- Ph.D. University of Minnesota, Plant Biological Sciences - 2001
- B.S. Grand Canyon University - 1988
- Biol 211 Organismal Form and Function
- Biol 333 Plant Physiology
- Biol 195 Plants and Society
- Biol 485 Issues in Biology
Research - Plant Physiological Ecology
- Plant physiological adjustments to prevailing environmental conditions and the implications these adjustments have on species interactions, community dynamics, restoration efforts and our ability to predict plant response to global change.
- Physiological determinants of plant growth responses to global change factors such as elevated atmospheric CO2, increased N availability, reduced precipitation and species richness (http://www.biocon.umn.edu/).
Sims L, Pastor J, Lee T, Dewey B. 2012. Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Light Effects on Growth and Allocation of Biomass and Nutrients in Wild Rice. Oecologia 70:65-76, DOI 10.1007/s00442-012-2296-x.
Falster DS, Reich PB, Ellsworth DS, Wright IJ, Westoby MW, Oleksyn J, Lee TD. 2012. Lifetime return on investment increases with leaf lifespan among 10 Australian woodland species. New Phytologist, 193: 409–419, DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2011.03940.x.
Lee TD, Barrott SH, Reich PB. 2011. Photosynthetic responses of 13 grassland species across 11 years of free-air CO2 enrichment is modest, consistent and independent of N supply. Global Change Biology, 17:2893-2904, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02435.x.
Reich PB, Hobbie S, Lee TD, Ellsworth D, West JB, Tilman D, Knops J, Naeem S, Trost J. 2006. Nitrogen limitation constrains sustainability of ecosystem response to CO2. Nature 440:922-925.
Lee TD, Reich PB, Bolstad PV. 2005. Acclimation of leaf respiration to temperature is rapid and related to SLA, soluble sugars and leaf N across three temperate deciduous tree species. Functional Ecology, 19: 640-647.
Lee TD, Reich PB, Bolstad PV. (2005). Acclimation of leaf respiration to temperature is rapid and related to specific leaf area, soluble sugars and leaf nitrogen across three temperate deciduous tree species. Functional Ecology 19:640-647.
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