Publications by: Margaret M. Barbour

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Holloway-Phillips, Meisha, Cernusak, Lucas A., Barbour, Margaret, Song, Xin, Cheesman, Alexander, Munksgaard, Niels, Stuart-Williams, Hilary, and Farquhar, Graham D. (2016) Leaf vein fraction influences the Péclet effect and ¹⁸O enrichment in leaf water. Plant, Cell & Environment, 39 (11). pp. 2414-2427.

Cernusak, Lucas A., Barbour, Margaret M., Arndt, Stefan K., Cheesman, Alexander W., English, Nathan B., Feild, Taylor S., Helliker, Brent R., Holloway-Phillips, Meisha M., Holtum, Joseph A.M., Kahmen, Ansgar, McInerney, Francesca A., Munksgaard, Niels C., Simonin, Kevin A., Song, Xin, Stuart-Williams, Hilary, West, Jason B., and Farquhar, Graham D. (2016) Stable isotopes in leaf water of terrestrial plants. Plant, Cell & Environment, 39 (5). pp. 1087-1102.

Franks, Peter J., Adams, Mark A., Amthor, Jeffrey S., Barbour, Margaret M., Berry, Joseph A., Ellsworth, David S., Farquhar, Graham D., Ghannoum, Oula, Lloyd, Jon, McDowell, Nate, Norby, Richard J., Tissue, David T., and von Caemmerer, Susanne (2013) Sensitivity of plants to changing atmospheric CO2 concentration: from the geological past to the next century. New Phytologist, 197 (4). pp. 1077-1094.

Cernusak, Lucas A., Tcherkez, Guillaume, Keitel, Claudia, Cornwell, William K., Santiago, Louis S., Knohl, Alexander, Barbour, Margaret M., Williams, David G., Reich, Peter B., Ellsworth, David S., Dawson, Todd E., Griffiths, Howard G., Farquhar, Graham D., and Wright, Ian J. (2009) Why are non-photosynthetic tissues generally 13C enriched compared with leaves in C3 plants? Review and synthesis of current hypotheses. Functional Plant Biology, 36 (3). pp. 199-213.

Barbour, Margaret M, Cernusak, Lucas A., Whitehead, David, Griffin, Kevin L., Turnbull, Matthew H., Tissue, David T., and Farquhar, Graham D. (2005) Nocturnal stomatal conductance and implications for modelling δ18O of leaf-respired CO2 in temperate tree species. Functional Plant Biology, 32 (12). pp. 1107-1121.

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