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Vitasse, Yann and Lenz, Armando and Kollas, Chris and Randin, Christophe F. and Hoch, Günter and Körner, Christian. (2014) Genetic versus non-genetic responses of leaf morphology and growth to elevation in temperate tree species. Functional ecology, Vol. 28, H. 1. pp. 243-252.

Kollas, Chris and Körner, Christian and Randin, Christophe F.. (2014) Spring frost and growing season length co-control the cold range limits of broad-leaved trees. Journal of biogeography, Vol. 41, H. 4. pp. 773-783.

Kollas, Chris. Bioclimate and reproductive potential at the cold limit of European deciduous tree species. 2013, Doctoral Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Science.

Randin, C. F. and Paulsen, J. and Vitasse, Y. and Kollas, C. and Wohlgemuth, T. and Zimmermann, N. E. and Körner, C.. (2013) Do the elevational limits of deciduous tree species match their thermal latitudinal limits? Global ecology and biogeography, Vol. 22, H. 8. pp. 913-923.

Vitasse, Yann and Hoch, Günter and Randin, Christophe and Lenz, Armando and Kollas, Chris and Scheepens, Johannes and Körner, Christian. (2013) Elevational adaptation and plasticity in seedling phenology of temperate deciduous tree species. Oecologia, Vol. 171, H. 3. pp. 663-678.

Kollas, Chris and Randin, Christophe F. and Vitasse, Yann and Körner, Christian. (2013) How accurately can minimum temperatures at the cold limits of treespecies be extrapolated from weather station data? Agricultural and forest meteorology, Vol. 184. pp. 257-266.

Kollas, C. and Vitasse, Y. and Randin, C. F. and Hoch, G. and Körner, Ch. (2012) Unrestricted quality of seeds in European broad-leaved tree species growing at the cold boundary of their distribution. Annals of botany, Vol. 109. pp. 473-480.

Vitasse, Y. and Hoch, G. and Randin, C. F. and Lenz, A. and Kollas, C. and Körner, Ch. (2012) Tree recruitment of European tree species at their current upper elevational limits in the Swiss Alps. Journal of biogeography, Vol. 39, H. 8. pp. 1439-1449.