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TitleCited byYear
13C natural abundance in plant communities along a rainfall gradient: a biological integrator of water availability
GR Stewart, MH Turnbull, S Schmidt, PD Erskine
Functional Plant Biology 22 (1), 51-55, 1995
Plants can use protein as a nitrogen source without assistance from other organisms
C Paungfoo-Lonhienne, TGA Lonhienne, D Rentsch, N Robinson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (11), 4524, 2008
Transporters for uptake and allocation of organic nitrogen compounds in plants
D Rentsch, S Schmidt, M Tegeder
Febs Letters 581 (12), 2281-2289, 2007
Spatial and temporal variation of nitrous oxide and methane flux between subtropical mangrove sediments and the atmosphere
DE Allen, RC Dalal, H Rennenberg, RL Meyer, S Reeves, S Schmidt
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 (2), 622-631, 2007
Subantarctic Macquarie Island–a model ecosystem for studying animal-derived nitrogen sources using 15 N natural abundance
PD Erskine, DM Bergstrom, S Schmidt, GR Stewart, CE Tweedie, ...
Oecologia 117 (1), 187-193, 1998
Effect of nitrogen fertilizer management and waterlogging on nitrous oxide emission from subtropical sugarcane soils
DE Allen, G Kingston, H Rennenberg, RC Dalal, S Schmidt
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 136 (3-4), 209-217, 2010
Glycine metabolism by plant roots and its occurrence in Australian plant communities
S Schmidt, GR Stewart
Functional Plant Biology 26 (3), 253-264, 1999
Waterlogging and fire impacts on nitrogen availability and utilization in a subtropical wet heathland (wallum)
S Schmidt, GR Stewart
Plant, Cell & Environment 20 (10), 1231-1241, 1997
Nitrate Paradigm Does Not Hold Up for Sugarcane
N Robinson, R Brackin, K Vinall, F Soper, J Holst, H Gamage, ...
PloS one 6 (4), e19045, 2011
Invasive Andropogon gayanus (gamba grass) is an ecosystem transformer of nitrogen relations in Australian savanna
NA Rossiter-Rachor, SA Setterfield, MM Douglas, LB Hutley, GD Cook, ...
Ecological Applications 19 (6), 1546-1560, 2009
Turning the table: plants consume microbes as a source of nutrients
C Paungfoo-Lonhienne, D Rentsch, S Robatzek, RI Webb, E Sagulenko, ...
PLoS ONE 5 (7), e11915, 2010
Dominance of legume trees alters nutrient relations in mixed species forest restoration plantings within seven years
I Siddique, VL Engel, JA Parrotta, D Lamb, GB Nardoto, JPHB Ometto, ...
Biogeochemistry 88 (1), 89-101, 2008
Isolation and analysis of mRNA from environmental microbial communities
KC McGrath, SR Thomas-Hall, CT Cheng, L Leo, A Alexa, S Schmidt, ...
Journal of Microbiological Methods 75 (2), 172-176, 2008
Soil carbon turnover and sequestration in native subtropical tree plantations
AE Richards, RC Dalal, S Schmidt
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 (8), 2078-2090, 2007
Nitrogen use strategies of neotropical rainforest trees in threatened Atlantic Forest
MPM Aidar, S Schmidt, G Moss, GR Stewart, CA Joly
Plant, Cell & Environment 26 (3), 389-399, 2003
Root adaptation and nitrogen source acquisition in natural ecosystems
MH Turnbull, S Schmidt, PD Erskine, S Richards, GR Stewart
Tree Physiology 16 (11-12), 941-948, 1996
15N natural abundance of vascular rainforest epiphytes: implications for nitrogen source and acquisition
GR Stewart, S Schmidt, LL Handley, MH Turnbull, PD Erskine, CA Joly
Plant, Cell & Environment 18 (1), 85-90, 1995
The core root microbiome of sugarcanes cultivated under varying nitrogen fertilizer application
YK Yeoh, C Paungfoo‐Lonhienne, PG Dennis, N Robinson, MA Ragan, ...
Environmental Microbiology 18 (5), 1338-1351, 2016
Past, present and future of organic nutrients - Marschner Review
C Paungfoo-Lonhienne, J Visser, TGA Lonhienne, S Schmidt
Plant and Soil 359 (1-2), 1-18, 2012
Introducing BASE: the Biomes of Australian Soil Environments soil microbial diversity database
A Bissett, A Fitzgerald, T Meintjes, PM Mele, F Reith, PG Dennis, ...
GigaScience 5 (1), s13742-016-0126-5, 2016
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