2012 - William S. Cooper Award, The Ecological Society of America Angiosperms helped put the rain in the rainforests: The impact of plant physiological evolution on tropical biodiversity. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 97:527-540
Maciej A. Zwieniecki spends much of his time researching Botany, Xylem, Transpiration, Water transport and Hydraulic conductivity. In his work, Aceraceae is strongly intertwined with Horticulture, which is a subfield of Botany. His work carried out in the field of Xylem brings together such families of science as Vascular bundle, Cavitation, Mechanics and Biophysics.
His work in Biophysics addresses subjects such as Biochemistry, which are connected to disciplines such as Lignin. In general Transpiration study, his work on Transpiration stream often relates to the realm of Plant Stomata, Microfluidics and Layer, thereby connecting several areas of interest. The concepts of his Hydraulic conductivity study are interwoven with issues in Swelling, Reticulate and Fraxinus.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Botany, Xylem, Transpiration, Horticulture and Biophysics. His research in Botany intersects with topics in Hydraulic conductivity and Aquaporin. He combines subjects such as Sugar, Parenchyma, Phloem and Water stress with his study of Xylem.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Soil water, Agronomy and Stomatal conductance in addition to Transpiration. Maciej A. Zwieniecki interconnects Bloom, Acclimatization and Carbohydrate in the investigation of issues within Horticulture. His studies in Biophysics integrate themes in fields like Membrane and Biochemistry.
Maciej A. Zwieniecki mainly focuses on Horticulture, Xylem, Sugar, Biophysics and Phenology. The various areas that Maciej A. Zwieniecki examines in his Horticulture study include Bloom and Carbohydrate. In his study, Salinity is inextricably linked to Rootstock, which falls within the broad field of Xylem.
He has researched Biophysics in several fields, including Sporopollenin, Phloem and Apoplast. His work in Phloem tackles topics such as Sugar transport which are related to areas like Botany. Maciej A. Zwieniecki is interested in Absorption of water, which is a field of Botany.
His primary areas of study are Horticulture, Xylem, Agronomy, Context and Carbohydrate metabolism. His studies deal with areas such as Cuticle and Absorption of water as well as Horticulture. His research integrates issues of Starch, Sucrose, Biophysics, Diel vertical migration and Machine learning in his study of Xylem.
His Starch research includes themes of Diurnal temperature variation and Canopy, Botany. His Agronomy research incorporates themes from Hydraulic conductivity, Seasonality, Forest health and Water content. His Carbohydrate metabolism study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Apoplast, Osmosis, Metabolic pathway, Sugar and Maltose.
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Hydrogel control of xylem hydraulic resistance in plants.
Maciej A. Zwieniecki;Peter J. Melcher;N. Michele Holbrook.
Leaf hydraulic capacity in ferns, conifers and angiosperms: impacts on photosynthetic maxima
Tim J. Brodribb;Tim J. Brodribb;N. Michele Holbrook;Maciej A. Zwieniecki;Beatriz Palma.
New Phytologist (2005)
Angiosperm leaf vein evolution was physiologically and environmentally transformative
C. Kevin Boyce;Tim J. Brodribb;Taylor S. Feild;Maciej A. Zwieniecki.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2009)
Embolism Repair and Xylem Tension: Do We Need a Miracle?
NM Holbrook;MA Zwieniecki.
Plant Physiology (1999)
Confronting Maxwell's demon: biophysics of xylem embolism repair
Maciej A. Zwieniecki;N. Michele Holbrook.
Trends in Plant Science (2009)
In Vivo Observation of Cavitation and Embolism Repair Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging
N. Michele Holbrook;Eric T. Ahrens;Michael J. Burns;Maciej A. Zwieniecki.
Plant Physiology (2001)
The hydraulic conductance of the angiosperm leaf lamina: a comparison of three measurement methods.
Lawren Sack;Peter J. Melcher;Maciej A. Zwieniecki;N. Michele Holbrook.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2002)
Vascular transport in plants
N. Michele Holbrook;Maciej A. Zwieniecki.
Sensing embolism in xylem vessels: the role of sucrose as a trigger for refilling
Francesca Secchi;Maciej A. Zwieniecki.
Plant Cell and Environment (2011)
Low leaf hydraulic conductance associated with drought tolerance in soybean
Thomas R. Sinclair;Maciej A. Zwieniecki;Noel Michele Holbrook.
Physiologia Plantarum (2008)
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