Hans Schnyder
Hans Schnyder
Professor emeritus for Grassland Science, Technical University of Munich
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The role of carbohydrate storage and redistribution in the source‐sink relations of wheat and barley during grain filling—a review
H Schnyder
New phytologist 123 (2), 233-245, 1993
Pre-anthesis reserve utilization for protein and carbohydrate synthesis in grains of wheat
T Gebbing, H Schnyder
Plant physiology 121 (3), 871-878, 1999
Reconstruction of the isotopic history of animal diets by hair segmental analysis
M Schwertl, K Auerswald, H Schnyder
Rapid communications in mass spectrometry 17 (12), 1312-1318, 2003
Phosphorus deficiency decreases cell division and elongation in grass leaves
M Kavanová, FA Lattanzi, AA Grimoldi, H Schnyder
Plant Physiology 141 (2), 766-775, 2006
The utilization of pre‐anthesis reserves in grain filling of wheat. Assessment by steady‐state 13CO2/12CO2 labelling
T Gebbing, H Schnyder, W Kühbauch
Plant, Cell & Environment 22 (7), 851-858, 1999
Grassland biodiversity bounces back from long-term nitrogen addition
J Storkey, AJ Macdonald, PR Poulton, T Scott, IH Köhler, H Schnyder, ...
Nature 528 (7582), 401-404, 2015
Spatial distribution of growth rates and of epidermal cell lengths in the elongation zone during leaf development in Lolium perenne L.
H Schnyder, S Seo, IF Rademacher, W Kühbauch
Planta 181, 423-431, 1990
Progress and challenges in using stable isotopes to trace plant carbon and water relations across scales
C Werner, H Schnyder, M Cuntz, C Keitel, MJ Zeeman, TE Dawson, ...
Biogeosciences 9 (8), 3083-3111, 2012
C‐isotope composition of CO2 respired by shoots and roots: fractionation during dark respiration?
K Klumpp, R Schäufele, M Lötscher, FA Lattanzi, W Feneis, H Schnyder
Plant, Cell & Environment 28 (2), 241-250, 2005
Sensitivity analysis and quantification of uncertainty for isotopic mixing relationships in carbon cycle research
JM Zobitz, JP Keener, H Schnyder, DR Bowling
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 136 (1-2), 56-75, 2006
Carbon and nitrogen stable isotope composition of cattle hair: ecological fingerprints of production systems?
M Schwertl, K Auerswald, R Schäufele, H Schnyder
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 109 (1-2), 153-165, 2005
The plant's capacity in regulating resource demand
R Matyssek, R Agerer, D Ernst, JC Munch, W Osswald, H Pretzsch, ...
Plant biology 7 (06), 560-580, 2005
Growth of the grain of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). The relationship between water content and dry matter accumulation
H Schnyder, U Baum
European Journal of Agronomy 1 (2), 51-57, 1992
Diurnal growth of tall fescue leaf blades: I. Spatial distribution of growth, deposition of water, and assimilate import in the elongation zone
H Schnyder, CJ Nelson
Plant Physiology 86 (4), 1070-1076, 1988
Kinetics and relative significance of remobilized and current C and N incorporation in leaf and root growth zones of Lolium perenne after defoliation: assessment by 13C and …
R De Visser, H Vianden, H Schnyder
Plant, Cell & Environment 20 (1), 37-46, 1997
Fluxes of reserve-derived and currently assimilated carbon and nitrogen in perennial ryegrass recovering from defoliation. The regrowing tiller and its component functionally …
H Schnyder, R de Visser
Plant Physiology 119 (4), 1423-1436, 1999
Growth rates and carbohydrate fluxes within the elongation zone of tall fescue leaf blades
H Schnyder, CJ Nelson
Plant Physiology 85 (2), 548-553, 1987
Growth rates and assimilate partitioning in the elongation zone of tall fescue leaf blades at high and low irradiance
H Schnyder, CJ Nelson
Plant Physiology 90 (3), 1201-1206, 1989
Assessment of spatial distribution of growth in the elongation zone of grass leaf blades
H Schnyder, CJ Nelson, JH Coutts
Plant Physiology 85 (1), 290-293, 1987
Altitudinal gradients of grassland carbon and nitrogen isotope composition are recorded in the hair of grazers
TT Männel, K Auerswald, H Schnyder
Global Ecology and Biogeography 16 (5), 583-592, 2007
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