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Active Projects

  • Emerging effects of root hairs and mucilage on plant scale soil water relations
    Mutez Ali Ahmed, Andrea Carminati [Details]

  • Rhizosphere Spatiotemporal Organisation – a Key to Rhizosphere Functions
    Mutez Ali Ahmed, Andrea Carminati, Patrick Duddek, Doris Vetterlein [Details]

  • Soil drying and salinity stresses in crops under drip irrigation: effect of root and rhizosphere hydraulic properties on leaf water potential
    A joint project between the Chair of Soil Physics, University of Bayreuth, Germany and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment, Israel. [Details]

  • Back to the roots: Fostering Sustainable Nutrition in Africa
    This project targets the rhizosphere, the key hotspot where plants overcome water and nutrient scarcity. The overall goal is to foster a more sustainable food production in African countries. [Details]

  • MUCILAGE: The hydraulic bridge between soil and plants
    The aim of the project is to characterize the physical and chemical properties of root exuded mucilage and its effects on water flow in soils and root water uptake. [Details]

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