Coordinating leaf functional traits with branch hydraulic conductivity: resource substitution and implications for carbon gain

Heron Publishing
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Tree Physiology, 2008, 28 (8), pp. 1169 - 1177
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We Studied relationships among branch hydraulic conductivity, xylem embolism, stomatal conductance (g(s)), foliar nitrogen (N) concentration and specific leaf area (SLA) of seven tree species growing at four temperate woodland sites spanning a 464-1350 m
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