Francis Colin
Francis Colin
PhD, HDR, Researcher INRA
Adresse e-mail validée de nancy.inra.fr
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ICE, the electric field experiment on DEMETER
JJ Berthelier, M Godefroy, F Leblanc, M Malingre, M Menvielle, ...
Planetary and Space Science 54 (5), 456-471, 2006
3322006
The magnetic field experiment IMSC and its data processing onboard DEMETER: Scientific objectives, description and first results
M Parrot, D Benoist, JJ Berthelier, J Błęcki, Y Chapuis, F Colin, F Elie, ...
Planetary and Space Science 54 (5), 441-455, 2006
2002006
Linking growth modelling to timber quality assessment for Norway spruce
F Houllier, JM Leban, F Colin
Forest Ecology and Management 74 (1-3), 91-102, 1995
1601995
Predicting branch angle and branch diameter of Scots pine from usual tree measurements and stand structural information
H Mäkinen, F Colin
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28 (11), 1686-1696, 1998
1231998
Branchiness of Norway spruce in northeastern France: predicting the main crown characteristics from usual tree measurements
F Colin, F Houllier
Annales des sciences forestières 49 (5), 511-538, 1992
1151992
Characterisation of structural tree root architecture using 3D digitising and AMAPmod software
F Danjon, H Sinoquet, C Godin, F Colin, M Drexhage
Plant and soil 211 (2), 241-258, 1999
1131999
Modelling crown shape of Piceaabies: spacing effects
C Deleuze, JC Hervé, F Colin, L Ribeyrolles
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 26 (11), 1957-1966, 1996
1011996
Estimating root system biomass from breast‐height diameters
M Drexhage, F Colin
Forestry 74 (5), 491-497, 2001
922001
Predicting the number, death, and self-pruning of branches in Scots pine
H Mäkinen, F Colin
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29 (8), 1225-1236, 1999
871999
Branchiness of Norway spruce in north-eastern France: modelling vertical trends in maximum nodal branch size
F Colin, F Houllier
Annales des sciences forestières 48 (6), 679-693, 1991
801991
Development of structural root architecture and allometry of Quercus petraea
M Drexhage, M Chauvière, F Colin, CNN Nielsen
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29 (5), 600-608, 1999
701999
Height growth, shoot elongation and branch development of young Quercus petraea grown under different levels of resource availability
C Collet, F Colin, F Bernier
Annales des Sciences forestieres 54 (1), 65-81, 1997
671997
Transpiration and stomatal conductance of two rain forest species growing in plantations (Simarouba amara and Goupia glabra) in French Guyana
A Granier, R Huc, F Colin
Annales des sciences forestières 49 (1), 17-24, 1992
661992
Electrophysiological and Behavioral Responses of Microplitis mediator (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) to Caterpillar-Induced Volatiles From Cotton
H Yu, Y Zhang, KAG Wyckhuys, K Wu, X Gao, Y Guo
Environmental entomology 39 (2), 600-609, 2010
65*2010
Canopy structure and light interception in Quercus petraea seedlings in relation to light regime and plant density
L Farque, H Sinoquet, F Colin
Tree physiology 21 (17), 1257-1267, 2001
592001
Effects of browsing on shoots and roots of naturally regenerated sessile oak seedlings
M Drexhage, F Colin
Annals of Forest Science 60 (2), 173-178, 2003
442003
Effects of environmental factors on the shoot development of Quercus petraea seedlings a methodological approach
H Chaar, F Colin, C Collet
Forest Ecology and Management 97 (2), 119-131, 1997
421997
Frost damage on the terminal shoot as a risk factor of fork incidence on common beech (Fagus sylvatica L.)
F Ningre, F Colin
Annals of Forest Science 64 (1), 79-86, 2007
382007
Influence of progeny and initial stand density on the relationship between diameter at breast height and knot diameter of Picea abies
GI Vestøl, F Colin, M Loubère
Scandinavian journal of forest research 14 (5), 470-480, 1999
361999
Artificial defoliation, decapitation of the terminal bud, and removal of the apical tip of the shoot in sessile oak seedlings and consequences on subsequent growth
H Chaar, F Colin, G Leborgne
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 27 (10), 1614-1621, 1997
351997
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