Michael William Shane
Michael William Shane
Associate Professor, School of Plant Biology, The University of Western Australia
Verified email at uwa.edu.au
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Root structure and functioning for efficient acquisition of phosphorus: matching morphological and physiological traits
H Lambers, MW Shane, MD Cramer, SJ Pearse, EJ Veneklaas
Annals of botany 98 (4), 693-713, 2006
9462006
Opportunities for improving phosphorus‐use efficiency in crop plants
EJ Veneklaas, H Lambers, J Bragg, PM Finnegan, CE Lovelock, ...
New Phytologist 195 (2), 306-320, 2012
4352012
Cluster roots: a curiosity in context
MW Shane, H Lambers
Root physiology: from gene to function, 101-125, 2005
3482005
Introduction: Dryland salinity: A key environmental issue in southern Australia
H Lambers
Plant and Soil, v-vii, 2003
222*2003
Phosphorus nutrition of Proteaceae in severely phosphorus-impoverished soils: are there lessons to be learned for future crops?
H Lambers, PM Finnegan, E Laliberté, SJ Pearse, MH Ryan, MW Shane, ...
Plant Physiology 156 (3), 1058-1066, 2011
161*2011
Tissue and cellular phosphorus storage during development of phosphorus toxicity in Hakea prostrata (Proteaceae)
MW Shane, ME McCully, H Lambers
Journal of Experimental Botany 55 (399), 1033-1044, 2004
1452004
Shoot P status regulates cluster‐root growth and citrate exudation in Lupinus albus grown with a divided root system
MW Shane, M De Vos, S De Roock, H Lambers
Plant, Cell & Environment 26 (2), 265-273, 2003
1362003
Developmental physiology of cluster-root carboxylate synthesis and exudation in harsh hakea. Expression of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase and the alternative oxidase
MW Shane, MD Cramer, S Funayama-Noguchi, GR Cawthray, AH Millar, ...
Plant Physiology 135 (1), 549-560, 2004
1192004
Specialized ‘dauciform’roots of Cyperaceae are structurally distinct, but functionally analogous with ‘cluster’roots
MW Shane, GR Cawthray, MD Cramer, J Kuo, H Lambers
Plant, Cell & Environment 29 (10), 1989-1999, 2006
1102006
Effects of external phosphorus supply on internal phosphorus concentration and the initiation, growth and exudation of cluster roots in Hakea prostrata R.Br.
MW Shane, M De Vos, S de Roock, GR Cawthray, H Lambers
Plant and Soil 248 (1-2), 209-219, 2003
912003
The occurrence of dauciform roots amongst Western Australian reeds, rushes and sedges, and the impact of phosphorus supply on dauciform‐root development in Schoenus …
MW Shane, KW Dixon, H Lambers
New Phytologist 165 (3), 887-898, 2005
822005
A root trait accounting for the extreme phosphorus sensitivity of Hakea prostrata (Proteaceae)
MW Shane, C Szota, H Lambers
Plant, Cell & Environment 27 (8), 991-1004, 2004
822004
Architecture of branch-root junctions in maize: structure of the connecting xylem and the porosity of pit membranes
MW Shane, ME McCully, MJ Canny
Annals of Botany 85 (5), 613-624, 2000
752000
Systemic suppression of cluster-root formation and net P-uptake rates in Grevillea crithmifolia at elevated P supply: a proteacean with resistance for developing …
MW Shane, H Lambers
Journal of experimental botany 57 (2), 413-423, 2006
702006
Manganese accumulation in leaves of Hakea prostrata (Proteaceae) and the significance of cluster roots for micronutrient uptake as dependent on phosphorus …
MW Shane, H Lambers
Physiologia Plantarum 124 (4), 441-450, 2005
632005
The reliability of cryoSEM for the observation and quantification of xylem embolisms and quantitative analysis of xylem sap in situ
MW Shane, AN Baker, CX Huang, LEC Ling, MJ Canny
J Microsc, 2000
622000
Phosphorus nutrition in Proteaceae and beyond
H Lambers, PM Finnegan, R Jost, WC Plaxton, MW Shane, M Stitt
Nature plants 1 (8), 1-9, 2015
522015
Metabolic adaptations of the non‐mycotrophic Proteaceae to soils with low phosphorus availability
H Lambers, PL Clode, HJ Hawkins, E Laliberté, RS Oliveira, P Reddell, ...
Annual Plant Reviews online, 289-335, 2018
492018
The vascular system of maize stems revisited: implications for water transport and xylem safety
MW Shane, ME McCully, MJ Canny
Annals of Botany 86 (2), 245-258, 2000
492000
Reciprocal control of anaplerotic phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase by in vivo monoubiquitination and phosphorylation in developing proteoid roots of phosphate-deficient harsh hakea
MW Shane, ET Fedosejevs, WC Plaxton
Plant Physiology 161 (4), 1634-1644, 2013
482013
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