The latest issue of Phytobiomes Journal, Volume 5 No. 2, has been released. Included in the issue are two papers with Northen Lab researchers, focusing on aspects of the root microbiome. Volume 5 No. 1 also includes an editorial led by a NL member for the Focus Issue on Phytobiomes of Bioenergy Crops and Agroecosystems, and an additional paper was published in the First Look (read the news highlight).
Check out the issues and all the articles from NL researchers below:
Phytobiomes Journal focuses on research regarding organisms and communities interacting with plants in any ecosystem. It encompasses the areas of microbiology, virology, nutrient cycling, climate change, ecology, agronomy, entomology, computational biology, nematology, plant pathology, and more.
Singer, E., Vogel, J. P., Northen, T., Mungall, C. J., Juenger, T. E. (2021). Novel and Emerging Capabilities that Can Provide a Holistic Understanding of the Plant Root Microbiome. Phytobiomes Journal, 5(2), 122–132. https://doi.org/10.1094/pbiomes-05-20-0042-rvw
Wipf, E. M.-L., Bùi, T. N., Coleman-Derr, D. (2021). Distinguishing Between the Impacts of Heat and Drought Stress on the Root Microbiome of Sorghum bicolor. Phytobiomes Journal, 5(2), 166–176. https://doi.org/10.1094/pbiomes-07-20-0052-r
Zhalnina, K., Hawkes, C., Shade, A., Firestone, M. K., Pett-Ridge, J. (2021). Managing Plant Microbiomes for Sustainable Biofuel Production. Phytobiomes Journal, 5(1), 3–13. https://doi.org/10.1094/pbiomes-12-20-0090-e
Brisson, V., Richardy, J., Kosina, S., Northen, T., Vogel, J., Gaudin, A. (2021). Phosphate Availability Modulates Root Exudate Composition and Rhizosphere Microbial Community in a Teosinte and a Modern Maize Cultivar. Phytobiomes Journal. https://doi.org/10.1094/pbiomes-06-21-0041-r