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Functional-structural plant modelling using a combination of architectural analysis, L-systems and a canonical model of functionRENTON, Michael; KAITANIEMI, Pekka; HANAN, Jim et al.Ecological modelling. 2005, Vol 184, Num 2-4, pp 277-298, issn 0304-3800, 22 p.Article

Delayed local responses of downy birch to damage by leafminers and leafrollersKOZLOV, Mikhail V; LANTA, Voitech; ZVEREV, Vitali E et al.Oikos. 2012, Vol 121, Num 3, pp 428-434, issn 0030-1299, 7 p.Article

SUN AND SHADE LEAVES IN BETULA PUBESCONS AND BETULA PENDULATHOMAS PA; KENWORTHY JB.1980; TRANS. BOT. SOC. EDINBURGH; GBR; DA. 1980; VOL. 43; NO 3; PP. 235-244; BIBL. 2 P.Article

Long-term inducible resistance in birch foliage: triggering cues and efficacy on a defoliatorHAUKIOJA, E; SUOMELA, J; NEUVONEN, S et al.Oecologia. 1985, Vol 65, Num 3, pp 363-369, issn 0029-8549Article

Effects of localized defoliations on female inflorescences in mountain birch, Betula pubescens ssp. tortuosaTUOMI, J; VUORISALO, T; NIEMELA, P et al.Canadian journal of botany. 1989, Vol 67, Num 2, pp 334-338, issn 0008-4026, 5 p.Article

Initiation, structure and sprouting of dormant basal buds in Betula pubescensKAUPPI, A; RINNE, P; FERM, A et al.Flora (Jena). 1987, Vol 179, Num 1, pp 55-83, issn 0367-2530Article

Influence of propagating soil on the mycorrhizal succession of birch seedlings transplanted to a field siteFLEMING, L. V; DEACON, J. W; LAST, F. T et al.Transactions of the British Mycological Society. 1984, Vol 82, Num 4, pp 707-711, issn 0007-1536Article

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

Intraspecific variation in photosynthetic light response and photosynthetic nitrogen utilization in the mountain birch, Betula pubescens ssp. tortuosaKARLSSON, P. S.Oikos. 1991, Vol 60, Num 1, pp 49-54, issn 0030-1299Article

Influence of light on adventitious root formation in birch shoot cultures in vitroPINKER, I; ZOGLAUER, K; GÖRING, H et al.Biologia plantarum. 1989, Vol 31, Num 4, pp 254-260, issn 0006-3134, 7 p.Article

Uncaged larvae elicit a combination of local and integrated growth responses within mountain birch crownKAITANIEMI, Pekka; RUOHOMÄKI, Kai.Oikos. 2006, Vol 115, Num 3, pp 537-548, issn 0030-1299, 12 p.Article

Budburst phenology of white birch in industrially polluted areasKOZLOV, Mikhail V; ERÄNEN, Janne K; ZVEREV, Vitali E et al.Environmental pollution (1987). 2007, Vol 148, Num 1, pp 125-131, issn 0269-7491, 7 p.Article

Facilitation of bilberry by mountain birch in habitat severely disturbed by pollution : Importance of shelteringZVEREVA, Elena L; KOZLOV, Mikhail V.Environmental and experimental botany. 2007, Vol 60, Num 2, pp 170-176, issn 0098-8472, 7 p.Article

Metabolite specific effects of solar UV-A and UV-B on alder and birch leaf phenolicsKOTILAINEN, Titta; TEGELBERG, Riitta; JULKUNEN-TIITTO, Riitta et al.Global change biology (Print). 2008, Vol 14, Num 6, pp 1294-1304, issn 1354-1013, 11 p.Article

Mountain Birch Seedlings in the Treeline Ecotone, Subarctic Finland : Variation in Above-and Below-Ground Growth Depending on MicrotopographyANSCHLAG, Kerstin; BROLL, Gabriele; HOLTMEIER, Friedrich-Karl et al.Arctic, antarctic, and alpine research. 2008, Vol 40, Num 4, pp 609-616, issn 1523-0430, 8 p.Article

DOES BIRCH DEFEND ITSELF ACTIVELY AGAINST HERBIVORES.KAUKIOJA E; NIEMELA P.1977; ANN. UNIV. TURKU, A2; FINL.; DA. 1977; VOL. 59; NO 13; PP. 44-47; BIBL. 10 REF.Article

Cyclic fluctuations in density : interactions between a defoliator and its host treeHAUKIOJA, E.Acta oecologica : (1990). 1991, Vol 12, Num 1, pp 77-88, 12 p.Article

Gradient of abscisic acid and its β-D-glucopyranosyl ester in wood and bark of dormant branches of birch (Betula pubescens EHRH)DATHE, W; SCHNEIDER, G; SEMBDNER, G et al.Biochemie und Physiologie der Pflanzen. 1984, Vol 179, Num 1-2, pp 109-114, issn 0015-3796Article

Groupings of ectomycorrhizal fungi of birch and pine, based on establishment of mycorrhizas on seedlings from spores in unsterile soilsFOX, F. M.Transactions of the British Mycological Society. 1986, Vol 87, Num 3, pp 371-380, issn 0007-1536Article

Nutrient stress: an explanation for plant anti-herbivore responses to defoliationTUOMI, J; NIEMELA, P; HAUKIOJA, E et al.Oecologia. 1984, Vol 61, Num 2, pp 208-210, issn 0029-8549Article

FORMATION OF PRIMORDIA AND IMMATURE FRUITING BODIES BY ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGI IN CULTUREGILTRAP NJ.1981; TRANS. BR. MYCOL. SOC.; GBR; DA. 1981; VOL. 77; NO 1; PP. 204-205; BIBL. 10 REF.Article

ETUDE DENDROMETRIQUE DES BOULEAUX INDIGENES (BETULA PENDULA ROTH ET BETULA PUBESCENS EHRH.)THILL A; PALM R.1980; BULL. RECH. AGRON. GEMBLOUX; ISSN 0435-2033; BEL; DA. 1980; VOL. 15; NO 3; PP. 257-272; ABS. ENG/GER; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

CROISSANCE EN HAUTEUR DES BOULEAUX EN RELATION AVEC LEURS PARTICULARITES BIOLOGIQUESDENISOV SA.1982; IZV. VYSS. UCEBN. ZAVED., LESN. Z.; ISSN 0536-1036; SUN; DA. 1982; NO 1; PP. 17-20; BIBL. 5 REF.Article

DOES BIRCH DEFEND ITSELF ACTIVELY AGAINST HERBIVORES.HAUKIOJA E; NIEMELA P.1977; ANN. UNIV. TURKU., A2; FIN; DA. 1977; NO 59; PP. 44-47; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

Mycorrhizal colonisation of mountain birch (Betula pubescens ssp. czerepanovii) along three environmental gradients : does life in harsh environments alter plant-fungal relationships?RUOTSALAINEN, A. L; MARKKOLA, A. M; KOZLOV, M. V et al.Environmental monitoring and assessment. 2009, Vol 148, Num 1-4, pp 215-232, issn 0167-6369, 18 p.Article

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