Michelle Watt
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Traits and selection strategies to improve root systems and water uptake in water-limited wheat crops
AP Wasson, RA Richards, R Chatrath, SC Misra, SVS Prasad, ...
Journal of experimental botany 63 (9), 3485-3498, 2012
Breeding for improved water productivity in temperate cereals: phenotyping, quantitative trait loci, markers and the selection environment
RA Richards, GJ Rebetzke, M Watt, AGT Condon, W Spielmeyer, ...
Functional Plant Biology 37 (2), 85-97, 2010
Proteoid roots. Physiology and development
M Watt, JR Evans
Plant Physiology 121 (2), 317-323, 1999
Brachypodium as a model for the grasses: today and the future
J Brkljacic, E Grotewold, R Scholl, T Mockler, DF Garvin, P Vain, T Brutnell, ...
Plant Physiology 157 (1), 3-13, 2011
Rates of root and organism growth, soil conditions, and temporal and spatial development of the rhizosphere
M Watt, WK Silk, JB Passioura
Annals of botany 97 (5), 839-855, 2006
Linking development and determinacy with organic acid efflux from proteoid roots of white lupin grown with low phosphorus and ambient or elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration
M Watt, JR Evans
Plant physiology 120 (3), 705-716, 1999
Large root systems: are they useful in adapting wheat to dry environments?
JA Palta, X Chen, SP Milroy, GJ Rebetzke, MF Dreccer, M Watt
Functional Plant Biology 38 (5), 347-354, 2011
Formation and stabilization of rhizosheaths of Zea mays L.(Effect of soil water content)
M Watt, ME McCully, MJ Canny
Plant Physiology 106 (1), 179-186, 1994
Numbers and locations of native bacteria on field‐grown wheat roots quantified by fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH)
M Watt, P Hugenholtz, R White, K Vinall
Environmental Microbiology 8 (5), 871-884, 2006
Soil conditions and cereal root system architecture: review and considerations for linking Darwin and Weaver
SM Rich, M Watt
Journal of experimental botany 64 (5), 1193-1208, 2013
Sense and nonsense in conservation agriculture: principles, pragmatism and productivity in Australian mixed farming systems
JA Kirkegaard, MK Conyers, JR Hunt, CA Kirkby, M Watt, GJ Rebetzke
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 187, 133-145, 2014
Evolution of bacterial communities in the wheat crop rhizosphere
S Donn, JA Kirkegaard, G Perera, AE Richardson, M Watt
Environmental microbiology 17 (3), 610-621, 2015
Mechanisms for cellular transport and release of allelochemicals from plant roots into the rhizosphere
LA Weston, PR Ryan, M Watt
Journal of experimental botany 63 (9), 3445-3454, 2012
Physiological traits and cereal germplasm for sustainable agricultural systems
RA Richards, M Watt, GJ Rebetzke
Euphytica 154 (3), 409-425, 2007
A wheat genotype developed for rapid leaf growth copes well with the physical and biological constraints of unploughed soil
M Watt, JA Kirkegaard, GJ Rebetzke
Functional Plant Biology 32 (8), 695-706, 2005
Plant and bacterial mucilages of the maize rhizosphere: comparison of their soil binding properties and histochemistry in a model system
M Watt, ME McCully, CE Jeffree
Plant and Soil 151 (2), 151-165, 1993
Rhizosphere biology and crop productivity—a review
M Watt, JA Kirkegaard, JB Passioura
Soil Research 44 (4), 299-317, 2006
Non-destructive quantification of cereal roots in soil using high-resolution X-ray tomography
RJ Flavel, CN Guppy, M Tighe, M Watt, A McNeill, IM Young
Journal of Experimental Botany 63 (7), 2503-2511, 2012
Types, structure and potential for axial water flow in the deepest roots of field‐grown cereals
M Watt, LJ Magee, ME McCully
New Phytologist 178 (1), 135-146, 2008
A rapid, controlled-environment seedling root screen for wheat correlates well with rooting depths at vegetative, but not reproductive, stages at two field sites
M Watt, S Moosavi, SC Cunningham, JA Kirkegaard, GJ Rebetzke, ...
Annals of Botany 112 (2), 447-455, 2013
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