Thomas N. Buckley
Thomas N. Buckley
Department of Plant Sciences, UC Davis
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The control of stomata by water balance
TN Buckley
New phytologist 168 (2), 275-292, 2005
6262005
A hydromechanical and biochemical model of stomatal conductance
TN Buckley, KA Mott, GD Farquhar
Plant, Cell & Environment 26 (10), 1767-1785, 2003
3412003
Evidence for involvement of photosynthetic processes in the stomatal response to CO2
SM Messinger, TN Buckley, KA Mott
Plant Physiology 140 (2), 771-778, 2006
2442006
How does biomass distribution change with size and differ among species? An analysis for 1200 plant species from five continents
H Poorter, AM Jagodzinski, R Ruiz‐Peinado, S Kuyah, Y Luo, J Oleksyn, ...
New Phytologist 208 (3), 736-749, 2015
1872015
Patchy stomatal conductance: emergent collective behaviour of stomata
KA Mott, TN Buckley
Trends in plant science 5 (6), 258-262, 2000
1602000
Outside-xylem vulnerability, not xylem embolism, controls leaf hydraulic decline during dehydration
C Scoffoni, C Albuquerque, CR Brodersen, SV Townes, GP John, ...
Plant physiology 173 (2), 1197-1210, 2017
1332017
Modelling stomatal conductance in response to environmental factors
TN Buckley, KA Mott
Plant, cell & environment 36 (9), 1691-1699, 2013
1292013
Guard cell volume and pressure measured concurrently by confocal microscopy and the cell pressure probe
PJ Franks, TN Buckley, JC Shope, KA Mott
Plant physiology 125 (4), 1577-1584, 2001
1252001
Stomatal heterogeneity
KA Mott, TN Buckley
Journal of Experimental Botany, 407-417, 1998
1241998
Optimal stomatal control in relation to leaf area and nitrogen content
GD Farquhar, TN Buckley, JM Miller
Silva Fennica 36 (3), 625-637, 2002
1222002
How does leaf anatomy influence water transport outside the xylem?
TN Buckley, GP John, C Scoffoni, L Sack
Plant Physiology 168 (4), 1616-1635, 2015
1172015
Qualitative effects of patchy stomatal conductance distribution features on gas‐exchange calculations
TN Buckley, GD Farquhar, KA Mott
Plant, Cell & Environment 20 (7), 867-880, 1997
1011997
The contributions of apoplastic, symplastic and gas phase pathways for water transport outside the bundle sheath in leaves
TN Buckley
Plant, Cell & Environment 38 (1), 7-22, 2015
1002015
The role of bundle sheath extensions and life form in stomatal responses to leaf water status
TN Buckley, L Sack, ME Gilbert
Plant Physiology 156 (2), 962-973, 2011
972011
Most stomatal closure in woody species under moderate drought can be explained by stomatal responses to leaf turgor
CM Rodriguez‐Dominguez, TN Buckley, G Egea, A de Cires, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 39 (9), 2014-2026, 2016
932016
Modeling stomatal conductance
TN Buckley
Plant physiology 174 (2), 572-582, 2017
872017
Plant responses to rising vapor pressure deficit
C Grossiord, TN Buckley, LA Cernusak, KA Novick, B Poulter, ...
New Phytologist 226 (6), 1550-1566, 2020
852020
How do stomata respond to water status?
TN Buckley
New Phytologist 224 (1), 21-36, 2019
842019
Leaf day respiration: low CO2 flux but high significance for metabolism and carbon balance
G Tcherkez, P Gauthier, TN Buckley, FA Busch, MM Barbour, D Bruhn, ...
New Phytologist 216 (4), 986-1001, 2017
832017
What is NPP? Inconsistent accounting of respiratory fluxes in the definition of net primary production
SH Roxburgh, SL Berry, TN Buckley, B Barnes, ML Roderick
Functional Ecology 19 (3), 378-382, 2005
832005
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