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
4342005
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
3341996
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
3281994
Division of labour in clonal plants
P Alpert
The ecology and evolution of clonal plants, 137-154, 1997
2291997
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), 1-8, 1998
2171998
On the ecological and evolutionary significance of storage in clonal plants
JI Suzuki, J Stuefer
Plant Species Biology 14 (1), 11-17, 1999
1791999
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
1782007
Potential and limitations of current concepts regarding the response of clonal plants to environmental heterogeneity
JF Stuefer
Vegetatio 127 (1), 55-70, 1996
1731996
Shade-induced changes in the branching pattern of a stoloniferous herb: functional response or allometric effect?
H Huber, JF Stuefer
Oecologia 110 (4), 478-486, 1997
1151997
Clonal integration beyond resource sharing: implications for defence signalling and disease transmission in clonal plant networks
JF Stuefer, S Gómez, T Van Mölken
Evolutionary Ecology 18 (5), 647-667, 2004
1122004
Environmental heterogeneity and clonal growth: a study of the capacity for reciprocal translocation in Glechoma hederacea L.
JF Stuefer, MJ Hutchings
Oecologia 100 (3), 302-308, 1994
1091994
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
1001998
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 (2), 123-138, 1994
961994
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
901999
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
822007
The role of stolon internodes for ramet survival after clone fragmentation in Potentilla anserine
JF Stuefer
Ecol Lett 2, 135-139, 1999
751999
Members only: induced systemic resistance to herbivory in a clonal plant network
S Gomez, JF Stuefer
Oecologia 147 (3), 461-468, 2006
712006
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
622007
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
532008
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
532002
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