Johnson DM, Brodersen CR, Reed M, Domec J-C and RB Jackson. 2014. Contrasting hydraulic architecture and function in deep and shallow roots of two co-occurring tree species from an arid habitat. Annals of Botany 113: 617-627.
McCulloh KA, Johnson DM, Meinzer FC and DR Woodruff. 2014. The dynamic pipeline: Hydraulic capacitance and xylem hydraulic safety in four tall conifer species. Plant, Cell and Environment 37: 1171-1183.
Johnson DM, Domec- J-C, Woodruff, DR, McCulloh KA and FC Meinzer. 2013. Contrasting hydraulic strategies in two tropical lianas and their host trees. American Journal of
Johnson DM, McCulloh KA, Woodruff DR and FC Meinzer. 2012. Hydraulic safety margins and embolism reversal in stems and leaves: why are conifers and angiosperms so different? Plant Science 195:48-53.
Johnson DM, McCulloh KA, Meinzer FC and Woodruff DR. 2012. Evidence for leaf xylem embolism as a primary factor in dehydration-induced declines in leaf hydraulic conductance. Plant, Cell and Environment 35:760-769.
McCulloh KA, Johnson DM, Meinzer FC, Voelker SL, Lachenbruch B, and J-C Domec. 2012. Hydraulic architecture of two species differing in wood density: opposing strategies in co-occurring tropical pioneer trees. Plant, Cell and Environment 35:116-125.
Johnson DM, McCulloh KA, Meinzer FC, Woodruff DR, and DM Eissenstat. 2011. Hydraulic patterns and safety margins, from stem to stomata, in three eastern US tree species. Tree Physiology 31:659-668.
Daniel Johnson, Ph.D.
Department of Forest, Rangeland and Fire Sciences
University of Idaho
111 Perimeter Drive MS 1133
Moscow, Idaho 11111-1133
- Ph.D. Plant Physiological Ecology (Biology Department), 2006, Wake Forest University
- M.S. Forestry, 1999, North Carolina State University
- B.S. Biochemistry, 1996, North Carolina State University
Plant Physiological Ecology
Plant Functional Anatomy
Drought and Climate Change