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Wheeler, J. A. and Schnider, F. and Sedlacek, J. and Cortés, A. J. and Wipf, S. and Hoch, G. and Rixen, C.. (2015) With a little help from my friends: Community facilitation increases performance in the dwarf shrub Salix herbacea. Basic and applied ecology, Vol. 16, H. 3. pp. 202-209.


Wheeler, J. A. and Hoch, G. and Cortés, A. J. and Sedlacek, J. and Wipf, S. and Rixen, C.. (2014) Increased spring freezing vulnerability for alpine shrubs under early snowmelt. Oecologia, Vol. 175, H. 1. pp. 219-229.

Cortés, A. J. and Waeber, S. and Lexer, C. and Sedlacek, J. and Wheeler, J. A. and Van Kleunen, M. and Bossdorf, O. and Hoch, G. and Rixen, C. and Wipf, S. and Karrenberg, S.. (2014) Small-scale patterns in snowmelt timing affect gene flow and the distribution of genetic diversity in the alpine dwarf shrub Salix herbacea. Heredity, Vol. 113, H. 3. pp. 233-239.


Lenz, A. and Hoch, G. and Vitasse, Y. and Körner, C.. (2013) European deciduous trees exhibit similar safety margins against damage by spring freeze events along elevational gradients. New phytologist, Vol. 200, H. 4. pp. 1166-1175.


Hoch, G. and Körner, Ch. (2012) Global patterns of mobile carbon stores in trees at the high-elevation tree line. Global ecology and biogeography, Vol. 21. pp. 861-871.

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.

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.


Schädel, C. and Richter, A. and Blöchl, A. and Hoch, G.. (2010) Hemicellulose concentration and composition in plant cell walls under extreme carbon source-sink imbalances. Physiologia plantarum, 139. pp. 241-255.

Sala, A. and Piper, F. I. and Hoch, G.. (2010) Physiological mechanisms of drought-induced tree mortality are far from being resolved. New phytologist, Vol. 186. pp. 274-281.

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