Peter Ryser
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The importance of tissue density for growth and life span of leaves and roots: a comparison of five ecologically contrasting grasses
P Ryser
Functional Ecology, 717-723, 1996
Root and leaf attributes accounting for the performance of fast-and slow-growing grasses at different nutrient supply
P Ryser, H Lambers
Plant and Soil 170 (2), 251-265, 1995
Consequences of phenotypic plasticity vs. interspecific differences in leaf and root traits for acquisition of aboveground and belowground resources
P Ryser, L Eek
American Journal of Botany 87 (3), 402-411, 2000
Root tissue structure is linked to ecological strategies of grasses
S Wahl, P Ryser
New Phytologist 148 (3), 459-471, 2000
Influences of neighbouring plants on seedling establishment in limestone grassland
P Ryser
Journal of vegetation science 4 (2), 195-202, 1993
The mysterious root length
P Ryser
Plant and Soil 286 (1-2), 1-6, 2006
Ecological significance of leaf life span among Central European grass species
P Ryser, P Urbas
Oikos 91 (1), 41-50, 2000
Changes in the species composition and conservation value of limestone grasslands in Northern Switzerland after 22 years of contrasting managements
B Köhler, A Gigon, PJ Edwards, B Krüsi, R Langenauer, A Lüscher, ...
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 7 (1), 51-67, 2005
Leaf and root turnover of three ecologically contrasting grass species in relation to their performance along a productivity gradient
B Schläpfer, P Ryser
Oikos, 398-406, 1996
Species richness and vegetation structure in a limestone grassland after 15 years management with six biomass removal regimes
P Ryser, R Langenauer, A Gigon
Folia Geobotanica 30 (2), 157-167, 1995
Intra-and interspecific variation in root length, root turnover and the underlying parameters
P Ryser
Variation in plant growth. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, 441-465, 1998
Effects of Combined Drought and Heavy Metal Stresses on Xylem Structure and Hydraulic Conductivity in Red Maple (Acer rubrum L.)
NDG de Silva, E Cholewa, P Ryser
Journal of experimental botany 63 (16), 5957-5966, 2012
Effects of heavy-metal-contaminated soil on growth, phenology and biomass turnover of Hieracium piloselloides
P Ryser, WR Sauder
Environmental Pollution 140 (1), 52-61, 2006
Phenotypic plasticity of grass root anatomy in response to light intensity and nutrient supply
S Wahl, P Ryser, PJ Edwards
Annals of Botany 88 (6), 1071-1078, 2001
Contrasting effects of nitrogen, phosphorus and water regime on first‐and second‐year growth of 16 wetland plant species
S Güsewell, U Bollens, P Ryser, F Klötzli
Functional Ecology 17 (6), 754-765, 2003
Nutrient availability and limitation in traditionally mown and in abandoned limestone grasslands: a bioassay experiment
B Köhler, P Ryser, S Güsewell, A Gigon
Plant and Soil 230 (2), 323-332, 2001
Influence of gaps and neighbouring plants on seedling establishment in limestone grassland: experimental field studies in northern Switzerland
P Ryser
ETH Zurich, 1990
Phosphorus allocation and utilization in three grass species with contrasting response to N and P supply
P Ryser, B Verduyn, H Lambers
New Phytologist 137 (2), 293-302, 1997
Proportional dry‐mass content as an underlying trait for the variation in relative growth rate among 22 Eurasian populations of Dactylis glomerata s.l.
P Ryser, U Aeschlimann
Functional Ecology 13 (4), 473-482, 1999
Influence of seed bank and small mammals on the floristic composition of limestone grassland (Mesobrometum) in northern Switzerland
P Ryser, A Gigon
Ber. Geobot. Inst. ETH Stift. Rübel, Zürich 52, 41-52, 1985
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