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Kong, D. L. et al. Economic strategies of plant absorptive roots vary with root diameter. Biogeosciences 13, 415-424 (2016).
Sun, K., M. McCormack, L., Li, L., Ma, Z. & Guo, D. Fast-cycling unit of root turnover in perennial herbaceous plants in a cold temperate ecosystem. Scientific Reports 6, 19698 (2016).
Pu, X., Yin, C., Xiao, Q., Qiao, M. & Liu, Q. Fine roots branch orders of Abies faxoniana respond differentially to warming in a subalpine coniferous forest ecosystem. Agroforestry Systems (2016). doi:10.1007/s10457-016-9970-7
Cheng, J., Chu, P., Chen, D., Bai, Y. & Niu, S. Functional correlations between specific leaf area and specific root length along a regional environmental gradient in Inner Mongolia grasslands. Functional Ecology 30, 985-997 (2016).
Paudel, I. et al. Impact of treated wastewater on growth, respiration and hydraulic conductivity of citrus root systems in light and heavy soils. Tree Physiology 36, 770-785 (2016).
Liu, B., He, J., Zeng, F., Lei, J. & Arndt, S. K. Life span and structure of ephemeral root modules of different functional groups from a desert system. New Phytologist n/a-n/a (2016).
Jo, I., Fridley, J. D. & Frank, D. A. More of the same? In situ leaf and root decomposition rates do not vary between 80 native and nonnative deciduous forest species. New Phytologist 209, 115-122 (2016).
Taylor, M. K., Lankau, R. A., Wurzburger, N. & de Vries, F. Mycorrhizal associations of trees have different indirect effects on organic matter decomposition. Journal of Ecology (2016).
Cheng, L. et al. Mycorrhizal fungi and roots are complementary in foraging within nutrient patches. Ecology 97, 2815-2823 (2016).
Rewald, B., Kunze, M. E. & Godbold, D. L. NH4 : NO3 nutrition influence on biomass productivity and root respiration of poplar and willow clones. GCB Bioenergy 8, 51-58 (2016).
Rewald, B., Kunze, M. E. & Godbold, D. L. NH4 : NO3 nutrition influence on biomass productivity and root respiration of poplar and willow clones. GCB Bioenergy 8, 51-58 (2016).
Wang, Y. et al. Root tip morphology, anatomy, chemistry and potential hydraulic conductivity vary with soil depth in three temperate hardwood species. Tree Physiology 36, 99-108 (2016).
Kramer-Walter, K. R. et al. Root traits are multidimensional: specific root length is independent from root tissue density and the plant economic spectrum. Journal of Ecology 104, 1299-1310 (2016).
Ceccon, C., Tagliavini, M., Schmitt, A. Otto, Eissenstat, D. M. & Epron, D. Untangling the effects of root age and tissue nitrogen on root respiration in Populus tremuloides at different nitrogen supply. Tree PhysiologyTree Physiology 36, 618-627 (2016).
Falster, D. S. et al. BAAD: a Biomass And Allometry Database for woody plants. Ecology 96, 1445-1445 (2015).
Beidler, K. V. et al. Changes in root architecture under elevated concentrations of CO2 and nitrogen reflect alternate soil exploration strategies. New Phytologist 205, 1153-1163 (2015).
Liu, B. et al. Complementarity in nutrient foraging strategies of absorptive fine roots and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi across 14 coexisting subtropical tree species. New Phytologist 208, 125-136 (2015).
Kou, L. et al. Differential responses of needle and branch order-based root decay to nitrogen addition: dominant effects of acid-unhydrolyzable residue and microbial enzymes. Plant and Soil 394, 315-327 (2015).
Kubisch, P., Hertel, D. & Leuschner, C. Do ectomycorrhizal and arbuscular mycorrhizal temperate tree species systematically differ in root order-related fine root morphology and biomass?. Frontiers in Plant Science 6, (2015).
Mucha, J. et al. Effect of seed storage temperature on fine root development and mycorrhizal colonization of young Populus nigra seedlings. Annals of Forest Science 72, 539-547 (2015).
Freschet, G. T., Kichenin, E., Wardle, D. A. & de Bello, F. Explaining within-community variation in plant biomass allocation: a balance between organ biomass and morphology above vs below ground?. Journal of Vegetation Science 26, 431-440 (2015).
Li, A., Fahey, T. J., Pawlowska, T. E., Fisk, M. C. & Burtis, J. Fine root decomposition, nutrient mobilization and fungal communities in a pine forest ecosystem. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 83, 76-83 (2015).
Valverde-Barrantes, O. J., Smemo, K. A., Blackwood, C. B. & Norden, N. Fine root morphology is phylogenetically structured, but nitrogen is related to the plant economics spectrum in temperate trees. Functional Ecology 29, 796-807 (2015).
Wurzburger, N. & S. Wright, J. Fine-root responses to fertilization reveal multiple nutrient limitation in a lowland tropical forest. Ecology 96, 2137-2146 (2015).
Freschet, G. T., Swart, E. M. & Cornelissen, J. H. C. Integrated plant phenotypic responses to contrasting above- and below-ground resources: key roles of specific leaf area and root mass fraction. New Phytologist 206, 1247-1260 (2015).
Ushio, M., Fujiki, Y., Hidaka, A., Kitayama, K. & Poorter, L. Linkage of root physiology and morphology as an adaptation to soil phosphorus impoverishment in tropical montane forests. Functional Ecology 29, 1235-1245 (2015).
Eissenstat, D. M., Kucharski, J. M., Zadworny, M., Adams, T. S. & Koide, R. T. Linking root traits to nutrient foraging in arbuscular mycorrhizal trees in a temperate forest. New Phytologist 208, 114-124 (2015).
Lin, N., Bartsch, N., Heinrichs, S. & Vor, T. Long-term effects of canopy opening and liming on leaf litter production, and on leaf litter and fine-root decomposition in a European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) forest. Forest Ecology and Management 338, 183-190 (2015).
Wu, Q. - S. et al. Mycorrhiza alters the profile of root hairs in trifoliate orange. Mycorrhiza 26, 237-247 (2015).
Wang, J. - J., Tharayil, N., Chow, A. T., Suseela, V. & Zeng, H. Phenolic profile within the fine-root branching orders of an evergreen species highlights a disconnect in root tissue quality predicted by elemental- and molecular-level carbon composition. New Phytologist 206, 1261-1273 (2015).
Fu, X. et al. Response of the fine root production, phenology, and turnover rate of six shrub species from a subtropical forest to a soil moisture gradient and shading. Plant and Soil 399, 135-146 (2015).
Loiola, P. P., Scherer-Lorenzen, M. & Batalha, M. Antônio. The role of environmental filters and functional traits in predicting the root biomass and productivity in savannas and tropical seasonal forests. Forest Ecology and Management 342, 49-55 (2015).
Ma, C., Xiong, Y., Li, L. & Guo, D. Root and leaf decomposition become decoupled over time: implications for below- and above-ground relationships. Functional Ecology 1239–1246 (2015).
Fort, F. et al. Root functional trait syndromes and plasticity drive the ability of grassland Fabaceae to tolerate water and phosphorus shortage. Environmental and Experimental Botany 110, 62-72 (2015).
Dong, X., Wang, H., Gu, J., Wang, Y. & Wang, Z. Root morphology, histology and chemistry of nine fern species (pteridophyta) in a temperate forest. Plant and Soil 393, 215-227 (2015).
Zadworny, M., McCormack, M. L., Rawlik, K. & Jagodzi ski, A. M. Seasonal variation in chemistry, but not morphology, in roots of Quercus robur growing in different soil types. Tree Physiology 35, 644-652 (2015).
Yang, Z. et al. Variation in root traits associated with nutrient foraging among temperate pasture legumes and grasses. Grass and Forage Science n/a-n/a (2015).
de Graaff, M. - A., Jastrow, J. D., Gillette, S., Johns, A. & Wullschleger, S. D. Differential priming of soil carbon driven by soil depth and root impacts on carbon availability. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 69, 147-156 (2014).
M. McCormack, L., Gaines, K. P., Pastore, M. & Eissenstat, D. M. Early season root production in relation to leaf production among six diverse temperate tree species. Plant and Soil 389, 121-129 (2014).
Segal, A. D. & Sullivan, P. F. Identifying the sources and uncertainties of ecosystem respiration in Arctic tussock tundra. Biogeochemistry 121, 489-503 (2014).
Rewald, B., Rechenmacher, A. & Godbold, D. L. It's Complicated: Intraroot System Variability of Respiration and Morphological Traits in Four Deciduous Tree Species. Plant Physiology 166, 736-745 (2014).
Kong, D. et al. Leading dimensions in absorptive root trait variation across 96 subtropical forest species. New Phytologist 203, 863-872 (2014).
Pritchard, S. G. et al. Long-term dynamics of mycorrhizal root tips in a loblolly pine forest grown with free-air CO2 enrichment and soil N fertilization for 6 years. Global Change Biology 20, 1313-1326 (2014).
Iversen, C. M. et al. Plant Root Characteristics and Dynamics in Arctic Tundra Ecosystems, 1960-2012. (2014).
Liao, Y. et al. Relation of fine root distribution to soil C in a Cunninghamia lanceolata plantation in subtropical China. Plant and Soil 381, 225-234 (2014).
Gu, J., Xu, Y., Dong, X., Wang, H. & Wang, Z. Root diameter variations explained by anatomy and phylogeny of 50 tropical and temperate tree species. Tree Physiology 34, 415-425 (2014).
Hajek, P., Hertel, D. & Leuschner, C. Root order- and root age-dependent response of two poplar species to belowground competition. Plant and Soil 377, 337-355 (2014).
Bauerle, T. L., Bauerle, W. L., Goebel, M. & Barnard, D. M. Root system distribution influences substrate moisture measurements in containerized ornamental tree species. Horttechnology 23, 754-759 (2014).
Smith, S. W., Woodin, S. J., Pakeman, R. J., Johnson, D. & van der Wal, R. Root traits predict decomposition across a landscape-scale grazing experiment. New Phytologist 203, 851-862 (2014).
Ruotsalainen, A., Väre, H. & Vestberg, M. Seasonality of root fungal colonization in low-alpine herbs. Mycorrhiza 12, 29-36 (2014).