13. Holloway-Phillips M, Cernusak LA, Barbour MM, Song X, Cheesman A, Munksgaard N, Stuart-Williams H, Farquhar GD. Leaf vein fraction influences the Péclet effect and 18O enrichment in leaf water. Plant Cell and Environment DOI: 10.1111/pce.12792
12. Song X, Barbour MM. (2016) Leaf water oxygen isotope measurement by direct equilibration. New Phytologist DOI: 10.1111/nph.13962
11. Cernusak, LA; Barbour, MM; Stefan KA, Cheesman AW; English NB; Feild TS; Helliker, BR; Holloway-Phillips MM;Holtum JA; Kahmen A; McInerney FA, Munksgaard NC, Simonin KA, Song X, Stuart-Williams H, West JB,Farquhar GD. (2016) Stable isotope enrichment in leaf water of terrestrial plants. Plant Cell and Environment DOI: 10.1111/pce.12703
10. He M, Song X, Zhang K, Zhang Z, Chen N, Li X. (2016) Divergent variations in concentrations of chemical elements among shruborgans in a temperate desert. Scientific Reports 6: 20124.
9. Song X, Simonin KA, Loucos KE, Barbour MM. (2015) Modeling non-steady state isotope enrichment of cotton leaf water in a gas-exchange cuvette environment. Plant Cell and Environment 38: 2618-28.
8. Song X, Loucos KE, Simonin KA, Farquhar GD, Barbour MM. (2015) Measurements of transpiration isotopologues and leafwater to assess enrichment models in cotton. New Phytologist 206: 637-646.
7. Loucos KE, Simonin KA, Song X, Barbour MM. Observed relationships between leaf H218O Péclet effective lengthand leaf hydraulic conductance reflect assumptions in Craig-Gordon model calculations.Tree Physiology 35:16-26.
6. Barbour MM, Song X. (2014) Do tree ring stable isotope compositions faithfully record tree carbon/water dynamics? Tree Physiology 34: 792-795.
5. Song X, Clark KS, Helliker BR (2014). Interpreting species-specific variation in tree-ring oxygen isotope ratios among three temperate forest trees.Plant Cell and Environment 37: 2169-2182.
4. Song X, Farquhar GD, Gessler A, BarbourMM (2014) Turnover time of the non-structural carbohydrate pool influences d18O of leaf cellulose in castor bean. Plant Cell and Environment 37: 2500-2507.
3. Song X, Barbour MM, Farquhar GD, Vann DR, Helliker, BR. (2013) Transpiration rate relates to within- and across-species variations in effective path length in a leaf water model of oxygen isotope enrichment. Plant Cell and Environment 36:1338-1351.
# Featured in a commentary of the same issue: " The multifaceted relationship between leaf water 18O enrichment and transpiration rate" by Cernusak and Kahmen.
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2. Song X, Barbour MM, Saurer M, HellikerBR. (2011) Examining the large-scale convergence of photosynthesis-weighted tree leaf temperatures through stable oxygen isotope analysis of multiple datasets. New Phytologist 192(4):912-924.
1. Song X, Kristie DK, Reekie EG. (2009) Why does elevated CO2 affect time of flowering? An exploratory study using the photoperiodic flowering mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana. New Phytologist 181(2):339-346.