Mark E. De Guzman
Mark E. De Guzman
Oregon State University
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Multiple strategies for drought survival among woody plant species
AL Pivovaroff, SC Pasquini, ME De Guzman, KP Alstad, JS Stemke, ...
Functional Ecology 30 (4), 517-526, 2016
Coordination and trade‐offs among hydraulic safety, efficiency and drought avoidance traits in Amazonian rainforest canopy tree species
LS Santiago, ME De Guzman, C Baraloto, JE Vogenberg, M Brodie, ...
New Phytologist 218 (3), 1015-1024, 2018
Xylem vulnerability to cavitation can be accurately characterised in species with long vessels using a centrifuge method
MF Tobin, RB Pratt, AL Jacobsen, ME De Guzman
Plant Biology 15 (3), 496-504, 2013
Trade-offs between water transport capacity and drought resistance in neotropical canopy liana and tree species
ME De Guzman, LS Santiago, SA Schnitzer, L Álvarez-Cansino
Tree physiology 37 (10), 1404-1414, 2017
Drought survival strategies of tropical trees
LS Santiago, D Bonal, MED Guzman, E Ávila-Lovera
Tropical tree physiology, 243-258, 2016
Trade-offs among transport, support, and storage in xylem from shrubs in a semiarid chaparral environment tested with structural equation modeling
RB Pratt, AL Jacobsen, MI Percolla, ME De Guzman, CA Traugh, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (33), e2104336118, 2021
Physiological implications of the liana growth form
LS Santiago, SC Pasquini, ME De Guzman
Ecology of Lianas, 288-298, 2015
Soil biogeochemistry across Central and South American tropical dry forests
BG Waring, ME De Guzman, DV Du, JM Dupuy, M Gei, J Gutknecht, ...
Ecological Monographs 91 (3), e01453, 2021
Hydraulic traits of Neotropical canopy liana and tree species across a broad range of wood density: implications for predicting drought mortality with models
ME De Guzman, A Acosta-Rangel, K Winter, FC Meinzer, D Bonal, ...
Tree Physiology 41 (1), 24-34, 2021
Evaluation of leaf carbon isotopes and functional traits in avocado reveals water-use efficient cultivars
A Acosta-Rangel, E Ávila-Lovera, ME De Guzman, L Torres, R Haro, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 263, 60-66, 2018
Starch storage capacity of sapwood is related to dehydration avoidance during drought
RB Pratt, MF Tobin, AL Jacobsen, CA Traugh, ME De Guzman, CC Hayes, ...
American Journal of Botany 108 (1), 91-101, 2021
Plant hydraulic traits reveal islands as refugia from worsening drought
AR Ramirez, ME De Guzman, TE Dawson, DD Ackerly
Conservation Physiology 8 (1), coz115, 2020
A landscape‐scale framework to identify refugia from multiple stressors
IM Rojas, MK Jennings, E Conlisk, AD Syphard, J Mikesell, AM Kinoshita, ...
Conservation Biology 36 (1), e13834, 2022
Contrasting adaptation of xylem to dehydration in two Vitis vinifera L. sub-species
J Pouzoulet, AL Pivovaroff, ME de Guzman, PE Rolshausen, LS Santiago
Vitis 59 (2), 53-61, 2020
Tropical tree physiology
LS Santiago, D Bonal, ME De Guzman, E Ávila-Lovera, G Goldstein
Springer International Publishing, Cham 6, 299-315, 2016
Beneath the bark: assessing woody stem water and carbon fluxes and its prevalence across climates and the woody plant phylogeny
ZC Berry, E Ávila-Lovera, ME De Guzman, K O’Keefe, NC Emery
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 4, 675299, 2021
Integration of landscape-level remote sensing and tree-level ecophysiology reveals drought refugia for a rare endemic, bigcone Douglas-fir
A Post-Leon, M Dryak, E Zhu, M De Guzman, R Salladay, M Moritz, ...
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 166, 2022
ME De Guzman, A Acosta-Rangel, K Winter, FC Meinzer, D Bonal, ...
Predicting drought responses of tropical woody plants through coordination among drought survival traits
LS Santiago, A Acosta-Rangel, E Avila-Lovera, E Bucior, ME de Guzman, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, B53N-2593, 2019
Forest responses to climate change are predicted by acclimation of xylem hydraulics to urban heat islands.
H Prather, ME De Guzman, J Aldrich, CE Brase, S Herrejon Chavez, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, B51A-07, 2019
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