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Tree Physiology publishes both technical reviews and original research reports on all aspects of physiology of trees, other woody species, and species of arborescent growth forms …Find out more
Latest Special Issues
Virtual Issue: Mechanisms and Consequences of Tree Drought Response
Many tree mortality events are linked to drought, but how much do we really know about the drought response of trees? Explore a selection of highly cited articles and commentaries, collated to coincide with the AGU meeting in December.
Special Issue: Ninth International Workshop on Sap flow
This Special Issue presents papers from the Ninth International Workshop on Sap Flow. It highlights the current understanding of plant hydraulics and the significance of studies of sap flow in furthering our knowledge of plant water use and function under varying environmental conditions.
Special Issue: Wood Structure in Ecophysiology
This special issue of Tree Physiology presents original and review papers of the International Symposium ‘WSE: Wood Structure in Plant Biology and Ecology’, held in Naples on 17–20 April 2013. The symposium presented a survey of current research on wood structure and tree physiology in the context of environmental changes
Invited Issue: Tree Growth and Molecular Biology
This special issue presents papers on various aspects of tree growth and molecular biology, including the genetics of superior growth traits in trees, abiotic stress in forest trees, and insights into nitrogen allocation and recycling.Read now
SAPFLUXNET: towards a global database of sap flow measurements
Rafael Poyatos, Victor Granda, Roberto Molowny-Horas, Maurizio Mencuccini, Kathy Steppe, Jordi Martinez-Vilalta
Alexander W. Cheesman, Lucas A. Cernusak
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2015 Graduate Prize Winning Paper
The Best Graduate Student Paper Award goes to Jie Luo et al for the paper ‘Global poplar root and leaf transcriptomes reveal links between growth and stress responses under nitrogen starvation and excess’.Browse now
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Impact Factor: 3.587
Tree Physiology has a 2015 Impact Factor of 3.587 and is ranked 2/66 in the Forestry ranking (2016 Release of Journal Citation Reports. Source: 2015 Web of Science Data).
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