Juan M. Posada, Ph.D.

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2003 University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
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Plant Physiology, Ecology Biology
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Stephen Mulkey grad student 2003 UF Gainesville
 (Optimization of light use by tropical canopy trees through acclimation of leaf physiology and orientation.)
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Ramirez JA, Craven D, Herrera D, et al. (2024) Non-structural carbohydrate concentrations in tree organs vary across biomes and leaf habits, but are independent of the fast-slow plant economic spectrum. Frontiers in Plant Science. 15: 1375958
Castillo-Figueroa D, González-Melo A, Posada JM. (2023) Wood density is related to aboveground biomass and productivity along a successional gradient in upper Andean tropical forests. Frontiers in Plant Science. 14: 1276424
Calbi M, Fajardo-Gutiérrez F, Posada JM, et al. (2021) Seeing the wood despite the trees: Exploring human disturbance impact on plant diversity, community structure, and standing biomass in fragmented high Andean forests. Ecology and Evolution. 11: 2110-2172
González-M R, Posada JM, Carmona CP, et al. (2020) Diverging functional strategies but high sensitivity to an extreme drought in tropical dry forests. Ecology Letters
Verryckt LT, Ellsworth DS, Vicca S, et al. (2020) Can light‐saturated photosynthesis in lowland tropical forests be estimated by one light level? Biotropica
Verryckt LT, Langenhove Lv, Ciais P, et al. (2020) Coping with branch excision when measuring leaf net photosynthetic rates in a lowland tropical forest Biotropica. 52: 608-615
Rey-Sanchez C, Posada JM. (2019) Effect of temporally heterogeneous light on photosynthetic light use efficiency, plant acclimation and growth in Abatia parviflora. Functional Plant Biology : Fpb
RG, Norden N, Posada JM, et al. (2019) Climate severity and land‐cover transformation determine plant community attributes in Colombian dry forests Biotropica. 51: 826-837
Ramirez JA, Handa IT, Posada JM, et al. (2018) Carbohydrate dynamics in roots, stems, and branches after maintenance pruning in two common urban tree species of North America Urban Forestry & Urban Greening. 30: 24-31
Sanchez A, Rey-Sánchez AC, Posada JM, et al. (2018) Interplay of seasonal sunlight, air and leaf temperature in two alpine páramo species, Colombian Andes Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 253: 38-47
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