Daniel M Johnson, Ph.D.

Forestry University of Georgia, Athens, Athens, GA, United States 
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Benson MC, Miniat CF, Oishi AC, et al. (2021) The xylem of anisohydric Quercus alba L. is more vulnerable to embolism than isohydric co-dominants. Plant, Cell & Environment
Trueba S, Théroux-Rancourt G, Earles JM, et al. (2021) The 3D construction of leaves is coordinated with water use efficiency in conifers. The New Phytologist
Domec JC, King JS, Carmichael MJ, et al. (2021) Root water gates and not changes in root structure provide new insights into plant physiological responses to drought, flooding and salinity. Journal of Experimental Botany
Baker KV, Tai X, Miller ML, et al. (2019) Six co-occurring conifer species in northern Idaho exhibit a continuum of hydraulic strategies during an extreme drought year. Aob Plants. 11: plz056
McCulloh KA, Domec JC, Johnson DM, et al. (2019) A dynamic yet vulnerable pipeline: Integration and coordination of hydraulic traits across whole plants. Plant, Cell & Environment
Knipfer T, Reyes C, Earles JM, et al. (2019) Spatiotemporal coupling of vessel cavitation and discharge of stored xylem water in a tree sapling. Plant Physiology
Schwantes AM, Parolari AJ, Swenson JJ, et al. (2018) Accounting for landscape heterogeneity improves spatial predictions of tree vulnerability to drought. The New Phytologist
Johnson DM, Domec JC, Berry ZC, et al. (2018) Co-occurring woody species have diverse hydraulic strategies and mortality rates during an extreme drought. Plant, Cell & Environment
Schwantes AM, Swenson JJ, González-Roglich M, et al. (2017) Measuring canopy loss and climatic thresholds from an extreme drought along a fivefold precipitation gradient across Texas. Global Change Biology
Johnson DM, Wortemann R, McCulloh KA, et al. (2016) A test of the hydraulic vulnerability segmentation hypothesis in angiosperm and conifer tree species. Tree Physiology
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