Joseph R. Stinziano
Joseph R. Stinziano
Canadian Food Inspection Agency
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Non-structural carbohydrates in woody plants compared among laboratories
AG Quentin, EA Pinkard, MG Ryan, DT Tissue, LS Baggett, HD Adams, ...
Tree physiology 35 (11), 1146-1165, 2015
Real-time measurement of metabolic rate during freezing and thawing of the wood frog, Rana sylvatica: implications for overwinter energy use
BJ Sinclair, JR Stinziano, CM Williams, HA MacMillan, KE Marshall, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (2), 292-302, 2013
The rapid A–Ci response: photosynthesis in the phenomic era
JR Stinziano, PB Morgan, DJ Lynch, AJ Saathoff, DK McDermitt, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 40 (8), 1256-1262, 2017
Rapid desiccation hardening changes the cuticular hydrocarbon profile of Drosophila melanogaster
JR Stinziano, RJ Sové, HD Rundle, BJ Sinclair
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2015
Combined effects of rising [CO2] and temperature on boreal forests: growth, physiology and limitations
JR Stinziano, DA Way
Botany 92 (6), 425-436, 2014
Warming delays autumn declines in photosynthetic capacity in a boreal conifer, Norway spruce (Picea abies)
JR Stinziano, NPA Hüner, DA Way
Tree Physiology 35 (12), 1303-1313, 2015
Effects of cold acclimation on rectal macromorphology, ultrastructure, and cytoskeletal stability in Gryllus pennsylvanicus crickets
LE Des Marteaux, JR Stinziano, BJ Sinclair
Journal of insect physiology 104, 15-24, 2018
Autumn photosynthetic decline and growth cessation in seedlings of white spruce are decoupled under warming and photoperiod manipulations
JR Stinziano, DA Way
Plant, Cell & Environment 40 (8), 1296-1316, 2017
How well do growing season dynamics of photosynthetic capacity correlate with leaf biochemistry and climate fluctuations?
DA Way, JR Stinziano, H Berghoff, R Oren
Tree Physiology 37 (7), 879-888, 2017
The rapid A/Ci response: a guide to best practices.
JR Stinziano, DK McDermitt, DJ Lynch, AJ Saathoff, PB Morgan, ...
New Phytologist 221 (2), 625-627, 2019
Improving models of photosynthetic thermal acclimation: Which parameters are most important and how many should be modified?
JR Stinziano, DA Way, WL Bauerle
Global Change Biology 24 (4), 1580-1598, 2018
A reporting format for leaf-level gas exchange data and metadata
KS Ely, A Rogers, DA Agarwal, EA Ainsworth, LP Albert, A Ali, J Anderson, ...
Ecological Informatics 61, 101232, 2021
Using the rapid A‐Ci response (RACiR) in the Li‐Cor 6400 to measure developmental gradients of photosynthetic capacity in poplar
EH Lawrence, JR Stinziano, DT Hanson
Plant, Cell & Environment 42 (2), 740-750, 2019
Using multirate rapid A/Ci curves as a tool to explore new questions in the photosynthetic physiology of plants
JR Stinziano, RK Adamson, DT Hanson
New Phytologist 222 (2), 785-792, 2019
Modelled net carbon gain responses to climate change in boreal trees: impacts of photosynthetic parameter selection and acclimation
JR Stinziano, WL Bauerle, DA Way
Global Change Biology 25 (4), 1445-1465, 2019
Warming induces divergent stomatal dynamics in co‐occurring boreal trees
ME Dusenge, EJ Ward, JM Warren, JR Stinziano, SD Wullschleger, ...
Global Change Biology 27 (13), 3079-3094, 2021
A derivation error that affects carbon balance models exists in the current implementation of the modified Arrhenius function
BK Murphy, JR Stinziano
New Phytologist 231 (6), 2371-2381, 2021
Photosynthetic capacity exhibits diurnal variation, implications for terrestrial biosphere models and gas exchange measurements
J Stinziano, M Harjoe, C Roback, N Toliver, A Rogers, DT Hanson
Authorea Preprints, 2020
Principles of resilient coding for plant ecophysiologists
JR Stinziano, C Roback, D Sargent, BK Murphy, PJ Hudson, CD Muir
AoB Plants 13 (5), plab059, 2021
A derivation error that affects carbon balance models exists in the current implementation of the modified Arrhenius function (vol 231, pg 2371, 2021)
BK Murphy, JR Stinziano
New Phytologist 231 (6), 2395-2397, 2021
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