Frank. W. Ewers; Professor and Chair, Biological Sciences Department, Cal Poly Pomona


Baas, P., Ewers F.W. , Davis S.D., Wheeler E.A.  2004.  Evolution of xylem physiology.  In: The Evolution of Plant Physiology.  Edited by A.R. Hemsley and I. Poole, Linnean Society Symposium Series number 21, Elsevier Academic Press, London, 273-295.

Angeles G., Owens S.A., Ewers  F.W.  2004.  Fluorescent shell:  a novel view of sclereid morphology with the confocal laser scanning microscope.  Microscopy Research and Technique (in press).  

Ewers F.W., López-Portillo J., Angeles G., Fisher J.B.  2004.  Hydraulic conductivity and embolism in the mangrove tree Laguncularia racemosaTree Physiology (in press).

Ewers F.W., Lawson M.C., Bowen*T.J., Davis S.D.  2003.  Freeze/thaw stress in Ceanothus of southern California chaparral.  Oecologia 136: 213-219.

Woodrum C.L., Ewers F.W., Telewski F.W.  2003.  Hydraulic, biomechanical and anatomical study of the xylem of five species of Acer (Aceraceae).  American Journal of Botany 90: 693-699.

Davis S.D., Ewers F.W., Sperry J.S., Portwood K.A., Crocker M.C., Adams G.C.  2002. Shoot dieback during prolonged drought in Ceanothus (Rhamnaceae) chaparral of California: a possible case of hydraulic failure.  American Journal of Botany 89:820-828.

Améglio T., Cochard H., Ewers F.W.  2001.  Stem diameter variations and cold hardiness in walnut trees.  Journal of Experimental Botany 52: 2135-2142.

Ewers F.W.Améglio T., Cochard H., Beaujard F., Martignac M., Vandame M., Bodet C., Cruiziat P.  2001.  Seasonal variation in xylem pressure of walnut trees: root and stem pressures.  Tree Physiology 21: 1123-1132.

Jaquish L.L.,Ewers F.W.  2001.  Seasonal conductivity and embolism in the roots and stems of two clonal ring-porous trees, Sassafras albidum (Lauraceae) and Rhus typhina (Anacardiaceae).  American Journal of Botany 88: 206-212.

Tibbetts T.J., Ewers F.W.  2000.  Root pressure and specific conductivity in temperate lianas:  exotic Celastrus orbiculatus (Celastraceae) versus native Vitis riparia (Vitaceae).  American Journal of Botany 87: 1272-1278.

López-Portillo J., Ewers F.W., Angeles G., Fisher J.B.  2000.  Hydraulic architecture of Monstera acuminata: evolutionary constraints of the hemiepiphytic growth form.  New Phytologist 145: 289-299.

Additional Publications can be found grouped by plant growth from or by sub-discipline below.


Plant Physiological Ecology

Trees Plant Hydraulic Architecture
Chaparral Shrubs Plant Developmental Anatomy