Anita Roth-Nebelsick
Anita Roth-Nebelsick
Curator for Palaeobotany, State Museum of Natural History, Stuttgart, Germany
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Evolution and function of leaf venation architecture: a review
A Roth-Nebelsick, D Uhl, V Mosbrugger, H Kerp
Annals of Botany 87 (5), 553-566, 2001
Leaf surface structures enable the endemic Namib desert grass Stipagrostis sabulicola to irrigate itself with fog water
A Roth-Nebelsick, M Ebner, T Miranda, V Gottschalk, D Voigt, S Gorb, ...
Journal of the Royal Society interface 9 (73), 1965-1974, 2012
Modelling of stomatal density response to atmospheric CO2
W Konrad, A Roth-Nebelsick, M Grein
Journal of theoretical Biology 253 (4), 638-658, 2008
Efficient fog harvesting by Stipagrostis sabulicola (Namib dune bushman grass)
M Ebner, T Miranda, A Roth-Nebelsick
Journal of arid environments 75 (6), 524-531, 2011
Computer-based studies of diffusion through stomata of different architecture
A Roth-Nebelsick
Annals of botany 100 (1), 23-32, 2007
Leaf pubescence as a possibility to increase water use efficiency by promoting condensation
W Konrad, J Burkhardt, M Ebner, A Roth‐Nebelsick
Ecohydrology 8 (3), 480-492, 2015
Changes in atmospheric CO2 concentrations and climate from the Late Eocene to Early Miocene: palaeobotanical reconstruction based on fossil floras from Saxony, Germany
A Roth-Nebelsick, T Utescher, V Mosbrugger, L Diester-Haass, H Walther
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 205 (1-2), 43-67, 2004
Stomatal crypts have small effects on transpiration: a numerical model analysis
A Roth-Nebelsick, F Hassiotou, EJ Veneklaas
Plant Physiology 151 (4), 2018-2027, 2009
Computer‐based analysis of steady‐state and transient heat transfer of small‐sized leaves by free and mixed convection
A Roth‐Nebelsick
Plant, Cell & Environment 24 (6), 631-640, 2001
Reconstruction of the middle Eocene climate of Messel using palaeobotanical data
M Grein, T Utescher, V Wilde, A Roth-Nebelsick
Neues Jahrbuch Fur Geologie Und Palaontologie-Abhandlungen 260 (3), 305, 2011
Hydrodynamic modelling study of angiosperm leaf venation types
A Roth, V Mosbrugger, G Belz, HJ Neugebauer
Botanica Acta 108, 121-126, 1995
Atmospheric CO2 from the late Oligocene to early Miocene based on photosynthesis data and fossil leaf characteristics
M Grein, C Oehm, W Konrad, T Utescher, L Kunzmann, A Roth-Nebelsick
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 374, 41-51, 2013
The dynamics of gas bubbles in conduits of vascular plants and implications for embolism repair
W Konrad, A Roth-Nebelsick
Journal of Theoretical Biology 224 (1), 43-61, 2003
Stomatal encryption by epicuticular waxes as a plastic trait modifying gas exchange in a Mediterranean evergreen species (Quercus coccifera L.)
Plant, Cell & Environment 36 (3), 579-589, 2013
The Randeck Maar: Palaeoenvironment and habitat differentiation of a Miocene lacustrine system
MW Rasser, G Bechly, R Böttcher, M Ebner, EPJ Heizmann, O Höltke, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 392, 426-453, 2013
Reconstruction of atmospheric CO2 during the early middle Eocene by application of a gas exchange model to fossil plants from the Messel Formation, Germany
M Grein, W Konrad, V Wilde, T Utescher, A Roth-Nebelsick
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 309 (3-4), 383-391, 2011
Xylem functioning, dysfunction and repair: a physical perspective and implications for phloem transport
W Konrad, G Katul, A Roth-Nebelsick, KH Jensen
Tree physiology 39 (2), 243-261, 2019
Latitudinal variation in morphological traits of the genus Pinus and its relation to environmental and phylogenetic signals
MP Nobis, C Traiser, A Roth-Nebelsick
Plant Ecology & Diversity 5 (1), 1-11, 2012
Reconstructing atmospheric carbon dioxide with stomata: possibilities and limitations of a botanical pCO2-sensor
A Roth-Nebelsick
Trees 19, 251-265, 2005
Leaf surface wettability and implications for drop shedding and evaporation from forest canopies
W Konrad, M Ebner, C Traiser, A Roth-Nebelsick
Pure and Applied Geophysics 169, 835-845, 2012
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