College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
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Facilitation by isolated trees triggers woody encroachment and a biome shift at the savanna-forest transition
Abreu, R. C. R., Durigan, G., Melo, A. C. G., Pilon, N. A. L., & Hoffmann, W. A. (2021, August 28). JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY.
The use of near infrared spectroscopy to predict foliar nutrient levels of hydroponically grown teak seedlings
Whittier, W. A., Hodge, G. R., Lopez, J., Saravitz, C., & Acosta, J. J. (2021, July 8). JOURNAL OF NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY.
Comprehending Cornales: phylogenetic reconstruction of the order using the Angiosperms353 probe set
Thomas, S. K., Liu, X., Du, Z.-Y., Dong, Y., Cummings, A., Pokorny, L., … Leebens-Mack, J. H. (2021, July 14). AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY, Vol. 108, pp. 1112–1121.
2021 journal article
Abundance of spring- and winter-active arthropods declines with warming
Savannas are not old fields: Functional trajectories of forest expansion in a fire-suppressed Brazilian savanna are driven by habitat generalists
Flake, S. W., Abreu, R. C. R., Durigan, G., & Hoffmann, W. A. (2021, May 17). FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY.