His main research concerns Xylem, Botany, Water transport, Cavitation and Hydraulic conductivity. His study in Xylem is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Agronomy, Shoot and Ecology, Woody plant. He focuses mostly in the field of Agronomy, narrowing it down to topics relating to Soil water and, in certain cases, Canopy.
His research on Botany focuses in particular on Shrub. Uwe G. Hacke integrates many fields in his works, including Water transport and Soil science. Uwe G. Hacke incorporates Cavitation and Electrical conduit in his studies.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Xylem, Botany, Water transport, Hydraulic conductivity and Ecology. His Xylem study combines topics in areas such as Agronomy, Shoot, Cavitation and Phloem. The study incorporates disciplines such as Horticulture and Aquaporin in addition to Botany.
His Hydraulic conductivity study incorporates themes from Salicaceae, Composite material, Tree species and Acclimatization. In general Ecology study, his work on Climate change, Ecosystem, Growing season and Plant ecology often relates to the realm of Hydraulics, thereby connecting several areas of interest. In Climate change, Uwe G. Hacke works on issues like Biome, which are connected to Arid and Vegetation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Xylem, Ecology, Botany, Water transport and Hydraulic conductivity. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Xylem and Hydraulic efficiency via his papers. His Climate change and Growing season study, which is part of a larger body of work in Ecology, is frequently linked to Hydraulics, bridging the gap between disciplines.
The Botany study combines topics in areas such as Transporter and Resistance. His research integrates issues of Woody plant, Temperate climate and Horticulture in his study of Hydraulic conductivity. His Drought stress study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cavitation and Soil water.
Uwe G. Hacke mostly deals with Xylem, Ecology, Hydraulic conductivity, Climate change and Boreal. His Xylem study is concerned with Botany in general. His studies in Botany integrate themes in fields like Membrane structure and Low resistance.
His study in the field of Biome also crosses realms of Hydraulics and Water transport. His Climate change research integrates issues from Randomized block design and Atmospheric sciences. His Boreal research includes elements of Mineralogy, Tracheid, Resistance and Black spruce.
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Global convergence in the vulnerability of forests to drought
Brendan Choat;Steven Jansen;Tim J. Brodribb;Hervé Cochard;Hervé Cochard.
Trends in wood density and structure are linked to prevention of xylem implosion by negative pressure
Uwe G. Hacke;John S. Sperry;William T. Pockman;Stephen D. Davis.
Functional and ecological xylem anatomy
Uwe G. Hacke;John S. Sperry.
Perspectives in Plant Ecology Evolution and Systematics (2001)
Water deficits and hydraulic limits to leaf water supply.
J. S. Sperry;U. G. Hacke;R. Oren;J. P. Comstock.
Plant Cell and Environment (2002)
Scaling of angiosperm xylem structure with safety and efficiency.
Uwe G. Hacke;John S. Sperry;James K. Wheeler;Laura Castro.
Tree Physiology (2006)
Inter‐vessel pitting and cavitation in woody Rosaceae and other vesselled plants: a basis for a safety versus efficiency trade‐off in xylem transport
James K. Wheeler;John S. Sperry;Uwe G. Hacke;Nguyen Hoang.
Plant Cell and Environment (2005)
Size and function in conifer tracheids and angiosperm vessels
John S. Sperry;Uwe G. Hacke;Jarmila Pittermann.
American Journal of Botany (2006)
The relationship between xylem conduit diameter and cavitation caused by freezing.
Stephen D. Davis;John S. Sperry;Uwe G. Hacke.
American Journal of Botany (1999)
Influence of soil porosity on water use in Pinus taeda
U. G. Hacke;J. S. Sperry;B. E. Ewers;D. S. Ellsworth.
Cavitation Fatigue. Embolism and Refilling Cycles Can Weaken the Cavitation Resistance of Xylem
Uwe G. Hacke;Volker Stiller;John S. Sperry;Jarmila Pittermann.
Plant Physiology (2001)
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