Bettina M. J. Engelbrecht
Bettina M. J. Engelbrecht
BayCEER, University of Bayreuth, Germany
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Drought sensitivity shapes species distribution patterns in tropical forests
BMJ Engelbrecht, LS Comita, R Condit, TA Kursar, MT Tyree, BL Turner, ...
Nature 447 (7140), 80-82, 2007
Functional traits and the growth–mortality trade‐off in tropical trees
SJ Wright, K Kitajima, NJB Kraft, PB Reich, IJ Wright, DE Bunker, R Condit, ...
Ecology 91 (12), 3664-3674, 2010
Species distributions in response to individual soil nutrients and seasonal drought across a community of tropical trees
R Condit, BMJ Engelbrecht, D Pino, R Prez, BL Turner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (13), 5064-5068, 2013
Comparative drought-resistance of seedlings of 28 species of co-occurring tropical woody plants
BMJ Engelbrecht, TA Kursar
Oecologia 136, 383-393, 2003
Soil organic phosphorus in lowland tropical rain forests
BL Turner, BMJ Engelbrecht
Biogeochemistry 103, 297-315, 2011
The effect of nutrient enrichment on growth, photosynthesis and hydraulic conductance of dwarf mangroves in Panama
CE Lovelock, IC Feller, KL McKee, MC Ball
Functional Ecology 18 (1), 25-33, 2004
Tolerance to low leaf water status of tropical tree seedlings is related to drought performance and distribution
TA Kursar, BMJ Engelbrecht, A Burke, MT Tyree, B EI Omari, JP Giraldo
Functional Ecology 23 (1), 93-102, 2009
Drought effects on seedling survival in a tropical moist forest
BMJ Engelbrecht, TA Kursar, MT Tyree
Trees 19, 312-321, 2005
A synthesis of tree functional traits related to drought‐induced mortality in forests across climatic zones
MJ O'Brien, BMJ Engelbrecht, J Joswig, G Pereyra, B Schuldt, S Jansen, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (6), 1669-1686, 2017
Seasonal and spatial variation in water availability drive habitat associations in a tropical forest
LS Comita, BMJ Engelbrecht
Ecology 90 (10), 2755-2765, 2009
Desiccation tolerance of five tropical seedlings in Panama. Relationship to a field assessment of drought performance
MT Tyree, BMJ Engelbrecht, G Vargas, TA Kursar
Plant physiology 132 (3), 1439-1447, 2003
Ecological determinism in plant community structure across a tropical forest landscape
JC Svenning, DA Kinner, RF Stallard, BMJ Engelbrecht, SJ Wright
Ecology 85 (9), 2526-2538, 2004
Evaluation of different methods to estimate understorey light conditions in tropical forests
BMJ Engelbrecht, HM Herz
Journal of Tropical Ecology 17 (2), 207-224, 2001
Short dry spells in the wet season increase mortality of tropical pioneer seedlings
BMJ Engelbrecht, JW Dalling, TRH Pearson, RL Wolf, DA Galvez, ...
Oecologia 148, 258-269, 2006
Linking physiological processes with mangrove forest structure: phosphorus deficiency limits canopy development, hydraulic conductivity and photosynthetic carbon gain in dwarf…
CE Lovelock, MC Ball, B Choat, BMJ Engelbrecht, NM Holbrook, IC Feller
Plant, cell & environment 29 (5), 793-802, 2006
Fungal endophytes nearly double minimum leaf conductance in seedlings of a neotropical tree species
AE Arnold, BMJ Engelbrecht
Journal of Tropical Ecology 23 (3), 369-372, 2007
Differences in plant function in phosphorus‐and nitrogen‐limited mangrove ecosystems
CE Lovelock, IC Feller, MC Ball, BMJ Engelbrecht, ML Ewe
New Phytologist 172 (3), 514-522, 2006
Geological substrates shape tree species and trait distributions in African moist forests
A Fayolle, B Engelbrecht, V Freycon, F Mortier, M Swaine, ...
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e42381, 2012
Drought until death do us part: a case study of the desiccation‐tolerance of a tropical moist forest seedling‐tree, Licania platypus (Hemsl.) Fritsch
MT Tyree, G Vargas, BMJ Engelbrecht, TA Kursar
Journal of experimental botany 53 (378), 2239-2247, 2002
Variation in hydraulic conductivity of mangroves: influence of species, salinity, and nitrogen and phosphorus availability
CE Lovelock, MC Ball, IC Feller, BMJ Engelbrecht, M Ling Ewe
Physiologia Plantarum 127 (3), 457-464, 2006
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