Timothy S. George
Timothy S. George
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Improving intercropping: a synthesis of research in agronomy, plant physiology and ecology
RW Brooker, AE Bennett, WF Cong, TJ Daniell, TS George, PD Hallett, ...
New Phytologist 206 (1), 107-117, 2015
Plant mechanisms to optimise access to soil phosphorus
AE Richardson, PJ Hocking, RJ Simpson, TS George
Crop and Pasture Science 60 (2), 124-143, 2009
Biological nitrogen fixation for sustainable agriculture: A perspective
BB Bohlool, JK Ladha, DP Garrity, T George
Plant and soil 141, 1-11, 1992
Liming impacts on soils, crops and biodiversity in the UK: A review
JE Holland, AE Bennett, AC Newton, PJ White, BM McKenzie, TS George, ...
Science of the total environment 610, 316-332, 2018
Crops that feed the world 4. Barley: a resilient crop? Strengths and weaknesses in the context of food security
AC Newton, AJ Flavell, TS George, P Leat, B Mullholland, L Ramsay, ...
Food security 3, 141-178, 2011
Matching roots to their environment
PJ White, TS George, PJ Gregory, AG Bengough, PD Hallett, ...
Annals of botany 112 (2), 207-222, 2013
Opportunities for mobilizing recalcitrant phosphorus from agricultural soils: a review
D Menezes-Blackburn, C Giles, T Darch, TS George, M Blackwell, ...
Plant and Soil 427, 5-16, 2018
Root hairs improve root penetration, root–soil contact, and phosphorus acquisition in soils of different strength
RE Haling, LK Brown, AG Bengough, IM Young, PD Hallett, PJ White, ...
Journal of experimental botany 64 (12), 3711-3721, 2013
Utilization of soil organic phosphorus by higher plants.
AE Richardson, TS George, M Hens, RJ Simpson
Organic phosphorus in the environment, 165-184, 2005
Phosphatase activity and organic acids in the rhizosphere of potential agroforestry species and maize
TS George, PJ Gregory, M Wood, D Read, RJ Buresh
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 34 (10), 1487-1494, 2002
Strategies and methods for studying the rhizosphere—the plant science toolbox
G Neumann, TS George, C Plassard
Plant and Soil 321, 431-456, 2009
Feeding nine billion: the challenge to sustainable crop production
PJ Gregory, TS George
Journal of experimental botany 62 (15), 5233-5239, 2011
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi enhance mineralisation of organic phosphorus by carrying bacteria along their extraradical hyphae
F Jiang, L Zhang, J Zhou, TS George, G Feng
New Phytologist 230 (1), 304-315, 2021
What are the implications of variation in root hair length on tolerance to phosphorus deficiency in combination with water stress in barley (Hordeum vulgare)?
LK Brown, TS George, JA Thompson, G Wright, J Lyon, L Dupuy, ...
Annals of Botany 110 (2), 319-328, 2012
Organic phosphorus in the terrestrial environment: a perspective on the state of the art and future priorities
TS George, CD Giles, D Menezes-Blackburn, LM Condron, ...
Plant and Soil 427, 191-208, 2018
Biological nitrification inhibition—a novel strategy to regulate nitrification in agricultural systems
GV Subbarao, KL Sahrawat, K Nakahara, T Ishikawa, M Kishii, IM Rao, ...
Advances in agronomy 114, 249-302, 2012
Land use and soil factors affecting accumulation of phosphorus species in temperate soils
MI Stutter, CA Shand, TS George, MSA Blackwell, L Dixon, R Bol, ...
Geoderma 257, 29-39, 2015
Root traits for infertile soils
PJ White, TS George, LX Dupuy, AJ Karley, TA Valentine, L Wiesel, ...
Frontiers in plant science 4, 193, 2013
Plant exudates may stabilize or weaken soil depending on species, origin and time
M Naveed, LK Brown, AC Raffan, TS George, AG Bengough, T Roose, ...
European Journal of Soil Science 68 (6), 806-816, 2017
Histopathologic characteristics of uveal melanomas in eyes enucleated from the collaborative ocular melanoma study COMS Report No. 6
Collaborative Ocular Melanoma Study Group
American journal of ophthalmology 125 (6), 745-766, 1998
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