Craig R Brodersen
Craig R Brodersen
Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
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The dynamics of embolism repair in xylem: in vivo visualizations using high-resolution computed tomography
CR Brodersen, AJ McElrone, B Choat, MA Matthews, KA Shackel
Plant physiology 154 (3), 1088-1095, 2010
Triggers of tree mortality under drought
B Choat, TJ Brodribb, CR Brodersen, RA Duursma, R López, BE Medlyn
Nature 558 (7711), 531-539, 2018
Maintenance of xylem network transport capacity: a review of embolism repair in vascular plants
C Brodersen, A McElrone
Frontiers in plant science 4, 108, 2013
Measurement of vulnerability to water stress‐induced cavitation in grapevine: a comparison of four techniques applied to a long‐vesseled species
B Choat, WM Drayton, C Brodersen, MA Matthews, KA Shackel, H Wada, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 33 (9), 1502-1512, 2010
In vivo visualizations of drought-induced embolism spread in Vitis vinifera
CR Brodersen, AJ McElrone, B Choat, EF Lee, KA Shackel, MA Matthews
Plant physiology 161 (4), 1820-1829, 2013
Direct X-ray microtomography observation confirms the induction of embolism upon xylem cutting under tension
JM Torres-Ruiz, S Jansen, B Choat, AJ McElrone, H Cochard, TJ Brodribb, ...
Plant Physiology 167 (1), 40-43, 2015
Outside-xylem vulnerability, not xylem embolism, controls leaf hydraulic decline during dehydration
C Scoffoni, C Albuquerque, CR Brodersen, SV Townes, GP John, ...
Plant physiology 173 (2), 1197-1210, 2017
Automated analysis of three‐dimensional xylem networks using high‐resolution computed tomography
CR Brodersen, EF Lee, B Choat, S Jansen, RJ Phillips, KA Shackel, ...
New Phytologist 191 (4), 1168-1179, 2011
A new paradigm in leaf‐level photosynthesis: direct and diffuse lights are not equal
CR Brodersen, TC Vogelmann, WE Williams, HL Gorton
Plant, cell & environment 31 (1), 159-164, 2008
Do changes in light direction affect absorption profiles in leaves?
CR Brodersen, TC Vogelmann
Functional Plant Biology 37 (5), 403-412, 2010
Synchrotron X‐ray microtomography of xylem embolism in Sequoia sempervirens saplings during cycles of drought and recovery
B Choat, CR Brodersen, AJ McElrone
New Phytologist 205 (3), 1095-1105, 2015
Leaf vein xylem conduit diameter influences susceptibility to embolism and hydraulic decline
C Scoffoni, C Albuquerque, CR Brodersen, SV Townes, GP John, ...
New Phytologist 213 (3), 1076-1092, 2017
Do epidermal lens cells facilitate the absorptance of diffuse light?
CR Brodersen, TC Vogelmann
American Journal of Botany 94 (7), 1061-1066, 2007
Mechanical failure of fine root cortical cells initiates plant hydraulic decline during drought
IF Cuneo, T Knipfer, CR Brodersen, AJ McElrone
Plant Physiology 172 (3), 1669-1678, 2016
Grapevine species from varied native habitats exhibit differences in embolism formation/repair associated with leaf gas exchange and root pressure
T Knipfer, A Eustis, C Brodersen, AM Walker, AJ McElrone
Plant, Cell & Environment 38 (8), 1503-1513, 2015
X-ray micro-tomography at the Advanced Light Source
AA MacDowell, DY Parkinson, A Haboub, E Schaible, JR Nasiatka, ...
Developments in X-Ray Tomography VIII 8506, 850618, 2012
Water uptake and transport in vascular plants
AJ McElrone, B Choat, GA Gambetta, CR Brodersen
Nature Education Knowledge 4 (6), 2013
In situ visualization of the dynamics in xylem embolism formation and removal in the absence of root pressure: a study on excised grapevine stems
T Knipfer, IF Cuneo, CR Brodersen, AJ McElrone
Plant Physiology 171 (2), 1024-1036, 2016
Leaf architecture and direction of incident light influence mesophyll fluorescence profiles
DM Johnson, WK Smith, TC Vogelmann, CR Brodersen
American Journal of Botany 92 (9), 1425-1431, 2005
Centrifuge technique consistently overestimates vulnerability to water stress‐induced cavitation in grapevines as confirmed with high‐resolution computed tomography
AJ McElrone, CR Brodersen, MM Alsina, WM Drayton, MA Matthews, ...
New Phytologist 196 (3), 661-665, 2012
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