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  1. Agostinelli M, Cleary M, Martín JA, Albrectsen BR, Witzell J. Pedunculate Oaks (Quercus robur L.) Differing in Vitality as Reservoirs for Fungal Biodiversity. Frontiers in microbiology. 2018;9:1758-.
  2. Akhter S, Kretzschmar WW, Nordal V, Delhomme N, Street NR, Nilsson O, et al. Integrative Analysis of Three RNA Sequencing Methods Identifies Mutually Exclusive Exons of MADS-Box Isoforms During Early Bud Development in Picea abies. Frontiers in plant science. 2018;9:1625-.
  3. Alander B, Capezza AJ, Wu Q, Johansson E, Olsson RT, Hedenqvist MS. A facile way of making inexpensive rigid and soft protein biofoams with rapid liquid absorption. Industrial Crops and Products. 2018;119:41-8.
  4. Albrectsen BR, Siddique AB, Decker VHG, Unterseher M, Robinson KM. Both plant genotype and herbivory shape aspen endophyte communities. Oecologia. 2018;187(2):535-45.
  5. Andersson Gull B, Persson T, Fedorkov A, Mullin T. Longitudinal differences in Scots pine shoot elongation2018.
  6. Andersson M, Turesson H, Arrivault S, Zhang Y, Fält AS, Fernie AR, et al. Inhibition of plastid PPase and NTT leads to major changes in starch and tuber formation in potato. J Exp Bot. 2018;69(8):1913-24.
  7. Andersson M, Turesson H, Olsson N, Fält AS, Ohlsson P, Gonzalez MN, et al. Genome editing in potato via CRISPR-Cas9 ribonucleoprotein delivery. Physiol Plant. 2018;164(4):378-84.
  8. Avin-Wittenberg T, Baluška F, Bozhkov PV, Elander PH, Fernie AR, Galili G, et al. Autophagy-related approaches for improving nutrient use efficiency and crop yield protection. J Exp Bot. 2018;69(6):1335-53.
  9. Böhlenius H, Asp H, Hjelm K. Differences in Al sensitivity affect establishment of Populus genotypes on acidic forest land. PLoS One. 2018;13(9):e0204461.
  10. Böhlenius H, Fransson T, Holmström E, Salk C. Influence of Cutting Type and Fertilization in Production of Containerized Poplar Plants. Forests. 2017;8(5).
  11. Bommarco R, Vico G, Hallin S. Exploiting ecosystem services in agriculture for increased food security. Global Food Security. 2018;17:57-63.
  12. Bozhkov PV. Plant autophagy: mechanisms and functions. J Exp Bot. 2018;69(6):1281-5.
  13. Bradshaw RHW, Ingvarsson PK, Rosvall O. The ecological consequences of using clones in forestry. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research. 2019:1-10.
  14. Nsibande BE, Gustavsson K-E, Zhu L-H. Analysis of Health-Associated Phytochemical Compounds in Seven <i>Hypoxis</i> Species. American Journal of Plant Sciences. 2018;Vol.09No.04:13.
  15. Ceresino EB, de Melo RR, Kuktaite R, Hedenqvist MS, Zucchi TD, Johansson E, et al. Transglutaminase from newly isolated Streptomyces sp. CBMAI 1617: Production optimization, characterization and evaluation in wheat protein and dough systems. Food Chem. 2018;241:403-10.
  16. Ceresino EB, Kuktaite R, Sato HH, Hedenqvist MS, Johansson E. Impact of gluten separation process and transglutaminase source on gluten based dough properties. Food Hydrocolloids. 2019;87:661-9.
  17. Chahtane H, Zhang B, Norberg M, LeMasson M, Thévenon E, Bakó L, et al. LEAFY activity is post-transcriptionally regulated by BLADE ON PETIOLE2 and CULLIN3 in Arabidopsis. New Phytologist. 2018;220(2):579-92.
  18. Chen Z-Q, Baison J, Pan J, Karlsson B, Andersson B, Westin J, et al. Accuracy of genomic selection for growth and wood quality traits in two control-pollinated progeny trials using exome capture as the genotyping platform in Norway spruce. BMC genomics. 2018;19(1):946-.
  19. Chen Z, Helmersson A, Westin J, Karlsson B, Wu HX. Efficiency of using spatial analysis for Norway spruce progeny tests in Sweden. Annals of Forest Science. 2017;75(1):2.
  20. Cole CT, Ingvarsson PK. Pathway position constrains the evolution of an ecologically important pathway in aspens (Populus tremula L.). Molecular Ecology. 2018;27(16):3317-30.
  21. Colesie C, Büdel B, Hurry V, Green TGA. Can Antarctic lichens acclimatize to changes in temperature? Global Change Biology. 2018;24(3):1123-35.
  22. Ding J, Böhlenius H, Rühl MG, Chen P, Sane S, Zambrano JA, et al. GIGANTEA-like genes control seasonal growth cessation in Populus. New Phytologist. 2018;218(4):1491-503.
  23. Diuk Andrade F, Newson WR, Bernardinelli OD, Rasheed F, Cobo MF, Plivelic TS, et al. An insight into molecular motions and phase composition of gliadin/glutenin glycerol blends studied by 13C solid-state and 1H time-domain NMR. Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics. 2018;56(9):739-50.
  24. Edvardsson Björnberg K, Zetterberg C, Hansson SO, Andreasson E, Zhu L-H. Consistent risk regulation? Differences in the European regulation of food crops. Journal of Risk Research. 2018:1-10.
  25. Elander PH, Minina EA, Bozhkov PV. Autophagy in turnover of lipid stores: trans-kingdom comparison. J Exp Bot. 2018;69(6):1301-11.
  26. Fanin N, J. Gundale M, Farrell M, Ciobanu M, A. Baldock J, Nilsson M-C, et al. Consistent effects of biodiversity loss on multifunctionality across contrasting ecosystems2018. 269-78 p.
  27. Fanin N, Kardol P, Farrell M, Nilsson M-C, Gundale MJ, Wardle DA. The ratio of Gram-positive to Gram-negative bacterial PLFA markers as an indicator of carbon availability in organic soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 2019;128:111-4.
  28. Feng X, Ackerly DD, Dawson TE, Manzoni S, McLaughlin B, Skelton RP, et al. Beyond isohydricity: The role of environmental variability in determining plant drought responses. Plant, Cell & Environment.0(0).
  29. Feng X, Ackerly DD, Dawson TE, Manzoni S, Skelton RP, Vico G, et al. The ecohydrological context of drought and classification of plant responses. Ecology Letters. 2018;21(11):1723-36.
  30. Francisco MC. Molecular Physiology and Biotechnology of Trees. Available from: Tillgänglig för användare inom Stockholms universitet Elsevier ScienceDirect Books Complete:Full Text.
  31. González-Sanchis M, Ruiz-Pérez G, Del Campo A, García-Prats A, Francés F, Lull C. Managing low productive forests at catchment scale: Considering water, biomass and fire risk to achieve economic feasibility2019. 653-65 p.
  32. Grimberg Å, Lager I, Street NR, Robinson KM, Marttila S, Mähler N, et al. Storage lipid accumulation is controlled by photoperiodic signal acting via regulators of growth cessation and dormancy in hybrid aspen. New Phytologist. 2018;219(2):619-30.
  33. Gundale MJ, Wardle DA, Kardol P, Nilsson MC. Comparison of plant-soil feedback experimental approaches for testing soil biotic interactions among ecosystems. New Phytol. 2019;221(1):577-87.
  34. Haas JC, Street NR, Sjödin A, Lee NM, Högberg MN, Näsholm T, et al. Microbial community response to growing season and plant nutrient optimisation in a boreal Norway spruce forest. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 2018;125:197-209.
  35. Hallingbäck HR, Högberg K-A, Säll H, Lindeberg J, Johansson M, Jansson G. Optimal timing of early genetic selection for sawn timber traits in Picea abies. European Journal of Forest Research. 2018;137(4):553-64.
  36. Han X-M, Yang Q, Liu Y-J, Yang Z-L, Wang X-R, Zeng Q-Y, et al. Evolution and Function of the Populus SABATH Family Reveal That a Single Amino Acid Change Results in a Substrate Switch. Plant and Cell Physiology. 2018;59(2):392-403.
  37. Holm L, Malik AH, Johansson E. Optimizing yield and quality in malting barley by the governance of field cultivation conditions. Journal of Cereal Science. 2018;82:230-42.
  38. Holmström E, Goude M, Nilsson O, Nordin A, Lundmark T, Nilsson U. Productivity of Scots pine and Norway spruce in central Sweden and competitive release in mixtures of the two species. Forest Ecology and Management. 2018;429:287-93.
  39. Ingvarsson PK, Dahlberg H. The effects of clonal forestry on genetic diversity in wild and domesticated stands of forest trees. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research. 2018:1-10.
  40. Jansson S. Gene-edited plants on the plate: the ‘CRISPR cabbage story’. Physiologia Plantarum. 2018;164(4):396-405.
  41. Jansson S. Gene-edited plants: What is happening now? Physiologia Plantarum. 2018;164(4):370-1.
  42. Jokipii-Lukkari S, Delhomme N, Schiffthaler B, Mannapperuma C, Prestele J, Nilsson O, et al. Transcriptional Roadmap to Seasonal Variation in Wood Formation of Norway Spruce. Plant Physiology. 2018;176(4):2851.
  43. Kurepin LV, Stangl ZR, Ivanov AG, Bui V, Mema M, Hüner NPA, et al. Contrasting acclimation abilities of two dominant boreal conifers to elevated CO2 and temperature. Plant, Cell & Environment. 2018;41(6):1331-45.
  44. Law SR, Chrobok D, Juvany M, Delhomme N, Lindén P, Brouwer B, et al. Darkened Leaves Use Different Metabolic Strategies for Senescence and Survival. Plant Physiology. 2018;177(1):132.
  45. Lee Natuschka M. Biotechnological Applications of Extremophilic Microorganisms2019.
  46.  Lee N. Whole Cell Identification of Microorganisms in their Natural Environment with Fluorescence in situ Hybridization (FISH). In:. Analytical Geomicrobiology:    A Handbook of Instrumental Techniques. Alessi D VH, Kenney J., editor UK: Cambridge University Press; 2019.
  47. Lett S, Wardle D, Nilsson M-C, Teuber L, Dorrepaal E. The role of bryophytes for tree seedling responses to winter climate change: Implications for the stress gradient hypothesis2017.
  48. Lin Y-C, Wang J, Delhomme N, Schiffthaler B, Sundström G, Zuccolo A, et al. Functional and evolutionary genomic inferences in <em>Populus</em> through genome and population sequencing of American and European aspen. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2018;115(46):E10970.
  49. Manfreda S, McCabe MF, Miller PE, Lucas R, Pajuelo Madrigal V, Mallinis G, et al. On the Use of Unmanned Aerial Systems for Environmental Monitoring. Remote Sensing. 2018;10(4):641.
  50. Manzoni S, Čapek P, Porada P, Thurner M, Winterdahl M, Beer C, et al. Reviews and syntheses: Carbon use efficiency from organisms to ecosystems – definitions, theories, and empirical evidence. Biogeosciences. 2018;15(19):5929-49.
  51. Menegat A, Milberg P, Nilsson ATS, Andersson L, Vico G. Soil water potential and temperature sum during reproductive growth control seed dormancy in Alopecurus myosuroides Huds. Ecology and evolution. 2018;8(14):7186-94.
  52. Michelson IH, Ingvarsson PK, Robinson KM, Edlund E, Eriksson ME, Nilsson O, et al. Autumn senescence in aspen is not triggered by day length. Physiologia Plantarum. 2018;162(1):123-34.
  53. Minina EA, Moschou PN, Vetukuri RR, Sanchez-Vera V, Cardoso C, Liu Q, et al. Transcriptional stimulation of rate-limiting components of the autophagic pathway improves plant fitness. J Exp Bot. 2018;69(6):1415-32.
  54. Muneer F, Johansson E, Hedenqvist MS, Plivelic TS, Markedal KE, Petersen IL, et al. The impact of newly produced protein and dietary fiber rich fractions of yellow pea (Pisum sativum L.) on the structure and mechanical properties of pasta-like sheets. Food Res Int. 2018;106:607-18.
  55. Muneer F, Johansson E, Hedenqvist SM, Plivelic ST, Kuktaite R. Impact of pH Modification on Protein Polymerization and Structure–Function Relationships in Potato Protein and Wheat Gluten Composites. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2018;20(1).
  56. Olajos F, Bokma F, Bartels P, Myrstener E, Rydberg J, Öhlund G, et al. Estimating species colonization dates using DNA in lake sediment. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 2018;9(3):535-43.
  57. Randriamanana TR, Nissinen K, Ovaskainen A, Lavola A, Peltola H, Albrectsen B, et al. Does fungal endophyte inoculation affect the responses of aspen seedlings to carbon dioxide enrichment? Fungal Ecology. 2018;33:24-31.
  58. Rasheed F, Plivelic TS, Kuktaite R, Hedenqvist MS, Johansson E. Unraveling the Structural Puzzle of the Giant Glutenin Polymer-An Interplay between Protein Polymerization, Nanomorphology, and Functional Properties in Bioplastic Films. ACS omega. 2018;3(5):5584-92.
  59. Ratke C, Terebieniec BK, Winestrand S, Derba-Maceluch M, Grahn T, Schiffthaler B, et al. Downregulating aspen xylan biosynthetic GT43 genes in developing wood stimulates growth via reprograming of the transcriptome. New Phytologist. 2018;219(1):230-45.
  60. Reza SH, Delhomme N, Street NR, Ramachandran P, Dalman K, Nilsson O, et al. Transcriptome analysis of embryonic domains in Norway spruce reveals potential regulators of suspensor cell death. PloS one. 2018;13(3):e0192945-e.
  61. Street N. Molecular Physiology and Biotechnology of Trees: Genomics of forest trees. In: Cánovas F, editor.: Academic Press.
  62. Subramanian N, Nilsson U, Mossberg M, Bergh J. Impacts of climate change, weather extremes and alternative strategies in managed forests. Écoscience. 2019;26(1):53-70.
  63. Tan B, Grattapaglia D, Wu HX, Ingvarsson PK. Genomic relationships reveal significant dominance effects for growth in hybrid Eucalyptus. Plant Science. 2018;267:84-93.
  64. Üstün S, Hafrén A, Liu Q, Marshall RS, Minina EA, Bozhkov PV, et al. Bacteria Exploit Autophagy for Proteasome Degradation and Enhanced Virulence in Plants. Plant Cell. 2018;30(3):668-85.
  65. Vazquez D, Berger A, Prieto-Linde ML, Johansson E. Can nitrogen fertilization be used to modulate yield, protein content and bread-making quality in Uruguayan wheat? Journal of Cereal Science. 2019;85:153-61.
  66. Vico G, Brunsell NA. Tradeoffs between water requirements and yield stability in annual vs. perennial crops. Advances in Water Resources. 2018;112:189-202.
  67. Wang J, Ding J, Tan B, Robinson KM, Michelson IH, Johansson A, et al. A major locus controls local adaptation and adaptive life history variation in a perennial plant. Genome Biology. 2018;19(1):72.
  68. Xia H, Wang B, Zhao W, Pan J, Mao J-F, Wang X-R. Combining mitochondrial and nuclear genome analyses to dissect the effects of colonization, environment, and geography on population structure in Pinus tabuliformis. Evolutionary applications. 2018;11(10):1931-45.
  69. Xu C-Q, Liu H, Zhou S-S, Zhang D-X, Zhao W, Wang S, et al. Genome sequence of Malania oleifera, a tree with great value for nervonic acid production. GigaScience. 2019;8(2).
  70. Yamashita M, Mullin TJ, Safarina S. An efficient second-order cone programming approach for optimal selection in tree breeding. Optimization Letters. 2018;12(7):1683-97.
  71. Ye X, Hedenqvist MS, Langton M, Lendel C. On the role of peptide hydrolysis for fibrillation kinetics and amyloid fibril morphology. RSC Advances. 2018;8(13):6915-24.
  72. Ye X, Junel K, Gällstedt M, Langton M, Wei X-F, Lendel C, et al. Protein/Protein Nanocomposite Based on Whey Protein Nanofibrils in a Whey Protein Matrix. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. 2018;6(4):5462-9.
  73. Zhao X, Andersson M, Andersson R. Resistant starch and other dietary fiber components in tubers from a high-amylose potato. Food Chem. 2018;251:58-63.


  1. Andersson M, Turesson H, Nicolia A, Fält A-S, Samuelsson M, Hofvander P. Efficient targeted multiallelic mutagenesis in tetraploid potato (Solanum tuberosum) by transient CRISPR-Cas9 expression in protoplasts. Plant Cell Reports. 2017;36(1):117-28.
  2. Gällstedt M, Pettersson H, Johansson T, Newson WR, Johansson E, Hedenqvist MS. Film Extrusion of Crambe abyssinica/Wheat Gluten Blends. JoVE. 2017(119):e54770.
  3. Bandau F, Albrectsen BR, Julkunen-Tiitto R, Gundale MJ. Genotypic variability in Populus tremula L. affects how anthropogenic nitrogen enrichment influences litter decomposition. Plant and Soil. 2017;410(1):467-81.
  4. Blackburn M, Ledesma JLJ, Näsholm T, Laudon H, Sponseller RA. Evaluating hillslope and riparian contributions to dissolved nitrogen (N) export from a boreal forest catchment. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 2017;122(2):324-39.
  5. Böhlenius H, Fransson T, Holmström E, Salk C. Influence of Cutting Type and Fertilization in Production of Containerized Poplar Plants. Forests. 2017;8(5).
  6. Breinl K, Di Baldassarre G, Girons Lopez M, Hagenlocher M, Vico G, Rutgersson A. Can weather generation capture precipitation patterns across different climates, spatial scales and under data scarcity? Scientific Reports. 2017;7(1):5449.
  7. Buckley S, Brackin R, Näsholm T, Schmidt S, Jämtgård S. Improving in situ recovery of soil nitrogen using the microdialysis technique. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 2017;114:93-103.
  8. Ceresino EB, de Melo RR, Kuktaite R, Hedenqvist MS, Zucchi TD, Johansson E, et al. Transglutaminase from newly isolated Streptomyces sp. CBMAI 1617: Production optimization, characterization and evaluation in wheat protein and dough systems. Food Chemistry. 2018;241:403-10.
  9. Chen Z-Q, Karlsson B, Wu HX. Patterns of additive genotype-by-environment interaction in tree height of Norway spruce in southern and central Sweden. Tree Genetics & Genomes. 2017;13(1):25.
  10. Chen Z, Helmersson A, Westin J, Karlsson B, Wu HX. Efficiency of using spatial analysis for Norway spruce progeny tests in Sweden. Annals of Forest Science. 2017;75(1):2.
  11. Cintas O, Berndes G, Hansson J, Poudel BC, Bergh J, Börjesson P, et al. The potential role of forest management in Swedish scenarios towards climate neutrality by mid century. Forest Ecology and Management. 2017;383:73-84.
  12. De La Torre AR, Li Z, Van de Peer Y, Ingvarsson PK. Contrasting Rates of Molecular Evolution and Patterns of Selection among Gymnosperms and Flowering Plants. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 2017;34(6):1363-77.
  13. Decker VHG, Bandau F, Gundale MJ, Cole CT, Albrectsen BR. Aspen phenylpropanoid genes’ expression levels correlate with genets’ tannin richness and vary both in responses to soil nitrogen and associations with phenolic profiles. Tree Physiology. 2017;37(2):270-9.
  14. del Campo AD, González-Sanchis M, Lidón A, García-Prats A, Lull C, Bautista I, et al. Ecohydrological-Based Forest Management in Semi-arid Climate. In: Křeček J, Haigh M, Hofer T, Kubin E, Promper C, editors. Ecosystem Services of Headwater Catchments. Cham: Springer International Publishing; 2017. p. 45-57.
  15. Dralle D, Karst N, Müller M, Vico G, Thompson SE. Stochastic modeling of interannual variation of hydrologic variables. Geophysical Research Letters. 2017;44(14):7285-94.
  16. Edlund E, Novak O, Karady M, Ljung K, Jansson S. Contrasting patterns of cytokinins between years in senescing aspen leaves. Plant, Cell & Environment. 2017;40(5):622-34.
  17. Egbäck S, Nilsson U, Nyström K, Högberg K-A, Fahlvik N. Modeling early height growth in trials of genetically improved Norway spruce and Scots pine in southern Sweden2017.
  18. Fajardo A, J. Gundale M. Canopy cover type, and not fine-scale resource availability, explains native and exotic species richness in a landscape affected by anthropogenic fires and posterior land-use change2017.
  19. Fanin N, J. Gundale M, Farrell M, Ciobanu M, A. Baldock J, Nilsson M-C, et al. Consistent effects of biodiversity loss on multifunctionality across contrasting ecosystems2018. 269-78 p.
  20. Felton A, Ranius T, Roberge J-M, Öhman K, Lämås T, Hynynen J, et al. Projecting biodiversity and wood production in future forest landscapes: 15 key modeling considerations. Journal of Environmental Management. 2017;197:404-14.
  21. Felton A, Sonesson J, Nilsson U, Lämås T, Lundmark T, Nordin A, et al. Varying rotation lengths in northern production forests: Implications for habitats provided by retention and production trees. Ambio. 2017;46(3):324-34.
  22. Franklin O, Cambui CA, Gruffman L, Palmroth S, Oren R, Näsholm T. The carbon bonus of organic nitrogen enhances nitrogen use efficiency of plants. Plant, Cell & Environment. 2017;40(1):25-35.
  23. Ganeteg U, Ahmad I, Jämtgård S, Aguetoni-Cambui C, Inselsbacher E, Svennerstam H, et al. Amino acid transporter mutants of Arabidopsis provides evidence that a non-mycorrhizal plant acquires organic nitrogen from agricultural soil. Plant, Cell & Environment. 2017;40(3):413-23.
  24. Hedwall P-O, Gruffman L, Ishida T, From F, Lundmark T, Näsholm T, et al. Interplay between N-form and N-dose influences ecosystem effects of N addition to boreal forest. Plant and Soil. 2018;423(1):385-95.
  25. Högberg P, Näsholm T, Franklin O, Högberg MN. Tamm Review: On the nature of the nitrogen limitation to plant growth in Fennoscandian boreal forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 2017;403:161-85.
  26. Holmström E, Karlsson M, Nilsson U. Modeling birch seed supply and seedling establishment during forest regeneration. Ecological Modelling. 2017;352(C):31-9.
  27. Ibáñez I, Zak DR, Burton AJ, Pregitzer KS. Chronic nitrogen deposition alters tree allometric relationships: implications for biomass production and carbon storage. Ecological Applications. 2016;26(3):913-25.
  28. Ingvarsson PK, Wang J. Small- and large-scale heterogeneity in genetic variation across the collard flycatcher genome: implications for estimating genetic diversity in nonmodel organisms. Molecular Ecology Resources. 2017;17(4):583-5.
  29. Ivarson E, Iven T, Sturtevant D, Ahlman A, Cai Y, Chapman K, et al. Production of wax esters in the wild oil species Lepidium campestre2017. 535-42 p.
  30. Ivarson E, Leiva-Eriksson N, Ahlman A, Kanagarajan S, Bülow L, Zhu L-H. Effects of Overexpression of WRI1 and Hemoglobin Genes on the Seed Oil Content of Lepidium campestre. Frontiers in Plant Science. 2017;7(2032).
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  33. Jocher G, Marshall J, Nilsson MB, Linder S, De Simon G, Hörnlund T, et al. Impact of Canopy Decoupling and Subcanopy Advection on the Annual Carbon Balance of a Boreal Scots Pine Forest as Derived From Eddy Covariance. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 2018;123(2):303-25.
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  35. Jokipii-Lukkari S, Sundell D, Nilsson O, Hvidsten TR, Street NR, Tuominen H. NorWood: a gene expression resource for evo-devo studies of conifer wood development. New Phytologist. 2017;216(2):482-94.
  36. Kloth KJ, Busscher-Lange J, Wiegers GL, Kruijer W, Buijs G, Meyer RC, et al. SIEVE ELEMENT-LINING CHAPERONE1 Restricts Aphid Feeding on Arabidopsis during Heat Stress. The Plant Cell. 2017;29(10):2450.
  37. Kucukoglu M, Nilsson J, Zheng B, Chaabouni S, Nilsson O. WUSCHEL-RELATED HOMEOBOX4 (WOX4)-like genes regulate cambial cell division activity and secondary growth in Populus trees. New Phytologist. 2017;215(2):642-57.
  38. Kwaaitaal M, Nielsen ME, Böhlenius H, Thordal-Christensen H. The plant membrane surrounding powdery mildew haustoria shares properties with the endoplasmic reticulum membrane. Journal of experimental botany. 2017;68(21-22):5731-43.
  39. Laitinen T, Morreel K, Delhomme N, Gauthier A, Schiffthaler B, Nickolov K, et al. A Key Role for Apoplastic H<sub>2</sub>O<sub>2</sub> in Norway Spruce Phenolic Metabolism. Plant Physiology. 2017;174(3):1449.
  40. Lett S, Nilsson M-C, Wardle DA, Dorrepaal E. Bryophyte traits explain climate-warming effects on tree seedling establishment. Journal of Ecology. 2017;105(2):496-506.
  41. Lett S, Wardle D, Nilsson M-C, Teuber L, Dorrepaal E. The role of bryophytes for tree seedling responses to winter climate change: Implications for the stress gradient hypothesis2017.
  42. Li Z, De La Torre AR, Sterck L, Cánovas FM, Avila C, Merino I, et al. Single-Copy Genes as Molecular Markers for Phylogenomic Studies in Seed Plants. Genome Biology and Evolution. 2017;9(5):1130-47.
  43. Lidberg W, Nilsson M, Lundmark T, Ågren AM. Evaluating preprocessing methods of digital elevation models for hydrological modelling. Hydrological Processes. 2017;31(26):4660-8.
  44. Lim H, Oren R, Linder S, From F, Nordin A, Fahlvik N, et al. Annual climate variation modifies nitrogen induced carbon accumulation of Pinus sylvestris forests. Ecological Applications. 2017;27(6):1838-51.
  45. Losvik A, Beste L, Glinwood R, Ivarson E, Stephens J, Zhu L-H, et al. Overexpression and Down-Regulation of Barley Lipoxygenase LOX2.2 Affects Jasmonate-Regulated Genes and Aphid Fecundity. International journal of molecular sciences. 2017;18(12):2765.
  46. Maaroufi NI, Nordin A, Palmqvist K, Gundale MJ. Nitrogen enrichment impacts on boreal litter decomposition are driven by changes in soil microbiota rather than litter quality. Scientific Reports. 2017;7(1):4083.
  47. Mason EG, Holmström E, Nilsson U. Using hybrid physiological/mensurational modelling to predict site index of Pinus sylvestris L. in Sweden: a pilot study. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research. 2018;33(2):147-54.
  48. McMurtrie RE, Näsholm T. Quantifying the contribution of mass flow to nitrogen acquisition by an individual plant root. New Phytologist. 2018;218(1):119-30.
  49. Metcalfe DB, Ricciuto D, Palmroth S, Campbell C, Hurry V, Mao J, et al. Informing climate models with rapid chamber measurements of forest carbon uptake. Global Change Biology. 2017;23(5):2130-9.
  50. Michelson IH, Ingvarsson PK, Robinson KM, Edlund E, Eriksson ME, Nilsson O, et al. Autumn senescence in aspen is not triggered by day length. Physiologia Plantarum. 2018;162(1):123-34.
  51. Minina EA, Coll NS, Tuominen H, Bozhkov PV. Metacaspases versus caspases in development and cell fate regulation. Cell death and differentiation. 2017;24(8):1314-25.
  52. Minina EA, Moschou PN, Bozhkov PV. Limited and digestive proteolysis: crosstalk between evolutionary conserved pathways. New Phytologist. 2017;215(3):958-64.
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