Heidi-Jayne Hawkins
Heidi-Jayne Hawkins
Conservation South Africa; University of Cape Town
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Uptake and transport of organic and inorganic nitrogen by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
HJ Hawkins, A Johansen, E George
Plant and Soil 226 (2), 275-285, 2000
The importance of nutritional regulation of plant water flux
MD Cramer, HJ Hawkins, GA Verboom
Oecologia 161 (1), 15-24, 2009
The impact of crop rotation on soil microbial diversity: A meta-analysis
ZS Venter, K Jacobs, HJ Hawkins
Pedobiologia 59 (4), 215-223, 2016
Studies of iron transport by arbuscular mycorrhizal hyphae from soil to peanut and sorghum plants
C Caris, W Hördt, HJ Hawkins, V Römheld, E George
Mycorrhiza 8 (1), 35-39, 1998
Drivers of woody plant encroachment over Africa
ZS Venter, MD Cramer, HJ Hawkins
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-7, 2018
Combination effect of NaCl salinity, nitrogen form and calcium concentration on the growth, ionic content and gaseous exchange properties of Triticum aestivum L …
HJ Hawkins, OAM Lewis
New phytologist 124 (1), 161-170, 1993
Effect of plant nitrogen status on the contribution of arbuscular mycorrhizal hyphae to plant nitrogen uptake
HJ Hawkins, E George
Physiologia Plantarum 105 (4), 694-700, 1999
Reduced15N-nitrogen transport through arbuscular mycorrhizal hyphae to Triticum aestivum L. supplied with ammonium vs. nitrate nutrition
HJ Hawkins, E George
Annals of Botany 87 (3), 303-311, 2001
Phosphorus toxicity in the Proteaceae: a problem in post-agricultural lands
HJ Hawkins, H Hettasch, J Mesjasz-Przybylowicz, W Przybylowicz, ...
Scientia Horticulturae 117 (4), 357-365, 2008
Effect of NaCl salinity, nitrogen form, calcium and potassium concentration on nitrogen uptake and kinetics in Triticum aestivum L. cv. Gamtoos
HJ Hawkins, OAM Lewis
New Phytologist 124 (1), 171-177, 1993
A physiological mechanism for the formation of root casts
MD Cramer, HJ Hawkins
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 274 (3-4), 125-133, 2009
Growth and sporulation of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus caledonium in dual culture with transformed carrot roots
V Karandashov, I Kuzovkina, HJ Hawkins, E George
Mycorrhiza 10 (1), 23-28, 2000
Metabolic adaptations of the non-mycotrophic proteaceae to soils with low phosphorus
H Lambers, PL Clode, HJ Hawkins, E Laliberté, RS Oliveira, P Reddell, ...
Annual Plant Reviews, Phosphorus Metabolism in Plants 48, 289, 2015
A global assessment of Holistic Planned Grazing™ compared with season-long, continuous grazing: meta-analysis findings
HJ Hawkins
African Journal of Range & Forage Science 34 (2), 65-75, 2017
Hydraulic redistribution by Protea ‘Sylvia’(Proteaceae) facilitates soil water replenishment and water acquisition by an understorey grass and shrub
HJ Hawkins, H Hettasch, AG West, MD Cramer
Functional Plant Biology 36 (8), 752-760, 2009
Ecotypes of wild rooibos (Aspalathus linearis (Burm. F) Dahlg., Fabaceae) are ecologically distinct
HJ Hawkins, R Malgas, E Biénabe
South African Journal of Botany 77 (2), 360-370, 2011
Hydroponic culture of the mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae with Linum usitatissimum L., Sorghum bicolor L. and Triticum aestivum L.
HJ Hawkins, E George
Plant and soil 196 (1), 143-149, 1997
Cluster Roots of Leucadendron laureolum (Proteaceae) and Lupinus albus (Fabaceae) Take Up Glycine Intact: An Adaptive Strategy to Low Mineral Nitrogen in …
HJ Hawkins, G Wolf, WD Stock
Annals of Botany 96 (7), 1275-1282, 2005
Cattle don’t care: Animal behaviour is similar regardless of grazing management in grasslands
ZS Venter, HJ Hawkins, MD Cramer
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 272, 175-187, 2019
Implications of historical interactions between herbivory and fire for rangeland management in African savannas
ZS Venter, HJ Hawkins, MD Cramer
Ecosphere 8 (10), e01946, 2017
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