Tim Bleby
Tim Bleby
Adjunct Senior Lecturer, The University of Western Australia
Verified email at uwa.edu.au
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An improved heat pulse method to measure low and reverse rates of sap flow in woody plants
SSO Burgess, MA Adams, NC Turner, CR Beverly, CK Ong, AAH Khan, ...
Tree physiology 21 (9), 589-598, 2001
6652001
Water uptake and hydraulic redistribution across large woody root systems to 20 m depth
TM Bleby, AJ Mcelrone, RB Jackson
Plant, Cell & Environment 33 (12), 2132-2148, 2010
1492010
4 The Architecture of Plant Crowns: From Design Rules to
F Valladares, Niinemets
Functional plant ecology, 101, 2007
147*2007
Measurement of sap flow in roots of woody plants: a commentary
SSO Burgess, MA Adams, TM Bleby
Tree Physiology 20 (13), 909-913, 2000
1212000
Redistribution of soil water by lateral roots mediated by stem tissues
SSO Burgess, TM Bleby
Journal of Experimental Botany 57 (12), 3283-3291, 2006
1122006
A validation, comparison and error analysis of two heat-pulse methods for measuring sap flow in Eucalyptus marginata saplings
TM Bleby, SSO Burgess, MA Adams
Functional Plant Biology 31 (6), 645-658, 2004
962004
Emissions of isoprene, monoterpene and short-chained carbonyl compounds from Eucalyptus spp. in southern Australia
AJ Winters, MA Adams, TM Bleby, H Rennenberg, D Steigner, ...
Atmospheric Environment 43 (19), 3035-3043, 2009
872009
Sap flow measurements reveal influence of temperature and stand structure on water use of Eucalyptus regnans forests
S Pfautsch, TM Bleby, H Rennenberg, MA Adams
Forest Ecology and Management 259 (6), 1190-1199, 2010
772010
Spatial analysis of fine root distribution on a recently constructed ecosystem in a water-limited environment
W Gwenzi, EJ Veneklaas, KW Holmes, TM Bleby, IR Phillips, C Hinz
Plant and Soil 344 (1), 255-272, 2011
692011
Water and nutrient dynamics in surface roots and soils are not modified by short-term flooding of phreatophytic plants in a hyperarid desert
F Zeng, TM Bleby, PA Landman, MA Adams, SK Arndt
Plant and Soil 279 (1), 129-139, 2006
672006
Quercitol and osmotic adaptation of field‐grown Eucalyptus under seasonal drought stress
SK Arndt, SJ Livesley, A Merchant, TM Bleby, PF Grierson
Plant, cell & environment 31 (7), 915-924, 2008
602008
Morphologies and elemental compositions of calcium crystals in phyllodes and branchlets of Acacia robeorum (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae)
H He, TM Bleby, EJ Veneklaas, H Lambers, J Kuo
Annals of Botany 109 (5), 887-896, 2012
592012
The effect of hydraulic lift on organic matter decomposition, soil nitrogen cycling, and nitrogen acquisition by a grass species
C Armas, JH Kim, TM Bleby, RB Jackson
Oecologia 168 (1), 11-22, 2012
572012
Structure and function of root systems
RB Jackson, WT Pockman, WA Hoffmann, TM Bleby, C Armas
Functional plant ecology, 151-174, 2007
512007
Seasonal water use characteristics of tall wheatgrass [Agropyron elongatum (Host) Beauv.] in a saline environment
TM Bleby, M Aucote, AK Kennett‐Smith, GR Walker, DP Schachtman
Plant, Cell & Environment 20 (11), 1361-1371, 1997
501997
Evaluation of sap flow methods to determine water use by cultivated palms
WS Madurapperuma, TM Bleby, SSO Burgess
Environmental and Experimental Botany 66 (3), 372-380, 2009
472009
Changes in gas exchange versus leaf solutes as a means to cope with summer drought in Eucalyptus marginata
CR Warren, T Bleby, MA Adams
Oecologia 154 (1), 1, 2007
442007
Precipitation of calcium, magnesium, strontium and barium in tissues of four Acacia species (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae)
H He, TM Bleby, EJ Veneklaas, H Lambers, J Kuo
PLoS one 7 (7), e41563, 2012
372012
Dinitrogen‐fixing Acacia species from phosphorus‐impoverished soils resorb leaf phosphorus efficiently
H He, TM Bleby, EJ Veneklaas, H Lambers
Plant, cell & environment 34 (12), 2060-2070, 2011
242011
Hydraulic traits and water use of Eucalyptus on restored versus natural sites in a seasonally dry forest in southwestern Australia
TM Bleby, IJ Colquhoun, MA Adams
Forest ecology and management 274, 58-66, 2012
212012
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