Tag Archives: nitrogen
New paper accepted – Extremely thick cell walls and low mesophyll conductance: welcome to the world of ancient living!
Text and pics by Linda-Liisa Veromann-Jürgenson I am overjoyed that I have my first article for my PhD accepted! It is now published in Journal of Experimental Botany. As everyone in our group knows, mesophyll conductance is a key player … Continue reading
Text by Bin Liu Note from LL: Our new postdoc, Bin Liu, is the first member of our lab, who ended up working here because of this blog. Literally. He read the post about potential postdoc positions and contacted us. … Continue reading
New paper published – Partial shading of lateral branches affects growth, and foliage nitrogen- and water-use efficiencies in the conifer Cunninghamia lanceolata growing in a warm monsoon climate
Ülo has once again collaborated with Chinese tree physiologists (see also this blog post from February) and published a paper about the effects on shading on within-individual acclimatization variability in China fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata). Full text is available here. Full … Continue reading