Sylvain Delagrange
TitleCited byYear
Physiological, morphological and allocational plasticity in understory deciduous trees: importance of plant size and light availability
S Delagrange, C Messier, MJ Lechowicz, P Dizengremel
Tree physiology 24 (7), 775-784, 2004
1482004
Do understory sapling respond to both light and below-ground competition?: a field experiment in a north-eastern American hardwood forest and a literature review
JP Ricard, C Messier, S Delagrange, M Beaudet
Annals of Forest Science 60 (8), 749-756, 2003
792003
Does shade improve light interception efficiency? A comparison among seedlings from shade‐tolerant and‐intolerant temperate deciduous tree species
S Delagrange, P Montpied, E Dreyer, C Messier, H Sinoquet
New Phytologist 172 (2), 293-304, 2006
652006
BAAD: a Biomass And Allometry Database for woody plants
DS Falster, RA Duursma, JL Baltzer, C Baraloto, M Battaglia, JJ Battles, ...
Ecological Society of America, 2015
542015
Growth, allocation and leaf gas exchanges of hybrid poplar plants in their establishment phase on previously forested sites: effect of different vegetation management techniques
L Coll, C Messier, S Delagrange, F Berninger
Annals of Forest Science 64 (3), 275-285, 2007
522007
Reconstruction and analysis of a deciduous sapling using digital photographs or terrestrial-LiDAR technology
S Delagrange, P Rochon
Annals of botany 108 (6), 991-1000, 2011
502011
Root architecture and allocation patterns of eight native tropical species with different successional status used in open-grown mixed plantations in Panama
L Coll, C Potvin, C Messier, S Delagrange
Trees 22 (4), 585, 2008
402008
Linking multiple-level tree traits with biomass accumulation in native tree species used for reforestation in Panama
S Delagrange, C Potvin, C Messier, L Coll
Trees 22 (3), 337-349, 2008
382008
Establishment, survivorship, and growth of yellow birch seedlings after site preparation treatments in large gaps
F Lorenzetti, S Delagrange, D Bouffard, P Nolet
Forest Ecology and Management 254 (2), 350-361, 2008
372008
Traits to stay, traits to move: a review of functional traits to assess sensitivity and adaptive capacity of temperate and boreal trees to climate change
I Aubin, AD Munson, F Cardou, PJ Burton, N Isabel, JH Pedlar, ...
Environmental Reviews 24 (2), 164-186, 2016
352016
PypeTree: a tool for reconstructing tree perennial tissues from point clouds
S Delagrange, C Jauvin, P Rochon
Sensors 14 (3), 4271-4289, 2014
352014
Assessing the potential of low-cost 3D cameras for the rapid measurement of plant woody structure
C Nock, O Taugourdeau, S Delagrange, C Messier
Sensors 13 (12), 16216-16233, 2013
322013
Light-and seasonal-induced plasticity in leaf morphology, N partitioning and photosynthetic capacity of two temperate deciduous species
S Delagrange
Environmental and Experimental Botany 70 (1), 1-10, 2011
312011
How fresh is maple syrup? Sugar maple trees mobilize carbon stored several years previously during early springtime sap‐ascent
J Muhr, C Messier, S Delagrange, S Trumbore, X Xu, H Hartmann
New Phytologist 209 (4), 1410-1416, 2016
272016
Relationship between canopy disturbance history and current sapling density of Fagus grandifolia and Acer saccharum in a northern hardwood landscape
P Nolet, D Bouffard, F Doyon, S Delagrange
Canadian journal of forest research 38 (2), 216-225, 2008
262008
The successional status of sugar maple (Acer saccharum), revisited
P Nolet, S Delagrange, D Bouffard, F Doyon, E Forget
Annals of Forest Science 65 (2), 1, 2008
242008
Ten-year response of northern hardwood stands to commercial selection cutting in southern Quebec, Canada
E Forget, P Nolet, F Doyon, S Delagrange, Y Jardon
Forest ecology and management 242 (2-3), 764-775, 2007
242007
Birch and conifer deadwood favour early establishment and shade tolerance in yellow birch juveniles growing in sugar maple dominated stands
JB Lambert, A Ameztegui, S Delagrange, C Messier
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 46 (1), 114-121, 2015
102015
American beech and sugar maple sapling relative abundance and growth are not modified by light availability following partial and total canopy disturbances
K Bannon, S Delagrange, N Bélanger, C Messier
Canadian journal of forest research 45 (6), 632-638, 2015
82015
Vegetation Control Treatments to Favor Naturally Regenerated Betula alleghaniensis Saplings Following Seed‐Tree Cut: Sapling Monitoring Two Years after …
D Bouffard, P Nolet, S Delagrange, F Lorenzetti, S Yamasaki
Restoration ecology 15 (4), 679-687, 2007
72007
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