1. Canarini A., Kaiser C., Merchant A., Richter A. and Wanek W. (2019). Root Exudation of Primary Metabolites: Mechanisms and Their Roles in Plant Responses to Environmental Stimuli. Frontiers in Plant Science,10: 157.

  2. Canarini A., Kiær L.P. and Dijkstra, F. A. (2017). Soil carbon loss regulated by drought intensity and available substrate: a meta-analysis. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 112, 90-99.

  3. Carrillo Y., Bell C., Koyama A., Canarini A., Boot C. M., Wallenstein M. and Pendall E. (2017). Plant traits, stoichiometry and microbes as drivers of decomposition in the rhizosphere in a temperate grassland. Journal of Ecology, 105: 1750-1765.

  4. Canarini A., Merchant A., Ingram L., Mariotte P. and Dijkstra, F. A. (2017). Mineral-Associated Soil Carbon is Resistant to Drought but Sensitive to Legumes and Microbial Biomass in an Australian Grassland. Ecosystems, 1-11.

  5. Mariotte P, Canarini A. and Dijkstra F. A. (2017). Stoichiometric N:P flexibility and mycorrhizal symbiosis favor plant resistance against drought. Published online in Journal of Ecology.

  6. Canarini A., Merchant A. and Dijkstra F. A. (2016). Drought effects on Helianthus annuus and Glycine max metabolites: from phloem to root exudates. Rhizosphere, 2, 85-97.

  7. Canarini A., Carrillo Y., Mariotte P., Ingram L., and Dijkstra F. A. (2016). Soil microbial community resistance to drought and links to C stabilization in an Australian grassland. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 103, 171-180.

  8. Dijkstra F.A., Carrillo Y., Aspinwall M.J., Maier C., Canarini A., Tahaei H., Choat B. and Tissue D.T. (2016). Water, nitrogen and phosphorus use efficiencies of four tree species in response to variable water and nutrient supply. Plant and Soil: 1-13.

  9. Canarini A., and Dijkstra F. A. (2015). Dry-rewetting cycles regulate wheat carbon rhizodeposition, stabilization and nitrogen cycling. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 81, 195-203.

  10. Salvucci M.E., Barta C., Bayer J.A. and Canarini A. (2010). Photosynthesis and assimilate partitioning between carbohydrates and isoprenoid products in vegetatively active and dormant guayule: physiological and environmental constraints on rubber accumulation in a semiarid shrub. Physiologia Plantarum 140: 368-379.

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