Her main research concerns Xylem, Botany, Ecology, Cambium and Horticulture. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Xylem, Photosynthesis are connected with Range and Tree line and other disciplines. The Tracheid, Picea abies, Growing season and Abies balsamea research she does as part of her general Botany study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Cell Enlargement, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Her biological study deals with issues like Environmental factor, which deal with fields such as Meristem. Her Taiga, Plant ecology and Forest ecology study in the realm of Ecology connects with subjects such as Carbon sequestration. She focuses mostly in the field of Horticulture, narrowing it down to topics relating to Phenology and, in certain cases, Mature cell.
Her primary areas of study are Xylem, Black spruce, Phenology, Botany and Ecology. Her primary area of study in Xylem is in the field of Cambium. The study incorporates disciplines such as Global warming, Canopy, Atmospheric sciences and Agronomy in addition to Black spruce.
Annie Deslauriers interconnects Boreal, Growing season and Annual growth cycle of grapevines in the investigation of issues within Phenology. Her study explores the link between Botany and topics such as Horticulture that cross with problems in Photosynthesis and Irrigation. The Ecology study which covers Northern Hemisphere that intersects with Temperate climate.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Phenology, Black spruce, Ecology, Agronomy and Atmospheric sciences. Her Phenology research includes elements of Shoot, Horticulture and Growing season. Her Black spruce research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Xylem and Balsam.
The concepts of her Xylem study are interwoven with issues in Herbaceous plant, Meristem and Plant physiology. Her research on Balsam often connects related areas such as Cambium. Her work on Global warming as part of general Ecology research is frequently linked to Endogenous Factors, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Annie Deslauriers mostly deals with Phenology, Black spruce, Ecology, Choristoneura fumiferana and Global warming. As part of the same scientific family, Annie Deslauriers usually focuses on Phenology, concentrating on Northern Hemisphere and intersecting with Boreal, Temperate climate, Picea abies and Climate change. Her work carried out in the field of Black spruce brings together such families of science as Secondary growth, Cell wall, Animal science and Annual growth cycle of grapevines.
Annie Deslauriers has included themes like Division, Meristem and Plant physiology in her Ecology study. Her Choristoneura fumiferana studies intersect with other subjects such as Taiga, Balsam, Growing season, Horticulture and Shoot. The Global warming study combines topics in areas such as Trophic level, Forest ecology, Herbivore and Biogeochemical cycle.
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Critical temperatures for xylogenesis in conifers of cold climates
Sergio Rossi;Sergio Rossi;Sergio Rossi;Annie Deslauriers;Annie Deslauriers;Jozica Gricar;Jeong-Wook Seo.
Global Ecology and Biogeography (2008)
Evidence of threshold temperatures for xylogenesis in conifers at high altitudes
Sergio Rossi;Annie Deslauriers;Tommaso Anfodillo;Vinicio Carraro.
Conifers in cold environments synchronize maximum growth rate of tree-ring formation with day length.
Sergio Rossi;Annie Deslauriers;Annie Deslauriers;Tommaso Anfodillo;Hubert Morin.
New Phytologist (2006)
Cellular phenology of annual ring formation of Abies balsamea in the Quebec boreal forest (Canada)
Annie Deslauriers;Hubert Morin;Yves Begin.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2003)
Daily weather response of balsam fir (Abies balsamea (L.) Mill.) stem radius increment from dendrometer analysis in the boreal forests of Québec (Canada)
Annie Deslauriers;Hubert Morin;Carlo Urbinati;Marco Carrer.
Trees-structure and Function (2003)
Cambial phenology, wood formation and temperature thresholds in two contrasting years at high altitude in southern Italy.
Annie Deslauriers;Sergio Rossi;Tommaso Anfodillo;Antonio Saracino.
Tree Physiology (2008)
Application of the Gompertz equation for the study of xylem cell development
S. Rossi;A. Deslauriers;H. Morin.
ASSESSMENT OF CAMBIAL ACTIVITY AND XYLOGENESIS BY MICROSAMPLING TREE SPECIES: AN EXAMPLE AT THE ALPINE TIMBERLINE
Sergio Rossi;Annie Deslauriers;Tommaso Anfodillo.
Iawa Journal (2006)
Age‐dependent xylogenesis in timberline conifers
Sergio Rossi;Annie Deslauriers;Tommaso Anfodillo;Marco Carrer.
New Phytologist (2008)
Intra-annual tracheid production in balsam fir stems and the effect of meteorological variables
Annie Deslauriers;Annie Deslauriers;Hubert Morin.
Trees-structure and Function (2005)
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