Johannes Auke Postma
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Pot size matters: a meta-analysis of the effects of rooting volume on plant growth
H Poorter, J Bühler, D van Dusschoten, J Climent, JA Postma
Functional Plant Biology, 2012
Pampered inside, pestered outside? Differences and similarities between plants growing in controlled conditions and in the field
H Poorter, F Fiorani, R Pieruschka, T Wojciechowski, WH van der Putten, ...
New Phytologist 212 (4), 838-855, 2016
Root traits as drivers of plant and ecosystem functioning: current understanding, pitfalls and future research needs
GT Freschet, C Roumet, LH Comas, M Weemstra, AG Bengough, ...
New Phytologist 232 (3), 1123-1158, 2021
The optimal lateral root branching density for maize depends on nitrogen and phosphorus availability
JA Postma, A Dathe, JP Lynch
Plant physiology 166 (2), 590-602, 2014
Root Cortical Aerenchyma Enhances the Growth of Maize on Soils with Suboptimal Availability of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium
JA Postma, JP Lynch
Plant physiology 156 (3), 1190, 2011
A starting guide to root ecology: strengthening ecological concepts and standardising root classification, sampling, processing and trait measurements
GT Freschet, L Pagès, CM Iversen, LH Comas, B Rewald, C Roumet, ...
New Phytologist 232 (3), 973-1122, 2021
Modelling root-soil interactions using three-dimensional models of root growth, architecture and function
VM Dunbabin, JA Postma, A Schnepf, L Pagès, M Javaux, L Wu, D Leitner, ...
Plant and Soil, -, 2013
Complementarity in root architecture for nutrient uptake in ancient maize/bean and maize/bean/squash polycultures
JA Postma, JP Lynch
Annals of Botany, 2012
Soil compaction and the architectural plasticity of root systems
J Correa, JA Postma, M Watt, T Wojciechowski
Journal of experimental botany 70 (21), 6019-6034, 2019
Quantitative 3D analysis of plant roots growing in soil using magnetic resonance imaging
D van Dusschoten, R Metzner, J Kochs, JA Postma, D Pflugfelder, ...
Plant physiology 170 (3), 1176-1188, 2016
Phene synergism between root hair length and basal root growth angle for phosphorus acquisition
MA Miguel, JA Postma, JP Lynch
Plant physiology 167 (4), 1430-1439, 2015
Theoretical evidence for the functional benefit of root cortical aerenchyma in soils with low phosphorus availability
JA Postma, JP Lynch
Annals of botany 107 (5), 829-841, 2011
Crop improvement from phenotyping roots: highlights reveal expanding opportunities
SR Tracy, KA Nagel, JA Postma, H Fassbender, A Wasson, M Watt
Trends in Plant Science, 2019
OpenSimRoot: widening the scope and application of root architectural models
JA Postma, C Kuppe, MR Owen, N Mellor, M Griffiths, MJ Bennett, ...
New Phytologist 215 (3), 1274-1286, 2017
Root foraging elicits niche complementarity-dependent yield advantage in the ancient ‘three sisters’(maize/bean/squash) polyculture
C Zhang, JA Postma, LM York, JP Lynch
Annals of botany 114 (8), 1719-1733, 2014
Dividing the pie: A quantitative review on plant density responses
JA Postma, VL Hecht, K Hikosaka, EA Nord, TL Pons, H Poorter
Plant, Cell & Environment 44 (4), 1072-1094, 2021
Root cortical senescence decreases root respiration, nutrient content and radial water and nutrient transport in barley
HM Schneider, T Wojciechowski, JA Postma, KM Brown, A Lücke, ...
Plant, cell & environment 40 (8), 1392-1408, 2017
Plant root system analysis from MRI images
H Schulz, JA Postma, D van Dusschoten, H Scharr, S Behnke
Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics. Theory and Application: 7th …, 2013
Dynamic root growth and architecture responses to limiting nutrient availability: linking physiological models and experimentation
JA Postma, U Schurr, F Fiorani
Biotechnology advances 32 (1), 53-65, 2014
Co-optimization of axial root phenotypes for nitrogen and phosphorus acquisition in common bean
H Rangarajan, JA Postma, JP Lynch
Annals of botany 122 (3), 485-499, 2018
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