Items where Subject is "Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > AGRICULTURAL AND VETERINARY SCIENCES (070000) > FORESTRY SCIENCES (070500) > Tree Nutrition and Physiology (070508)"
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Prasolova, Nina, Beadle, C. L., Hunt, M. A., & Xu, Zhihong (2004) Hoop pine (araucaria cunninghamii) nitrogen and water-use efficiency : an examination with stable isotopes and gas exchange. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, 26(3), pp. 80-81.
Prasolova, Nina & Xu, Zhihong (2003) Branchlet nutrient concentration in hoop pine (araucaria cunninghamii) relative to family, stable carbon and oxygen isotope ratios and growth rate in contrasting environments. Tree Physiology, 23(10), 675 -684.
Prasolova, Nina, Xu, Zhihong, Farquhar, Graham D., Saffigna, Paul G., & Dieters, Mark J. (2001) Canopy carbon and oxygen isotope composition of 9-year-old hoop pine families in relation to seedling carbon isotope composition, growth, field growth performance, and canopy nitrogen concentration. Canadian Journal of Forest Research-Revue Canadienne De Recherche Forestiere, 31(4), 673 -681.
Prasolova, Nina, Xu, Zhihong, Farquhar, Graham D., Saffigna, Paul G., & Dieters, Mark J. (2000) Variation in branchlet delta C-13 in relation to branchlet nitrogen concentration and growth in 8-year-old hoop pine families (araucaria cunninghamii) in subtropical Australia. Tree Physiology, 20(15), 1049 -1055.
Prasolova, Nina, Xu, Zhihong, Lundkvist, Kenneth, Farquhar, Graham D., Dieters, Mark J., Walker, S., et al. (2003) Genetic variation in foliar carbon isotope composition in relation to tree growth and foliar nitrogen concentration in clones of the F-1 hybrid between slash pine and Caribbean pine. Forest Ecology and Management, 172(2-3), 145 -160.
Xu, Zhihong, Prasolova, Nina, Lundkvist, Kenneth, Beadle, Chris L., & Leaman, Trevor (2003) Genetic variation in branchlet carbon and nitrogen isotope composition and nutrient concentration of 11-year-old hoop pine families in relation to tree growth in subtropical Australia. Forest Ecology and Management, 186(1-3), 359 -371.