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Josef F. Stuefer
Josef F. Stuefer
Utrecht university; Nijmegen university, NWO
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A modular concept of phenotypic plasticity in plants
H De Kroon, H Huber, JF Stuefer, JM Van Groenendael
New phytologist 166 (1), 73-82, 2005
5452005
Exploitation of environmental hetergeneity by spatial division of labor in a clonal plant
JF Stueffer, H De Kroon, HJ During
Functional Ecology, 328-334, 1996
3821996
High benefits of clonal integration in two stoloniferous species, in response to heterogeneous light environments
JF Stuefer, HJ During, H de Kroon
Journal of Ecology, 511-518, 1994
3671994
Division of labour in clonal plants
P Alpert
The ecology and evolution of clonal plants, 1997
2601997
Differential effects of light quantity and spectral light quality on growth, morphology and development of two stoloniferous Potentilla species
JF Stuefer, H Huber
Oecologia 117, 1-8, 1998
2471998
On the ecological and evolutionary significance of storage in clonal plants
JI Suzuki, J Stuefer
Plant Species Biology 14 (1), 11-17, 1999
2051999
Root herbivores influence the behaviour of an aboveground parasitoid through changes in plant‐volatile signals
R Soler, JA Harvey, AFD Kamp, LEM Vet, WH Van der Putten, ...
Oikos 116 (3), 367-376, 2007
1992007
Potential and limitations of current concepts regarding the response of clonal plants to environmental heterogeneity
JF Stuefer
Vegetatio 127, 55-70, 1996
1861996
Clonal integration beyond resource sharing: implications for defence signalling and disease transmission in clonal plant networks
JF Stuefer, S Gómez, T Mölken
Evolutionary Ecology 18, 647-667, 2004
1402004
Two types of division of labour in clonal plants: benefits, costs and constraints
JF Stuefer
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 1 (1), 47-60, 1998
1281998
Shade-induced changes in the branching pattern of a stoloniferous herb: functional response or allometric effect?
H Huber, JF Stuefer
Oecologia 110, 478-486, 1997
1231997
Environmental heterogeneity and clonal growth: a study of the capacity for reciprocal translocation in Glechoma hederacea L.
JF Stuefer, MJ Hutchings
Oecologia 100, 302-308, 1994
1151994
The effects of mechanical stress and spectral shading on the growth and allocation of ten genotypes of a stoloniferous plant
Y Liu, F Schieving, JF Stuefer, NPR Anten
Annals of Botany 99 (1), 121-130, 2007
1072007
On plastic and non-plastic variation in clonal plant morphology and its ecological significance
H de Kroon, JF Stuefer, M Dong, HJ During
Folia Geobotanica 29, 123-138, 1994
1061994
Quantifying the effects of reciprocal assimilate and water translocation in a clonal plant by the use of steam-girdling
M van Kleunen, JF Stuefer
Oikos, 135-145, 1999
961999
Members only: induced systemic resistance to herbivory in a clonal plant network
S Gomez, JF Stuefer
Oecologia 147, 461-468, 2006
862006
The role of stolon internodes for ramet survival after clone fragmentation in Potentilla anserina
Stuefer, Huber
Ecology Letters 2 (3), 135-139, 1999
861999
Importance of plasticity and decision‐making strategies for plant resource acquisition in spatio‐temporally variable environments
G Magyar, Á Kun, B Oborny, JF Stuefer
New phytologist 174 (1), 182-193, 2007
762007
Systemic induced resistance: a risk‐spreading strategy in clonal plant networks?
S Gómez, Y Onoda, V Ossipov, JF Stuefer
New Phytologist 179 (4), 1142-1153, 2008
652008
A genotypic trade‐off between the number and size of clonal offspring in the stoloniferous herb Potentilla reptans
JF Stuefer, JB Van Hulzen, HJ During
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 15 (5), 880-884, 2002
602002
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