New Methods and Concepts in the Rhizosphere - Oral presentations

Below you find a list of the selected orals for the contributed session New Methods and Concepts in the Rhizosphere. The session will take place on Wednesday 24 June, from 3.15pm - 5.15pm.

Metaproteomics – a powerful tool to unravel structure, function and interactions of complex communities
Katharina Riedel [Germany]

Temporal-spatial distribution of enzyme activities at soil-root interface
Baharsadat Razavidezfuly*, Mohsen Zarebanadkouki, Evgenia Blagodatskaya, Yakov Kuzyakov [Germany]

Chemical imaging to assess nutrient bioavailability in the rhizosphere of white lupin
Fabio Valentinuzzi*, Tanja Mimmo, Stefano Cesco, Shamim Al-Mamun, Jakob Santner, Christoph Höfer, Brett Robinson, Niklas Lehto [Italy]

Multi-imaging approach to study the root-soil interface
Nicole Rudolph-Mohr*, Peter Vontobel, Sascha Oswald [Germany]

Fusing synchrotron imaging, spectroscopy and computational modelling for enhanced understanding of nutrient dynamics
Samuel Keyes*, Tiina Roose, Keith Daly [United Kingdom]

Combining geostatistics and microbial ecology tools highlights plants effect and centimeter-scale variability of PAH and bacterial communities in polluted soils
Amélia Bourceret*, Corinne Leyval, François Thomas, Chantal de Fouquet, Aurélie Cébron [France]

ArchiDART: an R package designed for the high-throughput 2D computation of root architectural traits using Data Analysis of Root Tracings (DART) output files
Benjamin Delory*, Caroline Baudson, Yves Brostaux, Patrick du Jardin, Loïc Pagès, Pierre Delaplace [Belgium]

Release and fate of phytosiderophores in the rhizosphere of wheat
Eva Oburger*, Barbara Gruber, Yvonne Schindlegger, Walter D.C. Schenkeveld, Stephan Hann, Stephan M. Krämer, Walter W. Wenzel, Markus Puschenreiter [Austria] 


* Presenting author