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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Sean Michael Gleason
Water Management Systems Research
Plant Physiology

Phone: (970) 492-7411
Fax: (970) 492-7408
Room S-320

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

Projects
A Tool for Monitoring and Managing Water Stress in Corn
General Cooperative Agreement (A)
  Accession Number: 429293
Management Strategies to Sustain Irrigated Agriculture with Limited Water Supplies
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 422671

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Toward an index of desiccation times to tree mortality under drought -
Blackman, C.J., Pfautsch, S., Choat, B., Delzon, S., Gleason, S.M., Duursma, R.A. 2016. Toward an index of desiccation times to tree mortality under drought. Plant, Cell & Environment. doi:10.1111/pce.12758.
Response to Bittencourt et al (On xylem hydraulic efficiencies, wood space-use and the safety-efficiency tradeoff) -
Gleason, S.M., Westoby, M., Jansen, S., Choat, B., Brodribb, T.J., Cochard, H., Delzon, S., Hacke, U.G., Jacobsen, A.L., Johnson, D.M., Lens, F., Maherali, H., Martinez-Vilalta, J., Mayr, S., Mcculloh, K.A., Morris, H., Nardini, A., Plavcova, L., Pratt, R.B., Schreiber, S.G., Zanne, A.E. 2016. Response to Bittencourt et al (On xylem hydraulic efficiencies, wood space-use and the safety-efficiency tradeoff). New Phytologist. 211(4):1156-1158.
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.
Weak tradeoff between xylem safety and xylem-specific hydraulic efficiency across the world’s woody plant species -
Gleason, S.M., Westoby, M., Jansen, S., Choat, B., Hacke, U.G., Pratt, R.B., Bhaskar, R., Brodribb, T.J., Bucci, S.J., Cao, K., Cochard, H., Delzon, S., Domec, C., Fan, Z., Field, T.S., Jacobsen, A.L., Johnson, D.M., Lens, F., Maherali, H., Martinez-Vilalta, J., Mayr, S., Mcculloh, K.A., Mencuccin, M., Mitchell, P.J., Morris, H., Nardina, A., Pittermann, J., Plavoca, L., Schreiber, S.G., Sperry, J.S., Wright, I.J., Zanne, A.E. 2016. Weak tradeoff between xylem safety and xylem-specific hydraulic efficiency across the world’s woody plant species. New Phytologist. doi:10.1111/nph.13646.
Evolutionary outcomes should inform plant breeding and transgenic approaches to drought tolerance in crop species: the importance of xylem traits -
Gleason, S.M. 2015. Evolutionary outcomes should inform plant breeding and transgenic approaches to drought tolerance in crop species: the importance of xylem traits. Nature Plants. doi:10/1038/nplants.2015.114.
How well do plant hydraulic traits predict species’ distributions across the world -
Gleason, S.M., Blackman, C.J. 2015. How well do plant hydraulic traits predict species’ distributions across the world. American Society of Agronomy Meetings. 284-3.
Why aren’t more plant breeders and geneticists interested in xylem traits? -
Gleason, S.M. 2015. Why aren’t more plant breeders and geneticists interested in xylem traits?. American Society of Agronomy Meetings. Synergy in Science. 264:2.
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.
Weak coordination among petiole, leaf, vein, and gas-exchange traits across 41 Australian angiosperm species and its possible implications -
Gleason, S.M., Blackman, C.J., Chang, Y., Cook, A., Laws, C., Westoby, M. 2016. Weak coordination among petiole, leaf, vein, and gas-exchange traits across 41 Australian angiosperm species and its possible implications. Ecology and Evolution. Ecol Evol.2016 Jan; 6(1):267-278.
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.
Leaf hydraulic vulnerability to drought is linked to site water availability across a broad range of species and climates -
Blackman, C.J., Gleason, S.M., Chang, Y., Cook, A., Laws, C., Westoby, M. 2014. Leaf hydraulic vulnerability to drought is linked to site water availability across a broad range of species and climates. Annals Of Botany. doi: 10.1093/aob/mcu131.
Whole-plant capacitance, embolism resistance and slow transpiration rates all contribute to longer desiccation times in woody angiosperms from arid and wet habitats -
Gleason, S.M., Blackman, C.J., Cook, A.M., Laws, C.A., Westoby, M. 2014. Whole-plant capacitance, embolism resistance and slow transpiration rates all contribute to longer desiccation times in woody angiosperms from arid and wet habitats. Tree Physiology. 34(3):275-84.
Last Modified: 5/2/2016
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