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A multi-species synthesis of physiological mechanisms in drought-induced tree mortality
HD Adams, MJB Zeppel, WRL Anderegg, H Hartmann, SM Landhäusser, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (9), 1285-1291, 2017
9452017
Drought response strategies define the relative contributions of hydraulic dysfunction and carbohydrate depletion during tree mortality
PJ Mitchell, AP O'Grady, DT Tissue, DA White, ML Ottenschlaeger, ...
New Phytologist 197 (3), 862-872, 2013
4802013
Non-structural carbohydrates in woody plants compared among laboratories
AG Quentin, EA Pinkard, MG Ryan, DT Tissue, LS Baggett, HD Adams, ...
Tree physiology 35 (11), 1146-1165, 2015
2552015
Testing the generality of above‐ground biomass allometry across plant functional types at the continent scale
KI Paul, SH Roxburgh, J Chave, JR England, A Zerihun, A Specht, ...
Global change biology 22 (6), 2106-2124, 2016
2092016
Tree size and climatic water deficit control root to shoot ratio in individual trees globally
A Ledo, KI Paul, DFRP Burslem, JJ Ewel, C Barton, M Battaglia, ...
New Phytologist 217 (1), 8-11, 2018
1542018
Effects of green pruning on growth and stem shape of Eucalyptus nitens (Deane and Maiden) Maiden
EA Pinkard, CL Beadle
New Forests 15, 107-126, 1998
1541998
Shifts in biomass and resource allocation patterns following defoliation in Eucalyptus globulus growing with varying water and nutrient supplies
A Eyles, EA Pinkard, C Mohammed
Tree physiology 29 (6), 753-764, 2009
1522009
Chlorophyll and nitrogen determination for plantation-grown Eucalyptus nitens and E. globulus using a non-destructive meter
EA Pinkard, V Patel, C Mohammed
Forest Ecology and Management 223 (1-3), 211-217, 2006
1462006
Crown and stand characteristics of Eucalyptus nitens in response to initial spacing: implications for thinning
EA Pinkard, WA Neilsen
Forest Ecology and Management 172 (2-3), 215-227, 2003
1352003
Co-ordination of growth, gas exchange and hydraulics define the carbon safety margin in tree species with contrasting drought strategies
PJ Mitchell, AP O'Grady, DT Tissue, D Worledge, EA Pinkard
Tree Physiology 34 (5), 443-458, 2014
1332014
Exposure of trees to drought‐induced die‐off is defined by a common climatic threshold across different vegetation types
PJ Mitchell, AP O'Grady, KR Hayes, EA Pinkard
Ecology and Evolution 4 (7), 1088-1101, 2014
1172014
Modeling the effect of physiological responses to green pruning on net biomass production of Eucalyptus nitens
EA Pinkard, M Battaglia, CL Beadle, PJ Sands
Tree physiology 19 (1), 1-12, 1999
1081999
Native forests and climate change: Lessons from eucalypts
TH Booth, LM Broadhurst, E Pinkard, SM Prober, SK Dillon, D Bush, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 347, 18-29, 2015
1052015
Effects of pattern and severity of pruning on growth and branch development of pre-canopy closure Eucalyptus nitens
EA Pinkard
Forest Ecology and Management 157 (1-3), 217-230, 2002
1002002
Aboveground biomass partitioning and crown architecture of Eucalyptus nitens following green pruning
EA Pinkard, CL Beadle
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28 (9), 1419-1428, 1998
1001998
Defoliation and nitrogen effects on photosynthesis and growth of Eucalyptus globulus
EA Pinkard, M Battaglia, CL Mohammed
Tree physiology 27 (7), 1053-1063, 2007
982007
Photosynthetic responses of Eucalyptus nitens (Deane and Maiden) Maiden to green pruning
EA Pinkard, CL Beadle, NJ Davidson, M Battaglia
Trees 12, 119-129, 1998
961998
An ecoclimatic framework for evaluating the resilience of vegetation to water deficit
PJ Mitchell, AP O'Grady, EA Pinkard, TJ Brodribb, SK Arndt, CJ Blackman, ...
Global Change Biology 22 (5), 1677-1689, 2016
902016
Photosynthesis of Eucalyptus globulus with Mycosphaerella leaf disease
EA Pinkard, CL Mohammed
New Phytologist 170 (1), 119-127, 2006
862006
Physiological and growth responses related to pattern and severity of green pruning in young Eucalyptus globulus
EA Pinkard
Forest Ecology and Management 182 (1-3), 231-245, 2003
862003
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