Anna L. Jacobsen
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Global convergence in the vulnerability of forests to drought
B Choat, S Jansen, TJ Brodribb, H Cochard, S Delzon, R Bhaskar, ...
Nature 491 (7426), 752-755, 2012
14382012
Do xylem fibers affect vessel cavitation resistance?
AL Jacobsen, FW Ewers, RB Pratt, WA Paddock, SD Davis
Plant physiology 139 (1), 546-556, 2005
3502005
Relationships among xylem transport, biomechanics and storage in stems and roots of nine Rhamnaceae species of the California chaparral
RB Pratt, AL Jacobsen, FW Ewers, SD Davis
New phytologist 174 (4), 787-798, 2007
2832007
Weak tradeoff between xylem safety and xylem-specific hydraulic efficiency across the world’s woody plant species
S Gleason, M Westoby, S Jansen, B Choat, U Hacke, RB Pratt, R Bhaskar, ...
New Phytologist 209, 123-136, 2016
2792016
Cavitation resistance among 26 chaparral species of southern California
AL Jacobsen, RB Pratt, FW Ewers, SD Davis
Ecological Monographs 77 (1), 99-115, 2007
2222007
Xylem density, biomechanics and anatomical traits correlate with water stress in 17 evergreen shrub species of the Mediterranean‐type climate region of South Africa
AL Jacobsen, L Agenbag, KJ Esler, RB Pratt, FW Ewers, SD Davis
Journal of Ecology 95 (1), 171-183, 2007
1692007
Towards understanding resprouting at the global scale
J Pausas, RB Pratt, J Keeley, A Jacobsen, A Ramirez, A Vilagrosa, ...
New Phytologist 209, 945-954, 2016
1092016
Cavitation resistance and seasonal hydraulics differ among three arid Californian plant communities
AL Jacobsen, RB Pratt, SD Davis, FW Ewers
Plant, Cell & Environment 30 (12), 1599-1609, 2007
1082007
Comparative community physiology: nonconvergence in water relations among three semi‐arid shrub communities
AL Jacobsen, RB Pratt, SD Davis, FW Ewers
New Phytologist 180 (1), 100-113, 2008
982008
Mortality of resprouting chaparral shrubs after a fire and during a record drought: physiological mechanisms and demographic consequences
RB Pratt, AL Jacobsen, AR Ramirez, AM Helms, CA Traugh, MF Tobin, ...
Global Change Biology 20 (3), 893–907, 2014
882014
No evidence for an open vessel effect in centrifuge‐based vulnerability curves of a long‐vesselled liana (Vitis vinifera)
AL Jacobsen, RB Pratt
New Phytologist 194 (4), 982-990, 2012
882012
A global analysis of xylem vessel length in woody plants
AL Jacobsen, RB Pratt, MF Tobin, UG Hacke, FW Ewers
American Journal of Botany 99 (10), 1583-1591, 2012
822012
The standard centrifuge method accurately measures vulnerability to cavitation curves of long-vesselled olive stems
UG Hacke, MD Venturas, ED MacKinnon, AL Jacobsen, JS Sperry, ...
New Phytologist 205, 116-127, 2015
802015
Linkage between water stress tolerance and life history type in seedlings of nine chaparral species (Rhamnaceae)
RB Pratt, AL Jacobsen, R Mohla, FW Ewers, SD Davis
Journal of Ecology 96 (6), 1252-1265, 2008
762008
Xylem function of arid‐land shrubs from California, USA: an ecological and evolutionary analysis
UG Hacke, AL Jacobsen, RB Pratt
Plant, Cell & Environment 32 (10), 1324-1333, 2009
722009
Life history type and water stress tolerance in nine California chaparral species (Rhamnaceae)
RB Pratt, AL Jacobsen, KA Golgotiu, JS Sperry, FW Ewers, SD Davis
Ecological Monographs 77 (2), 239-253, 2007
712007
Conflicting demands on angiosperm xylem: tradeoffs among storage, transport, and biomechanics
RB Pratt, AL Jacobsen
Plant, Cell & Environment 40, 897-913, 2017
622017
Excising stem samples under water at native tension does not induce xylem cavitation
MD Venturas, ED MacKinnon, AL Jacobsen, RB Pratt
Plant, Cell & Environment 38, 1060-1068, 2014
582014
Vessel redundancy: modeling safety in numbers
FW Ewers, JM Ewers, AL Jacobsen, J López-Portillo
IAWA Journal 28 (4), 373, 2007
582007
Mechanisms for tolerating freeze–thaw stress of two evergreen chaparral species: Rhus ovata and Malosma laurina (Anacardiaceae)
RB Pratt, FW Ewers, MC Lawson, AL Jacobsen, MM Brediger, SD Davis
American Journal of Botany 92 (7), 1102-1113, 2005
572005
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