SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

REFERENCES

  • Askenasy E. (1894) Ueber das Saftsteigen. Verhandlungen des Naturhistorisch-Medizinischen Vereins zu Heidelberg, Neue Folge 5, 325345.
  • Boehm J. (1893) Capillarität und Saftsteigen. Berichte der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft 11, 203212.
  • Borghetti M., Leonardi S., Raschi A., Snyderman D. & Tognetti R. (1993) Ecotypic variation of xylem embolism, phenological traits, growth parameters and allozyme characteristics in Fagus sylvatica. Functional Ecology 7, 713720.
  • Canny M.J. (1997a) Vessel contents of leaves after excision – a test of Scholander's assumption. American Journal of Botany 84, 12171222.
  • Canny M.J. (1997b) Vessel contents during transpiration – embolisms and refilling. American Journal of Botany 84, 12231230.
  • Canny M.J., McCully M.E. & Huang C.X. (2001a) Cryo-scanning electron microscopy observations of vessel content during transpiration in walnut petioles. Facts or artefacts? Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 39, 555563.
  • Canny M.J., McCully M.E. & Huang C.X. (2001b) The artefact is on the other foot. The cohesion theory debate continues. Trends in Plant Science 6, 454455.
  • Čermák J., Cienciala E., Kučera J., Lindroth A. & Bednárová E. (1995) Individual variations of sap-flow rate in large pine and spruce trees and stand transpiration: a pilot study at the central NOPEX site. Journal of Hydrology 168, 1724.
  • Čermák J., Matyssek R. & Kučera J. (1993) Rapid response of large, drought-stressed beech trees to irrigation. Tree Physiology 12, 281290.
  • Cochard H. (1992) Vulnerability of several conifers to air embolism. Tree Physiology 11, 7383.
  • Cochard H., Améglio T. & Cruiziat P. (2001) The cohesion theory debate continues. Response. Trends in Plant Science 6, 456.
  • Cochard H., Bodet C., Améglio T. & Cruiziat P. (2000) Cryo-scanning electron microscopy observations of vessel content during transpiration in walnut petioles. Facts or artifacts? Plant Physiology 124, 11911202.
  • Dixon H.H. & Joly J. (1895) On the ascent of sap. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 186, 563576.
  • Ikeda T. & Ohtsu M. (1992) Detection of xylem cavitation in field-grown pine trees using the acoustic emission technique. Ecological Research 7, 391395.
  • Irvine J. & Grace J. (1997) Continuous measurements of water tensions in the xylem of trees based on the elastic properties of wood. Planta 202, 455461.
  • Jackson G.E., Irvine J. & Grace J. (1995) Xylem cavitation in two mature Scots pine forests growing in a wet and a dry area of Britain. Plant, Cell and Environment 18, 14111418.
  • Lemoine D., Granier A. & Cochard H. (1999) Mechanism of freeze-induced embolism in Fagus sylvatica L. Trees 13, 206210.
  • Lo Gullo M.A. & Salleo S. (1991) Three different methods for measuring xylem cavitation and embolism: a comparison. Annals of Botany 67, 417424.
  • Lo Gullo M.A. & Salleo S. (1993) Different vulnerabilities of Quercus ilex L. to freeze- and summer drought-induced xylem embolism: an ecological interpretation. Plant, Cell and Environment 16, 511519.
  • McCully M.E. (1999) Root xylem embolisms and refilling. Relation to water potentials of soil, roots, and leaves, and osmotic potentials of root xylem sap. Plant Physiology 119, 10011008.
  • McCully M.E., Huang C.X. & Ling L.E.C. (1998) Daily embolism and refilling of xylem vessels in the roots of field-grown maize. New Phytologist 138, 327342.
  • Offenthaler I., Hietz P. & Richter H. (2001) Wood diameter indicates diurnal and long-term patterns of xylem water potential in Norway spruce. Trees 15, 215221.
  • Raschi A., Scarascia Mugnozza G., Surace R., Valentini R. & Vazzana C. (1989) The use of ultrasound technique to monitor freezing and thawing of water in plants. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 27, 411418.
  • Richter H. (2001) The cohesion theory debate continues: the pitfalls of cryobiology. Trends in Plant Science 6, 456457.
  • Salleo S. & Lo Gullo M.A. (1989) Different aspects of cavitation resistance in Ceratonia siliqua, a drought-avoiding Mediterranean tree. Annals of Botany 64, 325336.
  • Salleo S., Lo Gullo M.A., Raimondo F. & Nardini A. (2001) Vulnerability to cavitation of leaf minor veins: any impact on leaf gas exchange? Plant, Cell and Environment 24, 851859.
  • Scholander P.F., Hammel H.T., Bradstreet E.D. & Hemmingsen E.A. (1965) Sap pressure in vascular plants. Science 148, 339346.
  • Sperry J.S. & Sullivan J.E.M. (1992) Xylem embolism in response to freeze-thaw cycles and water stress in ring-porous, diffuse-porous, and conifer species. Plant Physiology 100, 605613.
  • Tyree M.T. & Dixon M.A. (1986) Water stress induced cavitation and embolism in some woody plants. Physiologia Plantarum 66, 397405.
  • Tyree M.T. & Sperry J.S. (1989) Vulnerability of xylem to cavitation and embolism. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 40, 1938.
  • Tyree M.T., Dixon M.A., Tyree E.L. & Johnson R. (1984) Ultrasonic acoustic emissions from the sapwood of cedar and hemlock. Plant Physiology 75, 988992.
  • Tyree M.T., Fiscus E.L., Wullschleger S.D. & Dixon M.A. (1986) Detection of xylem cavitation in corn under field conditions. Plant Physiology 82, 597599.
  • Weiser R.L. & Wallner S.J. (1988) Freezing woody plant stems produces acoustic emissions. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 113, 636639.