Organic acids in the rhizosphere – a critical review

@article{Jones2004OrganicAI,
  title={Organic acids in the rhizosphere – a critical review},
  author={D. Jones},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={205},
  pages={25-44}
}
  • D. Jones
  • Published 2004
  • Chemistry
  • Plant and Soil
  • Organic acids, such as malate, citrate and oxalate, have been proposed to be involved in many processes operating in the rhizosphere, including nutrient acquisition and metal detoxification, alleviation of anaerobic stress in roots, mineral weathering and pathogen attraction. A full assessment of their role in these processes, however, cannot be determined unless the exact mechanisms of plant organic acid release and the fate of these compounds in the soil are more fully understood. This review… CONTINUE READING

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