Axial and radial water transport and internal water storage in tropical forest canopy trees

@article{James2002AxialAR,
  title={Axial and radial water transport and internal water storage in tropical forest canopy trees},
  author={Shelley A. James and Frederick C Meinzer and G. Goldstein and David Woodruff and Timothy F. Jones and Teresa Garcia Restom and Monica A. Mejia and Michael J. Clearwater and Paula I. Campanello},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2002},
  volume={134},
  pages={37-45}
}
Heat and stable isotope tracers were used to study axial and radial water transport in relation to sapwood anatomical characteristics and internal water storage in four canopy tree species of a seasonally dry tropical forest in Panama. Anatomical characteristics of the wood and radial profiles of sap flow were measured at the base, upper trunk, and crown of a single individual of Anacardium excelsum, Ficus insipida, Schefflera morototoni, and Cordia alliodora during two consecutive dry seasons… CONTINUE READING
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