Why Leaves Turn Red in Autumn. The Role of Anthocyanins in Senescing Leaves of Red-Osier Dogwood
Taylor S. Feild;David W. Lee;N. Michele Holbrook.
Plant Physiology (2001)
Why Leaves Are Sometimes Red
Kevin S. Gould;David N. Kuhn;David W. Lee;Steven F. Oberbauer.
Pigment dynamics and autumn leaf senescence in a New England deciduous forest, eastern USA
David W. Lee;David W. Lee;John O'Keefe;N. Michele Holbrook;Taylor S. Feild.
Ecological Research (2003)
Short-term changes in phosphorus storage in an oligotrophic Everglades wetland ecosystem receiving experimental nutrient enrichment
Gregory B. Noe;Dan Childers;Adreienne L. Edwards;Evelyn E. Gaiser.
Epidermal cells functioning as lenses in leaves of tropical rain-forest shade plants.
Richard A. Bone;David W. Lee;J. M. Norman.
Applied Optics (1985)
CORRELATES OF LEAF OPTICAL PROPERTIES IN TROPICAL FOREST SUN AND EXTREME-SHADE PLANTS
David W. Lee;Richard A. Bone;Sara L. Tarsis;David Storch.
American Journal of Botany (1990)
Effects of irradiance and spectral quality on leaf structure and function in seedlings of two Southeast Asian Hopea (Dipterocarpaceae) species.
David W. Lee;Steven F. Oberbauer;Paulette Johnson;Baskaran Krishnapilay.
American Journal of Botany (2000)
LEAF OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF RAINFOREST SUN AND EXTREME SHADE PLANTS
David W. Lee;Rita Graham.
American Journal of Botany (1986)
The spectral distribution of radiation in two neotropical rainforests
David W. Lee.
The Selective Advantages of Anthocyanins in Developing Leaves of Mango and Cacao
David W. Lee;Susan Brammeier;Alan P. Smith.
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