Publikationen von Iris Kuhlmann

Zeitschriftenartikel (11)

Zarov, E. A.; Lapshina, E. D.; Kuhlmann, I.; Schulze, E. D.: Carbon accumulation and the possibility of carbon losses by vertical movement of dissolved organic carbon in Western Siberian peatlands. Forests 14 (12), 2393 (2023)
Herrera-Ramirez, D.; Hartmann, H.; Römermann, C.; Trumbore, S. E.; Muhr, J.; Maracahipes-Santos, L.; Brando, P.; Silvério, D.; Huang, J.; Kuhlmann, I. et al.; Sierra, C. A.: Anatomical distribution of starch in the stemwood influences carbon dynamics and suggests storage-growth trade-offs in some tropical trees. Journal of Ecology 111 (11), S. 2532 - 2548 (2023)
Hilman, B.; Muhr, J.; Helm, J.; Kuhlmann, I.; Schulze, E. D.; Trumbore, S. E.: The size and the age of the metabolically active carbon in tree roots. Plant, Cell and Environment 44 (8), S. 2522 - 2535 (2021)
D'Andrea, E.; Rezaie, N.; Battistelli, A.; Gavrichkova, O.; Kuhlmann, I.; Matteucci, G.; Moscatello, S.; Proietti, S.; Scartazza, A.; Trumbore, S. E. et al.; Muhr, J.: Winter's bite: beech trees survive complete defoliation due to spring late-frost damage by mobilizing old C reserves. New Phytologist 224 (2), S. 625 - 631 (2019)
Landhäusser, S. M.; Chow, P. S.; Dickman, L. T.; Furze, M. E.; Kuhlmann, I.; Schmid, S.; Wiesenbauer, J.; Wild, B.; Gleixner, G.; Hartmann, H. et al.; Hoch, G.; McDowell, N. G.; Richardson, A. D.; Richter, A.; Adams, H. D.: Standardized protocols and procedures can precisely and accurately quantify non-structural carbohydrates. Tree Physiology 38 (12), S. 1764 - 1778 (2018)
Schulze, E. D.; Lapshina, E.; Filippov, I.; Kuhlmann, I.; Mollicone, D.: Carbon dynamics in boreal peatlands of the Yenisey region, western Siberia. Biogeosciences 12 (23), S. 7057 - 7070 (2015)
Quentin, A. G.; Pinkard, E. A.; Ryan, M. G.; Tissue, D. T.; Baggett, L. S.; Adams, H. D.; Maillard, P.; Marchand, J.; Landhäusser, S. M.; Lacointe, A. et al.; Gibon, Y.; Anderegg, W. R.L.; Asao, S.; Atkin, O. K.; Bonhomme, M.; Claye, C.; Chow, P. S.; Clément-Vidal, A.; Davies, N. W.; Dickman, L. T.; Dumbur, R.; Ellsworth, D. S.; Falk, K.; Galiano, L.; Grünzweig, J. M.; Hartmann, H.; Hoch, G.; Hood, S.; Jones, J. E.; Koike, T.; Kuhlmann, I.; Lloret, F.; Maestro, M.; Mansfield, S. D.; Martínez-Vilalta, J.; Maucourt, M.; McDowell, N. G.; Moing, A.; Muller, B.; Nebauer, S. G.; Niinemets, Ü.; Palacio, S.; Piper, F.; Raveh, E.; Richter, A.; Rolland, G.; Rosas, T.; Joanis, B. S.; Sala, A.; Smith, R. A.; Sterck, F.; Stinziano, J. R.; Tobias, M.; Unda, F.; Watanabe, M.; Way, D. A.; Weerasinghe, L. K.; Wild, B.; Wiley, E.; Woodruff, D. R.: Non-structural carbohydrates in woody plants compared among laboratories. Tree Physiology 35 (11), S. 1146 - 1165 (2015)
Quesada, C. A.; Lloyd, J.; Schwarz, M.; Patiño, S.; Baker, T. R.; Czimczik, C.; Fyllas, N. M.; Martinelli, L.; Nardoto, G. B.; Schmerler, J. et al.; Santos, A. J. B.; Hodnett, M. G.; Herrera, R.; Luizão, F. J.; Arneth, A.; Lloyd, G.; Dezzeo, N.; Hilke, I.; Kuhlmann, I.; Raessler, M.; Brand, W. A.; Geilmann, H.; Moraes, J. O.; Carvalho, F. P.; Araujo, R. N.; Chaves, J. E.; Cruz, O. F.; Pimentel, T. P.; Paiva, R.: Variations in chemical and physical properties of Amazon forest soils in relation to their genesis. Biogeosciences 7 (5), S. 1515 - 1541 (2010)
Turner, N. C.; Schulze, E. D.; Nicolle, D.; Kuhlmann, I.: Growth in two common gardens reveals species by environment interaction in carbon isotope discrimination of Eucalyptus. Tree Physiology 30 (6), S. 741 - 747 (2010)
Turner, N. C.; Schulze, E. D.; Nicolle, D.; Schumacher, J.; Kuhlmann, I.: Annual rainfall does not directly determine the carbon isotope ratio of leaves of Eucalyptus species. Physiologia Plantarum 132 (4), S. 440 - 445 (2008)
Schulze, B.; Wirth, C.; Linke, P.; Brand, W. A.; Kuhlmann, I.; Horna, V.; Schulze, E.-D.: Laser ablation-combustion-GC-IRMS - a new method for online analysis of intra-annual variation of δ 13C in tree rings. Tree Physiology 24 (11), S. 1193 - 1201 (2004)

Konferenzbeitrag (1)

Lapshina, E.; Schulze, E. D.; Filippov, I. V.; Kuhlmann, I.: The downward movement of dissolved organic carbon exists in the boreal petlands of West Siberia. In: Proceedings of the Fourth International Field Symposium, Novosibirsk. Section 2. Carbon Cycle in Mire Ecosystems, S. 145 - 147. (2014)
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