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Tibor Kalapos
Tibor Kalapos
Associate Professor, Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest Hungary
Verified email at caesar.elte.hu
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Effect of soil drying on growth, biomass allocation and leaf gas exchange of two annual grass species
T Kalapos, R Van Den Boogaard, H Lambers
Plant and Soil 185, 137-149, 1996
1211996
Thresholds and interactive effects of soil moisture on the temperature response of soil respiration
E Lellei-Kovács, E Kovács-Láng, Z Botta-Dukát, T Kalapos, B Emmett, ...
European Journal of Soil Biology 47 (4), 247-255, 2011
1002011
Responses of the reflectance indices PRI and NDVI to experimental warming and drought in European shrublands along a north–south climatic gradient
P Mänd, L Hallik, J Peńuelas, T Nilson, P Duce, BA Emmett, C Beier, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 114 (3), 626-636, 2010
682010
Experimental warming does not enhance soil respiration in a semiarid temperate forest-steppe ecosystem
E Lellei-Kovács, E Kovács-Láng, T Kalapos, Z Botta-Dukát, S Barabás, ...
Community Ecology 9 (1), 29-37, 2008
622008
Leaf water potential-leaf water deficit relationship for ten species of a semiarid grassland community
T Kalapos
Plant and Soil 160, 105-112, 1994
551994
Seed bank of Pinus nigra plantations in dolomite rock grassland habitats, and its implications for restoring of the grassland vegetation
P Csontos, A Horánszky, T Kalapos, L Lőkös
Annales Historico Naturales-Musei Nationalis Hungarici 88, 69-78, 1996
431996
Occurrence and ecological characteristics of C4 dicot and Cyperaceae species in the Hungarian flora
T Kalapos, A Baloghné-Nyakas, P Csontos
Photosynthetica 33 (2), 227-240, 1997
371997
Plasticity of leaf and shoot morphology and leaf photochemistry for Brachypodium pinnatum (L.) Beauv. growing in contrasting microenvironments in a semiarid loess forest-steppe …
A Mojzes, T Kalapos, K Virágh
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 198 (4), 304-320, 2003
302003
Juniper shade enables terricolous lichens and mosses to maintain high photochemical efficiency in a semiarid temperate sand grassland
T Kalapos, K Mázsa
Photosynthetica 39 (2), 263-268, 2001
292001
Arbuscular mycorrhizal colonisation of roots of grass species differing in invasiveness
G Endresz, I Somodi, T Kalapos
Community Ecology 14, 67-76, 2013
282013
C3 and C4 grasses of Hungary: their environmental requirements, phenology and role in the vegetation
T Kalapos
Abstracta Botanica 15, 83-88, 1991
271991
Variation in leaf structure and function of the Mediterranean tree Fraxinus ornus L. growing in ecologically contrasting habitats at the margin of its range
T Kalapos, P Csontos
Plant Biosystems 137 (1), 73-82, 2003
232003
Is the positive response of seed germination to plant-derived smoke associated with plant traits?
A Mojzes, P Csontos, T Kalapos
Acta Oecologica 65, 24-31, 2015
222015
Population dynamics of the climate‐sensitive endangered perennial Ferula sadleriana Ledeb.(Apiaceae)
B Lendvay, T Kalapos
Plant Species Biology 29 (2), 138-151, 2014
212014
Local distribution pattern of Brachypodium pinnatum (Poaceae)-Field experiments in xeric loess grassland in N. Hungary
G Endresz, A Zold-Balogh, T Kalapos
PHYTON-HORN- 45 (2), 249, 2005
212005
Soil seed banks and vegetation recovery on dolomite hills in Hungary
P Csontos, J Tamás, T kalapos
Acta Botanica Hungarica 40 (1996-1997), 35-43, 1999
201999
Drought adaptive plant strategies in a semiarid sandy grassland
T Kalapos
Abstracta Botanica 13, 1-15, 1989
201989
Plant-derived smoke stimulates germination of four herbaceous species common in temperate regions of Europe
A Mojzes, T Kalapos
Plant Ecology 215 (4), 411-415, 2014
182014
Plant-derived smoke enhances germination of the invasive common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca L.)
A Mojzes, T Kalapos
Polish Journal of Ecology 63 (2), 280-285, 2015
142015
Leaf gas exchange responses to abrupt changes in light intensity for two invasive and two non-invasive C4 grass species
A Mojzes, T Kalapos
Environmental and experimental botany 64 (3), 232-238, 2008
142008
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