Inactive xylem can explain differences in calibration factors for thermal dissipation probe sap flow measurements.

@article{Paudel2013InactiveXC,
  title={Inactive xylem can explain differences in calibration factors for thermal dissipation probe sap flow measurements.},
  author={Indira Paudel and Tal Kanety and Shabtai Cohen},
  journal={Tree physiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 9},
  pages={986-1001}
}
Thermal dissipation probes (TDPs) were calibrated in three diffuse porous fruit trees and one ornamental species in the field by comparison with heat pulse probes (nectarine and persimmon), in a greenhouse on lysimeters (apple and persimmon) and in the laboratory by pushing water through cut branches (apple, Peltophorum and nectarine). Two operational methods were used: continuous (constant thermal dissipation, CTD) and discontinuous, or transient, heating (transient thermal dissipation, TTD… CONTINUE READING

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