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Publications year 2007

The publications of international journals referenced ISI

Baraloto C, Morneau F, Bonal D, Blanc L,Ferry B. 2007. Seasonal water stress tolerance and habitat associations within four neotropical tree genera. Ecology, 88: 478-489.

Christensen-Dalsgaard KK, Ennos AR, Fournier M. 2007. Changes in hydraulic conductivity, mechanical properties, and density reflecting the fall in strain along the lateral roots of two species of tropical trees. Journal of Experimental Botany, 58: 4095-4105.

Christensen-Dalsgaard KK, Fournier M, Ennos AR, Barfod AS. 2007. Changes in vessel anatomy in response to mechanical loading in six species of tropical trees. New Phytologist, 176: 610-622.

Collet C, Le Moguedec G. 2007. Individual seedling mortality as a function of size, growth and competition in naturally regenerated beech seedlings. Forestry, 80: 359-370.

Coudun C, Gegout JC. 2007. Quantitative prediction of the distribution and abundance of Vaccinium myrtillus with climatic and edaphic factors. Journal of Vegetation Science, 18: 517-524.

Coutand C, Fournier M, Moulia B. 2007. The gravitropic response of poplar trunks: key roles of prestressed wood regulation and the relative kinetics of cambial growth versus wood maturation. Plant Physiology, 144: 1166-1180.

Deveau A, Palin B, Delaruelle C, Peter M, Kohler A, Pierrat JC, Sarniguet A, Garbaye J, Martin F, Frey-Klett P. 2007. The mycorrhiza helper Pseudomonas fluorescens BBc6R8 has a specific priming effect on the growth, morphology and gene expression of the ectomycorrhizal fungus Laccaria bicolor S238N. New Phytologist, 175: 743-755.

Ganne-Chedeville C, Properzi M, Pizzi A, Leban JM, Pichelin F. 2007. Edge and face linear vibration welding of wood panels. Holz Als Roh-Und Werkstoff, 65: 83-85.

Hapca AI, Mothe F, Leban JM. 2007. A digital photographic method for 3D reconstruction of standing tree shape. Annals of Forest Science, 64: 631-637.

Jaouen G, Alméras T, Coutand C, Fournier M. 2007. How to determine sapling buckling risk with only a few measurements. American Journal of Botany, 94: 1583-1593.

Lebourgeois F. 2007. Climatic signal in annual growth variation of silver fir (Abies alba Mill.) and spruce (Picea abies Karst.) from the French Permanent Plot Network (RENECOFOR). Annals of Forest Science, 64: 333-343.

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Löf M, Karlsson M, Sonesson K, Welander NT, Collet C. 2007. Growth and mortality in underplanted tree seedlings in response to variations in canopy closure of Norway spruce stands. Forestry, 80: 371-383.

Longuetaud F, Mothe F, Leban JM. 2007. Automatic detection of the heartwood/sapwood boundary within Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) logs by means of CT images. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 58: 100-111.

Marage D, Brun JJ. 2007. Relationship between productivity and specific richness of land during ecological succession in the Southern French Alps. Acta Botanica Gallica, 154: 275-292.

Morin X, Ameglio T, Ahas R, Kurz-Besson C, Lanta V, Lebourgeois F, Miglietta F, Chuine I. 2007. Variation in cold hardiness and carbohydrate concentration from dormancy induction to bud burst among provenances of three European oak species. Tree Physiology, 27: 817-825.

Ningre F, Colin F. 2007. Frost damage on the terminal shoot as a risk factor of fork incidence on common beech (Fagus sylvatica L.). Annals of Forest Science, 64: 79-86.

Omrani P, Bocquet JF, Pizzi A, Leban JM, Mansouri H. 2007. Zig-zag rotational dowel welding for exterior wood joints. Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 21: 923-933.

Piedallu C, Gegout JC. 2007. Multiscale computation of solar radiation for predictive vegetation modelling. Annals of Forest Science, 64: 899-909.

Pinto PE, Gegout JC, Hervé JC, Dhote JF. 2007. Changes in environmental controls on the growth of Abies alba Mill. in the Vosges Mountains, north-eastern France, during the 20th century. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 16: 472-484.

Prida A, Ducousso A, Petit RJ, Nepveu G, Puech JL. 2007. Variation in wood volatile compounds in a mixed oak stand: strong species and spatial differentiation in whisky-lactone content. Annals of Forest Science, 64: 313-320.

Tondi G, Andrews S, Pizzi A, Leban JM. 2007. Comparative potential of alternative wood welding systems, ultrasonic and microfriction stir welding. Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 21: 1633-1643.

Uroz S, Calvaruso C, Turpaul MP, Pierrat JC, Mustin C, Frey-Klett P. 2007. Effect of the mycorrhizosphere.

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