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The spatial structure of Antarctic biodiversity
P Convey, SL Chown, A Clarke, DKA Barnes, S Bokhorst, V Cummings, ...
Ecological monographs 84 (2), 203-244, 2014
Photosynthesis in poikilohydric plants: a comparison of lichens and bryophytes
TGA Green, OL Lange
Ecophysiology of photosynthesis, 319-341, 1995
Ecophysiology of desiccation/rehydration cycles in mosses and lichens
TGA Green, LG Sancho, A Pintado
Plant desiccation tolerance, 89-120, 2011
Hydration‐dependent photosynthetic production of lichens: what do laboratory studies tell us about field performance?
OL Lange, TGA Green, U Heber
Journal of experimental botany 52 (363), 2033-2042, 2001
Plant life in Antarctica
TGA Green, B Schroeter, LG Sancho
Functional plant ecology, 389-434, 2007
Water status related photosynthesis and carbon isotope discrimination in species of the lichen genusPseudocyphellaria with green or blue-green photobionts and …
OL Lange, TGA Green, H Ziegler
Oecologia 75, 494-501, 1988
Slowest to fastest: extreme range in lichen growth rates supports their use as an indicator of climate change in Antarctica
LG Sancho, TGA Green, A Pintado
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 202 (8), 667-673, 2007
Carbon-dioxide exchange in lichens: determination of transport and carboxylation characteristics
IR Cowan, OL Lange, TGA Green
Planta 187, 282-294, 1992
Temperate rainforest lichens in New Zealand: high thallus water content can severely limit photosynthetic CO2 exchange
OL Lange, B Büdel, U Heber, A Meyer, H Zellner, TGA Green
Oecologia 95, 303-313, 1993
Lichen fungi have low cyanobiont selectivity in maritime Antarctica
N Wirtz, HT Lumbsch, TGA Green, R Türk, A Pintado, L Sancho, ...
New Phytologist 160 (1), 177-183, 2003
Carbon dioxide exchange at subzero temperatures. Field measurements on Umbilicaria aprina in Antarctica
B Schroeter, TGA Green, L Kappen, RD Seppelt
Cryptogamic Botany 4 (2), 233-241, 1994
Lichens show that fungi can acclimate their respiration to seasonal changes in temperature
OL Lange, TGA Green
Oecologia 142, 11-19, 2005
Physiological ecology of carbon dioxide exchange
TGA Green, TH Nash, OL Lange
Lichen biology, 152-181, 2008
Photosynthetic characteristics of three asparagus cultivars differing in yield
MJ Faville, WB Silvester, TGA Green, WA Jermyn
Crop Science 39 (4), 1070-1077, 1999
Are lichens active under snow in continental Antarctica?
S Pannewitz, M Schlensog, TGA Green, LG Sancho, B Schroeter
Oecologia 135, 30-38, 2003
Water relations and CO2 exchange of the terrestrial lichen Teloschistes capensis in the Namib fog desert: measurements during two seasons in the field and under controlled …
OL Lange, TGA Green, B Melzer, A Meyer, H Zellner
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 201 (4), 268-280, 2006
High diversity of lichens at 84 S, Queen Maud Mountains, suggests preglacial survival of species in the Ross Sea region, Antarctica
TGA Green, LG Sancho, R Türk, RD Seppelt, ID Hogg
Polar Biology 34, 1211-1220, 2011
Improved appreciation of the functioning and importance of biological soil crusts in Europe: the Soil Crust International Project (SCIN)
B Büdel, C Colesie, TGA Green, M Grube, R Lázaro Suau, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 23, 1639-1658, 2014
Ecology of endolithic lichens colonizing granite in continental Antarctica
A De Los Rios, J Wierzchos, LG Sancho, TGA Green, C Ascaso
The lichenologist 37 (5), 383-395, 2005
Monitoring photosynthetic activity of crustose lichens using a PAM-2000 fluorescence system
B Schroeter, TGA Green, RD Seppelt, L Kappen
Oecologia 92, 457-462, 1992
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