Hervé Cochard focuses on Xylem, Botany, Transpiration, Hydraulic conductivity and Ecology. His Xylem research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Woody plant, Resistance, Cavitation, Mechanics and Quercus petraea. His Botany research includes elements of Soil science and Horticulture.
The concepts of his Transpiration study are interwoven with issues in Phytotron, Agronomy and Stomatal conductance. His work is dedicated to discovering how Hydraulic conductivity, Cultivar are connected with Water deficit and Fruit tree and other disciplines. The various areas that he examines in his Ecology study include Hydraulic efficiency and Scots pine.
Hervé Cochard mostly deals with Xylem, Botany, Horticulture, Hydraulic conductivity and Transpiration. His Xylem research integrates issues from Cavitation, Soil science, Ecology and Stomatal conductance. His study in the fields of Resistance, Phenotypic plasticity, Intraspecific competition and Adaptation under the domain of Ecology overlaps with other disciplines such as Context.
Borrowing concepts from Water transport, Hervé Cochard weaves in ideas under Botany. His Hydraulic conductivity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Woody plant, Tracheid and Scots pine. Hervé Cochard works mostly in the field of Transpiration, limiting it down to topics relating to Agronomy and, in certain cases, Canopy.
Hervé Cochard mainly focuses on Xylem, Ecology, Transpiration, Botany and Embolism. Xylem is a subfield of Horticulture that Hervé Cochard explores. Hervé Cochard usually deals with Horticulture and limits it to topics linked to Cavitation and Flow.
His work in the fields of Ecology, such as Water use, Climate change, Intraspecific competition and Ecosystem, intersects with other areas such as Deserts and xeric shrublands. His Transpiration research incorporates elements of Hydraulic efficiency and Aquaporin. His Botany study frequently involves adjacent topics like X-ray microtomography.
His primary scientific interests are in Xylem, Ecology, Botany, Embolism and Resistance. His Xylem study is concerned with the field of Horticulture as a whole. His research on Ecology frequently links to adjacent areas such as Radial growth.
In general Botany, his work in Petiole and Pinitol is often linked to Water transport and Sugar linking many areas of study. Hervé Cochard focuses mostly in the field of Resistance, narrowing it down to topics relating to Arid and, in certain cases, Biomass, Pinus canariensis, Adaptation, Genetic variation and Phenotypic plasticity. The concepts of his Transpiration study are interwoven with issues in Hydraulic efficiency and Woody plant.
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Global convergence in the vulnerability of forests to drought
Brendan Choat;Steven Jansen;Tim J. Brodribb;Hervé Cochard;Hervé Cochard.
Weak tradeoff between xylem safety and xylem-specific hydraulic efficiency across the world's woody plant species
Sean M. Gleason;Sean M. Gleason;Mark Westoby;Steven Jansen;Brendan Choat.
New Phytologist (2016)
Decline of Leaf Hydraulic Conductance with Dehydration: Relationship to Leaf Size and Venation Architecture
Christine Scoffoni;Michael Rawls;Athena McKown;Hervé Cochard.
Plant Physiology (2011)
Hydraulic adjustment of Scots pine across Europe
Jordi Martinez-Vilalta;Jordi Martinez-Vilalta;Hervé Cochard;Hervé Cochard;Maurizia Mencuccini;Frank Sterck.
New Phytologist (2009)
A synthesis of radial growth patterns preceding tree mortality
Maxime Cailleret;Steven Jansen;Elisabeth M. R. Robert;Elisabeth M. R. Robert;Lucía Desoto.
Global Change Biology (2017)
Mechanism of water‐stress induced cavitation in conifers: bordered pit structure and function support the hypothesis of seal capillary‐seeding
Sylvain Delzon;Sylvain Delzon;Cyril Douthe;Anna Sala;Herve Cochard.
Plant Cell and Environment (2010)
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