Publications

Henry C., John G.P., Pan R., Bartlett M.K., Fletcher L., Scoffoni C., & Sack L. In revision. The control of stomata by leaf water status: trade-off between safety and efficiency. Nature Communications.

Trueba S., Pan R., Scoffoni C., John G.P., Davis S.D., & Sack L. Thresholds for leaf damage during dehydration: declines of hydraulic function, stomatal conductance, and cellular integrity precede those for photochemistry. New Phytologist, in press.

Medeiros C., Scoffoni C., John G.P., Bartlett M, Inman-Narahari F., Ostertag R., Cordell S., Giardina C., & Sack L. 2019. An extensive suite of functional traits distinguishes Hawaiian forests and enables prediction of species vital rates. Functional Ecology, in press.

Earles J.M., Buckley T.N., Brodersen C.R., Busch F.A., Cano F.J., Choat B., Evans J.R., Farquhar G.D., Harwood R., Huynh M., John G.P., Miller M.L., Rockwell F.E., Sack L., Scoffoni C., Struik P.C., Wu A., Yin X., & Barbour M.M. 2019. Embracing 3D complexity in leaf carbon-water exchange. Trends in Plant Science, 15-24.

Fletcher L., Cui H., Callahan H., Scoffoni C., John G. P., Bartlett M., Burge D., & Sack L. 2018. Evolution of leaf structure and drought tolerance in species of Californian Ceanothus. American Journal of Botany, 105, 1672–1687.

John G. P., Henry C., & Sack L. (2018). Leaf rehydration capacity: associations with other indices of drought tolerance and environment. Plant, cell & environment, 41, 2638–2653.

John G.P., Scoffoni C., Buckley T.N., Villar R., Poorter H. & Sack L. 2017. The anatomical and compositional basis of leaf mass per area. Ecology Letters, 20, 412-425.

Sack L., John G.P. & Buckley T.N. 2017. ABA accumulation in dehydrating leaves is associated with decline in cell volume not turgor pressure. Plant Physiology. doi: 10/1104/pp.17.01097

Scoffoni C., Albuquerque C., Brodersen C., Townes S.V., John G.P., Bartlett M.K., Buckley T.N., McElrone A.J. & Sack L. 2017. Outside-xylem vulnerability, not xylem embolism, controls leaf hydraulic decline during dehydration. Plant Physiology, 173, 1197-1210.

Scoffoni C., Albuquerque C., Brodersen C.R., Townes S.V., John G.P., Cochard H., Buckley T.N., McElrone A.J. & Sack L. 2017. Leaf vein xylem conduit diameter influences susceptibility to embolism and hydraulic decline. New Phytologist, 213, 1076-1092.

Buckley T.N., John G.P., Scoffoni C. & Sack L. 2017. The sites of evaporation within leaves. Plant Physiology, 173:1763-1782.

Scoffoni C, John GP, Cochard H, & Sack L. 2017. Testing for ion-mediated enhancement of the hydraulic conductance of the leaf xylem in diverse angiosperms. Journal of Plant Hydraulics, 4, e-004.

Buckley T.N., John G.P., Scoffoni C. & Sack L. 2015. How does leaf anatomy influence water transport outside the xylem? Plant Physiology, 168, 1616-1635.

Sack L, Scoffoni C, Mendez-Alonzo R, John GP, Poorter H, Donovan L, & Mason CM. 2014. Leaf mass per area (LMA) is independent of vein length per area: avoiding pitfalls when modelling phenotypic integration (reply to Blonder et al. 2014). Journal of Experimental Botany, 65, 5115-5123.

John, GP, Scoffoni C, and Sack L. 2013.Allometry of cells and tissues within leaves. The American Journal of Botany.100: 1936-1948

Sack L, Scoffoni C, John GP, Poorter H, Mason CM, Mendez-Alonzo R, Donovan LA. 2013. How do leaf veins influence the worldwide leaf economic spectrum? Review and synthesis. Journal of Experimental Botany 64: 4053-4080.

Nelson K., Kurc S.A., John G., Minor R., & Barron-Gafford G. A. 2013. Influence of snow cover duration on soil evaporation and respiration efflux in mixed-conifer ecosystems. Ecohydrology 10.1002/eco.1425

McEwan R.W., Brecha R.J., Geiger D.R., & John G.P. 2010. Flowering phenology change and climate warming in southwestern Ohio. Plant Ecology 212: 55-61.

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