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    1. Karandashov, VE; Kuzovkina, IN; George, E; Marschner, H
      Monoxenic culture of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and plant hairy roots

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    2. BUERKERT A; HAAKE C; RUCKWIED M; MARSCHNER H
      PHOSPHORUS APPLICATION AFFECTS THE NUTRITIONAL QUALITY OF MILLET GRAIN IN THE SAHEL

      Field crops research
    3. RENGEL Z; ROMHELD V; MARSCHNER H
      UPTAKE OF ZINC AND IRON BY WHEAT GENOTYPES DIFFERING IN TOLERANCE TO ZINC-DEFICIENCY

      Journal of plant physiology
    4. HAHN G; MARSCHNER H
      EFFECT OF ACID IRRIGATION AND TIMING ON ROOT-GROWTH OF NORWAY SPRUCE

      Plant and soil
    5. HAHN G; MARSCHNER H
      CATION CONCENTRATIONS OF SHORT ROOTS OF NORWAY SPRUCE AS AFFECTED BY ACID IRRIGATION AND LIMING

      Plant and soil
    6. WISSEMEIER AH; HAHN G; MARSCHNER H
      CALLOSE IN ROOTS OF NORWAY SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES (L.) KARST.) IS A SENSITIVE PARAMETER FOR ALUMINUM SUPPLY AT A FOREST SITE (HOGLWALD)

      Plant and soil
    7. CAKMAK I; TORUN B; ERENOGLU B; OZTURK L; MARSCHNER H; KALAYCI M; EKIZ H; YILMAZ A
      MORPHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES IN THE RESPONSE OF CEREALS TO ZINC-DEFICIENCY (REPRINTED FROM WHEAT - PROSPECTS FOR GLOBAL IMPROVEMENT, 1998)

      Euphytica
    8. MARSCHNER H; KIRKBY EA; ENGELS C
      IMPORTANCE OF CYCLING AND RECYCLING OF MINERAL NUTRIENTS WITHIN PLANTS FOR GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

      Botanica acta
    9. GEORGE E; SEITH B; SCHAEFFER C; MARSCHNER H
      RESPONSES OF PICEA, PINUS AND PSEUDOTSUGA ROOTS TO HETEROGENEOUS NUTRIENT DISTRIBUTION IN SOIL

      Tree physiology
    10. KORDEL P; HOFFMANN K; MARSCHNER H
      RESULTS OF BULK-DENSITY MEASUREMENTS OF P RESSED AND DRIED PULP

      Zuckerindustrie
    11. ALHENDAWI RA; ROMHELD V; KIRKBY EA; MARSCHNER H
      INFLUENCE OF INCREASING BICARBONATE CONCENTRATIONS ON PLANT-GROWTH, ORGANIC-ACID ACCUMULATION IN ROOTS AND IRON UPTAKE BY BARLEY, SORGHUM, AND MAIZE

      Journal of plant nutrition
    12. MULLER HH; MARSCHNER H
      USE OF AN IN-VITRO ASSAY TO INVESTIGATE THE ANTIOXIDATIVE DEFENSE POTENTIAL OF WHEAT GENOTYPES UNDER DROUGHT STRESS AS INFLUENCED BY NITROGEN NUTRITION

      Phyton
    13. BRASCHKAT J; MANNHEIM T; MARSCHNER H
      ESTIMATION OF AMMONIA LOSSES AFTER APPLICATION OF LIQUID CATTLE MANURE ON GRASSLAND

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    14. MANNHEIM T; BRASCHKAT J; MARSCHNER H
      AMMONIA EMISSIONS FROM SENESCING PLANTS A ND DURING DECOMPOSITION OF CROP RESIDUES

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    15. MANNHEIM T; BRASCHKAT J; DORR J; MARSCHNER H
      COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION FRAMEWORK FOR EVA LUATION AND REDUCTION OF AMMONIA EMISSIONS AFTER LIQUID MANURE APPLICATION

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    16. GERARD B; BUERKERT A; HIERNAUX P; MARSCHNER H
      NONDESTRUCTIVE MEASUREMENT OF PLANT-GROWTH AND NITROGEN STATUS OF PEARL-MILLET WITH LOW-ALTITUDE AERIAL-PHOTOGRAPHY (REPRINTED FROM PLANT NUTRITION FOR SUSTAINABLE FOOD-PRODUCTION AND ENVIRONMENT, 1997)

      Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
    17. BUERKERT A; LAMERS JPA; SCHMELZER GH; BECKER K; MARSCHNER H
      PHOSPHORUS AND MILLET CROP RESIDUE APPLICATION AFFECT THE QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF MILLET LEAVES AND FODDER WEEDS FOR RUMINANTS IN AGROPASTORAL SYSTEMS OF THE SAHEL

      Experimental Agriculture
    18. LI XL; GEORGE E; MARSCHNER H; ZHANG JL
      PHOSPHORUS ACQUISITION FROM COMPACTED SOIL BY HYPHAE OF A MYCORRHIZALFUNGUS ASSOCIATED WITH RED-CLOVER (TRIFOLIUM-PRATENSE)

      Canadian journal of botany
    19. ENGELS C; MARSCHNER H
      EFFECT OF ROOT-ZONE TEMPERATURE AND SHOOT DEMAND ON NITROGEN TRANSLOCATION FROM THE ROOTS TO THE SHOOT IN MAIZE SUPPLIED WITH NITRATE OR AMMONIUM

      Plant physiology and biochemistry
    20. SCHULZ R; BREUER J; ROMHELD V; MARSCHNER H
      INFLUENCE OF SOIL SAMPLING TECHNIQUES ON THE RESULTS OF HEAVY-METAL TRANSPORT INTO THE SUBSOILS AFTER LONG-TERM APPLICATION OF SEWAGE-SLUDGE

      Agribiological research
    21. HIGUCHI K; NISHIZAWA N; ROMHELD V; MARSCHNER H; MORI S
      ABSENCE OF NICOTIANAMINE SYNTHASE ACTIVITY IN THE TOMATO MUTANT CHLORONERVA

      Journal of plant nutrition
    22. ZHANG CD; ROMHELD V; MARSCHNER H
      REMOBILIZATION OF IRON FROM PRIMARY LEAVES OF BEAN-PLANTS GROWN AT VARIOUS IRON LEVELS

      Journal of plant nutrition
    23. CAKMAK I; OZTURK L; KARANLIK S; MARSCHNER H; EKIZ H
      ZINC-EFFICIENT WILD GRASSES ENHANCE RELEASE OF PHYTOSIDEROPHORES UNDER ZINC-DEFICIENCY

      Journal of plant nutrition
    24. ERENOGLU B; CAKMAK I; MARSCHNER H; ROMHELD V; EKER S; DAGHAN H; KALAYCI M; EKIZ H
      PHYTOSIDEROPHORE RELEASE DOES NOT RELATE WELL WITH ZINC EFFICIENCY INDIFFERENT BREAD WHEAT GENOTYPES

      Journal of plant nutrition
    25. MARSCHNER H
      MINERAL NUTRIENT ACQUISITION IN NONMYCORRHIZAL AND MYCORRHIZAL PLANTS

      Phyton
    26. NEUMANN G; AZAIZEH HA; MARSCHNER H
      THIAMINE (VITAMIN-B1) SEED TREATMENT ENHA NCES GERMINATION AND SEEDLING GROWTH OF BEAN (PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS L) EXPOSED TO SOAKING INJURY

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    27. AZAIZEH HA; NEUMANN G; MARSCHNER H
      EFFECTS OF THIAMINE AND NITROGEN-FERTILIZER FORM ON THE NUMBER OF N-2-FIXING AND TOTAL BACTERIA IN THE RHIZOSPHERE OF MAIZE PLANTS

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    28. GEORGE E; MARSCHNER H
      NUTRIENT AND WATER-UPTAKE BY ROOTS OF FOREST TREES

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    29. GUO YL; MARSCHNER H
      GENOTYPIC DIFFERENCES IN UPTAKE AND TRANSLOCATION OF CADMIUM IN BEAN AND MAIZE INBRED LINES

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    30. YEHUDA Z; SHENKER M; ROMHELD V; MARSCHNER H; HADAR Y; CHEN YN
      THE ROLE OF LIGAND-EXCHANGE IN THE UPTAKE OF IRON FROM MICROBIAL SIDEROPHORES BY GRAMINEOUS PLANTS

      Plant physiology
    31. VONWIREN N; MARSCHNER H; ROMHELD V
      ROOTS OF IRON-EFFICIENT MAIZE ALSO ABSORB PHYTOSIDEROPHORE-CHELATED ZINC

      Plant physiology
    32. ENGELS C; MARSCHNER H
      EFFECTS OF SUBOPTIMAL ROOT-ZONE TEMPERATURES AND SHOOT DEMAND ON NET TRANSLOCATION OF MICRONUTRIENTS FROM THE ROOTS TO THE SHOOT OF MAIZE

      Plant and soil
    33. WALLENDA T; SCHAEFFER C; EINIG W; WINGLER A; HAMPP R; SEITH B; GEORGE E; MARSCHNER H
      EFFECTS OF VARIED SOIL-NITROGEN SUPPLY ON NORWAY SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES [L] KARST) .2. CARBON METABOLISM IN NEEDLES AND MYCORRHIZAL ROOTS

      Plant and soil
    34. GUO Y; GEORGE E; MARSCHNER H
      CONTRIBUTION OF AN ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS TO THE UPTAKE OF CADMIUM AND NICKEL IN BEAN AND MAIZE PLANTS

      Plant and soil
    35. SEITH B; GEORGE E; MARSCHNER H; WALLENDA T; SCHAEFFER C; EINIG W; WINGLER A; HAMPP R
      EFFECTS OF VARIED SOIL-NITROGEN SUPPLY ON NORWAY SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES [L] KARST) .1. SHOOT AND ROOT-GROWTH AND NUTRIENT-UPTAKE

      Plant and soil
    36. ZHANG CD; ROMHELD V; MARSCHNER H
      EFFECT OF PRIMARY LEAVES ON FE-59 UPTAKE BY ROOTS AND FE-59 DISTRIBUTION IN THE SHOOT OF IRON SUFFICIENT AND IRON-DEFICIENT BEAN (PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS L) PLANTS

      Plant and soil
    37. NURLAENY N; MARSCHNER H; GEORGE E
      EFFECTS OF LIMING AND MYCORRHIZAL COLONIZATION ON SOIL PHOSPHATE-DEPLETION AND PHOSPHATE-UPTAKE BY MAIZE (ZEA-MAYS L) AND SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX L) GROWN IN 2 TROPICAL ACID SOILS

      Plant and soil
    38. CAKMAK I; SARI N; MARSCHNER H; KALAYCI M; YILMAZ A; EKER S; GULUT KY
      DRY-MATTER PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF ZINC IN BREAD AND DURUM-WHEAT GENOTYPES DIFFERING IN ZINC EFFICIENCY

      Plant and soil
    39. CAKMAK I; SARI N; MARSCHNER H; EKIZ H; KALAYCI M; YILMAZ A; BRAUN HJ
      PHYTOSIDEROPHORE RELEASE IN BREAD AND DURUM-WHEAT GENOTYPES DIFFERINGIN ZINC EFFICIENCY

      Plant and soil
    40. BUERKERT A; MAHLER F; MARSCHNER H
      SOIL PRODUCTIVITY MANAGEMENT AND PLANT-GROWTH IN THE SAHEL - POTENTIAL OF AN AERIAL MONITORING TECHNIQUE

      Plant and soil
    41. ELTROP L; MARSCHNER H
      GROWTH AND MINERAL-NUTRITION OF NONMYCORRHIZAL AND MYCORRHIZAL NORWAYSPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES) SEEDLINGS GROWN IN SEMI-HYDROPONIC SAND CULTURE .1. GROWTH AND MINERAL NUTRIENT-UPTAKE IN PLANTS SUPPLIED WITH DIFFERENT FORMS OF NITROGEN

      New phytologist
    42. ELTROP L; MARSCHNER H
      GROWTH AND MINERAL-NUTRITION OF NONMYCORRHIZAL AND MYCORRHIZAL NORWAYSPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES) SEEDLINGS GROWN IN SEMI-HYDROPONIC SAND CULTURE .2. CARBON PARTITIONING IN PLANTS SUPPLIED WITH AMMONIUM OR NITRATE

      New phytologist
    43. MARSCHNER H; KIRKBY EA; CAKMAK I
      EFFECT OF MINERAL NUTRITIONAL-STATUS ON SHOOT-ROOT PARTITIONING OF PHOTOASSIMILATES AND CYCLING OF MINERAL NUTRIENTS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    44. AZAIZEH HA; MARSCHNER H; ROMHELD V; WITTENMAYER L
      EFFECTS OF A VESICULAR-ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS AND OTHER SOIL-MICROORGANISMS ON GROWTH, MINERAL NUTRIENT ACQUISITION AND ROOT EXUDATION OF SOIL-GROWN MAIZE PLANTS

      Mycorrhiza
    45. DINKELAKER B; HENGELER C; MARSCHNER H
      DISTRIBUTION AND FUNCTION OF PROTEOID RESTS AND OTHER ROOT CLUSTERS

      Botanica acta
    46. BUERKERT B; HORLACHER D; MARSCHNER H
      TIME-COURSE OF NITROGEN IN SOIL SOLUTION AND NITROGEN UPTAKE IN MAIZEPLANTS AS AFFECTED BY FORM AND APPLICATION TIME OF FERTILIZER NITROGEN

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    47. GEORGE E; MARSCHNER H; JAKOBSEN I
      ROLE OF ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI IN UPTAKE OF PHOSPHORUS AND NITROGEN FROM SOIL

      Critical reviews in biotechnology
    48. WALTER A; PICH A; SCHOLZ G; MARSCHNER H; ROMHELD V
      EFFECTS OF IRON NUTRITIONAL-STATUS AND TIME OF DAY ON CONCENTRATIONS OF PHYTOSIDEROPHORES AND NICOTIANAMINE IN DIFFERENT ROOT AND SHOOT ZONES OF BARLEY

      Journal of plant nutrition
    49. GUO YT; MARSCHNER H
      UPTAKE, DISTRIBUTION, AND BINDING OF CADMIUM AND NICKEL IN DIFFERENT PLANT-SPECIES

      Journal of plant nutrition
    50. ZHANG CD; ROMHELD V; MARSCHNER H
      DISTRIBUTION PATTERN OF ROOT-SUPPLIED (59)IRON IN IRON-SUFFICIENT ANDIRON-DEFICIENT BEAN-PLANTS

      Journal of plant nutrition
    51. WALTER A; PICH A; SCHOLZ G; MARSCHNER H; ROMHELD V
      DIURNAL-VARIATIONS IN RELEASE OF PHYTOSIDEROPHORES AND IN CONCENTRATIONS OF PHYTOSIDEROPHORES AND NICOTIANAMINE IN ROOTS AND SHOOTS OF BARLEY

      Journal of plant physiology
    52. ZHANG CD; ROMHELD V; MARSCHNER H
      RETRANSLOCATION OF IRON FROM PRIMARY LEAVES OF BEAN-PLANTS GROWN UNDER IRON-DEFICIENCY

      Journal of plant physiology
    53. DANNEL F; PFEFFER H; MARSCHNER H
      ISOLATION OF APOPLASMIC FLUID FROM SUNFLOWER LEAVES AND ITS USE FOR STUDIES ON INFLUENCE OF NITROGEN SUPPLY ON APOPLASMIC PH

      Journal of plant physiology
    54. CAKMAK I; ATLI M; KAYA R; EVLIYA H; MARSCHNER H
      ASSOCIATION OF HIGH LIGHT AND ZINC-DEFICIENCY IN COLD-INDUCED LEAF CHLOROSIS IN GRAPEFRUIT AND MANDARINE TREES

      Journal of plant physiology
    55. MANNHEIM T; BRASCHKAT J; MARSCHNER H
      REDUCTION OF AMMONIA EMISSIONS AFTER APPL ICATION OF LIQUID CATTLE MANURE ON ARABLE LAND AND GRASSLAND - COMPARISON OF WIDE SPREAD APPLICATION, APPLICATION IN NARROW BANDS AND INJECTION

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    56. AZAIZEH HA; NEUMANN G; MARSCHNER H
      EFFECTS OF THIAMINE (VITAMIN-B1) APPLICATION ON BULK SOIL AND RHIZOSPHERE MICROORGANISMS AND ON ITS RELEASE FROM BEAN (PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS L) SEEDLINGS

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    57. AZAIZEH HA; NEUMANN G; MARSCHNER H
      EFFECTS OF THIAMINE ON GROWTH-RATES OF RHIZOBIUM SPP AND PUTATIVE DIAZOTROPHIC BACTERIA CULTIVATED IN-VITRO AT DIFFERENT PH

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    58. MANNHEIM T; BRASCHKAT J; MARSCHNER H
      MEASUREMENT OF AMMONIA EMISSION AFTER LIQUID MANURE APPLICATION .2. COMPARISON OF THE WIND-TUNNEL AND THE IHF METHOD UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    59. TARAFDAR JC; MARSCHNER H
      DUAL INOCULATION WITH ASPERGILLUS-FUMIGATUS AND GLOMUS-MOSSEAE ENHANCES BIOMASS PRODUCTION AND NUTRIENT-UPTAKE IN WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L) SUPPLIED WITH ORGANIC PHOSPHORUS AS NA-PHYTATE

      Plant and soil
    60. CAKMAK I; KURZ H; MARSCHNER H
      SHORT-TERM EFFECTS OF BORON, GERMANIUM AND HIGH LIGHT-INTENSITY ON MEMBRANE-PERMEABILITY IN BORON DEFICIENT LEAVES OF SUNFLOWER

      Physiologia Plantarum
    61. VONWIREN N; MARSCHNER H; ROMHELD V
      UPTAKE KINETICS OF IRON-PHYTOSIDEROPHORES IN 2 MAIZE GENOTYPES DIFFERING IN IRON EFFICIENCY

      Physiologia Plantarum
    62. VONWIREN N; ROMHELD V; SHIOIRI T; MARSCHNER H
      COMPETITION BETWEEN MICROORGANISMS AND ROOTS OF BARLEY AND SORGHUM FOR IRON ACCUMULATED IN THE ROOT APOPLASM

      New phytologist
    63. HIGUCHI K; NISHIZAWA NK; YAMAGUCHI H; ROMHELD V; MARSCHNER H; MORI S
      RESPONSE OF NICOTIANAMINE SYNTHASE ACTIVITY TO FE-DEFICIENCY IN TOBACCO PLANTS AS COMPARED WITH BARLEY

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    64. BUERKERT A; LAWRENCE PR; WILLIAMS JH; MARSCHNER H
      NONDESTRUCTIVE MEASUREMENTS OF BIOMASS IN MILLET, COWPEA, GROUNDNUT, WEEDS AND GRASS SWARDS USING REFLECTANCE, AND THEIR APPLICATION FOR GROWTH ANALYSIS

      Experimental Agriculture
    65. BUERKERT A; STERN RD; MARSCHNER H
      POST STRATIFICATION CLARIFIES TREATMENT EFFECTS ON PEARL-MILLET GROWTH IN THE SAHEL

      Agronomy journal
    66. POSTA K; MARSCHNER H; ROMHELD V
      MANGANESE REDUCTION IN THE RHIZOSPHERE OF MYCORRHIZAL AND NONMYCORRHIZAL MAIZE

      Mycorrhiza
    67. REBAFKA FP; HEBEL A; BATIONO A; STAHR K; MARSCHNER H
      SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF CROP RESIDUES AND OF PHOSPHORUS FERTILIZATION ON PEARL-MILLET YIELD ON AN ACID SANDY SOIL IN NIGER, WEST-AFRICA

      Field crops research
    68. YANG X; ROMHELD V; MARSCHNER H
      UPTAKE OF IRON, ZINC, MANGANESE, AND COPPER BY SEEDLINGS OF HYBRID AND TRADITIONAL RICE CULTIVARS FROM DIFFERENT SOIL TYPES

      Journal of plant nutrition
    69. CAKMAK S; GULUT KY; MARSCHNER H; GRAHAM RD
      EFFECT OF ZINC AND IRON-DEFICIENCY ON PHYTOSIDEROPHORE RELEASE IN WHEAT GENOTYPES DIFFERING IN ZINC EFFICIENCY

      Journal of plant nutrition
    70. MULLER JF; HULSTER A; PAPKE O; BALL M; MARSCHNER H
      TRANSFER OF PCDD PCDF FROM CONTAMINATED SOILS INTO CARROTS, LETTUCE AND PEAS/

      Chemosphere
    71. BRAUN C; BRASCHKAT J; MANNHEIM T; FISCHER WR; MARSCHNER H
      ESTIMATION OF N2O-LOSSES WITH A WINDTUNNE L - A COMPARISON OF METHODS

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    72. ENGELS C; MOLLENKOPF M; MARSCHNER H
      EFFECT OF DRYING AND REWETTING THE TOPSOIL ON ROOT-GROWTH OF MAIZE AND RAPE IN DIFFERENT SOIL DEPTHS

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    73. TARAFDAR JC; MARSCHNER H
      EFFICIENCY OF VAM HYPHAE IN UTILIZATION OF ORGANIC PHOSPHORUS BY WHEAT PLANTS

      Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
    74. WALTER A; ROMHELD V; MARSCHNER H; CROWLEY DE
      IRON NUTRITION OF CUCUMBER AND MAIZE - EFFECT OF PSEUDOMONAS-PUTIDA YC-3 AND ITS SIDEROPHORE

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    75. TARAFDAR JC; MARSCHNER H
      PHOSPHATASE-ACTIVITY IN THE RHIZOSPHERE AND HYPHOSPHERE OF VA MYCORRHIZAL WHEAT SUPPLIED WITH INORGANIC AND ORGANIC PHOSPHORUS

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    76. VONWIREN N; MORI S; MARSCHNER H; ROMHELD V
      IRON INEFFICIENCY IN MAIZE MUTANT YS1 (ZEA-MAYS L CV YELLOW-STRIPE) IS CAUSED BY A DEFECT IN UPTAKE OF IRON PHYTOSIDEROPHORES

      Plant physiology
    77. BORSTLAP AC; DEBRUIJN FJ; CLOTHIER BE; DIXON ROD; FLOWERS TJ; GRAHAM JH; HUTTL RF; MARSCHNER H; MERCKX R; MINCHIN FR; RODRIGUEZKABANA R; ROLFE BG; RUFTY TW; STEWART GR
      ARNOLD,HENK 13 APRIL 1920 3 MAY 1994 - OBITUARY

      Plant and soil
    78. AWAD F; ROMHELD V; MARSCHNER H
      EFFECT OF ROOT EXUDATES ON MOBILIZATION IN THE RHIZOSPHERE AND UPTAKEOF IRON BY WHEAT PLANTS

      Plant and soil
    79. MARSCHNER H; ROMHELD V
      STRATEGIES OF PLANTS FOR ACQUISITION OF IRON

      Plant and soil
    80. YANG X; ROMHELD V; MARSCHNER H
      EFFECT OF BICARBONATE ON ROOT-GROWTH AND ACCUMULATION OF ORGANIC-ACIDS IN ZN-INEFFICIENT AND ZN-EFFICIENT RICE CULTIVARS (ORYZA-SATIVA L)

      Plant and soil
    81. YANG X; ROMHELD V; MARSCHNER H; CHANEY RL
      APPLICATION OF CHELATOR-BUFFERED NUTRIENT SOLUTION TECHNIQUE IN STUDIES ON ZINC NUTRITION IN RICE PLANT (ORYZA-SATIVA L)

      Plant and soil
    82. WASCHKIES C; SCHROPP A; MARSCHNER H
      RELATIONS BETWEEN GRAPEVINE REPLANT DISEASE AND ROOT COLONIZATION OF GRAPEVINE (VITIS SP) BY FLUORESCENT PSEUDOMONADS AND ENDOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGI

      Plant and soil
    83. MARSCHNER H; DELL B
      NUTRIENT-UPTAKE IN MYCORRHIZAL SYMBIOSIS

      Plant and soil
    84. WALTER A; ROMHELD V; MARSCHNER H; MORI S
      IS THE RELEASE OF PHYTOSIDEROPHORES IN ZINC-DEFICIENT WHEAT PLANTS A RESPONSE TO IMPAIRED IRON UTILIZATION

      Physiologia Plantarum
    85. CAKMAK I; HENGELER C; MARSCHNER H
      PARTITIONING OF SHOOT AND ROOT DRY-MATTER AND CARBOHYDRATES IN BEAN-PLANTS SUFFERING FROM PHOSPHORUS, POTASSIUM AND MAGNESIUM-DEFICIENCY

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    86. CAKMAK I; HENGELER C; MARSCHNER H
      CHANGES IN PHLOEM EXPORT OF SUCROSE IN LEAVES IN RESPONSE TO PHOSPHORUS, POTASSIUM AND MAGNESIUM-DEFICIENCY IN BEAN-PLANTS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    87. PINTON R; CAKMAK I; MARSCHNER H
      ZINC-DEFICIENCY ENHANCED NAD(P)H-DEPENDENT SUPEROXIDE RADICAL PRODUCTION IN PLASMA-MEMBRANE VESICLES ISOLATED FROM ROOTS OF BEAN-PLANTS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    88. REINHARD S; WEBER E; MARTIN P; MARSCHNER H
      INFLUENCE OF PHOSPHORUS SUPPLY AND LIGHT-INTENSITY ON MYCORRHIZAL RESPONSE IN PISUM-RHIZOBIUM-GLOMUS SYMBIOSIS

      Experientia
    89. HULSTER A; MULLER JF; MARSCHNER H
      SOIL-PLANT TRANSFER OF POLYCHLORINATED DIBENZO-P-DIOXINS AND DIBENZOFURANS TO VEGETABLES OF THE CUCUMBER FAMILY (CUCURBITACEAE)

      Environmental science & technology
    90. JUNGE A; STOBER C; MARSCHNER H
      INFLUENCE OF SET-ASIDE SCHEME ON N-DYNAMI CS IN SOILS

      Agribiological research
    91. REBAFKA FP; BATIONO A; MARSCHNER H
      PHOSPHORUS SEED COATING INCREASES PHOSPHORUS UPTAKE, EARLY GROWTH ANDYIELD OF PEARL-MILLET (PENNISETUM-GLAUCUM (L) R BR) GROWN ON AN ACID SANDY SOIL IN NIGER, WEST-AFRICA

      Fertilizer research
    92. REBAFKA FP; NDUNGURU BJ; MARSCHNER H
      SINGLE SUPERPHOSPHATE DEPRESSES MOLYBDENUM UPTAKE AND LIMITS YIELD RESPONSE TO PHOSPHORUS IN GROUNDNUT (ARACHIS-HYPOGAEA L) GROWN ON AN ACID SANDY SOIL IN NIGER, WEST-AFRICA

      Fertilizer research
    93. MULLER JF; HULSTER A; PAPKE O; BALL M; MARSCHNER H
      TRANSFER PATHWAYS OF PCDD PCDF TO FRUITS

      Chemosphere
    94. HULSTER A; MARSCHNER H
      TRANSFER OF PCDD PCDF FROM CONTAMINATED SOILS TO FOOD AND FODDER CROPPLANTS

      Chemosphere
    95. BRASCHKAT J; MANNHEIM T; HORLACHER D; MARSCHNER H
      MEASUREMENT OF AMMONIA EMISSIONS AFTER LIQUID MANURE APPLICATION .1. CONSTRUCTION OF A WINDTUNNEL SYSTEM FOR MEASUREMENTS UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    96. HAFNER H; BLEY J; BATIONO A; MARTIN P; MARSCHNER H
      LONG-TERM NITROGEN-BALANCE FOR PEARL-MILLET (PENNISETUM-GLAUCUM L) INAN ACID SANDY SOIL OF NIGER

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    97. DINKELAKER B; HAHN G; ROMHELD V; WOLF GA; MARSCHNER H
      NONDESTRUCTIVE METHODS FOR DEMONSTRATING CHEMICAL-CHANGES IN THE RHIZOSPHERE .1. DESCRIPTION OF METHODS

      Plant and soil
    98. DINKELAKER B; HAHN G; MARSCHNER H
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