Elina Vapaavuori focuses on Botany, Carbon dioxide, Photosynthesis, Horticulture and Lignin. Her study in Phenols extends to Botany with its themes. Her work focuses on many connections between Photosynthesis and other disciplines, such as Nutrient, that overlap with her field of interest in Competition and Stomatal density.
Her Horticulture research includes elements of Biomass and Clone. Her Growing season research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental factor, Freezing tolerance and Shoot. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chlorophyll and Chlorophyll fluorescence.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Botany, Horticulture, Scots pine, Betula pendula and Photosynthesis. Her work carried out in the field of Botany brings together such families of science as Nutrient and Carbon dioxide. Woody plant and Salicaceae is closely connected to Agronomy in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Nutrient.
The concepts of her Horticulture study are interwoven with issues in Lignin and Seasonality. Her Scots pine research integrates issues from Membrane, Acclimatization and Spring. Her research in Photosynthesis intersects with topics in Senescence and Gene expression.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Botany, Betula pendula, Horticulture, Agronomy and Growing season. Her study in Botany is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Carbon dioxide and Plant litter. Elina Vapaavuori has included themes like Water stress, Dry weight and Plant physiology in her Betula pendula study.
Within one scientific family, Elina Vapaavuori focuses on topics pertaining to Ecosystem under Horticulture, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Trembling aspen and Radial growth. Her Agronomy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Acclimatization and Woody plant. The study incorporates disciplines such as Waterlogging and Scots pine in addition to Growing season.
Elina Vapaavuori mostly deals with Botany, Betulaceae, Horticulture, Betula pendula and Growing season. Her Botany study incorporates themes from Microarray, Carbon dioxide and Agronomy. Elina Vapaavuori has researched Carbon dioxide in several fields, including Leaf size, Cuticle, Environmental factor and Trichome.
Her Horticulture research incorporates elements of Trembling aspen, Ecosystem and Radial growth. Her research integrates issues of Perennial plant, Dry weight, Forest ecology and Adaptability in her study of Betula pendula. Her Growing season research includes themes of Respiration, Seedling, Cold hardening and Stomatal conductance.
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Tropospheric O3 moderates responses of temperate hardwood forests to elevated CO2: a synthesis of molecular to ecosystem results from the Aspen FACE project
D. F. Karnosky;D. R. Zak;K. S. Pregitzer;K. S. Pregitzer;C. S. Awmack.
Functional Ecology (2003)
Physiology of carbon allocation in trees
Tom Ericsson;Lars Rytter;Elina Vapaavuori.
Biomass & Bioenergy (1996)
HERBIVORE RESISTANCE IN BETULA PENDULA: EFFECT OF FERTILIZATION, DEFOLIATION, AND PLANT GENOTYPE
Pia Mutikainen;Pia Mutikainen;Mari Walls;Jari Ovaska;Jari Ovaska;Markku Keinänen.
Effects of root temperature on growth and photosynthesis in conifer seedlings during shoot elongation.
E. M. Vapaavuori;R. Rikala;A. Ryyppö.
Tree Physiology (1992)
Stomatal density, anatomy and nutrient concentrations of Scots pine needles are affected by elevated CO2 and temperature
Eeva-Maria Luomala;Kaisa Laitinen;Sirkka Sutinen;Seppo Kellomäki.
Plant Cell and Environment (2005)
TRADE-OFFS IN PHENOLIC METABOLISM OF SILVER BIRCH: EFFECTS OF FERTILIZATION, DEFOLIATION, AND GENOTYPE
Markku Keinänen;Riitta Julkunen-Tiitto;Pia Mutikainen;Pia Mutikainen;Mari Walls.
Effects of freeze-thaw injury on parameters of distributed electrical circuits of stems and needles of Scots pine seedlings at different stages of acclimation
Tapani Repo;M.I.N. Zhang;Aija Ryyppö;Elina Vapaavuori.
Journal of Experimental Botany (1994)
Structural characteristics and chemical composition of birch (Betula pendula) leaves are modified by increasing CO2 and ozone
Elina Oksanen;Johanna Riikonen;Johanna Riikonen;Seija Kaakinen;Toini Holopainen.
Global Change Biology (2005)
Accumulation of phenolic compounds in birch leaves is changed by elevated carbon dioxide and ozone
Petri A. Peltonen;Petri A. Peltonen;Elina Vapaavuori;Riitta Julkunen-tiitto.
Global Change Biology (2005)
Development of freezing tolerance in roots and shoots of Scots pine seedlings at nonfreezing temperatures
Aija Ryyppö;Tapani Repo;Elina Vapaavuori.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (1998)
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