Guangyou Hao, Ph.D.

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2010 University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 
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Tropical Plant Ecophysiology, Functional Ecology
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Guillermo Goldstein grad student 2010 University of Miami
 (Water relations and carbon economy of hemiepiphytic and non-hemiepiphytic Ficus tree species in southwest China.)
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Zhang L, Chen Y, Hao G, et al. (2020) Conifer and broadleaved trees differ in branch allometry but maintain similar functional balances. Tree Physiology
Wang A, Hao G, Guo J, et al. (2020) Differentiation in Leaf Physiological Traits Related to Shade and Drought Tolerance Underlies Contrasting Adaptations of Two Cyclobalanopsis (Fagaceae) Species at the Seedling Stage Forests. 11: 844
Yang D, Wang A, Zhang J, et al. (2020) Variation in Stem Xylem Traits is Related to Differentiation of Upper Limits of Tree Species along an Elevational Gradient Forests. 11: 349
Li M, Fang L, Duan C, et al. (2020) Greater risk of hydraulic failure due to increased drought threatens pine plantations in Horqin Sandy Land of northern China Forest Ecology and Management. 461: 117980
Gong X, Guo J, Jiang D, et al. (2020) Contrasts in xylem hydraulics and water use underlie the sorting of different sand-fixing shrub species to early and late stages of dune stabilization Forest Ecology and Management. 457: 117705
Song L, Zhu J, Zheng X, et al. (2020) Transpiration and canopy conductance dynamics of Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica in its natural range and in an introduced region in the sandy plains of Northern China Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 281: 107830
Guo J, Gong X, Fang L, et al. (2020) Switching of dominant positions between two sand‐fixing shrub species during the dune revegetation process is underlain by their contrasting xylem hydraulics and water‐use strategies Land Degradation & Development. 31: 1195-1205
He P, Gleason SM, Wright IJ, et al. (2019) Growing-season temperature and precipitation are independent drivers of global variation in xylem hydraulic conductivity. Global Change Biology
Liu H, Gleason SM, Hao G, et al. (2019) Hydraulic traits are coordinated with maximum plant height at the global scale. Science Advances. 5: eaav1332
Yang D, Zhang YJ, Song J, et al. (2019) Compound leaves are associated with high hydraulic conductance and photosynthetic capacity: evidence from trees in Northeast China. Tree Physiology
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