Katherine McCulloh
Katherine McCulloh
Department of Botany, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Trends in wood density and structure are linked to prevention of xylem implosion by negative pressure
UG Hacke, JS Sperry, WT Pockman, SD Davis, KA McCulloh
Oecologia 126, 457-461, 2001
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
Xylem hydraulic safety margins in woody plants: coordination of stomatal control of xylem tension with hydraulic capacitance
FC Meinzer, DM Johnson, B Lachenbruch, KA McCulloh, DR Woodruff
Functional Ecology 23 (5), 922-930, 2009
Weak tradeoff between xylem safety and xylem‐specific hydraulic efficiency across the world's woody plant species
SM Gleason, M Westoby, S Jansen, B Choat, UG Hacke, RB Pratt, ...
New Phytologist 209 (1), 123-136, 2016
Safety and efficiency conflicts in hydraulic architecture: scaling from tissues to trees
JS Sperry, FC Meinzer, KA McCULLOH
Plant, Cell & Environment 31 (5), 632-645, 2008
Water transport in plants obeys Murray's law
KA McCulloh, JS Sperry, FR Adler
Nature 421 (6926), 939-942, 2003
Cavitation fatigue. Embolism and refilling cycles can weaken the cavitation resistance of xylem
UG Hacke, V Stiller, JS Sperry, J Pittermann, KA McCulloh
Plant physiology 125 (2), 779-786, 2001
Hydraulic safety margins and embolism reversal in stems and leaves: why are conifers and angiosperms so different?
DM Johnson, KA McCulloh, DR Woodruff, FC Meinzer
Plant Science 195, 48-53, 2012
Mapping ‘hydroscapes’ along the iso‐to anisohydric continuum of stomatal regulation of plant water status
FC Meinzer, DR Woodruff, DE Marias, DD Smith, KA McCulloh, ...
Ecology letters 19 (11), 1343-1352, 2016
Maximum height in a conifer is associated with conflicting requirements for xylem design
JC Domec, B Lachenbruch, FC Meinzer, DR Woodruff, JM Warren, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (33), 12069-12074, 2008
Patterns in hydraulic architecture and their implications for transport efficiency
KA McCulloh, JS Sperry
Tree Physiology 25 (3), 257-267, 2005
Traits, properties, and performance: how woody plants combine hydraulic and mechanical functions in a cell, tissue, or whole plant
B Lachenbruch, KA McCulloh
New Phytologist 204 (4), 747-764, 2014
Testing the metabolic theory of ecology
CA Price, JS Weitz, VM Savage, J Stegen, A Clarke, DA Coomes, ...
Ecology Letters, 2012
BAAD: A biomass and allometry database for woody plants.
DS Falster, RA Duursma, MI Ishihara, DR Barneche, RG FitzJohn, ...
Ecological Society of America, 2015
Moving water well: comparing hydraulic efficiency in twigs and trunks of coniferous, ring‐porous, and diffuse‐porous saplings from temperate and tropical forests
K McCulloh, JS Sperry, B Lachenbruch, FC Meinzer, PB Reich, S Voelker
New Phytologist 186 (2), 439-450, 2010
The dynamic pipeline: hydraulic capacitance and xylem hydraulic safety in four tall conifer species
KA McCulloh, DM Johnson, FC Meinzer, DR Woodruff
Plant, Cell & Environment 37 (5), 1171-1183, 2014
The blind men and the elephant: the impact of context and scale in evaluating conflicts between plant hydraulic safety and efficiency
FC Meinzer, KA McCulloh, B Lachenbruch, DR Woodruff, DM Johnson
Oecologia 164, 287-296, 2010
A test of the hydraulic vulnerability segmentation hypothesis in angiosperm and conifer tree species
DM Johnson, R Wortemann, KA McCulloh, L Jordan-Meille, E Ward, ...
Tree physiology 36 (8), 983-993, 2016
Dynamics of leaf water relations components in co‐occurring iso‐and anisohydric conifer species
FC Meinzer, DR Woodruff, DE Marias, KA McCulloh, S Sevanto
Plant, Cell & Environment 37 (11), 2577-2586, 2014
Leaf hydraulic conductance, measured in situ, declines and recovers daily: leaf hydraulics, water potential and stomatal conductance in four temperate and three tropical tree …
DM Johnson, DR Woodruff, KA Mcculloh, FC Meinzer
Tree Physiology 29 (7), 879-887, 2009
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