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Mark G Tjoelker
Mark G Tjoelker
Professor, Western Sydney University, Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment
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The worldwide leaf economics spectrum
IJ Wright, PB Reich, M Westoby, DD Ackerly, Z Baruch, F Bongers, ...
nature 428 (6985), 821-827, 2004
91322004
Thermal acclimation and the dynamic response of plant respiration to temperature
OK Atkin, MG Tjoelker
Trends in plant science 8 (7), 343-351, 2003
14472003
TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global change biology 26 (1), 119-188, 2020
13402020
Linking litter calcium, earthworms and soil properties: a common garden test with 14 tree species
PB Reich, J Oleksyn, J Modrzynski, P Mrozinski, SE Hobbie, ...
Ecology letters 8 (8), 811-818, 2005
8282005
Plant diversity enhances ecosystem responses to elevated CO2 and nitrogen deposition
PB Reich, J Knops, D Tilman, J Craine, D Ellsworth, M Tjoelker, T Lee, ...
Nature 410 (6830), 809-810, 2001
7142001
Universal scaling of respiratory metabolism, size and nitrogen in plants
PB Reich, MG Tjoelker, JL Machado, J Oleksyn
Nature 439 (7075), 457-461, 2006
6292006
Modelling respiration of vegetation: evidence for a general temperature‐dependent Q10
MG Tjoelker, J Oleksyn, PB Reich
Global change biology 7 (2), 223-230, 2001
6272001
Close association of RGR, leaf and root morphology, seed mass and shade tolerance in seedlings of nine boreal tree species grown in high and low light
PB Reich, MG Tjoelker, MB Walters, DW Vanderklein, C Buschena
Functional ecology 12 (3), 327-338, 1998
5901998
Photosynthesis and respiration rates depend on leaf and root morphology and nitrogen concentration in nine boreal tree species differing in relative growth rate
PB Reich, MB Walters, MG Tjoelker, D Vanderklein, C Buschena
Functional Ecology 12 (3), 395-405, 1998
5821998
Linking leaf and root trait syndromes among 39 grassland and savannah species
MG Tjoelker, JM Craine, D Wedin, PB Reich, D Tilman
New Phytologist 167 (2), 493-508, 2005
5812005
Evans Review No. 2: The hot and the cold: unravelling the variable response of plant respiration to temperature
OK Atkin, D Bruhn, VM Hurry, MG Tjoelker
Functional Plant Biology 32 (2), 87-105, 2005
5502005
Scaling of respiration to nitrogen in leaves, stems and roots of higher land plants
PB Reich, MG Tjoelker, KS Pregitzer, IJ Wright, J Oleksyn, JL Machado
Ecology letters 11 (8), 793-801, 2008
4662008
Growth and physiology of Picea abies populations from elevational transects: common garden evidence for altitudinal ecotypes and cold adaptation
J Oleksyn, J Modrzýnski, MG Tjoelker, R Z· ytkowiak, PB Reich, ...
Functional Ecology 12 (4), 573-590, 1998
4301998
Functional traits, productivity and effects on nitrogen cycling of 33 grassland species
JM Craine, D Tilman, D Wedin, P Reich, M Tjoelker, J Knops
Functional Ecology 16 (5), 563-574, 2002
4132002
Global variability in leaf respiration in relation to climate, plant functional types and leaf traits
OK Atkin, KJ Bloomfield, PB Reich, MG Tjoelker, GP Asner, D Bonal, ...
New Phytologist 206 (2), 614-636, 2015
4012015
Survival, growth, and photosynthesis of tree seedlings competing with herbaceous vegetation along a water-light-nitrogen gradient
MA Davis, KJ Wrage, PB Reich, MG Tjoelker, T Schaeffer, C Muermann
Plant Ecology 145, 341-350, 1999
3461999
Do species and functional groups differ in acquisition and use of C, N and water under varying atmospheric CO2 and N availability regimes? A field test with 16 …
PB Reich, D Tilman, J Craine, D Ellsworth, MG Tjoelker, J Knops, ...
New Phytologist 150 (2), 435-448, 2001
3262001
Climate, soil and plant functional types as drivers of global fine‐root trait variation
GT Freschet, OJ Valverde‐Barrantes, CM Tucker, JM Craine, ...
Journal of Ecology 105 (5), 1182-1196, 2017
3142017
The fate of carbon in a mature forest under carbon dioxide enrichment
M Jiang, BE Medlyn, JE Drake, RA Duursma, IC Anderson, CVM Barton, ...
Nature 580 (7802), 227-231, 2020
3072020
Trees tolerate an extreme heatwave via sustained transpirational cooling and increased leaf thermal tolerance
JE Drake, MG Tjoelker, A Vårhammar, BE Medlyn, PB Reich, A Leigh, ...
Global change biology 24 (6), 2390-2402, 2018
2962018
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