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Alan Robson
Alan Robson
Emeritus Professor Plant Nutrition
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External hyphae of vesicular‐arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with Trifolium subterraneum L. 1. Spread of hyphae and phosphorus inflow into roots
I Jakobsen, LK Abbott, AD Robson
New Phytologist 120 (3), 371-380, 1992
1222*1992
Factors influencing the occurrence of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizas
LK Abbott, AD Robson
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 35 (2-3), 121-150, 1991
5431991
The role of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in agriculture and the selection of fungi for inoculation
LK Abbott, AD Robson
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 33 (2), 389-408, 1982
4331982
The effect of VA mycorrhizae on plant growth
LK Abbott, AD Robson
VA mycorrhiza, 113-130, 2018
4232018
The effect of phosphorus on the formation of hyphae in soil by thevesicular‐arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus, Glomus fasciculatum
LK Abbott, AD Robson, G DE BOER
New Phytologist 97 (3), 437-446, 1984
4201984
Soil disturbance reduces the infectivity of external hyphae of vesicular—arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
DA Jasper, LK Abbott, AD Robson
New Phytologist 112 (1), 93-99, 1989
3271989
The effect of soil disturbance on vesicular—arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in soils from different vegetation types
DA Jasper, LK Abbott, AD Robson
New Phytologist 118 (3), 471-476, 1991
3191991
Interactions between nutrients in higher plants
AD Robson, MG Pitman
Inorganic plant nutrition, 147-180, 1983
3091983
Formation of external hyphae in soil by four species of vesicular‐arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
LK Abbott, AD Robson
New Phytologist 99 (2), 245-255, 1985
2951985
Phosphorus toxicity as a factor in zinc‐phosphorus interactions in plants
JF Loneragan, TS Grove, AD Robson, K Snowball
Soil Science Society of America Journal 43 (5), 966-972, 1979
2761979
Relative toxicities of inorganic aluminum complexes to barley
RS Cameron, GSP Ritchie, AD Robson
Soil Science Society of America Journal 50 (5), 1231-1236, 1986
2641986
Phosphorus and the formation of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizas
DA Jasper, AD Robson, LK Abbott
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 11 (5), 501-505, 1979
2491979
Effects of phosphorus on the formation of mycorrhizas by Gigaspora calospora and Glomus fasciculatum in relation to root carbohydrates
BD Thomson, AD Robson, LK Abbott
New Phytologist 103 (4), 751-765, 1986
2481986
Growth stimulation of subterranean clover with vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizas
LK Abbott, AD Robson
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 28 (4), 639-649, 1977
2421977
65Zn uptake in subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum L.) by three vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a root-free sandy soil
B Bürkert, A Robson
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 26 (9), 1117-1124, 1994
2381994
Effects of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza on the availability of iron phosphates to plants
NS Bolan, AD Robson, NJ Barrow
Plant and Soil 99 (2), 401-410, 1987
2311987
Leaf Emergence, Tiller Growth, and Apical Development of Nitrogen‐Dificient Spring Wheat
N Longnecker, EJM Kirby, A Robson
Crop Science 33 (1), 154-160, 1993
2161993
Hyphae of a vesicular—arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus maintain infectivity in dry soil, except when the soil is disturbed
DA Jasper, LK Abbott, AD Robson
New Phytologist 112 (1), 101-107, 1989
2051989
Field survey of the distribution of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in relation to soil pH
WM Porter, AD Robson, LK Abbott
Journal of Applied Ecology, 659-662, 1987
2041987
Growth of subterranean clover in relation to the formation of endomycorrhizas by introduced and indigenous fungi in a field soil
LK Abbott, AD Robson
New phytologist 81 (3), 575-585, 1978
2001978
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