Hiroko Kurokawa
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TRY–a global database of plant traits
J Kattge, S Diaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, G Bönisch, E Garnier, ...
Global change biology 17 (9), 2905-2935, 2011
Plant species traits are the predominant control on litter decomposition rates within biomes worldwide
WK Cornwell, JHC Cornelissen, K Amatangelo, E Dorrepaal, VT Eviner, ...
Ecology letters 11 (10), 1065-1071, 2008
TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global change biology 26 (1), 119-188, 2020
Plant functional traits have globally consistent effects on competition
G Kunstler, D Falster, DA Coomes, F Hui, RM Kooyman, DC Laughlin, ...
Nature 529 (7585), 204-207, 2016
Global patterns of leaf mechanical properties
Y Onoda, M Westoby, PB Adler, AMF Choong, FJ Clissold, ...
Ecology letters 14 (3), 301-312, 2011
Which is a better predictor of plant traits: temperature or precipitation?
AT Moles, SE Perkins, SW Laffan, H Flores‐Moreno, M Awasthy, ...
Journal of vegetation science 25 (5), 1167-1180, 2014
Early stage litter decomposition across biomes
I Djukic, S Kepfer-Rojas, IK Schmidt, KS Larsen, C Beier, B Berg, ...
Science of the total environment 628, 1369-1394, 2018
Mapping local and global variability in plant trait distributions
EE Butler, A Datta, H Flores-Moreno, M Chen, KR Wythers, F Fazayeli, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (51), E10937-E10946, 2017
Leaf herbivory and decomposability in a Malaysian tropical rain forest
H Kurokawa, T Nakashizuka
Ecology 89 (9), 2645-2656, 2008
Global to community scale differences in the prevalence of convergent over divergent leaf trait distributions in plant assemblages
GT Freschet, ATC Dias, DD Ackerly, R Aerts, PM Van Bodegom, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 20 (5), 755-765, 2011
Plant traits, leaf palatability and litter decomposability for co‐occurring woody species differing in invasion status and nitrogen fixation ability
H Kurokawa, DA Peltzer, DA Wardle
Functional Ecology 24 (3), 513-523, 2010
Soil resource availability shapes community trait structure in a species‐rich dipterocarp forest
M Katabuchi, H Kurokawa, SJ Davies, S Tan, T Nakashizuka
Journal of Ecology 100 (3), 643-651, 2012
Punching above their weight: low‐biomass non‐native plant species alter soil properties during primary succession
DA Peltzer, PJ Bellingham, H Kurokawa, LR Walker, DA Wardle, ...
Oikos 118 (7), 1001-1014, 2009
Efficacy of generic allometric equations for estimating biomass: a test in Japanese natural forests
MI Ishihara, H Utsugi, H Tanouchi, M Aiba, H Kurokawa, Y Onoda, ...
Ecological Applications 25 (5), 1433-1446, 2015
Factors influencing leaf-and root-associated communities of bacteria and fungi across 33 plant orders in a grassland
H Toju, H Kurokawa, T Kenta
Frontiers in Microbiology 10, 431977, 2019
The age of tropical rain-forest canopy species, Borneo ironwood (Eusideroxylon zwageri), determined by 14C dating
H Kurokawa, T Yoshida, T Nakamura, J Lai, T Nakashizuka
Journal of Tropical Ecology 19 (1), 1-7, 2003
Sustaining ecosystem functions in a changing world: a call for an integrated approach
H Tomimatsu, T Sasaki, H Kurokawa, JR Bridle, C Fontaine, J Kitano, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (5), 1124-1130, 2013
Relationships between functional traits and the ability of forest tree species to reestablish in secondary forest and enrichment plantations in the uplands of northern Thailand
L Asanok, D Marod, P Duengkae, U Pranmongkol, H Kurokawa, M Aiba, ...
Forest ecology and management 296, 9-23, 2013
Relationships between resprouting ability, species traits and resource allocation patterns in woody species in a temperate forest
R Shibata, H Kurokawa, M Shibata, H Tanaka, S Iida, T Masaki, ...
Functional Ecology 30 (7), 1205-1215, 2016
The contribution of photodegradation to litter decomposition in a temperate forest gap and understorey
QW Wang, M Pieristè, C Liu, T Kenta, TM Robson, H Kurokawa
New Phytologist 229 (5), 2625-2636, 2021
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