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45. Viscous energy dissipation in slender channels with porous or semipermeable walls, H. Rademaker, K. H. Jensen, and T. Bohr, Physical Review E (accepted, 2021)

44. Plasmodesmata and the problems with size: interpreting the confusion (Humboldt Review), W. Peters, K. H. Jensen, H. A. Stone, and M. Knoblauch, Journal of Plant Physiology 257, 153341 (2021) journal


43. Bending and stretching of soft pores enable passive control of fluid flows, J-F. Louf, J. Knoblauch, and K. H. Jensen, Physical Review Letters 125, 098101(2020) journal

42. Universal elastic mechanism for stinger design Jensen, K. H., J. Knoblauch, A. Christensen, K. S. Haaning, and K. Park. Nature Physics (2020) journal press

41. Directionality of plasmodesmata-mediated transport in Arabidopsisleaves supports auxin channeling Chen Gao, Xiangdong Liu, Nico de Storme, Kaare H. Jensen, Qiyu Xu, Jintao Yang, Xiaohui Liu, Shaolin Chen, Helle Juel Martens, Alexander Schulz, Johannes Liesche. Current Biology 30(10), (2020) journal

40. Viscous flow in a slit between two elastic plates. Anneline H. Christensen and Kaare H. Jensen. Phys. Rev. Fluids 5, 044101 (2020) journal


39. A design principle of root length distribution of plants. Yeonsu Jung, Keunhwan Park, Kaare H. Jensen, Wonjung Kim and Ho-Young Kim. J. Roy. Soc. Interface 16(161), 20190556 (2019) journal

38. Fungal artillery of zombie flies: infectious spore dispersal using a soft water cannon. Jolet de Ruiter, Sif Fink Arnbjerg-Nielsen, Pascal Herren, Freja Høier, Henrik Hjarvard de Fine Licht & Kaare H. Jensen. J. Roy. Soc. Interface 16(159), 20190448 (2019) journal, NY Times

37. Controlling intercellular flow through mechanosensitive plasmodesmata nanopores. Park, K., Knoblauch, J., Oparka, K., & Jensen, K. H. Nature communications, 10(1), 1-7. (2019) journal

36. Pressure-driven flow across a hyperelastic porous membrane. Song, R., Stone, H. A., Jensen, K. H., & Lee, J. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 871, 742-754. (2019) journal

35. Modeling the Hydraulic Conductivity of Phloem Sieve Elements. Jensen, K. H. In Phloem (pp. 339-344). Springer (2019) publisher

34. Drying of channels by evaporation through a permeable medium
B. Dollet, J. Louf, Mathieu, K. H. Jensen, and P. Marmottant. J. Roy. Soc. Interface 16: 20180690 (2019) journal


33. Imbibition in plant seeds
J. Louf, Y. Zheng, A. Kumar, T. Bohr, C. Gundlach, J. Harholt, H. F. Poulsen, and K. H. Jensen. Physical Review E 98, 042403 (2018) journal pdf arXiv

32. Xylem functioning, dysfunction and repair: A physical perspective and implications to phloem transport
W. Konrad, G. Katul, A. Roth-Nebelsick, and K. H. Jensen. Tree Physiology (2018) journal pdf

31. Phloem physics: mechanisms, constraints, and perspectives
K. H. Jensen. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 43:96-100 (2018) journal pdf

30. Viscous flow in a soft valve
K. Park, Aude Tixier, A. H. Christensen, S. F. Arnbjerg-Nielsen, M. A. Zwieniecki, and K. H. Jensen. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 836 doi:10.1017/jfm.2017.805 (2018) journal pdf


Transport Phenomena and the limits of life in the Biosphere J. J. Finnigan, K. H. Jensen, G.G. Katul, W. Konrad, C. Manes, S. Manzon, M. Mauder, N. Ruehr, and H.P. Schmid  VGöD 28 (2), 2017 journal pdf

29. Maintenance of carbohydrate transport in tall trees  (Nature Plants commentary)
J. A. Savage, S. D. Beecher,L. Clerx, J. T. Gersony, J. Knoblauch, J. M. Losada, K. H. Jensen, M. Knoblauch and N. M. Holbrook. Nature Plants 3, 965–972 (2017) journal pdf-readonly

28.  Transient flows in active porous media
L. I. Kosmidis and K. H. Jensen. Physical Review E 95, 062608 (2017) journal arXiv pdf

27. On the size of conifer needles ( commentary)
H. Rademaker, M. A. Zwieniecki, T. Bohr and K. H. Jensen. Physical Review E  95, 042402 (2017) journal pdf

26. Passive phloem loading and long-distance transport in a synthetic tree-on-a-chip
J. Comtet, K. H. Jensen, R. Turgeon, A. D. Stroock and A. Hosoi. Nature Plants 3 17032 (2017) journal pdf-readonly

25. Phloem unloading in Arabidopsis roots is convective and regulated by the phloem-pole pericycle
T. J. Ross-Elliott, K. H. Jensen et al. eLife 2017;10.7554/eLife.24125 (2017) journal pdf


24. Stomatal design principles in synthetic and real leaves (, Royal Society Publishing Blog commentary)
M. A. Zwieniecki, K. S. Haaning, C. K. Boyce, and K. H. Jensen. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 13: 20160535 (2016) journal pdf

23. Sap flow and sugar transport in plants 
K. H. Jensen, K. Berg-Sørensen, H. Bruus, N. M. Holbrook, J. Liesche, A. Schulz, M. A. Zwieniecki, and T. Bohr. Reviews of Modern Physics 88, 035007 (2016) journal pdf

22. Pollen, water, and wind: Chaotic mixing in a puddle of water K. H. Jensen. Physical Review Fluids 1, 050507 (2016) journal pdf 

21. Testing the Münch hypothesis of long distance phloem transport in plants (eLife commentaryNature Plants commentary)
M. Knoblauch, J. Knoblauch, D. L. Mullendore, J. A. Savage, B. A. Babst, S. D. Beecher, A. C. Dodgen , K. H. Jensen, and N. M. Holbrook. eLife 5:e15341 (2016) journal pdf


20. Convergent evolution of vascular optimization in kelp (Laminariales)
S. Tepler, K. H. Jensen, P. Prentice, and J. Pittermann. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282:20151667 (2015) journal pdf

Sap K. H. Jensen, in The Oxford Companion to Sugar and Sweets, D. Goldstein (Ed.). Oxford University Press (2015) publisher Amazon

19. Slower phloem transport in gymnosperm trees can be attributed to higher sieve element resistance
J. Liesche, C. Windt, T. Bohr, A. Schulz, and K. H. Jensen. Tree Physiology doi: 10.1093/treephys/tpv020 (2015) journal pdf

18. Scaling of phloem structure and optimality of photoassimilate transport in conifer needles
H. Ronellenfitsch, J. Liesche, K. H. Jensen, N. M. Holbrook, A. Schulz, E. Katifori. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282:20141863 (2015) arXiv journal pdf


17. Pico gauges for minimally invasive intracellular hydrostatic pressure measurements
J. Knoblauch, D. L. Mullendore, K. H. Jensen, and M. Knoblauch. Plant Physiology 166(3) 1271-1279 (2014) journal pdf

16. Flow rate through microfilters: influence of the pore size distribution, hydrodynamic interactions, wall slip, and inertia
K. H. Jensen, A. X. C. N Valente, and H. A. Stone. Physics of Fluids 26, 052004 (2014) pdf

15. Measurement of Flow Velocity and Inference of Liquid Viscosity in a Microfluidic Channel by Fluorescence Photobleaching
K. H. Jensen, N. Carroll, S. Parsa, M. Holbrook, and D. A. Weitz. Langmuir 30(16), 4868–4874 (2014) pdf


14. Efficiency of osmotic pipe flows
K. H. Jensen, L. S. Haaning, C. Hélix-Nielsen, K. Berg-Sørensen, T. Bohr. Physical Review E 87, 053019 (2013) pdf

13. Optimal concentrations in transport systems 
K. H. Jensen, W. Kim, N. M. Holbrook, and J. M. W. Bush. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 10(83) 20130138 (2013) pdf

12. Optimal concentration for sugar transport in plants
K. H. Jensen, J. A. Savage, and N. M. Holbrook. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 10(83) 20130055 (2013) pdf

11. Physical Limits to Leaf Size in Tall Trees
K. H. Jensen and M. A. Zwieniecki. Physical Review Letters 110, 018104 (2013) pdf


10. Modeling the hydrodynamics of phloem sieve plates
K. H. Jensen, D. L. Mullendore, N. M. Holbrook, T. Bohr, M. Knoblauch and H. Bruus. Frontiers in Plant Science: Plant Biophysics and Modeling 3, 151 (2012) pdf

9. Analytic solutions and universal properties of sugar loading models in Munch phloem flow
K. H. Jensen, K. Berg-Sørensen, S. M. M. Friis and T. Bohr. Journal of Theoretical Biology 304, 286–296 (2012) pdf

8. Universality of phloem transport in seed plants
K. H. Jensen, J. Liesche, T. Bohr and A. Schulz. Plant Cell & Environment 35(6), 1065–1076 (2012) pdf


7. Phloem Ultrastructure and Pressure Flow: Sieve-Element-Occlusion-Related Agglomerations Do Not Affect Translocation
D. R. Froelich, D. L. Mullendore, K. H. Jensen, T. J. Ross-Elliott, J. A. Anstead, G. A. Thompson, H. C. Pelissier, and M. Knoblauch, Plant Cell 23, 4428-4445 (2011) pdf

6. Optimality of the Münch mechanism for translocation of sugars in plants
K. H. Jensen, J. Lee, T. Bohr, H. Bruus, N. M. Holbrook, and M. A. Zwieniecki. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 8, 1155-1165 (2011) pdf


5. Self-consistent unstirred layers in osmotically driven flows
K. H. Jensen, T. Bohr, and H. Bruus. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 662, 197-208 (2010) pdf

4. Osmotically driven pipe flows and their relation to sugar transport in plants
K. H. Jensen, E. Rio, R. Hansen, C. Clanet and T. Bohr. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 636, 371-396 (2009) pdf

3. Osmotically driven flows in microchannels separated by a semipermeable membrane
K. H. Jensen, J. Lee, T. Bohr, and H. Bruus. Lab on a Chip 9, 2093-2099 (2009) pdf

2. Slow-light enhanced light–matter interactions with applications to gas sensing
K. H. Jensen, M.N. Alam, B. Scherer, A. Lambrecht and N.A. Mortensen, Optics Communications 281(21) 5335-5339 (2008) pdf

1. Polygons on a Rotating Fluid Surface
T. R. N. Jansson, M. P. Haspang, K. H. Jensen, P. Hersen, and T. Bohr. Physical Review Letters 96, 174502 (2006) pdf