Watts-Williams SJ, Wege S, Ramesh SA, Berkowitz O, Xu B, Gilliham M, Whelan J, Tyerman SD (2023). The function of the Medicago truncatula ZIP transporter MtZIP14 is linked to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal colonisation, in press. Plant, Cell & Environment. Link

Ngo HTT, Cavagnaro TR, Jewell N, Brien CJ, Berger B, Watts-Williams SJ (2023). High-throughput shoot phenotyping reveals temporal growth responses to nitrogen and inorganic and organic phosphorus sources in tomato, in press. AoB Plants. Link

Watts-Williams SJ (2022). Track and trace: how soil labelling techniques have revealed the secrets of resource transport in the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis, 32: 257-267. Mycorrhiza. Link

Salomon MJ, Watts-Williams SJ, McLaughlin MJ, Bücking H, Singh BK, Hutter I, Schneider C, Martin F, Vosatka M, Guo LD, Ezawa T, Saito M, Declerck S, Zhu YG, Bowles T, Abbott LK, Smith FA, Cavagnaro TR, van der Heijden MGA (2022). Establishing a quality management framework for commercial inoculants containing arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, 25 (7). iScience. Link

Uddin S, Watts-Williams SJ, Aslam N, Fang Y, Parvin S, Rust J, Van Zwieten L, Armstrong R, Tavakkoli E (2022). Ameliorating alkaline dispersive subsoils with organic amendments: Are productivity responses due to nutrition or improved soil structure? Plant and Soil. Link

Tran CTK, Watts-Williams SJ, Smernik RJ, Cavagnaro TR (2022). Arbuscular mycorrhizas increased tomato biomass and nutrition but did not affect local soil P availability or 16S bacterial community in the field. Science of the Total Environment. Link

Ngo HTT, Watts-Williams SJ, Panagaris A, Baird R, McLaughlin MJ, Cavagnaro TR (2022). Development of an organomineral fertiliser formulation that improves tomato growth and sustains arbuscular mycorrhizal colonisation. Science of the Total Environment. Link

Salomon MJ, Demarmels R, Watts-Williams SJ, McLaughlin MJ, Kafle A, Ketelse C, Soupir A, Bücking H, Cavagnaro TR, van der Heijden MGA (2021). Global evaluation of commercial arbuscular mycorrhizal inoculants under greenhouse and field conditions. Applied Soil Ecology. Link

Salomon MJ, Watts-Williams SJ, McLaughlin MJ, Cavagnaro TR (2021). Spatiotemporal dynamics of soil health in urban agriculture. Science of the Total Environment. Link

Salomon MJ, Watts-Williams SJ, McLaughlin MJ, Brien CJ, Jewell N, Berger B, Cavagnaro TR (2021). Evaluation of commercial composts and potting mixes and their ability to support arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Waste Management, 134: 187-196. Link

Watts-Williams SJ, Gill AR, Jewell N, Brien CJ, Berger B, Tran BTT, Mace E, Cruickshank AW, Jordan DR, Garnett T, Cavagnaro TR (2021). Enhancement of sorghum grain yield and nutrition: a role for arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi regardless of soil phosphorus availability. Plants, People, Planet. Link

Tran CTK, Watts-Williams SJ, Smernik RJ, Cavagnaro TR (2021). Root and arbuscular mycorrhizal effects on soil nutrient loss are modulated by soil texture. Applied Soil Ecology, 167. Link

Ngo HTT, Watts-Williams SJ, Cavagnaro TR (2021). Mycorrhizal growth and phosphorus responses of tomato differ with source but not application rate of phosphorus fertilisers. Applied Soil Ecology, 166. Link

Tran BTT, Cavagnaro TR, Able JA, Watts-Williams SJ (2020). Bioavailability of zinc and iron in durum wheat: a trade-off between grain weight and nutrition? Plants, People, Planet, 3 (5): 627-639. Link

Salomon MJ, Watts-Williams SJ, McLaughlin MJ, Cavagnaro TR (2020). Urban soil health: a city-wide survey of chemical and biological properties of urban agriculture soils. Journal of Cleaner Production, 275. Link

Tran CTK, Watts-Williams SJ, Smernik, RJ, Cavagnaro TR (2020).  Effects of plant roots and arbuscular mycorrhizas on soil phosphorus leaching. Science of the Total Environment, 722. Link

Tran BTT, Cavagnaro TR, Jewell N, Brien C, Berger B, Watts-Williams SJ (2020). High-throughput phenotyping reveals growth of Medicago truncatula is positively affected by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi even at high soil phosphorus availability. Plants, People, Planet, 3 (5): 600-613. Link

Brien C, Jewell N, Watts-Williams SJ, Garnett T, Berger B (2020). Growth analysis for noninvasive phenotypic data. Plant Methods, 16: 36. Link

Wissuwa M, Gonzalez D, Watts-Williams SJ (2020). The contribution of plant traits and microbial effects to P uptake from low-P soil in upland rice varieties. Plant and Soil, 448: 523-537. Link

Watts-Williams SJ, Nguyen TD, Kabiri S, Losic D, McLaughlin MJ (2020). Potential of zinc-loaded graphene oxide and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi to improve the growth and zinc nutrition of Hordeum vulgare and Medicago truncatula. Applied Soil Ecology, 150. Link

Watts-Williams SJ and Gilbert S (2020). Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi affect the concentration and distribution of nutrients in grain differently in barley compared with wheat. Plants, People, Planet, 3 (5): 567-577. Link

Pickles BJ, Truong C, Watts-Williams SJ, Guillermo Bueno C (2020). Mycorrhiza for a sustainable world (ICOM10 Meeting report). New Phytologist, 225 (3): 1065-1069. Link

Al Mutairi AA, Cavagnaro TR, Khor SF,  Neumann K, Burton RA, Watts-Williams SJ (2020). The effect of zinc fertilisation and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on grain quality and yield of contrasting barley cultivars. Functional Plant Biology, 47 (2): 122-133. Link

Nguyen TD, Cavagnaro TR, Watts-Williams SJ (2019). The effects of soil phosphorus and zinc availability on plant responses to mycorrhizal fungi: a physiological and molecular assessment. Scientific Reports, 14880. Link

Tran BTT, Cavagnaro TR, Watts-Williams SJ (2019). Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal inoculation and soil zinc fertilisation affect the productivity and the bioavailability of zinc and iron in durum wheat. Mycorrhiza, 29 (5): 445-457. Link

Coccina A, Cavagnaro TR, Pellegrino E, Ercoli L, McLaughlin MJ, Watts-Williams SJ (2019). The mycorrhizal pathway of zinc uptake contributes to zinc accumulation in barley and wheat grain. BMC Plant Biology, 19 (133). Link

Tran BTT, Watts-Williams SJ, Cavagnaro TR (2019). Impact of forming arbuscular mycorrhizas on the growth and nutrition of fifteen important crop species. Functional Plant Biology, 46 (8): 732-742. Link

Watts-Williams SJ, Jewell N, Brien C, Berger B, Garnett T, Cavagnaro TR (2019). Using high-throughput phenotyping to explore growth responses to mycorrhizal fungi and zinc in three plant species. Plant Phenomics, 5893953. Link

Watts-Williams SJ, Emmett BD, Levesque-Tremblay V, MacLean AM, Sun X, Satterlee JW, Fei Z, Harrison MJ (2019). Diverse Sorghum bicolor accessions show marked variation in growth and transcriptional responses to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Plant, Cell & Environment, 42 (5): 1758-1774. Link

Watts-Williams SJ, Smith FA, Jakobsen I (2019). Soil phosphorus concentration is a driver of the responses of maize (Zea mays) to elevated CO2 concentration and arbuscular mycorrhizal colonisation. Symbiosis, 77: 73-82. Link

Watts-Williams SJ, Cavagnaro TR, Tyerman SD (2019). Variable effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal inoculation on physiological and molecular measures of root and stomatal conductance of diverse Medicago truncatula accessions. Plant, Cell & Environment, Special Issue on Legumes: Part II 42: 285-294. Link

Watts-Williams SJ, Cavagnaro TR (2018). Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi increase grain zinc concentration and modify the expression of root ZIP transporter genes in a modern barley (Hordeum vulgare) cultivar. Plant Science, 274: 163-170. Link

Svenningsen NB*Watts-Williams SJ*, Joner EJ, Battini F, Efthymiou A, Cruz-Paredes C, Nybroe O, Jakobsen I (2018). Suppression of the activity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi by the soil microbiota. The ISME Journal12: 1296-1307. Link

* Co-first author

Watts-Williams SJ, Tyerman SD, Cavagnaro TR (2017). The dual benefit of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi under soil zinc deficiency and toxicity: linking plant physiology and gene expression. Plant and Soil, 420: 375-388. Link

Jakobsen I, Smith SE, Smith FA, Watts-Williams SJ, Clausen SS, Grønlund M (2016). Plant growth responses to elevated atmospheric CO2 are strongly increased by P sufficiency but not by arbuscular mycorrhizas. Journal of Experimental Botany, 67: 6173-6186. Link

Watts-Williams SJ, Grønlund M, Cavagnaro TR, Jakobsen I (2015). Local and distal effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal colonisation on direct pathway Pi uptake and root growth in Medicago truncatula. Journal of Experimental Botany, 66: 4061-4073. Link

Watts-Williams SJ and Cavagnaro TR (2015). Using mycorrhiza-defective mutant genotypes of non-legume plant species to study the formation and functioning of arbuscular mycorrhizas: a review. Mycorrhiza, 25: 587-597. Link

Watts-Williams SJ, McLaughlin MJ, Smith FA, Patti, AF, Cavagnaro TR (2015). How important is the mycorrhizal pathway for plant Zn uptake? Plant and Soil, 390: 157-166. Link

Watts-Williams SJ and Cavagnaro TR (2014). Nutrient interactions and arbuscular mycorrhizas: a meta-analysis of a mycorrhiza-defective mutant and wild-type tomato genotype pair. Plant and Soil, 384: 79-92. Link

Watts-Williams SJ, Turney TW, Patti AF, Cavagnaro TR (2014). Uptake of zinc and phosphorus by plants is affected by zinc fertiliser material and arbuscular mycorrhizas. Plant and Soil, 376: 165-175. Link

Watts-Williams SJ, Patti AF, Cavagnaro TR (2013). Arbuscular mycorrhizas are beneficial under both deficient and toxic soil zinc conditions. Plant and Soil, 371: 299-312. Link

Watts-Williams SJ and Cavagnaro TR (2012). Arbuscular mycorrhizas modify tomato responses to soil zinc and phosphorus addition. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 48(3): 285-294. Link