Andrea Nardini
Andrea Nardini
Professor of Plant Physiology, University of Trieste, Dept. Life Sciences
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Global convergence in the vulnerability of forests to drought
B Choat, S Jansen, TJ Brodribb, H Cochard, S Delzon, R Bhaskar, ...
Nature 491, 752-755, 2012
15052012
Refilling of embolized vessels in young stems of laurel. Do we need a new paradigm?
MT Tyree, S Salleo, A Nardini, MA Lo Gullo, R Mosca
Plant Physiology 120 (1), 11-22, 1999
3541999
Xylem cavitation and hydraulic control of stomatal conductance in Laurel (Laurus nobilis L.)
S Salleo, A Nardini, F Pitt, MA Lo Gullo
Plant, Cell & Environment 23 (1), 71-79, 2000
3352000
Limitation of stomatal conductance by hydraulic traits: sensing or preventing xylem cavitation?
A Nardini, S Salleo
Trees 15 (1), 14-24, 2000
3312000
Refilling embolized xylem conduits: is it a matter of phloem unloading?
A Nardini, MA Lo Gullo, S Salleo
Plant Science 180 (4), 604-611, 2011
3112011
Weak tradeoff between xylem safety and xylem‐specific hydraulic efficiency across the world's woody plant species
SM Gleason, M Westoby, S Jansen, B Choat, UG Hacke, RB Pratt, ...
New Phytologist 209, 123-136, 2016
3012016
New evidence for a role of vessel‐associated cells and phloem in the rapid xylem refilling of cavitated stems of Laurus nobilis L.
S Salleo, MA Lo Gullo, P Trifilo, A Nardini
Plant, Cell & Environment 27 (8), 1065-1076, 2004
2432004
Xylem cavitation in the leaf of Prunus laurocerasus and its impact on leaf hydraulics
A Nardini, MT Tyree, S Salleo
Plant Physiology 125 (4), 1700-1709, 2001
2422001
Hydraulic architecture of leaf blades: where is the main resistance?
H Cochard, A Nardini, L Coll
Plant, Cell & Environment 27 (10), 1257-1267, 2004
1892004
Starch-to-sugar conversion in wood parenchyma of field-growing Laurus nobilis plants: a component of the signal pathway for embolism repair?
S Salleo, P Trifilò, S Esposito, A Nardini, MA Lo Gullo
Functional Plant Biology 36 (9), 815-825, 2009
1662009
Stomatal closure is induced by hydraulic signals and maintained by ABA in drought-stressed grapevine
S Tombesi, A Nardini, T Frioni, M Soccolini, C Zadra, D Farinelli, S Poni, ...
Scientific Reports 5, 12449, 2015
1622015
Shoot desiccation and hydraulic failure in temperate woody angiosperms during an extreme summer drought
A Nardini, M Battistuzzo, T Savi
New Phytologist 200 (2), 322-329, 2013
1432013
Changes in root hydraulic conductance (KR) of Olea oleaster seedlings following drought stress and irrigation
MA Lo Gullo, A Nardini, S Salleo, MT Tyree
New Phytologist 140 (1), 25-31, 1998
1391998
Trade‐offs between leaf hydraulic capacity and drought vulnerability: morpho‐anatomical bases, carbon costs and ecological consequences
A Nardini, G Pedà, N La Rocca
New Phytologist 196, 788-798, 2012
1382012
Competitive strategies for water availability in two Mediterranean Quercus species
A Nardini, MA Lo Gullo, S Salleo
Plant, Cell & Environment 22 (1), 109-116, 1999
1361999
The dependence of leaf hydraulic conductance on irradiance during HPFM measurements: any role for stomatal response?
MT Tyree, A Nardini, S Salleo, L Sack, B El Omari
Journal of Experimental Botany 56 (412), 737-744, 2005
1352005
Circadian regulation of leaf hydraulic conductance in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L. cv Margot)
A Nardini, S Salleo, S Andri
Plant, Cell & Environment 28 (6), 750-759, 2005
1332005
Vulnerability to cavitation of leaf minor veins: any impact on leaf gas exchange?
S Salleo, MA Lo Gullo, F Raimondo, A Nardini
Plant, Cell & Environment 24 (8), 851-859, 2001
1282001
More than just a vulnerable pipeline: xylem physiology in the light of ion-mediated regulation of plant water transport
A Nardini, S Salleo, S Jansen
Journal of experimental botany 62 (14), 4701-4718, 2011
1242011
Root and shoot hydraulic conductance of seven Quercus species
A Nardini, MT Tyree
Annals of Forest Science 56 (5), 371-377, 1999
1211999
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