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DESPOT, a process-based tree growth model that allocates carbon to maximize carbon gain

Importance of microbial soil organic matter processing in dissolved organic carbon production

Carbon patterns and processes in East Asian ecosystems: multi-scale approaches

Belowground carbon pools and processes in different age stands of Douglas-fir

Localized stem chilling alters carbon processes in the adjacent stem and in source leaves

Towards a computer based framework to support the low carbon building design process

Algal 14C and total carbon metabolisms. 1. Models to account for the physiological processes of respiration and recycling

A branching process model for the analysis of abortive colony size distributions in carbon ion-irradiated normal human fibroblasts

Opportunistic proteolytic processing of carbonic anhydrase 1 from Chlamydomonas in Arabidopsis reveals a novel route for protein maturation

Processing of low carbon content interstellar ice analogues by cosmic rays: implications for the chemistry around oxygen-rich stars

Use of a physiological process model with forestry yield tables to set limits on annual carbon balances

A rapid and simple method for processing wood to crude cellulose for analysis of stable carbon isotopes in tree rings

Limitation of leaf carbon gain by stomatal and photochemical processes in the top canopy of Macaranga conifera, a tropical pioneer tree

The long way down—are carbon and oxygen isotope signals in the tree ring uncoupled from canopy physiological processes?

 

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