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    1. Jungk, A
      Root hairs and the acquisition of plant nutrients from soil

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION AND SOIL SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENERNAHRUNG UND BODENKUNDE
    2. Donald, KM; Joint, I; Rees, AP; Woodward, EMS; Savidge, G
      Uptake of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus by phytoplankton along the 20 degrees W meridian in the NE Atlantic between 57.5 degrees N and 37 degrees N

      DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART II-TOPICAL STUDIES IN OCEANOGRAPHY
    3. Wysocki, R; Chery, CC; Wawrzycka, D; Van Hulle, M; Cornelis, R; Thevelein, JM; Tamas, MJ
      The glycerol channel Fps1p mediates the uptake of arsenite and antimonite in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    4. Hao, XD; van Loosdrecht, MCM; Meijer, SCF; Heijnen, JJ; Qian, Y
      Model-based evaluation of denitrifying P removal in a two-sludge system

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-ASCE
    5. Ayling, SM; Smith, SE; Smith, FA
      Colonisation by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi changes the relationship between phosphorus uptake and membrane potential in leek (Allium porrum) seedlings

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Omlin, M; Reichert, P; Forster, R
      Biogeochemical model of Lake Zurich: model equations and results

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    7. Ng, WJ; Ong, SL; Hu, JY
      Denitrifying phosphorus removal by anaerobic/anoxic sequencing batch reactor

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    8. Atkinson, BW; Mudaly, DD; Bux, F
      Contribution of Pseudomonas spp. to phosphorus uptake in the anoxic zone of an anaerobic anoxic-aerobic continuous activated sludge system

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    9. Shen, ZL
      Historical changes in nutrient structure and its influences on phytoplantkon composition in Jiaozhou Bay

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    10. Koch, MS; Benz, RE; Rudnick, DT
      Solid-phase phosphorus pools in highly organic carbonate sediments of northeastern Florida Bay

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    11. Havens, KE; Schelske, CL
      The importance of considering biological processes when setting total maximum daily loads (TMDL) for phosphorus in shallow lakes and reservoirs

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    12. Takahashi, A; Kawakami, H; Iwakiri, K; Matsuto, S
      Some characteristics of arsenate transport in a marine cyanobacterium, Synechococcus sp.

      APPLIED ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY
    13. Navarro, JM; Botella, MA; Cerda, A; Martinez, V
      Phosphorus uptake and translocation in salt-stressed melon plants

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Tamas, MJ; Wysocki, R
      Mechanisms involved in metalloid transport and tolerance acquisition

      CURRENT GENETICS
    15. Fong, P; Kamer, K; Boyer, KE; Boyle, KA
      Nutrient content of macroalgae with differing morphologies may indicate sources of nutrients for tropical marine systems

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    16. Sutula, M; Day, JW; Cable, J; Rudnick, D
      Hydrological and nutrient budgets of freshwater and estuarine wetlands of Taylor Slough in Southern Everglades, Florida (USA)

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    17. Baird, ME; Emsley, SM; McGlade, JM
      Modelling the interacting effects of nutrient uptake, light capture and temperature on phytoplankton growth

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    18. Robinson, D
      Root proliferation, nitrate inflow and their carbon costs during nitrogen capture by competing plants in patchy soil

      PLANT AND SOIL
    19. Smith, FW
      Sulphur and phosphorus transport systems in plants

      PLANT AND SOIL
    20. Wallstedt, A; Sommarin, M; Nilsson, MC; Munson, AD; Margolis, HA
      The inhibition of ammonium uptake in excised birch (Betula pendula) roots by batatasin-III

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    21. Yip, JYH; Vanlerberghe, GC
      Mitochondrial alternative oxidase acts to dampen the generation of active oxygen species during a period of rapid respiration induced to support a high rate of nutrient uptake

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    22. Ritchie, RJ; Trautman, DA; Larkum, AWD
      Phosphate limited cultures of the cyanobacterium Synechococcus are capableof very rapid, opportunistic uptake of phosphate

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    23. Sharples, JM; Meharg, AA; Chambers, SM; Cairney, JWG
      Arsenate resistance in the ericoid mycorrhizal fungus Hymenoscyphus ericae

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    24. Ning, JC; Cumming, JR
      Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi alter phosphorus relations of broomsedge (Andropogon virginicus L.) plants

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    25. Fransen, B; De Kroon, H
      Long-term disadvantages of selective root placement: root proliferation and shoot biomass of two perennial grass species in a 2-year experiment

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    26. Miyasaka, SC; Habte, M
      Plant mechanisms and mycorrhizal symbioses to increase phosphorus uptake efficiency

      COMMUNICATIONS IN SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT ANALYSIS
    27. Harrison, PJ; Hurd, CL
      Nutrient physiology of seaweeds: Application of concepts to aquaculture

      CAHIERS DE BIOLOGIE MARINE
    28. Whitbeck, JL
      Effects of light environment on vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza development in Inga leiocalycina, a tropical wet forest tree

      BIOTROPICA
    29. Inthorn, D
      Removal of heavy metal by using microalgae

      PHOTOSYNTHETIC MICROORGANISMS IN ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
    30. Kalifa, A; Barthakur, NN; Donnelly, DJ
      Phosphorus reduces salinity stress in micropropated potato

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POTATO RESEARCH
    31. Wagner, F; Sahan, E; Falkner, G
      The establishment of coherent phosphate uptake behaviour by the cyanobacterium Anacystis nidulans

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    32. Aubriot, L; Wagner, F; Falkner, G
      The phosphate uptake behaviour of phytoplankton communities in eutrophic lakes reflects alterations in the phosphate supply

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    33. John, EH; Flynn, KJ
      Growth dynamics and toxicity of Alexandrium fundyense (Dinophyceae): the effect of changing N : P supply ratios on internal toxin and nutrient levels

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    34. Bjorkman, K; Thomson-Bulldis, AL; Karl, DM
      Phosphorus dynamics in the North Pacific subtropical gyre

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    35. Duke, SE; Caldwell, MM
      Phosphate uptake kinetics of Artemisia tridentata roots exposed to multiple soil enriched-nutrient patches

      FLORA
    36. Levich, AP
      Variational modelling theorems and algocoenoses functioning principles

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    37. Wanner, J; Ruzickova, I; Krhutkova, O; Pribyl, M
      Activated sludge population dynamics and wastewater treatment plant designand operation

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    38. Ruzic, D; Saric, M; Cerovic, R; Culafic, L
      Relationship between the concentration of macroelements, their uptake and multiplication of cherry rootstock Gisela 5 in vitro

      PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE
    39. Vadstein, O
      Heterotrophic, planktonic bacteria and cycling of phosphorus - Phosphorus requirements, competitive ability, and food web interactions

      ADVANCES IN MICROBIAL ECOLOGY, VOL 16
    40. Joner, EJ; Ravnskov, S; Jakobsen, I
      Arbuscular mycorrhizal phosphate transport under monoxenic conditions using radio-labelled inorganic and organic phosphate

      BIOTECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    41. Reid, RJ; Mimura, T; Ohsumi, Y; Walker, NA; Smith, FA
      Phosphate uptake in Chara: membrane transport via Na/Pi cotransport

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    42. McGrath, JW; Quinn, JP
      Intracellular accumulation of polyphosphate by the yeast Candida humicola G-1 in response to acid pH

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    43. Barkosky, RR; Einhellig, FA; Butler, JL
      Caffeic acid-induced changes in plant-water relationships and photosynthesis in leafy spurge Euphorbia esula

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    44. Falkner, G; Falkner, R
      Objectivistic views in biology: an obstacle to our understanding of self-organisation processes in aquatic ecosystems

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    45. Sharples, JM; Meharg, AA; Chambers, SM; Cairney, JWG
      Mechanism of arsenate resistance in the ericoid mycorrhizal fungus Hymenoscyphus ericae

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    46. Malinowski, DP; Alloush, GA; Belesky, DP
      Leaf endophyte Neotyphodium coenophialum modifies mineral uptake in tall fescue

      PLANT AND SOIL
    47. Rasmussen, N; Lloyd, DC; Ratcliffe, RG; Hansen, PE; Jakobsen, I
      P-31 NMR for the study of P metabolism and translocation in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi

      PLANT AND SOIL
    48. Sharples, JM; Meharg, AA; Chambers, SM; Cairney, JWG
      Evolution - Symbiotic solution to arsenic contamination

      NATURE
    49. Riegman, R; Stolte, W; Noordeloos, AAM; Slezak, D
      Nutrient uptake, and alkaline phosphate (EC 3 : 1 : 3 : 1) activity of Emiliania huxleyi (Prymnesiophyceae) during growth under N and P limitation incontinuous cultures

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    50. Benitez-Nelson, CR
      The biogeochemical cycling of phosphorus in marine systems

      EARTH-SCIENCE REVIEWS
    51. Hearn, CJ
      Wave-breaking hydrodynamics within coral reef systems and the effect of changing relative sea level

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-OCEANS
    52. Nicklisch, A
      Competition between the cyanobacterium Limnothrix redekei and some spring species of diatoms under P-limitation

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    53. Vogel, HJ; Lundberg, P; Bagh, K
      Noninvasive NMR studies of metabolism in cultured Catharanthus roseus cells

      IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-PLANT
    54. Robinson, D; Hodge, A; Griffiths, BS; Fitter, AH
      Plant root proliferation in nitrogen-rich patches confers competitive advantage

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    55. Bucking, H; Heyser, W
      Elemental composition and function of polyphosphates in ectomycorrhizal fungi - an X-ray microanalytical study

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    56. Han, HJ; Kim, DH; Park, SH; Lee, YS; Lee, JH; Yang, IS
      Regulatory mechanism of polarized membrane transport by glucocorticoid in renal proximal tubule cells: Involvement of [Ca2+](i)

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL SCIENCE
    57. Sharples, JM; Meharg, AA; Chambers, SM; Cairney, JWG
      Arsenate sensitivity in ericoid and ectomycorrhizal fungi

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    58. Cahill, JF; Casper, BB
      Growth consequences of soil nutrient heterogeneity for two old-field herbs, Ambrosia artemisiifolia and Phytolacca americana, grown individually and in combination

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    59. Hirsch, RE; Sussman, MR
      Improving nutrient capture from soil by the genetic manipulation of crop plants

      TRENDS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
    60. Chen, RH; Twilley, RR
      Patterns of mangrove forest structure and soil nutrient dynamics along theShark River estuary, Florida

      ESTUARIES
    61. Roelke, DL; Eldridge, PM; Cifuentes, LA
      A model of phytoplankton competition for limiting and nonlimiting nutrients: Implications for development of estuarine and nearshore management schemes

      ESTUARIES
    62. Valenzuela-Espinoza, E; Millan-Nunez, R; Nunez-Cebrero, F
      Biomass production and nutrient uptake by Isochrysis aff. galbana (Clone T-ISO) cultured with a low cost alternative to the f/2 medium

      AQUACULTURAL ENGINEERING
    63. Meinhold, J; Arnold, E; Isaacs, S
      Effect of nitrite on anoxic phosphate uptake in biological phosphorus removal activated sludge

      WATER RESEARCH
    64. Gahoonia, TS; Nielsen, NE; Lyshede, OB
      Phosphorus (P) acquisition of cereal cultivars in the field at three levels of P fertilization

      PLANT AND SOIL
    65. Sneller, FEC; Van Heerwaarden, LM; Kraaijeveld-Smit, FJL; Ten Bookum, WM; Koevoets, PLM; Schat, H; Verkleij, JAC
      Toxicity of arsenate in Silene vulgaris, accumulation and degradation of arsenate-induced phytochelatins

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    66. Colpaert, JV; van Tichelen, KK; van Assche, JA; Van Laere, A
      Short-term phosphorus uptake rates in mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal roots of intact Pinus sylvestris seedlings

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    67. Sundareshwar, PV; Morris, JT
      Phosphorus sorption characteristics of intertidal marsh sediments along anestuarine salinity gradient

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    68. Carbonell-Barrachina, AA; Burlo, F; Valero, D; Lopez, E; Martinez-Romero, D; Martinez-Sanchez, F
      Arsenic toxicity and accumulation in turnip as affected by arsenic chemical speciation

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    69. Burlo, F; Guijarro, I; Carbonell-Barrachina, AA; Valero, D; Martinez-Sanchez, F
      Arsenic species: Effects on and accumulation by tomato plants

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    70. Schell, MJ; Letcher, AJ; Brearley, CA; Biber, J; Murer, H; Irvine, RF
      PiUS (Pi uptake stimulator) is an inositol hexakisphosphate kinase

      FEBS LETTERS
    71. LOFFING J; LOTSCHER M; KAISSLING B; BIBER J; MURER H; SEIKALY M; ALPERN RJ; LEVI M; BAUM M; MOE OW
      RENAL NA H EXCHANGER NHE-3 AND NA-PO4 COTRANSPORTER NAPI-2 PROTEIN EXPRESSION IN GLUCOCORTICOID EXCESS AND DEFICIENT STATES/

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    72. MEINHOLD J; PEDERSEN H; ARNOLD E; ISAACS S; HENZE M
      EFFECT OF CONTINUOUS ADDITION OF AN ORGANIC SUBSTRATE TO THE ANOXIC PHASE ON BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL

      Water science and technology
    73. RUIZ JM; ROMERO L
      CALCIUM IMPACT ON PHOSPHORUS AND ITS MAIN BIOINDICATORS - RESPONSE INTHE ROOTS AND LEAVES OF TOBACCO

      Journal of plant nutrition
    74. KEERTHISINGHE G; HOCKING PJ; RYAN PR; DELHAIZE E
      EFFECT OF PHOSPHORUS SUPPLY ON THE FORMATION AND FUNCTION OF PROTEOIDROOTS OF WHITE LUPIN (LUPINUS-ALBUS L.)

      Plant, cell and environment
    75. Reche, I; Pace, ML; Cole, JJ
      Interactions of photobleaching and inorganic nutrients in determining bacterial growth on colored dissolved organic carbon

      MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    76. Hwang, SJ; Havens, KE; Steinman, AD
      Phosphorus kinetics of planktonic and benthic assemblages in a shallow subtropical lake

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    77. SCHILLING G; GRANSEE A; DEUBEL A; LEZOVIC G; RUPPEL S
      PHOSPHORUS AVAILABILITY, ROOT EXUDATES, AND MICROBIAL ACTIVITY IN THERHIZOSPHERE

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    78. PETERSEN B; TEMMINK H; HENZE M; ISAACS S
      PHOSPHATE-UPTAKE KINETICS IN RELATION TO PHB UNDER AEROBIC CONDITIONS

      Water research
    79. FALKNER R; WAGNER F; AIBA H; FALKNER G
      PHOSPHATE-UPTAKE BEHAVIOR OF A MUTANT OF SYNECHOCOCCUS SP. PCC-7942 LACKING ONE PROTEIN OF THE HIGH-AFFINITY PHOSPHATE-UPTAKE SYSTEM

      Planta
    80. DONG B; RENGEL Z; DELHAIZE E
      UPTAKE AND TRANSLOCATION OF PHOSPHATE BY PHO2 MUTANT AND WILD-TYPE SEEDLINGS OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA

      Planta
    81. CARBONELLBARRACHINA AA; AARABI MA; DELAUNE RD; GAMBRELL RP; PATRICK WH
      THE INFLUENCE OF ARSENIC CHEMICAL FORM AND CONCENTRATION ON SPARTINA PATENS AND SPARTINA-ALTERNIFLORA GROWTH AND TISSUE ARSENIC CONCENTRATION

      Plant and soil
    82. MITSUHASHI N; KOSHIBA T; SATO M
      EFFECT OF GAMMA-RADIATION ON THE PLASMA AND VACUOLAR MEMBRANES OF CULTURED SPINACH CELLS

      Phytochemistry
    83. JENSEN HS; MCGLATHERY KJ; MARINO R; HOWARTH RW
      FORMS AND AVAILABILITY OF SEDIMENT PHOSPHORUS IN CARBONATE SAND OF BERMUDA SEAGRASS BEDS

      Limnology and oceanography
    84. DUCOBU H; HUISMAN J; JONKER RR; MUR LR
      COMPETITION BETWEEN A PROCHLOROPHYTE AND A CYANOBACTERIUM UNDER VARIOUS PHOSPHORUS REGIMES - COMPARISON WITH THE DROOP MODEL

      Journal of phycology
    85. RYNINGEN A; JENSEN BO; HOLSEN H
      ELEVATION OF CYCLIC-AMP DECREASES PHOSPHOINOSITIDE TURNOVER AND INHIBITS THROMBIN-INDUCED SECRETION IN HUMAN PLATELETS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, L. Lipids and lipid metabolism
    86. SBIYYAA B; LOUDIKI M; OUDRA B
      NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS INTRACELLULAR CAPACITY IN STORAGE BY MICROCYSTIS-AERUGINOSA KUTZ AND SYNECHOCYSTIS SP - TOXIC CYANOBACTERIA OCCASIONALLY FORMING BLOOMS IN MARRAKESCH AREA (MOROCCO)

      Annales de Limnologie
    87. SANCHO MEM; CASTILLO JMJ; ELYOUSFI F
      INFLUENCE OF PHOSPHORUS CONCENTRATION ON THE GROWTH-KINETICS AND STOICHIOMETRY OF THE MICROALGA SCENEDESMUS-OBLIQUUS

      Process biochemistry
    88. PRIETO B; PARDO MA; GARBISU C; LLAMA MJ; SERRA JL
      PHOSPHATE-UPTAKE BY PHOSPHORUS-STARVED CELLS OF THE CYANOBACTERIUM PHORMIDIUM-LAMINOSUM

      World journal of microbiology & biotechnology
    89. FATHY AA; FALKNER G
      ADAPTATION TO ELEVATION OF THE CONCENTRATION OF THE TRACE-ELEMENT COPPER DURING GROWTH OF SCENEDESMUS-BIJUGA IS REFLECTED IN THE PROPERTIESOF THE COPPER UPTAKE SYSTEM

      Journal of trace and microprobe techniques
    90. MAYWALD F; WEIGEL HJ
      BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY OF HEA VY-METAL ACCUMULATION IN HIGHER-PLANTS

      Landbauforschung Volkenrode
    91. SORM R; WANNER J; SALTARELLI R; BORTONE G; TILCHE A
      VERIFICATION OF ANOXIC PHOSPHATE-UPTAKE AS THE MAIN BIOCHEMICAL-MECHANISM OF THE DEPHANOX PROCESS

      Water science and technology
    92. RUIZ RG; HERNANDEZ I; LUCENA J; NIELL FX
      PRELIMINARY STUDIES ON THE SIGNIFICANCE OF ALKALINE-PHOSPHATASE ACTIVITY IN THE DIATOM PHAEODACTYLUM-TRICORNUTUM BOHLIN

      Scientia marina
    93. LARNED ST; ATKINSON MJ
      EFFECTS OF WATER VELOCITY ON NH4 AND PO4 UPTAKE AND NUTRIENT-LIMITED GROWTH IN THE MACROALGA DICTYOSPHAERIA-CAVERNOSA

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    94. DONALD KM; SCANLAN DJ; CARR NG; MANN NH; JOINT I
      COMPARATIVE PHOSPHORUS-NUTRITION OF THE MARINE CYANOBACTERIUM SYNECHOCOCCUS WH7803 AND THE MARINE DIATOM THALASSIOSIRA-WEISSFLOGII

      Journal of plankton research
    95. ZUO Q; CLAVEAU D; HILAL G; LECLERC M; BRUNETTE MG
      EFFECT OF CALCITONIN ON CALCIUM-TRANSPORT BY THE LUMINAL AND BASOLATERAL MEMBRANES OF THE RABBIT NEPHRON

      Kidney international
    96. CASPER BB; JACKSON RB
      PLANT COMPETITION UNDERGROUND

      Annual review of ecology and systematics
    97. KAI M; MASUDA Y; KIKUCHI Y; OSAKI M; TADANO T
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A CDNA FROM CATHARANTHUS-ROSEUS WHICH IS HIGHLY HOMOLOGOUS WITH PHOSPHATE TRANSPORTER

      Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
    98. MITSUKAWA N; OKUMURA S; SHIBATA D
      HIGH-AFFINITY PHOSPHATE TRANSPORTER GENES OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA (REPRINTED FROM PLANT NUTRITION FOR SUSTAINABLE FOOD-PRODUCTION AND ENVIRONMENT, 1997)

      Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
    99. GEELHOED JS; MOUS SLJ; FINDENEGG GR
      MODELING ZERO SINK NUTRIENT-UPTAKE BY ROOTS WITH ROOT HAIRS FROM SOIL- COMPARISON OF 2 MODELS

      Soil science
    100. CARSWELL MC; GRANT BR; PLAXTON WC
      DISRUPTION OF THE PHOSPHATE-STARVATION RESPONSE OF OILSEED RAPE SUSPENSION CELLS BY THE FUNGICIDE PHOSPHONATE

      Planta


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