Peter M. Kopittke
Peter M. Kopittke
Associate Professor, The University of Queensland, School of Agriculture and Food Sciences
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TitleCited byYear
Evaluation of extractants for estimation of the phytoavailable trace metals in soils
NW Menzies, MJ Donn, PM Kopittke
Environmental pollution 145 (1), 121-130, 2007
Nanotechnology: a new opportunity in plant sciences
P Wang, E Lombi, FJ Zhao, PM Kopittke
Trends in plant science 21 (8), 699-712, 2016
Toxic effects of Pb2+ on growth of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata)
PM Kopittke, CJ Asher, RA Kopittke, NW Menzies
Environmental pollution 150 (2), 280-287, 2007
Fate of ZnO nanoparticles in soils and cowpea (Vigna unguiculata)
P Wang, NW Menzies, E Lombi, BA McKenna, B Johannessen, CJ Glover, ...
Environmental science & technology 47 (23), 13822-13830, 2013
Trace metal phytotoxicity in solution culture: a review
PM Kopittke, FPC Blamey, CJ Asher, NW Menzies
Journal of experimental botany 61 (4), 945-954, 2010
Effect of Cu Toxicity on Growth of Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata)
PM Kopittke, NW Menzies
Plant and Soil 279 (1-2), 287-296, 2006
A review of the use of the basic cation saturation ratio and the “ideal” soil
PM Kopittke, NW Menzies
Soil Science Society of America Journal 71 (2), 259-265, 2007
Identification of the primary lesion of toxic aluminum in plant roots
PM Kopittke, KL Moore, E Lombi, A Gianoncelli, BJ Ferguson, ...
Plant Physiology 167 (4), 1402-1411, 2015
In situ distribution and speciation of toxic copper, nickel, and zinc in hydrated roots of cowpea
PM Kopittke, NW Menzies, MD de Jonge, BA McKenna, E Donner, ...
Plant Physiology 156 (2), 663-673, 2011
Toxicities of soluble Al, Cu, and La include ruptures to rhizodermal and root cortical cells of cowpea
PM Kopittke, FPC Blamey, NW Menzies
Plant and Soil 303 (1-2), 217-227, 2008
Fast X-ray fluorescence microtomography of hydrated biological samples
E Lombi, MD de Jonge, E Donner, PM Kopittke, DL Howard, R Kirkham, ...
PloS one 6 (6), 2011
Plasma membrane surface potential: dual effects upon ion uptake and toxicity
P Wang, TB Kinraide, D Zhou, PM Kopittke, WJGM Peijnenburg
Plant Physiology 155 (2), 808-820, 2011
The effect of salinity on plant-available water
AR Sheldon, RC Dalal, G Kirchhof, PM Kopittke, NW Menzies
Plant and Soil 418 (1-2), 477-491, 2017
Silver sulfide nanoparticles (Ag2S-NPs) are taken up by plants and are phytotoxic
P Wang, NW Menzies, E Lombi, R Sekine, FPC Blamey, ...
Nanotoxicology 9 (8), 1041-1049, 2015
Toxic effects of Pb2+ on the growth and mineral nutrition of signal grass (Brachiaria decumbens) and Rhodes grass (Chloris gayana)
PM Kopittke, CJ Asher, FPC Blamey, NW Menzies
Plant and soil 300 (1-2), 127-136, 2007
Toxic effects of Cu2+ on growth, nutrition, root morphology, and distribution of Cu in roots of Sabi grass
PM Kopittke, CJ Asher, FPC Blamey, NW Menzies
Science of the Total Environment 407 (16), 4616-4621, 2009
Laterally resolved speciation of arsenic in roots of wheat and rice using fluorescence‐XANES imaging
PM Kopittke, MD de Jonge, P Wang, BA McKenna, E Lombi, DJ Paterson, ...
New Phytologist 201 (4), 1251-1262, 2014
Localization and Chemical Speciation of Pb in Roots of Signal Grass (Brachiaria decumbens) and Rhodes Grass (Chloris gayana)
PM Kopittke, CJ Asher, FPC Blamey, GJ Auchterlonie, YN Guo, ...
Environmental science & technology 42 (12), 4595-4599, 2008
Silver nanoparticles entering soils via the wastewater–sludge–soil pathway pose low risk to plants but elevated Cl concentrations increase Ag bioavailability
P Wang, NW Menzies, PG Dennis, J Guo, C Forstner, R Sekine, E Lombi, ...
Environmental science & technology 50 (15), 8274-8281, 2016
Prediction of Pb speciation in concentrated and dilute nutrient solutions
PM Kopittke, CJ Asher, NW Menzies
Environmental pollution 153 (3), 548-554, 2008
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