Rachel Spicer
Rachel Spicer
Associate Professor of Botany, Connecticut College
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Evolution of development of vascular cambia and secondary growth
R Spicer, A Groover
New Phytologist 186 (3), 577-592, 2010
An ecophysiological and developmental perspective on variation in vessel diameter
UG Hacke, R Spicer, SG Schreiber, L Plavcová
Plant, cell & environment 40 (6), 831-845, 2017
Symplasmic networks in secondary vascular tissues: parenchyma distribution and activity supporting long-distance transport
R Spicer
Journal of experimental botany 65 (7), 1829-1848, 2014
The effects of cambial age and position within the stem on specific conductivity in Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) sapwood
R Spicer, BL Gartner
Trees 15 (4), 222-229, 2001
Hydraulic properties of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) branches and branch halves with reference to compression wood
R Spicer, BL Gartner
Tree Physiology 18 (11), 777-784, 1998
Parenchyma cell respiration and survival in secondary xylem: does metabolic activity decline with cell age?
R Spicer, NM Holbrook
Plant, Cell & Environment 30 (8), 934-943, 2007
Within‐stem oxygen concentration and sap flow in four temperate tree species: does long‐lived xylem parenchyma experience hypoxia?
R Spicer, NM Holbrook
Plant, Cell & Environment 28 (2), 192-201, 2005
Senescence in secondary xylem: heartwood formation as an active developmental program
R Spicer
Vascular transport in plants, 457-475, 2005
Diversification and expression of the PIN, AUX/LAX, and ABCB families of putative auxin transporters in Populus
N Carraro, TE Tisdale-Orr, RM Clouse, AS Knöller, R Spicer
Frontiers in Plant Science 3, 17, 2012
Distribution and vitality of xylem rays in relation to tree leaf area in Douglas-fir
BL Gartner, DC Baker, R Spicer
Iawa Journal 21 (4), 389-401, 2000
How does a gymnosperm branch (Pseudotsuga menziesii) assume the hydraulic status of a main stem when it takes over as leader?
R Spicer, BL Gartner
Plant, Cell & Environment 21 (10), 1063-1070, 1998
Sinuous stem growth in a Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) plantation: growth patterns and wood-quality effects
R Spicer, BL Gartner, RL Darbyshire
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30 (5), 761-768, 2000
Effects of carbon dioxide and oxygen on sapwood respiration in five temperate tree species
R Spicer, NM Holbrook
Journal of experimental botany 58 (6), 1313-1320, 2007
Compression wood has little impact on the water relations of Douglas‐fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) seedlings despite a large effect on shoot hydraulic properties
R Spicer, BL Gartner
New Phytologist 154 (3), 633-640, 2002
Auxin-responsive DR5 promoter coupled with transport assays suggest separate but linked routes of auxin transport during woody stem development in Populus
R Spicer, T Tisdale-Orr, C Talavera
PLoS One 8 (8), e72499, 2013
Polar auxin transport is implicated in vessel differentiation and spatial patterning during secondary growth in Populus
D Johnson, P Eckart, N Alsamadisi, H Noble, C Martin, R Spicer
American Journal of Botany 105 (2), 186-196, 2018
Effects of age-related increases in sapwood area, leaf area, and xylem conductivity on height-related hydraulic costs in two contrasting coniferous species
JC Domec, B Lachenbruch, ML Pruyn, R Spicer
Annals of Forest Science 69 (1), 17-27, 2012
The evolution of growth forms with expanded root and shoot parenchymatous storage is correlated across the eudicots
DJ Hearn, T Poulsen, R Spicer
International Journal of Plant Sciences 174 (7), 1049-1061, 2013
Xeromorphy increases in shoots of Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco seedlings with exposure to elevated temperature but not elevated CO2
D Olszyk, M Apple, B Gartner, R Spicer, C Wise, E Buckner, ...
Trees 19 (5), 552-563, 2005
Heartwood decay resistance by vertical and radial position in Douglas-fir trees from a young stand
BL Gartner, JJ Morrell, CM Freitag, R Spicer
Canadian journal of forest research 29 (12), 1993-1996, 1999
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