Root exudation in Sorghum spp. including S. leiocladum, an Australian native presenting potential constraints for species establishment in infested soils

Resham Gautam, Xiaocheng Zhu, Pramod Shrestha, Leslie Weston

Research output: Other contribution to conferencePoster

Conference

Conference9th International Society of Root Research Symposium (ISRR 2015)
Abbreviated titleRoots Down Under: Belowground solutions to global challenges
CountryAustralia
CityCanberra
Period06/10/1509/10/15
OtherISRR Symposiums bring together leading scientists and industry experts to discuss root function in both agricultural and natural ecosystems. Roots are the new frontier for improving plant productivity and sustainable land-use in ecosystems across the globe.
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Gautam, R., Zhu, X., Shrestha, P., & Weston, L. (2015). Root exudation in Sorghum spp. including S. leiocladum, an Australian native presenting potential constraints for species establishment in infested soils. Poster session presented at 9th International Society of Root Research Symposium (ISRR 2015), Canberra, Australia.