His scientific interests lie mostly in Botany, Transpiration, Xylem, Hydraulic conductivity and Stomatal conductance. In general Botany, his work in Canopy is often linked to Water transport linking many areas of study. His Transpiration study incorporates themes from Anacardium excelsum, Humidity, Water potential and Crown.
His work deals with themes such as Allometry, Water use, Soil water, Cavitation and Tree species, which intersect with Xylem. His studies in Hydraulic conductivity integrate themes in fields like Tropical climate, Poaceae, Saccharum and Woody plant. His work on Turgor pressure as part of his general Horticulture study is frequently connected to Water source, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
Frederick C. Meinzer mainly investigates Botany, Transpiration, Horticulture, Xylem and Stomatal conductance. His research integrates issues of Hydraulic conductivity and Agronomy in his study of Botany. His Transpiration research includes themes of Water use, Ecology, Evergreen, Atmospheric sciences and Humidity.
Frederick C. Meinzer has included themes like Hydraulic conductance, Metrosideros polymorpha and Sucrose in his Horticulture study. His research investigates the connection between Xylem and topics such as Osmotic pressure that intersect with problems in Apoplast. His studies deal with areas such as Cultivar, Vapour Pressure Deficit, Water-use efficiency, Water balance and Crown as well as Stomatal conductance.
Frederick C. Meinzer spends much of his time researching Botany, Ecology, Stomatal conductance, Agronomy and Xylem. Frederick C. Meinzer combines topics linked to Horticulture with his work on Botany. His work carried out in the field of Ecology brings together such families of science as Atmospheric sciences and Transpiration.
His work on Hydraulic redistribution and Canopy conductance as part of general Transpiration study is frequently linked to Water transport, bridging the gap between disciplines. The Stomatal conductance study combines topics in areas such as Photosynthetic capacity, Woody plant, Water-use efficiency and Seedling. Frederick C. Meinzer interconnects Hydraulic conductivity, Soil science, Temperate forest and Drought tolerance in the investigation of issues within Xylem.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Botany, Stomatal conductance, Climate change and Water transport. His work on Ecosystem and Water use as part of general Ecology research is often related to Isotopes of oxygen, thus linking different fields of science. His Water use study which covers Drought tolerance that intersects with Xylem.
Stomatal conductance is the subject of his research, which falls under Photosynthesis. His study looks at the intersection of Climate change and topics like Biome with Transpiration and Water cycle. His Water transport investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Hydraulic conductivity and Hydraulics.
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Carbon dynamics in trees: feast or famine?
Anna Sala;David R. Woodruff;Frederick C. Meinzer.
Tree Physiology (2012)
Biodiversity meets the atmosphere: a global view of forest canopies
C. M. P. Ozanne;D. Anhuf;Sarah Boulter;M. Keller.
The relationship between tree height and leaf area: sapwood area ratio.
N. Mcdowell;H. Barnard;H. Barnard;B. J. Bond;T. Hinckley.
Functional convergence in hydraulic architecture and water relations of tropical savanna trees: from leaf to whole plant.
S J Bucci;G Goldstein;Frederick C Meinzer;F G Scholz.
Tree Physiology (2004)
Partitioning of soil water among canopy trees in a seasonally dry tropical forest
Frederick C. Meinzer;José Luis Andrade;Guillermo Goldstein;N. Michele Holbrook.
Partitioning of soil water among tree species in a Brazilian Cerrado ecosystem.
Paula C. Jackson;Frederick C. Meinzer;Mercedes Bustamante;Guillermo Goldstein.
Tree Physiology (1999)
Leaf functional traits of Neotropical savanna trees in relation to seasonal water deficit
A. C. Franco;M. Bustamante;L. S. Caldas;G. Goldstein.
Trees-structure and Function (2005)
Size- and Age-Related Changes in Tree Structure and Function
Frederick C. Meinzer;Barbara Lachenbruch;Todd E. Dawson.
Atmospheric and hydraulic limitations on transpiration in Brazilian cerrado woody species
F. C. Meinzer;G. Goldstein;A. C. Franco;M. Bustamante.
Functional Ecology (1999)
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