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Tree roots in a changing world

Brunner, Ivano ; Godbold, Douglas L.

In: Journal of Forest Research, 2007, vol. 12, no. 2, p. 78-82

Université de Neuchâtel

Chemical and Biological Gradients along the Damma Glacier Soil Chronosequence, Switzerland

Bernasconi, Stefano M. ; Bauder, Andreas ; Bourdon, Bernard ; Brunner, Ivano ; Bünemann, Else ; Chris, Iso ; Derungsg, Nicolas ; Edwards, Peter ; Farinotti, Daniel ; Frey, Beat ; Frossard, Emmanuel ; Furrer, Gerhard ; Gierga, Merle ; Göransson, Hans ; Gülland, Kathy ; Hagedorn, Frank ; Hajdas, Irka ; Hindshawc, Ruth ; Ivy-Ochs, Susan ; Jansa, Jan ; Jonas, Tobias ; Kiczkac, Mirjam ; Kretzschmar, Ruben ; Lemarchand, Emmanuel ; Luster, Jörg ; Magnusson, Jan ; Mitchell, Edward A. D. ; Venterink, Harry Olde ; Plötze, Michael ; Reynolds, Ben ; Smittenberg, Rienk H. ; Stähli, Manfred ; Tamburini, Federica ; Tipper, Edward T. ; Wacker, Lukas ; Welc, Monika ; Wiederhold, Jan G. ; Zeyer, Josef ; Zimmermann, Stefan ; Zumsteg, Anita

In: Vadose Zone Journal, 2011, vol. 10, no. 3, p. 867-883

Soils are the product of a complex suite of chemical, biological, and physical processes. In spite of the importance of soils for society and for sustaining life on earth, our knowledge of soil formation rates and of the influence of biological activity on mineral weathering and geochemical cycles is still limited. In this paper we provide a description of the Damma Glacier Critical Zone...

Université de Fribourg

Transcriptome responses to aluminum stress in roots of aspen (Populus tremula)

Grisel, Nadine ; Zoller, Stefan ; Künzli-Gontarczyk, Marzanna ; Lampart, Thomas ; Münsterkötter, Martin ; Brunner, Ivano ; Bovet, Lucien ; Métraux, Jean-Pierre ; Sperisen, Christoph

In: BMC Plant Biology, 2010, vol. 10, p. 185

Background: Ionic aluminum (mainly Al3+) is rhizotoxic and can be present in acid soils at concentrations high enough to inhibit root growth. Many forest tree species grow naturally in acid soils and often tolerate high concentrations of Al. Previously, we have shown that aspen (Populus tremula) releases citrate and oxalate from roots in response to Al exposure. To obtain further insights into...