Melvin T Tyree
Melvin T Tyree
Prof. Biophysical Plant Ecology, Zhejiang Normal University, College of Chemistry and Life Sciences
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Hydraulic architecture of whole plants and plant performance
MT Tyree, MH Zimmermann
Xylem Structure and the Ascent of Sap, 1-25, 2002
Vulnerability of xylem to cavitation and embolism
MT Tyree, JS Sperry
Annual review of plant physiology and plant molecular biology 40 (1), 19-36, 1989
The hydraulic architecture of trees and other woody plants
MT Tyree, FW Ewers
New phytologist 119 (3), 345-360, 1991
The measurement of the turgor pressure and the water relations of plants by the pressure-bomb technique
MT Tyree, HT Hammel
Journal of experimental Botany 23 (1), 267-282, 1972
A method for measuring hydraulic conductivity and embolism in xylem
JS Sperry, JR Donnelly, MT Tyree
Plant, Cell & Environment 11 (1), 35-40, 1988
Drought sensitivity shapes species distribution patterns in tropical forests
BMJ Engelbrecht, LS Comita, R Condit, TA Kursar, MT Tyree, BL Turner, ...
Nature 447 (7140), 80-82, 2007
Do woody plants operate near the point of catastrophic xylem dysfunction caused by dynamic water stress? Answers from a model
MT Tyree, JS Sperry
Plant physiology 88 (3), 574-580, 1988
Mechanism of water stress-induced xylem embolism
JS Sperry, MT Tyree
Plant physiology 88 (3), 581-587, 1988
Biophysical perspectives of xylem evolution: is there a tradeoff of hydraulic efficiency for vulnerability to dysfunction?
MT Tyree, SD Davis, H Cochard
IAWA journal 15 (4), 335-360, 1994
Water in tissues and cells
MT Tyree, PG Jarvis
Physiological plant ecology II: water relations and carbon assimilation, 35-77, 1982
Xylem dysfunction in Quercus: vessel sizes, tyloses, cavitation and seasonal changes in embolism
H Cochard, MT Tyree
Tree physiology 6 (4), 393-407, 1990
Water‐stress‐induced xylem embolism in three species of conifers
JS Sperry, MT Tyree
Plant, Cell & Environment 13 (5), 427-436, 1990
PIP1 plasma membrane aquaporins in tobacco: from cellular effects to function in plants
F Siefritz, MT Tyree, C Lovisolo, A Schubert, R Kaldenhoff
The Plant Cell 14 (4), 869-876, 2002
The cohesion-tension theory of sap ascent: current controversies
MT Tyree
Journal of Experimental Botany 48 (10), 1753-1765, 1997
Use of positive pressures to establish vulnerability curves: further support for the air-seeding hypothesis and implications for pressure-volume analysis
H Cochard, P Cruiziat, MT Tyree
Plant physiology 100 (1), 205-209, 1992
Dynamic measurements of roots hydraulic conductance using a high-pressure flowmeter in the laboratory and field
MT Tyree, S Patiño, J Bennink, J Alexander
Journal of experimental botany 46 (1), 83-94, 1995
Spring filling of xylem vessels in wild grapevine
JS Sperry, NM Holbrook, MH Zimmermann, MT Tyree
Plant physiology 83 (2), 414-417, 1987
Refilling of embolized vessels in young stems of laurel. Do we need a new paradigm?
MT Tyree, S Salleo, A Nardini, M Assunta Lo Gullo, R Mosca
Plant physiology 120 (1), 11-22, 1999
Drought‐induced leaf shedding in walnut: evidence for vulnerability segmentation
MT Tyree, H Cochard, P Cruiziat, B Sinclair, T Ameglio
Plant, Cell & Environment 16 (7), 879-882, 1993
Putative role of aquaporins in variable hydraulic conductance of leaves in response to light
H Cochard, JS Venisse, TS Barigah, N Brunel, S Herbette, A Guilliot, ...
Plant physiology 143 (1), 122-133, 2007
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