Robert Teskey
Robert Teskey
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Responses of tree species to heat waves and extreme heat events
R Teskey, T Wertin, I Bauweraerts, M Ameye, MA McGuire, K Steppe
Plant, cell & environment 38 (9), 1699-1712, 2015
Origin, fate and significance of CO2 in tree stems
RO Teskey, A Saveyn, K Steppe, MA McGuire
New Phytologist 177 (1), 17-32, 2008
A comparison of sap flux density using thermal dissipation, heat pulse velocity and heat field deformation methods
K Steppe, DJW De Pauw, TM Doody, RO Teskey
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 150 (7-8), 1046-1056, 2010
Increase in leaf temperature opens stomata and decouples net photosynthesis from stomatal conductance in Pinus taeda and Populus deltoides x nigra
J Urban, MW Ingwers, MA McGuire, RO Teskey
Journal of experimental botany 68 (7), 1757-1767, 2017
Dynamics of canopy structure and light interception in Pinus elliottii stands, North Florida
HL Gholz, SA Vogel, WP Cropper Jr, K McKelvey, KC Ewel, RO Teskey, ...
Ecological Monographs 61 (1), 33-51, 1991
Influence of temperature and water potential on root growth of white oak
RO Teskey, TM Hinckley
Physiologia plantarum 52 (3), 363-369, 1981
Assessing variation in the radial profile of sap flux density in Pinus species and its effect on daily water use
CR Ford, MA McGuire, RJ Mitchell, RO Teskey
Tree physiology 24 (3), 241-249, 2004
Stomatal conductance increases with rising temperature
J Urban, M Ingwers, MA McGuire, RO Teskey
Plant signaling & behavior 12 (8), e1356534, 2017
Physiology and genetics of tree growth response to moisture and temperature stress: an examination of the characteristics of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.)
RO Teskey, BC Bongarten, BM Cregg, PM Dougherty, TC Hennessey
Tree Physiology 3 (1), 41-61, 1987
Process models as tools in forestry research and management
K Johnsen, L Samuelson, R Teskey, S McNulty, T Fox
Forest Science 47 (1), 2-8, 2001
Periodic root and shoot growth in oak
PB Reich, RO Teskey, PS Johnson, TM Hinckley
Forest science 26 (4), 590-598, 1980
Diurnal and seasonal variability in the radial distribution of sap flow: predicting total stem flow in Pinus taeda trees
CR Ford, CE Goranson, RJ Mitchell, RE Will, RO Teskey
Tree physiology 24 (9), 951-960, 2004
Carbon dioxide transport inxylem causes errors in estimation of rates of respiration in stemsand branches of trees
RO Teskey, MA McGuire
Plant, Cell & Environment 25 (11), 1571-1577, 2002
Stomatal and nonstomatal limitations to net photosynthesis in Pinus taeda L. under different environmental conditions
RO Teskey, JA Fites, LJ Samuelson, BC Bongarten
Tree physiology 2 (1-2-3), 131-142, 1986
Root‐derived CO2 efflux via xylem stream rivals soil CO2 efflux
DP Aubrey, RO Teskey
New Phytologist 184 (1), 35-40, 2009
Transport of root‐respired CO2 via the transpiration stream affects aboveground carbon assimilation and CO2 efflux in trees
J Bloemen, MA McGuire, DP Aubrey, RO Teskey, K Steppe
New Phytologist 197 (2), 555-565, 2013
Dry weight partitioning and its relationship to productivity in loblolly pine seedlings from seven sources
BC Bongarten, RO Teskey
Forest Science 33 (2), 255-267, 1987
Meeting global policy commitments: carbon sequestration and southern pine forests
KH Johnsen, D Wear, R Oren, RO Teskey, F Sanchez, R Will, J Butnor, ...
Journal of Forestry 99 (4), 14-21, 2001
The effect of induced heat waves on Pinus taeda and Quercus rubra seedlings in ambient and elevated CO2 atmospheres
M Ameye, TM Wertin, I Bauweraerts, MA McGuire, RO Teskey, K Steppe
New Phytologist 196 (2), 448-461, 2012
Estimating stem respiration in trees by a mass balance approach that accounts for internal and external fluxes of CO2
MA McGuire, RO Teskey
Tree Physiology 24 (5), 571-578, 2004
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