Yasuhiro Hirano
Yasuhiro Hirano
Associate Professor of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University
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Fine root production and turnover in forest ecosystems in relation to stand and environmental characteristics
L FinÚr, M Ohashi, K Noguchi, Y Hirano
Forest Ecology and Management 262 (11), 2008-2023, 2011
Factors causing variation in fine root biomass in forest ecosystems
L FinÚr, M Ohashi, K Noguchi, Y Hirano
Forest Ecology and Management 261 (2), 265-277, 2011
Fine-root turnover rates of European forests revisited: an analysis of data from sequential coring and ingrowth cores
I Brunner, MR Bakker, RG Bj÷rk, Y Hirano, M Lukac, X Aranda, I B°rja, ...
Plant and Soil 362, 357-372, 2013
Limiting factors in the detection of tree roots using ground-penetrating radar
Y Hirano, M Dannoura, K Aono, T Igarashi, M Ishii, K Yamase, N Makita, ...
Plant and Soil 319, 15-24, 2009
Fine root morphological traits determine variation in root respiration of Quercus serrata
N Makita, Y Hirano, M Dannoura, Y Kominami, T Mizoguchi, H Ishii, ...
Tree physiology 29 (4), 579-585, 2009
Exudation of organic acid anions from poplar roots after exposure to Al, Cu and Zn
R Qin, Y Hirano, I Brunner
Tree physiology 27 (2), 313-320, 2007
Very fine roots respond to soil depth: biomass allocation, morphology, and physiology in a broad‐leaved temperate forest
N Makita, Y Hirano, T Mizoguchi, Y Kominami, M Dannoura, H Ishii, ...
Ecological Research 26 (1), 95-104, 2011
Tree fine root Ca/Al molar ratio–indicator of Al and acidity stress
EI Vanguelova, Y Hirano, TD Eldhuset, L Sas-Paszt, MR Bakker, ...
Plant Biosystems 141 (3), 460-480, 2007
Root orientation can affect detection accuracy of ground-penetrating radar
T Tanikawa, Y Hirano, M Dannoura, K Yamase, K Aono, M Ishii, T Igarashi, ...
Plant and soil 373, 317-327, 2013
Detection of Cryptomeria japonica roots with ground penetrating radar
M Dannoura, Y Hirano, T Igarashi, M Ishii, K Aono, K Yamase, ...
Plant Biosystems 142 (2), 375-380, 2008
Effects of low pH and aluminum on root morphology of Japanese red cedar saplings
Y Hirano, N Hijii
Environmental pollution 101 (3), 339-347, 1998
Detection frequency of Pinus thunbergii roots by ground-penetrating radar is related to root biomass
Y Hirano, R Yamamoto, M Dannoura, K Aono, T Igarashi, M Ishii, ...
Plant and soil 360, 363-373, 2012
Root parameters of forest trees as sensitive indicators of acidifying pollutants: a review of research of Japanese forest trees
Y Hirano, T Mizoguchi, I Brunner
Journal of forest research 12 (2), 134-142, 2007
Calibrating the impact of root orientation on root quantification using ground-penetrating radar
L Guo, Y Wu, J Chen, Y Hirano, T Tanikawa, W Li, X Cui
Plant and Soil 395, 289-305, 2015
Induction of callose in roots of Norway spruce seedlings after short-term exposure to aluminum
Y Hirano, EG Pannatier, S Zimmermann, I Brunner
Tree physiology 24 (11), 1279-1283, 2004
Acidification processes in soils with different acid buffering capacity in Cryptomeria japonica and Chamaecyparis obtusa forests over two decades
T Tanikawa, A Sobue, Y Hirano
Forest ecology and management 334, 284-292, 2014
A new method for placing and lifting root meshes for estimating fine root production in forest ecosystems
Y Hirano, K Noguchi, M Ohashi, T Hishi, N Makita, S Fujii, L FinÚr
Plant Root 3, 26-31, 2009
Improving models of fine root carbon stocks and fluxes in European forests
M Neumann, DL Godbold, Y Hirano, L FinÚr
Journal of Ecology 108 (2), 496-514, 2020
Ectomycorrhizal‐fungal colonization induces physio‐morphological changes in Quercus serrata leaves and roots
N Makita, Y Hirano, T Yamanaka, K Yoshimura, Y Kosugi
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 175 (6), 900-906, 2012
Intraspecific variation in fine root respiration and morphology in response to in situ soil nitrogen fertility in a 100-year-old Chamaecyparis obtusa forest
N Makita, Y Hirano, T Sugimoto, T Tanikawa, H Ishii
Oecologia 179, 959-967, 2015
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