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G3-GENES GENOMES GENETICS, ISSN 2160-1836, 11/2019, Volume 9, Issue 11, pp. 3513 - 3520
Accurate feature annotation as well as assembly contiguity are important requisites of a modern genome assembly. They allow large-scale comparison of genomes... 
ENVIRONMENTAL GRADIENTS | reannotation | TRANSCRIPTOME | transposable element | Hawaii | TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENTS | VARIETIES | Metrosideros polymorpha | COMPLETENESS | MAUNA-LOA | EVOLUTION | GENETICS & HEREDITY | HAWAIIAN METROSIDEROS | ASSOCIATION | MYRTACEAE | MAKER | maker | hawaii | metrosideros polymorpha
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FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY, ISSN 0269-8463, 12/1999, Volume 13, Issue 6, pp. 811 - 818
1. Metrosideros polymorpha (O'hia), the dominant tree species in Hawaiian forest ecosystems, grows from sea level to treeline (2500 m). Consistent changes in... 
MAUNA-LOA | homeostatic responses | photosynthesis | FOLIAR | CO2 | photosynthetic nitrogen-use efficiency | PLANTS | ECOLOGY | GAS-EXCHANGE | carbon isotope ratios | HAWAIIAN METROSIDEROS | ISOTOPE DISCRIMINATION
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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 01/2016, Volume 529, Issue 7585, pp. 167 - 171
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by Kattge, J and Diaz, S and Lavorel, S and Prentice, C and Leadley, P and Boenisch, G and Garnier, E and Westoby, M and Reich, P. B and Wright, I. J and Cornelissen, J. H. C and Violle, C and Harrison, S. P and van Bodegom, P. M and Reichstein, M and Enquist, B. J and Soudzilovskaia, N. A and Ackerly, D. D and Anand, M and Atkin, O and Bahn, M and Baker, T. R and Baldocchi, D and Bekker, R and Blanco, C. C and Blonder, B and Bond, W. J and Bradstock, R and Bunker, D. E and Casanoves, F and Cavender-Bares, J and Chambers, J. Q and Chapin, F. S and Chave, J and Coomes, D and Cornwell, W. K and Craine, J. M and Dobrin, B. H and Duarte, L and Durka, W and Elser, J and Esser, G and Estiarte, M and Fagan, W. F and Fang, J and Fernandez-Mendez, F and Fidelis, A and Finegan, B and Flores, O and Ford, H and Frank, D and Freschet, G. T and Fyllas, N. M and Gallagher, R. V and Green, W. A and Gutierrez, A. G and Hickler, T and Higgins, S. I and Hodgson, J. G and Jalili, A and Jansen, S and Joly, C. A and Kerkhoff, A. J and Kirkup, D and Kitajima, K and Kleyer, M and Klotz, S and Knops, J. M. H and Kramer, K and Kuehn, I and Kurokawa, H and Laughlin, D and Lee, T. D and Leishman, M and Lens, F and Lenz, T and Lewis, S. L and Lloyd, J and Llusia, J and Louault, F and Ma, S and Mahecha, M. D and Manning, P and Massad, T and Medlyn, B. E and Messier, J and Moles, A. T and Mueller, S. C and Naowski, K and Naeem, S and Niinemets, Ue and Noellert, S and Nueske, A and Ogaya, R and Oleksyn, J and Onipchenko, V. G and Onoda, Y and Ordonez, J and Overbeck, G and Ozinga, W. A and ... and Oak Ridge National Lab. (ORNL), Oak Ridge, TN (United States)
Global Change Biology, ISSN 1354-1013, 09/2011, Volume 17, Issue 9, pp. 2905 - 2935
Plant traits - the morphological, anatomical, physiological, biochemical and phenological characteristics of plants and their organs - determine how primary... 
WIDE-RANGE | LEAF ECONOMICS SPECTRUM | plant trait | intraspecific variation | plant attribute | LITTER DECOMPOSITION RATES | OLD-FIELD SUCCESSION | vegetation model | functional diversity | database | global analysis | TROPICAL RAIN-FOREST | SUB-ARCTIC FLORA | environmental gradient | global change | HAWAIIAN METROSIDEROS-POLYMORPHA | FUNCTIONAL TRAITS | RELATIVE GROWTH-RATE | TERRESTRIAL BIOSPHERE | interspecific variation | comparative ecology | plant functional type | Plant trait | Comparative ecology | Intraspecific variation | Plant attribute | Global analysis | Global change | Database | Interspecific variation | Vegetation model | Plant functional type | Environmental gradient | Functional diversity | ELEVATED CO2 | RAIN-FOREST | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | QUERCUS-ILEX | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | ECOLOGY | LEAF DRY MASS | Phenology | Data bases | Flowers & plants | Biodiversity and Ecology | Environmental Sciences | ORGANS | LIFE CYCLE | AVAILABILITY | REGENERATION | BIOLOGY | PLANTS | 60 APPLIED LIFE SCIENCES | ECOSYSTEMS | FUNCTIONALS | DATA ANALYSIS | RAW MATERIALS | Original | leaf economics spectrum | functional traits | relative growth-rate | terrestrial biosphere | hawaiian metrosideros-polymorpha | tropical rain-forest | old-field succession | sub-arctic flora | litter decomposition rates | wide-range
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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 2016, Volume 529, Issue 7585, pp. 204 - 207
Phenotypic traits and their associated trade-offs have been shown to have globally consistent effects on individual plant physiological functions, but how... 
Leerstoelgroep Bosecologie en bosbeheer | Bosecologie en Bosbeheer | PE&RC | Forest Ecology and Forest Management | WIDE-RANGE | TROPICAL RAIN-FOREST | ELEVATED CO2 | SUB-ARCTIC FLORA | WOODY-PLANTS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | HAWAIIAN METROSIDEROS-POLYMORPHA | LAND-USE | QUERCUS-ILEX | ECONOMICS SPECTRUM