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Buckley, Thomas N.

 
 

Thomas N. Buckley, Assistant Professor of Biology

Recent Submissions

  • Phillips, Nathan G.; Buckley, Thomas N.; Tissue, David T. (Journal of Integrative Plant BiologyThis is the pre-peer reviewed version of the following article: Phillips, N. G., Buckley, T. N. and Tissue, D. T. "Capacity of Old Trees to Respond to Environmental Change." Journal of Integrative Plant Biology. 50 (2008): 1355–1364., which has been published in final form at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1744-7909.2008.00746.x/abstract. This article may be used for non-commercial purposes in accordance with Wiley Terms and Conditions for Self-Archiving.", 2008-11)
    Atmospheric carbon dioxide [CO2] has increased dramatically within the current life spans of long-lived trees and old forests. Consider that a 500-year-old tree in the early twenty-first century has spent 70% of its life ...
  • Buckley, Thomas N.; Turnbull, Tarryn L.; Pfautsch, Sebastian; Adams, Mark A. (Ecology and Evolution, 2011)
    We measured sap flux (S) and environmental variables in four monospecific stands of alpine ash (Eucalyptus delegatensis R. Baker, AA) and snowgum (E. pauciflora Sieb. ex Spreng., SG) in Australia’s Victorian Alps. Nocturnal ...
  • Buckley, Thomas N.; Gilbert, Matthew E.; Sack, Lawren (Plant Physiology, 2011)
    Bundle sheath extensions (BSEs) are key features of leaf structure with currently little-understood functions. To test the hypothesis that BSEs reduce the hydraulic resistance from the bundle sheath to the epidermis (rbe) ...
  • Buckley, Thomas N.; Roberts, David W. (Tree Physiology, 2006)
    Conventional wisdom holds that the ratio of leaf area to sapwood area (L/S) should decline during height (H) growth to maintain hydraulic homeostasis and prevent stomatal conductance (gs) from declining. We contend that ...