Juliana S. Medeiros, PhD

Plant Biologist

Plant Physiology

Education

  • Ph.D. | 2009 | University of New Mexico
  • M.S. | 2003 | University of New Mexico
  • B.S. | 2000 | University of New Mexico

Adjunct Appointments

  • Adjunct Assistant Professor
    Kent State University
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor
    Case Western Reserve University

Research Interests

My research focuses on plant anatomical and physiological acclimation and adaptations to the abiotic environment. I am interested in how phenotypic and genetic variation in plant form and function interact with variation in climate over space and time to drive ecological patterns and the evolution of plant diversity. I focus primarily on plant hydraulic traits, including xylem water transport, leaf gas exchange and the integration of leaf and xylem function.  Click here to learn more about research in my lab: Medeiros Lab Webpage

Select Publications

  • Long RW, D Ward, C Baker and JS Medeiros. In Press. Some like it dry: Differences in water use strategies between historic and range expanding populations of Juniperus virginiana. International Journal of Plant Sciences.
  • Danielson SC, R Mascia, M Metzger, KL Stuble and JS Medeiros. 2023. Stress-resistant tress are more common in urban than rural forests: A case study of Cleveland, Ohio’s natural parks. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 82: 127864.
  • Medeiros JS, MA Mann, JH Burns, SR Kyker and DJ Burke. 2022. Host ancestry and morphology differentially influence bacterial and fungal community structure of Rhododendron leaves, roots, and soil. Botany 100: 449-460.
  • Long R and JS Medeiros. 2020. Water in, water out: root form influences leaf function. New Phytologist 229: 1186-1188.
  • Caruso CM, CM Mason and JS Medeiros. 2020. The evolution of functional traits in plants: is the giant still sleeping? International Journal of Plant Sciences 181: 1-8.
  • Medeiros JS, CR Hewins, AW Baumgardner and JH Burns. 2020. Shifts in phenology and plant architecture across genus Rhododendron highlight different ways to become more acquisitive despite universally conservative xylem anatomy. International Journal of Plant Sciences. 181: 103-115.
  • Kattge J…JS Medeiros…et al. 2019. TRY plant trait database – enhanced coverage and open access. Global Change Biology 26: 119-188.
  • Medeiros JS, Y Liu and JH Burns. 2019. The unique value of genus Rhododendron for investigating the evolutionary ecology of root-microbe interactions. Rhododendrons International 3: 66-81.
  • Medeiros JS and E Nilsen. 2019. The Rhododendron Research Network: Promoting and enhancing Rhododendron research through interdisciplinary collaboration and public engagement. Rhododendrons International 3: 1-7.
  • Medeiros JS, F Lens, S Jansen and H Maherali. 2019. Vestured pits and scalariform perforation plate morphology modify the relationships between angiosperm vessel traits, climate and maximum plant height. New Phytologist 221: 1802-1813.

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