Vulnerability to cavitation, hydraulic efficiency, growth and survival in an insular pine (Pinus canariensis).

@article{Lopz2013VulnerabilityTC,
  title={Vulnerability to cavitation, hydraulic efficiency, growth and survival in an insular pine (Pinus canariensis).},
  author={Rosana Lop{\'e}z and Unai L{\'o}pez de Heredia and Carmen Collada and Francisco Javier Cano and Brent C. Emerson and Herv{\'e} Cochard and Luis Gil},
  journal={Annals of botany},
  year={2013},
  volume={111 6},
  pages={1167-79}
}
BACKGROUND AND AIMS It is widely accepted that hydraulic failure due to xylem embolism is a key factor contributing to drought-induced mortality in trees. In the present study, an attempt is made to disentangle phenotypic plasticity from genetic variation in hydraulic traits across the entire distribution area of a tree species to detect adaptation to local environments. METHODS A series of traits related to hydraulics (vulnerability to cavitation and hydraulic conductivity in branches… CONTINUE READING
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