Tree Physiology

ISSN: 0829-318X

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Oxford University Press United Kingdom
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Tree Physiology is a journal indexed in SJR in Physiology and Plant Science with an H index of 125. Journal with a Single blind Peer Review review system It has an SJR impact factor of 1,249 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

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Languages: English

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Tree Physiology

1,249

SJR Impact factor

125

H Index

148

Total Docs (Last Year)

459

Total Docs (3 years)

7045

Total Refs

1493

Total Cites (3 years)

418

Citable Docs (3 years)

3,36

Cites/Doc (2 years)

47,6

Ref/Doc

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Best articles

A mycobacterium isolated from tissue cultures of mature Pinus sylvestris interferes with growth of Scots pine seedlings

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A semi-physiological model of cold hardening and dehardening in walnut stem

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A state-space modeling approach to estimating canopy conductance and associated uncertainties from sap flux density data

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Acclimation of leaf cohorts expanded under light and water stresses: an adaptive mechanism of Eucryphia cordifolia to face changes in climatic conditions?

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Adaptive consequences of human-mediated introgression for indigenous tree species: the case of a relict Pinus pinaster population

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Analysis of leaf water relations in leaves of two olive (Olea europaea) cultivars differing in tolerance to salinity

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Beyond tree-ring widths: stable isotopes sharpen the focus on climate responses of temperate forest trees

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Can deuterium tracing be used for reliably estimating water use of tropical trees and bamboo?

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Canopy processes in a changing climate

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Carbon partitioning and allocation in northern red oak seedlings and mature trees in response to ozone

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Climatic origins predict variation in photoprotective leaf pigments in response to drought and low temperatures in live oaks (Quercus series Virentes)

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Costs of leaf reinforcement in response to winter cold in evergreen species

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Differences in leaf characteristics between ozone-sensitive and ozone-tolerant hybrid aspen (Populus tremula x Populus tremuloides) clones

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Differential light responses of Mediterranean tree saplings: linking ecophysiology with regeneration niche in four co-occurring species

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Drought and air warming affect the species-specific levels of stress-related foliar metabolites of three oak species on acidic and calcareous soil

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Dynamic changes in concentrations of auxin, cytokinin, ABA and selected metabolites in multiple genotypes of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) during a growing season

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Dynamics of low-temperature acclimation in temperate and boreal conifer foliage in a mild winter climate

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Ecophysiological evaluation of the potential invasiveness of Rhus typhina in its non-native habitats

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Effect of elevated [CO2] and varying nutrient application rates on physiology and biomass accumulation of Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis)

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Effect of elevated carbon dioxide concentration and root restriction on net photosynthesis, water relations and foliar carbohydrate status of loblolly pine seedlings

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Effect of flooding on C metabolism of flood-tolerant (Quercus robur) and non-tolerant (Fagus sylvatica) tree species

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