1987 - Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences
Marinus J. A. Werger mainly investigates Botany, Canopy, Ecology, Photosynthesis and Agronomy. His research in Botany intersects with topics in Biomass and Horticulture. His research investigates the link between Canopy and topics such as Herbaceous plant that cross with problems in Carbon cycle.
His work on Standing crop, Shrub and Vegetation as part of general Ecology study is frequently linked to Desert and East Asia, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. The Photosynthetic capacity research he does as part of his general Photosynthesis study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Oryza sativa, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His studies deal with areas such as Rainforest and Leaf weight as well as Agronomy.
Marinus J. A. Werger mostly deals with Ecology, Botany, Agronomy, Plant ecology and Biomass. Marinus J. A. Werger studied Ecology and Forestry that intersect with Alpine plant, Understory and Floristics. His study in Botany is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nutrient and Horticulture.
His Agronomy study combines topics in areas such as Soil water and Thigmomorphogenesis. His work investigates the relationship between Plant ecology and topics such as Biodiversity that intersect with problems in Plant community. His Canopy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Photosynthesis, Herbaceous plant, Carex acutiformis, Leaf area index and Interception.
His primary areas of study are Ecology, Agronomy, Shrub, Botany and Species richness. Marinus J. A. Werger undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Ecology and East Asia in his work. His Agronomy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Thigmomorphogenesis, Nutrient and Life history theory.
Marinus J. A. Werger has included themes like Arid, Vital rates, Steppe and Photosynthesis in his Shrub study. His Botany study frequently involves adjacent topics like Seeding. His research on Species richness also deals with topics like
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Botany, East Asia, Plant species and Germination. His study in Climate change, National park, Conservation status, Global warming and Biome is carried out as part of his studies in Ecology. His study on Botany is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Anatomy.
Throughout his East Asia studies, Marinus J. A. Werger incorporates elements of other sciences such as Term, Humid subtropical climate, Species richness, Environmental niche modelling and Abundance. His Germination study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Serotiny, Herbaceous plant, Plant reproductive morphology and Pollination.
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Nitrogen use efficiency in instantaneous and daily photosynthesis of leaves in the canopy of a Solidago altissima stand
Tadaki Hirose;Marinus J. A. Werger.
Physiologia Plantarum (1987)
Patterns of light and nitrogen distribution in relation to whole canopy carbon gain in C3 and C4 mono- and dicotyledonous species.
N. P. R. Anten;N. P. R. Anten;F. Schieving;M. J. A. Werger.
Carbon cycling traits of plant species are linked with mycorrhizal strategy
J. H. C. Cornelissen;R. Aerts;B. Cerabolini;M. J. A. Werger.
Canopy structure and leaf nitrogen distribution in a stand of Lysimachia vulgaris L. as influenced by stand density.
T. Hirose;M. J. A. Werger;T. L. Pons;J. W. A. van Rheenen.
Author Correction: Identifying long-term stable refugia for relict plant species in East Asia.
Cindy Q. Tang;Tetsuya Matsui;Haruka Ohashi;Yi-Fei Dong.
Nature Communications (2018)
Canopy Structure and Photon Flux Partitioning Among Species in a Herbaceous Plant Community
Tadaki Hirose;Marinus J. A. Werger.
Foliar nutrients in relation to growth, allocation and leaf traits in seedlings of a wide range of woody plant species and types
J. H. C. Cornelissen;M. J. A. Werger;P. Castro-Díez;J. W. A. van Rheenen.
Functional traits of woody plants: correspondence of species rankings between field adults and laboratory-grown seedlings?
J.H.C. Cornelissen;B. Cerabolini;P. Castro-Díez;P. Villar-Salvador.
Journal of Vegetation Science (2003)
Life strategies of succulents in deserts : with special reference to the Namib desert
D. J. von Willert;B. M. Eller;M. J. A. Werger;E Brinckmann.
Light environment, sapling architecture, and leaf display in six rain forest tree species.
Lourens Poorter;Marinus J. A. Werger.
American Journal of Botany (1999)
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