14. Song X. 2016. Environmental and genotypic variability in photosynthetic carbon discrimination and mesophyll conductance in barley. 4th international symposium on genetic improvement of crop yield. Wuhan, China. (invited)
13. Song X. 2016. Physiological and environmental controls of plant carbon and water dynamics: insight from isotope analysis. Department of Biology, Texas Tech University (invited)
12. Song X. 2016. Towards an improved understanding ofmechanistic controls of tree-ring oxygen isotope composition. Climate Change Science Institute, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA. (invited)
11. Song X. 2016. Physiological and environmental determinants of plant carbon and water dynamics: insight from isotope analysis. Department of Plant Sciences, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland (invited)
10. Song X and Barbour MM. 2015 Genotypic variability andtemperature response of mesophyll conductance in barley. ComBio Annual Conference, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. (invited)
9. Song X, Simonin KA, Loucos KE and Barbour MM. 2014 Estimating turnover time of leaf water pools using stable isotopes. ComBio Annual Conference, Canberra, ACT, Australia.
8. Song X. 2014. Leaf physiological explanations for within-and across-species variations in the Peclet pathlength (L) in a leaf water isotopic enrichment model. LI-COR Biosciences,Lincoln, NE, USA. (invited)
7. Song X. 2014. Stable carbon andoxygen isotopes in tree rings. Stable Isotopes in the Biosphere Workshop, Canberra, ACT, Australia.
6. Song X, Clark KS, Helliker BR.2014. Interpreting the variation in tree-ring oxygen isotope ratios among three co-occurring species in a temperate forest. 9th International Conferenceon Dendrochronology.Melbourn, VIC, Australia.
5. Song X, Clark KS, Helliker BR. 2012. Controls on interspecific variation in tree-ring oxygen isotopes among three codominant species in a temperate forest. 98th Ecological Society of America Annual Conference, Portland, OR.
4. Song X,Clark KS, Helliker BR. 2012. Microclimatic and physiological controls on tree-ringcellulose δ18O variation among co-occurring tree species in atemperate forest. Penn-Princeton-Rutgers Annual Ecological Conference, Philadelphia,PA
3. Song X, Helliker BR. 2011. Diurnal variations in leaf water δ18Oenrichment reveal dynamicrelationship between “Peclet path length (L)” and leaf transpiration. 97th Ecological Societyof America Annual Conference, Austin, TX.
2.Song X, Barbour MM, Saurer M, Helliker BR. 2010. Largescale convergence of tree leaf temperatures: evidencefrom stable oxygenisotope analysis of two datasets of tree wood cellulose collected worldwide. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
1.Song X, David KN, Reekie RG. 2008. Why does elevated CO2 affect time of flowering?An exploratory study using the photoperiod flowering mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana. 94th Ecological Society of America Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI.