Poster Programme HS4.4

HS4.4

Soil-plant interactions from the rhizosphere to field scale
Convener: M. Javaux 
Co-Conveners: N. Ursino , M. van der Ploeg , J. Vanderborght 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 20 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room 34
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 20 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Mon, 20 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Mon, 20 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00  / Hall A
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Attendance Time: Monday, 20 Apr, 17:30–19:00
New methods for measuring root processes

Hall A
A169
EGU2009-10551
Image analysis from root system pictures
D. Casaroli, Q. Jong van Lier, and K. Metselaar

A170
EGU2009-11102
Visualizing the impact of living roots on rhizosphere soil structure using X-ray microtomography
M. MENON, M. Berli, T.A. Ghezzehei, P. Nico, M.H. Young, and S.W. Tyler

A171
EGU2009-13646
Real-time spatial analysis of root water uptake in rhizotrons
G. Lobet, M. Javaux, L. Pages, F. Chaumont, and X. Draye

A172
EGU2009-11258
Development of micro push-pull tests to investigate rhizosphere processes
K. Knecht, B. Nowack, M. H. Schroth, and R. Schulin

A173
EGU2009-9136
Evaluation of a core sampling scheme to characterize root length density of maize
U. Buczko, R.O. Kuchenbuch, and H.H. Gerke

A174
EGU2009-5871
Modeling and measuring 3-D root water uptake from the plant to the field scale
M. Javaux, Cl. Doussan, I. Srayeddin, A. Pohlmeier, J. Vanderborght, and H. Vereecken

A175
EGU2009-12856
How do microorganisms influence trace element uptake by plants? Screening in an agar model rhizosphere.
M. Marchetti, B.H. Robinson, M.W.H. Evangelou, A. Vachey, J.P. Schwitzguebel, R. Bernier-Latmani, and R. Schulin

Integrated case studies

A176
EGU2009-5569
Water uptake strategies of maize under varying levels of water stress
M. van der Ploeg, H.P.A. Gooren, G. Bakker, and G.H. de Rooij

A177
EGU2009-7012
Nickel and manganese transfer from soil to plant in lateritic mining soils from New Caledonia
P. POUSCHAT, J. ROSE, I. ALLIOT, C. DOMINICI, C. KELLER, I. LAFFONT-SCHWOB, L. OLIVI, and J.-P. AMBROSI

A178
EGU2009-1371
FARMYARD MANURE AND FERTILIZER EFFECTS ON SEED POTATO (Solanum tuberosum L.) YIELD IN GREEN HOUSE PRODUCTION
DR. M. László PhD

A179
EGU2009-1368
EFFECTS OF NITROGEN AND DESFERAL TREATMENTS ON CROTALARIA’s (Crotalaria juncea ROTH) BIOMASS PRODUCTION
DR. M. László PhD

A180
EGU2009-3250
Coastal Plain Soil Fertility Degradation And Natural Forest Ecosystem Regeneration
J. C. CASAGRANDE, C. A. SATO, R. M. REIS-DUARTE, M. R. SOARES, and M. S. GALVÃO BUENO

A181
EGU2009-8566
A heterogeneous boron distribution in soil influences the poplar root system architecture development
R. Rees, B.H. Robinson, S. Hartmann, E. Lehmann, and R. Schulin

A182
EGU2009-1374
BIOLOGICAL N2-FIXATION AND MINERAL N-FERTILIZATION EFFECTS ON SOYBEAN (Glicine max L. Merr.) YIELD UNDER TEMPERATE CLIMATE CONDITIONS
DR. M. László PhD

A183
EGU2009-8674
Root foraging for Patchy Phosphorus of Plant Species with Contrasting Foraging Strategy - Role of Roots and Mycorrhiza
B. Felderer, B.H. Robinson, J. Jansa, P. Vontobel, E. Frossard, and R. Schulin

A184
EGU2009-6780
Accumulation of metal ions by pectinates
S. Deiana, L. Deiana, A. Palma, A. Premoli, and C. Senette

Modelling approaches

A185 EGU2009-1955
Plant Response to the Soil Environment: An Analytical Model Integrating Yield, Water, Soil Type and Salinity (withdrawn)
A. Ben-Gal, L.M. Dudley, E. Tripler, S. Elisha, and U. Shani

A186
EGU2009-4357
A one-dimensional model of water flow in soil-plant systems
M. Janott, S. Gayler, C. Klier, and E. Priesack

A187
EGU2009-6897
Root water extraction under combined water and osmotic stress
J.C. van Dam, Q. de Jong van Lier, and K. Metselaar

A188
EGU2009-4190
Advances in high resolution 3D soil-root water transfer models
T. Schroeder, M. Javaux, J. Vanderborght, and H. Vereecken

A189
EGU2009-11482
Comparing root architecture efficiency for root water uptake with a 3-D water flow model
M. Javaux, X. Draye, J. Vanderborght, and H. Vereecken