Rafael Villar
Rafael Villar
Professor of Ecology, Cordoba University, Spain
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The worldwide leaf economics spectrum
IJ Wright, PB Reich, M Westoby, DD Ackerly, Z Baruch, F Bongers, ...
Nature 428 (6985), 821-827, 2004
56792004
Causes and consequences of variation in leaf mass per area (LMA): a meta‐analysis
H Poorter, Ü Niinemets, L Poorter, IJ Wright, R Villar
New phytologist 182 (3), 565-588, 2009
15992009
Assessing the generality of global leaf trait relationships
IJ Wright, PB Reich, JHC Cornelissen, DS Falster, E Garnier, K Hikosaka, ...
New phytologist 166 (2), 485-496, 2005
6752005
Interactions of drought and shade effects on seedlings of four Quercus species: physiological and structural leaf responses
JL Quero, R Villar, T Marañón, R Zamora
New Phytologist 170 (4), 819-834, 2006
2682006
The fate of acquired carbon in plants: chemical composition and construction costs
H Poorter
Plant resource allocation, 39-72, 1994
2591994
Enhanced wheat yield by biochar addition under different mineral fertilization levels
JA Alburquerque, P Salazar, V Barrón, J Torrent, MC del Campillo, ...
Agronomy for Sustainable Development 33 (3), 475-484, 2013
2552013
Comparison of leaf construction costs in woody species with differing leaf life‐spans in contrasting ecosystems
R Villar, J Merino
New Phytologist 151 (1), 213-226, 2001
2422001
Global climatic drivers of leaf size
IJ Wright, N Dong, V Maire, IC Prentice, M Westoby, S Díaz, RV Gallagher, ...
Science 357 (6354), 917-921, 2017
2362017
Dark leaf respiration in light and darkness of an evergreen and a deciduous plant species
R Villar, AA Held, J Merino
Plant physiology 107 (2), 421-427, 1995
1991995
Relative growth rate in phylogenetically related deciduous and evergreen woody species
I Antúnez, EC Retamosa, R Villar
Oecologia 128 (2), 172-180, 2001
1862001
Effects of biochars produced from different feedstocks on soil properties and sunflower growth
JA Alburquerque, JM Calero, V Barrón, J Torrent, MC del Campillo, ...
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 177 (1), 16-25, 2014
1522014
Tasas de crecimiento en especies leñosas: aspectos funcionales e implicaciones ecológicas
R Villar, J Ruiz-Robleto, JL Quero, H Poorter, F Valladares, T Marañón
Ecología del bosque mediterráneo en un mundo cambiante, 191-227, 2004
1482004
Seed‐mass effects in four Mediterranean Quercus species (Fagaceae) growing in contrasting light environments
JL Quero, R Villar, T Marañón, R Zamora, L Poorter
American Journal of Botany 94 (11), 1795-1803, 2007
1442007
Comparison of methods to estimate dark respiration in the light in leaves of two woody species
R Villar, AA Held, J Merino
Plant Physiology 105 (1), 167-172, 1994
1401994
Differences in construction costs and chemical composition between deciduous and evergreen woody species are small as compared to differences among families
R Villar, JR Robleto, Y De Jong, H Poorter
Plant, Cell & Environment 29 (8), 1629-1643, 2006
1192006
Leaf mass per area (LMA) and its relationship with leaf structure and anatomy in 34 Mediterranean woody species along a water availability gradient
EG de la Riva, M Olmo, H Poorter, JL Ubera, R Villar
PloS one 11 (2), e0148788, 2016
1012016
Water-use strategies of six co-existing Mediterranean woody species during a summer drought
JL Quero, FJ Sterck, J Martínez-Vilalta, R Villar
Oecologia 166 (1), 45-57, 2011
982011
Linking root traits to plant physiology and growth in Fraxinus angustifolia Vahl. seedlings under soil compaction conditions
D Alameda, R Villar
Environmental and Experimental Botany 79, 49-57, 2012
922012
Moderate soil compaction: implications on growth and architecture in seedlings of 17 woody plant species
D Alameda, R Villar
Soil and Tillage Research 103 (2), 325-331, 2009
862009
Exploring variation in leaf mass per area (LMA) from leaf to cell: an anatomical analysis of 26 woody species
R Villar, J Ruiz‐Robleto, JL Ubera, H Poorter
American Journal of Botany 100 (10), 1969-1980, 2013
822013
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