Line Lapointe
Line Lapointe
Department of Biology, Laval University
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How phenology influences physiology in deciduous forest spring ephemerals
L Lapointe
Physiologia plantarum 113 (2), 151-157, 2001
Soil pH-induced changes in root colonization, diversity, and reproduction of symbiotic arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi from healthy and declining maple forests
AP Coughlan, Y Dalpé, L Lapointe, Y Piché
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30 (10), 1543-1554, 2000
Carbon partitioning in a split‐root system of arbuscular mycorrhizal plants is fungal and plant species dependent
S Lerat, L Lapointe, S Gutjahr, Y Piché, H Vierheilig
New Phytologist 157 (3), 589-595, 2003
14C transfer between the spring ephemeral Erythronium americanum and sugar maple saplings via arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in natural stands
S Lerat, R Gauci, JG Catford, H Vierheilig, Y Piché, L Lapointe
Oecologia 132 (2), 181-187, 2002
The plant ionome revisited by the nutrient balance concept
SÉ Parent, LE Parent, JJ Egozcue, DE Rozane, A Hernandes, L Lapointe, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 4, 39, 2013
SYN2 is an autism predisposing gene: loss-of-function mutations alter synaptic vesicle cycling and axon outgrowth
A Corradi, M Fadda, A Piton, L Patry, A Marte, P Rossi, M Cadieux-Dion, ...
Human molecular genetics 23 (1), 90-103, 2014
Impact of tree leaf phenology on growth rates and reproduction in the spring flowering species Trillium erectum (Liliaceae)
MC Routhier, L Lapointe
American Journal of Botany 89 (3), 500-505, 2002
Variable carbon-sink strength of different Glomus mosseae strains colonizing barley roots
S Lerat, L Lapointe, Y Piché, H Vierheilig
Canadian Journal of Botany 81 (8), 886-889, 2003
Limited carbohydrate availability as a potential cause of fruit abortion in Rubus chamaemorus
D Jean, L Lapointe
Physiologia Plantarum 112 (3), 379-387, 2001
Costs and benefits of mycorrhizal infection in a spring ephemeral, Erythronium americanum
L Lapointe, J Molard
The New Phytologist 135 (3), 491-500, 1997
Annual growth of the spring ephemeral Erythronium americanum as a function of temperature and mycorrhizal status
L Lapointe, S Lerat
Botany 84 (1), 39-48, 2006
The alternative respiratory pathway allows sink to cope with changes in carbon availability in the sink-limited plant Erythronium americanum
A Gandin, L Lapointe, P Dizengremel
Journal of experimental botany 60 (15), 4235-4248, 2009
Fruit development in Trillium: dependence on stem carbohydrate reserves
L Lapointe
Plant Physiology 117 (1), 183-188, 1998
Effects of temperature on the growth of spring ephemerals: Crocus vernus
MA Badri, PEH Minchin, L Lapointe
Physiologia Plantarum 130 (1), 67-76, 2007
Slow responses of understory plants of maple-dominated forests to white-tailed deer experimental exclusion
A Collard, L Lapointe, JP Ouellet, M Crête, A Lussier, C Daigle, SD Côté
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (5), 649-662, 2010
Invader disruption of belowground plant mutualisms reduces carbon acquisition and alters allocation patterns in a native forest herb
AN Hale, L Lapointe, S Kalisz
New Phytologist 209 (2), 542-549, 2016
Source–sink imbalance increases with growth temperature in the spring geophyte Erythronium americanum
A Gandin, S Gutjahr, P Dizengremel, L Lapointe
Journal of experimental botany 62 (10), 3467-3479, 2011
Low temperature maximizes growth of Crocus vernus (L.) Hill via changes in carbon partitioning and corm development
M Lundmark, V Hurry, L Lapointe
Journal of Experimental Botany 60 (7), 2203-2213, 2009
Non-native anecic earthworms (Lumbricus terrestris L.) reduce seed germination and seedling survival of temperate and boreal trees species
M Drouin, R Bradley, L Lapointe, J Whalen
Applied Soil Ecology 75, 145-149, 2014
Spatiotemporal dynamics of Floerkea proserpinacoides (Limnanthaceae), an annual plant of the deciduous forest of eastern North America
G Houle, MF McKenna, L Lapointe
American Journal of Botany 88 (4), 594-607, 2001
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