The root external mycelium of mycorrhizal fungi has a key role in plant nutrition but is suppressed by the soil microbiota

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The root external mycelium of mycorrhizal fungi has a key role in plant nutrition but is suppressed by the soil microbiota. / Cruz Paredes, Carla; Watts-Williams, Stephanie J.; Battini, Fabio; Joner, Erik J.; Svenningsen, Nanna Bygvraa; Dela Cruz, Majbrit; Christensen, Jan H.; Nybroe, Ole; Jakobsen, Iver.

Proceedings Book: XVIII International Plant Nutrition Colloquium with Boron and Manganese Satellite Meetings. ed. / Andreas Carstensen; Kristian Holst Laursen; Jan Kofod Schjoerring. University of Copenhagen, 2017. p. 116-117.

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Harvard

Cruz Paredes, C, Watts-Williams, SJ, Battini, F, Joner, EJ, Svenningsen, NB, Dela Cruz, M, Christensen, JH, Nybroe, O & Jakobsen, I 2017, The root external mycelium of mycorrhizal fungi has a key role in plant nutrition but is suppressed by the soil microbiota. in A Carstensen, KH Laursen & JK Schjoerring (eds), Proceedings Book: XVIII International Plant Nutrition Colloquium with Boron and Manganese Satellite Meetings. University of Copenhagen, pp. 116-117, International Plant Nutrition Colloquium with Boron and Manganese Satellite Meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark, 19/08/2017.

APA

Cruz Paredes, C., Watts-Williams, S. J., Battini, F., Joner, E. J., Svenningsen, N. B., Dela Cruz, M., ... Jakobsen, I. (2017). The root external mycelium of mycorrhizal fungi has a key role in plant nutrition but is suppressed by the soil microbiota. In A. Carstensen, K. H. Laursen, & J. K. Schjoerring (Eds.), Proceedings Book: XVIII International Plant Nutrition Colloquium with Boron and Manganese Satellite Meetings (pp. 116-117). University of Copenhagen.

Vancouver

Cruz Paredes C, Watts-Williams SJ, Battini F, Joner EJ, Svenningsen NB, Dela Cruz M et al. The root external mycelium of mycorrhizal fungi has a key role in plant nutrition but is suppressed by the soil microbiota. In Carstensen A, Laursen KH, Schjoerring JK, editors, Proceedings Book: XVIII International Plant Nutrition Colloquium with Boron and Manganese Satellite Meetings. University of Copenhagen. 2017. p. 116-117

Author

Cruz Paredes, Carla ; Watts-Williams, Stephanie J. ; Battini, Fabio ; Joner, Erik J. ; Svenningsen, Nanna Bygvraa ; Dela Cruz, Majbrit ; Christensen, Jan H. ; Nybroe, Ole ; Jakobsen, Iver. / The root external mycelium of mycorrhizal fungi has a key role in plant nutrition but is suppressed by the soil microbiota. Proceedings Book: XVIII International Plant Nutrition Colloquium with Boron and Manganese Satellite Meetings. editor / Andreas Carstensen ; Kristian Holst Laursen ; Jan Kofod Schjoerring. University of Copenhagen, 2017. pp. 116-117

Bibtex

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title = "The root external mycelium of mycorrhizal fungi has a key role in plant nutrition but is suppressed by the soil microbiota",
author = "{Cruz Paredes}, Carla and Watts-Williams, {Stephanie J.} and Fabio Battini and Joner, {Erik J.} and Svenningsen, {Nanna Bygvraa} and {Dela Cruz}, Majbrit and Christensen, {Jan H.} and Ole Nybroe and Iver Jakobsen",
year = "2017",
language = "English",
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publisher = "University of Copenhagen",
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AU - Battini, Fabio

AU - Joner, Erik J.

AU - Svenningsen, Nanna Bygvraa

AU - Dela Cruz, Majbrit

AU - Christensen, Jan H.

AU - Nybroe, Ole

AU - Jakobsen, Iver

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