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Christine Scoffoni
Leaf hydraulics, venation, physiology & evolution. Assistant Professor of Plant Biology
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José M. Torres-Ruiz 15h
📢 The 4th International meeting report is now published in 📰Your can take a look at it here ->
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Christine Scoffoni Oct 8
Replying to @Prof_Margaret @waikato
Congratulations Margaret! Sounds like an exciting move!
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Jennifer Funk Oct 6
Chapman University is hiring an Assistant Professor in Environmental Science & Policy. Please spread the word!
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Joseph Zailaa Oct 3
Our abstract for 2019 meeting got accepted on the contrasting physiological responses to drought in Asian and African rice! Find our poster at session number B31F: Agricultural Sustainability, December 11 from 8 am to 12:20 pm.
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Christine Scoffoni Sep 27
Replying to @MaxLarter
cool! Were more angiosperm species shown to have minor vein collapsing? Any collapse before tlp?
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Giai Petit Sep 27
Great days at with great people and great science! This is all of us! Thank you all for coming! See you at
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Christine Scoffoni Sep 26
I am guessing this is looking at root xylem vulnerability and not root vulnerability (which include outside xylem pathways)?
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Tom Buckley Sep 25
Happy to see Tim and his accomplishments highlighted. Real nice guy, yet not afraid to challenge orthodoxy. Tim's work (and that of his lab and former students) occupies an important and too-often overlooked space bridging MCB and ecology. More Tims, please.
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Barack Obama Sep 17
Just 16, is already one of our planet’s greatest advocates. Recognizing that her generation will bear the brunt of climate change, she’s unafraid to push for real action. She embodies our vision at the : A future shaped by young leaders like her.
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Constantin Zohner Sep 11
Humans cheat with calendars to know what time of the year it is, but how do plants know? In this paper we tested whether use temperature or humidity to predict the arrival of spring.
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Nathan Kraft Aug 29
Ecologist and botanists: my department is looking to hire top-notch plant ecologist at either the assistant (tenure-track) or associate (tenured) professor level. Files are due Oct 15, details here: Please share widely- help us find a fantastic colleague!
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WWF UK Aug 21
There was worldwide outcry when the Notre Dame cathedral was on fire. Why is there not the same level of outrage for the fires destroying the ?
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Hervé Cochard Aug 13
Ph.D. student researching moment when droughts kill trees
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Christine Scoffoni Aug 9
Replying to @celiamrd @IRNAS_CSIC
felicitaciones Celia!!!
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Marcos Vergara Aug 8
Please kindly donate to who are doing a titanic effort to help these beautiful hardworking families.
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The New York Times Aug 8
Breaking News: Climate change is threatening the world's food supply, the United Nations warned, and the window to address that threat is closing rapidly.
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Kate Johnson Aug 6
As I now have twitter, I can proudly post about my work from my honours year! This is my first, first author paper, which is on the recovery of wheat after drought-induced xylem embolism! 💧🌾
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Caroline Chen Aug 4
*deep breath* So let's talk about mental health. Warning: long thread Also: real academic research ahead
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Plantae Aug 1
A stomatal safety-efficiency trade-off constrains responses to leaf dehydration (Henry et al., 2019): Stomatal function is constrained by a safety-efficiency trade-off... 🌿 🔬
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Lawren Sack Lab Jul 30
Stomatal safety-efficiency trade-off: species with greater maximum stomatal opening close them sooner during drought
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