Publications

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 Journalin press. 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

Under review:

Watts-Williams SJ, Smith FA, Jakobsen I. Soil phosphorus concentration is an important driver of the responses of maize (Zea mays) to elevated CO2 concentration and arbuscular mycorrhizal colonisation.

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

Watts-Williams SJ, Cavagnaro TR, Tyerman SD. A physiological and molecular analysis of arbuscular mycorrhizal impacts on root and stomatal conductance of geographically diverse Medicago truncatula accessions.

Please contact me (stephanie.watts-williams@adelaide.edu.au) if you would like a pdf copy of any of these publications.

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