His scientific interests lie mostly in Botany, Xylem, Transpiration, Horticulture and Hydraulic conductivity. Thierry Améglio regularly ties together related areas like Water content in his Botany studies. His Xylem research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Soil science, Beech, Fagus sylvatica and Shoot.
The various areas that he examines in his Transpiration study include Soil water, Water potential, Evapotranspiration and Agronomy. Thierry Améglio works in the field of Horticulture, namely Juglans. His work deals with themes such as Cultivar and Annual growth cycle of grapevines, which intersect with Hydraulic conductivity.
Thierry Améglio focuses on Botany, Horticulture, Xylem, Transpiration and Juglans. His research ties Sucrose and Botany together. His studies deal with areas such as Sugar, Cold acclimation, Hevea brasiliensis and Starch as well as Horticulture.
His study focuses on the intersection of Xylem and fields such as Hydraulic conductivity with connections in the field of Cultivar. His Transpiration study deals with Girdling intersecting with Cold hardening and Carbohydrate export. Thierry Améglio combines subjects such as Osmotic concentration and Orchard with his study of Juglans.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Botany, Xylem, Cavitation, Horticulture and Ice nucleus. He regularly links together related areas like Competition in his Botany studies. Among his Xylem studies, you can observe a synthesis of other disciplines of science such as Supercooling and Severe dehydration.
His study of Juglans is a part of Horticulture. His studies link Hardiness with Juglans. The study incorporates disciplines such as Range, Temperate climate and Annual growth cycle of grapevines in addition to Phenology.
His main research concerns Ecology, Frost, Cavitation, Plant phenology and Dual effect. His Frost study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Thinning, Resistance, Hardiness, Microclimate and Pruning. His Cavitation research incorporates elements of Liquid bubble, Botany, Soil science, Front and Ice nucleus.
Botany is often connected to Water Movements in his work. His study in Plant phenology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Global warming and Growing season. Picea abies is closely attributed to Xylem in his research.
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Unraveling the Effects of Plant Hydraulics on Stomatal Closure during Water Stress in Walnut
Hervé Cochard;Lluis Coll;Xavier Le Roux;Thierry Améglio.
Plant Physiology (2002)
Hydraulic architecture of trees: main concepts and results
Pierre Cruiziat;Hervé Cochard;Thierry Améglio.
Annals of Forest Science (2002)
Drought‐induced leaf shedding in walnut: evidence for vulnerability segmentation
M.T. Tyrée;Hervé Cochard;P. Cruiziat;B. Sinclair.
Plant Cell and Environment (1993)
Evaluation of a new centrifuge technique for rapid generation of xylem vulnerability curves
Hervé Cochard;Gaëlle Damour;Christian Bodet;Ibrahim Tharwat.
Physiologia Plantarum (2005)
RATP: a model for simulating the spatial distribution of radiation absorption, transpiration and photosynthesis within canopies: application to an isolated tree crown
H. Sinoquet;X. Le Roux;B. Adam;T. Ameglio.
Plant Cell and Environment (2001)
Significance and limits in the use of predawn leaf water potential for tree irrigation
Thierry Améglio;Philippe Archer;Moisés Cohen;Charles Valancogne.
Plant and Soil (1999)
Variation in cold hardiness and carbohydrate concentration from dormancy induction to bud burst among provenances of three European oak species
Xavier Morin;Thierry Améglio;Rein Ahas;Cathy Kurz-Besson.
Tree Physiology (2007)
Experimental analysis of the role of water and carbon in tree stem diameter variations
François-Alain Daudet;Thierry Améglio;Hervé Cochard;Olivier Archilla.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2004)
Water stress-induced xylem hydraulic failure is a causal factor of tree mortality in beech and poplar
Tete Severien Barigah;Olivia Charrier;Olivia Charrier;Olivia Charrier;Marie Douris;Marie Douris;Marc Bonhomme;Marc Bonhomme.
Annals of Botany (2013)
Cryo-scanning electron microscopy observations of vessel content during transpiration in walnut petioles. Facts or artifacts?
Hervé Cochard;Christian Bodet;Thierry Améglio;Pierre Cruiziat.
Plant Physiology (2000)
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