Kyle Tomlinson
Kyle Tomlinson
Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Predicting the effect of climate change on African trypanosomiasis: integrating epidemiology with parasite and vector biology
S Moore, S Shrestha, KW Tomlinson, H Vuong
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 9 (70), 817-830, 2012
Leaf adaptations of evergreen and deciduous trees of semi‐arid and humid savannas on three continents
KW Tomlinson, L Poorter, FJ Sterck, F Borghetti, D Ward, S de Bie, ...
Journal of Ecology 101 (2), 430-440, 2013
Biomass partitioning and root morphology of savanna trees across a water gradient
KW Tomlinson, FJ Sterck, F Bongers, DA da Silva, ERM Barbosa, D Ward, ...
Journal of Ecology 100 (5), 1113-1121, 2012
Control of tiller recruitment in bunchgrasses: uniting physiology and ecology
KW Tomlinson, TG O'connor
Functional Ecology 18 (4), 489-496, 2004
The utility of DNA metabarcoding for studying the response of arthropod diversity and composition to land-use change in the tropics
KC Beng, KW Tomlinson, XH Shen, Y Surget-Groba, AC Hughes, ...
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 1-13, 2016
Savannahs of Asia: antiquity, biogeography, and an uncertain future
J Ratnam, KW Tomlinson, DN Rasquinha, M Sankaran
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
Relative growth rate variation of evergreen and deciduous savanna tree species is driven by different traits
KW Tomlinson, L Poorter, F Bongers, F Borghetti, L Jacobs, ...
Annals of botany 114 (2), 315-324, 2014
Impacts of human disturbance in tropical dry forests increase with soil moisture stress
RK Chaturvedi, AS Raghubanshi, KW Tomlinson, JS Singh
Journal of Vegetation Science 28 (5), 997-1007, 2017
Tree species from different functional groups respond differently to environmental changes during establishment
ERM Barbosa, F van Langevelde, KW Tomlinson, LG Carvalheiro, ...
Oecologia 174 (4), 1345-1357, 2014
A functional-structural model for growth of clonal bunchgrasses
KW Tomlinson, JG Dominy, JW Hearne, TG O’Connor
Ecological Modelling 202 (3-4), 243-264, 2007
Comment on “The extent of forest in dryland biomes”
DM Griffith, CER Lehmann, CAE Strömberg, CL Parr, RT Pennington, ...
Science 358 (6365), 2017
Deciduous and evergreen trees differ in juvenile biomass allometries because of differences in allocation to root storage
KW Tomlinson, F van Langevelde, D Ward, F Bongers, DA da Silva, ...
Annals of Botany 112 (3), 575-587, 2013
Short-term effect of nutrient availability and rainfall distribution on biomass production and leaf nutrient content of savanna tree species
ERM Barbosa, KW Tomlinson, LG Carvalheiro, K Kirkman, S de Bie, ...
PLoS One 9 (3), e92619, 2014
Steal the light: shade vs fire adapted vegetation in forest–savanna mosaics
T Charles‐Dominique, GF Midgley, KW Tomlinson, WJ Bond
New Phytologist 218 (4), 1419-1429, 2018
Effects of fragmentation on the seed predation and dispersal by rodents differ among species with different seed size
Q Chen, KW Tomlinson, L Cao, B Wang
Integrative Zoology 12 (6), 468-476, 2017
Defence against vertebrate herbivores trades off into architectural and low nutrient strategies amongst savanna Fabaceae species
KW Tomlinson, F van Langevelde, D Ward, HHT Prins, S de Bie, ...
Oikos 125 (1), 126-136, 2016
Physiological regulation and efficient xylem water transport regulate diurnal water and carbon balances of tropical lianas
YJ Chen, SA Schnitzer, YJ Zhang, ZX Fan, G Goldstein, KW Tomlinson, ...
Functional Ecology 31 (2), 306-317, 2017
Does plant diversity increase top–down control of herbivorous insects in tropical forest?
B Leles, X Xiao, BO Pasion, A Nakamura, KW Tomlinson
Oikos 126 (8), 1142-1149, 2017
Alien plant invasions of protected areas in Java, Indonesia
M Padmanaba, KW Tomlinson, AC Hughes, RT Corlett
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
Effects of forests, roads and mistletoe on bird diversity in monoculture rubber plantations
R Sreekar, G Huang, M Yasuda, RC Quan, E Goodale, RT Corlett, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-9, 2016
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