Serenella Nardi
Serenella Nardi
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TitleCited byYear
Physiological effects of humic substances on higher plants
S Nardi, D Pizzeghello, A Muscolo, A Vianello
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 34 (11), 1527-1536, 2002
9442002
Earthworm humic matter produces auxin-like effects on Daucus carota cell growth and nitrate metabolism
A Muscolo, F Bovalo, F Gionfriddo, S Nardi
Soil Biology and biochemistry 31 (9), 1303-1311, 1999
3131999
Effect of low molecular size humic substances on nitrate uptake and expression of genes involved in nitrate transport in maize (Zea mays L.)
S Quaggiotti, B Ruperti, D Pizzeghello, O Francioso, V Tugnoli, S Nardi
Journal of Experimental Botany 55 (398), 803-813, 2004
2632004
Structural characteristics of humic substances as related to nitrate uptake and growth regulation in plant systems
A Piccolo, S Nardi, G Concheri
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 24 (4), 373-380, 1992
2511992
Soil organic matter mobilization by root exudates
S Nardi, G Concheri, D Pizzeghello, A Sturaro, R Rella, G Parvoli
Chemosphere 41 (5), 653-658, 2000
2132000
Soil organic matter properties after 40 years of different use of organic and mineral fertilisers
S Nardi, F Morari, A Berti, M Tosoni, L Giardini
European Journal of Agronomy 21 (3), 357-367, 2004
2052004
Micelle-1ike conformation of humic substances as revealed by size exclusion chromatography
A Piccolo, S Nardi, G Concheri
Chemosphere 33 (4), 595-602, 1996
2001996
Macromolecular changes of humic substances induced by interaction with organic acids
A Piccolo, S Nardi, G Concheri
European Journal of Soil Science 47 (3), 319-328, 1996
1961996
Humic substances biological activity at the plant-soil interface: from environmental aspects to molecular factors
S Trevisan, O Francioso, S Quaggiotti, S Nardi
Plant signaling & behavior 5 (6), 635-643, 2010
1942010
IAA detection in humic substances
A Muscolo, S Cutrupi, S Nardi
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 30 (8-9), 1199-1201, 1998
1391998
Relationship between molecular characteristics of soil humic fractions and glycolytic pathway and krebs cycle in maize seedlings
S Nardi, A Muscolo, S Vaccaro, S Baiano, R Spaccini, A Piccolo
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 (12), 3138-3146, 2007
1342007
Biological activity of humus
S Nardi, G Concheri, G Dell'Agnola
Humic substances in terrestrial ecosystems, 361-406, 1996
1301996
Phosphorus forms and P-sorption properties in three alkaline soils after long-term mineral and manure applications in north-eastern Italy
D Pizzeghello, A Berti, S Nardi, F Morari
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 141 (1-2), 58-66, 2011
1192011
Humic substances induce lateral root formation and expression of the early auxin‐responsive IAA19 gene and DR5 synthetic element in Arabidopsis
S Trevisan, D Pizzeghello, B Ruperti, O Francioso, A Sassi, K Palme, ...
Plant Biology 12 (4), 604-614, 2010
1162010
Biological activities of humic substances
S Nardi, P Carletti, D Pizzeghello, A Muscolo
Biophysico-chemical processes involving natural nonliving organic matter in …, 2009
1152009
Hormone‐like activity of humic substances in Fagus sylvaticae forests
D Pizzeghello, G Nicolini, S Nardi
New Phytologist 151 (3), 647-657, 2001
1142001
Biostimulant activity of two protein hydrolyzates in the growth and nitrogen metabolism of maize seedlings
A Ertani, L Cavani, D Pizzeghello, E Brandellero, A Altissimo, C Ciavatta, ...
Journal of plant nutrition and soil science 172 (2), 237-244, 2009
1102009
Alfalfa plant-derived biostimulant stimulate short-term growth of salt stressed Zea mays L. plants
A Ertani, M Schiavon, A Muscolo, S Nardi
Plant and soil 364 (1-2), 145-158, 2013
1082013
Plant biostimulants: physiological responses induced by protein hydrolyzed-based products and humic substances in plant metabolism
S Nardi, D Pizzeghello, M Schiavon, A Ertani
Scientia Agricola 73 (1), 18-23, 2016
1062016
Protein hydrolysates as biostimulants in horticulture
G Colla, S Nardi, M Cardarelli, A Ertani, L Lucini, R Canaguier, ...
Scientia Horticulturae 196, 28-38, 2015
1042015
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