Alan J M Baker
Alan J M Baker
The Universities of Melbourne and Queensland Australia
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
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Terrestrial higher plants which hyperaccumulate metallic elements. A review of their distribution, ecology and phytochemistry.
AJM Baker, RR Brooks
Biorecovery. 1 (2), 81-126, 1989
33201989
Accumulators and excluders‐strategies in the response of plants to heavy metals
AJM Baker
Journal of plant nutrition 3 (1-4), 643-654, 1981
26781981
Phytoremediation of soil metals
RL Chaney, M Malik, YM Li, SL Brown, EP Brewer, JS Angle, AJM Baker
Current opinion in Biotechnology 8 (3), 279-284, 1997
18981997
Metal hyperaccumulator plants: a review of the ecology and physiology of a biological resource for phytoremediation of metal-polluted soils
AJM Baker, SP McGrath, RD Reeves, JAC Smith
Phytoremediation of contaminated soil and water, 85-107, 2020
14262020
Free histidine as a metal chelator in plants that accumulate nickel
U Krämer, JD Cotter-Howells, JM Charnock, AJM Baker, JAC Smith
Nature 379 (6566), 635-638, 1996
10951996
The possibility of in situ heavy metal decontamination of polluted soils using crops of metal-accumulating plants
AJM Baker, SP McGrath, CMD Sidoli, RD Reeves
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 11 (1-4), 41-49, 1994
10051994
Heavy metal accumulation and tolerance in British populations of the metallophyte Thlaspi caerulescens J. & C. Presl (Brassicaceae)
AJM Baker, RD Reeves, ASM Hajar
New Phytologist 127 (1), 61-68, 1994
9881994
Hyperaccumulators of metal and metalloid trace elements: facts and fiction
A Van der Ent, AJM Baker, RD Reeves, AJ Pollard, H Schat
Plant and soil 362 (1), 319-334, 2013
9872013
Metal tolerance
AJM BAKER
New phytologist 106, 93-111, 1987
9661987
Current approaches to the revegetation and reclamation of metalliferous mine wastes
GM Tordoff, AJM Baker, AJ Willis
Chemosphere 41 (1-2), 219-228, 2000
8122000
Ecophysiology of metal uptake by tolerant plants
AJM Baker, PL Walker
Heavy metal tolerance in plants: evolutionary aspects 2, 155-165, 1990
7511990
Phytoremediation potential of Thlaspi caerulescens and bladder campion for zinc‐and cadmium‐contaminated soil
SL Brown, RL Chaney, JS Angle, AJM Baker
Journal of Environmental Quality 23 (6), 1151-1157, 1994
6641994
Zinc and cadmium uptake by hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens grown in nutrient solution
SL Brown, RL Chaney, JS Angle, AJM Baker
Soil Science Society of America Journal 59 (1), 125-133, 1995
5621995
Physiological characterization of root Zn2+ absorption and translocation to shoots in Zn hyperaccumulator and nonaccumulator species of Thlaspi
MM Lasat, AJM Baker, LV Kochian
Plant physiology 112 (4), 1715-1722, 1996
5301996
Zinc Ligands in the Metal Hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens As Determined Using X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
DE Salt, RC Prince, AJM Baker, I Raskin, IJ Pickering
Environmental Science & Technology 33 (5), 713-717, 1999
5151999
Characteristics of cadmium uptake in two contrasting ecotypes of the hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens
FJ Zhao, RE Hamon, E Lombi, MJ McLaughlin, SP McGrath
Journal of Experimental Botany 53 (368), 535-543, 2002
4362002
Altered Zn compartmentation in the root symplasm and stimulated Zn absorption into the leaf as mechanisms involved in Zn hyperaccumulation in Thlaspi caerulescens
MM Lasat, AJM Baker, LV Kochian
Plant physiology 118 (3), 875-883, 1998
3881998
Metal ion ligands in hyperaccumulating plants
DL Callahan, AJM Baker, SD Kolev, AG Wedd
JBIC Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry 11 (1), 2-12, 2006
3802006
Development of a technology for commercial phytoextraction of nickel: economic and technical considerations
YM Li, R Chaney, E Brewer, R Roseberg, JS Angle, A Baker, R Reeves, ...
Plant and soil 249 (1), 107-115, 2003
3702003
Research priorities for conservation of metallophyte biodiversity and their potential for restoration and site remediation
SN Whiting, RD Reeves, D Richards, MS Johnson, JA Cooke, F Malaisse, ...
Restoration Ecology 12 (1), 106-116, 2004
3492004
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