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[223] Lintunen A, Mayr S, Salmon Y, Cochard H, Hölttä T. 2017. Drivers of apoplastic freezing in gymnosperm and angiosperm branches. Ecology and Evolution pdf

[222] Stojnic S, Suchocka M, Benito-Garzón M, Torres-Ruiz JM, Cochard H, Bolte A, Cocozza C, Cvjetkovic B, de Luis M, Martinez-Vilalta J, Ræbild A, Tognetti A, Delzon S. 2017. Variation in xylem vulnerability to embolism in European beech from geographically marginal populations. Tree Phyioslogy (in press) doi:10.1093/trephys/tpx128 pdf

[221] Hochberg U, Rockwell FE, Holbrook NM, Cochard H. 2017. Iso/anisohydry: a plant-environment interaction rather than hydraulic trait. Trends in Plant Science (in press) pdf

[220] Martin-StPaul N, Delzon S, Cochard H. 2017. Plants resistance to drought depends on timely stomata closure. Ecology Letters 20: 1437-1447 pdf

[219] Charrier G, Torres-Ruiz JM, Badel E, Burlett R, Choat B, Cochard H, Delmas CEL,Domec JC, Jansen S, King A, Lenoir N, Martin-StPaul N, Gambetta GA, Lenoir, N. 2016. Evidence for hydraulic vulnerability segmentation and lack of xylem refilling under tension. Plant physiology, pp-01079 (in press). pdf

[218] Torres-Ruiz JM, Cochard H, Fonseca E, Badel E, Gazarini L, Vaz M. 2017. Differences in functional and xylem anatomical features allow Cistus species to co-occur and cope differently with drought in the Mediterranean region. Tree Physiology (in press) pdf

[217] Scoffoni C, Grace JP, Cochard H, Sack S. 2017. Testing for ion-mediated enhancement of the hydraulic conductance of the leaf xylem in diverse angiosperms. Journal of Plant Hydraulics 4: e004. pdf

[216] Torres-Ruiz JM, Cochard H, Choat B, Jansen S, López R, Tomášková I, Padilla-Díaz CM, Badel E, Burlett R, King A, Lenoir N, Martin-StPaul NK, Delzon S. 2017. Xylem resistance to embolism: presenting a simple diagnostic test for the open vessel artefact. New Phytologist 215: 489–499 pdf

[215] Hochberg U, Giulia Bonel A, David-Schwartz R, Degu A, Fait A, Cochard H, Peterlunger E, Herrera JC. 2017. Grapevine acclimation to water deficit: the adjustment of stomatal and hydraulic conductance differs from petiole embolism vulnerability. Planta 245: 1091–1104 pdf

[214] Cailleret M Jansen S, Robert E, DeSoto L, Aakala T, Antos J, Beikircher B, Bigler C, Bugmann H, Caccianiga M, Čada V, Camarero JJ, Cherubini P, Cochard H, Coyea M, Cufar K, Das A, Davi H, Delzon S, Dorman M, Gea-Izquierdo G, Gillner S, Haavik L, Hartmann H, Hereş AM, Hultine K, Janda P, Kane J, Kharuk VI, Kitzberger T, Klein T, Kramer K, Lens F, Levanic T, Linares JC, Lloret F, Vale R, Lombardi F, López Rodriguez R, Makinen H, Mayr S, Mészáros I, Metsaranta J, Minunno F, Oberhuber W, Papadopoulos A, Peltoniemi M, Petritan AM, Rohner B, Sangüesa-Barreda G, Sarris D, Smith J, Stan A, Sterck F, Stojanović D, Suarez M, Svoboda M, Tognetti R, Torres-Ruiz JM, Trotsiuk V, Villalba R, Vodde F, Westwood A, Wyckoff P, Zafirov N, Martinez-Vilalta J. 2017. A synthesis of radial growth patterns preceding tree mortality. Global Change Biology 23: 1675–1690. pdf

[213] Scoffoni C, Albuquerque C, Brodersen C, Townes S, Grace J, Cochard H, Buckley T, McElrone A, Sack L. 2017. Leaf vein xylem conduit diameter influences susceptibility to embolism and hydraulic decline. New Phytologist 13: 1076-1092.pdf



[212] Delzon S, Cochard H, Pfautsch S. 2016. Indexing the indices: scientific publishing needs to undergo a revolution. Journal of Plant Hydraulics 3: e009. pdf

[211] Plomion C, Bartholomé J, Bouffier L, Brendel O, Cochard H, de Miguel M, Delzon S, Gion JM, Gonzalez-Martinez SC, Guehl JM, Lagraulet H, Le Provost G, Marguerit E, Porté A. 2016. Understanding the genetic bases of adaptation to soil water deficit in trees through the examination of water use efficiency and cavitation resistance: maritime pine as a case study. Journal of Plant Hydraulics 3: e-008 pdf

[210] Torres-Ruiz JM, Cochard H, Mencuccini M, Delzon S, Badel E. 2016. Direct observation and modelling of embolism spread between xylem conduits: a case study in Scots pine. Plant Cell Environment 39: 2774-2785 pdf

[209] Fournier M, Cosson JF, Ogliastro M, Vayssier M, Cochard H. 2016. Une mobilisation belle, utile et partagée contre l' #INRAchutage. TSJ e007 pdf

[208] Robich G, Cochard H. 2016. Mycena fuscoumbilicata sp. nov., In G Robich Mycena d'Europa Vol 2 749-752, A.M.B Trento, Italy. pdf

[207] Delzon S, Cochard H. 2016. Le Cavitron fait tourner la tête des plantes. 2016. Jardins de France 641: 16-18 pdf

[206] Lens F, Picon-Cochard C, Delmas CEL, Signarbieux C, Buttlerd A, Cochard H, Jansen S, Chauvin T, Chacon Doria L, del Arco M, Delzon S. 2016. Herbaceous angiosperms are not more vulnerable to drought-induced embolism than angiosperm trees. Plant Physiology 172: 661-667 pdf

[205] Neghliz H, Cochard H, Brunel N, Martre P. 2015. Ear rachis xylem occlusion and associated loss in hydraulic conductance coincide with the end of grain filling for wheat. Frontiers in Plant Science  7: 920. pdf

[204] Bolte A, Czajkowski T, Cocozza C, Tognetti R, De Miguel M, Pšidová E, Ditmarova L, Dinka L, Delzon S, Cochard H, Ræbild A, De Luis M, Cvjetkovic B, Heiri C, Müller J. 2016. Desiccation and mortality dynamics in seedlings of different European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) populations under extreme drought conditions. Frontiers in Plant Science 7:751. pdf

[203] López R, Cano FJ, Choat B, Cochard H, Gil L. 2016. Plasticity in vulnerability to cavitation of Pinus canariensis occurs only at the driest end of an aridity gradient. Frontiers in Plant Science 7:769. pdf

[202] David-Schwartz R, Paudel I, Mizrachi M, Delzon S, Cochard H, Lukyanov V, Badel E, Capdeville G, Shklar G, Cohen S. 2016. Indirect evidence for genetic differentiation in vulnerability to embolism in Pinus halepensis. Frontiers in Plant Science 7:768 pdf

[201] Lintunen A, Paljakka T, Jyske T, Peltoniemi M, Sterck F, Von Arx G, Cochard H, Copini P, Caldeira MC, Delzon S, Gebauer R, Grönlund L, Kiorapostolou N, Lechthaler S, Lobo-do-Vale R, Peters RL, Petit G, Prendin AL, Salmon Y, Steppe K, Urban J, Roig Juan S, Robert EMR, Hölttä T. 2016. Osmolality and non-structural carbohydrate composition in the secondary phloem of trees across a latitudinal gradient in Europe. Frontiers in Plant Science 7:726 pdf

[200] Bouche PS, Jansen J, Sabalera C, Cochard H, Burlett R, Delzon S. 2016. Low intra-tree variability in resistance to embolism in four Pinaceae species. Annals of Forest Science. 73: 681-689.pdf

[199] Gleason S, Westoby M, Jansen S, Choat B, Hacke U, Pratt RB, Bhaskar R, Brodribb T, Bucci S, Cao K, Cochard H, Delzon S, Domec JC, Fan Z, Feild T, Jacobsen A, Johnson D, Lens F, Maherali H, Martínez-Vilalta J, Mayr S, McCulloh K, Mencuccini M, Mitchell P, Morris H, Nardini A, Pittermann J, Plavcová L, Schreiber S, Sperry J, Wright I, Zanne A. 2016. On research priorities to advance understanding of the safety-efficiency tradeoff in xylem. New Phytologist 211: 1156-1158 pdf

[198] Vitali M, Cochard H, Ponomarenko A, Gambino G, Lovisolo C. 2016. VvPIP2;4N aquaporin involvement in controlling leaf hydraulic capacitance and resistance in grapevine. Physiologia Plantarum 158: 284-296. pdf

[197] Torres-Riuz JM, Cochard H, Delzon S. 2016. 2016. Why do trees take more risks in the Amazon? Journal of Plant Hydraulics 3: e005 pdf

[196] Cochard H, Torres-Riuz JM, Delzon S. 2016. Let plant hydraulics catch the wave. Journal of Plant Hydraulics 3: e-002 pdf

[195] Pivovaroff AL, Burlett R, Lavigne B, Cochard H, Santiago LS, Delzon S. 2016. Testing the 'microbubble effect' using the Cavitron technique to measure xylem water extraction curves. AOB Plants 8: plw011 pdf

[194] Cochard H, Delzon S 2016. Edit or perish: The Web 2.0 revolution of the Scientific Edition. The Sigmoidal Journal e006 pdf

[193] Hochcberg U, Herrera JS, Cochard H, Badel E. 2016. Short xylem relaxation results in reliable quantification of embolism in grapevine petioles and sheds new light on their hydraulic strategy. Tree Physiology 36: 748-755. pdf

[192] Hochberg U, Albuquerque C, Rachmilevitch S, Cochard H, David-Schwartz R, Brodersen C, McElrone A, Windt CW. 2016. Grapevine petioles are more sensitive to drought induced embolism than stems: evidence from in vivo MRI and microCT observations of hydraulic vulnerability segmentation. Plant Cell Environment 39:1886-1894 pdf

[191] Bouche PS, Delzon S, Choat B, Badel E, Brodribb T, Burlett R, Cochard H, Charra-Vaskou K, Lavigne B, Li S, Mayr S, Morris H, Torres-Ruiz J, Zufferey V, Jansen S. 2016. Are needles of Pinus pinaster more vulnerable to xylem embolism than branches? New insights from X-ray computed tomography. Plant Cell Environment 39: 860-870 pdf

[190] Choat B, Badel E, Burlett R, Delzon S, Cochard H, Jansen S. 2016. Non-invasive measurement of vulnerability to drought induced embolism by X-ray microtomography. Plant Physiology 170: 273-282 pdf

[189] Gleason S, Westoby M, Jansen S, Choat B, Hacke U, Pratt RB, Bhaskar R, Brodribb T, Bucci S, Cao K, Cochard H, Delzon S, Domec JC, Fan Z, Feild T, Jacobsen A, Johnson D, Lens F, Maherali H, Martínez-Vilalta J, Mayr S, McCulloh K, Mencuccini M, Mitchell P, Morris H, Nardini A, Pittermann J, Plavcová L, Schreiber S, Sperry J, Wright I, Zanne A. 2016. Weak tradeoff between xylem safety and xylem-specific hydraulic efficiency across the world’s woody plant species. New Phytologist 209:123-136 pdf



[188] Louasse P, Cochard H. 2015. Les Champignons. In La biodiversité en Auvergne, Amblard et al coord. Revue d’Auvergne 615-616: 175-198.

[187] Cochard H, Delzon S. 2015. L’Edition scientifique doit faire sa révolution et mettre à l’index ses indices. PLAS 8: 3 pdf

[186] Bouche PS, Jansen S, Cochard H, Burlett R, Capdeville G, Delzon S. 2015. Embolism resistance of conifer roots can be accurately measured with the flow-centrifuge method. Journal of Plant Hydraulics 2: e-002 pdf

[185] Larter M, Brodribb TJ, Pfautsch S, Burlett R, Cochard H, Delzon S. 2015. Extreme aridity pushes trees to their physical limits. Plant Physiology 2015 168: 804-807 pdf

[184] Salmon Y, Torres-Ruiz JM, Poyatos R, Martinez-Vilalta J, Meir P, Cochard H, Mencuccini M. 2015. Balancing the risks of hydraulic failure and carbon starvation: a twig scale analysis in declining Scots pine. Plant Cell Environment 38: 2575-2588 pdf

[183] Jinagool W, Rattanawong R, Sangsing K, Barigah TS, Gay F, Cochard H, Kasemsap P, Herbette S. 2015. Clonal variability for vulnerability to cavitation and other drought-related traits in Hevea brasiliensis Müll. Arg. Journal of Plant Hydraulics 2: e-001 pdf

[182] Badel E, Ewers FW, Cochard H, Telewski FW 2015. Acclimation of mechanical and hydraulic functions in trees: Impact of the thigmomorphogenetic process. Frontiers in Plant Science 6: 266. pdf

[181] Schmitz D, Herter FG, Regnard JL, Leite GB, Bonhomme M, Cochard H, Lauri PÉ 2015. Is acrotonic budburst pattern in spring a typical behavior of the low-chilling apple cultivar ‘Eva’in mild winter conditions? An approach combining ex planta single-node cutting test and in planta bud water content during dormancy. Scientia Horticulturae 188: 84-88. pdf

[180] Guet J, Fichot R, Lédée C, Laurans F, Cochard F, Delzon F, Bastien C, Brignolas F 2015. Stem xylem resistance to cavitation is related to xylem structure but not to growth and water-use efficiency at the within-population level in Populus nigra L. Journal of Experimental Botany 66:4643-4652 pdf

[179] Schmitz JD, Herter FG, Regnard JL, Berenhauser Leite G, Bonhomme M, Cochard H, Lauri PE. 2015. Are the effects of winter temperatures on spring budburst mediated by the bud water status or related to a whole-shoot effect? Insights in the apple tree. Trees - Structure and Function 29: 675-682. pdf

[178] Fichot R, Brignolas F, Cochard H, Ceulemans R. 2015. Vulnerability to drought-induced cavitation in poplars: synthesis and future opportunities. Plant Cell and Environment 38:1233-1251 pdf

[177] Torres-Ruiz JM, Jansen S, Choat B, McElrone A, Cochard H, Brodribb TJ, Badel E, Burlett R, Bouche PS, Brodersen C, Li S, Morris H, Delzon S 2015. Direct X-ray microtomography observation confirms the induction of embolism upon xylem cutting under tension. Plant Physiology 167: 40-43. pdf

[176] Aranda I, Cano J, Gascó A, Cochard H, Nardini A, Mancha JA, López R, Sánchez-Gómez D 2015. Variation in photosynthetic performance and hydraulic architecture across European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) populations supports the case for local adaptation to water stress. Tree Physiology 35: 34-46 pdf

[175] Herbette S, Bouchet B, Brunel N, Bonnin E, Cochard H, Guillon F. 2015. Immunolabeling of intervessel pits for polysaccharides and lignin helps in understanding their hydraulic properties in Populus tremula × alba. Annals of Botany 115:187-199 pdf

[174] Cochard H, Delzon S, Badel E. 2015. X-ray microtomography (micro-CT): a reference technology for high-resolution quantification of xylem embolism in trees. Plant Cell and Environment. 38: 201-206 pdf



[173] Sancho-Knapik D, Peguero-Pina JJ, Flexas J, Herbette S, Cochard H, Niinemets U, Gil-Pelegrín E. 2014. Coping with low light under high atmospheric dryness: shade acclimation in a Mediterranean conifer (Abies pinsapo Boiss.) Tree Physiology 34:1321-1333. pdf

[172] Tixier A, Herbette S, Jansen S, Capron M, Tordjeman P, Cochard H, Badel E 2014. Modelling the mechanical behaviour of pit membranes in bordered pits with respect to cavitation resistance in angiosperms. Annals of Botany 114: 325-334. pdf

[171] Ponomarenko A, Vincent O, Pietriga A, Cochard H, Badel E, Marmottant P 2014. Ultrasonic emissions reveal individual cavitation bubbles in water-stressed wood. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 11: 20140480 pdf

[170] Strullu-Derrien C, Kenrick P, Tafforeau P, Cochard H, Bonnemain JL, Le Hérissé A, Lardeux H, Badel E 2014. The earliest wood and its hydraulic properties documented in ca 407 million-year-old fossils using synchrotron microtomography. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. 175: 423-437 pdf

[169] Martin-StPaul N K, Longepierre D, Huc R, Delzon S, Burlett R, Joffre R, Rambal S, Cochard H 2014. How reliable are methods to assess xylem vulnerability to cavitation? The issue of “open vessel” artifact in oaks. Tree Physiology 34: 894-805. pdf

[168] Scoffoni C, Vuong C, Diep S, Cochard H, Sack L 2014. Leaf shrinkage with dehydration: coordination with hydraulic vulnerability and drought tolerance. Plant Physiology 164: 1772–1788. pdf

[167] Torres-Ruiz JM, Cochard H, Mayr S, Beikircher B, Diaz-Espejo A, Rodriguez-Dominguez CM, Badel E, Fernández, JE 2014. Vulnerability to cavitation in Olea europaea current-year shoots: more support to the open-vessel artefact with centrifuge and air-injection techniques. Physiologia Plantarum. 152: 465-474 pdf

[166] Delzon S, Cochard H 2014. Recent advances in tree hydraulics highlight the ecological significance of the hydraulic safety margin. New Phytologist. 203: 355–358 pdf

[165] Capron M, Charru F, Badel E, Cochard H, Tordjeman P 2014. Gas flow in plant microfluidic networks controlled by capillary valves. Physical Review E. 89 : 033019 pdf

[164] Dusotoit-Coucaud A, Brunel N, Tixier A, Cochard H, Herbette S 2014. Hydrolase treatments help unravel the function of intervessel pits in xylem hydraulics. Physiologia Plantarum 150: 388-396 pdf

[163] Vilagrosa A, Hernández EI, Luis VC, Cochard H, Pausas JG 2014. Physiological differences explain the co-existence of different regeneration strategies in Mediterranean ecosystems. New Phytologist. 201: 1277–1288 pdf

[162] Lopez R, Badel E, Peraudeau S, Leblanc-Fournier N, Beaujard F, Julien JL, Cochard H, Moulia B 2014. Tree shoot bending generates hydraulic pressure pulses: a new long-distance signal? Journal of Experimental Botany 65:1997-2008 pdf

[161] Charrier G, Charra-Vaskou K, Kasuga J, Cochard H, Mayr S, Améglio T. 2014 Freeze-thaw stress. Effects of temperature on hydraulic conductivity and ultrasonic activity in ten woody angiosperms. Plant Physiology 164:992-998 pdf

[160] Yang SJ, Sun M, Zhang YJ, Cochard H, Cao KF. 2014. Strong leaf morphological, anatomical, and physiological responses of a subtropical woody bamboo (Sinarundinaria nitida) to contrasting light environments. Plant Ecology 215:97-109 pdf

[159] Lamy JB, Delzon S, Bouche P, Alia R, Vendramin GG, Cochard H, Plomion C 2014. Limited genetic variability and phenotypic plasticity detected for cavitation resistance in a Mediterranean pine. New Phytologist 201:874-888 pdf

[158] Barigah TS, Aussenac G, Baraloto C, Bonal D, Cochard H, Granier A, Guehl JM, Huc R, Sobrado MA, Tyree MT 2014. The water relations of two tropical rainforest species (Virola surinamensis and Eperua falcata): Is Virola unusual as previously reported? Journal of Plant Hydraulics 1: e0002 pdf

[157] Cochard H 2014. The basics of plant hydraulics. Journal of Plant Hydraulics 1: e0001 pdf



[156] Lopez D, Venisse JS, Fumanal B, Chaumont F, Guillot E, Daniels M, Cochard H, Julien JL, Gousset A 2013. Aquaporins and leaf hydraulics, Poplar sheds new light. Plant and Cell Physiology 54: 1963-1975 pdf

[155] Chilliard Y, Cochard H, Moulia B, Badel E, Durand JL, Fontaine S, Girousse C, Forterre Y, Pouligen O, Fournier M 2013. La science menacée par une bulle spéculative de l’édition ? Le Monde 11/11/2013 pdf

[154] Moulia B, Chilliard Y, Forterre Y, Cochard H, Fournier M, Fontaine S, Girousse C, Badel E, Pouliquen O, Durand JL 2013. Main basse sur la science publique: Le «coût de génie» de l’édition scientifique privée. Journal of Sigmoidal Plant Hydraulics 1: e0005 pdf

[153] Cochard H, Badel E, Herbette S, Delzon S, Choat B, Jansen S 2013. Methods for measuring plant vulnerability to cavitation: a critical review. Journal of Experimental Botany 64: 4779-4791 pdf

[152] Cochard H, Delzon S 2013. Misunderstanding sap ascent in trees. Journal of Sigmoidal Plant Hydraulics 1: e0001 pdf

[151] Barigah ST, Charrier O, Douris M, Bonhomme M, Herbette S, Ameglio T, Fichot R, Brignolas F, Cochard H 2013. Water stress-induced xylem hydraulic failure is a causal factor of tree mortality in beech and poplar. Annals of Botany 112:1431-1437 pdf

[150] Charrier G, Cochard H, Améglio T 2013. Evaluation of the impact of frost resistances on potential altitudinal limit of trees. Tree Physiology 33: 891–902 pdf

[149] Strullu-Derrien C, Kenrick P, Badel E, Cochard H, Tafforeau P 2013. An overview of the hydraulic systems in early land plants. IAWA Journal 34: 333-351 pdf

[148] Cochard H, Delzon S 2013. Hydraulic failure and repair are not routine in trees. Annals of Forest Science 70: 659-661pdf

[147] Scholz A, Rabaey D, Stein A, Cochard H, Smets E, Jansen S 2013. Linking the xylem hydraulic network to cavitation resistance: the evolution and function of vessel and pit characters across 10 Prunus species. Tree physiology 33: 684-694 pdf

[146] Urli M, Porté A, Cochard H, Guengant Y, Burlett R, Delzon S 2013. Xylem embolism threshold for catastrophic hydraulic failure in angiosperm trees. Tree physiology 33: 672–683 pdf

[145] Lens F, Tixier A, Cochard H, Sperry JS, Jansen S, Herbette S 2013. Embolism resistance as a key mechanism to understand adaptive plant strategies. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 16: 287-292. pdf

[144] Barigah TS, Bonhomme M, Lopez D, Traore A, Douris M, Venisse JS, Cochard H, Badel E 2013. Modulation of bud survival in Populus nigra sprouts in response to water stress-induced embolism. Tree Physiology 33:261-74. pdf

[143] Tixier A, Cochard H, Badel E, Dusotoit-Coucaud A, Jansen S, Herbette S 2013. Arabidopsis thaliana as a model species for xylem hydraulics: does size matter? Journal of Experimental Botany 64: 2295-2305. pdf

[142] López R, López de Heredia U, Collada C, Cano FJ, Emerson BC, Cochard H, Gil L 2013. Vulnerability to cavitation, hydraulic efficiency, growth and survival in an insular pine (Pinus canariensis). Annals of Botany 111: 1167–1179. pdf



[141] Lamy JB, Lagane F, Plomion C, Cochard H, Delzon S 2012. Micro-evolutionary patterns of juvenile wood density in a pine species. Plant Ecology 213:1781-1792. pdf

[140] Choat B, Jansen S, Brodribb TJ, Cochard H, Delzon S et al 2012. Global convergence in the vulnerability of forests to drought. Nature 491: 752–755 pdf data

[139] Pinto CA, David JS, Cochard H, Caldeira MC, Henriques MO, Quilhó T , Paço TA, Pereira JS, David TS 2012. Drought-induced embolism in current-year shoots of two Mediterranean evergreen oaks Forest Ecology and Management 285: 1-10 pdf

[138] Vilagrosa A, Chirino E, Peguero-Pina JJ, Barigah TS, Cochard H, Gil-Pelegrín E 2012. Xylem cavitation and embolism in plants living in water-limited ecosystems. In R. Aroca (ed.), Plant Responses to Drought Stress, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, pp 63-109. pdf

[137] Charra-Vaskou K, Badel E, Burlett R, Cochard H, Delzon S, Mayr S 2012. The hydraulic efficiency and safety of vascular and non-vascular components in Pinus pinaster leaves. Tree Physiology 32 : 1161–1170 pdf

[136] Vaz M, Cochard H, Gazarini L, Graça J, Chaves MM, Pereira JS 2012. Cork oak (Quercus suber L.) seedlings acclimate to elevated CO2: Photosynthesis, Growth, Wood Anatomy and Hydraulic Conductivity. Trees, Structure and Function 26:1145–1157 pdf

[135] Ben Bâaziz K, Lopez D, Bouzid S, Cochard H, Venisse JS, Sakr S 2012. Early gene expression in the walnut tree occurring during stimulation of leaf hydraulic conductance by irradiance. Biologia Plantarum 56: 657-666 pdf

[134] Ben Bâaziz K, Lopez D, Rabot A, Combes D, Gousset A, Bouzid S, Cochard H, Sakr S, Venisse JS 2012. Light-mediated Kleaf induction and contribution of both the PIP1s and PIP2s aquaporins in five tree species: walnut (Juglans regia) case study. Tree Physiology 32: 423–434 pdf

[133] Sterck FJ, Martinez-Vilalta J, Mencuccini M, Cochard H, Gerrits P, Zweifel R, Herrero A, Korhonen JFJ, Llorens P, Nikinmaa E, Nolè A, Poyatos R, Ripullone F, Sass-Klaassen U 2012. Understanding trait interactions and their impacts on growth in Scots pine branches across Europe. Functional Ecology 26: 541-549 pdf

[132] Jansen S, Lamy JB, Burlett R, Cochard H, Gasson P, Delzon S 2012. Plasmodesmatal pores in the torus of bordered pit membranes affect cavitation resistance of conifer xylem. Plant Cell and Environment 35: 1109-1120 pdf

[131] Charra-Vaskou K, Charrier G, Wortemann R, Beikircher B, Cochard H, Ameglio T, Mayr S 2012. Drought and frost resistance of trees: a comparison of four species at different sites and altitudes. Annals of Forest Science 69: 325-333 pdf

[130] Junjittakarn J, Limpinuntana V, Pannengpetch K, Isarangkool Na Ayutthaya S, Rocheteau A, Cochard H, Do F 2012. Short term effects of latex tapping on micro-changes of trunk girth in Hevea Brasiliensis. Australian Journal of Crop Science 6: 65-72 pdf

[129] Awad H, Herbette S, Brunel N, Tixier A, Pilate G, Cochard H, Badel E 2012. No trade-off between hydraulic and mechanical properties in several transgenic poplars modified for lignins metabolism. Environmental and Experimental Botany 77: 185-195. pdf

[128] Steppe K, Cochard H, Lacointe A, Améglio T 2012. Could rapid diameter changes be facilitated by a variable hydraulic conductance? Plant Cell and Environment 35: 150–157 pdf



[127] Junjittakarn J, Limpinuntana V, Do FC, Pannengpetch K, Ayutthaya SIN, Rocheteau A, Cochard H 2011. Vapour pressure deficit affects diurnal girth fluctuation of rubber trees (Hevea brasiliensis). Australian Journal of Crop Science 5: 1622-1630. pdf

[126] Junjittakarn J, Limpinuntana V, Do FC, Pannangpetch K, Isarangkool S, Ayutthaya N, Cochard H 2011. Effect of trunk locations on micro-change of trunk girth in mature rubber trees ( Hevea brasiliensis). Asian Journal of Plant Sciences 10: 140-146. pdf

[125] Wortemann R, Herbette S, Barigah TS, Fumanal B, Alia R, Ducousso A, Gomory D, Roeckel-Drevet P, Cochard H 2011. Genotypic variability and phenotypic plasticity of cavitation resistance in Fagus sylvatica L. across Europe. Tree Physiology 31: 1175-1182 pdf

[124] Peguero-Pina JJ, Sancho-Knapik D, Cochard H, Barredo G, Villarroya D, Gil-Pelegrín E 2011. Hydraulic traits limit the distribution range of two closely related Mediterranean firs, Abies alba Mill. and Abies pinsapo Boiss. Tree Physiology 31: 1067-1075 pdf

[123] Lamy J-B, Bouffier L, Burlett R, Plomion C, Cochard H, Delzon S 2011. Uniform selection as the primary evolutionary force of cavitation resistance across a species range. PloS ONE 6: e23476 pdf

[122] Corcuera L, Cochard H, Gil-Pelegrin E, Notivol E 2011. Phenotypic plasticity in mesic populations of Pinus pinaster improves resistance to xylem embolism (P50) under severe drought. Trees, Structure and Function 25: 1033–1042 pdf

[121] Isarangkool Na Ayutthaya S, Do FC, Pannengpetch K, Junjittakarn J, Maeght J, Rocheteau A, Cochard H 2011. Water loss regulation in mature Hevea brasiliensis: effects of intermittent drought in the rainy season and hydraulic limitation. Tree Physiology 31: 751-762 pdf

[120] Ennajeh M, Simões F, Khemira H, Cochard H 2011. How reliable is the double-ended pressure sleeve technique for assessing xylem vulnerability to cavitation in woody Angiosperms? Physiologia Plantarum 142: 205-210 pdf

[119] Scoffoni C, Rawls M, McKown A, Cochard H, Sack L 2011. Decline of leaf hydraulic conductance with dehydration: relationship to leaf size and venation architecture. Plant Physiology 156: 832-843 pdf

[118] Dalla-Salda G, Martinez-Meier A, Cochard H, Rozenberg P 2011. Genetic variation of xylem hydraulic properties shows that wood density is involved in adaptation to drought in Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.)). Annals of Forest Science 68: 747-757. pdf

[117] Peguero-Pina JJ, Alquezar-Alquezar JM, Mayr S, Cochard H, Gil-Pelegrin E 2011. Embolism induced by winter drought may be critical for the survival of Pinus sylvestris L. near its southern distribution limit. Annals of Forest Science. 68: 565–574 pdf

[116] Lauri PE, Gorza O, Cochard H, Martinez S, Celton JM, Ripetti V, Lartaud M, Bry X, Trottier C, Costes E 2011. Genetic Determinism Of Anatomical And Hydraulic Traits Within An Apple Progeny. Plant Cell and Environment 34: 1276-1290 pdf

[115] Zufferey V, Cochard H, Ameglio T, Spring Jl, Viret O 2011. Diurnal cycles of embolism formation and repair in petioles of grapevine (Vitis vinifera cv. Chasselas) Journal of Experimental Botany 62: 3885-3894 pdf

[114] Ennajeh M, Nouiri M, Khemira H, Cochard H 2011. Improvement to the air-injection technique to estimate xylem vulnerability to cavitation. Trees, Structure and Function 25: 705-710 pdf

[113] Fichot R. Chamaillard S, Depardieu C, Le Thiec D, Cochard H, Barigah TS, Brignolas F 2011. Hydraulic efficiency and coordination with xylem resistance to cavitation, leaf function and growth performance among eight unrelated Populus deltoides × Populus nigra hybrids. Journal of Experimental Botany 62: 2093-2106 pdf

[112b] Brendel O, Cochard H 2011. How plant species cope with water stress. in “ Water for forest and people in the Mediterranean: a challenging balance”. Y Birot , C Gracia, M Palahi (ed). European Forest Institute. p 76-80 pdf

[112] Brendel O, Cochard H 2011. Comment les espèces végétales s’adaptent au stress hydrique. in “L’eau pour les Forêts et les Hommes en Région Méditerranéenne: un équilibre à trouver””. Y Birot, C Gracia, M Palahi (ed). European Forest Institute. p 84-89 pdf



[111] Isarangkool Na Ayutthaya S, Pannangpetch K, Do FC, Junjittakarn J, Maeght JL, Rocheteau A, Cochard H. 2010. Process-based environmental models tree transpiration: A case study of rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis). Khon Kaen Agriculture Journal 38: 337-348. pdf

[110] Ennajeh M, Cochard H, Khemira H 2010. Re-introduction success of an autochthonous plant species, Periploca angustifolia, in the Natural Reserve of Oued Dekouk, Tunisia. Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research 8: 1005-1011. pdf

[109] Herbette S, Wortemann R, Awad H, Huc R, Cochard H, Barigah TS 2010. Insights into xylem vulnerability to cavitation in Fagus sylvatica L.: phenotypic and environmental sources of variability. Tree Physiology 30: 1448-1455 pdf

[108] Delzon S, Douthe C, Sala A, Cochard H 2010. Mechanism of water-stress induced cavitation in conifers: bordered pit structure and function support the hypothesis of seal capillary-seeding. Plant Cell and Environment 33: 2101–2111 pdf

[107] Herbette S, Cochard H 2010. Calcium is a major determinant of xylem vulnerability to cavitation. Plant Physiology 153: 1932–1939. pdf

[106] Damour G, Simoneau T, Cochard H, Urban L 2010. REVIEW - An overview of models of stomatal conductance at the leaf level. Plant Cell and Environment 33: 1419–1438. pdf

[105] Cochard H, Herbette S, Barigah T, Badel E, Ennajeh M, Vilagrosa A 2010. Does sample length influence the shape of xylem embolism vulnerability curves? A test with the Cavitron spinning technique. Plant Cell and Environment 33: 1543–1552. pdf

[104] Fichot R, Barigah TS, Chamaillard S, Le Thiec D, Laurans F, Cochard H, Brignolas F 2010. Common trade-offs between xylem resistance to cavitation and other physiological traits do not hold among unrelated Populus deltoides x Populus nigra hybrids. Plant Cell and Environment 33: 1553–1568. pdf

[103] Vilagrosa A, Morales F, Abadia A, Bellot J, Cochard H, Gil-Pelegrin E 2010. Are symplast tolerance to intense drought conditions and xylem vulnerability to cavitation coordinated? An integrated analysis of photosynthetic, hydraulic and leaf-level processes in two Mediterranean drought-resistant species. Environmental and Experimental Botany 69: 233-242 pdf

[102] Isarangkool Na Ayutthaya S, Do FC, Pannengpetch K, Junjittakarn J, Maeght J, Rocheteau A, Cochard H 2010. Transient thermal dissipation method of xylem sap flow measurement: multi-species calibration and field evaluation. Tree Physiology 30: 139-148 pdf

[101] Beikircher B, Ameglio T, Cochard H, Mayr S 2010. Limitation of the Cavitron technique by conifer pit aspiration. Journal of Experimental Botany 61: 3385-3393 pdf

[100] Ennajeh M, Vadel AM, Cochard H, Khemira A 2010. Comparative impacts of water stress on the leaf anatomy of a drought-resistant and a drought-sensitive olive cultivar. Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology 85: 289–294 pdf

[99] Awad H., Barigah T., Badel E., Cochard H. & Herbette S 2010. Poplar vulnerability to xylem cavitation acclimates to drier soil conditions. Physiologia Plantarum 139: 280–288 pdf

[98] McKown AD, Cochard H, Sack L 2010. Decoding leaf hydraulics with a spatially explicit model: Principles of venation architecture and implications for its evolution. The American Naturalist 175: 447–460 pdf

[97] Cochard H, Herbette S, Hernández E, Hölttä T, Mencuccini M 2010. The effects of sap ionic composition on xylem vulnerability to cavitation. Journal of Experimental Botany 61: 275-285 pdf



[96] Cochard H, Holtta, Herbette S, Delzon S, Mencuccini M 2009. New Insights into the Mechanisms of Water-Stress Induced Cavitation in Conifers. Plant Physiology 151: 949-954 pdf

[95] Caquet B, Barigah TS, Cochard H; Montpied P, Collet C, Dreyer E, Epron D 2009. Hydraulic properties of naturally regenerated beech saplings respond to canopy opening. Tree Physiology 29: 1395-1405 pdf

[94] Martínez-Vilalta J, Cochard H, Mencuccini M, Sterck F, Herrero A, Korhonen JFJ, Llorens P, Nikinmaa E, Nolè A, Poyatos R, Ripullone F, Sass-Klaassen U, Zweifel R 2009. Hydraulic adjustment of Scots pine across Europe. New Phytologist 184: 353–364 pdf

[93] Dalla-Salda G, Martinez-Meier A, Cochard H, Rozenberg P 2009. Variation of wood density and hydraulic properties of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco) clones related to a heat and drought wave in France. Forest Ecology and Management 257: 182–189 pdf

[92] Brodribb TJ, Cochard H 2009. Hydraulic failure defines the recovery and point of death in water stressed conifers. Plant Physiology 149: 575-584 pdf

[91] Hölttä T, Cochard H, Nikinmaa E, Mencuccini M 2009. Capacitive effect of cavitation in xylem conduits. Plant Cell and Environment 32: 10-21 pdf

[90] Perrier A, Saugier B, Tuzet A, Cochard H, Breda N 2009. The functioning of the whole plants: the water continuum and coupling with other components. Comptes Rendus de l'Academie d'Agriculture de France 95: 43-50



[89] Lauri PE, Cochard H 2008. Bud development and hydraulics: An innovative way to forecast shoot architecture. Communicative & Integrative Biology 1: 9-10 pdf

[88] Ennajeh M, Tounekti T, Vadel AM, Khemira H, Cochard H 2008. Water relations and drought-induced embolism in two olive (Olea europaea L.) varieties ‘Meski’ and ‘Chemlali’ under severe drought conditions. Tree Physiology 28: 971-976 pdf

[87] Lauri PE, Bourdel G, Trottier C, Cochard H 2008. Apple shoot architecture: evidence for strong variability of bud size and composition and hydraulics within a branching zone New Phytologist 178: 798–807 pdf

[86] Cochard H, Barigah ST, Kleinhentz M , Eshel A 2008. Is xylem cavitation resistance a relevant criterion for screening drought resistance amongst Prunus species ? Journal of Plant Physiology 165: 976-982 pdf



[85] Poggi I, Polidori JJ, Gandoin JM, Paolacci V, Battini M, Albertini M, Améglio T, Cochard H 2007. Stomatal regulation and xylem cavitation in Clementine (Citrus clementina Hort) under drought conditions. Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology 82: 845–848 pdf

[84] Han Hh, Coutand C, Cochard H, Trottier C, Lauri PE 2007. Effects of shoot bending on lateral fate and hydraulics: invariant and changing traits across five apple genotypes. Journal of Experimental Botany 58: 3537–3547 pdf

[83] Cochard H, Casella E, Mencuccini M 2007. Xylem vulnerability to cavitation varies among poplar and willow clones and correlates with yield. Tree Physiology 27: 1761-1767 pdf

[82] Mayr S, Cochard H, Ameglio T, Kikuta SB 2007. Embolism Formation during Freezing in the Wood of Picea abies. Plant Physiology 143: 60-67 pdf

[81] Cochard H, Venisse JS, Barigah TS, Brunel N, Herbette S, Guilliot A, Tyree MT, Sakr S 2007. Putative Role of Aquaporins in Variable Hydraulic Conductance of Leaves in Response to Light. Plant Physiology 143: 122-13 pdf

[80] Cochard H, Barigah T, Herbert E, Caupin F 2007. Cavitation in plants at low temperature: is sap transport limited by the tensile strength of water as expected from Briggs’ Z-tube experiment? New Phytologist 173: 571–575 pdf

[79] Barigah TS, Cochard H, Eshel A 2007. Towards selection of tree genotypes of higher drought resistance. In ‘Forests in a Changing Environment - Results of 20 years ICP Forests Monitoring’. Eichhorn J., (ed). Schriftenreihe der Forstlichen Fakultät Göttingen und der Nordwestdeutschen Forstlichen Versuchsanstalt. Göttingen. ISBN 3-7939-5142-1.

[78] Zotz G, Tyree M, Cochard H 2007. Arquitectura hidráulica, relaciones hídricas y vulnerabilidad a la cavitación. In Leigh E.G., Jr. et al., (Eds.) Ecología y evolución en los trópicos, pp. 67-76. Editora Nova Art, Panama.



[77] Cochard H 2006. Cavitation in trees. CR Physique 7: 1018-1126. pdf

[76] Ameglio T, Alves G, Decourteix M et al. 2006. Winter biology in walnut tree: Freezing tolerance by cold acclimation and embolism repair. Acta Horticulturae 705: 241-249

[75] Daudet FA, Ameglio T, Cochard H et al. 2006. Role of water and carbon in tree stem diameter variations: A double-girdling experiment. Acta Horticulturae 705: 269-273



[74] Lopez O, Kursar T, Cochard H, Tyree T 2005. Interspecific variation in xylem vulnerability to cavitation among tropical tree and shrub species. Tree Physiology 25: 1553-1562 pdf

[73] Cochard H, Coste S, Chanson B, Guehl JM, Nicolini N 2005. Hydraulic architecture correlates with bud organogenesis and primary shoot growth in Beech (Fagus sylvatica) Tree Physiology 25: 1545-1552 pdf

[72] Cochard H, Cruiziat P 2005 A l’assaut des sommets. Textes et Documents pour le Classe 890: 24-26 pdf

[71] Hukin D, Cochard H, Dreyer E, Le Thiec D, Bogeat-Triboulot MB 2005. Cavitation vulnerability in roots and shoots: does Populus euphratica Oliv., a poplar from arid areas of Central Asia, differ from other poplar species? Journal of Experimental Botany 56: 2003-2010. pdf

[70] Cochard H, Damour G, Bodet C, Tharwat I, Poirier M, Améglio T 2005. Evaluation of a new centrifuge technique for rapid generation of xylem vulnerability curves. Physiologia Plantarum 124: 410-418 pdf



[69] Daudet FA, Améglio T, Cochard H, Archilla O, Lacointe A 2004. Experimental analysis of the role of water and carbon in tree stem diameter variations. Journal of Experimental Botany 56: 409 135-144 pdf

[68] Cochard H, Nardini A, Coll L 2004. Hydraulic architecture of leaf blades: where is the main resistance? Plant Cell and Environment 27: 1257-1267 pdf

[67] Angeles G, Bond B, Boyer JS, Brodribb T, Brooks JR, Burns MJ, Cavender-Bares J, Clearwater M, Cochard H, Comstock J, Davis SD, Domec J-C, Donovan L, Ewers F, Gartner B, Hacke U, Hinckley T, Holbrook NM, Jones HG, Kavanagh K, Law B, López-Portillo J, Lovisolo C, Martin T, Martínez-Vilalta J, Mayr S, Meinzer FC, Melcher P, Mencuccini M, Mulkey S, Nardini A, Neufeld HS, Passioura J, Pockman WT, Pratt RB, Rambal S, Richter H, Sack L, Salleo S, Schubert A, Schulte P, Sparks JP, Sperry J, Teskey R, Tyree M. 2004. The Cohesion-Tension Theory. New Phytologist 163: 451-452 pdf

[66] Sangsing K, Cochard H, Kasemsap P, Thanisawanyangkura S, Sangkhasila K, Gohet E, Thaler P 2004. Is growth performance in rubber (Hevea brasiliensis Muell. Arg.) clones related to xylem hydraulic efficiency ? Canadian Journal of Botany 82: 886-892 pdf

[65] Cochard H, Froux F, Mayr S, Coutand C 2004. Xylem wall collapse in water-stressed pine needles Plant Physiology 134: 401-408. pdf

[64] Sangsing K, Kasemsap P, Thanisawanyangkura S, Sangkhasila K, Gohet E, Thaler P, Cochard H 2004. Xylem embolism and stomatal regulation in two rubber clones (Hevea brasiliensis Muell. Arg.) Trees, Structure and Function 18: 109-114. pdf



[63] Cruiziat P, Cochard H, Améglio T 2003. L’embolie des arbres. Pour La Science 305: 50-56 pdf

[62] Tyree MT, Cochard H, Cruiziat P 2003. The water-filled versus air-filled status of vessels cut open in air: The 'Scholander assumption' revisited. Plant Cell and Environment 26: 613-621. pdf

[61] Tyree MT, Cochard H 2003. Vessel content of leaves after excision : a test of the Scholander assumption. J Exp Bot 54: 2133-2139. pdf

[60] Mayr S, Cochard H 2003. A new method for vulnerability analysis of small xylem areas reveals that compression wood of Norway spruce has lower hydraulic safety than opposite wood. Plant Cell and Environment 26: 1365-1371. pdf

[59] Améglio T, Cochard H, Ewers FW 2003. GelistaTM: A New Tool for Testing Frost Hardiness by Stem Diameter Variations on Walnut. Acta Hort 509-514. pdf



[58] Cochard H, Coll L, Le Roux X, Améglio T 2002. Unraveling the effects of plant hydraulics on stomatal conductance during water stress in walnut. Plant Physiology 128: 282-290. pdf

[57] Lemoine D, Cochard H, Granier A 2002. Within crown variation in hydraulic architecture in beech (Fagus sylvatica L.): Evidence for a stomatal control of embolism. Annals of Forest Sciences 59: 19-27. pdf

[56] Cruiziat P, Cochard H, Ameglio T 2002. Micro structural and fonctional aspects of water transfer under tension in plants. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Annual Conference (EMBS): 453-457.

[55] Cruiziat P, Cochard H, Améglio T 2002. The hydraulic architecture of trees: main concepts and results. Annals of Forest Sciences. 59: 723-752. pdf

[54] Cochard H 2002. Xylem embolism and drought-induced stomatal closure in maize. Planta 215: 466-471. pdf

[53] Cochard H 2002. A technique for measuring xylem hydraulic conductance under high negative pressures. Plant Cell and Environment 25: 815-819. pdf

[52] Bogeat-Triboulot MB, Martin R, Chatelet D, Cochard H 2002. Hydraulic conductance of root and shoot measured with the transient mode of the high-pressure flowmeter. Annals of Forest Sciences 59: 389-396. pdf

[51] Granier A, Cochard H, Lemoine D 2002. Water relations in forest trees. Houille Blanche-Revue Internationale De L’Eau 3: 18-23.

[50] Cochard H 2002. De l’architecture hydraulique du xylème et de son apport à la compréhension des relations hydriques dans la plante. HDR, Université Paris Sud ORSAY 44pp. pdf

[49] Améglio T, Bodet C, Lacointe A, Cochard H 2002. Winter embolism, mechanisms of xylem hydraulic conductivity recovery and springtime growth patterns in walnut and peach trees. Tree Physiology 22: 1211–1220. pdf



[48] Martre P, Cochard H, Durand JL 2001. Hydraulic architecture and water flows in a growing grass till (Festuca arundinacea Schreb.). Plant, Cell and Environment 24: 65-76. pdf

[47] Cochard H, Lemoine D, Ameglio T, Granier A 2001. Mechanisms of xylem recovery from winter embolism in Fagus sylvatica L. Tree Physiology 21: 27-33. pdf

[46] Cochard H, Ameglio T, Cruiziat P 2001. Vessel content debate revisited. Trends in Plant Science 6: 13. pdf

[45] Ameglio T, Ewers FW, Cochard H, Martignac M, Vandame M, Bodet C, Cruiziat P 2001. Winter stem xylem pressures in walnut trees: effects of carbohydrates, cooling and freezing. Tree Physiology 21: 387-394. pdf

[44] Cochard H, Forestier S, Ameglio T 2001. A new validation of Scholander pressure chamber technique based on stem diameter variations. Journal of Experimental Botany 52: 1361-1365. pdf

[43] Croize L, Lieutier F, Cochard H, Dreyer E 2001. Effects of drought stress, and high density stem-inoculations with Leptographium wingfieldii, on hydraulic properties of young Scots pine trees. Tree Physiology 21: 427-436. pdf

[42] Ewers Fw, Ameglio T, Cochard H, Martignac M, Vandame M, Bodet C, Cruiziat P 2001. Seasonal variation of xylem pressure in walnut trees: Root and Stem pressure. Tree Physiology 21: 1123-1132. pdf

[41] Ameglio T, Cochard H, Ewers Fw 2001. Stem diameter variations and cold hardiness in walnut trees. Journal of Experimental Botany 52: 2135-2142. pdf

[40] Cruiziat P, Améglio T, Cochard H 2001. La cavitation: un mécanisme perturbant la circulation de l’eau chez les végétaux. Mec. Ind. 2: 289-298. pdf

[39] Cochard H, Améglio T, Cruiziat P 2001. The cohesion theory debate continues. Trends in Plant Science 6: 456. pdf

[38] Ameglio T, Lacointe A, Cochard H, Alves G, Bodet C, Vandame M, Valentin V, Saint-Joanis B, Ploquin S, Cruiziat P, Julien J L, Guilliot A, Petel G, Ewers FW 2001. Water relations in walnut during winter. Acta Horticulturae 544: 239-246 pdf

[37] Ameglio T, Cochard H, Lacointe A, Vandame M, Bodet C, Cruiziat P, Sauter J J, Ewers F W, Martignac M 2001. Adaptation to cold temperature and response to freezing in walnut tree. Acta Horticulturae 544: 247-254 pdf

[36] Ameglio T, Alves G, Bonhomme M, Cochard H, Ewers F W, Guilliot A, Julien J L, Lacointe A, Petel G, Rageau R, Sakr S, Valentin V 2001. Winter Functionning Of Walnut: Involvement In Branching Processes Ed. Labrecque M. “L’Arbre 2000 The Tree”. Collection Collectif, I.Q. editeur, Montréal (Quebec) Canada 230-238

[35] Ameglio T, Cochard H, Ewers F W, Lacointe A, Leveques A 2001. Cold hardiness: a new tool for testing acclimation. Ed. Labrecque M. “L’Arbre 2000 The Tree”. Collection Collectif, I.Q. editeur, Montréal (Quebec) Canada 327-330

[34] Cochard H, Bodet C, Ameglio T, Cruiziat P 2001. A method for visualizing xylem vessel content with Cryo-SEM.Ed. Labrecque M. “L’Arbre 2000 The Tree”. Collection Collectif, I.Q. editeur, Montréal (Quebec) Canada 268-271



[33] Cochard H, Martin R, Gross P, Bogeat-Triboulot MB 2000. Temperature effects on hydraulic conductance and water relations of Quercus robur L. Journal of Experimental Botany 51: 1255-1259. pdf

[32] Martre P, Durand JL, Cochard H 2000. Changes in axial hydraulic conductivity along elongating leaf blades in relation to xylem maturation in tall fescue. New Phytologist 146: 235-247. pdf

[31] Cochard H, Bodet C, Ameglio T, Cruiziat P 2000. Cryo-scanning electron microscopy observations of vessel content during transpiration in walnut petioles. Facts or artifacts? Plant Physiology 124: 1191-1202. pdf



[30] Cochard H, Lemoine D, Dreyer E 1999. The effects of acclimation to sunlight on the xylem vulnerability to embolism in Fagus sylvatica L. Plant, Cell and Environment 22: 101-108. pdf

[29] Cochard H, Granier A 1999. Fonctionnement hydraulique des arbres forestiers. Revue Forestière Française, 51 :121-134. pdf

[28] Guehl J M, Picon C, Vivin P, Cochard H, Aussenac G 1999. Forêts et augmentation de la concentration atmosphérique en CO2: effets bénéfiques ou adverses Revue Forestière Française 51: 2 254-265 pdf

[27] Lemoine D, Granier A, Cochard H 1999. Mechanism of freeze-induced embolism in Fagus sylvatica L. Trees 13: 206-210. pdf



[26] Ameglio T, Cochard H, Picon C, Cohen M 1998. Water relations and hydraulic architecture of peach trees under drought conditions. Acta Horticulturae 465: 355-361. pdf



[25] Cochard H, Peiffer M, Le Gall K, Granier A 1997. Developmental control of xylem hydraulic resistances and vulnerability to embolism in Fraxinus excelsior L. Impacts on water relations. Journal of Experimental Botany 48: 655-663. pdf

[24] Ewers FW, Cochard H, Tyree MT 1997. A survey of root pressures in vines of a tropical lowland forest. Oecologia 110: 191-196. pdf

[23] Girard S, Clement A, Cochard H, Boulet Gercourt B, Guehl JM 1997. Effects of dessication on post-planting stress in bare-root corsican pine seedlings. Tree Physiology 17: 429-435. pdf



[22] Lu P, Biron P, Granier A, Cochard H 1996. Water relations of adult Norway spruce (Picea abies L Karst) under soil drought in the Vosges mountains. Whole-tree hydraulic conductance, xylem embolism and water loss regulation. Annales des Sciences Forestières 53: 113-121. pdf

[21] Tyree MT, Cochard H 1996. Summer and winter embolism in oak. Impact on water relations. Annales des Sciences Forestières 53: 173-180. pdf

[20] Cochard H, Bréda N, Granier A 1996. Whole tree hydraulic conductance and water loss regulation in Quercus during drought. Evidence for stomatal control of embolism ? Annales des Sciences Forestières 53: 197-206. pdf

[19] Cochard H, Ridolfi M, Dreyer E 1996. Responses to water stress in an ABA-unresponsive hydrid poplar (Populus koreana x trichocarpa cv. Peace) II. Hydraulic properties and xylem embolism. New Phytologist 134: 455-461. pdf

[18] Sperry JS, Saliendra NZ, Pockman WT, Cochard H, Cruiziat P, Davis SD, Ewers FW, Tyree MT 1996. New evidence for large negative xylem pressures and their measurement by the pressure chamber method. Plant, Cell and Environment 19: 427-436. pdf


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[17] Simonin G, Cochard H, Delatour C, Granier A, Dreyer E 1994. Vulnerability of young oak seedlings (Quercus robur L.) to embolism. Responses to drought and to an inoculation with Ophiostoma querci (Georgevitch) Nannf. Annales des Sciences Forestières 51: 493-504. pdf

[16] Tyree MT, Davis SD, Cochard H 1994. Biophysical perspectives of xylem evolution: is there a tradeoff of hydraulic efficiency for vulnerability to dysfunction? IAWA Journal 15: 335-360. pdf

[15] Cochard H, Ewers FW, Tyree MT 1994. Water relations of a tropical vine-like bamboo (Rhipidocladum racemiflorum). Root pressures, vulnerability to cavitation and seasonal changes in embolism. Journal of Experimental Botany 45: 1085-1089. pdf

[14] Zotz G, Tyree MT, Cochard H 1994. Hydraulic architecture, water relations and vulnerability to cavitation of Clusia uvitana Pittier. A C-3-CAM tropical hemiepiphyte. New Phytologist 127: 287-295. pdf

[13] Cochard H. 1994. Vulnérabilité du système conducteur du chêne rouge à la cavitation et à l'embolie. In « Monographie du Chêne rouge d'Amérique» J. TIMBAL et al coord., INRA, Paris, 90-94.

[12] Granier A, Anfodillo T, Sabatti M, Cochard H, Dreyer E, Tomasi M, Valentini R, Bréda N 1994. Axial and radial water flow in the trunks of oak trees. A quantitative and qualitative analysis. Tree Physiology 14: 1383-1396. pdf



[11] Dreyer E., Granier A., Breda N., Cochard H., Epron D., Aussenac G 1993. Oak trees under drought constraints. Ecophysiological aspects. In: LUISI N., LERARIO P., VANNINI A. (Eds), “Recent advances in studies on oak decline”. International Congress, Proceedings, Tipolografia Radio, Bari, (ITA), 293-322. pdf

[10] Aussenac G., Granier A., Breda N., Cochard H 1993. Drought induced dysfunctions of the water transport in oak trees. In: LUISI N., LERARIO P., VANNINI A. (Eds), “Recent advances in studies on oak decline”. International Congress, Proceedings, Tipolografia Radio, Bari, (ITA), 413-423.

[09] Bréda N, Cochard H, Dreyer E, Granier A 1993. Field comparison of transpiration, stomatal conductance and vulnerability to cavitation of Quercus petraea and Quercus robur under water stress. Annales des Sciences Forestières 50: 571-582. pdf

[08] Bréda N, Cochard H, Dreyer E, Granier A 1993. Water transfer in a mature oak stand (Quercus petraea). Seasonal evolution and effects of a severe drought. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23: 1136-1143. pdf

[07] Tyree MT, Cochard H, Cruiziat P, Sinclair B, Ameglio T 1993. Drought-induced leaf shedding in walnut. Evidence for vulnerability segmentation. Plant, Cell and Environment 16: 879-882. pdf



[06] Cochard H, Bréda N, Granier A, Aussenac G 1992. Vulnerability to air embolism of three european oak species (Quercus petraea (Matt) Liebl, Q. pubescens Willd, Q robur L). Annales des Sciences Forestières 49: 225-233. pdf

[05] Cochard H, Cruiziat P, Tyree MT 1992. Use of positive pressures to establish vulnerability curves. Further support for the air-seeding hypothesis and implications for pressure-volume analysis. Plant Physiology 100: 205-209. pdf

[04] Cochard H 1992. Vulnerability of several conifers to air embolism. Tree Physiology 11: 73-83. pdf



[03] Loustau D, Cochard H 1991. Utilisation d'une chambre de transpiration portable pour l'estimation de l'évapotranspiration d'un sous-bois de pin maritime à molinie (Molinia coerulea L. Moench). Annales des Sciences Forestières 48: 29-45. pdf

[02] Cochard H 1991. Vulnérabilité à la cavitation de quelques espèces forestières feuillues et résineuses : aspects méthodologiques, importance écophysiologique. Thèse 3ème Cycle, Université Paris Sud Orsay. 30pp + annexes. pdf



[01] Cochard H, Tyree MT 1990. Xylem dysfunction in Quercus : vessel sizes, tyloses, cavitation and seasonal changes in embolism. Tree Physiology 6: 393-407. pdf