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Lynda Prior
Lynda Prior
School of Biological Sciences, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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The worldwide leaf economics spectrum
IJ Wright, PB Reich, M Westoby, DD Ackerly, Z Baruch, F Bongers, ...
Nature 428 (6985), 821-827, 2004
77012004
Detecting trends in tree growth: not so simple
DMJS Bowman, RJW Brienen, E Gloor, OL Phillips, LD Prior
Trends in plant science 18 (1), 11-17, 2013
2742013
Ecophysiology of trees of seasonally dry tropics: comparisons among phenologies
D Eamus, L Prior
Academic Press 32, 113-197, 2001
2612001
Abrupt fire regime change may cause landscape‐wide loss of mature obligate seeder forests
DMJS Bowman, BP Murphy, DLJ Neyland, GJ Williamson, LD Prior
Global Change Biology 20 (3), 1008-1015, 2014
2112014
Leaf trait relationships in Australian plant species
IJ Wright, PK Groom, BB Lamont, P Poot, LD Prior, PB Reich, ED Schulze, ...
Functional plant biology 31 (5), 551-558, 2004
1862004
Seasonal and diurnal patterns of carbon assimilation, stomatal conductance and leaf water potential in Eucalyptus tetrodonta saplings in a wet–dry savanna in northern Australia
LD Prior, D Eamus, GA Duff
Australian journal of botany 45 (2), 241-258, 1997
1861997
Landscape analysis of Aboriginal fire management in Central Arnhem Land, north Australia
DMJS Bowman, A Walsh, LD Prior
Journal of Biogeography 31 (2), 207-223, 2004
1652004
Leaf attributes in the seasonally dry tropics: a comparison of four habitats in northern Australia
LD Prior, D Eamus, DMJS Bowman
Functional Ecology, 504-515, 2003
1652003
Putting plant resistance traits on the map: a test of the idea that plants are better defended at lower latitudes
AT Moles, IR Wallis, WJ Foley, DI Warton, JC Stegen, AJ Bisigato, ...
New Phytologist 191 (3), 777-788, 2011
1642011
Frequent fires reduce tree growth in northern Australian savannas: implications for tree demography and carbon sequestration
BP Murphy, J RUSSELL‐SMITH, LD Prior
Global Change Biology 16 (1), 331-343, 2010
1332010
Why do evergreen trees dominate the Australian seasonal tropics?
D Bowman, LD Prior
Australian Journal of Botany 53 (5), 379-399, 2005
1282005
Sodium chloride and soil texture interactions in irrigated field grown sultana grapevines. II. Plant mineral content, growth and physiology
LD Prior, AM Grieve, BR Cullis
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 43 (5), 1067-1083, 1992
1191992
Climate seasonality limits leaf carbon assimilation and wood productivity in tropical forests
FH Wagner, B Hérault, D Bonal, C Stahl, LO Anderson, TR Baker, ...
Biogeosciences 13 (8), 2537-2562, 2016
1142016
Water relations and ion concentrations of leaves on salt-stressed citrus plants
RR Walker, E Torokfalvy, AM Grieve, LD Prior
Functional Plant Biology 10 (3), 265-277, 1983
1111983
Tree growth rates in north Australian savanna habitats: seasonal patterns and correlations with leaf attributes
LD Prior, D Eamus, DMJS Bowman
Australian Journal of Botany 52 (3), 303-314, 2004
1062004
Yield‐salinity relationships of different grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) scion‐rootstock combinations
X Zhang, RR Walker, RM Stevens, LD Prior
Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research 8 (3), 150-156, 2002
922002
Demography and growth of subadult savanna trees: interactions of life history, size, fire season, and grassy understory
PA Werner, LD Prior
Ecological monographs 83 (1), 67-93, 2013
882013
Seasonal differences in leaf attributes in Australian tropical tree species: family and habitat comparisons
LD Prior, DMJS Bowman, D Eamus
Functional Ecology 18 (5), 707-718, 2004
872004
Environmental and demographic correlates of tree recruitment and mortality in north Australian savannas
LD Prior, BP Murphy, J Russell-Smith
Forest Ecology and Management 257 (1), 66-74, 2009
852009
Experimental evidence that fire causes a tree recruitment bottleneck in an Australian tropical savanna
LD Prior, RJ Williams, DMJS Bowman
Journal of Tropical Ecology 26 (6), 595-603, 2010
842010
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