Rhizosphere and Climate Change - Oral presentations

Below you find a list of the selected orals for the contributed session Rhizosphere and Climate Change. This session will take place on Monday 22 June, from 10am - 12pm.

Impacts of climate change factors on ectomycorrhizal and other eucalypt rhizosphere fungi
Ian Anderson*, Jonathan Plett, Barbara Drigo, Kerry Keniry, Francis Martin, Annegret Kohler [Australia] 

The complex roles of lignin and suberin in plant micronutrient uptake
Tânia S. Serra*, Kasra Talebi, Ikram Blilou, Mark G.M. Aarts [the Netherlands]

Can plants self-mitigate rhizosphere nitrous oxide?
Liz Baggs*, Nick Morley, Eric Paterson, Antia Villada, Christos Gougoulias, Liz Shaw [United Kingdom]

What will climate change mean for infectious diseases? The rhizosphere perspective
Barbara Drigo*, Thomas Jeffries, Brajesh K. Singh, Catriona A. Macdonald, Yui Osanai, Ian C. Anderson [Australia]

Plants and plant diversity as regulators for nitrous oxide emissions in intensively managed systems
Jan Willem Van Groenigen*, Diego Abalos, Bandhu Baral, Thom W. Kuyper, Gerlinde B. De Deyn [the Netherlands]

Root growth dynamics and root exudation patterns in a mixed spruce-beech forest under seasonal water limitation
Marie Zwetsloot*, Alex Paya, Taryn Bauerle [United States]

Role of mycorrhiza in plant N:P stoichiometry under drought in Australian grasslands
Pierre Mariotte*, Alberto Canarini, Feike Dijkstra [Australia]

Effects of free-air CO2 enrichment on soil nematode assemblage depend on nitrogen fertilization and rice cultivar traits
Manqiang Liu*, Xiaoyun Chen, Chunwu Zhu, Zhengkun Hu, Huixin Li, Feng Hu [China]

* Presenting author