Ashlea Doolette
Ashlea Doolette
Research Fellow, University of Adelaide
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Spiking improved solution phosphorus‐31 nuclear magnetic resonance identification of soil phosphorus compounds
AL Doolette, RJ Smernik, WJ Dougherty
Soil Science Society of America Journal 73 (3), 919-927, 2009
Rapid decomposition of phytate applied to a calcareous soil demonstrated by a solution 31P NMR study
AL Doolette, RJ Smernik, WJ Dougherty
European Journal of Soil Science 61 (4), 563-575, 2010
Forms of phosphorus in bacteria and fungi isolated from two Australian soils
EK Bünemann, RJ Smernik, AL Doolette, P Marschner, R Stonor, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40 (7), 1908-1915, 2008
Long-term addition of organic fertilizers has little effect on soil organic phosphorus as characterized by 31P NMR spectroscopy and enzyme additions
KE Annaheim, AL Doolette, RJ Smernik, J Mayer, A Oberson, E Frossard, ...
Geoderma 257, 67-77, 2015
Complex forms of soil organic phosphorus–a major component of soil phosphorus
TI McLaren, RJ Smernik, MJ McLaughlin, TM McBeath, JK Kirby, ...
Environmental science & technology 49 (22), 13238-13245, 2015
Soil organic phosphorus speciation using spectroscopic techniques
AL Doolette, RJ Smernik
Phosphorus in action, 3-36, 2011
A quantitative assessment of phosphorus forms in some Australian soils
AL Doolette, RJ Smernik, WJ Dougherty
Soil Research 49 (2), 152-165, 2011
Characterisation of soil organic phosphorus in NaOH-EDTA extracts: A comparison of 31P NMR spectroscopy and enzyme addition assays
KA Jarosch, AL Doolette, RJ Smernik, F Tamburini, E Frossard, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 91, 298-309, 2015
Overestimation of the importance of phytate in NaOH–EDTA soil extracts as assessed by 31P NMR analyses
AL Doolette, RJ Smernik, WJ Dougherty
Organic Geochemistry 42 (8), 955-964, 2011
Identification of RNA hydrolysis products in NaOH-EDTA extracts using 31P NMR spectroscopy
RJ Smernik, AL Doolette, SR Noack
Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 46 (21), 2746-2756, 2015
Quantitative analysis of 31P NMR spectra of soil extracts – dealing with overlap of broad and sharp signals
AL Doolette, RJ Smernik
Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry 53 (9), 679-685, 2015
Influence of long-term phosphorus fertilisation history on the availability and chemical nature of soil phosphorus
FJT Van der Bom, TI McLaren, AL Doolette, J Magid, E Frossard, ...
Geoderma 355, 113909, 2019
The composition of organic phosphorus in soils of the Snowy Mountains region of south-eastern Australia
AL Doolette, RJ Smernik, TI McLaren
Soil Research 55 (1), 10-18, 2017
Soil phosphorus pools in the detritusphere of plant residues with different C/P ratio—influence of drying and rewetting
KO Erinle, J Li, A Doolette, P Marschner
Biology and Fertility of Soils 54 (7), 841-852, 2018
Leaf trichomes and foliar chemistry mediate defence against glasshouse thrips; Heliothrips haemorrhoidalis (Bouché) in Rhododendron simsii
AS Scott-Brown, T Gregory, IW Farrell, PC Stevenson
Functional Plant Biology 43 (12), 1170-1182, 2016
Phosphorus speciation of dormant grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) canes in the Barossa Valley, South Australia
AL Doolette, RJ Smernik
Australian journal of grape and wine research 22 (3), 462-468, 2016
Organic phosphorus speciation in Australian Red Chromosols: stoichiometric control
MRS Moata, AL Doolette, RJ Smernik, AM McNeill, LM Macdonald
Soil Research 54 (1), 11-19, 2016
In situ 33P-labelling of canola and lupin to estimate total phosphorus accumulation in the root system
A McNeill, A Doolette, S Mason, MJ McLaughlin
Plant and soil 382 (1-2), 291-299, 2014
Quantifying total phosphorus accumulation below-ground by canola and lupin plants using 33P-labelling
A McNeill, A Doolette, S Mason, MJ McLaughlin
Plant and soil 401 (1-2), 39-50, 2016
Developing a cyclin blueprint as a tool for mapping the cell cycle in GS-NS0
DG García Münzer, M Kostoglou, MC Georgiadis, EN Pistikopoulos, ...
Biochemical engineering journal, 2013
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