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David Eissenstat
David Eissenstat
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The ecology of root lifespan
DM Eissenstat, RD Yanai
Advances in ecological research 27, 1-60, 1997
10641997
Building roots in a changing environment: implications for root longevity
DM Eissenstat, CE Wells, RD Yanai, JL Whitbeck
The New Phytologist 147 (1), 33-42, 2000
9142000
Redefining fine roots improves understanding of below‐ground contributions to terrestrial biosphere processes
ML McCormack, IA Dickie, DM Eissenstat, TJ Fahey, CW Fernandez, ...
New Phytologist 207 (3), 505-518, 2015
8122015
Costs and benefits of constructing roots of small diameter
DM Eissenstat
Journal of plant nutrition 15 (6-7), 763-782, 1992
7351992
Linking litter calcium, earthworms and soil properties: a common garden test with 14 tree species
PB Reich, J Oleksyn, J Modrzynski, P Mrozinski, SE Hobbie, ...
Ecology letters 8 (8), 811-818, 2005
7122005
Comparisons of structure and life span in roots and leaves among temperate trees
JM Withington, PB Reich, J Oleksyn, DM Eissenstat
Ecological monographs 76 (3), 381-397, 2006
4602006
Marked differences in survivorship among apple roots of different diameters
CE Wells, DM Eissenstat
Ecology 82 (3), 882-892, 2001
4452001
Growth depression in mycorrhizal citrus at high-phosphorus supply (analysis of carbon costs)
S Peng, DM Eissenstat, JH Graham, K Williams, NC Hodge
Plant physiology 101 (3), 1063-1071, 1993
4251993
Evolutionary history resolves global organization of root functional traits
Z Ma, D Guo, X Xu, M Lu, RD Bardgett, DM Eissenstat, ML McCormack, ...
Nature 555 (7694), 94-97, 2018
3892018
Predicting fine root lifespan from plant functional traits in temperate trees
M Luke McCormack, TS Adams, EAH Smithwick, DM Eissenstat
New Phytologist 195 (4), 823-831, 2012
3662012
On the relationship between specific root length and the rate of root proliferation: a field study using citrus rootstocks
DM Eissenstat
New phytologist 118 (1), 63-68, 1991
3581991
Assessing root death and root system dynamics in a study of grape canopy pruning
LH Comas, DM Eissenstat, AN Lakso
The New Phytologist 147 (1), 171-178, 2000
3542000
Linking fine root traits to maximum potential growth rate among 11 mature temperate tree species
LH Comas, DM Eissenstat
Functional Ecology, 388-397, 2004
3472004
Fine root decomposition rates do not mirror those of leaf litter among temperate tree species
SE Hobbie, J Oleksyn, DM Eissenstat, PB Reich
Oecologia 162 (2), 505-513, 2010
2832010
Patterns in root trait variation among 25 co‐existing North American forest species
LH Comas, DM Eissenstat
New Phytologist 182 (4), 919-928, 2009
2632009
Changes in the risk of fine‐root mortality with age: a case study in peach, Prunus persica (Rosaceae)
CE Wells, DM Glenn, DM Eissenstat
American Journal of Botany 89 (1), 79-87, 2002
2452002
Linking root traits to potential growth rate in six temperate tree species
L Comas, T Bouma, D Eissenstat
Oecologia 132 (1), 34-43, 2002
2442002
Linking root traits to nutrient foraging in arbuscular mycorrhizal trees in a temperate forest
DM Eissenstat, JM Kucharski, M Zadworny, TS Adams, RT Koide
New Phytologist 208 (1), 114-124, 2015
2412015
Root morphology and mycorrhizal symbioses together shape nutrient foraging strategies of temperate trees
W Chen, RT Koide, TS Adams, JL DeForest, L Cheng, DM Eissenstat
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (31), 8741-8746, 2016
2322016
Seasonal timing of root growth in favorable microsites
DM Eissenstat, MM Caldwell
Ecology 69 (3), 870-873, 1988
2311988
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