Evaluating theories of drought‐induced vegetation mortality using a multimodel–experiment framework
Nate G. McDowell;Rosie A. Fisher;Chonggang Xu;J. C. Domec;J. C. Domec.
New Phytologist (2013)
Modeling xylem and phloem water flows in trees according to cohesion theory and Münch hypothesis
T. Hölttä;T. Vesala;S. Sevanto;S. Sevanto;M. Perämäki.
Trees-structure and Function (2006)
The significance of phloem transport for the speed with which canopy photosynthesis and belowground respiration are linked
Maurizio Mencuccini;Teemu Hölttä.
New Phytologist (2010)
Linking phloem function to structure: Analysis with a coupled xylem–phloem transport model
T. Holtta;Maurizio Mencuccini;E. Nikinmaa.
Journal of Theoretical Biology (2009)
Assimilate transport in phloem sets conditions for leaf gas exchange.
Eero Nikinmaa;Teemu Hölttä;Pertti Hari;Pasi Kolari.
Plant Cell and Environment (2013)
Effects of the hydraulic coupling between xylem and phloem on diurnal phloem diameter variation
Sanna Sevanto;Teemu Hölttä;N. Michele Holbrook.
Plant Cell and Environment (2011)
Coordination of physiological traits involved in drought-induced mortality of woody plants
Maurizio Mencuccini;Francesco Minunno;Yann Salmon;Jordi Martínez‐Vilalta.
New Phytologist (2015)
Capacitive effect of cavitation in xylem conduits: results from a dynamic model.
Teemu Hölttä;Herve Cochard;Eero Nikinmaa;Maurizio Mencuccini.
Plant Cell and Environment (2009)
New Insights into the Mechanisms of Water-Stress-Induced Cavitation in Conifers
Hervé Cochard;Teemu Hölttä;Stéphane Herbette;Sylvain Delzon.
Plant Physiology (2009)
Hydraulic functioning of tree stems--fusing ray anatomy, radial transfer and capacitance.
Sebastian Pfautsch;Teemu Hölttä;Maurizio Mencuccini.
Tree Physiology (2015)
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