Hans Lambers
Hans Lambers
E/Professor, University of Western Australia; Distinguished Professor, China Agricultural University
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Plant Physiological Ecology, first, second and third editions
H Lambers, FS Chapin, TL Pons, RS Oliveira
https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030296384 …, 2019
6888*2019
Inherent variation in growth rate between higher plants: a search for physiological causes and ecological consequences
H Lambers, H Poorter
Advances in Ecological Research 22, 187-261, 1992
18541992
Root structure and functioning for efficient acquisition of phosphorus: matching morphological and physiological traits
H Lambers, MW Shane, MD Cramer, SJ Pearse, EJ Veneklaas
Annals of Botany 98, 693-713, 2006
11372006
Plant nutrient-acquisition strategies change with soil age
H Lambers, JA Raven, GR Shaver, SE Smith
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 23, 95-103, 2008
11152008
Functions of macronutrients
M Hawkesford, T Horst, W., Kichey, H Lambers, J Schjoerring, ...
Marschner’s Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants, Third Edition, P. Marschner …, 2012
8622012
Carbon and nitrogen economy of 24 wild species differing in relative growth rate
H Poorter, C Remkes, H Lambers
Plant Physiology 94, 621-627, 1990
7011990
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
6692011
Opportunities for improving phosphorus‐use efficiency in crop plants
EJ Veneklaas, H Lambers, J Bragg, PM Finnegan, CE Lovelock, ...
New Phytologist 195, 306-320, 2012
5892012
Plant-microbe-soil interactions in the rhizosphere: an evolutionary perspective
H Lambers, C Mougel, B Jaillard, P Hinsinger
Plant and Soil 321, 83-115, 2009
5352009
Respiration in intact plants and tissues: its regulation and dependence on environmental factors, metabolism and invaded organisms
H Lambers
Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology, New Series 18, 418-473, 1985
4611985
Ecology and evolution of the endangered campo rupestre: a neglected biodiversity conservation priority
FAO Silveira, D Negreiros, NPU Barbosa, E Buisson, FF Carmo, ...
Plant and Soil 403, 129-152, 2016
425*2016
Plant mineral nutrition in ancient landscapes: high plant species diversity on infertile soils is linked to functional diversity for nutritional strategies
H Lambers, MC Brundrett, JA Raven, SD Hopper
Plant and Soil 334, 11-31, 2010
4212010
Respiratory patterns in roots in relation to their functioning
H Lambers, OK Atkin, FF Millenaar
Plant Roots. The Hidden Half, 323-362, 1996
4171996
Cluster roots: a curiosity in context
M Shane, H Lambers
Plant and Soil 274, 101-125, 2005
4032005
Cyanide‐resistant respiration: A non‐phosphorylating electron transport pathway acting as an energy overflow
H Lambers
Physiologia Plantarum 55, 478-485, 1982
3981982
Root and leaf attributes accounting for the performance of fast-and slow-growing grasses at different nutrient supply
P Ryser, H Lambers
Plant and Soil 170, 251-265, 1995
3851995
Plant diversity and overyielding: insights from belowground facilitation of intercropping in agriculture
L Li, D Tilman, H Lambers, F Zhang
New Phytologist 203, 63-69, 2014
3412014
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
3252011
Plant growth modelling and applications: the increasing importance of plant architecture in growth models
T Fourcaud, X Zhang, A Stokes, H Lambers, C Körner
Annals of Botany 101, 1053-1063, 2008
3252008
Short‐term waterlogging has long‐term effects on the growth and physiology of wheat
AI Malik, TD Colmer, H Lambers, TL Setter, M Schortemeyer
New Phytologist 153, 225-236, 2002
3122002
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