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    1. Bolland, MDA; Rengel, Z; Paszkudzka-Baizert, L; Osborne, LD
      Responses of subterranean clover and Italian ryegrass to application of lime

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AGRICULTURE
    2. Li, L; Sun, JH; Zhang, FS; Li, XL; Rengel, Z; Yang, SC
      Wheat/maize or wheat/soybean strip intercropping II. Recovery or compensation of maize and soybean after wheat harvesting

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    3. Li, L; Sun, JH; Zhang, FS; Li, XL; Yang, SC; Rengel, Z
      Wheat/maize or wheat/soybean strip intercropping I. Yield advantage and interspecific interactions on nutrients

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    4. Haslett, BS; Reid, RJ; Rengel, Z
      Zinc mobility in wheat: Uptake and distribution of zinc applied to leaves or roots

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    5. Tang, CX; Hinsinger, P; Jaillard, B; Rengel, Z; Drevon, JJ
      Effect of phosphorus deficiency on the growth, symbiotic N-2 fixation and proton release by two bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) genotypes

      AGRONOMIE
    6. Diatloff, E; Rengel, Z
      Compilation of simple spectrophotometric techniques for the determination of elements in nutrient solutions

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION
    7. Sas, L; Rengel, Z; Tang, C
      Excess cation uptake, and extrusion of protons and organic acid anions by Lupinus albus under phosphorus deficiency

      PLANT SCIENCE
    8. Roelofs, RFR; Rengel, Z; Cawthray, GR; Dixon, KW; Lambers, H
      Exudation of carboxylates in Australian Proteaceae: chemical composition

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    9. Tang, C; Diatloff, E; Rengel, Z; McGann, B
      Growth response to subsurface soil acidity of wheat genotypes differing inaluminium tolerance

      PLANT AND SOIL
    10. Zou, C; Shen, J; Zhang, F; Guo, S; Rengel, Z; Tang, C
      Impact of nitrogen form on iron uptake and distribution in maize seedlingsin solution culture

      PLANT AND SOIL
    11. Sas, L; Tang, C; Rengel, Z
      Suitability of hydroxyapatite and iron phosphate as P sources for Lupinus albus grown in nutrient solution

      PLANT AND SOIL
    12. Gherardi, MJ; Rengel, Z
      Bauxite residue sand has the capacity to rapidly decrease availability of added manganese

      PLANT AND SOIL
    13. Streeter, TC; Rengel, Z; Neate, SM; Graham, RD
      Zinc fertilisation increases tolerance to Rhizoctonia solani (AG 8) in Medicago truncatula

      PLANT AND SOIL
    14. Streeter, TC; Rengel, Z; Graham, RD
      Genotypic differences in Zn efficiency of Medicago species

      EUPHYTICA
    15. Rengel, Z
      Genotypic differences in micronutrient use efficiency in crops

      COMMUNICATIONS IN SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT ANALYSIS
    16. Dunbabin, V; Rengel, Z; Diggle, A
      The root growth response to heterogeneous nitrate supply differs for Lupinus angustifolius and Lupinus pilosus

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    17. Dunbabin, V; Rengel, Z; Diggle, A
      Lupinus angustifolius has a plastic uptake response to heterogeneously supplied nitrate while Lupinus pilosus does not

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    18. Rengel, Z
      The role of micronutrient fertilisation in managing plant diseases

      PERSPECTIVES ON THE MICRONUTRIENT NUTRITION OF CROPS
    19. Rengel, Z
      Ecotypes of Holcus lanatus tolerant to zinc toxicity also tolerate zinc deficiency

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    20. Khan, HR; McDonald, GK; Rengel, Z
      Response of chickpea genotypes to zinc fertilization under field conditions in South Australia and Pakistan

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION
    21. Rengel, Z
      Manganese uptake and transport in plants

      METAL IONS IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS, VOL 37
    22. Taylor, GJ; McDonald-Stephens, JL; Hunter, DB; Bertsch, PM; Elmore, D; Rengel, Z; Reid, RJ
      Direct measurement of aluminum uptake and distribution in single cells of Chara corallina

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Rengel, Z; Romheld, V
      Root exudation and Fe uptake and transport in wheat genotypes differing intolerance to Zn deficiency

      PLANT AND SOIL
    24. Rengel, Z; Romheld, V
      Differential tolerance to Fe and Zn deficiencies in wheat germplasm

      EUPHYTICA
    25. Tang, C; Raphael, C; Rengel, Z; Bowden, JW
      Understanding subsoil acidification: effect of nitrogen transformation andnitrate leaching

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF SOIL RESEARCH
    26. Zhang, X; Rengel, Z
      Role of soil pH, Ca supply, and banded P fertilisers in modulating ammoniatoxicity to wheat

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    27. Rengel, Z; Batten, GD; Crowley, DE
      Agronomic approaches for improving the micronutrient density in edible portions of field crops

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    28. Zhang, WH; Rengel, Z
      Aluminium induces an increase in cytoplasmic calcium in intact wheat root apical cells

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    29. Yu, Q; Osborne, LD; Rengel, Z
      Increased tolerance to Mn deficiency in transgenic tobacco overproducing superoxide dismutase

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    30. Zhang, WH; Rengel, Z; Kuo, J; Yan, G
      Aluminium effects on pollen germination and tube growth of Chamelaucium uncinatum. A comparison with other Ca2+ antagonists

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    31. Yu, Q; Rengel, Z
      Micronutrient deficiency influences plant growth and activities of superoxide dismutases in narrow-leafed lupins

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    32. Pearson, JN; Rengel, Z; Graham, RD
      Regulation of zinc and manganese transport into developing wheat grains having different zinc and manganese concentrations

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION
    33. Yu, Q; Rengel, Z
      Waterlogging influences plant growth and activities of superoxide dismutases in narrow-leafed lupin and transgenic tobacco plants

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    34. Rengel, Z
      Zinc deficiency in wheat genotypes grown in conventional and chelator-buffered nutrient solutions

      PLANT SCIENCE
    35. Yu, Q; Worth, C; Rengel, Z
      Using capillary electrophoresis to measure Cu Zn superoxide dismutase concentration in leaves of wheat genotypes differing in tolerance to zinc deficiency

      PLANT SCIENCE
    36. Yu, Q; Rengel, Z
      Drought and salinity differentially influence activities of superoxide dismutases in narrow-leafed lupins

      PLANT SCIENCE
    37. Dong, B; Ryan, PR; Rengel, Z; Delhaize, E
      Phosphate uptake in Arabidopsis thaliana: dependence of uptake on the expression of transporter genes and internal phosphate concentrations

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    38. Rengel, Z
      Physiological responses of wheat genotypes grown in chelator-buffered nutrient solutions with increasing concentrations of excess HEDTA

      PLANT AND SOIL
    39. Erenoglu, B; Cakmak, I; Romheld, V; Derici, R; Rengel, Z
      Uptake of zinc by rye, bread wheat and durum wheat cultivars differing in zinc efficiency

      PLANT AND SOIL
    40. Zhang, XK; Rengel, Z
      Gradients of pH, ammonium, and phosphorus between the fertiliser band and wheat roots

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    41. ZHANG WH; RENGEL Z; KUO J
      DETERMINATION OF INTRACELLULAR CA2- LOADING OF ACETOXYMETHYL ESTER OFFLUO-3 UNDER LOW-TEMPERATURE( IN CELLS OF INTACT WHEAT ROOTS )

      Plant journal
    42. PEARSON JN; RENGEL Z; JENNER CF; GRAHAM RD
      DYNAMICS OF ZINC AND MANGANESE MOVEMENT IN DEVELOPING WHEAT GRAINS

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    43. WHEAL MS; RENGEL Z; GRAHAM RD
      CHLORSULFURON REDUCES EXTENSION OF WHEAT ROOT-TIPS IN LOW-ZINC SOLUTION CULTURE

      Annals of botany
    44. YU Q; OSBORNE L; RENGEL Z
      MICRONUTRIENT DEFICIENCY CHANGES ACTIVITIES OF SUPEROXIDE-DISMUTASE AND ASCORBATE PEROXIDASE IN TOBACCO PLANTS

      Journal of plant nutrition
    45. RENGEL Z; ROSS G; HIRSCH P
      PLANT GENOTYPE AND MICRONUTRIENT STATUS INFLUENCE COLONIZATION OF WHEAT ROOTS BY SOIL BACTERIA

      Journal of plant nutrition
    46. RENGEL Z; ROMHELD V; MARSCHNER H
      UPTAKE OF ZINC AND IRON BY WHEAT GENOTYPES DIFFERING IN TOLERANCE TO ZINC-DEFICIENCY

      Journal of plant physiology
    47. DONG B; RENGEL Z; DELHAIZE E
      UPTAKE AND TRANSLOCATION OF PHOSPHATE BY PHO2 MUTANT AND WILD-TYPE SEEDLINGS OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA

      Planta
    48. KHAN HR; MCDONALD GK; RENGEL Z
      ASSESSMENT OF THE ZN STATUS OF CHICKPEA BY PLANT ANALYSIS

      Plant and soil
    49. KHAN HR; MCDONALD GK; RENGEL Z
      CHICKPEA GENOTYPES DIFFER IN THEIR SENSITIVITY TO ZN DEFICIENCY

      Plant and soil
    50. RENGEL Z; HAWKESFORD MJ
      BIOSYNTHESIS OF A 34-KDA POLYPEPTIDE IN THE ROOT-CELL PLASMA-MEMBRANEOF A ZN-EFFICIENT WHEAT GENOTYPE INCREASES UPON ZN DEFICIENCY

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    51. PEARSON JN; RENGEL Z
      GENOTYPIC DIFFERENCES IN THE PRODUCTION AND PARTITIONING OF CARBOHYDRATES BETWEEN ROOTS AND SHOOTS OF WHEAT GROWN UNDER ZINC OR MANGANESE DEFICIENCY

      Annals of botany
    52. TONG YP; RENGEL Z; GRAHAM RD
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN NITROGEN AND MANGANESE NUTRITION OF BARLEY GENOTYPES DIFFERING IN MANGANESE EFFICIENCY

      Annals of botany
    53. FISCHER ES; THIMM O; RENGEL Z
      ZINC NUTRITION INFLUENCES THE CO2 GAS-EXCHANGE IN WHEAT

      Photosynthetica
    54. RENGEL Z
      DECREASED CAPACITY OF TAKE-ALL FUNGUS TO OXIDIZE MANGANOUS IONS IS ASSOCIATED WITH TAKE-ALL DECLINE

      Journal of plant nutrition
    55. STEPHENS JL; TAYLOR GJ; HUNTER DB; BERTSCH PM; ELMORE D; RENGEL Z; REID R
      DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF ALUMINUM UPTAKE AND SUBCELLULAR-DISTRIBUTION INSINGLE CELLS OF CHARA-CORALLINA

      Plant physiology
    56. STEPHENS JL; TAYLOR GJ; HUNTER DB; BERTSCH PM; ELMORE D; RENGEL Z; REID R
      DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF ALUMINUM UPTAKE AND SUBCELLULAR-DISTRIBUTION INSINGLE CELLS OF CHARA-CORALLINA

      Plant physiology
    57. MOUSSAVINIK M; RENGEL Z; PEARSON JN; HOLLAMBY G
      DYNAMICS OF NUTRIENT REMOBILIZATION FROM SEED OF WHEAT GENOTYPES DURING IMBIBITION, GERMINATION AND EARLY SEEDLING GROWTH

      Plant and soil
    58. RENGEL Z
      ROOT EXUDATION AND MICROFLORA POPULATIONS IN RHIZOSPHERE OF CROP GENOTYPES DIFFERING IN TOLERANCE TO MICRONUTRIENT DEFICIENCY

      Plant and soil
    59. RENGEL Z; REID RJ
      UPTAKE OF AL ACROSS THE PLASMA-MEMBRANE OF PLANT-CELLS

      Plant and soil
    60. WHEAL M; RENGEL Z
      CHLORSULFURON REDUCES RATES OF ZINC UPTAKE BY WHEAT SEEDLINGS FROM SOLUTION CULTURE

      Plant and soil
    61. RENGEL Z; WHEAL MS
      HERBICIDE CHLORSULFURON DECREASES GROWTH OF FINE ROOTS AND MICRONUTRIENT UPTAKE IN WHEAT GENOTYPES

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    62. RENGEL Z; WHEAL MS
      KINETIC-PARAMETERS OF ZN UPTAKE BY WHEAT ARE AFFECTED BY THE HERBICIDE CHLORSULFURON

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    63. GREWAL HS; GRAHAM RD; RENGEL Z
      GENOTYPIC VARIATION IN ZINC EFFICIENCY AND RESISTANCE TO CROWN ROT DISEASE (FUSARIUM-GRAMINEARUM SCHW GROUP-1) IN WHEAT

      Plant and soil
    64. RENGEL Z; GUTTERIDGE R; HIRSCH P; HORNBY D
      PLANT GENOTYPE, MICRONUTRIENT FERTILIZATION AND TAKE-ALL INFECTION INFLUENCE BACTERIAL-POPULATIONS IN THE RHIZOSPHERE OF WHEAT

      Plant and soil
    65. PEARSON JN; RENGEL Z; JENNER CF; GRAHAM RD
      MANIPULATION OF XYLEM TRANSPORT AFFECTS ZN AND MN TRANSPORT INTO DEVELOPING WHEAT GRAINS OF CULTURED EARS

      Physiologia Plantarum
    66. PEARSON JN; JENNER CF; RENGEL Z; GRAHAM RD
      DIFFERENTIAL TRANSPORT OF ZN, MN AND SUCROSE ALONG THE LONGITUDINAL AXIS OF DEVELOPING WHEAT GRAINS

      Physiologia Plantarum
    67. RENGEL Z
      TANSLEY REVIEW NO 89 - UPTAKE OF ALUMINUM BY PLANT-CELLS

      New phytologist
    68. REID RJ; RENGEL Z; SMITH FA
      MEMBRANE FLUXES AND COMPARATIVE TOXICITIES OF ALUMINUM, SCANDIUM AND GALLIUM

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    69. RENGEL Z; GRAHAM RD
      UPTAKE OF ZINC FROM CHELATE-BUFFERED NUTRIENT SOLUTIONS BY WHEAT GENOTYPES DIFFERING IN ZINC EFFICIENCY

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    70. DONG B; RENGEL Z; GRAHAM RD
      ROOT MORPHOLOGY OF WHEAT GENOTYPES DIFFERING IN ZINC EFFICIENCY

      Journal of plant nutrition
    71. RENGEL Z
      CARBONIC-ANHYDRASE ACTIVITY IN LEAVES OF WHEAT GENOTYPES DIFFERING INZN EFFICIENCY

      Journal of plant physiology
    72. RENGEL Z; GRAHAM RD
      WHEAT GENOTYPES DIFFER IN ZN EFFICIENCY WHEN GROWN IN CHELATE-BUFFERED NUTRIENT SOLUTION

      Plant and soil
    73. RENGEL Z; GRAHAM RD
      WHEAT GENOTYPES DIFFER IN ZN EFFICIENCY WHEN GROWN IN CHELATE-BUFFERED NUTRIENT SOLUTION .2. NUTRIENT-UPTAKE

      Plant and soil
    74. RENGEL Z; GRAHAM RD
      IMPORTANCE OF SEED ZN CONTENT FOR WHEAT GROWTH ON ZN-DEFICIENT SOIL .1.. VEGETATIVE GROWTH

      Plant and soil
    75. RENGEL Z; GRAHAM RD
      IMPORTANCE OF SEED ZN CONTENT FOR WHEAT GROWTH ON ZN-DEFICIENT SOIL .2. GRAIN-YIELD

      Plant and soil
    76. DONG B; RENGEL Z; GRAHAM RD
      EFFECTS OF HERBICIDE CHLORSULFURON ON GROWTH AND NUTRIENT-UPTAKE PARAMETERS OF WHEAT GENOTYPES DIFFERING IN ZN-EFFICIENCY

      Plant and soil
    77. RENGEL Z; PINEROS M; TESTER M
      TRANSMEMBRANE CALCIUM FLUXES DURING AL STRESS

      Plant and soil
    78. RENGEL Z
      SULFHYDRYL-GROUPS IN ROOT-CELL PLASMA-MEMBRANES OF WHEAT GENOTYPES DIFFERING IN ZN EFFICIENCY

      Physiologia Plantarum
    79. PEARSON JN; RENGEL Z; JENNER CF; GRAHAM RD
      TRANSPORT OF ZINC AND MANGANESE TO DEVELOPING WHEAT GRAINS

      Physiologia Plantarum
    80. PEARSON JN; RENGEL Z
      UPTAKE AND DISTRIBUTION OF ZN-65 AND MN-54 IN WHEAT GROWN AT SUFFICIENT AND DEFICIENT LEVELS OF ZN AND MN .1. DURING VEGETATIVE GROWTH

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    81. PEARSON JN; RENGEL Z
      UPTAKE AND DISTRIBUTION OF ZN-65 AND MN-54 IN WHEAT GROWN AT SUFFICIENT AND DEFICIENT LEVELS OF ZN AND MN .2. DURING GRAIN DEVELOPMENT

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    82. TONG Y; RENGEL Z; GRAHAM RD
      EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON EXTRACTABLE MANGANESE AND DISTRIBUTION OF MANGANESE AMONG SOIL FRACTIONS

      Communications in soil science and plant analysis
    83. RENGEL Z; GRAHAM RD; PEDLER JF
      TIME-COURSE OF BIOSYNTHESIS OF PHENOLICS AND LIGNIN IN ROOTS OF WHEATGENOTYPES DIFFERING IN MANGANESE EFFICIENCY AND RESISTANCE TO TAKE-ALL FUNGUS

      Annals of botany
    84. RENGEL Z
      EFFECTS OF AL, RARE-EARTH ELEMENTS, AND OTHER METALS ON NET CA-45(2+)UPTAKE BY AMARANTHUS PROTOPLASTS

      Journal of plant physiology
    85. PEARSON JN; RENGEL Z
      DISTRIBUTION AND REMOBILIZATION OF ZN AND MN DURING GRAIN DEVELOPMENTIN WHEAT

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    86. COSIC T; POLJAK M; CUSTIC M; RENGEL Z
      ALUMINUM TOLERANCE OF DURUM-WHEAT GERMPLASM

      Euphytica
    87. RENGEL Z
      MECHANISTIC SIMULATION-MODELS OF NUTRIENT-UPTAKE - A REVIEW

      Plant and soil
    88. RENGEL Z; GRAHAM RD; PEDLER JF
      MANGANESE NUTRITION AND ACCUMULATION OF PHENOLICS AND LIGNIN AS RELATED TO DIFFERENTIAL RESISTANCE OF WHEAT GENOTYPES TO THE TAKE-ALL FUNGUS

      Plant and soil
    89. RENGEL Z; JURKIC V
      EVALUATION OF TRITICUM-AESTIVUM GERMPLASM FROM CROATIA AND YUGOSLAVIAFOR ALUMINUM TOLERANCE

      Euphytica


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