Gas exchange and hydraulic properties in the crowns of two tree species in a Panamanian moist forest

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Hydraulic properties and gas exchange were measured in branches of two tropical tree species (Simarouba amara Aubl. and Tapirira guianensis Aubl.) in a moist lowland forest in Panama. Branch-level sapflow, leaf-level stomatal conductance, and water potential measurements, along with measurements of specific hydraulic conductivity of stems in crown tops… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s004680000077

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@article{Phillips2000GasEA, title={Gas exchange and hydraulic properties in the crowns of two tree species in a Panamanian moist forest}, author={Nathan Phillips and Barbara Bond and Michael G Ryan}, journal={Trees}, year={2000}, volume={15}, pages={123-130} }