Seton Bachle
Seton Bachle
LI-COR Environmental
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Lineage‐based functional types: characterising functional diversity to enhance the representation of ecological behaviour in Land Surface Models
DM Griffith, CP Osborne, EJ Edwards, S Bachle, DJ Beerling, WJ Bond, ...
New Phytologist 228 (1), 15-23, 2020
Intraspecific Trait Variability in Andropogon gerardii, a Dominant Grass Species in the US Great Plains
S Bachle, DM Griffith, JB Nippert
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 217, 2018
Poor relationships between NEON Airborne Observation Platform data and field‐based vegetation traits at a mesic grassland
S Pau, JB Nippert, R Slapikas, D Griffith, S Bachle, BR Helliker, ...
Ecology 103 (2), e03590, 2022
Physiological and anatomical trait variability of dominant C4 grasses
S Bachle, JB Nippert
Acta oecologica 93, 14-20, 2018
Microanatomical traits track climate gradients for a dominant C4 grass species across the Great Plains, USA
S Bachle, JB Nippert
Annals of Botany 127 (4), 451-459, 2021
Root traits reveal safety and efficiency differences in grasses and shrubs exposed to different fire regimes
K O'Keefe, S Bachle, R Keen, EG Tooley, JB Nippert
Functional Ecology 36 (2), 368-379, 2022
Extreme drought impacts have been underestimated in grasslands and shrublands globally
MD Smith, KD Wilkins, MC Holdrege, P Wilfahrt, SL Collins, AK Knapp, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 121 (4), e2309881120, 2024
Intra-canopy leaf trait variation facilitates high leaf area index and compensatory growth in a clonal woody encroaching shrub
EG Tooley, JB Nippert, S Bachle, RM Keen
Tree Physiology 42 (11), 2186-2202, 2022
Climate variability supersedes grazing to determine the anatomy and physiology of a dominant grassland species
S Bachle, JB Nippert
Oecologia 198 (2), 345-355, 2022
Comparing control options for time‐series RNA sequencing experiments in nonmodel organisms: An example from grasses
F Qiu, S Bachle, JB Nippert, MC Ungerer
Molecular ecology resources 20 (3), 681-691, 2020
Transcriptional responses to water stress and recovery in a drought-tolerant fescue wild grass (Festuca ovina; Poaceae)
F Qiu, S Bachle, R Estes, MR Duvall, JB Nippert, MC Ungerer
Genome 64 (1), 15-27, 2020
Physiological responses to drought stress and recovery reflect differences in leaf function and anatomy among grass lineages
S Bachle, M Zaricor, D Griffith, F Qui, CJ Still, MC Ungerer, JB Nippert
bioRxiv, 2022.07. 30.502130, 2022
Physiological and morphological responses of grass species to drought
S Bachle
Kansas State University, 2017
Germination and Growth of Panicum virgatum Cultivars in a NaCl Gradient
MA Carson, S Bachle, AN Morris
Sabkha Ecosystems: Volume V: The Americas, 287-297, 2016
Combined effects of fire and drought are not sufficient to slow shrub encroachment in tallgrass prairie
RM Keen, S Bachle, M Bartmess, JB Nippert
Oecologia, 1-16, 2024
Physiological responses to drought stress and recovery reflect differences in leaf function and microanatomy among grass lineages
S Bachle, M Zaricor, D Griffith, F Qiu, C Still, MC Ungerer, J Nippert
Intra-canopy leaf trait variation facilitates high LAI and compensatory growth in a clonal woody encroaching shrub in the tallgrass prairie
G Tooley, J Nippert, S Bachle, R Keen
Environmental System Science Data Infrastructure for a Virtual Ecosystem …, 2022
Climate Change in Grassland Ecosystems: Current Impacts and Potential Actions for a Sustainable Future
J Nippert, S Bachle, R Keen, E Wedel
Climate Actions, 65-100, 2022
Inter-Annual Climate Differences Supersede Grazing Effects on the Anatomy and Physiology of a Dominant Grass Species.
S Bachle, JB Nippert
Anatomical constraints on grass physiological responses depend on water availability
SR Bachle
Kansas State University, 2021
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