Isabella Brja
Isabella Brja
Research professor at Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research
Verified email at nibio.no
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Variation in fine root biomass of three European tree species: Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.), Norway spruce (Picea abies L. Karst.), and Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.)
L Finr, HS Helmisaari, K Lhmus, H Majdi, I Brunner, I Brja, T Eldhuset, ...
Plant Biosystems 141 (3), 394-405, 2007
2012007
Ash dieback: pathogen spread and diurnal patterns of ascospore dispersal, with special emphasis on Norway
V Timmermann, I Brja, AM Hietala, T Kirisits, H Solheim
EPPO Bulletin 41 (1), 14-20, 2011
1812011
Fine-root turnover rates of European forests revisited: an analysis of data from sequential coring and ingrowth cores
I Brunner, MR Bakker, RG Bjrk, Y Hirano, M Lukac, X Aranda, I Brja, ...
Plant and Soil 362 (1-2), 357-372, 2013
1462013
Stand age and fine root biomass, distribution and morphology in a Norway spruce chronosequence in southeast Norway
I Brja, HA De Wit, A Steffenrem, H Majdi
Tree physiology 28 (5), 773-784, 2008
1292008
Fine roots and ectomycorrhizas as indicators of environmental change
P Cudln, B Kieliszewska-Rokicka, M Rudawska, T Grebenc, O Alberton, ...
Plant Biosystems 141 (3), 406-425, 2007
922007
Nitrogen and drought effects on ectomycorrhizae of Norway spruce [Picea abies L.(Karst.)]
P Nilsen, I Brja, H Knutsen, R Brean
Plant and Soil 198 (2), 179-184, 1998
661998
The invasive ash dieback pathogen Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus exerts maximal infection pressure prior to the onset of host leaf senescence
AM Hietala, V Timmermann, I Brja, H Solheim
Fungal Ecology 6 (4), 302-308, 2013
602013
Wood density as a screening trait for drought sensitivity in Norway spruce
S Rosner, J Světlk, K Andreassen, I Brja, L Dalsgaard, R Evans, ...
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44 (2), 154-161, 2014
502014
Long term effect of liming and fertilization on ectomycorrhizal colonization and tree growth in old Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) stands
I Brja, P Nilsen
Plant and Soil 314 (1-2), 109-119, 2009
432009
Norway spruce physiological and anatomical predisposition to dieback
R Hentschel, S Rosner, ZE Kayler, K Andreassen, I Brja, S Solberg, ...
Forest ecology and management 322, 27-36, 2014
412014
Fungal diversity and seasonal succession in ash leaves infected by the invasive ascomycete Hymenoscyphus fraxineus
H Cross, JH Snsteb, NE Nagy, V Timmermann, H Solheim, I Brja, ...
New Phytologist 213 (3), 1405-1417, 2017
302017
Drought affects tracheid structure, dehydrin expression, and above-and belowground growth in 5-year-old Norway spruce
TD Eldhuset, NE Nagy, D Volařk, I Brja, R Gebauer, IA Yakovlev, ...
Plant and soil 366 (1-2), 305-320, 2013
302013
Effect of thinning on anatomical adaptations of Norway spruce needles
R Gebauer, D Volařk, J Urban, I Brja, NE Nagy, TD Eldhuset, P Krokene
Tree Physiology 31 (10), 1103-1113, 2011
302011
Etiology and Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction-Based Detection of Gremmeniella- and Phomopsis-Associated Disease in Norway Spruce Seedlings
I Brja, H Solheim, AM Hietala, CG Fossdal
Phytopathology 96 (12), 1305-1314, 2006
252006
Cytopathological response in roots of Picea abies seedlings infected with Pythium dimorphum
I Brja, P Sharma, T Krekling, A Lnneborg
Phytopathology 85 (4), 495-501, 1995
251995
Effects of different light conditions on the xylem structure of Norway spruce needles
R Gebauer, D Volařk, J Urban, I Brja, NE Nagy, TD Eldhuset, P Krokene
Trees 26 (4), 1079-1089, 2012
212012
Progression of ash dieback in Norway related to tree age, disease history and regional aspects
V Timmermann, NE Nagy, AM Hietala, I Brja, H Solheim
Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry, 2017
172017
A leap forward in geographic scale for forest ectomycorrhizal fungi
F Cox, N Barsoum, MI Bidartondo, I Brja, E Lilleskov, LO Nilsson, ...
Annals of Forest Science 67 (2), 200, 2010
162010
Differentiation of Seiridium species associated with virulent cankers on cypress in the Mediterraneanregion by PCR‐SSCP
S Moricca, I Brja, GG Vendramin, P Raddi
Plant Pathology 49 (6), 774-781, 2000
162000
Novel hydraulic vulnerability proxies for a boreal conifer species reveal that opportunists may have lower survival prospects under extreme climatic events
S Rosner, J Světlk, K Andreassen, I Brja, L Dalsgaard, R Evans, S Luss, ...
Frontiers in plant science 7, 831, 2016
152016
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