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Adam Frew is an ecologist with primary interest in the ecology of plants and plant interactions with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. He is interested in how components of the soil environment impact plant growth and defence traits, and how this alters plant-herbivore interactions.

Education/Academic qualification

Ecology, PhD, University of Western Sydney

Behavioural Biology, BSc (Hons), University of St Andrews

External positions

Research Fellow, Charles Sturt University

29 May 201729 Jul 2020

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herbivores Agriculture & Biology
silicon Earth & Environmental Sciences
mycorrhizal fungi Agriculture & Biology
herbivore Earth & Environmental Sciences
fungus Earth & Environmental Sciences
insects Agriculture & Biology
insect Earth & Environmental Sciences
herbivory Earth & Environmental Sciences

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Research Output 2013 2019

crop plant
C4 plants
Phosphorus
mycorrhizal fungi
Fungi

Mycorrhizal-mediated plant–herbivore interactions in a high CO 2 world

Frew, A. & Price, J. N., 01 Jan 2019, In : Functional Ecology.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

herbivore
herbivores
insect
insects
mycorrhizal fungi
silicon
herbivore
herbivores
nutritive value
Helicoverpa punctigera
1 Citation (Scopus)
3 Downloads (Pure)

Benefits from below: silicon supplementation maintains legume productivity under predicted climate change scenarios

Johnson, S. N., Ryalls, J. M. W., Gherlenda, A. N., Frew, A. & Hartley, S. E., 20 Feb 2018, In : Frontiers in Plant Science. 9, p. 1-9 9 p., 202.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
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silicon
legumes
climate change
nodulation
Medicago sativa
fungal communities
herbivores
invertebrates
plant growth
mycorrhizal fungi