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Theme: Plant nutrition for global green growth – the future bio-based society (opening session)

Mike McLaughlin 2Mike McLaughlin

School of Agriculture Food and Wine
University of Adelaide
Australia

Plant nutrition for global green growth - Designing next generation fertilizers for crop nutrition

 

 

Theme: Plant-microorganism interactions and nutrient acquisition

Hans LambersHans Lambers

School of Plant Biology
University of Western Australia
Australia

Non-mycorrhizal strategies to acquire phosphorus from soils with very low phosphorus availability

 

Hong LiaoHong Liao

Root Biology Center
Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University
China

Phosphorus promotes nitrogen fixation in soybean

 

Alan E RichardsonAlan E. Richardson

CSIRO Agriculture
London Circuit, Canberra
Australia

Exploiting the root-soil microbiome for benefit to plant nutrition

 

 

Theme: Nutrient functions in plants

Phillip J WhitePhilip J. White

The James Hutton Institute
Invergowrie, Dundee
Scotland

Plant nutrients - The functional ionome

 

 

Theme: Nutrient management and fertilizers in crop production

Victoria FrenandezVictoria Fernandez

Forest Genetics and Ecophysiology Research
Technical University of Madrid
Spain

Factors affecting the permeability and efficacy of foliar fertilisers: An update

 

Paul E FixenPaul E. Fixen

International Plant Nutrition Institute
Research Parkway, South Dakota
USA

Making Waves... Einstein's lessons for crop nutrition research

 

Leif KnudsenLeif Knudsen

Plant Innovation
Agro Food Park, SEGES
Denmark

Plant nutritional challenges in an industrialized agriculture – The Danish lesson

 

Fusuo ZhangFusuo Zhang

Centre for Resources, Environment and Food Security
China Agricultural University
China

A paradigm of nutrient management for fertilizer industry and global society

 

 

Theme: Nutrient uptake, transport and homeostasis

Jian Feng MaJian Feng Ma

Institute of Plant Science and Resources
Okayama University
Japan

Node-based distribution of mineral elements in rice

 

Miroslav NikolicMiroslav Nikolic

Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences
University of Belgrade
Serbia

Silicon mediates ion uptake, transport and homeostasis in plants under mineral stress

 

David E SaltDavid E. Salt

Institute of Biological and Environmental Sciences
University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen
Scotland

The root endodermis acts as a gateway for vascular transport

 

Nico von WirenNicolaus von Wirén

Leibinz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research
Gatersleben
Germany

AMT-type transporters mediate radial transport pathways and root-to-shoot translocation of ammonium

 

 

Theme: Nutrient availability in soils, toxicity and remediation

Lars StoumannLars S. Jensen

Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences
University of Copenhagen
Denmark

Novel green fertilizers and soil amendments promoting recirculation of plant nutrients

 

Leon KochianLeon Kochian

Global Institute for Food Security
University of Saskatchewan
Canada

The role of high throughput root phenotyping in crop improvement for adaptation to acid soils

 

 

Theme: Roots and genetics of crop nutrient uptake

Lixing YuanLixing Yuan

Department of Plant Nutrition
China Agricultural University
China

Root system architecture in maize determined by genome-wide association analysese

 

Fangjie ZhaoFangjie Zhao

College of Resources and Environmental Sciences
Nanjing Agricultural University
China

Arsenic biogeochemistry in paddy systems and impacts on crop production and quality

 

 

Theme: Plant nutrition and food quality

Martin Broadley

Martin R. Broadley 

Plant and Crop Sciences Division
University of Nottingham
United Kingdom

GeoNutrition: Spatial aspects of hidden hunger

 

Ismail CakmakIsmail Cakmak

Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences
Sabanci University, Istanbul
Turkey

Fighting human malnutrition with plant nutrition

 

Alex JohnsonAlexander Johnson

School of Biosciences
The University of Melbourne
Australia

Identification and characterization of novel metal homeostasis genes in bread wheat

 

Hafeez ur RehmanHafeez ur Rehman

Department of Crop Physiology
University of Agriculture, Faisalabad
Pakistan

Genotype behaviour, water management and zinc fertilization in  different rice systems; their implications for grain zinc biofortification

 

 

Theme: Nutrient cycling, ecosystems and climate change

Jørgen OlesenJørgen E. Olesen

Department of Agroecology - Climate and Water
Aarhus University
Denmark

Achieving nutrient efficient cropping systems with higher productivity and lower emissions

 

Marta VasconcelosMarta Vasconcelos

Catholic University of Portugal
Lisbon
Portugal

Impact of climate change in plant nutrition

 

 

Theme: New analytical methods in plant nutrition

Søren Husted Søren Husted

Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences
University of Copenhagen
Denmark

Imaging and molecular speciation analysis of essential plant nutrients

 

Peter Kopittke Peter Kopittke

School of Agriculture and Food Sciences
The University of Queensland
Australia

Synchrotron X-ray approaches for examining trace metals in plants

 

 

Theme: Closing session

Ken GillerKen Giller

Plant Production Systems
Wageningen University
Netherlands

Africa - The plant nutritionists paradise