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Leaf features of silver birch (Betula pendula roth). Variability within and between two populations (uncontaminated vs Pb-contaminated and Zn-contaminated site)FRANIEL, Izabella; WIESKI, Kazimierz.Trees (Berlin. Print). 2005, Vol 19, Num 1, pp 81-88, issn 0931-1890, 8 p.Article

Prevention of flower development in birch and other plants using a BpFULL1:: BARNASE constructLÄNNENPÄÄ, M; HASSINEN, M; RANKI, A et al.Plant cell reports (Print). 2005, Vol 24, Num 2, pp 69-78, issn 0721-7714, 10 p.Article

Transcriptional responses of Paxillus involutus and Betula pendula during formation of ectomycorrhizal root tissueJOHANSSON, Tomas; LE QUERE, Antoine; AHREN, Dag et al.Molecular plant-microbe interactions. 2004, Vol 17, Num 2, pp 202-215, issn 0894-0282, 14 p.Article

BpMADS4 has a central role in inflorescence initiation in silver birch (Betula pendula)ELO, Annakaisa; LEMMETYINEN, Juha; NOVAK, Anu et al.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 2007, Vol 131, Num 1, pp 149-158, issn 0031-9317, 10 p.Article

Soil fauna increase Betula pendula growth: laboratory experiments with coniferous forest floorSETÄLÄ, H; HUHTA, V.Ecology (Durham). 1991, Vol 72, Num 2, pp 665-671, issn 0012-9658Article

A low molecular weight allergen of white birch (Betula verrucosa) is highly homologous to human profilinVALENTA, R; DUCHENE, M; BREITENBACH, M et al.International archives of allergy and applied immunology. 1991, Vol 94, Num 1-4, pp 368-370, issn 0020-5915Conference Paper

Genetic variation in the date of budburst in Scottish birch populations : implications for climate chargeBILLINGTON, H. L; PELHAM, J.Functional ecology (Print). 1991, Vol 5, Num 3, pp 403-409, issn 0269-8463Article

The effect of land use type on net nitrogen mineralization on abandoned agricultural land : Silver birch stand versus grasslandURI, Veiko; LOHMUS, Krista; KUND, Merit et al.Forest ecology and management. 2008, Vol 255, Num 1, pp 226-233, issn 0378-1127, 8 p.Article

Does the commonly used estimator of nutrient resorption in tree foliage actually measure what it claims to?LUYSSAERT, Sebastiaan; STAELENS, Jeroen; DE SCHRIJVER, An et al.Oecologia. 2005, Vol 144, Num 2, pp 177-186, issn 0029-8549, 10 p.Article

Changes in the chemical content of birch (Betula pendula roth) leaves in the air polluted Krusne hory mountainsHRDLICKA, Petr; KULA, Emanuel.Trees (Berlin. Print). 2004, Vol 18, Num 2, pp 237-244, issn 0931-1890, 8 p.Article

Regeneration of bark and formation of abnormal birch woodNOVITSKAYA, L. L.Trees (Berlin. Print). 1998, Vol 13, Num 2, pp 74-79, issn 0931-1890Article

Expression of xyloglucan endotransglycosylases of Gerbera hybrida and Betula pendula in Pichia pastorisTOIKKANEN, Jaana H; NIKU-PAAVOLA, Marja-Leena; BAILEY, Michael et al.Journal of biotechnology. 2007, Vol 130, Num 2, pp 161-170, issn 0168-1656, 10 p.Article

Adventitious root formation in woody tissue: Peroxidase: A predictive marker of root induction in Betula pendulaMCDONALD, M. S; WYNNE, J.In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Plant. 2003, Vol 39, Num 2, pp 234-235, issn 1054-5476, 2 p.Article

Impact of ozone on the growth of birch (Betula pendula) saplingsKARLSSON, P. E; UDDLING, J; SKÄRBY, L et al.Environmental pollution (1987). 2003, Vol 124, Num 3, pp 485-495, issn 0269-7491, 11 p.Article

Phytoremediation of zinc contaminated soils using silver birch (Betula pendula Roth)DMUCHOWSKI, Wojciech; GOZDOWSKI, Dariusz; BRAGOSZEWSKA, Paulina et al.Ecological engineering. 2014, Vol 71, pp 32-35, issn 0925-8574, 4 p.Article

Spatial variation in sapwood area to leaf area ratio and specific leaf area within a crown of silver birchSELLIN, Arne; KUPPER, Prut.Trees (Berlin. Print). 2006, Vol 20, Num 3, pp 311-319, issn 0931-1890, 9 p.Article

Boron uptake by ectomycorrhizas of silver birchLEHTO, T; LAVOLA, A; KALLIO, E et al.Mycorrhiza (Berlin). 2004, Vol 14, Num 3, pp 209-212, issn 0940-6360, 4 p.Article

Directionality in fruit dispersal models for anemochorous forest treesWAGNER, Sven; WÄLDER, Konrad; RIBBENS, Eric et al.Ecological modelling. 2004, Vol 179, Num 4, pp 487-498, issn 0304-3800, 12 p.Article

Alnus incana f. rubra and Betula pendula f. palmeri (Betulaceae) in FinlandPALMEN, A; HÄMET-AHTI, L.Annales botanici Fennici. 1992, Vol 29, Num 4, pp 329-330, issn 0003-3847Article

Use of biofuel ashes for fertilisation of Betula pendula seedlings on nutrient-poor peat soilMANDRE, Malle; PÄRN, Henn; KLOSEIKO, Jaan et al.Biomass & bioenergy. 2010, Vol 34, Num 9, pp 1384-1392, issn 0961-9534, 9 p.Article

Inter-and intra-specific responses to elevated ozone and chamber climate in northern birchesMANNINEN, S; HUTTUNEN, S; VANHATALO, M et al.Environmental pollution (1987). 2009, Vol 157, Num 5, pp 1679-1688, issn 0269-7491, 10 p.Article

Interactive effect of elevated temperature and O3 on antioxidant capacity and gas exchange in Betula pendula saplingsRIIKONEN, Johanna; MÄENPÄÄ, Maarit; ALAVILLAMO, Marjo et al.Planta. 2009, Vol 230, Num 2, pp 419-427, issn 0032-0935, 9 p.Article

Above-ground biomass production and nutrient accumulation in young stands of silver birch on abandoned agricultural landURI, Veiko; VARES, Aivo; TULLUS, Hardi et al.Biomass & bioenergy. 2007, Vol 31, Num 4, pp 195-204, issn 0961-9534, 10 p.Article

Pathogenicity of Marssonina betulae and other fungi on birchGREEN, S; MACASKILL, G. A.Plant pathology. 2007, Vol 56, Num 2, pp 242-250, issn 0032-0862, 9 p.Article

Overexpression of BpMADS4 from silver birch (Betula pendula Roth.) induces early-flowering in apple (Malus x Domestica Borkh.)FLACHOWSKY, H; PEIL, A; SOPANEN, T et al.Plant breeding. 2007, Vol 126, Num 2, pp 137-145, issn 0179-9541, 9 p.Article

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