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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 100, Number 2, 1 March 2012

Phenotypic differentiation in a common garden reflects the phylogeography of a widespread Alpine plant
pp. 297-308(12)
Authors: Frei, Eva S.; Scheepens, J. F.; Armbruster, Georg F. J.; Stöcklin, Jürg

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Tropical tree seedling growth responses to nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium addition
pp. 309-316(8)
Authors: Santiago, Louis S.; Wright, S. Joseph; Harms, Kyle E.; Yavitt, Joseph B.; Korine, Carmi; Garcia, Milton N.; Turner, Benjamin L.

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Species richness effects on ecosystem multifunctionality depend on evenness, composition and spatial pattern
pp. 317-330(14)
Authors: Maestre, Fernando T.; Castillo‐Monroy, Andrea P.; Bowker, Matthew A.; Ochoa‐Hueso, Raúl

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Willows indirectly reduce arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal colonization in understorey communities
pp. 343-351(9)
Authors: Becklin, Katie M.; Pallo, Megan L.; Galen, Candace

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Driving factors behind the eutrophication signal in understorey plant communities of deciduous temperate forests
pp. 352-365(14)
Authors: Verheyen, Kris; Baeten, Lander; De Frenne, Pieter; Bernhardt‐Römermann, Markus; Brunet, Jörg; Cornelis, Johnny; Decocq, Guillaume; Dierschke, Hartmut; Eriksson, Ove; Hédl, Radim; Heinken, Thilo; Hermy, Martin; Hommel, Patrick; Kirby, Keith; Naaf, Tobias; Peterken, George; Petřík, Petr; Pfadenhauer, Jörg; Van Calster, Hans; Walther, Gian‐Reto; Wulf, Monika; Verstraeten, Gorik

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Succession‐induced trait shifts across a wide range of NW European ecosystems are driven by light and modulated by initial abiotic conditions
pp. 366-380(15)
Authors: Douma, Jacob C.; de Haan, Martin W. A.; Aerts, Rien; Witte, Jan‐Philip M.; van Bodegom, Peter M.

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The savanna‐grassland ‘treeline’: why don’t savanna trees occur in upland grasslands?
pp. 381-391(11)
Authors: Wakeling, Julia L.; Cramer, Michael D.; Bond, William J.

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Male fecundity and pollen dispersal in hill dipterocarps: significance of mass synchronized flowering and implications for conservation
pp. 405-415(11)
Authors: Tani, Naoki; Tsumura, Yoshihiko; Fukasawa, Keita; Kado, Tomoyuki; Taguchi, Yuriko; Lee, S. L.; Lee, C. T.; Muhammad, Norwati; Niiyama, Kaoru; Otani, Tatsuya; Yagihashi, Tsutomu; Ripin, Azizi; Kassim, Abdul Rahman

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Significance and extent of secondary seed dispersal by predatory birds on oceanic islands: the case of the Canary archipelago
pp. 416-427(12)
Authors: Padilla, David P.; González‐Castro, Aarón; Nogales, Manuel

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Age‐related decline of stand biomass accumulation is primarily due to mortality and not to reduction in NPP associated with individual tree physiology, tree growth or stand structure in a Quercus‐dominated forest
pp. 428-440(13)
Authors: Xu, Cheng‐Yuan; Turnbull, Matthew H.; Tissue, David T.; Lewis, James D.; Carson, Rob; Schuster, William S. F.; Whitehead, David; Walcroft, Adrian S.; Li, Jinbao; Griffin, Kevin L.

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Photosynthesis and productivity in heterogeneous arctic tundra: consequences for ecosystem function of mixing vegetation types at stand edges
pp. 441-451(11)
Authors: Fletcher, Benjamin J.; Gornall, Jemma L.; Poyatos, Rafael; Press, Malcolm C.; Stoy, Paul C.; Huntley, Brian; Baxter, Robert; Phoenix, Gareth K.

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Reproductive allometry in Pedicularis species changes with elevation
pp. 452-458(7)
Authors: Guo, Hui; Weiner, Jacob; Mazer, Susan J.; Zhao, Zhigang; Du, Guozhen; Li, Bo

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Positive effect of shade on plant growth: amelioration of stress or active regulation of growth rate?
pp. 459-466(8)
Authors: Semchenko, Marina; Lepik, Mari; Götzenberger, Lars; Zobel, Kristjan

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Ontogenetic conflicts and rank reversals in two Mediterranean oak species: implications for coexistence
pp. 467-477(11)
Authors: Pérez‐Ramos, Ignacio M.; Urbieta, Itziar R.; Zavala, Miguel A.; Marañón, Teodoro

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Forecasting plant community impacts of climate variability and change: when do competitive interactions matter?
pp. 478-487(10)
Authors: Adler, Peter B.; Dalgleish, Harmony J.; Ellner, Stephen P.

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Increased plant productivity in Alaskan tundra as a result of experimental warming of soil and permafrost
pp. 488-498(11)
Authors: Natali, Susan M.; Schuur, Edward A. G.; Rubin, Rachel L.

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Hierarchical Bayesian estimation of the population viability of an epixylic moss
pp. 499-507(9)
Authors: Ruete, Alejandro; Wiklund, Karin; Snäll, Tord

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Indirect facilitation promotes macrophyte survival and growth in freshwater ecosystems threatened by eutrophication
pp. 530-538(9)
Authors: Le Bagousse‐Pinguet, Yoann; Liancourt, Pierre; Gross, Nicolas; Straile, Dietmar

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Understorey diversity in southern boreal forests is regulated by productivity and its indirect impacts on resource availability and heterogeneity
pp. 539-545(7)
Authors: Reich, Peter B.; Frelich, Lee E.; Voldseth, Richard A.; Bakken, Peter; Adair, E. Carol

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Marine megaherbivore grazing may increase seagrass tolerance to high nutrient loads
pp. 546-560(15)
Authors: Christianen, Marjolijn J. A.; Govers, Laura L.; Bouma, Tjeerd J.; Kiswara, Wawan; Roelofs, Jan G.M.; Lamers, Leon P. M.; van Katwijk, Marieke M.

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Biological Flora of the British Isles: Rosa spinosissima L.
pp. 561-576(16)
Authors: Mayland‐Quellhorst, Eike; Föller, Jens; Wissemann, Volker

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