Barbara Lachenbruch and B. L. Gartner
Barbara Lachenbruch and B. L. Gartner
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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
Heartwood formation and natural durability-a review
AM Taylor, BL Gartner, JJ Morrell
Identification, measurement and interpretation of tree rings in woody species from Mediterranean climates
P Cherubini, BL Gartner, R Tognetti, OU BRAeKER, W Schoch, JL Innes
Biological Reviews 78 (1), 119-148, 2003
Hydraulic and Mechanical Consequences
BL Gartner
Plant stems: physiology and functional morphology, 125, 1995
How do water transport and water storage differ in coniferous earlywood and latewood?
JC Domec, BL Gartner
Journal of Experimental Botany 53 (379), 2369, 2002
Cavitation and water storage capacity in bole xylem segments of mature and young Douglas-fir trees
JC Domec, BL Gartner
Trees-Structure and Function 15 (4), 204-214, 2001
Radial variation in wood structure and function in woody plants, and hypotheses for its occurrence
B Lachenbruch, JR Moore, R Evans
Size-and age-related changes in tree structure and function, 121-164, 2011
Antisense Down-Regulation of 4CL Expression Alters Lignification, Tree Growth, and Saccharification Potential of Field-Grown Poplar
SL Voelker, B Lachenbruch, FC Meinzer, M Jourdes, C Ki, AM Patten, ...
Plant Physiology 154 (2), 874-886, 2010
Factors limiting seasonal growth and peak biomass accumulation in Eriophorum vaginatum in Alaskan tussock tundra
GR Shaver, F Chapin III, BL Gartner
The Journal of Ecology, 257-278, 1986
Shoot and root vulnerability to xylem cavitation in four populations of Douglas-fir seedlings
KL Kavanagh, BJ Bond, SN Aitken, BL Gartner, S Knowe
Tree Physiology 19 (1), 31-37, 1999
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
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
Bordered pit structure and function determine spatial patterns of air‐seeding thresholds in xylem of Douglas‐fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii; Pinaceae) trees
JC Domec, B Lachenbruch, FC Meinzer
American journal of botany 93 (11), 1588-1600, 2006
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
Age-and position-related changes in hydraulic versus mechanical dysfunction of xylem: inferring the design criteria for Douglas-fir wood structure
JC Domec, BL Gartner
Tree physiology 22 (2-3), 91-104, 2002
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
Size-and age-related changes in tree structure and function
FC Meinzer, B Lachenbruch, TE Dawson
Springer Science & Business Media, 2011
Dynamics of water transport and storage in conifers studied with deuterium and heat tracing techniques
FC Meinzer, JR Brooks, JC DOMEC, BL Gartner, JM Warren, DR Woodruff, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 29 (1), 105-114, 2006
Transgenic poplars with reduced lignin show impaired xylem conductivity, growth efficiency and survival
SL Voelker, B Lachenbruch, FC Meinzer, P Kitin, SH Strauss
Plant, cell & environment 34 (4), 655-668, 2011
The effects of cambial age and position within the stem on specific conductivity in Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) sapwood
R Spicer, BL Gartner
Trees-Structure and Function 15 (4), 222-229, 2001
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