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Obermeier, M. ; Minarsch, E.-M.L. ; Durai Raj, A.C. ; Rineau, F.* & Schröder, P.: Changes of soil-rhizosphere microbiota after organic amendment application in a Hordeum vulgare L. short-term greenhouse experiment. Plant Soil 455, 489–506 (2020)
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Möller, B.* et al.: rhizoTrak: A flexible open source Fiji plugin for user-friendly manual annotation of time-series images from minirhizotrons. Plant Soil 444, 519-534 (2019)
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Varanini, Z.* et al.: Nitrate induction and physiological responses of two maize lines differing in nitrogen use efficiency: Effects on N availability, microbial diversity and enzyme activity in the rhizosphere. Plant Soil 422, 331–347 (2018)
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Meneses, C.* et al.: Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus exopolysaccharide protects bacterial cells against oxidative stress in vitro and during rice plant colonization. Plant Soil 416, 1-15 (2017)
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Nickel, U.T. et al.: Nitrogen fertilisation reduces sink strength of poplar ectomycorrhizae during recovery after drought more than phosphorus fertilisation. Plant Soil 419, 405–422 (2017)
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Spielmann, F.M.* et al.: Isoprene and α-pinene deposition to grassland mesocosms. Plant Soil 410, 313-322 (2017)
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Gschwendtner, S. ; Engel, M. ; Lueders, T. ; Buegger, F. & Schloter, M.: Nitrogen fertilization affects bacteria utilizing plant-derived carbon in the rhizosphere of beech seedlings. Plant Soil 407, 203-215 (2016)
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Lehotai, N.* et al.: Nitro-oxidative stress contributes to selenite toxicity in pea (Pisum sativum L). Plant Soil 400, 107-122 (2016)
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Bai, M.* et al.: Degradation kinetics of biochar from pyrolysis and hydrothermal carbonization in temperate soils. Plant Soil 372, 375-387 (2013)
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Lyubenova, L. ; Kuhn, A.J.* ; Höltkemeier, A.* & Schröder, P.: Root exudation pattern of Typha latifolia L. plants after copper exposure. Plant Soil 370, 187-195 (2013)
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Faubert, P. et al.: The shift in plant species composition in a subarctic mountain birch forest floor due to climate change would modify the biogenic volatile organic compound emission profile. Plant Soil 352, 199-215 (2012)
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Fischer, D. et al.: Molecular characterisation of the diazotrophic bacterial community in uninoculated and inoculated field-grown sugarcane (Saccharum sp.) Plant Soil 356, 83-99 (2012)
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Hartmann, A. ; Reis, V.M.* & Okon, Y.*: Obituary for Professor Robert Harza Burris. Plant Soil 356, 297-298 (2012)
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Jha, B.* ; Gontia, I.* & Hartmann, A.: The roots of the halophyte Salicornia brachiata are a source of new halotolerant diazotrophic bacteria with plant growth-promoting potential. Plant Soil 356, 265-277 (2012)
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Janott, M. et al.: A one-dimensional model of water flow in soil-plant systems based on plant architecture. Plant Soil 341, 233-256 (2011)
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Ruth, B. ; Khalvati, M.* & Schmidhalter, U.*: Quantification of mycorrhizal water uptake via high-resolution on-line water content sensors. Plant Soil 342, 459-468 (2011)
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Gschwendtner, S. et al.: Effects of genetically modified amylopectin-accumulating potato plants on the abundance of beneficial and pathogenic microorganisms in the rhizosphere. Plant Soil 335, 413-422 (2010)
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Weinert, N.* et al.: Effects of genetically modified potatoes with increased zeaxanthin content on the abundance and diversity of rhizobacteria with in vitro antagonistic activity do not exceed natural variability among cultivars. Plant Soil 326, 437-452 (2010)
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Esperschütz, J. et al.: Influence of chronic ozone stress on carbon translocation pattern into rhizosphere microbial communities of beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.) during a growing season. Plant Soil 323, 85-95 (2009)
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Esperschütz, J.A. et al.: A continuous labelling approach to recover photosynthetically fixed carbon in plant tissue and rhizosphere organisms of young beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.) using ¹³C depleted CO₂. Plant Soil 323, (Sp. Iss. SI), 21-29 (2009)