PUBLICATIONS

Knipfer T. Cuneo I.F., Earles J.M., Reyes C., Brodersen C.R., McElrone A.J. “Storage compartments for capillary water rarely refill in an intact woody plant.” Plant Physiology (2017). DOI: 10.1104/pp.17.01133

Wason J.W., Huggett B.H., Brodersen C.R. “MicroCT imaging as a tool to study vessel endings in situ.” American Journal of Botany (2017). DOI: 10.3732/ajb.1700199

Brodersen C.R., Knipfer T., McElrone A.J. “In vivo visualization of the final stages of xylem vessel refilling in grapevine (Vitis vinifera) stems.” New Phytologist (2017). DOI: 10.1111/nph.14811

Théroux-Rancourt G., Earles J.M., Gilbert M., Zwieniecki M.A., Boyce C.K., McElrone A.J., Brodersen C.R. The bias of a 2D view: Comparing 2D and 3D mesophyll surface area estimates using non-invasive imaging” New Phytologist. DOI: 10.1111/nph.14687

Earles J.M., G. Théroux-Rancourt, M.E. Gilbert, A.J. McElrone, and C.R. Brodersen. “Excess diffuse light absorption in the upper mesophyll limits CO2 drawdown and depresses photosynthesis.” Plant Physiology (In Press) DOI: http:/​/​dx.​doi.​org/​10.​1104/​pp.​17.​00223

Scoffoni, C., C. Albuquerque, C.R. Brodersen, S.V. Townes, G.P. John, H. Cochard, T.N. Buckley, A.J. McElrone, and L. Sack. “Leaf vein xylem conduit diameter influences susceptibility to embolism and hydraulic decline.” New Phytologist 213.3 (2017): 1076-1092. DOI: 10.1111/nph.14256

Scoffoni, C., C. Albuquerque, C. Brodersen, S. V. Townes, G. P. John, M. K. Bartlett, T. N. Buckley, A. J. McElrone, and L. Sack. “Outside-xylem vulnerability, not xylem embolism, controls leaf hydraulic decline during dehydration.” Plant Physiology 173.2 (2017): 1197-1210. DOI: 10.1104/pp.16.01643

Hochberg, U., C. Albuquerque, S. Rachmilevitch, H. Cochard, R. David-Schwartz, C.R. Brodersen, A. McElrone, and C.W. Windt. “Grapevine petioles are more sensitive to drought induced embolism than stems: evidence from in vivo MRI and microcomputed tomography observations of hydraulic vulnerability segmentation.”Plant, Cell & Environment 39.9 (2016): 1886-1894. DOI: 10.1111/pce.12688

Sack, L., M.C. Ball, C. Brodersen, S.D. Davis, D.L. Des Marias, L.A. Donovan, T.J. Givnish, U.G. Hacke, T. Huxman, S. Jansen, A.L. Jacobsen, D.M. Johnson, G.W. Koch, C. Maurel, K.A. McCulloh, N.G. McDowell, A. McElrone, F.C. Meinzer, P.J. Melcher, G. North, M. Pellegrini, W.T. Pockman, R.B. Pratt, A. Sala, L.S. Santiago, J.A. Savage, C. Scoffoni, S. Sevanto, J. Sperry, S.D. Tyerman, D. Way, and N.M. Holbrook. “Plant hydraulics as a central hub integrating plant and ecosystem function: meeting report for ‘Emerging Frontiers in Plant Hydraulics’ (Washington, DC, May 2015).” Plant, Cell & Environment 39.9 (2016): 2085-2094. DOI: 10.1111/pce.12732

Roddy, A.B., C.R. Brodersen, and T.E. Dawson. “Hydraulic conductance and the maintenance of water balance in flowers.” Plant, Cell & Environment 39.10 (2016): 2123-2132. DOI: 10.1111/pce.12761

Cuneo, I.F., T.M. Knipfer, C.R. Brodersen, and A.J. McElrone. “Mechanical failure of fine root cortical cells initiates plant hydraulic decline during drought.” Plant Physiology 172.3 (2016): 1669-1678. DOI: 10.1104/pp.16.00923

Morris, H., C. Brodersen, F.W.M.R. Schwarze, and S. Jansen. “The Parenchyma of Secondary Xylem and Its Critical Role in Tree Defense against Fungal Decay in Relation to the CODIT Model.” Frontiers in Plant Science 7(2016): 1665. DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2016.01665

Knipfer, T., I.F. Cuneo, C.R. Brodersen, and A.J. McElrone. “In Situ Visualization of the Dynamics in Xylem Embolism Formation and Removal in the Absence of Root Pressure: A Study on Excised Grapevine Stems.”Plant Physiology 171.2 (2016): 1024-1036. DOI: 10.1104/pp.16.00136

Brodersen, C.R. “Finding support for theoretical tradeoffs in xylem structure and function.” New Phytologist209.1 (2016): 8-10. DOI: 10.1111/nph.13763

Etxeberria, E., P. Gonzalez, A.F. Borges, and C. Brodersen. “The use of laser light to enhance the uptake of foliar-applied substances into citrus (Citrus sinensis) leaves.” Applications in Plant Sciences 4.1 (2016): 1500106. DOI: 10.3732/apps.1500106

Earles, J.M., O. Sperling, L.C.R. Silva, A.J. McElrone, C.R. Brodersen, M.P. North, and M.A. Zwieniecki. “Bark water uptake promotes localized hydraulic recovery in coastal redwood crown.” Plant, Cell & Environment39.2 (2016): 320-328. DOI: 10.1111/pce.12612

Brodersen, C.R., C. Rico, O. Guenni, and J. Pittermann. “Embolism spread in the primary xylem of Polystichum munitum: implications for water transport during seasonal drought.” Plant, Cell & Environment39.2 (2016): 338-346. DOI: 10.1111/pce.12618

Brodersen, C.R. and A.B. Roddy. “New frontiers in the three-dimensional visualization of plant structure and function.” American Journal of Botany 103.2 (2016): 184-188. DOI: 10.3732/ajb.1500532

Knipfer, T., C.R. Brodersen, A. Zedan, D.A. Kluepfel, and A.J. McElrone. “Patterns of drought-induced embolism formation and spread in living walnut saplings visualized using X-ray microtomography.” Tree Physiology 35.7 (2015): 744-755. DOI: 10.1093/treephys/tpv040

Torres-Ruiz, J.M., S. Jansen, B. Choat, A.J. McElrone, H. Cochard, T.J. Brodribb, E. Badel, R. Burlett, P.S. Bouche, C.R. Brodersen, S. Li, H. Morris, and S. Delzon. “Direct X-Ray Microtomography Observation Confirms the Induction of Embolism upon Xylem Cutting under Tension.” Plant Physiology 167.1 (2015): 40-43. DOI: 10.1104/pp.114.249706

Choat, B., C.R. Brodersen, and A.J. McElrone. “Synchrotron X-ray microtomography of xylem embolism in Sequoia sempervirens saplings during cycles of drought and recovery.” New Phytologist 205.3 (2015): 1095-1105. DOI: 10.1111/nph.13110

Knipfer, T., A. Eustis, C. Brodersen, A.M. Walker, and A.J. McElrone. “Grapevine species from varied native habitats exhibit differences in embolism formation/repair associated with leaf gas exchange and root pressure.” Plant, Cell & Environment 38.8 (2015): 1503-1513. DOI: 10.1111/pce.12497

Pittermann, J., J.E. Watkins, K.L.Cary, E. Schuettpelz, C. Brodersen, A.R. Smith, and A. Baer. “The Structure and Function of Xylem in Seed-Free Vascular Plants: An Evolutionary Perspective.” Functional and Ecological Xylem Anatomy. Ed. U.G. Hacke. Springer International Publishing, 2015. 1-37. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-15783-2_1

Exteberria, E., P. Gonzalez, and C. Brodersen. “Evidence for alternative pathways of CLas movement in citrus trees.” Journal of the Florida State Horticultural Society (2015).

Johnson, D.M., C.R. Brodersen, M. Reed, J.C. Domec, and R.B. Jackson. “Contrasting hydraulic architecture and function in deep and shallow roots of tree species from a semi-arid habitat.” Annals of Botany 113.4(2014): 617-627. DOI: 10.1093/aob/mct294

Brodersen, C., S. Jansen, B. Choat, C. Rico, and J. Pittermann. “Cavitation Resistance in Seedless Vascular Plants: The Structure and Function of Interconduit Pit Membranes.” Plant Physiology 165.2 (2014): 895-904. DOI: 10.1104/pp.113.226522

Brodersen, C., C. Narciso, M. Reed, and E. Etxeberria. “Phloem production in Huanglongbing-affected citrus trees.” HortScience 49.1 (2014): 59-64. Link

Lee, E.F., M.A. Matthews, A.J. McElrone, R.J. Phillips, K.A. Shackel, and C.R. Brodersen. “Analysis of HRCT-derived xylem network reveals reverse flow in some vessels.” Journal of Theoretical Biology 333 (2013): 146-155. DOI: 10.1016/j.jtbi.2013.05.021

Brodersen, C.R. “Visualizing water transport in roots: advanced imaging tools for an expanding field.” Plant and Soil 366.1 (2013): 29-32. DOI: 10.1007/s11104-013-1657-5

Brodersen, C.R., B. Choat, D.S. Chatelet, K.A. Shackel, M.A. Matthews, and A.J. McElrone. “Xylem vessel relays contribute to radial connectivity in grapevine stems (Vitis vinifera and V. arizonica; Vitaceae).” American Journal of Botany 100.2 (2013): 314-321. DOI: 10.3732/ajb.1100606

Pittermann, J., C. Brodersen, and J.E. Watkins. “The physiological resilience of fern sporophytes and gametophytes: advances in water relations offer new insights into an old lineage.” Frontiers in Plant Science 4(2013): 285. DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00285

Brodersen, C.R., A.J. McElrone, B. Choat, E.F. Lee, K.A. Shackel, and M.A. Matthews. “In vivo visualizations of drought-induced embolism spread in Vitus vinifera.” Plant Physiology 161.4 (2013): 1820-1829. DOI: 10.1104/pp.112.212712

Brodersen, C.R. and A.J. McElrone. “Maintenance of xylem network transport capacity: a review of embolism repair in vascular plants.” Frontiers in Plant Science 4 (2013): 108. DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00108

McElrone, A.J., B. Choat, D.Y. Parkinson, A.A. MacDowell, and C.R. Brodersen. “Using high resolution computed tomography to visualize the three dimensional structure and function of plant vasculature.”Journal of Visualized Experiments 74 (2013): e50162. DOI: 10.3791/50162

Brodersen, C.R. “Visualizing wood anatomy in three dimensions with high-resolution X-ray micro-tomography (μCT) – a review.” IAWA Journal 34.4 (2013): 408-424. DOI: 10.1163/22941932-00000033

McElrone, A.J., B. Choat, G.A. Gambetta, and C.R. Brodersen. “Water Uptake and Transport in Vascular Plants.” Nature Education Knowledge 4.5 (2013): 6. Link

MacDowell, A.A., D.Y. Parkinson, A. Haboub, E. Schaible, J.R. Nasiatka, C.A. Yee, J.R. Jameson, J.B. Ajo-Franklin, C.R. Brodersen, and A.J. McElrone. “X-ray micro-tomography at the Advanced Light Source.” Proceedings of SPIE vol. 8506 Proceedings of SPIE, October 2012. DOI: 10.1117/12.930243

McElrone, A.J., C.R. Brodersen, M.M. Alsina, W.M. Drayton, M.A. Matthews, K.A. Shackel, H. Wada, V. Zufferey, and B. Choat. “Centrifuge technique consistently overestimates vulnerability to water stress-induced cavitation in grapevines as confirmed with high-resolution computed tomography.” New Phytologist 196.3(2012): 661-665. DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2012.04244.x

Brodersen, C.R., L.C. Roark, and J. Pittermann. “The physiological implications of primary xylem organization in two ferns.” Plant, Cell & Environment 35.11 (2012): 1989-1911. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3040.2012.02524.x

Brodersen, C.R., E.F. Lee, B. Choate, S. Jansen, R.J. Phillips, K.A. Shackel, A.J. McElrone, and M.A. Matthews.“Automated analysis of three-dimensional xylem networks using high-resolution computed tomography.”New Phytologist 191.4 (2011): 1168-1179. DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2011.03754.x

Gorton, H.L., C.R. Brodersen, W.E. Williams, and T.C. Vogelmann. “Measurement of the Optical Properties of Leaves Under Diffuse Light.” Photochemistry and Photobiology 86.5 (2010): 1076-1083. DOI: 10.1111/j.1751-1097.2010.00761.x

Choat, B., W.M. Drayton, C. Brodersen, M.A. Matthews, K.A. Shackel, H. Wada, and A.J. McElrone.“Measurement of vulnerability to water stress-induced cavitation in grapevine: a comparison of four techniques applied to a long-vesseled species.” Plant, Cell & Environment 33.9 (2010): 1502-1512. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3040.2010.02160.x

Brodersen, C.R., A.J. McElrone, B. Choat, M.A. Matthews, and K.A. Shackel. “The Dynamics of Embolism Repair in Xylem: In Vivo Visualizations using High-Resolution Computed Tomography.” Plant Physiology 154.3(2010): 1088-1095. DOI: 10.1104/pp.110.162396

Brodersen, C.R. and T.C. Vogelmann. “Do changes in light direction affect absorption profiles in leaves?.”Functional Plant Biology 37.5 (2010): 403-412. DOI: 10.1071/FP09262

Brodersen, C.R., T.C. Vogelmann, W.E. Williams, and H.L. Gorton. “A new paradigm in leaf-level photosynthesis: direct and diffuse lights are not equal.” Plant, Cell & Environment 31.1 (2008): 159-164. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3040.2007.01751.x

Brodersen, C., S. Lavergne, and J. Molofsky. “Genetic variation in photosynthetic characteristics among invasive and native populations of reed canarygrass (Phalaris arundinacea).” Biological Invasions 10.8 (2008): 1317-1325. DOI: 10.1007/s10530-007-9206-x

Brodersen, C.R. and T.C. Vogelmann. “Do epidermal lens cells facilitate the absorptance of diffuse light?.”American Journal of Botany 94.7 (2007): 1061-1066. DOI: 10.3732/ajb.94.7.1061

Brodersen, C.R., M.J. Germino, and W.K. Smith. “Photosynthesis during an Episodic Drought in Abies lasiocarpa and Picea engelmannii across an Alpine Treeline.” Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 38.1 (2006): 34-41. DOI: 10.1657/1523-0430(2006)038[0034:PDAEDI]2.0.CO;2

Johnson, D.M., W.K. Smith, T.C. Vogelmann, and C.R. Brodersen. “Leaf architecture and direction of incident light influence mesophyll fluorescence profiles.” American Journal of Botany 92.9 (2005): 1425-1431. DOI: 10.3732/ajb.92.9.1425

Smith, W.K., C.R. Brodersen, T.E. Hancock, and D.M. Johnson. “Integrated plant temperature measurement using heat-sensitive paint and colour image analysis.” Functional Ecology 18.1 (2004): 148-153. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2435.2004.00814.x