Graeme Pierce Berlyn
Graeme Pierce Berlyn
E.H. Harriman Professor of Physiology and Forest Management, Yale University
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Botanical microtechnique and cytochemistry
GP Berlyn, JP Miksche, JE Sass
Iowa State University Press, 1976
19481976
An evaluation of noninvasive methods to estimate foliar chlorophyll content
AD Richardson, SP Duigan, GP Berlyn
New phytologist 153 (1), 185-194, 2002
10862002
The use of organic biostimulants to help low input sustainable agriculture
RO Russo, GP Berlyn
Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 1 (2), 19-42, 1991
3241991
A comparison of leaf physiology and anatomy of Quercus (section Erythrobalanus‐Fagaceae) species in different light environments
PMS Ashton, GP Berlyn
American Journal of Botany 81 (5), 589-597, 1994
2381994
Hemlock woolly adelgid (Homoptera: Adelgidae): stylet bundle insertion and feeding sites
RF Young, KS Shields, GP Berlyn
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 88 (6), 827-835, 1995
2361995
Leaf adaptations of some Shorea species to sun and shade
PMS Ashton, GP Berlyn
New Phytologist 121 (4), 587-596, 1992
1751992
Developmental Regulation of Cell Interactions in theArabidopsis fiddlehead-1Mutant: A Role for the Epidermal Cell Wall and Cuticle
SJ Lolle, GP Berlyn, EM Engstrom, KA Krolikowski, WD Reiter, RE Pruitt
Developmental biology 189 (2), 311-321, 1997
1701997
Spectral reflectance and photosynthetic properties of Betula papyrifera (Betulaceae) leaves along an elevational gradient on Mt. Mansfield, Vermont, USA
AD Richardson, GP Berlyn
American Journal of Botany 89 (1), 88-94, 2002
1582002
Polyploids and their structural and PHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS RELATIVE TO WATER DEFICIT IN BETULA PAPYRIFERA (Betulaceae)
WL Li, GP Berlyn, PMS Ashton
American journal of botany 83 (1), 15-20, 1996
1361996
Changes in foliar spectral reflectance and chlorophyll fluorescence of four temperate species following branch cutting
AD Richardson, GP Berlyn
Tree physiology 22 (7), 499-506, 2002
1202002
Age and growth rate of tropical trees: new directions for research
E Bormann, F Herbert, E Berlyn
1031981
Toward a new concept of the evolution of symbiotic nitrogen fixation in the Leguminosae
JA Bryan, GP Berlyn, JC Gordon
Current Issues in Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation, 151-159, 1996
1021996
The effect of increasing elevation on leaf cuticle thickness and cuticular transpiration in balsam fir
EH DeLucia, GP Berlyn
Canadian Journal of Botany 62 (11), 2423-2431, 1984
1011984
Leaf anatomical responses to light in five tropical Moraceae of different successional status
S Strauss‐Debenedetti, GP Berlyn
American Journal of Botany 81 (12), 1582-1591, 1994
971994
Spectral reflectance of Picea rubens (Pinaceae) and Abies balsamea (Pinaceae) needles along an elevational gradient, Mt. Moosilauke, New Hampshire, USA
AD Richardson, GP Berlyn, TG Gregoire
American Journal of Botany 88 (4), 667-676, 2001
932001
Requirement of an internal standard for microspectrophotometric measurements of DNA
SS Dhillon, GP Berlyn, JP Miksche
American Journal of Botany 64 (1), 117-121, 1977
871977
Seedling survival and growth of native tree species in pastures: implications for dry tropical forest rehabilitation in central Panama
HP Griscom, PMS Ashton, GP Berlyn
Forest Ecology and Management 218 (1-3), 306-318, 2005
852005
Foliar plasticity of hybrid spruce in relation to crown position and stand age
AD Richardson, GP Berlyn, PMS Ashton, R Thadani, IR Cameron
Canadian Journal of Botany 78 (3), 305-317, 2000
822000
Sucrose‐indole‐3‐acetic acid interactions on root regeneration by Pinus lambertiana embryo cuttings
MS Greenwood, GP Berlyn
American Journal of Botany 60 (1), 42-47, 1973
771973
Drought stress and paper birch (Betula papyrifera) seedlings: effects of an organic biostimulant on plant health and stress tolerance, and detection of stress effects with …
AD Richardson, M Aikens, GP Berlyn, P Marshall
Arboriculture & Urban Forestry 30 (1), 52, 2004
732004
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