Barbara J. Bond
Barbara J. Bond
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The hydraulic limitation hypothesis revisited
MG Ryan, N Phillips, BJ Bond
Plant, Cell & Environment 29 (3), 367-381, 2006
5382006
Evidence that hydraulic conductance limits photosynthesis in old Pinus ponderosa trees
RM Hubbard, BJ Bond, MG Ryan
Tree Physiology 19 (3), 165-172, 1999
4581999
13C content of ecosystem respiration is linked to precipitation and vapor pressure deficit
DR Bowling, NG McDowell, BJ Bond, BE Law, JR Ehleringer
Oecologia 131 (1), 113-124, 2002
3942002
Age-related changes in photosynthesis of woody plants
BJ Bond
Trends in plant science 5 (8), 349-353, 2000
3802000
Commentary: Carbon metabolism of the terrestrial biosphere: A multitechnique approach for improved understanding
JG Canadell, HA Mooney, DD Baldocchi, JA Berry, JR Ehleringer, ...
Ecosystems 3 (2), 115-130, 2000
3562000
Reliance on stored water increases with tree size in three species in the Pacific Northwest
NG Phillips, MG Ryan, BJ Bond, NG McDowell, TM Hinckley, J Čermák
Tree Physiology 23 (4), 237-245, 2003
3442003
The relationship between tree height and leaf area: sapwood area ratio
N McDowell, H Barnard, B Bond, T Hinckley, R Hubbard, H Ishii, ...
Oecologia 132 (1), 12-20, 2002
3292002
Stomatal behavior of four woody species in relation to leaf-specific hydraulic conductance and threshold water potential
BJ Bond, KL Kavanagh
Tree Physiology 19 (8), 503-510, 1999
2701999
Long‐term changes in dissolved oxygen concentrations in the ocean caused by protracted global warming
RJ Matear, AC Hirst
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 17 (4), 2003
2602003
Does turgor limit growth in tall trees?
DR Woodruff, BJ Bond, FC Meinzer
Plant, Cell & Environment 27 (2), 229-236, 2004
2582004
Foliage physiology and biochemistry in response to light gradients in conifers with varying shade tolerance
BJ Bond, BT Farnsworth, RA Coulombe, WE Winner
Oecologia 120 (2), 183-192, 1999
2361999
An investigation of hydraulic limitation and compensation in large, old Douglas-fir trees
NG McDowell, N Phillips, C Lunch, BJ Bond, MG Ryan
Tree Physiology 22 (11), 763-774, 2002
2342002
Transpiration and whole-tree conductance in ponderosa pine trees of different heights
MG Ryan, BJ Bond, BE Law, RM Hubbard, D Woodruff, E Cienciala, ...
Oecologia 124 (4), 553-560, 2000
2292000
Shoot and root vulnerability to xylem cavitation in four populations of Douglas-fir seedlings
KL Kavanagh, BJ Bond, SN Aitken, BL Gartner, S Knowe
Tree Physiology 19 (1), 31-37, 1999
2091999
The importance of canopy structure in controlling the interception loss of rainfall: examples from a young and an old-growth Douglas-fir forest
TG Pypker, BJ Bond, TE Link, D Marks, MH Unsworth
Agricultural and forest Meteorology 130 (1-2), 113-129, 2005
1962005
Does water transport scale universally with tree size?
FC Meinzer, BJ Bond, JM Warren, DR Woodruff
Functional Ecology, 558-565, 2005
1892005
The zone of vegetation influence on baseflow revealed by diel patterns of streamflow and vegetation water use in a headwater basin
BJ Bond, JA Jones, G Moore, N Phillips, D Post, JJ McDonnell
Hydrological processes 16 (8), 1671-1677, 2002
1842002
Nonlinear modeling of mean flow redistribution in curved open channels
K Blanckaert, HJ de Vriend
Water Resources Research 39 (12), 2003
1832003
Canopy and hydraulic conductance in young, mature and old Douglas-fir trees
N Phillips, BJ Bond, NG McDowell, MG Ryan
Tree Physiology 22 (2-3), 205-211, 2002
1722002
Carbon isotope discrimination and growth response of old Pinus ponderosa trees to stand density reductions
N McDowell, JR Brooks, SA Fitzgerald, BJ Bond
Plant, Cell & Environment 26 (4), 631-644, 2003
1692003
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