Howard Griffiths
Howard Griffiths
Professor of Plant Ecology
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TitleCited byYear
Carbon isotopes and water use efficiency: sense and sensitivity
U Seibt, A Rajabi, H Griffiths, JA Berry
Oecologia 155 (3), 441, 2008
4002008
Linking drought‐resistance mechanisms to drought avoidance in upland rice using a QTL approach: progress and new opportunities to integrate stomatal and mesophyll responses
AH Price, JE Cairns, P Horton, HG Jones, H Griffiths
Journal of experimental botany 53 (371), 989-1004, 2002
3512002
Growth and development of Mesembryanthemum crystallinum (Aizoaceae)
P ADAMS, DONE NELSON, S YAMADA, W CHMARA, RG JENSEN, ...
The New Phytologist 138 (2), 171-190, 1998
3071998
Why are non-photosynthetic tissues generally 13C enriched compared with leaves in C3 plants? Review and synthesis of current hypotheses
LA Cernusak, G Tcherkez, C Keitel, WK Cornwell, LS Santiago, A Knohl, ...
Functional Plant Biology 36 (3), 199-213, 2009
2892009
The skeletal system
FW Smith, H Griffiths
Hodgkin's Disease: The Consequences of Survival, 189-192, 1989
2321989
Exploiting the potential of plants with crassulacean acid metabolism for bioenergy production on marginal lands
AM Borland, H Griffiths, J Hartwell, JAC Smith
Journal of experimental botany 60 (10), 2879-2896, 2009
2312009
Crassulacean acid metabolism: plastic, fantastic
AN Dodd, AM Borland, RP Haslam, H Griffiths, K Maxwell
Journal of experimental botany 53 (369), 569-580, 2002
2182002
Carbon isotope fractionation during dark respiration and photorespiration in C3 plants
J Ghashghaie, FW Badeck, G Lanigan, S Nogués, G Tcherkez, E Deléens, ...
Phytochemistry reviews 2 (1-2), 145-161, 2003
2082003
Soil priming by sugar and leaf-litter substrates: a link to microbial groups
AT Nottingham, H Griffiths, PM Chamberlain, AW Stott, EVJ Tanner
Applied Soil Ecology 42 (3), 183-190, 2009
1872009
Photosynthetic pathways in the Bromeliaceae of Trinidad: relations between life-forms, habitat preference and the occurrence of CAM
H Griffiths, JAC Smith
Oecologia 60 (2), 176-184, 1983
1541983
The carbon isotope ratio of plant organic material reflects temporal and spatial variations in CO2 within tropical forest formations in Trinidad
MSJ Broadmeadow, H Griffiths, C Maxwell, AM Borland
Oecologia 89 (3), 435-441, 1992
1411992
Plant responses to water stress
H Griffiths, MAJ Parry
Annals of Botany 89 (7), 801-802, 2002
1352002
Crassulacean acid metabolism: a re-appraisal of physiological plasticity in form and function
H Griffiths
Advances in Botanical Research 15, 43-92, 1989
1301989
Comparative ecophysiology of CAM and C3 bromeliads. III. Environmental influences on CO2 assimilation and transpiration
H Griffiths, U Lüttge, KH Stimmel, CE Crook, NM Griffiths, JAC Smith
Plant, Cell & Environment 9 (5), 385-393, 1986
1301986
Stable isotopes, integration of biological, ecological and geochemical processes (Environmental Plant Biology series)
H Griffiths
Bios, Oxford, 303-321, 1998
1251998
Inorganic C-sources for Lemanea, Cladophora and Ranunculus in a fast-flowing stream: Measurements of gas exchange and of carbon isotope ratio and their …
J Raven, J Beardall, H Griffiths
Oecologia 53 (1), 68-78, 1982
1231982
Inorganic carbon assimilation in the Isoetids, Isoetes lacustris L. and Lobelia dortmanna L.
K Richardson, H Griffiths, ML Reed, JA Raven, NM Griffiths
Oecologia 61 (1), 115-121, 1984
1151984
Cleome, a genus closely related to Arabidopsis, contains species spanning a developmental progression from C3 to C4 photosynthesis
DM Marshall, R Muhaidat, NJ Brown, Z Liu, S Stanley, H Griffiths, ...
The Plant Journal 51 (5), 886-896, 2007
1142007
Carbon isotope discrimination and the coupling of CO2 fluxes within forest canopies
MSJ Broadmeadow, H Griffiths
Stable isotopes and plant carbon-water relations, 109-129, 1993
1121993
Carbon dioxide concentrating mechanisms and the evolution of CAM in vascular epiphytes
H Griffiths
Vascular plants as epiphytes, 42-86, 1989
1091989
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