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Poster Session #9: Water Relations.
Monday, August 6, 2001. Presentation from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM. Exhibition Hall
43. Retzlaff, William1, Topa, Mary2, 1 2 Use of hydrogen isotope analysis to identify source water of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.).
44. Ryel, Ronald1, Caldwell, Martyn1, Yoder, Carolyn1, Leffler, A. Joshua1, 1 Water dynamics in four water-limited plant communities.
45. LEFFLER, A. JOSHUA1, CALDWELL, MARTYN1, 1 Xylem sap flow in a northern Utah Juniperus osteosperma.
46. WILLSON, CYNTHIA1, MAHERALI, HAFIZ1, JACKSON, ROBERT1, 1 Variability in resistance to drought stress-induced cavitation in Juniperus (Cupressaceae).
47. Richards, James1, Donovan, Lisa2, Linton, Matthew3, 1 2 3 Magnitude and mechanisms of predawn disequilibrium in natural populations of desert shrubs.
48. CAIRD, MAIRGARETH1, LINTON, MATTHEW2, DONOVAN, LISA1, 1 2 Effects of drought on nighttime transpiration and predawn disequilibrium in two cold desert shrubs.
49. Grise, David1, Kenney, Amanda1, 1 A model system for examining benefits of nighttime water loss?
50. MOSER, LOWELL1, AWADA, TALA1, SCHACHT, WALTER1, REECE, PATRICK1, 1 Variability in stomatal characteristics of C4 grasses native to the Nebraska Sandhills.
51. Merino, Sergio1, Carter, Jacoby2, Kemmerer, Scott1, Howard, Rebecca2, Chappelle, Emmett3, Kim, Moon4, Corp, Larry3, Arrivillaga, Alex1, 1 2 3 4 Using light induced fluorescence for assessing the health of emergent marsh vegetation.
52. Zwieniecki, Maciej 1, Melcher, Peter1, Feild, Taylor1, Holbrook, Missy 1, 1 The effect of phloem girdling on xylem hydraulic conductance.
53. MOURA, CATARINA1, MAHERALI, HAFIZ1, WILLSON, CYNTHIA1, JACKSON, ROBERT1, 1 Trade-offs among vulnerability to xylem cavitation, water transport and other physiological traits in eleven co-occurring woody species.
54. HOLSTE, ELLEN1, MATZNER, STEVEN1, 1 Environmental effects on xylem cavitation in Phaseolus vulgaris (common bean).
55. Pittermann, Jarmila1, Sperry, John1, 1 The effect of freeze-thaw cycles on conifers with large-diameter tracheids.