Adrie van der Werf
Adrie van der Werf
Agrosystems Research, Wageningen UR
Verified email at wur.nl
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Nonlinear temperature effects indicate severe damages to US crop yields under climate change
W Schlenker, MJ Roberts
Proceedings of the National Academy of sciences 106 (37), 15594-15598, 2009
21412009
Challenging Theophrastus: a common core list of plant traits for functional ecology
E Weiher, A Van Der Werf, K Thompson, M Roderick, E Garnier, ...
Journal of vegetation science 10 (5), 609-620, 1999
10451999
Is inherent variation in RGR determined by LAR at low irradiance and by NAR at high irradiance? A review of herbaceous species
H Poorter, A Van der Werf
Inherent variation in plant growth. Physiological mechanisms and ecological …, 1998
3011998
Monitoring and evaluating soil quality
J Bloem, AJ Schouten, SJ Sørensen, M Rutgers, AK Werf, AM Breure
Microbiological methods for assessing soil quality, 2006
276*2006
Respiratory energy costs for the maintenance of biomass, for growth and for ion uptake in roots of Carex diandra and Carex acutiformis
A van der Werf, A Kooijman, R Welschen, H Lambers
Physiologia Plantarum 72 (3), 483-491, 1988
2001988
Respiratory energy requirements of roots vary with the potential growth rate of a plant species
H Poorter, A Van der Werf, OK Atkin, H Lambers
Physiologia Plantarum 83 (3), 469-475, 1991
1941991
No evidence for substantial aerobic methane emission by terrestrial plants: a 13C‐labelling approach
TA Dueck, R De Visser, H Poorter, S Persijn, A Gorissen, W De Visser, ...
New Phytologist 175 (1), 29-35, 2007
1872007
Carbon allocation to shoots and roots in relation to nitrogen supply is mediated by cytokinins and sucrose: opinion
A Van der Werf, OW Nagel
Plant and Soil 185 (1), 21-32, 1996
1611996
Contribution of physiological and morphological plant traits to a species' competitive ability at high and low nitrogen supply
A van der Werf, M van Nuenen, AJ Visser, H Lambers
Oecologia 94 (3), 434-440, 1993
1461993
Analyses of growth based on net assimilation rate and nitrogen productivity: their physiological background
H Lambers, AHJ Freijsen, H Poorter, T Hirose, AK Van der Werf
Causes and consequences of variation in growth rate and productivity of …, 1990
1391990
Evidence for optimal partitioning of biomass and nitrogen at a range of nitrogen availabilities for a fast-and slow-growing species
A Van der Werf, AJ Visser, F Schieving, H Lambers
Functional Ecology, 63-74, 1993
1241993
Photosynthetic nitrogen use efficiency of inherently low-and fast-growing species: possible explanations for observed differences
TL Pons
A whole plant perspective on carbon-nitrogen interactions, 61-77, 1994
911994
Growth analysis and photoassimilate partitioning
A Van der Werf
Photoassimilate Distribution in Plants and Crops: Source–Sink Relationships …, 1996
711996
Respiration as dependent on a species' inherent growth rate and on the nitrogen supply to the plant
A Van der Werf, H Poorter, H Lambers
A whole plant perspective on carbon–nitrogen interactions. The Hague: SPB …, 1994
711994
Carbon use in root respiration as affected by elevated atmospheric O2
H Lambers, I Stulen, A Wert
Plant and Soil 187 (2), 251-263, 1995
681995
Importance of the gradient in photosynthetically active radiation in a vegetation stand for leaf nitrogen allocation in two monocotyledons
TL Pons, H Rijnberk, I Scheurwater, A Werf
Oecologia 95 (3), 416-424, 1993
651993
Root respiration and growth in Plantago major as affected by vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal infection
R Baas, A van der Werf, H Lambers
Plant Physiology 91 (1), 227-232, 1989
631989
The importance of relative growth rate and associated traits for competition between species during vegetation succession
A van der Werf, R Geerts, FHH Jacobs, H Korevaar, MJM Oomes, ...
Inherent variation in plant growth. Physiological mechanisms and ecological …, 1998
611998
Functional significance of shade-induced leaf senescence in dense canopies: an experimental test using transgenic tobacco
A Boonman, NPR Anten, TA Dueck, WJRM Jordi, A van der Werf, ...
The American Naturalist 168 (5), 597-607, 2006
602006
Respiratory losses increase with decreasing inherent growth rate of a species and with decreasing nitrate supply: a search for explanations for these observations
A Van der Werf, R Welschen, H Lambers
Molecular, biochemical and physiological aspects of plant respiration, 421-432, 1992
601992
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