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Diurnal dynamics of water transport, storage and hydraulic conductivity in pine trees under seasonal drought
iForest : Biogeosciences and Forestry
The temporal dynamics of water transport and storage in plants have major implications for plant functioning and survival. In trees, stress on the conductive tissue can be moderated by water storage. Yet, trees can survive high percent loss of conductivity (PLC, up to 80%), suggesting efficient recovery. We assess the role of tree water storage and PLC recovery based on simultaneous measurements of leaf transpiration, branch hydraulic conductivity, and stem sap-flow from different seasons indoi:10.3832/ifor2046-009 fatcat:gohhr5qb7jc2lcterxuuqvktfm