Megan Ryan
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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, 121-156, 2011
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, 89-120, 2011
Is there a role for arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in production agriculture?
MH Ryan, JH Graham
Plant and soil 244, 263-271, 2002
Break crops and rotations for wheat
JF Angus, JA Kirkegaard, JR Hunt, MH Ryan, L Ohlander, MB Peoples
Crop and pasture science 66 (6), 523-552, 2015
Trade‐offs among root morphology, exudation and mycorrhizal symbioses for phosphorus‐acquisition strategies of 16 crop species
Z Wen, H Li, Q Shen, X Tang, C Xiong, H Li, J Pang, MH Ryan, H Lambers, ...
New Phytologist, 2019
Arbuscular mycorrhizae in wheat and field pea crops on a low P soil: increased Zn-uptake but no increase in P-uptake or yield
MH Ryan, JF Angus
Plant and Soil 250, 225-239, 2003
Little evidence that farmers should consider abundance or diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi when managing crops
MH Ryan, JH Graham
New Phytologist 220 (4), 1092-1107, 2018
The role of root exuded low molecular weight organic anions in facilitating petroleum hydrocarbon degradation: current knowledge and future directions
BC Martin, SJ George, CA Price, MH Ryan, M Tibbett
Science of the Total Environment 472, 642-653, 2014
Grain mineral concentrations and yield of wheat grown under organic and conventional management
MH Ryan, JW Derrick, PR Dann
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 84 (3), 207-216, 2004
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
Colonisation of wheat by VA-mycorrhizal fungi was found to be higher on a farm managed in an organic manner than on a conventional neighbour
MH Ryan, GA Chilvers, DC Dumaresq
Plant and soil 160, 33-40, 1994
Carbon trading for phosphorus gain: the balance between rhizosphere carboxylates and arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis in plant phosphorus acquisition
MH Ryan, M Tibbett, T EDMONDS‐TIBBETT, LDB Suriyagoda, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 35 (12), 2170-2180, 2012
Zinc bioavailability in wheat grain in relation to phosphorus fertiliser, crop sequence and mycorrhizal fungi
MH Ryan, JK McInerney, IR Record, JF Angus
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 88 (7), 1208-1216, 2008
The carboxylate‐releasing phosphorus‐mobilizing strategy can be proxied by foliar manganese concentration in a large set of chickpea germplasm under low phosphorus supply
J Pang, R Bansal, H Zhao, E Bohuon, H Lambers, MH Ryan, ...
New Phytologist 219 (2), 518-529, 2018
Variation in morphological and physiological parameters in herbaceous perennial legumes in response to phosphorus supply
J Pang, MH Ryan, M Tibbett, GR Cawthray, KHM Siddique, MDA Bolland, ...
Plant and Soil 331, 241-255, 2010
Plant responses to limited moisture and phosphorus availability: a meta-analysis
LDB Suriyagoda, MH Ryan, M Renton, H Lambers
advances in agronomy 124, 143-200, 2014
Unwrapping the rhizosheath
J Pang, MH Ryan, KHM Siddique, RJ Simpson
Plant and Soil 418, 129-139, 2017
Variation in seedling growth of 11 perennial legumes in response to phosphorus supply
J Pang, M Tibbett, MD Denton, H Lambers, KHM Siddique, MDA Bolland, ...
Plant and Soil 328, 133-143, 2010
Oxygen loss from seagrass roots coincides with colonisation of sulphide-oxidising cable bacteria and reduces sulphide stress
BC Martin, J Bougoure, MH Ryan, WW Bennett, TD Colmer, NK Joyce, ...
The ISME journal 13 (3), 707-719, 2019
Reduced growth of autumn-sown wheat in a low-P soil is associated with high colonisation by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
MH Ryan, AF Herwaarden, JF Angus, JA Kirkegaard
Plant and Soil 270, 275-286, 2005
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