Chantal D. Reid, Assistant Professor of the Practice  

Chantal D. Reid

As a physiological ecologist, my primary interests are to understand how environmental stresses on leaf gas exchange and plant carbon allocation control carbon gain, plant growth and reproduction. My research focuses on environmental factors likely to be affected by global change, particularly direct effect of carbon dioxide (CO2) and tropospheric ozone (O3) on physiology, and indirect effects on species interactions and distribution. My current research addresses two topics: i) the effects of environmental stress, including elevated CO2, on stomatal function, plant growth, and carbon allocation, and ii) controls on establishment of an invading species.

Education:
Ph.D., Duke University, 1990
M.S., San Diego State University, 1985
B.S., McGill University (Canada), 1981

Office Location: 137 Bio Sci, Durham, NC 27708
Office Phone: (919) 660-7378
Email Address: chantal@duke.edu

Specialties:
Ecology and Population Biology

Research Categories: Physiological ecology and global change

Research Description: As a physiological ecologist, my primary interests are to understand how environmental stresses on leaf gas exchange and plant carbon allocation control carbon gain, plant growth and reproduction. My research focuses on environmental factors likely to be affected by global change, particularly direct effect of carbon dioxide (CO2) and tropospheric ozone (O3) on physiology, and indirect effects on species interactions and distribution. My current research addresses two topics: i) the effects of environmental stress, including elevated CO2, on stomatal function, plant growth, and carbon allocation, and ii) controls on establishment of an invading species.

Recent Publications   (More Publications)   (search)

  1. S Lee, B Kross, J McKisson, JE McKisson, AG Weisenberger, W Xi, C Zorn, G Bonito, CR Howell, CD Reid, A Crowell, LC Cumberbatch, C Topp and MF Smith, Imaging corn plants with PhytoPET, a modular PET system for plant biology, IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record (January, Submitted, 2013) [doi]  [abs].
  2. AG Weisenberger, G Bonito, S Lee, JE McKisson, A Gryganskyi, CD Reid, MF Smith, G Vaidyanathan and B Welch, A radioisotope based methodology for plant-fungal interactions in the rhizosphere, IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record (January, Submitted, 2013) [doi]  [abs].
  3. S Lee, B Kross, J McKisson, JE McKisson, AG Weisenberger, W Xi, C Zorn, CR Howell, CD Reid and MF Smith, PhytoPET: Design and initial results of modular PET for plant biology, IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record (2012), pp. 1323-1325 [doi]  [abs].
  4. S Lee, H Dong, J McKisson, JE McKisson, AG Weisenberger, W Xi, CR Howell, CD Reid and MF Smith, Ethernet-based flash ADC for a plant PET detector system, IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record (2012), pp. 1320-1322 [doi]  [abs].
  5. AG Weisenberger, H Dong, B Kross, SJ Lee, J McKisson, JE McKisson, W Xi, C Zorn, CR Howell, AS Crowell, L Cumberbatch, CD Reid, MF Smith and A Stolin, Development of PhytoPET: A plant imaging PET system, IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record, vol. 2011 (2012), pp. 275-278 [doi]  [abs].