Alberto Canarini
Alberto Canarini
University Assistant, University of Vienna, Austria
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Root exudation of primary metabolites: mechanisms and their roles in plant responses to environmental stimuli
A Canarini, C Kaiser, A Merchant, A Richter, W Wanek
Frontiers in Plant Science 10, 422679, 2019
Soil carbon loss regulated by drought intensity and available substrate: A meta-analysis
A Canarini, LP KiŠr, FA Dijkstra
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 112, 90-99, 2017
Ecological memory of recurrent drought modifies soil processes via changes in soil microbial community
A Canarini, H Schmidt, L Fuchslueger, V Martin, CW Herbold, D Zezula, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 5308, 2021
Dry-rewetting cycles regulate wheat carbon rhizodeposition, stabilization and nitrogen cycling
A Canarini, FA Dijkstra
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 81, 195-203, 2015
Stoichiometric N: P flexibility and mycorrhizal symbiosis favour plant resistance against drought
P Mariotte, A Canarini, FA Dijkstra
Journal of Ecology 105 (4), 958-967, 2017
Soil microbial community resistance to drought and links to C stabilization in an Australian grassland
A Canarini, Y Carrillo, P Mariotte, L Ingram, FA Dijkstra
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 103, 171-180, 2016
Drought effects on Helianthus annuus and Glycine max metabolites: from phloem to root exudates
A Canarini, A Merchant, FA Dijkstra
Rhizosphere 2, 85-97, 2016
Plant traits, stoichiometry and microbes as drivers of decomposition in the rhizosphere in a temperate grassland
Y Carrillo, C Bell, A Koyama, A Canarini, CM Boot, M Wallenstein, ...
Journal of Ecology 105 (6), 1750-1765, 2017
Water, nitrogen and phosphorus use efficiencies of four tree species in response to variable water and nutrient supply
FA Dijkstra, Y Carrillo, MJ Aspinwall, C Maier, A Canarini, H Tahaei, ...
Plant and Soil 406, 187-199, 2016
A critical perspective on interpreting amplicon sequencing data in soil ecological research
LV Alteio, J SÚneca, A Canarini, R Angel, J Jansa, K Guseva, C Kaiser, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 160, 108357, 2021
Composition and activity of nitrifier communities in soil are unresponsive to elevated temperature and CO2, but strongly affected by drought
J SÚneca, P Pjevac, A Canarini, CW Herbold, C Zioutis, M Dietrich, ...
The ISME Journal 14 (12), 3038-3053, 2020
Microbial growth and carbon use efficiency show seasonal responses in a multifactorial climate change experiment
E Simon, A Canarini, V Martin, J SÚneca, T B÷ckle, D Reinthaler, ...
Communications Biology 3 (1), 584, 2020
Warming and elevated CO2 intensify drought and recovery responses of grassland carbon allocation to soil respiration
K Meeran, J Ingrisch, D Reinthaler, A Canarini, L MŘller, EM P÷tsch, ...
Global change biology 27 (14), 3230-3243, 2021
Contrasting drivers of belowground nitrogen cycling in a montane grassland exposed to a multifactorial global change experiment with elevated CO2, warming, andá…
TL Maxwell, A Canarini, I Bogdanovic, T B÷ckle, V Martin, L Noll, ...
Global Change Biology 28 (7), 2425-2441, 2022
Mineral-associated soil carbon is resistant to drought but sensitive to legumes and microbial biomass in an Australian grassland
A Canarini, P Mariotte, L Ingram, A Merchant, FA Dijkstra
Ecosystems 21, 349-359, 2018
Quantifying microbial growth and carbon use efficiency in dry soil environments via 18O water vapor equilibration
A Canarini, W Wanek, M Watzka, T SandÚn, H Spiegel, J Šantrůček, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (9), 5333-5341, 2020
Alternative stable states, nonlinear behavior, and predictability of microbiome dynamics
H Fujita, M Ushio, K Suzuki, MS Abe, M Yamamichi, K Iwayama, ...
Microbiome 11 (1), 63, 2023
Photosynthesis and assimilate partitioning between carbohydrates and isoprenoid products in vegetatively active and dormant guayule: physiological and environmental constraintsá…
ME Salvucci, C Barta, JA Byers, A Canarini
Physiologia plantarum 140 (4), 368-379, 2010
Plant-microbial linkages underpin carbon sequestration in contrasting mountain tundra vegetation types
K Gavazov, A Canarini, VEJ Jassey, R Mills, A Richter, MK Sundqvist, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 165, 108530, 2022
Long-term warming reduced microbial biomass but increased recent plant-derived C in microbes of a subarctic grassland
N Verbrigghe, K Meeran, M Bahn, A Canarini, E Fransen, L Fuchslueger, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 167, 108590, 2022
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