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Roderick Dewar
Roderick Dewar
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Information theory explanation of the fluctuation theorem, maximum entropy production and self-organized criticality in non-equilibrium stationary states
R Dewar
Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 36 (3), 631, 2003
5882003
Carbon allocation in trees: a review of concepts in modelling.
MGR Cannell, RC Dewar
4791994
Maximum entropy production and the fluctuation theorem
RC Dewar
Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 38 (21), L371, 2005
4172005
Carbon sequestration in the trees, products and soils of forest plantations: an analysis using UK examples
RC Dewar, MGR Cannell
Tree physiology 11 (1), 49-71, 1992
3961992
Acclimation of the respiration/photosynthesis ratio to temperature: insights from a model
RC Dewar, BE Medlyn, RE Mcmurtrie
Global change biology 5 (5), 615-622, 1999
2971999
Modeling carbon allocation in trees: a search for principles
O Franklin, J Johansson, RC Dewar, U Dieckmann, RE McMurtrie, ...
Tree Physiology 32 (6), 648-666, 2012
2892012
The Ball–Berry–Leuning and Tardieu–Davies stomatal models: synthesis and extension within a spatially aggregated picture of guard cell function
RC Dewar
Plant, Cell & Environment 25 (11), 1383-1398, 2002
2332002
Conifer plantations on drained peatlands in Britain: a net gain or loss of carbon?
MGR Cannell, RC Dewar, DG Pyatt
Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 66 (4), 353-369, 1993
2091993
A root-shoot partitioning model based on carbon-nitrogen-water interactions and Munch phloem flow
RC Dewar
Functional Ecology, 356-368, 1993
2061993
A mechanistic analysis of light and carbon use efficiencies
RC Dewar, BE Medlyn, RE Mcmurtrie
Plant, Cell & Environment 21 (6), 573-588, 1998
1661998
Predicted changes in the synchrony of larval emergence and budburst under climatic warming
RC Dewar, AD Watt
Oecologia 89, 557-559, 1992
1661992
Hydraulic responses to height growth in maritime pine trees
S Delzon, M Sartore, R Burlett, R Dewar, D Loustau
Plant, Cell & Environment 27 (9), 1077-1087, 2004
1622004
Why is plant-growth response to elevated CO2 amplified when water is limiting, but reduced when nitrogen is limiting? A growth-optimisation hypothesis
RE McMurtrie, RJ Norby, BE Medlyn, RC Dewar, DA Pepper, PB Reich, ...
Functional Plant Biology 35 (6), 521-534, 2008
1612008
The correlation between plant growth and intercepted radiation: an interpretation in terms of optimal plant nitrogen content
RC DEWAR
Annals of botany 78 (1), 125-136, 1996
1541996
Analytical model of carbon storage in the trees, soils, and wood products of managed forests
RC Dewar
Tree Physiology 8 (3), 239-258, 1991
1491991
Statistical mechanics unifies different ecological patterns
RC Dewar, A Porté
Journal of theoretical biology 251 (3), 389-403, 2008
1462008
Drought‐related tree mortality: addressing the gaps in understanding and prediction
P Meir, M Mencuccini, RC Dewar
New Phytologist 207 (1), 28-33, 2015
1342015
Maximum entropy production as an inference algorithm that translates physical assumptions into macroscopic predictions: Don’t shoot the messenger
RC Dewar
Entropy 11 (4), 931-944, 2009
1322009
Interpretation of an empirical model for stomatal conductance in terms of guard cell function
RC Dewar
Plant, Cell & Environment 18 (4), 365-372, 1995
1251995
New insights into the covariation of stomatal, mesophyll and hydraulic conductances from optimization models incorporating nonstomatal limitations to photosynthesis
R Dewar, A Mauranen, A Mäkelä, T Hölttä, B Medlyn, T Vesala
New Phytologist 217 (2), 571-585, 2018
1232018
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