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About malikamezeli

I am a PhD student based at The James Hutton Institute, under Tim George, Roy Neilson, Phil Haygarth (Lancaster University) and Martin Blackwell (Rothamsted Research). My research considers the role trophic interactions in the rhizosphere play in plant acquisition of soil organic phosphorus. My work focuses more specifically on interactions between bacterivorous nematodes and phytase producing bacteria on plant uptake of InsP6 in arable systems.

Abstract deadline extended to 15th May for PSP6!

Phosphorus in Soils and Plants, PSP6 ***TRAVEL AWARD STILL AVAILABLE & ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED*** ***NEW DEADLINE 15 MAY 2018*** Advertisements

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Research Associate: New opportunity at The University of Western Australia at the School of Agriculture & Environment

As part of the multi-disciplinary team comprising personnel from the University of Western Australia, WA Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development, Adelaide University, Murdoch University and two fertilizer companies, the research associate will carry out the laboratory, glasshouse and … Continue reading

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New publication in Biogeosciences: Soil solution phosphorus turnover: derivation, interpretation, and insights from a global compilation of isotope exchange kinetic studies.

Abstract. The exchange rate of inorganic phosphorus (P) between the soil solution and solid phase, also known as soil solution P turnover, is essential for describing the kinetics of bioavailable P. While soil solution P turnover (Km) can be determined by … Continue reading

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