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Journal Article
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Corrections for rooting volume and plant size reveal negative effects of neighbour presence on root allocation in peaplant
Functional ecology n/a, n/a - n/a (2015) [10.1111/1365-2435.12450]  GO

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The limits to leaf and root plasticity: what is so special about specific root length?
The new phytologist 206(4), 1188 - 1190 (2015) [10.1111/nph.13438]  GO

Talk (non-conference) (Other)

Lecture 1: The art of growing plants and building plant databases;Lecture 2: The minimal knowledge you need to understand growth analysis in high-throughput platforms
EPPN Spring School on Plant Phenotyping, 9-13th March 2015, Aberystwyth, UK, Aberystwyth, UK, 9 Mar 2015 - 13 Mar 20152015-03-092015-03-13 (2015)

Lecture (Outreach)
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Phenomics
Lecture at (Chania), (2014)

Journal Article
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Temperature drives global patterns in forest biomass distribution in leaves, stems, and roots
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 111(38), 13721 - 13726 (2014) [10.1073/pnas.1216053111]  GO

Poster (Other)
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The anatomical determinants of leaf mass per area (LMA) strong predictiveness of a novel, explicit mathematical model across diverse species
2014 ESA Annual Meeting, Sacramento, California, USA, 10 Aug 2014 - 14 Aug 20142014-08-102014-08-14 (2014)

Talk (non-conference) (Other)

General patterns in biomass allocation and allometry among higher plants
Seminar at BOKU, Universität für Bodenkultur, Vienna, Austria, (2014)

Talk (non-conference) (Invited)

Plant Meta-Phenomics and the supra-cellular side of Systems Biology
University Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland, 11 Jun 20142014-06-11 (2014)

Conference Presentation (Invited)

Plant Meta-Phenomics and the supra-cellular side of Systems Biology
Tagung der AUSTRIAN SOCIETY OF PLANT BIOLOGY (ATSPB) 2014, Lunz, Austria, 19 Jun 2014 - 21 Jun 20142014-06-192014-06-21 (2014)

Journal Article
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Leaf mass per area is independent of vein length per area: avoiding pitfalls when modelling phenotypic integration (reply to Blonder et al. 2014)
The journal of experimental botany 65(18), 5115-5123 (2014) [10.1093/jxb/eru305]  GO

Conference Presentation (Other)

What are leaves for in life? The area/mass debate part 2
Wageningen, Ecophysiology Working Group, Wageningen, Netherland, 13 Feb 2014 - 13 Feb 20142014-02-132014-02-13 (2014)

Poster (Other)

Biomass allocation differs among species
Dutch Ecology meeting, Lunteren, Netherland, 12 Feb 2014 - 12 Feb 20142014-02-122014-02-12 (2014)

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The effect of irradiance on the carbon balance and tissue characteristics of five herbaceous species differing in shade-tolerance
Frontiers in plant science 5(12), 1 - 14 (2014) [10.3389/fpls.2014.00012]  GO

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Trait correlation networks: a whole-plant perspective on the recently criticized leaf economic spectrum
The new phytologist 201(2), 378 - 382 (2014) [10.1111/nph.12547]  GO

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The effects of phenotypic plasticity and local adaptation on forecasts pf species range shifts under climate change
Ecology letters 17(11), 1351–1364 (2014) [10.1111/ele.12348]  GO

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New handbook for standardised measurement of plant functional traits worldwide
Australian journal of botany 61(3), 167 - 234 (2013) [10.1071/BT12225]  GO

Journal Article
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How do leaf veins influence the worldwide leaf economic spectrum? Review and synthesis
The journal of experimental botany 64(13), 4053 - 4080 (2013) [10.1093/jxb/ert316]  GO

Journal Article
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Exploring variation in leaf mass per area (LMA) from leaf to cell: an anatomical analysis of 26 woody species
American journal of botany 100(10), 1969 - 1980 (2013) [10.3732/ajb.1200562]  GO

Journal Article
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Physiological mechanisms inplant growth models: do we need a supra-cellular systems biology approach?
Plant, cell & environment 36(9), 1673–1690 (2013) [10.1111/pce.12123]  GO

Talk (non-conference) (Other)

Plant Meta-Phenomics and the supra-cellular side of systems biology
Institutsseminar, Universität Basel, Basel, Schweiz, 3 Oct 20132013-10-03 (2013)

Talk (non-conference) (Other)

Plant Meta-Phenomics and the supra-cellular side of systems biology
Institutsseminar, ETH Zürich, Zürich, Schweiz, 1 Oct 20132013-10-01 (2013)

Poster (Other)

Pot size matters
5th open workshop of the TRY initiative, Leipzig, Deutschland, 3 Sep 2013 - 5 Sep 20132013-09-032013-09-05 (2013)

Conference Presentation (Invited)

Phenomics and Meta-Phenomics at the Research Centre Jülich
5th open workshop of the TRY initiative, Leipzig, Deutschland, 3 Sep 2013 - 5 Sep 20132013-09-032013-09-05 (2013)

Journal Article
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Variation in biomass expansion factors for China’s forests in relation to forest type, climate, and stand development
Annals of forest science 70(6), 589-599 (2013) [10.1007/s13595-013-0296-6]  GO

Conference Presentation (Invited)

Mataphenomics: turning data into knowledge
Plant Environmental Physiology Special Interest Group of the British Ecological Society, Manchester, England, 9 Sep 2013 - 10 Sep 20132013-09-092013-09-10 (2013)

Talk (non-conference) (Invited)

Is it boring to be a tree?
Seminar: Institute of Dendrology, Kornik, Polen, 5 Jun 20132013-06-05 (2013)

Talk (non-conference) (Invited)

MetaPhenomics: turning biological data into knowledge
(2013)

Talk (non-conference) (Other)

Biomass allocation to leaves, stems and roots: How functional is the 'Functional equilibrium'?
Seminar: Forest Research Institute, Warschau, Polen, 4 Jun 2013 - 4 Jun 20132013-06-042013-06-04 (2013)

Journal Article
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Connecting the Green and Brown Worlds: Allometric and Stoichiometric Predictability of Above- and Below-Ground Networks
Advances in ecological research 49, 69 - 175 (2013) [10.1016/B978-0-12-420002-9.00002-0]  GO

Conference Presentation (Other)

In which cases and to what extent do measurements in plant growth chambers tell us something about the reality outside in the field?
GfÖ, Arbeitskreis Experimentelle Ökologie - Workshop “Moving from the lab to the field: Putting ecology and ecophysiology in a new framework”, Jülich, Germany, 18 Mar 2013 - 20 Mar 20132013-03-182013-03-20 (2013)

Journal Article

Meta-Phenomics, horticulture and the value of plant trait databases
Acta horticulturae 956, 317 - 325 (2012)  GO

Journal Article
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Pitfalls and possibilities in the analysis of biomass allocation patterns in plants
Frontiers in Functional Plant Ecology 3, 1-10 (2012) [10.3389/fpls.2012.00259]  GO

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Phenotyping Plants: genes, phenes and machines
Functional plant biology 39(10&11), 813 - 820 (2012) [10.1071/FPv39n11_IN]  GO

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Resource limitation, tolerance,and the future of ecological plant classification
Frontiers in Functional Plant Ecology 3, 1-10 (2012) [10.3389/fpls.2012.00246]  GO

Journal Article
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Pot size matters: a meta-analysis of the effects of rooting volume on plant growth
Functional plant biology 39, 839 - 850 (2012) [10.1071/FP12049]  GO

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The art of growing plants for experimental purposes: a practical guide for the plant biologist
Functional plant biology 39, 821 - 838 (2012) [10.1071/FP12028]  GO

Journal Article
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Biomass allocation to leaves, stems and roots: meta-analyses of interspecific variation and environmental control
The new phytologist 193, 30 - 50 (2012) [10.1111/j.1469-8137.2011.03952.x]  GO

Journal Article
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Plasticity as a plastic response: how submergence-induced leaf elongation in Rumex palustris depends on light and nutrient availability in its early life stage
The new phytologist 194, 572 - 582 (2012) [10.1111/j.1469-8137.2012.04075.x]  GO

Talk (non conference) (Invited)

Meta-Phenomics: Turning data into knowledge
(2012)

Poster

Pot size matters!
(2012)

Talk (non conference) (Invited)

MetaPhenomics: turning data into knowledge
(2012)

Talk (non conference) (Invited)

MetaPhenomics: turning data into knowledge
(2012)

Conference Presentation (Invited)

Meta-Phenomics as a tool for breeders
(2012)

Talk (non conference)

Specific Leaf Area, causes and consequences
(2012)

Talk (non conference)

Think different; the history of trait ecology
(2012)

Conference Presentation (Invited)

Meta-Phenomics, horticulture and the value of plant trait databases
(2012)

Contribution to a conference proceedings/Contribution to a book

Meta-Phenomics, Horticulture and the Value of Plant Trait Databases
Proceedings of the 7th IS on Light in Horticultural Systems, Acta Horticulturae, / ed.: S. Hemming, E. Heuvelink, 2012. - 956, ISHS. - S. 317 - 325 (2012)

Talk (non conference)

Do we overestimate the adaptive value of biomass allocation and unterestimate the importance of pot size?
(2012)

Talk (non conference)

Environmental gradients and plant trait responses
(2012)

Talk (non conference)

Do we overestimate the adaptive value of biomass allocation and underestimate the importance of pot size?
(2012)

Journal Article
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Fame, glory and neglect in meta-analyses
Trends in ecology and evolution 26, 493 - 494 (2011) [10.1016/j.tree.2011.07.007]  GO

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TRY - a global database of plant traits
Global change biology 17, 2905 - 2935 (2011) [10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02451.x]  GO

Journal Article
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Leaf nitrogen productivity is the major factor behind the growth reduction by long term salt stress
Tree physiology 31, 92 - 101 (2011) [10.1093/treephys/tpq106]  GO

Journal Article
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Using log-log scaling slope analysis for determining the contributions to variability in biological variables such as leaf mass per area: why it works, when it works and how it can be extended
The new phytologist 190, 5 - 8 (2011) [10.1111/j.1469-8137.2010.03629.x]  GO

Conference Presentation (Invited)

Meta-Phenomics: analysing plasticity of plants by dose-response curves
(2011)

Poster

Meta-phenomics: capturing the plant phenome in 500 dose-response curves
(2011)

Talk (non conference) (Invited)

Metaphenomics: Capturing the phenome of the plant in 5000 dose-response curves
(2011)

Poster

Meta-phenomics: Capturing the plant phenome in 500 dose-response curves
(2011)

Conference Presentation (Invited)

Does photosynthesis drive growth?
(2011)

Conference Presentation (Invited)

Meta-Phenomics: capturing the plant phenome in 5000 dose-response curves
(2011)

Poster

Meta-phenomics: capturing the plant phenome in 500 dose-response curves
(2011)

Conference Presentation (Invited)

Is plant growth driven by photosynthesis?
(2011)

Talk (non conference)

Meta-phenomics: capturing the plant phenome in 5000 dose-response curves
(2011)

Talk (non conference) (Invited)

Der Einfluss von Lichtquantität und Lichtqualität auf das Pflanzenwachstum
(2011)

Talk (non conference)

How functional is the functional equilibrium? An exercise in MetaPhenomics
(2011)

Talk (non conference)

Meta-phenomics: the phenome of plants without a phenotype
(2011)

Journal Article
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Endogenous Abscisic Acid as a Key Switch for Natural Variation in Flooding-Induced Shoot Elongation
Plant physiology 154, 969 - 977 (2010) [10.1104/pp.110.162792]  GO

Journal Article
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Blue light dose-responses of leaf photosynthesis, morphology, and chemical composition of Cucumis sativus grown under different combinations of red and blue light
Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol. 61, No. 11, pp. 3107–3117, 2010 The journal of experimental botany 61, 3107 - 3117 (2010) [10.1093/jxb/erq132]  GO

Journal Article
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A method to construct dose - response curves for a wide range of environmental factors and plant traits by means of a meta-analysis of phenotypic data
Journal of Experimental Botany (2010) 61 (8): 2043-2055 The journal of experimental botany 61, 2043 - 2055 (2010) [10.1093/jxb/erp358]  GO

Talk (non conference) (Invited)

Metaphenomics: about the flowers and the bouquet
(2010)

Talk (non conference)

The yin and yang of meta-phenomics
(2010)

Conference Presentation (Invited)

The yin and yang of meta-phenomics
(2010)

Talk (non conference)

Metaphenomics: about the flowers and the bouquet
(2010)

Conference Presentation (Invited)

Metaphenomics: about the flowers and the bouquet
(2010)

Talk (non conference) (Invited)

Metaphenomics: about the flowers and the bouquet
(2010)

Conference Presentation (Invited)

The response curves of 'plant' traits
(2009)

Talk (non conference) (Invited)

Meta-phenomics: a reference framework for interpreting plant growth responses to a wide range of environmental factors
(2009)

Conference Presentation

Meta-phenomics: building a unified framework for interpreting plant growth responses to diverse environmental variables
(2009)

Conference Presentation (Invited)
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Meta-phenomics: a reference framework for interpreting plant growth responses to a wide range of environmental factors
(2009)

earlier publications

1. De Visser R & Poorter H (1984). Growth and root nodule nitrogenase activity of Pisum sativum as influenced by transpiration. Physiol. Plant. 61: 637-642.

2. Poorter H & Lambers H (1986). Growth and competitive ability of a highly plastic and a marginally plastic genotype of Plantago major in a fluctuating environment. Physiol. Plant. 67: 217-222.

3. Poorter H & Lewis C (1986). Testing differences in relative growth rate: A method avoiding curve fitting and pairing. Physiol. Plant. 67: 223-226.

4. Thalen DCP, Poorter H & Lotz, LAP (1987). Modelling the structural changes in vegetation under different grazing regimes. In: Disturbance in Grasslands. Van Andel J et al., (eds.). Dr. W. Junk. Publishers, Dordrecht, pp. 167-183.

5. Poorter H, Pot CS & Lambers H (1988). The effect of an elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration on growth, photosynthesis and respiration of Plantago major. Physiol. Plant. 73: 553-559.

6. Lambers H, Freijsen N, Poorter H, Hirose T & Van der Werf A (1989). Analyses of growth based on net assimilation rate and nitrogen productivity. Their physiological background. In: H Lambers H, Cambridge ML, Konings H, Pons TL (eds). Causes and Consequences of Variation in Growth and Productivity in Higher Plants. SPB Academic Publishing, Dordrecht. Pp. 1-17.

7. Poorter H (1989). Towards a synthesis of the functional and the classical approach in plant growth analysis. Physiol. Plant. 75: 235-243.

8. Poorter H (1989). Interspecific variation in relative growth rate: On ecological causes and physiological consequences. In: Lambers H, Cambridge ML, Konings H, Pons TL (eds). Causes and Consequences of Variation in Growth and Productivity in Higher Plants. SPB Academic Publishing, Dordrecht, pp. 45-68.

9. Poorter H & Remkes C (1990). Leaf area ratio and net assimilation rate of 24 wild species differing in relative growth rate. Oecologia 83: 553-559.

10. Poorter H, Remkes C & Lambers H (1990). Carbon and nitrogen economy of 24 wild species differing in relative growth rate. Plant Physiol. 94: 621-627.

11. Poorter H (1991). Interspecific Variation in the Relative Growth Rate of Plants: The Underlying Mechanisms. PhD Thesis, University of Utrecht.

12. Poorter H. & Lambers H (1991). Is interspecific variation in relative growth rate positively correlated with biomass allocation to the leaves? Am. Nat. 138: 1264-1268.

13. Poorter H, Van der Werf A, Atkin OK & Lambers H (1991). Respiratory energy requirements of roots depend on the potential growth rate of a plant species. Physiol. Plant. 83: 469-475.

14. Lambers H & Poorter H (1992). Inherent variation in growth rate between higher plants: A search for physiological causes and ecological consequences. Adv. Ecol. Res. 23: 187-261.

15. Niemann GJ, Pureveen JBM, Eijkel GB, Poorter H & Boon JJ (1992). Differences in relative growth rate in 11 grasses correlate with differences in chemical composition as determined by pyrolysis mass spectrometry. Oecologia 89: 567-573.

16. Poorter H & Bergkotte M (1992). Chemical composition of 24 wild species differing in relative growth rate. Plant Cell Environ. 15: 221-229.

17. Poorter H, Gifford RM, Kriedemann PE & Wong SC (1992). A quantitative analysis of dark respiration and carbon content as factors in the growth response of plants to elevated CO2. Aust. J. Bot. 40: 501-513.

18. Poorter H & Pothmann P (1992). Growth and carbon economy of a fast-growing and a slow-growing species as dependent on ontogeny. New Phytol. 120: 159-166.

19. Poorter H (1993). Interspecific variation in the response of plants to an elevated ambient CO2 concentration. Vegetatio 104/105: 77-97.

20. Poorter H & Welschen, RAM (1993). Analyzing variation in RGR in terms of the underlying carbon economy. In: Hendry GAF & Grime JP (eds). Methods in Comparative Plant Ecology - a laboratory manual. Chapman & Hall, London. pp. 107-110.

21. Van de Vijver CADM, Boot RGA, Poorter H & Lambers H (1993). Phenotypic plasticity in response to nitrate supply of a fast-growing species from a nutrient rich habitat and a slow-growing species from a nutrient poor habitat. Oecologia 96: 548-554.

22. Poorter H (1994). Construction costs and payback time of biomass: A whole plant perspective. In: Roy J & Garnier E (eds). A Whole Plant Perspective of Carbon-Nitrogen Interactions. SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague, pp. 111-127.

23. Poorter H & Farquhar GD (1994). Transpiration, intercellular CO2 concentration and carbon isotope discrimination of 24 wild species differing in relative growth rate. Aust. J. Plant Physiol. 21: 507-516.

24. Van Arendonk JJCM. & Poorter H (1994). The chemical composition and anatomical structure of leaves of grass species differing in relative growth rate. Plant Cell Environ. 17: 963-970.

25. Van der Werf A, Poorter H & Lambers H (1994). Respiration as dependent on a species' inherent growth rate and the nitrogen supply to the plant. In: Roy J & Garnier E (eds). A Whole Plant Perspective of Carbon-Nitrogen Interactions. SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague, pp. 91-110.

26. Garnier E, Gobin O & Poorter H (1995). Interspecific variation in nitrogen productivity depends on photosynthetic nitrogen use efficiency and nitrogen allocation within the plant. Ann. Bot. 76: 667-672.

27. Niemann GJ, Pureveen JBM, Eijkel GB, Poorter H & Boon JJ (1995). Differential chemical allocation in plant adaptation: a PY-MS study of 24 species differing in relative growth rate. Plant Soil 175: 275-289.

28. Poorter H, Van de Vijver CADM, Boot RGA & Lambers H (1995). Growth and carbon economy of a fast-growing and a slow-growing grass species as dependent on nitrate supply. Plant Soil 171: 217-227.

29. Poorter H & Garnier E (1996). Plant growth analysis: evaluation of experimental design and computational methods. J. Exp. Bot. 47: 1343-1351.

30. Poorter H, Roumet C & Campbell BD (1996). Interspecific variation in the growth response of plants to elevated CO2: a search for functional types. In: Körner C & Bazzaz FA (eds). Carbon Dioxide, Populations, Communities. Physiological Ecology Series, Academic Press, San Diego. Pp. 375-412.

31. Poorter H & Villar R (1997). Chemical composition of plants: causes and consequences of variation in allocation of C to different plant constituents. In: Plant Resource Allocation. Bazzaz F & Grace J (eds). Academic Press, New York, pp. 39-72.

32. Voogt P & Poorter H (1996). The effects of nutrient fertilization on growth, biomass allocation and anatomy of maize. J. Biol. Educ. 30: 67-72.

33. Poorter H, Van Berkel Y, Baxter B, Bel M, Den Hertog J, Dijkstra P, Gifford RM, Griffin KL, Roumet C & Wong SC (1997). The effect of elevated CO2 on chemical composition and construction costs of leaves of 27 C3 species. Plant Cell Environ. 10: 472-482.

34. Den Hertog J, Stulen I, Posthumus F & Poorter H (1998). Interactive effects of growth-limiting N supply and elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration on growth and carbon balance of Plantago major. Physiol. Plant. 103: 451-460.

35. Poorter H (1998). Do slow-growing species and nutrient-stressed plants respond relatively strongly to elevated CO2 ? Glob. Change Biol. 4: 693-697.

36. Poorter H & Evans JR (1998). Photosynthetic nitrogen-use efficiency of species that differ inherently in specific leaf area. Oecologia 116: 26-37.

37. Poorter H & Van der Werf A (1998). Is inherent variation in RGR determined by LAR at low irradiance and by NAR at high irradiance? A review of herbaceous species. In: Inherent Variation in Plant Growth. Physiological Mechanisms and Ecological Consequences. Lambers H, Poorter H & Van Vuuren MMI (eds). Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands, pp. 309-336.

38. Poorter H & De Jong R (1999). Specific leaf area, chemical composition and leaf construction costs of plant species from productive and unproductive habitats. New Phytol. 143: 163-176.

39. Poorter H & Garnier E (1999). The ecological significance of variation in relative growth rate and its components. In: Pugnaire FI & Valladares F (eds). Handbook of Plant Functional Ecology. Marcel Dekker, New York, pp. 81-120.

40. Schieving F & Poorter H (1999). Carbon gain in a multispecies canopy: the role of Specific Leaf Area and Photosynthetic Nitrogen-Use Efficiency in the tragedy of the commons. New Phytol. 143: 201-211.

41. Poorter H & Nagel OW (2000). The role of biomass allocation in the growth response of plants to different levels of light, CO2, nutrients and water: a quantitative review. Aust. J. Plant Physiol. 27, 595-607

42. Van Rijn CPE, Heersche I, Van Berkel YAM, Nevo E, Lambers H & Poorter H (2000). Growth characteristics in Hordeum spontaneum populations from different habitats. New Phytol. 146: 471-481.

43. Evans JR & Poorter H (2001) Photosynthetic acclimation of plants to growth irradiance: The relative importance of SLA and nitrogen partitioning in maximising carbon gain. Plant Cell Environ. 24: 755-768

44. Poorter H & Pérez-Soba M (2001). The growth response of plants to elevated CO2 under non-optimal environmental conditions. Oecologia 129: 1-20.

45. Hoffmann WA & Poorter H (2002). Avoiding bias in calculations of relative growth rate Ann. Bot. 90: 37-42.

46. Poorter H. (2002) Plant Growth and Carbon Economy. In Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, http://www.els.net, London: Nature Publishing Group

47. Poorter H & Pérez-Soba M (2002). Plant Growth at Elevated CO2. In: Mooney HA & Canadell JG (eds). Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change. Wiley & Sons, Chicester. Vol. 2, pp. 489-496.

48. Cornelissen JHC, Lavorel S, Garnier E, Díaz S, Buchmann N, Gurvich DE, Reich PB, ter Steege H, Morgan HD, van der Heijden MGA, Pausas JG, Poorter H. (2003). Handbook of protocols for standardised and easy measurement of plant functional traits worldwide. Aust. J. Bot. 51: 335-380.

49. Poorter H & Navas ML (2003) Plant growth and competition at elevated CO2: on winners, losers and functional groups. Tansley review. New Phytologist 157:175-198.

50. Tholen D, Voesenek LACJ & Poorter H (2004) Ethylene insensitivity does not increase leaf area or Relative Growth Rate in Arabidopsis, Nicotiana tabacum, and Petunia x hybrida. Plant Physiol. 134: 1803-1812.

51. Vanhala T, Van Rijn CPE, Buntjer J, Stam P, Nevo E, Poorter H, Van Eeuwijk F (2004) Environmental, phenotypic and genetic variation of wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum) from Israel. Euphytica 137: 297-309.

52. Villar R, Ruíz-Robleto J, Luis Quero JL, Poorter H, Valladares F, Marañón T (2004) Tasas de crecimiento en especies leñosas: aspectos funcionales e implicaciones ecológicas. In: Valladares F (ed). Ecología del Bosque Mediterráneo en un Mundo Cambiante. EGRAF, Madrid. Pp. 191-227.

53. Wright IJ, Reich PB, Westoby M, Ackerly DD, Baruch Z, Bongers F, Cavender-Bares J, Chapin FS, Cornelissen JHC, Diemer M, Flexas J, Garnier E, Groom PK, Gulias J, Hikosaka K, Lamont BB, Lee T, Lee W, Lusk C, Midgley JJ, Navas M-L, Niinemets Ü, Oleksyn J, Osada N, Poorter H, Poot P, Prior L, Pyankov VI, Roumet C, Thomas SC, Tjoelker MG, Veneklaas E, Villar R. (2004) The leaf economics spectrum worldwide. Nature 428: 821-827.

54. Poorter H, van Rijn CPE, Vanhala TK, Verhoeven KJF, de Jong YEM, Stam P, Lambers H. (2005) A genetic analysis of Relative Growth Rate and underlying components in Hordeum spontaneum. Oecologia 142: 360-377.

55. Shipley B, Vile D, Garnier E, Wright IJ, Poorter H (2005) Functional linkages between leaf traits and net photosynthetic rate: reconciling empirical and mechanistic models. Funct. Ecol. 19: 602-615.

56. Vile D, Garnier E, Shipley B, Laurent G, Navas ML, Roumet C, Lavorel S, Díaz S, Hodgson JG, Lloret F, Midgley GF, Poorter H, Rutherford MC, Wilson PJ, Wright IJ (2005) Specific leaf area and dry matter content estimate thickness in laminar leaves. Ann. Bot. 96: 1129-1136.

57. Wright IJ, Reich PB, Cornelissen JHC, Falster DS, Garnier E, Hikosaka K, Lamont BB, Lee W, Oleksyn J, Osada N, Poorter H, Villar R, Warton DI, Westoby M (2005). Assessing the generality of global leaf trait relationships. New Phytol. 166: 485-496.

58. Wright IJ, Reich PB, Cornelissen JHC, Falster DS, Groom PK, Hikosaka K, Lee W, Lusk CH, Niinemets Ü, Oleksyn J, Osada N, Poorter H, Warton DI, Westoby M (2005) Modulation of leaf economic traits and trait relationships by climate. Glob. Ecol. Biogeogr. 14: 411-421.

59. Pierik R, Tholen D, Poorter H, Visser EJW, Voesenek LACJ (2006). The Janus face of ethylene: growth stimulation and inhibition. Tr. Plant Sci. 11: 176-183.

C11. Randerson JT, Masiello CA, Still CJ, Rahn T, Poorter H, Field CB (2006) Is the global terrestrial biosphere becoming more oxidized? Implications for trends in atmospheric O2. Global Change Biology 12: 260-271.

60. Poorter H, Pepin S, Rijkers T, De Jong Y, Evans JR & Körner C (2006) Construction costs, chemical composition and payback time of high- and low-irradiance leaves. J. Exp. Bot. 57: 355-371.

61. Villar R, Ruíz Robleto J, De Jong Y, Poorter H (2006) Differences in construction costs and chemical composition between deciduous and evergreen woody species are small as compared to differences among families. Plant Cell Environm. 29: 1629-1643.

62. Dueck TA, de Visser R, Poorter H, Persijn S, Gorissen A, de Visser W, Schapendonk A, Verhagen J, Snel J, Harren FJM, Ngai AKY, Verstappen F, Bouwmeester H, Voesenek LACJ, van der Werf A (2007) No evidence for substantial aerobic methane emission by terrestrial plants: a 13C-labelling approach. New Phytol. 175: 29-35.

63. Poorter H & Garnier E (2007). The ecological significance of variation in relative growth rate and its components. In: Pugnaire FI & Valladares F (eds). Functional Plant Ecology, 2nd edition. CRC press, Boca Raton, pp. 67-100.

64. Tholen D, Pons TL, Voesenek LACJ, Poorter H (2007) Ethylene insensitivity in tobacco unmasks a glucose-mediated down-regulation of photosynthetic capacity. Plant Physiol. 144: 1305-1315.

65. Usadel B, Gibon Y, Bläsing OE, Poree F, Höhne M, Günter M, Trethewey R, Kamlage B, Poorter H, Stitt M (2008) Multilevel genomics analysis of the response of transcripts, enzyme activities and metabolites in Arabidopsis rosettes to a progressive decrease of the temperature in the non-freezing range. Plant Cell Environm. 31: 518-547.

66. Verhoeven K, Poorter H, Nevo E, Biere A (2008) Habitat-specific natural selection at a flowering time locus is a main driver of local adaptation of two wild barley populations. Mol. Ecol. 17: 3416–3424

67. Anten NPR, Poorter H (2009) Carbon balance of the oldest and most-shaded leaves in a vegetation: a litmus test for canopy models. New Phytol. 183: 1-3.

68. Chen X, Huber H, de Kroon H, Peeters AJM, Poorter H, Voesenek LACJ, Visser EJW (2009). Intraspecific variation in the magnitude and pattern of flooding-induced shoot elongation in Rumex palustris. Ann. Bot. 104: 1057-1062.

69. Hannemann J, Poorter H, Usadel B, Bläsing OE, Finck A, Tardieu F, Atkin O, Pons T, Stitt M & Gibon Y (2009) Xeml Lab: a software suite for a standardized description of the growth environment of plants. Plant Cell Env., 32: 1185-2000.

70. Poorter H, Niinemets Ü, Poorter L, Wright IJ, Villar R (2009). Causes and consequences of variation in leaf mass per area (LMA): a meta-analysis. New Phytol. 182: 565-588.

71. Robroek BJM, Schouten MGC, Limpens J, Berendse F, Poorter H (2009) Interactive effects of water table and precipitation on net CO2 assimilation of three co-occurring Sphagnum mosses differing in distribution above the water table. Glob. Change Biol. 15: 680-691.

72. Verhoeven K, Poorter H, Nevo E, Biere A (2009) Habitat-specific natural selection at a flowering time locus is a main driver of local adaptation of two wild barley populations. Mol. Ecol. 17: 3416–3424.

73. Hogewoning SW, Trouwborst G, Maljaars H, Poorter H, Van Ieperen W, Harbinson J. (2010) Blue light dose–responses of leaf photosynthesis, morphology, and chemical composition of Cucumis sativus grown under different combinations of red and blue light. J. Exp. Bot. early access.


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