|Xylem ionic relations and salinity tolerance in barley|
S Shabala, S Shabala, TA Cuin, J Pang, W Percey, Z Chen, S Conn, ...
The Plant Journal 61 (5), 839-853, 2010
|Growth and physiological responses of six barley genotypes to waterlogging and subsequent recovery|
J Pang, M Zhou, N Mendham, S Shabala
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 55 (8), 895-906, 2004
|Physiological aspects of vetiver grass for rehabilitation in abandoned metalliferous mine wastes|
J Pang, GSY Chan, J Zhang, J Liang, MH Wong
Chemosphere 52 (9), 1559-1570, 2003
|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 (1), 241-255, 2010
|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, H Lambers, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment, 2012
|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 (1), 133-143, 2010
|Microelectrode ion and O2 fluxes measurements reveal differential sensitivity of barley root tissues to hypoxia|
JY Pang, I Newman, N Mendham, M Zhou, S Shabala
Plant, cell & environment 29 (6), 1107-1121, 2006
|Effect of secondary metabolites associated with anaerobic soil conditions on ion fluxes and electrophysiology in barley roots|
J Pang, T Cuin, L Shabala, M Zhou, N Mendham, S Shabala
Plant Physiology 145 (1), 266-276, 2007
|Wheat genotypes with high early vigour accumulate more nitrogen and have higher photosynthetic nitrogen use efficiency during early growth|
J Pang, JA Palta, GJ Rebetzke, SP Milroy
Functional Plant Biology 41 (2), 215-222, 2014
|Response of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) to terminal drought: leaf stomatal conductance, pod abscisic acid concentration, and seed set|
J Pang, NC Turner, T Khan, YL Du, JL Xiong, TD Colmer, R Devilla, ...
Journal of Experimental Botany 68 (8), 1973-1985, 2017
|Contrasting responses to drought stress in herbaceous perennial legumes|
J Pang, J Yang, P Ward, KHM Siddique, H Lambers, M Tibbett, M Ryan
Plant and Soil, 1-16, 2011
|Electrical signalling and cytokinins mediate effects of light and root cutting on ion uptake in intact plants|
S SHABALA, J PANG, M ZHOU, L SHABALA, TA CUIN, P NICK, ...
Plant, cell & environment 32 (2), 194-207, 2009
|Commensalism in an agroecosystem: hydraulic redistribution by deep‐rooted legumes improves survival of a droughted shallow‐rooted legume companion|
J Pang, Y Wang, H Lambers, M Tibbett, KHM Siddique, MH Ryan
Physiologia Plantarum, 2012
|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
|Investigating drought tolerance in chickpea using genome-wide association mapping and genomic selection based on whole-genome resequencing data|
Y Li, P Ruperao, J Batley, D Edwards, T Khan, TD Colmer, J Pang, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 9, 190, 2018
|Amelioration of detrimental effects of waterlogging by foliar nutrient sprays in barley|
J Pang, J Ross, M Zhou, N Mendham, S Shabala
Functional Plant Biology 34 (3), 221-227, 2007
|Light-induced transient ion flux responses from maize leaves and their association with leaf growth and photosynthesis|
BD Zivanovic, J Pang, S Shabala
Plant Cell and Environment-Institutional Subscription 28 (3), 340-352, 2005
|Unwrapping the rhizosheath|
J Pang, MH Ryan, KHM Siddique, RJ Simpson
Plant and Soil 418 (1-2), 129-139, 2017
|Tradeoffs 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 223 (2), 882-895, 2019
|Shoot biomass in wheat is the driver for nitrogen uptake under low nitrogen supply, but not under high nitrogen supply|
Y Kamiji, J Pang, SP Milroy, JA Palta
Field Crops Research 165, 92-98, 2014