Angela Hodge
Angela Hodge
Senior Lecturer, Department of Biology, University of York
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The plastic plant: root responses to heterogeneous supplies of nutrients
A Hodge
New phytologist 162 (1), 9-24, 2004
Plant and mycorrhizal regulation of rhizodeposition
DL Jones, A Hodge, Y Kuzyakov
New phytologist 163 (3), 459-480, 2004
An arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus accelerates decomposition and acquires nitrogen directly from organic material
A Hodge, CD Campbell, AH Fitter
Nature 413 (6853), 297-299, 2001
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and organic farming
P Gosling, A Hodge, G Goodlass, GD Bending
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 113 (1-4), 17-35, 2006
Are microorganisms more effective than plants at competing for nitrogen?
A Hodge, D Robinson, A Fitter
Trends in plant science 5 (7), 304-308, 2000
Plant root growth, architecture and function
A Hodge, G Berta, C Doussan, F Merchan, M Crespi
Plant and soil 321, 153-187, 2009
Substantial nitrogen acquisition by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi from organic material has implications for N cycling
A Hodge, AH Fitter
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (31), 13754-13759, 2010
Dissolved organic nitrogen uptake by plants—an important N uptake pathway?
DL Jones, JR Healey, VB Willett, JF Farrar, A Hodge
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 37 (3), 413-423, 2005
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi can transfer substantial amounts of nitrogen to their host plant from organic material
J Leigh, A Hodge, AH Fitter
New Phytologist 181 (1), 199-207, 2009
Arbuscular mycorrhiza and nitrogen: implications for individual plants through to ecosystems
A Hodge, K Storer
Plant and soil 386, 1-19, 2015
Plastic plants and patchy soils
A Hodge
Journal of experimental botany 57 (2), 401-411, 2006
Why plants bother: root proliferation results in increased nitrogen capture from an organic patch when two grasses compete
A Hodge, D Robinson, BS Griffiths, AH Fitter
Plant, Cell & Environment 22 (7), 811-820, 1999
Plant root proliferation in nitrogen–rich patches confers competitive advantage
D Robinson, A Hodge, BS Griffiths, AH Fitter
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
An arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus significantly modifies the soil bacterial community and nitrogen cycling during litter decomposition
EE Nuccio, A Hodge, J Pett‐Ridge, DJ Herman, PK Weber, MK Firestone
Environmental Microbiology 15 (6), 1870-1881, 2013
Root decisions
A Hodge
Plant, cell & environment 32 (6), 628-640, 2009
Carbon and phosphorus exchange may enable cooperation between an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus and a phosphate‐solubilizing bacterium
L Zhang, M Xu, Y Liu, F Zhang, A Hodge, G Feng
New Phytologist 210 (3), 1022-1032, 2016
Nutritional ecology of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
A Hodge, T Helgason, AH Fitter
Fungal ecology 3 (4), 267-273, 2010
Interactions between an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus and a soil microbial community mediating litter decomposition
DJ Herman, MK Firestone, E Nuccio, A Hodge
FEMS microbiology ecology 80 (1), 236-247, 2012
Microbial ecology of the arbuscular mycorrhiza
A Hodge
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 32 (2), 91-96, 2000
Ethics, law and professional issues: a practice-based approach for health professionals
A Gallagher, S Hodge
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2012
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