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Watertransport in plants at multiple scales: A physiological, ecological, andevolutionary appraisal

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801Contrasting axial patterns in xylem hydraulic traits may reflect differences in strategies for coping with daily cycles of water stress
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Watertransport in plants at multiple scales: A physiological, ecological, andevolutionary appraisalMcCulloh, Kate; Johnson, Daniel; Woodruff, David; Meinzer, Frederick.hydraulic architecture
xylem embolism
767Fine root spatial and temporal dynamics under limited soil moisture
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Watertransport in plants at multiple scales: A physiological, ecological, andevolutionary appraisalBauerle, Taryn.roots
hydraulic redistribution
soil moisture
756Molecular understanding of xylem refilling
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Watertransport in plants at multiple scales: A physiological, ecological, andevolutionary appraisalZwieniecki, Maciej; Secchi, Francesca.xylem embolism and refilling
931Tank Bromeliads: Leaf Hydraulic Conductance Is All There Is
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Watertransport in plants at multiple scales: A physiological, ecological, andevolutionary appraisalNorth, Gretchen; Phillips, Carly; Woodside, Walter.epiphyte
tracheid
Neotropics
32Water transport in plants at multiple scales: A physiological, ecological and evolutionary appraisal
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Watertransport in plants at multiple scales: A physiological, ecological, andevolutionary appraisalMelcher, Peter; Pratt, Brandon.xylem
root hydraulics
long distance sap transport
embolism formation andrefilling
macroevolution of planthydraulics
leaf hydraulics
stem hydraulics
892Xylem structure-function relationships in basal tracheophytes
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Watertransport in plants at multiple scales: A physiological, ecological, andevolutionary appraisalPittermann, Jarmila.Anatomy
water transport
macroevolution of planthydraulics
water relations
222Xylem vessel length of woody plants: An ecological and evolutionary analysis
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Watertransport in plants at multiple scales: A physiological, ecological, andevolutionary appraisalJacobsen, Anna; Pratt, Brandon; Tobin, Michael; Hacke, Uwe; Ewers, Frank.vessel diameter
stem hydraulics
vessel length
water relations
cavitation resistance

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