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Levée, V.; Major, I.; Levasseur, C.; Tremblay, L.; MacKay, J.; Séguin, A. 2009. Expression profiling and functional analysis of Populus WRKY23 reveals a regulatory role in disease. New Phytologist. 184: 48-70.

Li, Q.; Min, D.; Peng-Yu Wang, J.; Peszlen, I.; Horvath, L.; et al. 2011. Down-regulation of glycosyltransferase 8D genes in Populus trichocarpa caused reduced mechanical strength and xylan content in wood. Tree Physiology. 31: 226-236.

Lin, S.; Binder, B.F.; Hart, E.R. 1998. Chemical ecology of cottonwood leaf beetle adult feeding preferences on Populus. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 24: 1791-1802.

Lin, S.; Binder, B.F.; Hart, E.R. 1998. Insect feeding stimulants from the leaf surface of Populus. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 24: 1781-1790.

Liu, Z.; Dickmann, D.I. 1992. Abscisic acid accumulation in leaves of two contrasting hybrid Populus clones affected by nitrogen fertilization plus cyclic flooding and soil drying. Tree Physiology. 11: 109-122.

Liu, Z.; Dickmann, D.I. 1992. Responses of two hybrid Populus clones to flooding, drought, and nitrogen availability. I. Morphology and growth. Canadian Journal of Botany. 70: 2265-2270.

Liu, Z.; Dickmann, D.I. 1993. Responses of two hybrid Populus clones to flooding, drought, and nitrogen availability: II. Gas exchange and water relations. Canadian Journal of Botany. 71: 927-938.

Liu, Z.; Dickmann, D.I. 1996. Effects of water and nitrogen interaction on net photosynthesis, stomatal conductance, and water-use efficiency in two hybrid poplar clones. Physiologia Plantarum 97: 507-512.

Lombard,K.; O'Neill, M.; Mexal, J.; Ulery, A.; Onken, B.; et al. 2010. Can soil plant analysis development values predict chlorophyll and total Fe in hybrid poplar? Agroforestry Systems. 78: 1-11.

Lteif, A.; Whalen, J.K.; Bradley, R.l.; Camiré, C. 2008. Diagnostic tools to evaluate the foliar nutrition and growth of hybrid poplars. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 38: 2138-2147.

MacDonald, R.C.; Kimmerer, T.W. 1993. Metabolism of transpired ethanol by eastern cottonwood (Populus deltoides Bartr.). Plant Physiology. 102: 173-179.

Major, I.T.; Constabel, C.P. 2007. Shoot–root defense signaling and activation of root defense by leaf damage in poplar. Canadian Journal of Botany. 85: 1171-1181.

Major, I.T.; Nicole, M.C.; Duplessis, S.; Séguin, A. 2010. Photosynthetic and respiratory changes in leaves of poplar elicited by rust infection. Photosynthesis Research. 104: 41-48.

Man, H.; Boriel, R.; El-Khatib, R.; Kirby, E.G. 2005. Characterization of transgenic poplar with ectopic expression of pine cytosolic glutamine synthetase under conditions of varying nitrogen availability. New Phytologist. 167: 31-39.

Maxwell, D.L.; Kruger, E.L.; Stanosz, G.R. 1997. Effects of water stress on colonization of poplar stems and excised leaf disks by Septoria musiva. Phytopathology. 87: 381-388.

McCamant, T.; Black, R.A. 2000. Cold hardiness in coastal, montane, and inland populations of Populus trichocarpa. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 30: 91-99.

McLennan, D.S. 1990. Spatial variation in black cottonwood (Poulus trichocarpa) foliar nutrient concentrations at seven alluvial sites in coastal British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 20: 1089-1097.

Meinzer, F.C.; Hinckley, T.M.; Ceulemans, R. 1997. Apparent responses of stomata to transpiration and humidity in a hybrid poplar canopy. Plant, Cell and Environment. 20: 1301-1308.

Mentag, R.; Luckevich, M.; Morency, M.J.; Séguin, A. 2003. Bacterial disease resistance of transgenic hybrid poplar expressing the synthetic antimicrobial peptide D4E1. Tree Physiology. 23: 405-411.

Michael, D.A.; Dickmann, D.I.; Isebrands, J.G.; Nelson, N.D. 1990. Photosynthesis patterns during the establishment year within two Populus clones with contrasting morphology and phenology. Tree Physiology. 6: 11-27.

Milne, R.; Sattin, M.; Deans, J.D.; Jarvis, P.G.; Cannell, M.G.R. 1992. The biomass production of three poplar clones in relation to intercepted solar radiation. Forest Ecology and Management. 55: 1-14.

Murthy, R.; Barron-Gafford, G.; Dougherty, P.M.; Engel, V.C.; Grieve, K.; et al. 2005. Increased leaf area dominates carbon flux response to elevated CO2 in stands of Populus deltoides (Bartr.). Global Change Biology. 11: 716-731.

Nagel, L.M.; Bassman, J.H.; Edwards, G.E.; Robberecht, R.; Franceshi, V.R. 1998. Leaf anatomical changes in Populus trichocarpa, Quercus rubra, Pseudotsuga menziesii and Pinus ponderosa exposed to enhanced vultraviolet-B radiation. Physiologia Plantarum. 104: 385-396.

Naik, D.; Smith, E.; Cumming, J.R. 2009. Rhizosphere carbon deposition, oxidative stress and nutritional changes in two poplar species exposed to aluminum. Tree Physiology. 29: 423-436.

Newman, L.A.; Strand, S.E.; Choe, N.; Duffy, J.; Ekuan, G.; et al. 1997. Uptake and biotransformation of trichloroethylene by hybrid poplars. Environmental Science and Technology. 31: 1062-1067.

Newman, L.A.; Wang, X.; Muiznieks, I.A.; Ekuan, G.; Ruszaj, M.; et al. 1999. Remediation of trichloroethylene in an artificial aquifer with trees: a controlled field study. Environmental Science and Technology. 33: 2257-2265.

Nguyen, P.V.; Dickmann, D.I.; Pregitzer, K.S.; Hendrick, R. 1990. Late-season changes in allocation of starch and sugar to shoots, coarse roots, and fine roots in two hybrid poplar clones. Tree Physiology. 7: 95-105.

Nicole, M.C.; Hamel, L.P.; Morency, M.J.; Beaudoin, N.; Ellis, B.E.; et al. 2006. MAP-ping genomic organization and organ-specific expression profiles of poplar MAP kinases and MAP kinase kinases. BMG Genomics. 7: 223-245.

Ogunjemiyo, S.; Roberts, D.A.; Keightley, K.; Ustin, S.L.; Hinckley, T.; et al. 2002. Evaluating the relationship between AVIRIS water vapor and poplar plantation evapotranspiration. Journal of Geophysical Research. 107: 1-15.

Orendovici-Best, T.; Skelly, J.M.; Davis, D.D.; Ferdinand, J.A.; Savage, J.E.; et al. 2008. Ozone uptake (flux) as it relates to ozone-induced foliar symptoms of Prunus serotina and Populus maximowizii × trichocarpa. Environmental Pollution. 151: 79-92.

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