Organized Oral Session 11: Hydraulic limitations in vascular plants
Organizer(s): F Berninger, L Lauzon, and E Nikinmaa
Monday, August 8, 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM, Meeting Room 511 C, Level 5, Palais des congrès de Montréal
1:30 PM: Dunham, Sonya*,1, Ganio, Lisa 1, Gartner, Barbara1, 1 Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, Hierarchical analysis of structural and functional tradeoffs in hydraulic properties of Douglas-fir xylem.
1:50 PM: Choat, Brendan*,1, Zwieniecki, Maciej2, Holbrook, Michele1, 1 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA2 Arnold Arboretum, Boston, MA, Xylem hydraulic resistance and diurnal fluctuation in ionic concentration of xylem sap of Acer saccharum.
2:10 PM: Bond, Barbara1, Ryan, Michael2, Phillips, Nathan3, McDowell, Nate4, Meinzer, Frederick5, 1 Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR2 U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mtn. Station, Fort Collins, CO3 Boston University, Boston, MA4 Los Alamos National Labs, Los Alamos, NM5 U.S. Forest Service - PNW Laboratory, Corvallis, OR, Hydraulic limitations of tree height and tree growth: Revisiting the hypothesis after a decade of research.
2:30 PM: Mencuccini, Maurizio1, Martinez-Vilalta, Jordi1, Vanderklein, Dirk 2, Hazandy, Hamid1, Korakaki, Evangelia1, 1 University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK2 Montclair University, Montclair, NJ, USA, Size, not cellular senescence, explains reduced vigour in tall trees.
2:50 PM: Nikinmaa, Eero*,1, Peramaki, Martti1, Karimaki, Janne1, Duursma, Remko1, Berninger, Frank2, Makela, Annikki1, 1 Department of Forest Ecology, Helsinki, Finland2 Departmnt of Biological Sciences, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Trade-off between photosynthetic production, transpiration and leaf-area sapwood area relationship in Scots pine.
3:10 PM: , BREAK.
3:20 PM: Anfodillo, Tommaso1, Carraro, Vinicio1, Carrer, Marco1, Fior, Claudio1, Rossi, Sergio1, 1 University of Padova - Italy, Padova, Plant hydraulics: Moving fluids at the lowest cost.
3:40 PM: Marshall, John*,1, Monserud, Robert2, 1 University of Idaho, Moscow2 USDA Forest Service, Portland, OR, Trends and autocorrelation in the tree-ring 18O signal: Sources, sinks, or succession?
4:00 PM: Susiluoto, Sanna*,, Perämäki, Martti, Nikinmaa, Eero , Berninger, Frank, , Water relations and sink limitations at the treeline.
4:20 PM: Medeiros, Juliana1, Pockman, Will1, 1 Department of Biology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, Hydraulic constraints on transpiration in two size classes of Larrea tridentata.
4:40 PM: Cavender-Bares, Jeannine*,1, 3, Miles, Brianna1, 3, Terwilliger, Valery2, 3, Urgenson, Lauren3, 5, Parker, Geoffrey3, Lovelock, Catherine3, 4, 1 Ecology, Evolution & Behavior, St. Paul, MN, USA3 Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Edgewater, MD, USA2 Geography Department, Lawrence, KS, USA5 University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA4 Center for Marine Studies, Brisbane, Queensland, AU, Intraspecific variation in hydraulic conductance and water use efficiency of oak trees and seedlings across natural and experimental hydrologic gradients.
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