Philippe Hinsinger
Philippe Hinsinger
Senior Scientist, INRA Montpellier, France
Verified email at inra.fr
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Bioavailability of soil inorganic P in the rhizosphere as affected by root-induced chemical changes: a review
P Hinsinger
Plant and soil 237 (2), 173-195, 2001
21592001
Origins of root-mediated pH changes in the rhizosphere and their responses to environmental constraints: a review
P Hinsinger, C Plassard, C Tang, B Jaillard
Plant and soil 248 (1-2), 43-59, 2003
10992003
Rhizosphere: biophysics, biogeochemistry and ecological relevance
P Hinsinger, AG Bengough, D Vetterlein, IM Young
Plant and soil 321 (1-2), 117-152, 2009
8222009
Human-induced nitrogen–phosphorus imbalances alter natural and managed ecosystems across the globe
J Penuelas, B Poulter, J Sardans, P Ciais, M Van Der Velde, L Bopp, ...
Nature communications 4 (1), 1-10, 2013
6092013
How do plan roots acquire mineral nutrients? Chemical processess involved in the Rhizosphere
P Hinsinger
Advances in agronomy 64, 225-265, 1998
5691998
Rhizosphere geometry and heterogeneity arising from root‐mediated physical and chemical processes
P Hinsinger, GR Gobran, PJ Gregory, WW Wenzel
New Phytologist 168 (2), 293-303, 2005
4862005
Plant-microbe-soil interactions in the rhizosphere: an evolutionary perspective
H Lambers, C Mougel, B Jaillard, P Hinsinger
Plant and soil 321 (1-2), 83-115, 2009
4722009
Evaluation of copper availability to plants in copper-contaminated vineyard soils
LA Brun, J Maillet, P Hinsinger, M Pépin
Environmental Pollution 111 (2), 293-302, 2001
4352001
P for two, sharing a scarce resource: soil phosphorus acquisition in the rhizosphere of intercropped species
P Hinsinger, E Betencourt, L Bernard, A Brauman, C Plassard, J Shen, ...
Plant physiology 156 (3), 1078-1086, 2011
2822011
Copper bioavailability and extractability as related to chemical properties of contaminated soils from a vine-growing area
V Chaignon, I Sanchez-Neira, P Herrmann, B Jaillard, P Hinsinger
Environmental pollution 123 (2), 229-238, 2003
2792003
Rhizosphere: a new frontier for soil biogeochemistry
P Hinsinger, C Plassard, B Jaillard
Journal of Geochemical Exploration 88 (1-3), 210-213, 2006
2442006
Root‐induced release of interlayer potassium and vermiculitization of phlogopite as related to potassium depletion in the rhizosphere of ryegrass
P Hinsinger, B Jaillard
Journal of Soil Science 44 (3), 525-534, 1993
2331993
Bioavailability of trace elements as related to root-induced chemical changes in the rhizosphere
P Hinsinger
Trace elements in the rhizosphere, 25-41, 2001
228*2001
Phosphorus deficiency impairs early nodule functioning and enhances proton release in roots of Medicago truncatula L.
C Tang, P Hinsinger, JJ Drevon, B Jaillard
Annals of Botany 88 (1), 131-138, 2001
2112001
Rapid weathering of a trioctahedral mica by the roots of ryegrass
P Hinsinger, B Jaillard, JE Dufey
Soil Science Society of America Journal 56 (3), 977-982, 1992
1921992
Root‐induced irreversible transformation of a trioctahedral mica in the rhizosphere of rape
P Hinsinger, F Elsass, B Jaillard, M Robert
Journal of Soil Science 44 (3), 535-545, 1993
1841993
Plant-induced weathering of a basaltic rock: experimental evidence
P Hinsinger, ONF Barros, MF Benedetti, Y Noack, G Callot
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 65 (1), 137-152, 2001
1742001
Soil pH controls the environmental availability of phosphorus: experimental and mechanistic modelling approaches
N Devau, E Le Cadre, P Hinsinger, B Jaillard, F Gérard
Applied Geochemistry 24 (11), 2163-2174, 2009
1732009
Intercropping promotes the ability of durum wheat and chickpea to increase rhizosphere phosphorus availability in a low P soil
E Betencourt, M Duputel, B Colomb, D Desclaux, P Hinsinger
Soil biology and Biochemistry 46, 181-190, 2012
1722012
Acquisition of phosphorus and other poorly mobile nutrients by roots. Where do plant nutrition models fail?
P Hinsinger, A Brauman, N Devau, F Gérard, C Jourdan, JP Laclau, ...
Plant and Soil 348 (1-2), 29, 2011
1722011
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