Alan E Richardson
Alan E Richardson
CSIRO Agriculture & Food
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Acquisition of phosphorus and nitrogen in the rhizosphere and plant growth promotion by microorganisms
AE Richardson, JM Barea, AM McNeill, C Prigent-Combaret
Plant and soil 321 (1), 305-339, 2009
14422009
Prospects for using soil microorganisms to improve the acquisition of phosphorus by plants
AE Richardson
Functional Plant Biology 28 (9), 897-906, 2001
9652001
Soil microorganisms mediating phosphorus availability update on microbial phosphorus
AE Richardson, RJ Simpson
Plant physiology 156 (3), 989-996, 2011
8762011
Plant and microbial strategies to improve the phosphorus efficiency of agriculture
AE Richardson, JP Lynch, PR Ryan, E Delhaize, FA Smith, SE Smith, ...
Plant and soil 349 (1), 121-156, 2011
6132011
Extracellular secretion of Aspergillus phytase from Arabidopsis roots enables plants to obtain phosphorus from phytate
AE Richardson, PA Hadobas, JE Hayes
The Plant Journal 25 (6), 641-649, 2001
4242001
Plant mechanisms to optimise access to soil phosphorus
AE Richardson, PJ Hocking, RJ Simpson, TS George
Crop and Pasture Science 60 (2), 124-143, 2009
3872009
Soil microorganisms and phosphorus availability.
AE Richardson
Soil biota: management in sustainable farming systems., 50-62, 1994
3541994
Stable soil organic matter: a comparison of C: N: P: S ratios in Australian and other world soils
CA Kirkby, JA Kirkegaard, AE Richardson, LJ Wade, C Blanchard, ...
Geoderma 163 (3-4), 197-208, 2011
3532011
Strategies and agronomic interventions to improve the phosphorus-use efficiency of farming systems
RJ Simpson, A Oberson, RA Culvenor, MH Ryan, EJ Veneklaas, ...
Plant and Soil 349 (1), 89-120, 2011
2892011
Effects of selected root exudate components on soil bacterial communities
S Shi, AE Richardson, M O'Callaghan, KM DeAngelis, EE Jones, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 77 (3), 600-610, 2011
2622011
Acid phosphomonoesterase and phytase activities of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) roots and utilization of organic phosphorus substrates by seedlings grown in …
AE Richardson, PA Hadobas, JE Hayes
Plant, Cell & Environment 23 (4), 397-405, 2000
2572000
Utilization of phosphorus by pasture plants supplied with myo-inositol hexaphosphate is enhanced by the presence of soil micro-organisms
AE Richardson, PA Hadobas, JE Hayes, CP O'hara, RJ Simpson
Plant and Soil 229 (1), 47-56, 2001
2332001
Soil isolates of Pseudomonas spp. that utilize inositol phosphates
AE Richardson, PA Hadobas
Canadian Journal of Microbiology 43 (6), 509-516, 1997
2331997
Carbon-nutrient stoichiometry to increase soil carbon sequestration
CA Kirkby, AE Richardson, LJ Wade, GD Batten, C Blanchard, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 60, 77-86, 2013
2242013
Components of organic phosphorus in soil extracts that are hydrolysed by phytase and acid phosphatase
JE Hayes, AE Richardson, RJ Simpson
Biology and Fertility of Soils 32 (4), 279-286, 2000
2202000
Network analysis reveals functional redundancy and keystone taxa amongst bacterial and fungal communities during organic matter decomposition in an arable soil
S Banerjee, CA Kirkby, D Schmutter, A Bissett, JA Kirkegaard, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 97, 188-198, 2016
2182016
A role for the AtMTP11 gene of Arabidopsis in manganese transport and tolerance
E Delhaize, BD Gruber, JK Pittman, RG White, H Leung, Y Miao, L Jiang, ...
The Plant Journal 51 (2), 198-210, 2007
2072007
Utilization of soil organic phosphorus by higher plants.
AE Richardson, TS George, M Hens, RJ Simpson
Organic phosphorus in the environment, 165-184, 2005
1922005
Nutrient availability limits carbon sequestration in arable soils
CA Kirkby, AE Richardson, LJ Wade, JB Passioura, GD Batten, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 68, 402-409, 2014
1902014
The growth and phosphorus utilisation of plants in sterile media when supplied with inositol hexaphosphate, glucose 1-phosphate or inorganic phosphate
JE Hayes, RJ Simpson, AE Richardson
Plant and Soil 220 (1), 165-174, 2000
1742000
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