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Frontline Research in the Rhizosphere Involved in Soil Phosphorus: For Efficient Use of Unavailable P in Soils

By Soil Science and Plant Nutrition

The Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition (JSSSPN) is pleased to offer free access to “Frontline Research in the Rhizosphere Involved in Soil Phosphorus: For Efficient Use of Unavailable P in Soils”.

Phosphorus has been facing the depletion of the resource, although it is an essential nutrient for plant growth. On the other hand, phosphorus has been accumulated in cultivated lands. The utilization of the unavailable phosphorus accumulated in the soils is required for sustainable food production. This special section aims to represent recent works on the utilization of phosphorus in soils, such as phosphorus dynamics in the soil at cultivated lands, phosphorus mobilization by plants, and strategies by microbial symbioses.

Free access to these articles is available until 31 December 2019.

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Identification of genomic regions associated with low phosphorus tolerance in japonica rice (Oryza sativa L.) by QTL-SeqSho Nishida, D. M. S. B Dissanayaka, Soichiro Honda, Yoshiko Tateishi, Masaru Chuba, Hayato Maruyama, Keitaro Tawaraya & Jun Wasaki
Organ-specific allocation pattern of acquired phosphorus and dry matter in two rice genotypes with contrasting tolerance to phosphorus deficiencyD. M. S. B. Dissanayaka, Sho Nishida, Keitaro Tawaraya & Jun Wasaki
Fractionation of phosphorus in soils with different geological and soil physicochemical properties in southern TanzaniaTomohiro Nishigaki, Soh Sugihara, Kazuki Kobayashi, Yohey Hashimoto, Method Kilasara, Haruo Tanaka, Tetsuhiro Watanabe & Shinya Funakawa
Incorporation of fallow weed increases phosphorus availability in a farmer’s organic rice fields on allophanic Andosol in eastern JapanRyohei Sakuraoka, Kazunobu Toriyama, Kazuhiko Kobayashi, Susumu Yamada, Hiroyuki Kamioka & Seiji Mori
Inoculum effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on soybeans grown in long-term bare-fallowed field with low phosphate availabilityMasaki Hayashi, Rieko Niwa, Yasufumi Urashima, Yuko Suga, Shusei Sato, Hideki Hirakawa, Shigenobu Yoshida, Tatsuhiro Ezawa & Toshihiko Karasawa
Metabolite profiling of shoot extract, root extract, and root exudate of rice under nitrogen and phosphorus deficiencyKeitaro Tawaraya, Ryota Horie, Tadao Wagatsuma, Kazuki Saito & Akira Oikawa
Mild drying of sandy soil can physically limit the uptake of phosphorus by rainfed lowland rice in northeast ThailandRyoya Seto, Naoki Moritsuka, Kazuhiko Fujisao, Akiko Toriumi, Koki Homma, Ryosuke Tajima, Yoichiro Kato, Junko Yamagishi, Poonsak Mekwatanakarn & Boonrat Jongdee
P and N deficiency change the relative abundance and function of rhizosphere microorganisms during cluster root development of white lupin (Lupinus albus L.)Jun Wasaki, Junya Sakaguchi, Takuya Yamamura, Susumu Ito, Takuro Shinano, Mitsuru Osaki & Ellen Kandeler
Organic acid excretion from roots: a plant mechanism for enhancing phosphorus acquisition, enhancing aluminum tolerance, and recruiting beneficial rhizobacteriaLiujie Wu, Yuriko Kobayashi, Jun Wasaki & Hiroyuki Koyama
Effects of indigenous and introduced arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on the growth of Allium fistulosum under field conditionsTakumi Sato, Weiguo Cheng & Keitaro Tawaraya

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