A few new papers have come out recently, on the sites of evaporation, modeling stomatal conductance, the Kok effect, leaf hydraulics and LMA. See below! Most of these papers are posted on ResearchGate or directly from the publisher.
Buckley TN, Scoffoni C, John G, Sack L (2017) The sites of evaporation within leaves. Plant Physiology 173:1763-1782
Buckley TN (2017) Update review: Modeling stomatal conductance. Plant Physiology 174:572-582
Bellasio C, Quirk J, Buckley TN, Beerling DJ (2017) A dynamic hydro-mechanical and biochemical model of stomatal conductance for C4 photosynthesis. Plant Physiology (in press)
Tcherkez G, Gauthier P, Buckley TN, Busch FA, Barbour MM, Bruhn D, Heskel MA, Gong XY, Crous K, Griffin KL, Way DA, Turnbull MH, Adams MA, Atkin OA, Bender M, Farquhar GD, Cornic G (2017) Tracking the origins of the Kok effect, 70 years after its discovery. New Phytologist 214:506-510
Scoffoni C, Albuquerque C, Brodersen CR, Townes SV, John GP, Bartlett MK, Buckley TN, McElrone AJ, Sack L (2017) Outside-xylem pathways, not xylem embolism, drive leaf hydraulic decline with dehydration. Plant Physiology 173:1197-1210
John GP, Scoffoni C, Buckley TN, Villar R, Poorter H, Sack L (2017) The anatomical and compositional basis of leaf mass per area. Ecology Letters 20:412-425
Scoffoni C, Albuquerque C, Brodersen CR, Townes SV, John GP, Cochard H, Buckley TN, McElrone AJ, Sack L (2017) Leaf vein xylem conduit diameter influences susceptibility to embolism and hydraulic decline. New Phytologist 213:1076-1092