Karl J. Niklas, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Botany Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Area:
Plant Evolution, Biomechanics
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Cross-listing: Marine Ecology Tree

Parents

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Tom L. Phillips grad student 1971-1974 UIUC

Children

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Josef D. Ackerman grad student 1989 Cornell (Marine Ecology Tree)
Sean T. Hammond grad student 2007-2011 Cornell
Brian J. Enquist post-doc 1999-2001 Cornell

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Ulrich Kutschera collaborator (Plant Biology Tree)
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Wang Z, Huang H, Wang H, et al. (2022) Leaf water content contributes to global leaf trait relationships. Nature Communications. 13: 5525
Li J, Chen X, Wu P, et al. (2022) The fern economics spectrum is unaffected by the environment. Plant, Cell & Environment
Chen R, Ran J, Hu W, et al. (2021) Effects of biotic and abiotic factors on forest biomass fractions. National Science Review. 8: nwab025
Niklas KJ, Telewski FW. (2021) Environmental-Biomechanical Reciprocity and the Evolution of Plant Material Properties. Journal of Experimental Botany
Higham TE, Ferry LA, Schmitz L, et al. (2021) Linking ecomechanical models and functional traits to understand phenotypic diversity. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Xi X, Zhou W, Li Z, et al. (2021) Rare plant species are at a disadvantage when both herbivory and pollination interactions are considered in an alpine meadow. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Liu Y, Li G, Wu X, et al. (2021) Linkage between species traits and plant phenology in an alpine meadow. Oecologia
Wang H, Zhou W, Li Z, et al. (2020) Plant volatiles mediate evolutionary interactions between plants and tephritid flies and are evolutionarily more labile than non-volatile defenses. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Márquez-Zacarías P, Pineau RM, Gomez M, et al. (2020) Evolution of Cellular Differentiation: From Hypotheses to Models. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Huang H, Ran J, Ji M, et al. (2020) Water content quantitatively affects metabolic rates over the course of plant ontogeny. The New Phytologist
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