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Publications year 2009

The publications of international journals referenced ISI

Almeras T, Derycke M, Jaouen G, Beauchene J, Fournier M. 2009. Functional diversity in gravitropic reaction among tropical seedlings in relation to ecological and developmental traits. Journal of Experimental Botany, 60: 4397-4410.

Alméras T, Fournier M. 2009. Biomechanical design and long-term stability of trees: Morphological and wood traits involved in the balance between weight increase and the gravitropic reaction. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 256: 370-381.

Barbacci A, Constant T, Nepveu G. 2009. Theoretical and experimental study of a mechanical model describing the trunk behaviour of mature beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.) under the static loading of the crown. Trees-Structure and Function, 23: 1137-1147.

Bontemps JD, Hervé JC, Dhote JF. 2009. Long-Term Changes in Forest Productivity: A Consistent Assessment in Even-Aged Stands. Forest Science, 55: 549-564.

Caquet B, Barigah TS, Cochard H, Montpied P, Collet C, Dreyer E, Epron D. 2009. Hydraulic properties of naturally regenerated beech saplings respond to canopy opening. Tree Physiology, 29: 1395-1405.

Courty PE, Franc A, Pierrat JC, Garbaye J. 2008. Temporal changes in the ectomycorrhizal community in two soil horizons of a temperate oak forest. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 74: 5792-5801.

Freyburger C, Longuetaud F, Mothe F, Constant T, Leban JM. 2009. Measuring wood density by means of X-ray computer tomography. Annals of Forest Science, 66.

Hein S, Collet C, Ammer C, Le Goff N, Skovsgaard J-P, Savill P. 2009. A review of growth and stand dynamics of Acer pseudoplatanus L. in Europe: implications for silviculture. Forestry, 82: 361-385.

Leban JM, Peltola H, Leinonen S, Todoroki C, D'Amours S, Gardiner B, Goudie J, Lowell E, Seifert T, Verkasalo E, Wilhelmsson L, Nuutinen T, Sci W, Local Organizing Comm W. 2009. Forest Resources and Wood Quality: Modelling Approaches and Simulation Software Preface.Silva Fennica, 43: 327-328.

Lenoir J, Gegout JC, Pierrat JC, Bontemps JD, Dhote JF. 2009. Differences between tree species seedling and adult altitudinal distribution in mountain forests during the recent warm period (1986-2006). Ecography, 32: 765-777.

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Longuetaud F, Caraglio Y. 2009. Pith: a marker of primary growth in Picea abies (L.) Karst. Trees-Structure and Function, 23: 325-334.

Marage D, Gegout JC. 2009. Importance of soil nutrients in the distribution of forest communities on a large geographical scale. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 18: 88-97.

Marchal R, Mothe F, Denaud LE, Thibaut B, Bleron L. 2009. Cutting forces in wood machining - Basics and applications in industrial processes. A review COST Action E35 2004-2008: Wood machining - micromechanics and fracture. Holzforschung, 63: 157-167.

Moulia B, Fournier M. 2009. The power and control of gravitropic movements in plants: a biomechanical and systems biology view. Invited Darwin Review. Journal of Experimental Botany, 60: 461-486.

Omrani P, Pizzi A, Mansouri HR, Leban JM, Delmotte L. 2009. Physico-chemical Causes of the Extent of Water Resistance of Linearly Welded Wood Joints. Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 23: 827-837.

Poszwa A, Ferry B, Pollie B, Grimaldi C, Charles-Dominique P, Loubet M, Dambrine E. 2009. Variations of plant and Soil (87)Sr/(86)Sr along the slope of a tropical inselberg. Annals of Forest Science, 66.

Rossi S, Rathgeber CBK, Deslauriers A. 2009. Comparing needle and shoot phenology with xylem development on three conifer species in Italy. Annals of Forest Science, 66.

Rossi S, Simard S, Rathgeber CBK, Deslauriers A, De Zan C. 2009. Effects of a 20-day-long dry period on cambial and apical meristem growth in Abies balsamea seedlings. Trees-Structure and Function, 23: 85-93.

Tondi G, Blacher S, Leonard A, Pizzi A, Fierro V, Leban JM, Celzard A. 2009. X-Ray Microtomography Studies of Tannin-Derived Organic and Carbon Foams. Microscopy and Microanalysis, 15: 384-394.

Vallet P, Meredieu C, Seynave I, Belouard T, Dhote JF. 2009. Species substitution for carbon storage: Sessile oak versus Corsican pine in France as a case study. Forest Ecology and Management, 257: 1314-1323.

Vieilledent G, Courbaud B, Kunstler G, Dhote JF, Clark JS. 2009. Biases in the estimation of size-dependent mortality models: advantages of a semiparametric approach. Canadian Journal of Forest Research-Revue Canadienne De Recherche Forestiere, 39: 1430-1443.

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