Peter M. Kopittke
Peter M. Kopittke
Professor of Soil Science and Environmental Science, The University of Queensland
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Soil and the intensification of agriculture for global food security
PM Kopittke, NW Menzies, P Wang, BA McKenna, E Lombi
Environment international 132, 105078, 2019
Nanotechnology: a new opportunity in plant sciences
P Wang, E Lombi, FJ Zhao, PM Kopittke
Trends in plant science 21 (8), 699-712, 2016
Evaluation of extractants for estimation of the phytoavailable trace metals in soils
NW Menzies, MJ Donn, PM Kopittke
Environmental pollution 145 (1), 121-130, 2007
Cadmium contamination in agricultural soils of China and the impact on food safety
P Wang, H Chen, PM Kopittke, FJ Zhao
Environmental pollution 249, 1038-1048, 2019
Fate of ZnO nanoparticles in soils and cowpea (Vigna unguiculata)
P Wang, NW Menzies, E Lombi, BA McKenna, B Johannessen, CJ Glover, ...
Environmental science & technology 47 (23), 13822-13830, 2013
Iron–manganese (oxyhydro) oxides, rather than oxidation of sulfides, determine mobilization of Cd during soil drainage in paddy soil systems
J Wang, PM Wang, Y Gu, PM Kopittke, FJ Zhao, P Wang
Environmental science & technology 53 (5), 2500-2508, 2019
Toxic effects of Pb2+ on growth of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata)
PM Kopittke, CJ Asher, RA Kopittke, NW Menzies
Environmental pollution 150 (2), 280-287, 2007
Identification of the primary lesion of toxic aluminum in plant roots
PM Kopittke, KL Moore, E Lombi, A Gianoncelli, BJ Ferguson, ...
Plant Physiology 167 (4), 1402-1411, 2015
A review of the use of the basic cation saturation ratio and the “ideal” soil
PM Kopittke, NW Menzies
Soil Science Society of America Journal 71 (2), 259-265, 2007
Trace metal phytotoxicity in solution culture: a review
PM Kopittke, FPC Blamey, CJ Asher, NW Menzies
Journal of experimental botany 61 (4), 945-954, 2010
The effect of salinity on plant-available water
AR Sheldon, RC Dalal, G Kirchhof, PM Kopittke, NW Menzies
Plant and Soil 418, 477-491, 2017
Effect of Cu Toxicity on Growth of Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata)
PM Kopittke, NW Menzies
Plant and Soil 279, 287-296, 2006
Nanomaterials as fertilizers for improving plant mineral nutrition and environmental outcomes
PM Kopittke, E Lombi, P Wang, JK Schjoerring, S Husted
Environmental Science: Nano 6 (12), 3513-3524, 2019
In situ distribution and speciation of toxic copper, nickel, and zinc in hydrated roots of cowpea
PM Kopittke, NW Menzies, MD de Jonge, BA McKenna, E Donner, ...
Plant Physiology 156 (2), 663-673, 2011
Characterizing the uptake, accumulation and toxicity of silver sulfide nanoparticles in plants
P Wang, E Lombi, S Sun, KG Scheckel, A Malysheva, BA McKenna, ...
Environmental Science: Nano 4 (2), 448-460, 2017
Nitrogen‐rich microbial products provide new organo‐mineral associations for the stabilization of soil organic matter
PM Kopittke, MC Hernandez‐Soriano, RC Dalal, D Finn, NW Menzies, ...
Global Change Biology 24 (4), 1762-1770, 2018
Soil organic matter is stabilized by organo-mineral associations through two key processes: The role of the carbon to nitrogen ratio
PM Kopittke, RC Dalal, C Hoeschen, C Li, NW Menzies, CW Mueller
Geoderma 357, 113974, 2020
Global changes in soil stocks of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulphur as influenced by long‐term agricultural production
PM Kopittke, RC Dalal, D Finn, NW Menzies
Global change biology 23 (6), 2509-2519, 2017
Toxicities of soluble Al, Cu, and La include ruptures to rhizodermal and root cortical cells of cowpea
PM Kopittke, FPC Blamey, NW Menzies
Plant and Soil 303, 217-227, 2008
Synchrotron-based X-ray fluorescence microscopy as a technique for imaging of elements in plants
PM Kopittke, T Punshon, DJ Paterson, RV Tappero, P Wang, FPC Blamey, ...
Plant Physiology 178 (2), 507-523, 2018
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