Publicaciones Científicas- 2015

First blog post

Armada, E., Barea, J.-M., Castillo, P., Roldán, A., Azcón, R. (2015)
Characterization and management of autochthonous bacterial strains from semiarid soils of Spain and their interactions with fermented agrowastes to improve drought tolerance in native shrub species
Applied Soil Ecology, 96, art. no. 2261, pp. 306-318.

Clemente, R., Pardo, T., Madejón, P., Madejón, E., Bernal, M.P. (2015)
Food byproducts as amendments in trace elements contaminated soils
Food Research International, 73, pp. 176-189.

Kohler, J., Caravaca, F., Azcón, R., Díaz, G., Roldán, A. (2015)
The combination of compost addition and arbuscular mycorrhizal inoculation produced positive and synergistic effects on the phytomanagement of a semiarid mine tailing
Science of the Total Environment, 514, pp. 42-48.

Caravaca, F., Maboreke, H., Kurth, F., Herrmann, S., Tarkka, M.T., Ruess, L. (2015)
Synergists and antagonists in the rhizosphere modulate microbial communities and growth of Quercus robur L.
Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 82, pp. 65-73.

García-Orenes, F., Caravaca, F., Morugán-Coronado, A., Roldán, A. (2015)
Prolonged irrigation with municipal wastewater promotes a persistent and active soil microbial community in a semiarid agroecosystem
Agricultural Water Management, 149, pp. 115-122.

Alguacil, M.M., Torrecillas, E., Lozano, Z., Roldán, A. (2015)
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi communities in a coral cay system (Morrocoy, Venezuela) and their relationships with environmental variables
Science of the Total Environment, 505, pp. 805-813.

Ortiz, N., Armada, E., Duque, E., Roldán, A., Azcón, R. (2015)
Contribution of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and/or bacteria to enhancing plant drought tolerance under natural soil conditions: Effectiveness of autochthonous or allochthonous strains
Journal of Plant Physiology, 174, pp. 87-96.


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