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Root foraging elicits niche complementarity-dependent yield advantage in the ancient 'three sisters' (maize/bean/squash) polyculture
Annals of botany Advance online publication, mcu191 (2014) [10.1093/aob/mcu191]  GO

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The optimal lateral root branching density for maiz depends on nitrogen and phosphorus availability
Journal of plant physiology -(2), - (2014) [10.1104/pp.113.233916]  GO

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The optimal lateral root branching density for maize depends on nitrogen and phosphorus availability
Journal of plant physiology -, - (2014)  GO

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Dynamic root growth and architecture responses to limiting nutrient availability: linking physiological models and experimentation
Biotechnology advances 32(1), 53–65 (2014) [10.1016/j.biotechadv.2013.08.019]  GO

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Plant root system analysis from MRI images
Communications in computer and information science 359, 411 - 425 (2013) [10.1007/978-3-642-38241-3_28]  GO

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Modelling root–soil interactions using three–dimensional models of root growth, architecture and function
Plant and soil 372(1-2), 93 - 124 (2013) [10.1007/s11104-013-1769-y]  GO

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Modelling root plasticity and response of narrow-leafed lupin to heterogeneous phosphorus supply
Plant and soil 372(1-2), 319 - 337 (2013) [10.1007/s11104-013-1741-x]  GO

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Complementarity in Root Architecture for Nutrient Uptake in Ancient Maize/Bean and Maize/Bean/Squash Polycultures
Annals of botany 110(2), 521-534 (2012) [10.1093/aob/mcs082]  GO

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Pot size matters: a meta-analysis of the effects of rooting volume on plant growth
Functional plant biology 39, 839 - 850 (2012) [10.1071/FP12049]  GO

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Studying roots with the aid of 3D computer models (Johannes Postma)

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Frühere Publikationen von Johannes Postma

(vor der Zeit im Forschungszentrum)
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Schulz, H., Postma, J.A., van Dusschoten, D., Scharr, H. , and Behnke, S., 2012. 3D reconstruction of plant roots from MRI images. VISAPP conference proceedings 2012

Chen YL, Dunbabin VM, Postma JA, Diggle AJ, Palta JA, Lynch JP, Siddique KHM, Rengel Z. 2011. Phenotypic variability and modelling of root structure of wild  Lupinus angustifolius genotypes. Plant and Soil 348: 345–364.


Fita A, Postma J, Picó B, Nuez F, Lynch J. 2008. Root architecture variation in Cucurbita. Proceedings of the IXth EUCARPIA meeting on genetics and breeding of Cucurbitaceae. Avignon, France: INRA, 487–491.


Postma JA, Jaramillo RE, Lynch JP. 2008. Towards Modeling the Function of Root Traits for Enhancing Water Acquisition by Crops. In: Ahuja LR, Reddy VR, Saseendran SA, Yu Q, eds. Advances in Agricultural Systems Modeling. Response of Crops to Limited Water: Understanding and Modeling Water Stress Effects on Plant Growth Processes. Madison, Wis., USA: ASA-CSSA-SSSA, 251–276.

Postma JA, Lynch JP. 2011a. Root cortical aerenchyma enhances the growth of maize on soils with suboptimal availability of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Plant Physiology 156: 1190 –1201.

Postma JA, Lynch JP. 2011b. Theoretical evidence for the functional benefit of root cortical aerenchyma in soils with low phosphorus availability. Annals of Botany 107: 829–841.


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