Hoch Günter
Hoch Günter
Zugehörigkeit Institute of Botany, University of Basel
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Non‐structural carbon compounds in temperate forest trees
G Hoch, A Richter, C Körner
Plant, cell & environment 26 (7), 1067-1081, 2003
Physiological mechanisms of drought‐induced tree mortality are far from being resolved
A Sala, F Piper, G Hoch
New Phytologist 186 (2), 274-281, 2010
Altitudinal increase of mobile carbon pools in Pinus cembra suggests sink limitation of growth at the Swiss treeline
G Hoch, M Popp, C Körner
Oikos 98, 361-374, 2002
The carbon charging of pines at the climatic treeline: a global comparison
G Hoch, C Körner
Oecologia 135 (1), 10-21, 2003
Dynamics of non‐structural carbohydrates in terrestrial plants: a global synthesis
J Martínez‐Vilalta, A Sala, D Asensio, L Galiano, G Hoch, S Palacio, ...
Ecological Monographs 86 (4), 495-516, 2016
Source/sink removal affects mobile carbohydrates in Pinus cembra at the Swiss treeline
M Li, G Hoch, C Körner
Trees 16 (4-5), 331-337, 2002
Does carbon storage limit tree growth?
S Palacio, G Hoch, A Sala, C Körner, P Millard
New Phytologist 201 (4), 1096-1100, 2014
Height‐related growth declines in ponderosa pine are not due to carbon limitation
A Sala, G Hoch
Plant, cell & environment 32 (1), 22-30, 2008
Growth, demography and carbon relations of Polylepis trees at the world's highest treeline
G Hoch, C Körner
Functional Ecology 19 (6), 941-951, 2005
Global patterns of mobile carbon stores in trees at the high‐elevation tree line
G Hoch, C Körner
Global Ecology and Biogeography 21 (8), 861-871, 2012
A test of the growth‐limitation theory for alpine tree line formation in evergreen and deciduous taxa of the eastern Himalayas
P Shi, C Körner, G Hoch
Functional Ecology 22 (2), 213-220, 2008
Non-structural carbohydrates in woody plants compared among laboratories
AG Quentin, EA Pinkard, MG Ryan, DT Tissue, LS Baggett, HD Adams, ...
Tree physiology 35 (11), 1146-1165, 2015
Quantification and monosaccharide composition of hemicelluloses from different plant functional types
C Schädel, A Blöchl, A Richter, G Hoch
Plant physiology and Biochemistry 48 (1), 1-8, 2010
Where, why and how? Explaining the low‐temperature range limits of temperate tree species
C Körner, D Basler, G Hoch, C Kollas, A Lenz, CF Randin, Y Vitasse, ...
Journal of Ecology 104 (4), 1076-1088, 2016
Drought stress, growth and nonstructural carbohydrate dynamics of pine trees in a semi-arid forest
T Klein, G Hoch, D Yakir, C Körner
Tree physiology 34 (9), 981-992, 2014
Fruit‐bearing branchlets are carbon autonomous in mature broad‐leaved temperate forest trees
G Hoch
Plant, Cell & Environment 28 (5), 651-659, 2005
Elevational adaptation and plasticity in seedling phenology of temperate deciduous tree species
Y Vitasse, G Hoch, CF Randin, A Lenz, C Kollas, JF Scheepens, C Körner
Oecologia 171 (3), 663-678, 2013
Cell wall hemicelluloses as mobile carbon stores in non‐reproductive plant tissues
G Hoch
Functional Ecology 21 (5), 823-834, 2007
A test of treeline theory on a montane permafrost island
C Körner, G Hoch
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 38 (1), 113-119, 2006
European deciduous trees exhibit similar safety margins against damage by spring freeze events along elevational gradients
A Lenz, G Hoch, Y Vitasse, C Körner
New Phytologist 200 (4), 1166-1175, 2013
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