95. Arnold, P.A., Briceño, V.F., Gowland, K.M., Catling, A.A., Bravo, L.A., & Nicotra, A.B. (2021) A high-throughput method for measuring critical thermal limits of leaves by chlorophyll imaging fluorescence. Functional Plant Biology, 10.1071/FP20344. [pdf]

94. Wang, S., Gowland, K.M., Kruuk, L.E.B., Nicotra, A.B. & Arnold, P.A. (2021) Decoupling the effects of parental and offspring warming on seed and seedling traits. Alpine Botany. [pdf]

93. Notarnicola, R.F., Nicotra, A.B., Kruuk, L.E.B. & Arnold, P.A. (2021) Tolerance of warmer temperatures does not confer resilience to heatwaves in an alpine herb. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 9, 615119. [pdf]

92. Venn, S.E., Gallagher, R.V. & Nicotra, A.B. (2021) Germination at extreme temperatures: implications for alpine shrub encroachment. Plants, 10, 327. [pdf]

91. Fernández-Pascual, E., Carta, A., Mondoni, A., Cavieres, L.A., Rosbakh, S., Venn, S., Satyanti, A., Guja, L., Briceño, V.F., Vandelook, F., Mattana, E., Saatkamp, A., Bu, H., Sommerville, K., Poschlod, P., Liu, K., Nicotra, A. & Jiménez-Alfaro, B. (2021) The seed germination spectrum of alpine plants: a global meta-analysis. New Phytologist, 229, 3573-3586. [pdf]

90. Geange, S.R.*, Arnold, P.A.*, Catling, A.A., Coast, O., Cook, A.M., Gowland, K.M., Leigh, A., Notarnicola, R.F., Posch, B.C., Venn, S.E., Zhu, L. & Nicotra, A.B. (in press) The thermal tolerance of photosynthetic tissues: a global systematic review and agenda for future researchNew Phytologist *co-first-authorship. [pdf]

89. Stevens, A.V., Nicotra, A.B., Godfree, R.C. & Guja, L.K. (2020). Polyploidy affects the seed, dormancy and seedling characteristics of a perennial grass, conferring an advantage in stressful climates. Plant Biology, 22, 500-513. [pdf]

88. Geange, S.R., Holloway-Phillips, M.-M., Briceño, V.F. & Nicotra, A.B. (2020). Aciphylla glacialis mortality, growth and frost resistance: a field warming experiment. Australian Journal of Botany, 67, 599-609. [pdf]

87. Cooke, S.J., Madliger, C.L., Cramp, R.L., Beardall, J., Burness, G., Chown, S.L., Clark, T.D., Dantzer, B., de la Barrera, E., Fangue, N.A. et al. (2020). Reframing conservation physiology to be more inclusive, integrative, relevant and forward-looking: reflections and a horizon scan. Conservation Physiology, 8, coaa016. [pdf]

86. Satyanti, A., Guja, L.K. & Nicotra, A.B. (2019). Temperature variability drives within-species variation in germination strategy and establishment characteristics of an alpine herb. Oecologia, 189, 407-419. [pdf]

85. Saatkamp, A., Cochrane, A., Commander, L., Guja, Lydia K., Jimenez-Alfaro, B., Larson, J., Nicotra, A., Poschlod, P., Silveira, F.A.O., Cross, Adam T. et al. (2019). A research agenda for seed-trait functional ecology. New Phytologist, 221, 1764-1775. [pdf]

84. Goh, C.-H., Nicotra, A.B. & Mathesius, U. (2019). Genes controlling legume nodule numbers affect phenotypic plasticity responses to nitrogen in the presence and absence of rhizobia. Plant, Cell & Environment, 42, 1747-1757. [pdf]

83. Arnold, P.A., Nicotra, A.B. & Kruuk, L.E.B. (2019b). Sparse evidence for selection on phenotypic plasticity in response to temperature. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 374, 20180185. [pdf]

82. Arnold, P.A., Kruuk, L.E.B. & Nicotra, A.B. (2019a). How to analyse plant phenotypic plasticity in response to a changing climate. New Phytologist, 222, 1235-1241. [pdf]

81. Supple, M.A., Bragg, J.G., Broadhurst, L.M., Nicotra, A.B., Byrne, M., Andrew, R.L., Widdup, A., Aitken, N.C. & Borevitz, J.O. (2018). Landscape genomic prediction for restoration of a Eucalyptus foundation species under climate change. eLife, 7, e31835. [pdf]

80. Satyanti, A., Nicotra, A.B., Merkling, T. & Guja, L.K. (2018). Seed mass and elevation explain variation in seed longevity of Australian alpine species. Seed Science Research, 28, 319-331. [pdf]

79. Mocko, K., Nicotra, A.B. & Jones, C.S. (2018). Extent of solar tracking differs between two co-occurring congeneric geophytes that differ in leaf shape. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 179, 162-173. [pdf]

78. Harris, R.M.B., Beaumont, L.J., Vance, T.R., Tozer, C.R., Remenyi, T.A., Perkins-Kirkpatrick, S.E., Mitchell, P.J., Nicotra, A.B., McGregor, S., Andrew, N.R. et al. (2018). Biological responses to the press and pulse of climate trends and extreme events. Nature Climate Change, 8, 579-587. [pdf]

77. Drake, J.E., Tjoelker, M.G., Vårhammar, A., Medlyn, Belinda E., Reich, P.B., Leigh, A., Pfautsch, S., Blackman, C.J., López, R., Aspinwall, M.J. et al. (2018). Trees tolerate an extreme heatwave via sustained transpirational cooling and increased leaf thermal tolerance. Global Change Biology, 24, 2390-2402. [pdf]

76. Beckmann, E.A., Weber, X., Whitehead, M. & Nicotra, A. (2018). Research-based learning: Designing the course behind the research. Field Studies in Ecology, 1, 1. [pdf]

75. Leigh, A., Sevanto, S., Close, J.D. & Nicotra, A.B. (2017). The influence of leaf size and shape on leaf thermal dynamics: does theory hold up under natural conditions? Plant, Cell & Environment, 40, 237-248. [pdf]

74. Geange, S.R., Briceño, V.F., Aitken, N.C., Ramirez-Valiente, J.A., Holloway-Phillips, M.-M. & Nicotra, A.B. (2017). Phenotypic plasticity and water availability: responses of alpine herb species along an elevation gradient. Climate Change Responses, 4, 5. [pdf]

73. Wilkins, O., Hafemeister, C., Plessis, A., Holloway-Phillips, M.-M., Pham, G.M., Nicotra, A.B., Gregorio, G.B., Jagadish, S.V.K., Septiningsih, E.M., Bonneau, R. et al. (2016). EGRINs (Environmental Gene Regulatory Influence Networks) in rice that function in the response to water deficit, high temperature, and agricultural environments. The Plant Cell, 28, 2365. [pdf]

72. Nicotra, A.B., Chong, C., Bragg, J.G., Ong, C.R., Aitken, N.C., Chuah, A., Lepschi, B. & Borevitz, J.O. (2016). Population and phylogenomic decomposition via genotyping-by-sequencing in Australian Pelargonium. Molecular Ecology, 25, 2000-2014. [pdf]

71. Goh, C.-H., Nicotra, A.B. & Mathesius, U. (2016). The presence of nodules on legume root systems can alter phenotypic plasticity in response to internal nitrogen independent of nitrogen fixation. Plant, Cell & Environment, 39, 883-896. [pdf]

70. Cochrane, A., Hoyle, G.L., Yates, C.J., Neeman, T. & Nicotra, A.B. (2016). Variation in plant functional traits across and within four species of Western Australian Banksia (Proteaceae) along a natural climate gradient. Austral Ecology, 41, 886-896. [pdf]

69. Beever, E.A., O’Leary, J., Mengelt, C., West, J.M., Julius, S., Green, N., Magness, D., Petes, L., Stein, B., Nicotra, A.B. et al. (2016). Improving conservation outcomes with a new paradigm for understanding species’ fundamental and realized adaptive capacity. Conservation Letters, 9, 131-137. [pdf]

68. Ramírez-Valiente, J.A., Valladares, F., Delgado, A., Nicotra, A.B. & Aranda, I. (2015). Understanding the importance of intrapopulation functional variability and phenotypic plasticity in Quercus suber. Tree Genetics & Genomes, 11, 35. [pdf]

67. Nicotra, A.B., Segal, D.L., Hoyle, G.L., Schrey, A.W., Verhoeven, K.J.F. & Richards, C.L. (2015b). Adaptive plasticity and epigenetic variation in response to warming in an Alpine plant. Ecology and Evolution, 5, 634-647. [pdf]

66. Nicotra, A.B., Beever, E.A., Robertson, A.L., Hofmann, G.E. & O’Leary, J. (2015a). Assessing the components of adaptive capacity to improve conservation and management efforts under global change. Conservation Biology, 29, 1268-1278. [pdf]

65. Li, H., Nicotra, A.B., Xu, D. & Du, G. (2015). Habitat-specific responses of leaf traits to soil water conditions in species from a novel alpine swamp meadow community. Conservation Physiology, 3, cov046. [pdf]

64. Hoyle, G.L., Steadman, K.J., Good, R.B., McIntosh, E.J., Galea, L.M.E. & Nicotra, A.B. (2015). Seed germination strategies: an evolutionary trajectory independent of vegetative functional traits. Frontiers in Plant Science, 6, 731. [pdf]

63. Holloway-Phillips, M.M., Huai, H., Cochrane, A. & Nicotra, A.B. (2015). Differences in seedling water-stress response of two co-occurring Banksia species. Australian Journal of Botany, 63, 647-656. [pdf]

62. Cochrane, J.A., Hoyle, G.L., Yates, C.J., Wood, J. & Nicotra, A.B. (2015d). Evidence of population variation in drought tolerance during seed germination in four Banksia (Proteaceae) species from Western Australia. Australian Journal of Botany, 62, 481-489. [pdf]

61. Cochrane, J.A., Hoyle, G.L., Yates, C.J., Wood, J. & Nicotra, A.B. (2015c). Climate warming delays and decreases seedling emergence in a Mediterranean ecosystem. Oikos, 124, 150-160. [pdf]

60. Cochrane, A., Yates, C.J., Hoyle, G.L. & Nicotra, A.B. (2015b). Will among-population variation in seed traits improve the chance of species persistence under climate change? Global Ecology and Biogeography, 24, 12-24. [pdf]

59. Cochrane, A., Hoyle, G.L., Yates, C.J., Wood, J. & Nicotra, A.B. (2015a). The phenotypic response of co-occurring Banksia species to warming and drying. Plant Ecology, 216, 27-39. [pdf]

58. Briceño, V.F., Hoyle, G.L. & Nicotra, A.B. (2015). Seeds at risk: How will a changing alpine climate affect regeneration from seeds in alpine areas? Alpine Botany, 125, 59-68. [pdf]

57. Beckmann, E.A., Estavillo, G.M., Mathesius, U., Djordjevic, M.A. & Nicotra, A.B. (2015). The plant detectives: innovative undergraduate teaching to inspire the next generation of plant biologists. Frontiers in Plant Science, 6, 729. [pdf]

56. Xie, H., Ash, J.E., Linde, C.C., Cunningham, S. & Nicotra, A. (2014). Himalayan-Tibetan Plateau uplift drives divergence of polyploid poppies: Meconopsis Viguier (Papaveraceae). PLOS One, 9, e99177. [pdf]

55. Valladares, F., Matesanz, S., Guilhaumon, F., Araújo, M.B., Balaguer, L., Benito-Garzón, M., Cornwell, W., Gianoli, E., van Kleunen, M., Naya, D.E., Nicotra, A.B. et al. (2014). The effects of phenotypic plasticity and local adaptation on forecasts of species range shifts under climate change. Ecology Letters, 17, 1351-1364. [pdf]

54. Hoyle, G.L., Cordiner, H., Good, R.B. & Nicotra, A.B. (2014). Effects of reduced winter duration on seed dormancy and germination in six populations of the alpine herb Aciphyllya glacialis (Apiaceae). Conservation Physiology, 2, cou015. [pdf]

53. Estavillo, G.M., Mathesius, U., Djordjevic, M. & Nicotra, A.B. (2014). The Plant Detective’s Manual: A research-led approach for teaching plant science. ANU Press, ACT, Australia. [book link]

52. Cochrane, A., Hoyle, G.L., Yates, C.J., Wood, J. & Nicotra, A.B. (2014). Predicting the impact of increasing temperatures on seed germination among populations of Western Australian Banksia (Proteaceae). Seed Science Research, 24, 195-205. [pdf]

51. Briceño, V.F., Harris-Pascal, D., Nicotra, A.B., Williams, E. & Ball, M.C. (2014). Variation in snow cover drives differences in frost resistance in seedlings of the alpine herb Aciphylla glacialis. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 106, 174-181. [pdf]

50. Andersen, A., Beringer, J., Bull, C.M., Byrne, M., Cleugh, H., Christensen, R., French, K., Harch, B., Hoffmann, A., Lowe, A.J. et al. (2014). Foundations for the future: a long-term plan for Australian ecosystem science. Austral Ecology, 39, 739-748. [pdf]

49. Jones, C.S., Martínez-Cabrera, H.I., Nicotra, A.B., Mocko, K., Marais, E.M. & Schlichting, C.D. (2013). Phylogenetic influences on leaf trait integration in Pelargonium (Geraniaceae): convergence, divergence, and historical adaptation to a rapidly changing climate. American Journal of Botany, 100, 1306-1321. [pdf]

48. Hoyle, G.L., Venn, S.E., Steadman, K.J., Good, R.B., McAuliffe, E.J., Williams, E.R. & Nicotra, A.B. (2013). Soil warming increases plant species richness but decreases germination from the alpine soil seed bank. Global Change Biology, 19, 1549-1561. [pdf]

47. Gowland, K.M., van der Merwe, M.M., Linde, C.C., Clements, M.A. & Nicotra, A.B. (2013). The host bias of three epiphytic Aeridinae orchid species is reflected, but not explained, by mycorrhizal fungal associations. American Journal of Botany, 100, 764-777. [pdf]

46. Goh, C.-H., Veliz Vallejos, D.F., Nicotra, A.B. & Mathesius, U. (2013). The impact of beneficial plant-associated microbes on plant phenotypic plasticity. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 39, 826-839. [pdf]

45. Alcorn, P.J., Forrester, D.I., Thomas, D.S., James, R., Smith, R.G., Nicotra, A.B. & Bauhus, J. (2013c). Changes in whole-tree water use following live-crown pruning in young plantation-grown Eucalyptus pilularis and Eucalyptus cloeziana. Forests, 4, 106-121. [pdf]

44. Alcorn, P.J., Forrester, D.I., Smith, R.G.B., Thomas, D.S., James, R.N., Nicotra, A.B. & Bauhus, J. (2013b). Crown structure and vertical foliage distribution in 4-year-old plantation-grown Eucalyptus pilularis and Eucalyptus cloeziana. Trees, 27, 555-566. [pdf]

43. Alcorn, P.J., Forrester, D.I., Smith, R.G.B., Thomas, D.S., James, R., Nicotra, A.B. & Bauhus, J. (2013a). The influence of site quality on timing of pruning in Eucalyptus pilularis and Eucalyptus cloeziana plantations. Australian Forestry, 76, 25-36. [pdf]

42. Leigh, A., Sevanto, S., Ball, M.C., Close, J.D., Ellsworth, D.S., Knight, C.A., Nicotra, A.B. & Vogel, S. (2012). Do thick leaves avoid thermal damage in critically low wind speeds? New Phytologist, 194, 477-487. [pdf]

41. Davidson, A.M. & Nicotra, A.B. (2012). Beware: alien invasion. Where to next for an understanding of weed ecology? New Phytologist, 194, 602-605. [pdf]

40. Nicotra, A.B., Leigh, A., Boyce, C.K., Jones, C.S., Niklas, K.J., Royer, D.L. & Tsukaya, H. (2011). The evolution and functional significance of leaf shape in the angiosperms. Functional Plant Biology, 38, 535-552. [pdf]

39. Gowland, K.M., Wood, J., Clements, M.A. & Nicotra, A.B. (2011). Significant phorophyte (substrate) bias is not explained by fitness benefits in three epiphytic orchid species. American Journal of Botany, 98, 197-206. [pdf]

38. Davidson, A.M., Jennions, M. & Nicotra, A.B. (2011). Do invasive species show higher phenotypic plasticity than native species and, if so, is it adaptive? A meta-analysis. Ecology Letters, 14, 419-431. [pdf]

37. Sack, L., Cornwell, W.K., Santiago, L.S., Barbour, M.M., Choat, B., Evans, J.R., Munns, R. & Nicotra, A. (2010). A unique web resource for physiology, ecology and the environmental sciences: PrometheusWiki. Functional Plant Biology, 37, 687-693. [pdf]

36. Nicotra, A.B. & Davidson, A. (2010). Adaptive phenotypic plasticity and plant water use. Functional Plant Biology, 37, 117-127. [pdf]

35. Nicotra, A.B., Atkin, O.K., Bonser, S.P., Davidson, A.M., Finnegan, E.J., Mathesius, U., Poot, P., Purugganan, M.D., Richards, C.L., Valladares, F. et al. (2010). Plant phenotypic plasticity in a changing climate. Trends in Plant Science, 15, 684-692. [pdf]

34. Jones, C.S., Bakker, F.T., Schlichting, C.D. & Nicotra, A.B. (2009). Leaf shape evolution in the South African genus Pelargonium L’Hér (Geraniaceae). Evolution, 63, 479-497. [pdf]

33. Harrison, M.T., Edwards, E.J., Farquhar, G.D., Nicotra, A.B. & Evans, J.R. (2009). Nitrogen in cell walls of sclerophyllous leaves accounts for little of the variation in photosynthetic nitrogen-use efficiency. Plant, Cell & Environment, 32, 259-270. [pdf]

32. Nicotra, A.B., Cosgrove, M.J., Cowling, A., Schlichting, C.D. & Jones, C.S. (2008). Leaf shape linked to photosynthetic rates and temperature optima in South African Pelargonium species. Oecologia, 154, 625-635. [pdf]

31. Bourne, M., Nicotra, A.B., Colloff, M.J. & Cunningham, S.A. (2008). Effect of soil biota on growth and allocation by Eucalyptus microcarpa. Plant and Soil, 305, 145-156. [pdf]

30. Barrett, L.G., Thrall, P.H., Burdon, J.J., Nicotra, A.B. & Linde, C.C. (2008). Population structure and diversity in sexual and asexual populations of the pathogenic fungus Melampsora lini. Molecular Ecology, 17, 3401-3415. [pdf]

29. Alcorn, P.J., Bauhus, J., Thomas, D.S., James, R.N., Smith, R.G.B. & Nicotra, A.B. (2008b). Photosynthetic response to green crown pruning in young plantation-grown Eucalyptus pilularis and E. cloeziana. Forest Ecology and Management, 255, 3827-3838. [pdf]

28. Alcorn, P.J., Bauhus, J., Smith, R.G.B., Thomas, D., James, R. & Nicotra, A. (2008a). Growth response following green crown pruning in plantation-grown Eucalyptus pilularis and Eucalyptus cloeziana. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 38, 770-781. [pdf]

27. Nicotra, A.B., Hermes, J.P., Jones, C.S. & Schlichting, C.D. (2007). Geographic variation and plasticity to water and nutrients in Pelargonium australe. New Phytologist, 176, 136-149. [pdf]

26. Gowland, K.M., Mathesius, U., Clements, M.A. & Nicotra, A.B. (2007). Understanding the distribution of three species of epiphytic orchids in temperate Australian rainforest by investigation of their host and fungal associates. Lankesteriana, 7, 44-46. [pdf]

25. Dwyer, S.A., Ghannoum, O., Nicotra, A. & Von Caemmerer, S. (2007). High temperature acclimation of C4 photosynthesis is linked to changes in photosynthetic biochemistry. Plant, Cell & Environment, 30, 53-66. [pdf]

24. Alcorn, P.J., Pyttel, P., Bauhus, J., Smith, R.G.B., Thomas, D., James, R. et al. (2007). Effects of initial planting density on branch development in 4-year-old plantation grown Eucalyptus pilularis and Eucalyptus cloeziana trees. Forest Ecology and Management, 252, 41-51. [pdf]

23. Powles, J.E., Buckley, T.N., Nicotra, A.B. & Farquhar, G.D. (2006). Dynamics of stomatal water relations following leaf excision. Plant, Cell & Environment, 29, 981-992. [pdf]

22. Leigh, A., Cosgrove, M.J. & Nicotra, A.B. (2006b). Reproductive allocation in a gender dimorphic shrub: anomalous female investment in Gynatrix pulchella? Journal of Ecology, 94, 1261-1271. [pdf]

21. Leigh, A., Close, J.D., Ball, M.C., Siebke, K. & Nicotra, A.B. (2006a). Leaf cooling curves: measuring leaf temperature in sunlight. Functional Plant Biology, 33, 515-519. [pdf]

20. Pohlman, C.L., Nicotra, A.B. & Murray, B.R. (2005). Geographic range size, seedling ecophysiology and phenotypic plasticity in Australian Acacia species. Journal of Biogeography, 32, 341-351. [pdf]

19. Thomson, V.P., Nicotra, A.B. & Cunningham, S.A. (2004). Herbivory differentially affects male and female reproductive traits of Cucumis sativus. Plant Biology, 6, 621-628. [pdf]

18. Duncan, D.H., Nicotra, A.B., Wood, J.T. & Cunningham, S.A. (2004b). Plant isolation reduces outcross pollen receipt in a partially self-compatible herb. Journal of Ecology, 92, 977-985. [pdf]

17. Duncan, D.H., Cunningham, S.A. & Nicotra, A.B. (2004a). High self-pollen transfer and low fruit set in buzz-pollinated Dianella revoluta (Phormiaceae). Australian Journal of Botany, 52, 185-193. [pdf]

16. Bauhus, J., van Winden, A.P. & Nicotra, A.B. (2004). Aboveground interactions and productivity in mixed-species plantations of Acacia mearnsii and Eucalyptus globulus. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 34, 686-694. [pdf]

15. Thomson, V.P., Cunningham, S.A., Ball, M.C. & Nicotra, A.B. (2003). Compensation for herbivory by Cucumis sativus through increased photosynthetic capacity and efficiency. Oecologia, 134, 167-175. [pdf]

14. Nicotra, A.B., Hofmann, M., Siebke, K. & Ball, M.C. (2003b). Spatial patterning of pigmentation in evergreen leaves in response to freezing stress. Plant, Cell & Environment, 26, 1893-1904. [pdf]

13. Nicotra, A.B., Chazdon, R.L. & Montgomery, R.A. (2003a). Sexes show contrasting patterns of leaf and crown carbon gain in a dioecious rainforest shrub. American Journal of Botany, 90, 347-355. [pdf]

12. Leigh, A. & Nicotra, A.B. (2003). Sexual dimorphism in reproductive allocation and water use efficiency in Maireana pyramidata (Chenopodiaceae), a dioecious, semi-arid shrub. Australian Journal of Botany, 51, 509-514. [pdf]

11. Nicotra, A.B., Babicka, N. & Westoby, M. (2002). Seedling root anatomy and morphology: an examination of ecological differentiation with rainfall using phylogenetically independent contrasts. Oecologia, 130, 136-145. [pdf]

10. Murray, B.R., Thrall, P.H., Gill, A.M. & Nicotra, A.B. (2002). How plant life-history and ecological traits relate to species rarity and commonness at varying spatial scales. Austral Ecology, 27, 291-310. [pdf]

9. Ball, M.C., Wolfe, J., Canny, M., Hofmann, M., Nicotra, A.B. & Hughes, D. (2002). Space and time dependence of temperature and freezing in evergreen leaves. Functional Plant Biology, 29, 1259-1272. [pdf]

8. Thomson, V.P., Nicotra, A.B. & Steinbauer, M.J. (2001). Influence of previous frost damage on tree growth and insect herbivory of Eucalyptus globulus globulus. Austral Ecology, 26, 489-499. [pdf]

7. Nicotra, A.B., Chazdon, R.L. & Iriarte, S.V.B. (1999). Spatial heterogeneity of light and woody seedling regeneration in tropical wet forests. Ecology, 80, 1908-1926. [pdf]

6. Nicotra, A.B. (1999b). Reproductive allocation and the long-term costs of reproduction in Siparuna grandiflora, a dioecious neo-tropical shrub. Journal of Ecology, 87, 138-149. [pdf]

5. Nicotra, A.B. (1999a). Sexually dimorphic growth in the dioecious tropical shrub, Siparuna grandiflora. Functional Ecology, 13, 322-331. [pdf]

4. Nicotra, A.B. (1998). Sex ratio variation and spatial distribution of Siparuna grandiflora, a tropical dioecious shrub. Oecologia, 115, 102-113. [pdf]

3. Nicotra, A.B., Chazdon, R.L. & Schlichting, C.D. (1997). Patterns of genotypic variation and phenotypic plasticity of light response in two tropical Piper (Piperaceae) species. American Journal of Botany, 84, 1542-1552. [pdf]

2. McConnaughay, K.D.M., Nicotra, A.B. & Bazzaz, F.A. (1996). Rooting volume, nutrient availability, and CO2-induced growth enhancements in temperate forest tree seedlings. Ecological Applications, 6, 619-627. [pdf]

1. Nicotra, A.B. & Rodenhouse, N.L. (1995). Intraspecific competition in Chenopodium album varies with resource availability. The American Midland Naturalist, 134, 90-98. [pdf]

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