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First International Symposium of SFB 607
"Mechanisms of Growth, Competition and Stress Defence in Plants"
February 13 - 14, 2001
Matyssek

Introduction  by the speaker of the SFB

 

Bazzaz

Global change and temperate forest response 

invited

Körner

Spinach answers of young trees...... 

invited

Grams

Quantifying Competition between Beech (Fagus sylvatica) and Norway Spruce (Picea abies) 

B 4 / B 5

Lötscher

Growth - respiration relationships for individuals in a hierarchically structured plant stand 

B 6

Schubert

Characterizing intrapopulational genetic variation of Norway spruce and quantifying root-associated micro-organisms by newly developed DNA markers 

A 9

Kellomäki

Management of boreal forests under changing climate 

invited

Beese

Ion dynamics in the rhizo- and mycosphere 

invited

Garbaye

The ectomycorrhizosphere of forest trees : stress management at the soil-root interface 

invited

Hartmann

Influence of elevated carbon dioxide and ozone on the soil microflora under spruce and beech and molecular approaches to characterize the soil microflora and mycorrhiza- associated bacterial community 

B 9

Raidl

Quantification of ectomycorrhizal mycelium 

B 7

Hansen

Phytophthora diseases in woody plants 

invited

Habermeyer

Effects of elevated ozone- and CO2-concentrations on the resistance pattern of two unequal susceptible potato- and barley-cultivars with regard to fungal parasites 

A 7

Fleischmann

Influences of Phytophthora pathogens on gas exchange and root growth of beech grown under different CO2 and nitrogen regimes 

A 6

Treutter

Competition between growth, secondary metabolism, and resistance of apple 

A 8

Henn

Carbon allocation in beech trees and developmental success of a herbivorous insect 

A 5

Kogel

Mechanisms in Pathogen Defense and their Relation with other Stress Responses 

invited

Gershenzon

The formation of terpenoid defense compounds in conifers in relation to physical and biological stresses 

invited

Kangasjärvi

Signaling and regulatory mechanisms in stress defense 

invited

Ernst

Ozone-, ethylene- and pathogen-induced gene regulation: Stilbene biosynthesis in pine 

A 1

Ehleringer

Stable isotopes and carbon cycle processes in forests 

invited

Kimmins

Hybrid simulation modelling: an optimum approach to forest ecosystem management modelling for certification and sustainability analysis? 

invited

Pretzsch

From Microprocesses to Landscape Simulation 

B 1

Grote

A conceptual model for individual tree development based on physiological processes 

C 3

Priesack

PLATHO a Plant Growth Model to Simulate Competition and Stress Defence 

C 2