Wason, J.W., C.R. Brodersen, and B.A. Huggett. 2019. The functional implications of the presence orabsence of intervessel connections across growth rings of four northern hardwood trees. Annals of Botany.

Furze, M.E., B.A. Huggett, E. Aubrecht, C. Stolz, M.S. Carbone, A.D. Richardson. 2018. Whole-tree nonstructural carbohydrate budgets and seasonal dynamics in five temperate species. New Phytologist, doi: 10.1111/nph.15462.

Wason, J.W., K. Anstreicher, N. Stephansky*, B.A. Huggett, C.R. Brodersen. 2018. Hydraulic safety margins and segmentation in roots, trunks, branches, and petioles of four northern hardwood trees. New Phytologist, 219.1 (2018): 77-88.

Tomlinson, P.B., A. Ricciardi*, and B.A. Huggett. 2018. Cracking the Omega code: hydraulic architecture of the cycad leaf axis. Annals of Botany, 121, 483-488. Cover Photo.

Huggett, B.A., and J.A. Savage, G.Y. Hao, E.L. Preisser, and N.M. Holbrook. 2018. Impact of hemlockwoolly adelgid (Adelges tsugae Annand) infestation on xylem structure and function and leaf physiology in eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis (L.) Carrière). Functional Plant Biology,

Magellan, T.M., M.P. Griffith, A. Ricciardi*, B.A. Huggett, and P.B. Tomlinson. 2018. A novel type of fiber in the leaves of the cycad Dioon. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 179, 231-240.

Wason, J.W., B.A. Huggett, C.R. Brodersen. 2017. MicroCT imaging as a tool to study vessel endings in situ. American Journal of Botany, 104(9): 1424-1430.

Magellan T.M., P.B. Tomlinson, B.A. Huggett. 2015. Stem anatomy in the spiny American palm Bactris (Arecaceae-Bactridinae), Hoehnea, 42(3): 567-579.

Richardson, A.D., M.S. Carbone, B.A. Huggett, M.E. Furze, C.I. Czimczik, J.C. Walker, X. Xu, P.G. Schaberg, and P. Murakami. 2015. Distribution and mixing of old and new nonstructural carbon in two temperate trees. New Phytologist, 206 (2): 590-597.

Wheeler, J.K., B.A. Huggett, A.N. Tofte*, F.E. Rockwell, and N.M. Holbrook. 2013. Cutting xylem under tension or supersaturated with gas can generate PLC and the appearance of rapid recovery from embolism. Plant, Cell and Environment, 36 (11): 1938-1949. Commentary: Cutting-edge research or cutting-edge artifact? An overdue control experiment complicates the xylem refilling story.

Giraldo, J.P., J.K. Wheeler, B.A. Huggett, and N.M. Holbrook. 2013. The role of leaf hydraulic conductance dynamics on the timing of leaf senescence. Functional Plant Biology, 41 (1): 37-47.

Tomlinson, P.B., and B.A. Huggett. 2012. Cell longevity and sustained primary growth in palm stems. American Journal of Botany, 99 (12): 1891-1902. Press: Featured article by the American Journal of Botany; EurekaAlert! AAAS.

Tomlinson, P. B., and B.A. Huggett. 2011. Partial shoot reiteration in Wollemia nobilis (Araucariaceae) does not arise from ‘axillary meristems’. Annals of Botany, 107 (6): 909-916.

Huggett, B.A., and P.B. Tomlinson. 2010. Aspects of vessel dimensions in the aerial roots of epiphytic Araceae. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 171 (4): 362-369.

Huggett, B.A., P.G. Schaberg, G.J. Hawley, and C. Eagar. 2007. Long-term calcium addition increases growth release, wound closure, and health of sugar maple (Acer saccharum) trees at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 37 (9): 1692-1700.


* = undergraduate student co-author