Jose Luis Andrade
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Stem water storage and diurnal patterns of water use in tropical forest canopy trees
G Goldstein, JL Andrade, FC Meinzer, NM Holbrook, J Cavelier, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 21 (4), 397-406, 1998
Potential errors in measurement of nonuniform sap flow using heat dissipation probes
MJ Clearwater, FC Meinzer, JL Andrade, G Goldstein, NM Holbrook
Tree physiology 19 (10), 681-687, 1999
Partitioning of soil water among canopy trees in a seasonally dry tropical forest
FC Meinzer, JL Andrade, G Goldstein, NM Holbrook, J Cavelier, SJ Wright
Oecologia 121, 293-301, 1999
Regulation of water flux through tropical forest canopy trees: do universal rules apply?
FC Meinzer, G Goldstein, JL Andrade
Tree physiology 21 (1), 19-26, 2001
A roadmap for research on crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) to enhance sustainable food and bioenergy production in a hotter, drier world
X Yang, JC Cushman, AM Borland, EJ Edwards, SD Wullschleger, ...
New Phytologist 207 (3), 491-504, 2015
Multidimensional tropical forest recovery
L Poorter, D Craven, CC Jakovac, MT Van Der Sande, L Amissah, ...
Science 374 (6573), 1370-1376, 2021
Control of transpiration from the upper canopy of a tropical forest: the role of stomatal, boundary layer and hydraulic architecture components
FC Meinzer, JL Andrade, G Goldstein, NM Holbrook, J Cavelier, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 20 (10), 1242-1252, 1997
Regulation of water flux through trunks, branches, and leaves in trees of a lowland tropical forest
JL Andrade, FC Meinzer, G Goldstein, NM Holbrook, J Cavelier, ...
Oecologia 115, 463-471, 1998
Mucilage in cacti: its apoplastic capacitance, associated solutes, and influence on tissue 5
PS Nobel, J Cavelier, JL Andrade
Journal of Experimental Botany 43 (5), 641-648, 1992
Wet and dry tropical forests show opposite successional pathways in wood density but converge over time
L Poorter, DMA Rozendaal, F Bongers, JS de Almeida-Cortez, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (6), 928-934, 2019
Water uptake and transport in lianas and co-occurring trees of a seasonally dry tropical forest
JL Andrade, FC Meinzer, G Goldstein, SA Schnitzer
Trees 19, 282-289, 2005
Phenology of five tree species of a tropical dry forest in Yucatan, Mexico: effects of environmental and physiological factors
M Valdez-Hernández, JL Andrade, PC Jackson, M Rebolledo-Vieyra
Plant and soil 329, 155-171, 2010
Legume abundance along successional and rainfall gradients in Neotropical forests
M Gei, DMA Rozendaal, L Poorter, F Bongers, JI Sprent, MD Garner, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 2 (7), 1104-1111, 2018
Drought tolerance associated with vertical stratification of two co‐occurring epiphytic bromeliads in a tropical dry forest
EA Graham, JL Andrade
American journal of Botany 91 (5), 699-706, 2004
El metabolismo ácido de las crasuláceas: diversidad, fisiología ambiental y productividad
JL Andrade, E De la Barrera, CR García, MF Ricalde, GV Soto, ...
Boletín de la Sociedad Botánica de México, 37-50, 2007
Microhabitats and Water Relations of Epiphytic Cacti and Ferns in a Lowland Neotropical Forest1
JL Andrade, PS Nobel
Biotropica 29 (3), 261-270, 1997
Differences in water relations parameters for the chlorenchyma and the parenchyma of Opuntia ficus-indica under wet versus dry conditions
G Goldstein, JL Andrade, PS Nobel
Functional Plant Biology 18 (2), 95-107, 1991
La ecología y la fisiología de las epífitas y las hemiepífitas
G Zotz, JL Andrade
Ecología y conservación de bosques neotropicales 271, 296, 2002
Dew deposition on epiphytic bromeliad leaves: an important event in a Mexican tropical dry deciduous forest
JL Andrade
Journal of tropical ecology 19 (5), 479-488, 2003
Water relations of two co-occurring epiphytic bromeliads
G Zotz, JL Andrade
Journal of plant physiology 152 (4-5), 545-554, 1998
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