Anthony J  Davy
Anthony J Davy
Emeritus Professor of Ecology, University of East Anglia
Adresse e-mail validée de uea.ac.uk
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Handbook of ecological restoration
MR Perrow, AJ Davy
Cambridge University Press, 2002
454*2002
Nucleation and facilitation in saltmarsh succession: interactions between Spartina maritima and Arthrocnemum perenne
EM Castellanos, ME Figueroa, AJ Davy
Journal of ecology, 239-248, 1994
2411994
Native oak chloroplasts reveal an ancient divide across Europe
C Ferris, RP Oliver, AJ Davy, GM Hewitt
Molecular Ecology 2 (6), 337-343, 1993
2171993
Growth and photosynthetic responses to salinity of the salt-marsh shrub Atriplex portulacoides
S Redondo-Gómez, E Mateos-Naranjo, AJ Davy, F Fernández-Muñoz, ...
Annals of Botany 100 (3), 555-563, 2007
2032007
Salicornia L.(Salicornia pusilla J. woods, S. ramosissima J. woods, S. europaea L., S. obscura PW ball & tutin, S. nitens PW ball & tutin, S. fragilis PW ball & tutin and S …
AJ Davy, GF Bishop, CSB Costa
Journal of Ecology 89 (4), 681-707, 2001
198*2001
Validation of biological collections as a source of phenological data for use in climate change studies: a case study with the orchid Ophrys sphegodes
KM Robbirt, AJ Davy, MJ Hutchings, DL Roberts
Journal of Ecology 99 (1), 235-241, 2011
1702011
Lower limits of Spartina densiflora and S. maritima in a Mediterranean salt marsh determined by different ecophysiological tolerances
JM Castillo, L Fernández‐Baco, EM Castellanos, CJ Luque, ME Figueroa, ...
Journal of Ecology 88 (5), 801-812, 2000
1682000
Population biology of the salt marsh annual Salicornia europaea agg.
RL Jefferies, AJ Davy, T Rudmik
The Journal of Ecology, 17-31, 1981
1671981
Root anchorage and its significance for submerged plants in shallow lakes
J Schutten, J Dainty, AJ Davy
Journal of Ecology 93 (3), 556-571, 2005
1622005
Drainage and elevation as factors in the restoration of salt marsh in Britain
S Crooks, J Schutten, GD Sheern, K Pye, AJ Davy
Restoration Ecology 10 (3), 591-602, 2002
1402002
Does managed coastal realignment create saltmarshes with ‘equivalent biological characteristics’ to natural reference sites?
HL Mossman, AJ Davy, A Grant
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (6), 1446-1456, 2012
1352012
Colonization of a newly developing salt marsh: disentangling independent effects of elevation and redox potential on halophytes
AJ Davy, MJH Brown, HL Mossman, A Grant
Journal of Ecology 99 (6), 1350-1357, 2011
1342011
Growth and photosynthetic responses to salinity in an extreme halophyte, Sarcocornia fruticosa
S Redondo‐Gómez, C Wharmby, JM Castillo, E Mateos‐Naranjo, ...
Physiologia Plantarum 128 (1), 116-124, 2006
1312006
Salt stimulation of growth and photosynthesis in an extreme halophyte, Arthrocnemum macrostachyum
S Redondo‐Gómez, E Mateos‐Naranjo, ME Figueroa, AJ Davy
Plant Biology 12 (1), 79-87, 2010
1302010
Predicting the hydraulic forces on submerged macrophytes from current velocity, biomass and morphology
J Schutten, AJ Davy
Oecologia 123 (4), 445-452, 2000
1142000
Silicon alleviates deleterious effects of high salinity on the halophytic grass Spartina densiflora
E Mateos-Naranjo, L Andrades-Moreno, AJ Davy
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 63, 115-121, 2013
1122013
Population biology of salt marsh and sand dune annuals
AR Watkinson, AJ Davy
Vegetatio 62 (1-3), 487-497, 1985
1091985
Coastal saltmarsh communities of Latin America
CSB Costa, AJ Davy
Coastal plant communities of Latin America, 179-199, 1992
1011992
POLYPLOIDY AND HABITAT DIFFERENTIATION IN DESCHAMPSIA CESPITOSA
SL Rothera, AJ Davy
New Phytologist 102 (3), 449-467, 1986
971986
15. THE GROWTH STRATEGIES OF COASTAL HALOPHYTES
RL Jefferies, AJ Davy, T Rudmik
961979
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