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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Jason S Young
Water Management Systems Research
Biological Science Technician

Phone: (970) 492-7446
Fax: (970) 492-7408
Room S-320

2150 CENTER AVENUE
BLDG D, STE 320
FORT COLLINS , CO 80526


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Electron transport, pep carboxylase activity, and maximal net co2 assimilation exhibit coordinated and proportional decline with loss of hydraulic conductance during water stress in Zea mays -
Gleason, S.M., Wiggans, D.R., Bliss, C.A., Comas, L.H., Cooper, M.S., DeJonge, K.C., Young, J.S., Zhang, H. 2016. Electron transport, pep carboxylase activity, and maximal net co2 assimilation exhibit coordinated and proportional decline with loss of hydraulic conductance during water stress in Zea mays. American Society of Plant Biologists. 25th Western Photosynthesis Conference.
Physiological failures in Zea mays during water-stress: opportunities for improvement -
Gleason, S.M., Wiggans, D.R., Comas, L.H., DeJonge, K.C., Young, J.S., Zhang, H. 2015. Physiological failures in Zea mays during water-stress: opportunities for improvement. American Society of Agronomy Meetings. Synergy in Science. 129:2.
Adapting irrigation management to water scarcity: constraints of plant growth, hydraulics and carbon assimilation. -
Comas, L.H., Wiggans, D.R., Young, J.S., Gleason, S.M., Shaner, D.L. 2014. Adapting irrigation management to water scarcity: constraints of plant growth, hydraulics and carbon assimilation.. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts.
C3 versus C4 cavitation resistance and embolism repair under different levels of soil moisture availability -
Comas, L.H., Young, J.S., Mcelrone, A.J., Wiggans, D.R. 2013. C3 versus C4 cavitation resistance and embolism repair under different levels of soil moisture availability. Meeting Abstract. The 9th International Workshop on Sap Flow; Gent, Belgium; June 4-7, 2013
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