Bibliographie of the project

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Ayaz, F. A., A. Kadioglu and R. Turgut (2000). "Water stress effects on the content of low molecular weight car-bohydrates and phenolic acids in Ctenanthe setosa (Rosc.) Eichler." Canadian Journal of Plant Science 80(2) : 373-378.
Berg, B. and R. Laskowski (2005). Litter Decomposition : A Guide to Carbon and Nutrient Turnover. Advances in Ecological Research, Academic Press. 38 : 1-428.
Bonanomi, G., M. G. Sicurezza, S. Caporaso, A. Esposito and S. Mazzoleni (2006). "Phytotoxicity dynamics of decaying plant materials." New Phytologist 169(3) : 571-578.
Chaves, N. and J. Escudero (1999). Variation of flavonoid synthesis
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Gartner, T. B. and Z. G. Cardon (2004). "Decomposition dynamics in mixed-species leaf litter." Oikos 104(2) : 230-246.
Guenther, A., C. N. Hewitt, D. Erickson, R. Fall, C. Geron, T. Graedel, P. Harley, L. Klinger, M. Lerdau, W. A. McKay, T. Pierce, B. Scholes, R. Steinbrecher, R. Tallamraju, J. Taylor and P. Zimmerman (1995). "A global-model of natural volatile organic-compound emissions." Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres 100(D5) : 8873-8892.
Hattenschwiler, S. and P. Gasser (2005). "Soil animals alter plant litter diversity effects on decomposition." Pro-ceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 102(5) : 1519-1524.
Herms, D. A. and W. J. Mattson (1992). "The Dilemma of Plants - to Grow or Defend." Quarterly Review of Biology 67(3) : 283-335.
Hura, T., K. Hura and S. Grzesiak (2009). "Leaf dehydration Induces different content of phenolics and ferulic acid in drought-resistant and -sensitive genotypes of spring triticale." Zeitschrift Fur Naturforschung Section C-a Journal of Biosciences 64(1-2) : 85-95.
Jonsson, L. M., J. Dighton, J. Lussenhop and R. T. Koide (2006). "The effect of mixing ground leaf litters to soil on the development of pitch pine ectomycorrhizal and soil arthropod communities in natural soil microcosm systems." Soil Biology & Biochemistry 38(1) : 134-144.
Kainulainen, P. and J. K. Holopainen (2002). "Concentrations of secondary compounds in Scots pine needles at different stages of decomposition." Soil Biology & Biochemistry 34(1) : 37-42.
Kainulainen, P., T. Holopainen and J. K. Holopainen (2003). "Decomposition of secondary compounds from needle litter of Scots pine grown under elevated CO2 and O-3." Global Change Biology 9(2) : 295-304.
Krinner, G., N. Viovy, N. de Noblet-Ducoudre, J. Ogee, J. Polcher, P. Friedlingstein, P. Ciais, S. Sitch and I. C. Prentice (2005). "A dynamic global vegetation model for studies of the coupled atmosphere-biosphere system." Global Biogeochemical Cycles 19(1).
Lambers, H., F. S. Chapin III and T. L. Pons, Eds. (1998). Plant physiological Ecology. New York, Springer-Verlag.
Lathiere, J., D. A. Hauglustaine, A. D. Friend, N. De Noblet-Ducoudre, N. Viovy and G. A. Folberth (2006). "Im-pact of climate variability and land use changes on global biogenic volatile organic compound emissions." Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 6 : 2129-2146.
Luxmoore, R. J., P. J. Hanson, J. J. Beauchamp and J. D. Joslin (1998). "Passive nighttime warming facility for forest ecosystem research." Tree Physiology 18 : 615-623.
Meier, C. L. and W. D. Bowman (2010). "Chemical composition and diversity influence non-additive effects of litter mixtures on soil carbon and nitrogen cycling : Implications for plant species loss." Soil Biology & Bio-chemistry 42(9) : 1447-1454.
Misson, L., J. M. Limousin, R. Rodriguez and M. G. Letts (2010). "Leaf physiological responses to extreme droughts in Mediterranean Quercus ilex forest." Plant Cell and Environment 33(11) : 1898-1910.
Navarro-Cano, J. A. (2008). "Effect of grass litter on seedling recruitment of the critically endangered Cistus heterophyllus in Spain." Flora 203(8) : 663-668.
Ormeño, E., V. Baldy, C. Ballini, M. Larchevêque, C. Périssol and C. Fernandez (2006). "Effects of environmental factors and leaf chemistry on leaf litter colonization by fungi in a Mediterranean shrubland." Pedobiologia : 1-10.
Pedrol, N., L. Gonzalez and M. J. Reigosa (2006). Allelopathy and abiotic stress. Allelopathy : A Physiological Process with Ecological Implications. Netherlands, Springer : 171-209.
Pellissier, F., C. Gallet and X. C. Souto (2002). Allelopathic interaction in forest ecosystems.
Schimel, J. P., R. G. Cates and R. Ruess (1998). "The role of balsam poplar secondary chemicals in controlling soil nutrient dynamics through succession in the Alaskan taiga." Biogeochemistry 42(1-2) : 221-234.
Treutter, D. (2006). "Significance of flavonoids in plant resistance : a review." Environmental Chemistry Letters 4(3) : 147-157.
Unger, S., C. Máguas, J. S. Pereira, L. M. Aires, T. S. David and C. Werner (2009). "Partitioning carbon fluxes in a Mediterranean oak forest to disentangle changes in ecosystem sink strength during drought." Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 149(6-7) : 949-961.
Walther, G., E. Post, P. Convey, A. Menzel, C. Parmesan, T. Beebee, J. Fromentin, O. Hoegh-Goldberg and B. F (2002 ). "Ecological responses to recent climate change." Nature 416 : 389–395.
Yazaki, K. (2006). "ABC transporters involved in the transport of plant secondary metabolites." FEBS Letters 580(4) : 1183-1191.
Zhou, T., P. Shi, D. Hui and Y. Luo (2009). "Global pattern of temperature sensitivity of soil heterotrophic respiration (Q(10)) and its implications for carbon-climate feedback." Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 114.


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