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Cited Publications for SC-1 Leaf Porometer
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Cited Publications for SC-1 Leaf Porometer

Listed below are a few examples of cited publications for the SC-1 leaf porometer. This list is not exhaustive.

SC-1 leaf porometer

  • Carrasco-Benavides, Marcos, Javiera Antunez-Quilobrán, Antonella Baffico-Hernández, Carlos Ávila-Sánchez, Samuel Ortega-Farías, Sergio Espinoza, John Gajardo, Marco Mora, and Sigfredo Fuentes. “Performance Assessment of Thermal Infrared Cameras of Different Resolutions to Estimate Tree Water Status from Two Cherry Cultivars: An Alternative to Midday Stem Water Potential and Stomatal Conductance.” Sensors 20, no. 12 (2020): 3596. (Article link).
  • Carvalho, Henrique DR, James L. Heilman, Kevin J. McInnes, William L. Rooney, and Katie L. Lewis. “Epicuticular wax and its effect on canopy temperature and water use of Sorghum.” Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 284 (2020): 107893. (Article link).
  • Mota-Gutiérrez, Dilia, Guadalupe Arreola-González, Rafael Aguilar-Romero, Horacio Paz, Jeannine Cavender-Bares, Ken Oyama, Antonio Gonzalez-Rodriguez, and Fernando Pineda-García. “Seasonal variation in native hydraulic conductivity between two deciduous oak species.” Journal of Plant Ecology 13, no. 1 (2020): 78-86. (Article link).
  • Ravi, Sridevi, Tim Young, Cate Macinnis-Ng, Thao V. Nyugen, Mark Duxbury, Andrea C. Alfaro, and Sebastian Leuzinger. “Untargeted metabolomics in halophytes: The role of different metabolites in New Zealand mangroves under multi-factorial abiotic stress conditions.” Environmental and Experimental Botany 173 (2020): 103993. (Article link).
  • Matthews, Craig, Muhammad Arshad, and Abdelali Hannoufa. “Alfalfa response to heat stress is modulated by microRNA156.” Physiologia plantarum 165, no. 4 (2019): 830-842. (Article link).
  • Sanad, Marwa NME, Andrei Smertenko, and Kimberley A. Garland-Campbell. “Differential dynamic changes of reduced trait model for analyzing the plastic response to drought phases: a case study in spring wheat.” Frontiers In Plant Science 10 (2019): 504. (Article link).
  • Westerband, Andrea C., Aurora K. Kagawa-Viviani, Kari K. Bogner, David W. Beilman, Tiffany M. Knight, and Kasey E. Barton. “Seedling drought tolerance and functional traits vary in response to the timing of water availability in a keystone Hawaiian tree species.” Plant Ecology 220, no. 3 (2019): 321-344. (Article link).
  • Panta, Suresh, Tim Flowers, Richard Doyle, Peter Lane, Gabriel Haros, and Sergey Shabala. “Temporal changes in soil properties and physiological characteristics of Atriplex species and Medicago arborea grown in different soil types under saline irrigation.” Plant and Soil 432, no. 1-2 (2018): 315-331. (Article link).
  • Soderquist, B. S., K. L. Kavanagh, T. E. Link, M. S. Seyfried, and A. H. Winstral. “Simulating the dependence of aspen (Populus tremuloides) on redistributed snow in a semi‐arid watershed.” Ecosphere 9, no. 1 (2018): e02068. (Article link).
  • Tan, Puay Yok, Nyuk Hien Wong, Chun Liang Tan, Steve Kardinal Jusuf, Mei Fen Chang, and Zhi Quan Chiam. “A method to partition the relative effects of evaporative cooling and shading on air temperature within vegetation canopy.” Journal of Urban Ecology 4, no. 1 (2018): juy012. (Article link).
  • Galieni, A. N. G. E. L. I. C. A., F. A. B. I. O. Stagnari, S. T. E. F. A. N. O. Speca, and M. I. C. H. E. L. E. Pisante. “Leaf traits as indicators of limiting growing conditions for lettuce (Lactuca sativa).” Annals of Applied Biology 169, no. 3 (2016): 342-356. (Article link).
  • Özmen, Selçuk. “Quantification of Leaf Water Potential, Stomatal Conductance and Photosynthetically Active Radiation in Rainfed Hazelnut.” Erwerbs-Obstbau 58, no. 4 (2016): 273-280. (Article link).
  • Valenzuela, Patricio, Eduardo C. Arellano, James A. Burger, and Pablo Becerra. “Using facilitation microsites as a restoration tool for conversion of degraded grasslands to Nothofagus forests in Southern Patagonia.” Ecological Engineering 95 (2016): 580-587. (Article link).
  • Winkler, Daniel E., Yukihiro Amagai, Travis E. Huxman, Masami Kaneko, and Gaku Kudo. “Seasonal dry-down rates and high stress tolerance promote bamboo invasion above and below treeline.” Plant Ecology 217, no. 10 (2016): 1219-1234. (Article link).
  • Galieni, Angelica, Carla Di Mattia, Miriam De Gregorio, Stefano Speca, Dino Mastrocola, Michele Pisante, and Fabio Stagnari. “Effects of nutrient deficiency and abiotic environmental stresses on yield, phenolic compounds and antiradical activity in lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.).” Scientia Horticulturae 187 (2015): 93-101. (Article link).
  • Rahman, M. A., D. Armson, and A. R. Ennos. “A comparison of the growth and cooling effectiveness of five commonly planted urban tree species.” Urban Ecosystems 18, no. 2 (2015): 371-389. (Article link)
  • Qiu, Rangjian, Taisheng Du, Shaozhong Kang, Renqiang Chen, and Laosheng Wu. “Influence of water and nitrogen stress on stem sap flow of tomato grown in a solar greenhouse.” Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 140, no. 2 (2015): 111-119. (Article link).
  • Rud, Ronit, Y. Cohen, V. Alchanatis, A. Levi, R. Brikman, C. Shenderey, B. Heuer et al. “Crop water stress index derived from multi-year ground and aerial thermal images as an indicator of potato water status.” Precision Agriculture 15, no. 3 (2014): 273-289. (Article link).
  • Secchi, Francesca, and Maciej A. Zwieniecki. “Down-regulation of plasma intrinsic protein1 aquaporin in poplar trees is detrimental to recovery from embolism.” Plant Physiology 164, no. 4 (2014): 1789-1799. (Article link).
  • Benigno, Stephen M., Kingsley W. Dixon, and Jason C. Stevens. “Increasing soil water retention with native‐sourced mulch improves seedling establishment in postmine Mediterranean sandy soils.” Restoration Ecology 21, no. 5 (2013): 617-626. (Article link).
  • John-Bejai, C., A. D. Farrell, F. M. Cooper, and M. P. Oatham. “Contrasting physiological responses to excess heat and irradiance in two tropical savanna sedges.” AoB Plants 5 (2013). (Article link).
  • Touchette, Brant W., Emily C. Adams, Parker Laimbeer, and Gabrielle A. Burn. “Ridge crest versus swale: contrasting plant–water relations and performance indexes in two understory plant species in a coastal maritime forest.” Journal of Plant Interactions 7, no. 3 (2012): 271-282. (Article link).
  • Jørgensen, S. T., W. H. Ntundu, M. Ouédraogo, J. L. Christiansen, and F. Liu. “Effect of a short and severe intermittent drought on transpiration, seed yield, yield components, and harvest index in four landraces of bambara groundnut.” International Journal of Plant Production 5 (2011): 1. (Article link).
  • Rahman, M. A., J. G. Smith, P. Stringer, and A. R. Ennos. “Effect of rooting conditions on the growth and cooling ability of Pyrus calleryana.” Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 10, no. 3 (2011): 185-192. (Article link).
  • Espino, Susana, and H. Jochen Schenk. “Hydraulically integrated or modular? Comparing whole‐plant‐level hydraulic systems between two desert shrub species with different growth forms.” New Phytologist 183, no. 1 (2009): 142-152. (Article link).