Plant and Soil

(The TQCC of Plant and Soil is 8. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Arsenic and cadmium accumulation in rice and mitigation strategies283
Selenium biofortification in the 21st century: status and challenges for healthy human nutrition115
Alleviation of salinity stress in plants by endophytic plant-fungal symbiosis: Current knowledge, perspectives and future directions93
Eco-functionality of organic matter in soils88
Microplastics in soil-plant system: effects of nano/microplastics on plant photosynthesis, rhizosphere microbes and soil properties in soil with different residues78
Root anatomy and soil resource capture72
Phytoextraction of high value elements and contaminants from mining and mineral wastes: opportunities and limitations62
Drought-tolerant plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria isolated from jujube (Ziziphus jujuba) and their potential to enhance drought tolerance58
Soil bacteria and fungi respond differently to plant diversity and plant family composition during the secondary succession of abandoned farmland on the Loess Plateau, China56
Flavonoids improve drought tolerance of maize seedlings by regulating the homeostasis of reactive oxygen species54
Root traits with team benefits: understanding belowground interactions in intercropping systems54
Changes in physicochemical properties, enzymatic activities, and the microbial community of soil significantly influence the continuous cropping of Panax quinquefolius L. (American ginseng)52
The soil phosphate fractionation fallacy49
Reductions in water, soil and nutrient losses and pesticide pollution in agroforestry practices: a review of evidence and processes49
Pseudomonas simiae WCS417: star track of a model beneficial rhizobacterium48
The role of hydrogen sulfide in plant alleviates heavy metal stress46
Bacteria and fungi differentially contribute to carbon and nitrogen cycles during biological soil crust succession in arid ecosystems46
Soil-plant-atmosphere interactions: structure, function, and predictive scaling for climate change mitigation46
Carbon and nitrogen mineralization differ between incorporated shoots and roots of legume versus non-legume based cover crops45
Soil plant-available phosphorus levels and maize genotypes determine the phosphorus acquisition efficiency and contribution of mycorrhizal pathway44
Plant functional group drives the community structure of saprophytic fungi in a grassland biodiversity experiment43
Leaf manganese concentrations as a tool to assess belowground plant functioning in phosphorus-impoverished environments43
How much carbon input is required to preserve or increase projected soil organic carbon stocks in German croplands under climate change?42
Differential effects of N addition on the stoichiometry of microbes and extracellular enzymes in the rhizosphere and bulk soils of an alpine shrubland40
How deep is the soil studied – an analysis of four soil science journals40
Intercropping legumes and cereals increases phosphorus use efficiency; a meta-analysis40
High ecosystem multifunctionality under moderate grazing is associated with high plant but low bacterial diversity in a semi-arid steppe grassland39
Resolving the mycorrhizal status of important northern hemisphere trees38
The effect of microbial inoculant origin on the rhizosphere bacterial community composition and plant growth-promotion37
Significance of root hairs at the field scale – modelling root water and phosphorus uptake under different field conditions37
Prospective evaluation of individual and consortia plant growth promoting rhizobacteria for drought stress amelioration in rice (Oryza sativa L.)37
The rhizosheath: from desert plants adaptation to crop breeding36
Fertilization effects on microbial community composition and aggregate formation in saline‐alkaline soil36
Effects of breeding history and crop management on the root architecture of wheat36
Bioaugmentation-assisted phytoremediation of manganese and cadmium co-contaminated soil by Polygonaceae plants (Polygonum hydropiper L. and Polygonum lapathifolium L.) and Enterobacter sp. FM-135
Belowground functioning of agroforestry systems: recent advances and perspectives34
Nitrogen placement at sowing affects root growth, grain yield formation, N use efficiency in maize33
Measurement of the effects of pH on phosphate availability33
Fungal Endophyte Improves Survival of Lolium perenne in Low Fertility Soils by Increasing Root Growth, Metabolic Activity and Absorption of Nutrients33
Evidence for a Dark Septate Endophyte (Exophiala Pisciphila, H93) Enhancing Phosphorus Absorption by Maize Seedlings33
Responses of C:N stoichiometry in plants, soil, and microorganisms to nitrogen addition32
Changes in soil phosphorus fractions following sole cropped and intercropped maize and faba bean grown on calcareous soil32
Verification of the biomass transfer hypothesis under moderate grazing across the Tibetan plateau: a meta-analysis32
Processes in submerged soils – linking redox potential, soil organic matter turnover and plants to nutrient cycling31
Changes in microbial biomass, community composition and diversity, and functioning with soil depth in two alpine ecosystems on the Tibetan plateau31
Comparisons with wheat reveal root anatomical and histochemical constraints of rice under water-deficit stress31
Navigating limitations and opportunities of soil phosphorus fractionation31
Plants increase silicon content as a response to nitrogen or phosphorus limitation: a case study with Holcus lanatus30
Biofortification of major crop plants with iron and zinc - achievements and future directions30
Soil organic nitrogen: an overlooked but potentially significant contribution to crop nutrition30
Physiological response of maize plants and its rhizospheric microbiome under the influence of potential bioinoculants and nanochitosan30
Long-term fencing decreases plant diversity and soil organic carbon concentration of the Zoige alpine meadows on the eastern Tibetan plateau29
Response of C, N, and P stoichiometry characteristics of Broussonetia papyrifera to altitude gradients and soil nutrients in the karst rocky ecosystem, SW China29
Positive impact of vermicompost leachate on salt stress resistance in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) at the seedling stage: a phytohormonal approach29
Linkages of litter and soil C:N:P stoichiometry with soil microbial resource limitation and community structure in a subtropical broadleaf forest invaded by Moso bamboo29
Physiological and molecular advances in magnesium nutrition of plants29
Transcriptome analysis of maize seedling roots in response to nitrogen-, phosphorus-, and potassium deficiency29
Distinguishing the effects of vegetation restoration on runoff and sediment generation on simulated rainfall on the hillslopes of the loess plateau of China28
Effects of land use change on turnover and storage of soil organic matter in a tropical forest28
A comparison between water uptake and root length density in winter wheat: effects of root density and rhizosphere properties28
The effects of climate on decomposition of cattle, sheep and goat manure in Kenyan tropical pastures28
What is a plant nutrient? Changing definitions to advance science and innovation in plant nutrition28
How does root biodegradation after plant felling change root reinforcement to soil?27
Intercropping with wheat suppressed Fusarium wilt in faba bean and modulated the composition of root exudates27
Plant uptake of nitrogen and phosphorus among grassland species affected by drought along a soil available phosphorus gradient27
The fertile island effect collapses under extreme overgrazing: evidence from a shrub-encroached grassland27
Ginsenosides in root exudates of Panax notoginseng drive the change of soil microbiota through carbon source different utilization26
The variation in soil water retention of alpine shrub meadow under different degrees of degradation on northeastern Qinghai-Tibetan plateau26
New soil carbon sequestration with nitrogen enrichment: a meta-analysis26
Phytolith-rich straw application and groundwater table management over 36 years affect the soil-plant silicon cycle of a paddy field26
Inconsistent responses of soil microbial community structure and enzyme activity to nitrogen and phosphorus additions in two tropical forests26
Biochar-based fertilizer effects on crop productivity: a meta-analysis26
Uptake of subsoil water below 2 m fails to alleviate drought response in deep-rooted Chicory (Cichorium intybus L.)26
Effect of anti-fungal compound phytosphingosine in wheat root exudates on the rhizosphere soil microbial community of watermelon26
Exotic Spartina alterniflora Loisel. Invasion significantly shifts soil bacterial communities with the successional gradient of saltmarsh in eastern China25
Interaction between endophytic Proteobacteria strains and Serendipita indica enhances biocontrol activity against fungal pathogens25
Different bacterial co-occurrence patterns and community assembly between rhizosphere and bulk soils under N addition in the plant–soil system25
Soil pH exerts stronger impacts than vegetation type and plant diversity on soil bacterial community composition in subtropical broad-leaved forests25
The contribution of plant traits and soil microbes to phosphorus uptake from low-phosphorus soil in upland rice varieties25
Tradeoffs among phosphorus-acquisition root traits of crop species for agroecological intensification25
SsHKT1;1 is coordinated with SsSOS1 and SsNHX1 to regulate Na+ homeostasis in Suaeda salsa under saline conditions25
Strong phosphorus (P)-zinc (Zn) interactions in a calcareous soil-alfalfa system suggest that rational P fertilization should be considered for Zn biofortification on Zn-deficient soils and phytoremed25
Persistent organic fertilization reinforces soil-borne disease suppressiveness of rhizosphere bacterial community24
Different responses of leaf and root traits to changes in soil nutrient availability do not converge into a community-level plant economics spectrum24
Assembly of rhizosphere microbial communities in Artemisia annua: recruitment of plant growth‐promoting microorganisms and inter‐kingdom interactions between bacteria and fungi24
Release of tartrate as a major carboxylate by alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) under phosphorus deficiency and the effect of soil nitrogen supply24
Root xylem in three woody angiosperm species is not more vulnerable to embolism than stem xylem24
Deep soil exploration vs. topsoil exploitation: distinctive rooting strategies between wheat landraces and wild relatives23
Fine roots benefit soil physical properties key to mitigate soil detachment capacity following the restoration of eroded land23
Reduced root mycorrhizal colonization as affected by phosphorus fertilization is responsible for high cadmium accumulation in wheat23
Enhancing plant N uptake with biochar-based fertilizers: limitation of sorption and prospects23
Fungal endophyte Epichloë bromicola infection regulates anatomical changes to account for salt stress tolerance in wild barley (Hordeum brevisubulatum)23
Shrub expansion in the Arctic may induce large‐scale carbon losses due to changes in plant‐soil interactions23
Effects of secondary succession on soil fungal and bacterial compositions and diversities in a karst area23
Phosphorus uptake and partitioning in two durum wheat cultivars with contrasting biomass allocation as affected by different P supply during grain filling23
Decomposition and temperature sensitivity of fine root and leaf litter of 43 mediterranean species23
Differential responses of litter decomposition to warming, elevated CO2, and changed precipitation regime23
The fertile island effect varies with aridity and plant patch type across an extensive continental gradient22
Heavy metals accumulation and translocation in native plants grown on tailing dumps and human health risk22
Quantifying country-to-global scale nitrogen fixation for grain legumes: I. Reliance on nitrogen fixation of soybean, groundnut and pulses22
Rhizosphere bacteria are more strongly related to plant root traits than fungi in temperate montane forests: insights from closed and open forest patches along an elevational gradient22
Phosphorus fertilization affects soybean rhizosphere phosphorus dynamics and the bacterial community in karst soils22
Microbial deterioration and restoration in greenhouse-based intensive vegetable production systems22
Interactions between cover crops and soil microorganisms increase phosphorus availability in conservation agriculture22
Aliphatic suberin confers salt tolerance to Arabidopsis by limiting Na+ influx, K+ efflux and water backflow22
Energy-based fibre bundle model algorithms to predict soil reinforcement by roots22
Molybdenum supply increases root system growth of winter wheat by enhancing nitric oxide accumulation and expression of NRT genes22
Response of bacterial communities and plant-mediated soil processes to nitrogen deposition and precipitation in a desert steppe21
A foliar Epichloë endophyte and soil moisture modified belowground arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal biodiversity associated with Achnatherum inebrians21
Simulating warmer and drier climate increases root production but decreases root decomposition in an alpine grassland on the Tibetan plateau21
Pseudomonas citronellolis strain SLP6 enhances the phytoremediation efficiency of Helianthus annuus in copper contaminated soils under salinity stress21
Physiological and proteomic responses of mangrove plant Avicennia marina seedlings to simulated periodical inundation21
Exploring the secrets of hyphosphere of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: processes and ecological functions21
The possible role of extra magnesium and nitrogen supply to alleviate stress caused by high irradiation and temperature in lemon trees21
Traits related to efficient acquisition and use of phosphorus promote diversification in Proteaceae in phosphorus‐impoverished landscapes21
Differential effects of grazing, water, and nitrogen addition on soil respiration and its components in a meadow steppe21
Streptomyces sp. LH 4 promotes plant growth and resistance against Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in cucumber via modulation of enzymatic and defense pathways21
Legumes increase grassland productivity with no effect on nitrous oxide emissions21
Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on leaf gas exchange response to progressive drought in barley and tomato plants with different endogenous ABA levels21
Short-term yak-grazing alters plant-soil stoichiometric relations in an alpine meadow on the eastern Tibetan Plateau21
Effects of intercropping on field-scale phosphorus acquisition processes in a calcareous soil20
Mycorrhizal impacts on root trait plasticity of six maize varieties along a phosphorus supply gradient20
Pearl millet genotype impacts microbial diversity and enzymatic activities in relation to root-adhering soil aggregation20
Nitrogen and phosphorus co-addition stimulates soil respiration in a subtropical evergreen broad-leaved forest20
Do plants use root-derived proteases to promote the uptake of soil organic nitrogen?20
Litter addition and understory removal influenced soil organic carbon quality and mineral nitrogen supply in a subtropical plantation forest20
Root foraging and avoidance in hyperaccumulator and excluder plants: a rhizotron experiment20
Organic fertilization increased soil organic carbon stability and sequestration by improving aggregate stability and iron oxide transformation in saline-alkaline soil20
Root respiration and biomass responses to experimental soil warming vary with root diameter and soil depth20
Imaging of plant current pathways for non-invasive root Phenotyping using a newly developed electrical current source density approach20
Silicon dynamics through the lens of soil-plant-animal interactions: perspectives for agricultural practices20
A critical question for the critical zone: how do plants use rock water?20
Intra-specific variation in zinc, cadmium and nickel hypertolerance and hyperaccumulation capacities in Noccaea caerulescens20
Linking leaf nutrient resorption and litter decomposition to plant mycorrhizal associations in boreal peatlands20
Field methods to study the spatial root density distribution of individual plants20
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal colonization and soil pH induced by nitrogen and phosphorus additions affects leaf C:N:P stoichiometry in Chinese fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata) forests20
Interactive regulation of root exudation and rhizosphere denitrification by plant metabolite content and soil properties20
Both the contribution of soil nitrogen and of biological N2 fixation to sugarcane can increase with the inoculation of diazotrophic bacteria20
Liming increases yield and reduces grain cadmium concentration in rice paddies: a meta-analysis20
Plant defense responses in monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous host plants during root-knot nematode infection19
Vertical fine-root distributions in five subalpine forest types shifts with soil properties across environmental gradients19
Enterobacter sp. FM-1 inoculation influenced heavy metal-induced oxidative stress in pakchoi (Brassica campestris L. ssp. Chinensis Makino) and water spinach (Ipomoea aquatic F.) cultivated in cadmium19
Co-occurrence network analyses of rhizosphere soil microbial PLFAs and metabolites over continuous cropping seasons in tobacco19
The enduring effects of sowing legume-rich mixtures on the soil microbial community and soil carbon in semi-arid wood pastures19
Quantifying country-to-global scale nitrogen fixation for grain legumes II. Coefficients, templates and estimates for soybean, groundnut and pulses19
Warm- and cold- season grazing affect plant diversity and soil carbon and nitrogen sequestration differently in Tibetan alpine swamp meadows19
Radicular and foliar uptake, and xylem- and phloem-mediated transport of selenium in maize (Zea mays L.): a comparison of five Se exogenous species19
Leaf litter quality coupled to Salix variety drives litter decomposition more than stand diversity or climate19
Hemicellulose modification promotes cadmium hyperaccumulation by decreasing its retention on roots in Sedum alfredii19
Plastic film mulch changes the microbial community in maize root-associated compartments19
Effects of cultivars, water regimes, and growth stages on cadmium accumulation in rice with different radial oxygen loss19
Soil potassium is correlated with root secondary metabolites and root-associated core bacteria in licorice of different ages19
Intercropping improves soil ecosystem multifunctionality through enhanced available nutrients but depends on regional factors19
Extracellular proteins of Trichoderma guizhouense elicit an immune response in maize (Zea mays) plants19
Lsi2: A black box in plant silicon transport19
Soil and climate affect foliar silicification patterns and silica-cellulose balance in sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum)19
Epichloë gansuensis endophyte-infection alters soil enzymes activity and soil nutrients at different growth stages of Achnatherum inebrians19
Quantitative and mechanistic insights into the key process in the rhizodeposited carbon stabilization, transformation and utilization of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus in paddy soil19
Biotic and abiotic effects on biocrust cover vary with microsite along an extensive aridity gradient19
Myxospermous seed-mucilage quantity correlates with environmental gradients indicative of water-deficit stress: Plantago species as a model19
Mixed-species plantations enhance soil carbon stocks on the loess plateau of China19
Induced systemic resistance -like responses elicited by rhizobia19
Distinct factors drive the assembly of quinoa-associated microbiomes along elevation18
Effect of the fodder species canola (Brassica napus L.) and daylily (Hemerocallis fulva L.) on soil physical properties and soil water content in a rainfed orchard on the semiarid Loess Plateau, China18
Lotus corniculatus-rhizobia symbiosis under Ni, Co and Cr stress on ultramafic soil18
Interaction of Mn and Cd during their uptake in Celosia argentea differs between hydroponic and soil systems18
Traits and their plasticity determine responses of plant performance and community functional property to nitrogen enrichment in a boreal peatland18
Chemotaxis of Bacillus cereus YL6 and its colonization of Chinese cabbage seedlings18
Productivity limiting impacts of boron deficiency, a review18
Aboveground litter inputs determine carbon storage across soil profiles: a meta-analysis18
Soil microbes become a major pool of biological phosphorus during the early stage of soil development with little evidence of competition for phosphorus with plants18
Are endophytes essential partners for plants and what are the prospects for metal phytoremediation?17
Plant species and season influence soil physicochemical properties and microbial function in a semi-arid woodland ecosystem17
Nitrogen fertilization increases fungal diversity and abundance of saprotrophs while reducing nitrogen fixation potential in a semiarid grassland17
Can precrops uplift subsoil nutrients to topsoil?17
Antimony-oxidizing bacteria alleviate Sb stress in Arabidopsis by attenuating Sb toxicity and reducing Sb uptake17
Pathways to persistence: plant root traits alter carbon accumulation in different soil carbon pools17
Arbuscular mycorrhiza contributes to the control of phosphorus loss in paddy fields17
Interactions between intercropped Avena sativa and Agropyron cristatum for nitrogen uptake17
Climate and vegetation together control the vertical distribution of soil carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus in shrublands in China17
Effect of silicon on morpho-physiological attributes, yield and cadmium accumulation in two maize genotypes with contrasting root system size and health risk assessment17
Effective methods of biofumigation: a meta-analysis17
Phosphorus addition regulates the responses of soil multifunctionality to nitrogen over-fertilization in a temperate grassland17
Moss biocrusts buffer the negative effects of karst rocky desertification on soil properties and soil microbial richness17
A quantitative review of soybean responses to waterlogging: agronomical, morpho-physiological and anatomical traits of tolerance17
Effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on redox homeostasis of rice under Cd stress17
Linking rhizosphere processes across scales: Opinion17
Introduction of broadleaf species into monospecific Cunninghamia lanceolata plantations changed the soil Acidobacteria subgroups composition and nitrogen-cycling gene abundances17
Soil and plant health in relation to dynamic sustainment of Eh and pH homeostasis: A review17
Nutrient enrichment and neopolyploidy interact to increase lifetime fitness of Arabidopsis thaliana17
Hydrogen sulfide is a crucial element of the antioxidant defense system in Glycine max–Sinorhizobium fredii symbiotic root nodules17
Identification of species traits enhancing yield in wheat-faba bean intercropping: development and sensitivity analysis of a minimalist mixture model17
Fine roots stimulate nutrient release during early stages of leaf litter decomposition in a Central Amazon rainforest16
Rhizosphere microbiome modulated effects of biochar on ryegrass 15N uptake and rhizodeposited 13C allocation in soil16
Differences in uptake and translocation of foliar‐applied Zn in maize and wheat16
Altered diversity and functioning of soil and root-associated microbiomes by an invasive native plant16
Litter stoichiometric traits have stronger impact on humification than environment conditions in an alpine treeline ecotone16
Root growth and turnover in perennial forages as affected by management systems and soil depth16
Diversity of endophytic bacteria and fungi in seeds of Elymus nutans growing in four locations of Qinghai Tibet Plateau, China16
Peanut plant growth was altered by monocropping-associated microbial enrichment of rhizosphere microbiome16
Short-term impact of crop diversification on soil carbon fluxes and balance in rainfed and irrigated woody cropping systems under semiarid Mediterranean conditions16
Variable responses of maize root architecture in elite cultivars due to soil compaction and moisture16
Physiological and morphological characterisation of Limonium species in their natural habitats: Insights into their abiotic stress responses16
Reducing methane emission by promoting its oxidation in rhizosphere through nitrogen-induced root growth in paddy fields16
Spectral Composition of Sunlight Affects the Microbial Functional Structure of Beech Leaf Litter During the Initial Phase of Decomposition16
Native and non-native trees can find compatible mycorrhizal partners in each other’s dominated areas16
Plant litter quality regulates soil eco-enzymatic stoichiometry and microbial nutrient limitation in a citrus orchard16
Plant-mediated rhizospheric interactions in intraspecific intercropping alleviate the replanting disease of Radix pseudostellariae16
Aboveground resource allocation in response to root herbivory as affected by the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis16
Variation in rare earth element (REE), aluminium (Al) and silicon (Si) accumulation among populations of the hyperaccumulator Dicranopteris linearis in southern China16
Quantifying citrate-enhanced phosphate root uptake using microdialysis16
Hydrogen sulfide mediates DNA methylation to enhance osmotic stress tolerance in Setaria italica L.16
Forest management to increase carbon sequestration in boreal Pinus sylvestris forests16
The main drivers of methane emissions differ in the growing and flooded fallow seasons in Mediterranean rice fields16
Responses of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Occurrence to Organic Fertilizer: A meta-analysis of field studies16
Seed and leaf-spray inoculation of PGPR in brachiarias (Urochloa spp.) as an economic and environmental opportunity to improve plant growth, forage yield and nutrient status16
Effects of plateau pikas’ foraging and burrowing activities on vegetation biomass and soil organic carbon of alpine grasslands16
Cd accumulation characteristics of Salvia tiliifolia and changes of rhizospheric soil enzyme activities and bacterial communities under a Cd concentration gradient16
Effect of nitrogen and phosphorus addition on litter decomposition and nutrients release in a tropical forest16
NAC transcription factors from Aegilops markgrafii reduce cadmium concentration in transgenic wheat16
Comparing the deep root growth and water uptake of intermediate wheatgrass (Kernza®) to alfalfa15
Conservation tillage regulates the assembly, network structure and ecological function of the soil bacterial community in black soils15
Changes of soil-rhizosphere microbiota after organic amendment application in a Hordeum vulgare L. short-term greenhouse experiment15
Plant diversity and species turnover co-regulate soil nitrogen and phosphorus availability in Dinghushan forests, southern China15
Biochar affects silicification patterns and physical traits of rice leaves cultivated in a desilicated soil (Ferric Lixisol)15
Pathogen infection influences a distinct microbial community composition in sorghum RILs15
Structural variability in the bulk soil, rhizosphere, and root endophyte fungal communities of Themeda japonica plants under different grades of karst rocky desertification15
Release from below- and aboveground natural enemies contributes to invasion success of a temperate invader15
Early effects of temperate agroforestry practices on soil organic matter and microbial enzyme activity15
Comparison of soil acidification rates under different land uses in Indonesia15
Contribution of root traits to variations in soil microbial biomass and community composition15
Belowground processes and sustainability in agroecosystems with intercropping15
Root reinforcement models: classification, criticism and perspectives15
Insight into the truffle brûlé: tripartite interactions between the black truffle (Tuber melanosporum), holm oak (Quercus ilex) and arbuscular mycorrhizal plants15
Metabolomics insights into the mechanism by which Epichloë gansuensis endophyte increased Achnatherum inebrians tolerance to low nitrogen stress15
Precipitation determines the magnitude and direction of interannual responses of soil respiration to experimental warming15
Field performance of different maize varieties in growth cores at natural and reduced mycorrhizal colonization: yield gains and possible fertilizer savings in relation to phosphorus application15
Nature restoration shifts the abundance and structure of soil nematode communities in subtropical forests15
Tomato grafting onto Torubamu (Solanum melongena): miR166a and miR395b reduce scion Cd accumulation by regulating sulfur transport15
Rhizosphere processes in nitrate-rich barley soil tripled both N2O and N2 losses due to enhanced bacterial and fungal denitrification15
Carbon management practices regulate soil bacterial communities in response to nitrogen addition in a pine forest15
Plant growth enhancement is not a conserved feature in the Caulobacter genus15
Studies on the aetiology of kiwifruit decline: interaction between soil-borne pathogens and waterlogging15
Strategies to acquire and use phosphorus in phosphorus-impoverished and fire-prone environments15
Bioaccumulation of vanadium (V), niobium (Nb) and tantalum (Ta) in diverse mangroves of the Indian Sundarbans15
Low soil phosphorus availability triggers maize growth stage specific rhizosphere processes leading to mineralization of organic P14
Mycorrhizal and rhizospheric fungal community assembly differs during subalpine forest restoration on the eastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau14
The roles of initial litter traits in regulating litter decomposition: a “common plot” experiment in a subtropical evergreen broadleaf forest14
Species richness and functional-trait effects on fine root biomass along a subtropical tree diversity gradient14
Variation in morphological and chemical traits of Mediterranean tree roots: linkage with leaf traits and soil conditions14
Changes of soil organic matter stability along altitudinal gradients in Tibetan alpine grassland14
Crop rotations differ in soil carbon stabilization efficiency, but the response to quality of structural plant inputs is ambiguous14
Effects of plant cultivars on the structure of bacterial and fungal communities associated with ginseng14
Root exudates increase phosphorus availability in the tomato/potato onion intercropping system14
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi acted synergistically with Bradyrhizobium sp. to improve nodulation, nitrogen fixation, plant growth and seed yield of mung bean (Vigna radiata) but increased the populati14
Different effects of sheep excrement type and supply level on plant and soil C:N:P stoichiometry in a typical steppe on the loess plateau14
The effects of pH on nutrient availability depend on both soils and plants14
Small-scale modelling of root-soil interaction of trees under lateral loads14
Estimating biological nitrogen fixation in field-grown soybeans: impact of B value14
The effect of soil properties on the relation between soil management and Fusarium wilt expression in Gros Michel bananas14
A 3-dimensional model of Pinus edulis and Juniperus monosperma root distributions in New Mexico: implications for soil water dynamics14
Soil bacterial communities vary with grassland degradation in the Qinghai Lake watershed14
Multiple scales of spatial heterogeneity control soil respiration responses to precipitation across a dryland rainfall gradient14
Linkage of fine and coarse litter traits to soil microbial characteristics and nitrogen mineralization across topographic positions in a temperate natural forest13
Biocontrol impact of AHL degrading actinobacteria on quorum sensing regulated virulence of phytopathogen Pectobacterium carotovorum subsp. carotovorum BR113
Does the lack of root hairs alter root system architecture of Zea mays?13
Different response of transient and persistent seed bank of alpine wetland to grazing disturbance on the Tibetan Plateau13
Metacaspase MC1 enhances aluminum-induced programmed cell death of root tip cells in Peanut13
A generic form of fibre bundle models for root reinforcement of soil13
Differential functional traits underlying the contrasting salt tolerance in Lepidium species13
Root density drives aggregate stability of soils of different moraine ages in the Swiss Alps13
Biomechanical properties of the growing and decaying roots of Cynodon dactylon13
Origin of carbon in agricultural soil profiles deduced from depth gradients of C:N ratios, carbon fractions, δ13C and δ15N values13
Impact of crop cultivation, nitrogen and fulvic acid on soil fungal community structure in salt-affected alluvial fluvo-aquic soil13
Carbon storage and plant-soil linkages among soil aggregates as affected by nitrogen enrichment and mowing management in a meadow grassland13
Biological soil crusts structure the subsurface microbiome in a sandy agroecosystem13
Potential applicability of a cyanobacterium as a biofertilizer and biopesticide in rice fields13
Bacterial diversity in tea plant (Camellia sinensis) rhizosphere soil from Qinling Mountains and its relationship with environmental elements13
Seasonal effects of intercropping on tree water use strategies in semiarid plantations: Evidence from natural and labelling stable isotopes13
Sensitivity of soil fungal and bacterial community compositions to nitrogen and phosphorus additions in a temperate meadow13
Design of efficient techniques for tomato leaf disease detection using genetic algorithm-based and deep neural networks13
Seasonal variations in plant nitrogen acquisition in an ectomycorrhizal alpine forest on the eastern Tibetan Plateau, China13
Natural variation of nickel, zinc and cadmium (hyper)accumulation in facultative serpentinophytes Noccaea kovatsii and N. praecox13
Linear relation between leaf xylem water potential and transpiration in pearl millet during soil drying13
Pre-Columbian soil fertilization and current management maintain food resource availability in old-growth Amazonian forests13
Peat-vermiculite alters microbiota composition towards increased soil fertility and crop productivity13
Different pioneer plant species have similar rhizosphere microbial communities13
Leaf and root traits, but not relationships among traits, vary with ontogeny in seedlings13
Drought alters plant‐soil feedback effects on biomass allocation but not on plant performance13
Root growth and presence of Rhizophagus irregularis distinctly alter substrate hydraulic properties in a model system with Medicago truncatula13
Host-specific and tissue-dependent orchestration of microbiome community structure in traditional rice paddy ecosystems13
Impacts of cover crops and nitrogen fertilization on agricultural soil fungal and bacterial communities13
The microbial community associated with pea seeds (Pisum sativum) of different geographical origins12
Variations in soil properties rather than functional gene abundances dominate soil phosphorus dynamics under short-term nitrogen input12
Hydraulic dysfunction due to root-exposure-initiated water stress is responsible for the mortality of Salix gordejevii shrubs on the windward slopes of active sand dunes12
Colonization status and community structure of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in the coniferous tree, Cryptomeria japonica, with special reference to root orders12
Peanut preinoculation with a root endophyte induces plant resistance to soil-borne pathogen Fusarium oxysporum via activation of salicylic acid-dependent signaling12
Brassica napus phyllosphere bacterial composition changes with growth stage12
Metabolic profiling of benzoxazinoids in the roots and rhizosphere of commercial winter wheat genotypes12
A genome‐wide analysis of NPF and NRT2 transporter gene families in bread wheat provides new insights into the distribution, function, regulation and evolution of nitrate transporters12
Effect of long-term destocking on soil fungal functional groups and interactions with plants12
NaCl improved Cd tolerance of the euhalophyte Suaeda glauca but not the recretohalophyte Limonium aureum12
Crops and their wild progenitors recruit beneficial and detrimental soil biota in opposing ways12
Root-rhizosphere-soil interactions in biopores12
Citrate synthesis and exudation confer Al resistance in alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.)12
Impact of rising body weight and cereal grain food processing on human magnesium nutrition12
Evidence of elemental homeostasis in fine root and leaf tissues of saplings across a fertility gradient in tropical montane forest in Hainan, China12
Novel plant-soil feedbacks drive adaption of invasive plants to soil legacies of native plants under nitrogen deposition12
Soil pH effects on phosphorus mobilization in the rhizosphere of Lupinus angustifolius12
Trees and herbaceous vegetation strips both contribute to changes in soil fertility and soil organism communities in an agroforestry system12
Bioactivity of two different humic materials and their combination on plants growth as a function of their molecular properties12
Some thoughts on silicon and carbon trade-offs in plants12
Associations among the communities of soil-borne pathogens, soil edaphic properties and disease incidence in the field pea root rot complex12
A significant increase in rhizosheath carboxylates and greater specific root length in response to terminal drought is associated with greater relative phosphorus acquisition in chickpea12
Influence and interaction of iron and lead on seed germination in upland rice12
Plasticity of barley in response to plant neighbors in cultivar mixtures12
Soil pH - nutrient relationships: the diagram12
Soil-litter mixing promotes decomposition and soil aggregate formation on contrasting geomorphic surfaces in a shrub-invaded Sonoran Desert grassland12
Encroachment of shrubs into subalpine grasslands in the Pyrenees changes the plant-soil stoichiometry spectrum12
Post-drought rewetting triggers substantial K release and shifts in leaf stoichiometry in managed and abandoned mountain grasslands12
Long-term maize-Desmodium intercropping shifts structure and composition of soil microbiome with stronger impact on fungal communities12
Silicon relieves aluminum‐induced inhibition of cell elongation in rice root apex by reducing the deposition of aluminum in the cell wall12
Soil arsenic but not rice arsenic increasing with arsenic in irrigation water in the Punjab plains of Pakistan12
Barley shoot biomass responds strongly to N:P stoichiometry and intraspecific competition, whereas roots only alter their foraging12
Magnesium alleviates aluminum toxicity by promoting polar auxin transport and distribution and root alkalization in the root apex in populus12
The volatile organic compounds of Floccularia luteovirens modulate plant growth and metabolism in Arabidopsis thaliana12
Optimizing root architecture and increasing transporter gene expression are strategies to promote selenium uptake by high-se accumulating rice cultivar12
Efficiency of phosphate-solubilizing bacteria to address phosphorus fixation in Takhli soil series: a case of sugarcane cultivation, Thailand12
Moderate disturbance increases the PLFA diversity and biomass of the microbial community in biocrusts in the Loess Plateau region of China12
Resource competition and allelopathy in two peat mosses: implication for niche differentiation12
Root proteome and metabolome reveal a high nutritional dependency of aluminium in Qualea grandiflora Mart. (Vochysiaceae)12
Intraspecific variations of anatomical, morphological and chemical traits in leaves and absorptive roots along climate and soil gradients: a case study with Ginkgo biloba and Eucommia ulmoides11
Direct and indirect effects of precipitation change and nutrients addition on desert steppe productivity in Inner Mongolia, northern China11
Nitrogen as a regulator for flowering time in plant11
Plant strategies to mine iron from alkaline substrates11
Fine root classification matters: nutrient levels in different functional categories, orders and diameters of roots in boreal Pinus sylvestris across a latitudinal gradient11
Resistance of steppe communities to extreme drought in northeast China11
Rhizobacteria associated with Miscanthus x giganteus improve metal accumulation and plant growth in the flotation tailings11
Evaluating lodgepole pine endophytes for their ability to fix nitrogen and support tree growth under nitrogen-limited conditions11
Nitrogen fertilizer increases grain zinc along with yield in high yield rice varieties initially low in grain zinc concentration11
Root rot-infected Sanqi ginseng rhizosphere harbors dynamically pathogenic microbiotas driven by the shift of phenolic acids11
Litter decomposition in European coniferous and broadleaf forests under experimentally elevated acidity and nitrogen addition11
Differences in ectomycorrhizal community assembly between native and exotic pines are reflected in their enzymatic functional capacities11
Afforestation of cropland fundamentally alters the soil fungal community11
Plants use water in the pores of rock fragments during drought11
Role of nanosilicab to boost the activities of metabolites in Triticum aestivum facing drought stress11
P2O5, K2O, CaO, MgO, and basic cations: pervasive use of references to molecules that do not exist in soil11
Visiting dark sides of model simulation of carbon stocks in European temperate agricultural soils: allometric function and model initialization11
Rice domestication influences the composition and function of the rhizosphere bacterial chemotaxis systems11
The contribution of atmospheric deposition of cadmium and lead to their accumulation in rice grains11
Crop diversification reinforces soil microbiome functions and soil health11
Understory vegetation removal reduces the incidence of non-additive mass loss during leaf litter decomposition in a subtropical Pinus massoniana plantation11
The potential of cover crops to increase soil organic carbon storage in German croplands11
Maize and soybean response to phosphorus fertilization with blends of struvite and monoammonium phosphate11
Inoculations with Pseudomonas fluorescens and Bacillus cereus affect the soil enzyme activity, growth and rhizosphere microbial diversity of Taxus chinensis var. mairei11
A comparison of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities among Bangladeshi modern high yielding and traditional rice varieties11
Contrasting rhizosphere soil nutrient economy of plants associated with arbuscular mycorrhizal and ectomycorrhizal fungi in karst forests11
Root water uptake under heterogeneous soil moisture conditions: an experimental study for unraveling compensatory root water uptake and hydraulic redistribution11
Can arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi mitigate drought stress in annual pasture legumes?11
Functional collembolan assemblages induce different plant responses in Lolium perenne11
Identification of barley genetic regions influencing plant–microbe interactions and carbon cycling in soil11
The γ-clade HD-Zip I transcription factor MdHB-7 regulates salt tolerance in transgenic apple (Malus domestica)11
Root hairs matter at field scale for maize shoot growth and nutrient uptake, but root trait plasticity is primarily triggered by texture and drought11
Magnesium isotope fractionation reflects plant response to magnesium deficiency in magnesium uptake and allocation: a greenhouse study with wheat11
Grouping tree species to estimate afforestation-driven soil organic carbon sequestration11
Effects of vegetation restoration on soil carbon dynamics in Karst and non-karst regions in Southwest China: a synthesis of multi-source data11
The effect of drought and intercropping on chicory nutrient uptake from below 2 m studied in a multiple tracer setup11
Mesh bags underestimated arbuscular mycorrhizal abundance but captured fertilization effects in a mesocosm experiment11
Nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in an ombrotrophic peatland: a benchmark for assessing change11
Overgrazing causes a reduction in the vegetation cover and seed bank of Patagonian grasslands11
Magnesium biofortification of Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum L.) via agronomy and breeding as a potential way to reduce grass tetany in grazing ruminants11
Variable root:shoot ratios and plant nitrogen concentrations discourage using just aboveground biomass to select legume service crops11
Litter inputs and phosphatase activity affect the temporal variability of organic phosphorus in a tropical forest soil in the Central Amazon11
Substantial changes in podzol morphology after tree‐roots modify soil porosity and hydrology in a tropical coastal rainforest11
Alleviating salt stress on seedings using plant growth promoting rhizobacteria isolated from the rhizosphere soil of Achnatherum inebrians infected with Epichloë gansuensis endophyte11
Plants colonizing volcanic deposits: root adaptations and effects on rhizosphere microorganisms11
Chemical fertilizer reduction with organic material amendments alters co-occurrence network patterns of bacterium-fungus-nematode communities under the wheat–maize rotation regime11
Isolation and characterisation of endophytic actinobacteria and their effect on the growth and nodulation of chickpea (Cicer arietinum)10
Rhizosphere priming effect on N mineralization in vegetable and grain crop systems10
Vertical variations in plant- and microbial-derived carbon components in grassland soils10
Is soil phosphorus fractionation as valuable as we think?10
Coupling nickel chemical speciation and isotope ratios to decipher nickel dynamics in the Rinorea cf. bengalensis-soil system in Malaysian Borneo10
Carbon and nitrogen cycling in a lead polluted grassland evaluated using stable isotopes (δ13C and δ15N) and microbial, plant and soil parameters10
Cross tolerance to phosphorus deficiency and drought stress in mungbean is regulated by improved antioxidant capacity, biological N2-fixation, and differential transcript accumulation10
Changes in species abundances with short-term and long-term nitrogen addition are mediated by stoichiometric homeostasis10
Exogenous boron alleviates growth inhibition by NaCl stress by reducing Cl− uptake in sugar beet (Beta vulgaris)10
Above-belowground interactions in alpine ecosystems on the roof of the world10
Partitioning of phosphorus between biochemical and storage compounds in leaves follows a consistent pattern across four Australian genera growing in native settings10
Land-use change has a greater effect on soil diazotrophic community structure than the plant rhizosphere in acidic ferralsols in southern China10
Precipitation patterns and N availability alter plant-soil microbial C and N dynamics10
The invasion of semiarid Mediterranean sites by Nicotiana glauca mediates temporary changes in mycorrhizal associations and a permanent decrease in rhizosphere activity10
Changes in soil phosphorus fractions in response to long‐term phosphate fertilization under sole cropping and intercropping of maize and faba bean on a calcareous soil10
Multifunctionality and microbial communities in agricultural soils regulate the dynamics of a soil-borne pathogen10
Overexpression of UDP-glycosyltransferase genes enhanced aluminum tolerance through disrupting cell wall polysaccharide components in soybean10
Impact of N application rate on tea (Camellia sinensis) growth and soil bacterial and fungi communities10
Going underground: soil hydraulic properties impacting maize responsiveness to water deficit10
Atmospheric impact of nitrous oxide uptake by boreal forest soils can be comparable to that of methane uptake10
Selenium activates components of iron acquisition machinery in oilseed rape roots10
A reduction in cadmium accumulation and sulphur containing compounds resulting from grafting in eggplants (Solanum melogena) is associated with DNA methylation10
Balancing litterfall and decomposition in cacao agroforestry systems10
Elevated CO2 promotes the acquisition of phosphorus in crop species differing in physiological phosphorus-acquiring mechanisms10
The decomposition rates of leaf litter and fine root and their temperature sensitivities are influenced differently by biotic factors10
A cool spot in a biodiversity hotspot: why do tall Eucalyptus forests in Southwest Australia exhibit low diversity?10
A hyperaccumulator plant Sedum alfredii recruits Cd/Zn-tolerant but not Pb-tolerant endospheric bacterial communities from its rhizospheric soil10
Root depth development in tropical perennial forage grasses is related to root angle, root diameter and leaf area10
Heterogeneity in short-term allocation of carbon to roots of Pinus tabuliformis seedlings and root respiration under drought stress10
Diazotrophic communities are more responsive to maize cultivation than phosphorus fertilization in an acidic soil10
Sulphur nutrition and iron plaque formation on roots of rice seedlings and their consequences for immobilisation and uptake of chromium in solution culture10
Diversity-productivity relationships vary in response to increasing land-use intensity10
Major contribution of grass roots to soil carbon pools and CO2 fluxes in a mesic savanna10
Response of soybean cyst nematode (Heterodera glycines) and root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.) to gradients of pH and inorganic salts10
Wheat-root associated prokaryotic community: interplay between plant selection and location10
Plants with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi efficiently acquire Nitrogen from substrate additions by shaping the decomposer community composition and their net plant carbon demand10
EDXRF for screening micronutrients in lentil and sorghum biofortification breeding programs10
Effect of bio-organic fertilizers partially substituting chemical fertilizers on labile organic carbon and bacterial community of citrus orchard soils10
Combination of humic biostimulants with a microbial inoculum improves lettuce productivity, nutrient uptake, and primary and secondary metabolism10
Bacillus megaterium strain WW1211 promotes plant growth and lateral root initiation via regulation of auxin biosynthesis and redistribution10
Legacy effects of nitrogen deposition on plant nutrient stoichiometry in a temperate grassland10
Global change alters peatland carbon cycling through plant biomass allocation10
Stem CH4 and N2O fluxes of Fraxinus excelsior and Populus alba trees along a flooding gradient10
Effects of Suillus luteus and S. bovinus on the physiological response and nutrient absorption of Pinus massoniana seedlings under phosphorus deficiency10
Imaging plant responses to water deficit using electrical resistivity tomography10
Metamodelling a 3D architectural root-system model to provide a simple model based on key processes and species functional groups10
Complementarity in nurse plant systems: soil drives community composition while microclimate enhances productivity and diversity10
Spatiotemporal responses of rice root architecture and anatomy to drought10
Short-term warming increases root-associated fungal community dissimilarities among host plant species on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau10
Effects of stocking rate on the interannual patterns of ecosystem biomass and soil nitrogen mineralization in a meadow steppe of northeast China10
Integrated study on subcellular localization and chemical speciation of Pb reveals root strategies for Pb sequestration and detoxification in Salix integra10
Influence of a plant biostimulant on the uptake, distribution and speciation of Se in Se-enriched wheat (Triticum aestivum L. cv. Pinzón)9
Post-translational regulation of plasma membrane H+-ATPase is involved in the release of biological nitrification inhibitors from sorghum roots9
Drought legacy in rhizosphere bacterial communities alters subsequent plant performance9
Microbial soil legacies of crops under different water and nitrogen levels determine succeeding crop performance9
Functionally divergent growth, biomass allocation and root distribution of two xerophytic species in response to varying soil rock fragment content9
On the modeling paradigm of plant root nutrient acquisition9
Long-term partial substitution of chemical fertilizer with green manure regulated organic matter mineralization in paddy soil dominantly by modulating organic carbon quality9
Roots and microbiome jointly drive the distributions of 17 phytohormones in the plant soil continuum in a phytohormone‐specific manner9
Effects of pioneer N2-fixing plants on the resource status and establishment of neighboring non-N2-fixing plants in a newly formed glacier floodplain, eastern Tibetan Plateau9
Regulative effect of imazethapyr on Arabidopsis thaliana growth and rhizosphere microbial community through multiple generations of culture9
Effect of post-harvest practices on greenhouse gas emissions in rice paddies: flooding regime and straw management9
Decomposition of woody debris in Mediterranean ecosystems: the role of wood chemical and anatomical traits9
Effect of tree species identity and related habitat parameters on understorey bryophytes – interrelationships between bryophyte, soil and tree factors in a 50-year-old experimental forest9
Tracing hotspots of soil erosion in high mountain environments: how forensic science based on plant eDNA can lead the way. An opinion9
Contrasting responses of plant above and belowground biomass carbon pools to extreme drought in six grasslands spanning an aridity gradient9
Effect of wheat cultivars with different resistance to Fusarium head blight on rhizosphere Fusarium graminearum abundance and microbial community composition9
Chronic and intense droughts differentially influence grassland carbon-nutrient dynamics along a natural aridity gradient9
Water sources of major plant species along a strong climatic gradient in the inland Heihe River Basin9
Effects of non-native tree plantations on the diversity of understory plants and soil macroinvertebrates in the Loess Plateau of China9
Magnesium decreases aluminum accumulation and plays a role in protecting maize from aluminum-induced oxidative stress9
The effects of soil phosphorus on aboveground biomass are mediated by functional diversity in a tropical cloud forest9
The responses of moss-associated nitrogen fixation and belowground microbial community to chronic Mo and P supplements in subarctic dry heaths9
Effects of simulated nitrogen deposition on Phyllostachys edulis (Carr.) seedlings under different watering conditions: is seedling drought tolerance related to nitrogen metabolism?9
Seasonal effects of altered precipitation regimes on ecosystem-level CO2 fluxes and their drivers in a grassland from Eastern Australia9
Effects of high metal concentrations on antioxidative system in Phragmites australis grown in mine and flotation tailings ponds9
Massive methane emission from tree stems and pneumatophores in a subtropical mangrove wetland9
Plant, soil and faunal responses to a contrived pH gradient9
Can root traits predict communities of soil nematodes in restored northern prairies?9
Optimizing the choice of service crops in vineyards to achieve both runoff mitigation and water provisioning for grapevine: a trait-based approach9
Ecological interactions among microbial functional guilds in the plant-soil system and implications for ecosystem function9
Climate change and ecological engineering jointly induced vegetation greening in global karst regions from 2001 to 20209
The effect of silicon fertilization and phosphate-solubilizing bacteria on chemical forms of silicon and phosphorus uptake by wheat plant in a calcareous soil9
Nitrification inhibitor 3,4-Dimethylpyrazole phosphate improves nitrogen recovery and accumulation in cotton plants by reducing NO3− leaching under 15N-urea fertilization9
Meta-analysis of the priming effect on native soil organic carbon in response to glucose amendment across soil depths9
Ectomycorrhizal utilization of different phosphorus sources in a glacier forefront in the Italian Alps9
Effects of mixed coniferous and broad-leaved litter on bacterial and fungal nitrogen metabolism pathway during litter decomposition9
Cyclic formation of zokor mounds promotes plant diversity and renews plant communities in alpine meadows on the Tibetan Plateau9
Transcriptome sequencing analysis of maize roots reveals the effects of substrate and root hair formation in a spatial context9
Nitrate uptake and carbon exudation – do plant roots stimulate or inhibit denitrification?9
Effect of soil aeration treatment on the physiological and biochemical characteristics of Phyllostachys praecox under the organic material mulching9
A core seed endophytic bacterial community in the hyperaccumulator Noccaea caerulescens across 14 sites in France9
Effect of foliar spraying of organic and inorganic selenium fertilizers during different growth stages on selenium accumulation and speciation in rice9
Root age influences failure location in grass species during mechanical testing9
Properties of root water transport in canola (Brassica napus) subjected to waterlogging at the seedling, flowering and podding growth stages9
X-ray fluorescence elemental mapping of roots, stems and leaves of the nickel hyperaccumulators Rinorea cf. bengalensis and Rinorea cf. javanica (Violaceae) from Sabah (Malaysia), Borneo9
Enclosure increases nutrient resorption from senescing leaves in a subalpine pasture9
Accumulation and partitioning of rare earth elements in olive trees and extra virgin olive oil from Adriatic coastal region9
Mowing increases fine root production and root turnover in an artificially restored Songnen grassland9
Intensive slurry management and climate change promote nitrogen mining from organic matter-rich montane grassland soils9
Na+/H+ antiporter (NHX1) positively enhances cadmium (Cd) resistance and decreases Cd accumulation in tobacco plants cultivated in Cd-containing soil9
A diversity of resistance sources to Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. pisi found within grass pea germplasm9
Grafting improves drought stress memory by increasing the P5CS1 gene expression in Brassica rapa9
The ‘europium anomaly’ in plants: facts and fiction9
Fine root dynamics and partitioning of root respiration into growth and maintenance components in cool temperate deciduous and evergreen forests8
Seasonal variation in AMF colonisation, soil and plant nutrient content in gypsum specialist and generalist species growing in P-poor soils8
The role of microbes in the increase of organic phosphorus availability in the rhizosheath of cover crops8
Histochemical and physicochemical studies reveal improved defense in tomato under Cd stress with rhizobacterial supplementation8
Utilisation of cover crops: implications for conservation agriculture systems in a mediterranean climate region of South Africa8
Comprehensive analysis of the mechanisms underlying enhanced growth and root N acquisition in rice by the endophytic diazotroph, Burkholderia vietnamiensis RS18
Tree‐induced alterations to soil properties and rhizoplane‐associated bacteria following 23 years in a common garden8
Root foraging and selenium uptake in the Australian hyperaccumulator Neptunia amplexicaulis and non‐accumulator Neptunia gracilis8
Spatial patterns in soil organic matter dynamics are shaped by mycorrhizosphere interactions in a treeline forest8
Uptake of silicon in barley under contrasting drought regimes8
Soil properties and substrate quality determine the priming of soil organic carbon during vegetation succession8
Stoichiometric impact of herbivore dung versus urine on soils and plants8
Biocrusts are associated with increased plant biomass and nutrition at seedling stage independently of root-associated fungal colonization8
Contrasting effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on nitrogen uptake in Leymus chinensis and Cleistogenes squarrosa grasses, dominants of the Inner Mongolian steppe8
Atractylodes lancea volatiles induce physiological responses in neighboring peanut plant during intercropping8
Development of ecosystem carbon stock with the progression of a natural mangrove forest in Yingluo Bay, China8
Land use effects on gross soil nitrogen transformations in karst desertification area8
Soil respiration in an irrigated oasis agroecosystem: linking environmental controls with plant activities on hourly, daily and monthly timescales8
Change in hydraulic properties of the rhizosphere of maize under different abiotic stresses8