Stefan Mayr mainly focuses on Xylem, Botany, Tracheid, Picea abies and Hydraulic conductivity. Stefan Mayr has researched Xylem in several fields, including Ecology, Woody plant, Stomatal conductance and Transpiration. In general Ecology, his work in Competition is often linked to Longevity, High variability and Tree linking many areas of study.
His research links Horticulture with Botany. Stefan Mayr interconnects Shoot, Agronomy and Altitude in the investigation of issues within Picea abies. The concepts of his Hydraulic conductivity study are interwoven with issues in Composite material and Twig.
Stefan Mayr focuses on Xylem, Botany, Hydraulic conductivity, Picea abies and Horticulture. His research integrates issues of Soil science and Agronomy in his study of Xylem. His studies deal with areas such as Ecology, Soil water and Stomatal conductance as well as Agronomy.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Seeding and Water content. The various areas that Stefan Mayr examines in his Hydraulic conductivity study include Acclimatization and Turgor pressure. His Picea abies research integrates issues from Pinus mugo and Twig.
Xylem, Horticulture, Hydraulic conductivity, Picea abies and Resistance are his primary areas of study. As part of one scientific family, Stefan Mayr deals mainly with the area of Xylem, narrowing it down to issues related to the Agronomy, and often Soil water. His Cambium and Tracheid study in the realm of Horticulture interacts with subjects such as Frost.
His studies in Hydraulic conductivity integrate themes in fields like Transect and Turgor pressure. His study explores the link between Picea abies and topics such as Betula pendula that cross with problems in Intraspecific competition. Ecology covers Stefan Mayr research in Shrub.
Stefan Mayr mostly deals with Xylem, Horticulture, Fagus sylvatica, Water content and Frost. His Xylem research includes elements of Photosynthesis, Picea abies, Stress and Woody plant. His Picea abies study deals with the bigger picture of Botany.
His work on Seedling as part of general Horticulture study is frequently linked to Micro ct and Water transport, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His work deals with themes such as Soil water and Water potential, which intersect with Fagus sylvatica. His Water content research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Shrub, Intraspecific competition, Tracheid, Pinus mugo and Evergreen.
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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)
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)
Xylem Wall Collapse in Water-Stressed Pine Needles
Hervé Cochard;Fabienne Froux;Stefan Mayr;Catherine Coutand.
Plant Physiology (2004)
Winter-drought induced embolism in Norway spruce (Picea abies) at the Alpine timberline.
Stefan Mayr;Marion Wolfschwenger;Helmut Bauer.
Physiologia Plantarum (2002)
Frost drought in conifers at the alpine timberline: xylem dysfunction and adaptations.
Stefan Mayr;Uwe Hacke;Peter Schmid;Franziska Schwienbacher.
Uptake of water via branches helps timberline conifers refill embolized xylem in late winter.
Stefan Mayr;Peter Schmid;Joan Laur;Sabine Rosner.
Plant Physiology (2014)
Repeated freeze-thaw cycles induce embolism in drought stressed conifers (Norway spruce, stone pine).
Stefan Mayr;Andreas Gruber;Helmut Bauer.
Winter at the alpine timberline. Why does embolism occur in norway spruce but not in stone pine
Stefan Mayr;Franziska Schwienbacher;Helmut Bauer.
Plant Physiology (2003)
The cohesion-tension theory
Guillermo Angeles;Barbara Bond;John S. Boyer;Tim Brodribb.
New Phytologist (2004)
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