Sandrine Isnard
Sandrine Isnard
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Moving with climbing plants from Charles Darwin's time into the 21st century
S Isnard, WK Silk
American Journal of Botany 96 (7), 1205-1221, 2009
Universal hydraulics of the flowering plants: vessel diameter scales with stem length across angiosperm lineages, habits and climates
ME Olson, T Anfodillo, JA Rosell, G Petit, A Crivellaro, S Isnard, ...
Ecology Letters 17 (8), 988-997, 2014
Diversity of mechanical architectures in climbing plants: an evolutionary perspective
N Rowe, S Isnard, T Speck
Journal of Plant Growth Regulation 23 (2), 108-128, 2004
Diversity of mechanical architectures in climbing plants: an ecological perspective
NP Rowe, S Isnard, F Gallenmüller, T Speck
Ecology and biomechanics: A mechanical approach to the ecology of animals …, 2006
Escaping the lianoid habit: Evolution of shrub‐like growth forms in Aristolochia subgenus Isotrema (Aristolochiaceae)
ST Wagner, S Isnard, NP Rowe, MS Samain, C Neinhuis, S Wanke
American Journal of Botany 99 (10), 1609-1629, 2012
Mechanical architecture and development in Clematis: implications for canalised evolution of growth forms
S Isnard, T Speck, NP Rowe
New Phytologist 158 (3), 543-559, 2003
Growth form evolution in Piperales and its relevance for understanding angiosperm diversification: an integrative approach combining plant architecture, anatomy, and biomechanics
S Isnard, J Prosperi, S Wanke, ST Wagner, MS Samain, S Trueba, ...
International Journal of Plant Sciences 173 (6), 610-639, 2012
How did the ultramafic soils shape the flora of the New Caledonian hotspot?
S Isnard, L L’huillier, F Rigault, T Jaffré
Plant and Soil 403 (1-2), 53-76, 2016
Growth Habit and Mechanical Architecture of the Sand Dune‐adapted Climber Clematis flammula var. maritima L.
S Isnard, N Rowe, T Speck
Annals of Botany 91 (4), 407-417, 2003
Present trans‐Pacific disjunct distribution of Aristolochia subgenus Isotrema (Aristolochiaceae) was shaped by dispersal, vicariance and extinction
F González, ST Wagner, K Salomo, L Symmank, MS Samain, S Isnard, ...
Journal of Biogeography 41 (2), 380-391, 2014
Tensioning the helix: A mechanism for force generation in twining plants
S Isnard, AR Cobb, NM Holbrook, M Zwieniecki, J Dumais
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1667), 2643-2650, 2009
Plant height and hydraulic vulnerability to drought and cold
ME Olson, D Soriano, JA Rosell, T Anfodillo, MJ Donoghue, EJ Edwards, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (29), 7551-7556, 2018
Biomechanics and development of the climbing habit in two species of the South American palm genus Desmoncus (Arecaceae)
S Isnard, T Speck, NP Rowe
American Journal of Botany 92 (9), 1444-1456, 2005
Major trends in stem anatomy and growth forms in the perianth-bearing Piperales, with special focus on Aristolochia
ST Wagner, L Hesse, S Isnard, MS Samain, J Bolin, E Maass, C Neinhuis, ...
Annals of botany 113 (7), 1139-1154, 2014
New Caledonia: a Pleistocene refugium for rain forest lineages of relict angiosperms
R Pouteau, S Trueba, TS Feild, S Isnard
Journal of biogeography 42 (11), 2062-2077, 2015
The climbing habit in palms: biomechanics of the cirrus and flagellum
S Isnard, NP Rowe
American Journal of Botany 95 (12), 1538-1547, 2008
Mechanical role of the leaf sheath in rattans
S Isnard, NP Rowe
New Phytologist 177 (3), 643-652, 2008
Vulnerability to xylem embolism as a major correlate of the environmental distribution of rain forest species on a tropical island
S Trueba, R Pouteau, F Lens, TS Feild, S Isnard, ME Olson, S Delzon
Plant, Cell & Environment 40 (2), 277-289, 2017
Stem biomechanics of the giant moss Dendroligotrichum dendroides sl and its significance for growth form diversity in mosses
L Frenzke, S Wanke, S Isnard, A Stoll, C Neinhuis, NP Rowe
Journal of Bryology 33 (3), 229-236, 2011
Biomechanics of climbing palms and how they climb
N Rowe, S Isnard
Plant signaling & behavior 4 (9), 875-877, 2009
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