Louis Santiago
Louis Santiago
Professor of Botany and Plant Sciences, University of California Riverside
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Plant species traits are the predominant control on litter decomposition rates within biomes worldwide
WK Cornwell, JHC Cornelissen, K Amatangelo, E Dorrepaal, VT Eviner, ...
Ecology letters 11 (10), 1065-1071, 2008
Leaf photosynthetic traits scale with hydraulic conductivity and wood density in Panamanian forest canopy trees
LS Santiago, G Goldstein, FC Meinzer, JB Fisher, K Machado, D Woodruff, ...
Oecologia 140, 543-550, 2004
Potassium, phosphorus, or nitrogen limit root allocation, tree growth, or litter production in a lowland tropical forest
SJ Wright, JB Yavitt, N Wurzburger, BL Turner, EVJ Tanner, EJ Sayer, ...
Ecology 92 (8), 1616-1625, 2011
Global patterns of leaf mechanical properties
Y Onoda, M Westoby, PB Adler, AMF Choong, FJ Clissold, ...
Ecology letters 14 (3), 301-312, 2011
Nighttime transpiration in woody plants from contrasting ecosystems
TE Dawson, SSO Burgess, KP Tu, RS Oliveira, LS Santiago, JB Fisher, ...
Tree Physiology 27 (4), 561-575, 2007
Why are non-photosynthetic tissues generally 13C enriched compared with leaves in C3 plants? Review and synthesis of current hypotheses
LA Cernusak, G Tcherkez, C Keitel, WK Cornwell, LS Santiago, A Knohl, ...
Functional Plant Biology 36 (3), 199-213, 2009
A review of volatile analytical methods for determining the botanical origin of honey
LF Cuevas-Glory, JA Pino, LS Santiago, E Sauri-Duch
Food Chemistry 103 (3), 1032-1043, 2007
Global effects of soil and climate on leaf photosynthetic traits and rates
V Maire, IJ Wright, IC Prentice, NH Batjes, R Bhaskar, PM van Bodegom, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 24 (6), 706-717, 2015
Leaf functional traits of tropical forest plants in telation to growth form
LS Santiago, SJ Wright
Functional Ecology, 19-27, 2007
Tropical tree seedling growth responses to nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium addition
LS Santiago, SJ Wright, KE Harms, JB Yavitt, C Korine, MN Garcia, ...
Journal of Ecology, 309-316, 2012
Fog interception by Sequoia sempervirens (D. Don) crowns decouples physiology from soil water deficit
KA Simonin, LS Santiago, TE Dawson
Plant, Cell & Environment 32 (7), 882-892, 2009
Crassulacean acid metabolism and epiphytism linked to adaptive radiations in the Orchidaceae
K Silvera, LS Santiago, JC Cushman, K Winter
Plant physiology 149 (4), 1838-1847, 2009
Coordinated changes in photosynthesis, water relations and leaf nutritional traits of canopy trees along a precipitation gradient in lowland tropical forest
LS Santiago, K Kitajima, SJ Wright, SS Mulkey
Oecologia 139, 495-502, 2004
Extending the leaf economics spectrum to decomposition: evidence from a tropical forest
LS Santiago
Ecology 88 (5), 1126-1131, 2007
Water relations of evergreen and drought-deciduous trees along a seasonally dry tropical forest chronosequence
NJ Hasselquist, MF Allen, LS Santiago
Oecologia 164, 881-890, 2010
Coordination of stem and leaf hydraulic conductance in southern C alifornia shrubs: a test of the hydraulic segmentation hypothesis
AL Pivovaroff, L Sack, LS Santiago
New Phytologist 203 (3), 842-850, 2014
Stem, root, and older leaf N: P ratios are more responsive indicators of soil nutrient availability than new foliage
LA Schreeg, LS Santiago, SJ Wright, BL Turner
Ecology 95 (8), 2062-2068, 2014
Can vessel dimension explain tolerance toward fungal vascular wilt diseases in woody plants? Lessons from Dutch elm disease and esca disease in grapevine
J Pouzoulet, AL Pivovaroff, LS Santiago, PE Rolshausen
Frontiers in plant science 5, 253, 2014
Multiple strategies for drought survival among woody plant species
AL Pivovaroff, SC Pasquini, ME De Guzman, KP Alstad, JS Stemke, ...
Functional Ecology 30 (4), 517-526, 2016
Distribution of crassulacean acid metabolism in orchids of Panama: evidence of selection for weak and strong modes
K Silvera, LS Santiago, K Winter
Functional Plant Biology 32 (5), 397-407, 2005
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