Chunyang Li
Chunyang Li
Professor of Plant Ecology, Zhejiang University, No.866 Yuhangtang Road, Hangzhou 310058, China
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Differences in some morphological, physiological, and biochemical responses to drought stress in two contrasting populations of Populus przewalskii
Y Lei, C Yin, C Li
Physiologia Plantarum 127 (2), 182-191, 2006
Early growth, dry matter allocation and water use efficiency of two sympatric Populus species as affected by water stress
C Yin, X Wang, B Duan, J Luo, C Li
Environmental and Experimental Botany 53 (3), 315-322, 2005
Sex‐specific responses of Populus cathayana to drought and elevated temperatures
X Xu, FAN Yang, X Xiao, S Zhang, H Korpelainen, C Li
Plant, cell & environment 31 (6), 850-860, 2008
Physiological and biochemical responses to high Mn concentrations in two contrasting Populus cathayana populations
Y Lei, H Korpelainen, C Li
Chemosphere 68 (4), 686-694, 2007
Population differences in physiological and morphological adaptations of Populus davidiana seedlings in response to progressive drought stress
X Zhang, R Zang, C Li
Plant Science 166 (3), 791-797, 2004
Drought responses of Eucalyptus microtheca provenances depend on seasonality of rainfall in their place of origin
C Li, F Berninger, J Koskela, E Sonninen
Functional Plant Biology 27 (3), 231-238, 2000
Physiological and proteomic responses of two contrasting Populus cathayana populations to drought stress
X Xiao, F Yang, S Zhang, H Korpelainen, C Li
Physiologia plantarum 136 (2), 150-168, 2009
Effect of seed pretreatment by magnetic field on the sensitivity of cucumber (Cucumis sativus) seedlings to ultraviolet-B radiation
Y Yao, Y Li, Y Yang, C Li
Environmental and Experimental Botany 54 (3), 286-294, 2005
Adaptive responses of Populus kangdingensis to drought stress
C Yin, Y Peng, R Zang, Y Zhu, C Li
Physiologia Plantarum 123 (4), 445-451, 2005
Photoperiodic control of growth, cold acclimation and dormancy development in silver birch (Betula pendula) ecotypes
C Li, O Junttila, A Ernstsen, P Heino, ET Palva
Physiologia plantarum 117 (2), 206-212, 2003
Cold acclimation in silver birch (Betula pendula). Development of freezing tolerance in different tissues and climatic ecotypes
C Li, T Puhakainen, A Welling, A Viherä‐Aarnio, A Ernstsen, O Junttila, ...
Physiologia Plantarum 116 (4), 478-488, 2002
Differences in drought responses of three contrasting Eucalyptus microtheca F. Muell. populations
C Li, K Wang
Forest ecology and management 179 (1-3), 377-385, 2003
Sex-related differences in leaf morphological and physiological responses in Hippophae rhamnoides along an altitudinal gradient
C Li, G Xu, R Zang, H Korpelainen, F Berninger
Tree physiology 27 (3), 399-406, 2007
Drought inhibits photosynthetic capacity more in females than in males of Populus cathayana
X Xu, G Peng, C Wu, H Korpelainen, C Li
Tree Physiology 28 (11), 1751-1759, 2008
Physiological and growth responses of Populus davidiana ecotypes to different soil water contents
X Zhang, N Wu, C Li
Journal of Arid environments 60 (4), 567-579, 2005
Morphological and physiological responses of two contrasting poplar species to drought stress and exogenous abscisic acid application
C Yin, B Duan, X Wang, C Li
Plant Science 167 (5), 1091-1097, 2004
Photosynthetic responses of Populus przewalski subjected to drought stress
CY Yin, F Berninger, CY Li
Photosynthetica 44, 62-68, 2006
Nitrogen nutrient status induces sexual differences in responses to cadmium in Populus yunnanensis
L Chen, Y Han, H Jiang, H Korpelainen, C Li
Journal of Experimental Botany 62 (14), 5037-5050, 2011
Physiological responses to drought and shade in two contrasting Picea asperata populations
B Duan, Y Lu, C Yin, O Junttila, C Li
Physiologia Plantarum 124 (4), 476-484, 2005
Sex-related differences in morphological, physiological, and ultrastructural responses of Populus cathayana to chilling
S Zhang, H Jiang, S Peng, H Korpelainen, C Li
Journal of experimental botany 62 (2), 675-686, 2011
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