Louis Santiago
Louis Santiago
Professor of Botany and Plant Sciences, University of California Riverside
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Plant species traits are the predominant control on litter decomposition rates within biomes worldwide
WK Cornwell, JHC Cornelissen, K Amatangelo, E Dorrepaal, VT Eviner, ...
Ecology letters 11 (10), 1065-1071, 2008
Potassium, phosphorus, or nitrogen limit root allocation, tree growth, or litter production in a lowland tropical forest
SJ Wright, JB Yavitt, N Wurzburger, BL Turner, EVJ Tanner, EJ Sayer, ...
Ecology 92 (8), 1616-1625, 2011
Leaf photosynthetic traits scale with hydraulic conductivity and wood density in Panamanian forest canopy trees
LS Santiago, G Goldstein, FC Meinzer, JB Fisher, K Machado, D Woodruff, ...
Oecologia 140, 543-550, 2004
Global patterns of leaf mechanical properties
Y Onoda, M Westoby, PB Adler, AMF Choong, FJ Clissold, ...
Ecology letters 14 (3), 301-312, 2011
Nighttime transpiration in woody plants from contrasting ecosystems
TE Dawson, SSO Burgess, KP Tu, RS Oliveira, LS Santiago, JB Fisher, ...
Tree Physiology 27 (4), 561-575, 2007
Why are non-photosynthetic tissues generally 13C enriched compared with leaves in C3 plants? Review and synthesis of current hypotheses
LA Cernusak, G Tcherkez, C Keitel, WK Cornwell, LS Santiago, A Knohl, ...
Functional Plant Biology 36 (3), 199-213, 2009
A review of volatile analytical methods for determining the botanical origin of honey
LF Cuevas-Glory, JA Pino, LS Santiago, E Sauri-Duch
Food Chemistry 103 (3), 1032-1043, 2007
Global effects of soil and climate on leaf photosynthetic traits and rates
V Maire, IJ Wright, IC Prentice, NH Batjes, R Bhaskar, PM van Bodegom, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 24 (6), 706-717, 2015
Leaf functional traits of tropical forest plants in telation to growth form
LS Santiago, SJ Wright
Functional Ecology, 19-27, 2007
Tropical tree seedling growth responses to nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium addition
LS Santiago, SJ Wright, KE Harms, JB Yavitt, C Korine, MN Garcia, ...
Journal of Ecology, 309-316, 2012
Crassulacean acid metabolism and epiphytism linked to adaptive radiations in the Orchidaceae
K Silvera, LS Santiago, JC Cushman, K Winter
Plant physiology 149 (4), 1838-1847, 2009
Fog interception by Sequoia sempervirens (D. Don) crowns decouples physiology from soil water deficit
KA Simonin, LS Santiago, TE Dawson
Plant, cell & environment 32 (7), 882-892, 2009
Coordinated changes in photosynthesis, water relations and leaf nutritional traits of canopy trees along a precipitation gradient in lowland tropical forest
LS Santiago, K Kitajima, SJ Wright, SS Mulkey
Oecologia 139, 495-502, 2004
Water relations of evergreen and drought-deciduous trees along a seasonally dry tropical forest chronosequence
NJ Hasselquist, MF Allen, LS Santiago
Oecologia 164, 881-890, 2010
Extending the leaf economics spectrum to decomposition: evidence from a tropical forest
LS Santiago
Ecology 88 (5), 1126-1131, 2007
Coordination of stem and leaf hydraulic conductance in southern C alifornia shrubs: a test of the hydraulic segmentation hypothesis
AL Pivovaroff, L Sack, LS Santiago
New Phytologist 203 (3), 842-850, 2014
Stem, root, and older leaf N: P ratios are more responsive indicators of soil nutrient availability than new foliage
LA Schreeg, LS Santiago, SJ Wright, BL Turner
Ecology 95 (8), 2062-2068, 2014
Multiple strategies for drought survival among woody plant species
AL Pivovaroff, SC Pasquini, ME De Guzman, KP Alstad, JS Stemke, ...
Functional Ecology 30 (4), 517-526, 2016
Can vessel dimension explain tolerance toward fungal vascular wilt diseases in woody plants? Lessons from Dutch elm disease and esca disease in grapevine
J Pouzoulet, AL Pivovaroff, LS Santiago, PE Rolshausen
Frontiers in plant science 5, 253, 2014
Distribution of crassulacean acid metabolism in orchids of Panama: evidence of selection for weak and strong modes
K Silvera, LS Santiago, K Winter
Functional Plant Biology 32 (5), 397-407, 2005
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