SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Aloni R. 2001. Foliar and axial aspects of vascular differentiation: hypotheses and evidence. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation 20: 2234.
  • Anderson G, Bancroft J. 2002. Tissue processing and microtomy including frozen. In: Bancroft J, Gamble JD, eds. Theory and Practice of Histological Techniques. London, UK: Churchill Livingstone, 85107.
  • Angeles G, Bond B, Boyer JS, Brodribb T, Brooks JR, Burns MJ, Cavender-Bares J, Clearwater M, Cochard H, Comstock J, Davis SD, Domec JC, Donovan L, Ewers F, Gartner B, Hacke U, Hinckley T, Holbrook NM, Jones HG, Kavanagh K, Law B, López-Portillo J, Lovisolo C, Martin T, Martínez-Vilalta J, Mayr S, Meinzer FC, Melcher P, Mencuccini M, Mulkey S, Nardini A, Neufeld HS, Passioura J, Pockman WT, Pratt RB, Rambal S, Richter H, Sack L, Salleo S, Schubert A, Schulte P, Sparks JP, Sperry J, Teskey R, Tyree M. 2004. The cohesion–tension theory. New Phytologist 163: 451452.
  • Barnard HR, Ryan MG. 2003. A test of the hydraulic limitation hypothesis in fast-growing Eucalyptus saligna. Plant, Cell & Environment 26: 12531245.
  • Becker P, Gribben RJ. 2001. Estimation of conduit taper for the hydraulic resistance model of West et al. Tree Physiology 21: 697700.
  • Becker P, Gribben RJ, Lim CM. 2000. Tapered conduits can buffer hydraulic conductance from path-length effects. Tree Physiology 20: 965967.
  • Becker P, Gribben RJ, Schulte PJ. 2003. Incorporation of transfer resistance between tracheary elements into hydraulic resistance models for tapered conduits. Tree Physiology 23: 10091019.
  • Bokma F. 2004. Evidence against universal metabolic allometry. Functional Ecology 18: 184187.
  • Bond BJ. 2000. Age-related changes in photosynthesis of woody plants. Trends in Plant Sciences 5: 349353.
  • Davison AC, Hinkley DV. 1997. Bootstrap Methods and their Application. New York, USA: Cambridge University Press.
  • Delzon S, Sartore M, Burlett R, Dewar R, Loustau D. 2004. Hydraulic response to height growth in maritime pine trees. Plant, Cell & Environment 27: 10771087.
  • Efron B. 1982. The Jackknife, the Bootstrap and other Resampling Plans. CBMS-NSF Regional Conference Series in Applied Mathematics 38. Philadelphia, PA, USA: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
  • Enquist BJ. 2002. Universal scaling in tree vascular plant allometry: toward a general quantitative theory linking form and functions from cells to ecosystems. Tree Physiology 22: 10451064.
  • Enquist BJ. 2003. Cope's Rule and the evolution of long distance transport in vascular plants: allometric scaling, biomass partitioning and optimization. Plant, Cell & Environment 26: 151161.
  • Gartner BL. 1995. Patterns of xylem variation within a tree and their hydraulic and mechanical consequences. In: Gartner BL, ed. Plant Stems: Physiological and Functional Morphology. San Diego, CA, USA: Academic Press, 125149.
  • Horn HS. 2000. Twigs, trees and the dynamics of carbon in the landscape. In: Brown JH, West GB, eds. Scaling in Biology. New York, USA: Oxford University Press, 199220.
  • Hubbard RM, Bond BJ, Ryan MG. 1999. Evidence that hydraulic conductance limits photosynthesis in old Pinus ponderosa trees. Tree Physiology 19: 165172.
  • James SA, Meinzer FC, Goldstein G, Woodruff D, Jones T, Restom T, Mejia M, Clearwater M, Campanello P. 2003. Axial and radial water transport and internal water storage in tropical forest canopy trees. Oecologia 134: 3745.
  • Joyce BJ, Steiner KC. 1995. Systematic variation in xylem hydraulic capacity within the crown of white ash (Fraxinus americana). Tree Physiology 15: 649656.
  • Koch GW, Sillett SC, Jennings GM, Davis SD. 2004. The limits to tree height. Nature 428: 851854.
  • Kozlowski J, Konarzewski M. 2004. Is West, Brown and Enquist's model of allometric scaling mathematically correct and biologically relevant? Functional Ecology 18: 283289.
  • Magnani F, Mencuccini M, Grace J. 2000. Age-related decline in stand productivity: the role of structural acclimation under hydraulic constraints. Plant, Cell & Environment 23: 251263.
  • Martínez-Vilalta J, Prat E, Oliveras I, Piñol J. 2002. Xylem hydraulic properties of roots and stems of nine Mediterranean woody species. Oecologia 133: 1929.
  • McCulloh KA, Sperry JS. 2005. Patterns in hydraulic architecture and their implications for transport efficiency. Tree Physiology 25: 257267.
  • McDowell NG, Phillips N, Lunch C, Bond BJ, Ryan MG. 2002. An investigation of hydraulic limitation and compensation in large, old Douglas-fir trees. Tree Physiology 22: 763774.
  • McElrone AJ, Pockman WT, Martínez-Vilalta J, Jackson RB. 2004. Variation in xylem structure and function in stems and roots of trees to 20 m depth. New Phytologist 163: 507517.
  • Meinzer FC, Clearwater MJ, Goldstein G. 2001. Water transport in trees: current perspectives, new insights and some controversies. Environmental and Experimental Botany 45: 239262.
  • Mencuccini M. 2002. Hydraulic constraints in the functional scaling of trees. Tree Physiology 22: 553565.
  • Mencuccini M, Magnani F. 2000. Comment on hydraulic limitation of tree height: a critique by Becker, Meinzer and Wullschleger. Functional Ecology 14: 135143.
  • Mencuccini M, Grace J, Fioravanti M. 1997. Biomechanical and hydraulic determinants of the tree structure in Scots pine: anatomical characteristics. Tree Physiology 17: 105113.
  • Midgley JJ. 2003. Is bigger better in plants? The hydraulic costs of increasing size in trees. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18: 56.
  • Niklas KJ. 1994. Plant Allometry: The Scaling of Form and Process. Chicago, IL, USA: University of Chicago Press.
  • Niklas KJ. 2004. Plant allometry: is there a grand unifying theory? Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 79: 871889.
  • Pittermann J, Sperry J. 2003. Tracheid diameter is the key trait determining the extent of freezing-induced embolism in conifers. Tree Physiology 23: 907914.
  • Ryan MG, Yoder BJ. 1997. Hydraulic limits to tree height and tree growth. Bioscience 47: 235242.
  • Sokal RR, Rohlf FJ. 1981. Biometry. New York, USA: W. H. Freeman.
  • Sperry JS, Nichols KL, Sullivan JE, Eastlack M. 1994. Xylem embolism in ring porous, diffuse porous and coniferous trees of northern Utah and interior Alaska. Ecology 75: 17361752.
  • Sperry JS, Hacke UG, Wheeler JK. 2005. Comparative analysis of end wall resistivity in xylem conduits. Plant, Cell & Environment 28: 456465.
  • Spicer R, Gartner BL. 2001. The effects of cambial age and position within the stem on specific conductivity in Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) sapwood. Trees 15: 222229.
  • Tyree MT. 2003. Plant hydraulics: the ascent of water. Nature 423: 923.
  • Tyree MT, Ewers FW. 1991. The hydraulic architecture of trees and other woody pants. New Phytologist 199: 345360.
  • West GB, Brown JH, Enquist BJ. 1999a. A general model for the structure and allometry of plant vascular systems. Nature 400: 664667.
  • West GB, Brown JH, Enquist BJ. 1999b. The fourth dimension of life: fractal geometry and allometric scaling of organisms. Science 248: 16771679.
  • Zaehle S. 2005. Effect of height on tree hydraulic conductance incompletely compensated by xylem tapering. Functional Ecology 19: 359346.
  • Zianis D, Mencuccini M. 2004. On simplifying allometric analyses of forest biomass. Forest Ecology and Management 187: 311332.
  • Zimmermann MH. 1983. Xylem Structure and the Ascent of Sap. New York, USA: Springer-Verlag.