Pedro J. Aphalo
Pedro J. Aphalo
Lecturer of Physiological Plant Ecology, University of Helsinki
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Do stomata respond to relative humidity?
PJ Aphalo, PG Jarvis
Plant, Cell & Environment 14 (1), 127-132, 1991
On the importance of information-acquiring systems in plant-plant interactions
PJ Aphalo, CL Ballare
Functional Ecology 9 (1), 5-14, 1995
Plant-plant signalling, the shade-avoidance response and competition
PJ Aphalo, CL Ballare, AL Scopel
Journal of Experimental Botany 50 (340), 1629-1634, 1999
Allocation of carbon to growth and secondary metabolites in birch seedlings under UV‐B radiation and CO2 exposure
A Lavola, R Julkunen‐Tiitto, TM de la Rosa, T Lehto, PJ Aphalo
Physiologia Plantarum 109 (3), 260-267, 2000
Multiple roles for UV RESISTANCE LOCUS8 in regulating gene expression and metabolite accumulation in Arabidopsis under solar ultraviolet radiation
LO Morales, M Brosché, J Vainonen, GI Jenkins, JJ Wargent, N Sipari, ...
Plant physiology 161 (2), 744-759, 2013
Effects of solar UV-A and UV-B radiation on gene expression and phenolic accumulation in Betula pendula leaves
LO Morales, R Tegelberg, M Brosché, M Keinänen, A Lindfors, PJ Aphalo
Tree Physiology 30 (7), 923-934, 2010
Secondary metabolites and nutrient concentrations in silver birch seedlings under five levels of daily UV‐B exposure and two relative nutrient addition rates
TM De La Rosa, R Julkunen‐Tiitto, T Lehto, PJ Aphalo
New Phytologist 150 (1), 121-131, 2001
The effects of long‐term elevated UV‐B on the growth and phenolics of field‐grown silver birch (Betula pendula)
R Tegelberg, R Julkunen‐Tiitto, PJ Aphalo
Global Change Biology 7 (7), 839-848, 2001
Nutrient availability and the effect of increasing UV-B radiation on secondary plant compounds in Scots pine
A Lavola, PJ Aphalo, M Lahti, R Julkunen-Tiitto
Environmental and Experimental Botany 49 (1), 49-60, 2003
Red: far‐red light ratio and UV‐B radiation: their effects on leaf phenolics and growth of silver birch seedlings
R Tegelberg, R Julkunen‐Tiitto, PJ Aphalo
Plant, Cell & Environment 27 (8), 1005-1013, 2004
Host-plant preference of an insect herbivore mediated by UV-B and CO2 in relation to plant secondary metabolites
A Lavola, R Julkunen-Tiitto, H Roininen, P Aphalo
Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 26 (1), 1-12, 1998
A link between ectoparasite infection and susceptibility to bacterial disease in rainbow trout
M Bandilla, ET Valtonen, LR Suomalainen, PJ Aphalo, T Hakalahti
International journal for parasitology 36 (9), 987-991, 2006
Field performance of silver-birch planting-stock grown at different spacing and in containers of different volume
P Aphalo, R Rikala
New Forests 25 (2), 93-108, 2003
The effect of UV-B radiation on UV-absorbing secondary metabolites in birch seedlings grown under simulated forest soil conditions
ANU Lavola, R Julkunen-Tiitto, P Aphalo, T de la Rosa, T Lehto
The New Phytologist 137 (4), 617-621, 1997
Solar UV-B radiation affects leaf quality and insect herbivory in the southern beech tree Nothofagus antarctica
MC Rousseaux, R Julkunen-Tiitto, PS Searles, AL Scopel, PJ Aphalo, ...
Oecologia 138 (4), 505-512, 2004
Growth and defense in deciduous trees and shrubs under UV-B
R Julkunen-Tiitto, H Häggman, PJ Aphalo, A Lavola, R Tegelberg, ...
Environmental Pollution 137 (3), 404-414, 2005
An analysis of Ball's empirical model of stomatal conductance
PJ Aphalo, PG Jarvis
Annals of Botany 72 (4), 321-327, 1993
Response of photosynthesis, stomatal conductance and water use efficiency to elevated CO2 and nutrient supply in acclimated seedlings of Phaseolus vulgaris L.
KM Radoglou, P Aphalo, PG Jarvis
Annals of Botany 70 (3), 257-264, 1992
Metabolite specific effects of solar UV‐A and UV‐B on alder and birch leaf phenolics
T Kotilainen, R Tegelberg, R JULKUNEN‐TIITTO, A Lindfors, PJ Aphalo
Global change biology 14 (6), 1294-1304, 2008
Effects of light quality on growth and N accumulation in birch seedlings
PJ Aphalo, T Lehto
Tree physiology 17 (2), 125-132, 1997
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