Role of aquaporin activity in regulating deep and shallow root hydraulic conductance during extreme drought
Caves, Cavitation, Climate change, Embolism, Water potential
Trees - Structure and Function
Key message: Deep root hydraulic conductance is upregulated during severe drought and is associated with upregulation in aquaporin activity.
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Johnson, Daniel M.; Sherrard, Mark E.; Domec, Jean Christophe; and Jackson, Robert B., "Role of aquaporin activity in regulating deep and shallow root hydraulic conductance during extreme drought" (2014). Faculty Publications. 1360.