Michelle Watt
Michelle Watt
Scientist, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei fz-juelich.de
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Traits and selection strategies to improve root systems and water uptake in water-limited wheat crops
AP Wasson, RA Richards, R Chatrath, SC Misra, SVS Prasad, ...
Journal of experimental botany 63 (9), 3485-3498, 2012
3202012
Proteoid roots. Physiology and development
M Watt, JR Evans
Plant Physiology 121 (2), 317-323, 1999
2501999
Breeding for improved water productivity in temperate cereals: phenotyping, quantitative trait loci, markers and the selection environment
RA Richards, GJ Rebetzke, M Watt, AGT Condon, W Spielmeyer, ...
Functional Plant Biology 37 (2), 85-97, 2010
2402010
Brachypodium as a model for the grasses: today and the future
J Brkljacic, E Grotewold, R Scholl, T Mockler, DF Garvin, P Vain, T Brutnell, ...
Plant Physiology, pp. 111.179531, 2011
1972011
Linking development and determinacy with organic acid efflux from proteoid roots of white lupin grown with low phosphorus and ambient or elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration
M Watt, JR Evans
Plant Physiology 120 (3), 705-716, 1999
1771999
Rates of root and organism growth, soil conditions, and temporal and spatial development of the rhizosphere
M Watt, WK Silk, JB Passioura
Annals of botany 97 (5), 839-855, 2006
1722006
Numbers and locations of native bacteria on field‐grown wheat roots quantified by fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH)
M Watt, P Hugenholtz, R White, K Vinall
Environmental Microbiology 8 (5), 871-884, 2006
1402006
Formation and stabilization of rhizosheaths of Zea mays L.(Effect of soil water content)
M Watt, ME McCully, MJ Canny
Plant Physiology 106 (1), 179-186, 1994
1391994
Large root systems: are they useful in adapting wheat to dry environments?
JA Palta, X Chen, SP Milroy, GJ Rebetzke, MF Dreccer, M Watt
Functional Plant Biology 38 (5), 347-354, 2011
1272011
A wheat genotype developed for rapid leaf growth copes well with the physical and biological constraints of unploughed soil
M Watt, JA Kirkegaard, GJ Rebetzke
Functional Plant Biology 32 (8), 695-706, 2005
1042005
Soil conditions and cereal root system architecture: review and considerations for linking Darwin and Weaver
SM Rich, M Watt
Journal of experimental botany 64 (5), 1193-1208, 2013
1022013
Physiological traits and cereal germplasm for sustainable agricultural systems
RA Richards, M Watt, GJ Rebetzke
Euphytica 154 (3), 409-425, 2007
1012007
Plant and bacterial mucilages of the maize rhizosphere: comparison of their soil binding properties and histochemistry in a model system
M Watt, ME McCully, CE Jeffree
Plant and Soil 151 (2), 151-165, 1993
971993
Types, structure and potential for axial water flow in the deepest roots of field‐grown cereals
M Watt, LJ Magee, ME McCully
New Phytologist 178 (1), 135-146, 2008
872008
Rhizosphere biology and crop productivity—a review
M Watt, JA Kirkegaard, JB Passioura
Soil Research 44 (4), 299-317, 2006
872006
Sense and nonsense in conservation agriculture: principles, pragmatism and productivity in Australian mixed farming systems
JA Kirkegaard, MK Conyers, JR Hunt, CA Kirkby, M Watt, GJ Rebetzke
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 187, 133-145, 2014
862014
Mechanisms for cellular transport and release of allelochemicals from plant roots into the rhizosphere
LA Weston, PR Ryan, M Watt
Journal of experimental botany 63 (9), 3445-3454, 2012
842012
Non-destructive quantification of cereal roots in soil using high-resolution X-ray tomography
RJ Flavel, CN Guppy, M Tighe, M Watt, A McNeill, IM Young
Journal of experimental botany 63 (7), 2503-2511, 2012
802012
Vigorous crop root systems: form and function for improving the capture of water and nutrients
J Palta, M Watt
Crop Physiology–Applications for genetic improvement and agronomy, Elsevier …, 2009
702009
A rapid, controlled-environment seedling root screen for wheat correlates well with rooting depths at vegetative, but not reproductive, stages at two field sites
M Watt, S Moosavi, SC Cunningham, JA Kirkegaard, GJ Rebetzke, ...
Annals of Botany 112 (2), 447-455, 2013
662013
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