Lukasz Kotula
Lukasz Kotula
Research Scientist, Department of Primary Industries & Regional Development, WA, Australia
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Mechanisms for coping with submergence and waterlogging in rice
S Nishiuchi, T Yamauchi, H Takahashi, L Kotula, M Nakazono
Rice 5, 1-14, 2012
Enhanced formation of aerenchyma and induction of a barrier to radial oxygen loss in adventitious roots of Zea nicaraguensis contribute to its waterlogging tolerance as compared with …
T Abiko, L Kotula, K Shiono, AI Malik, TD Colmer, M Nakazono
Plant, Cell & Environment 35 (9), 1618-1630, 2012
How belowground interactions contribute to the coexistence of mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal species in severely phosphorus-impoverished hyperdiverse ecosystems
H Lambers, F Albornoz, L Kotula, E Laliberté, K Ranathunge, FP Teste, ...
Plant and Soil 424, 11-33, 2018
Functional and chemical comparison of apoplastic barriers to radial oxygen loss in roots of rice (Oryza sativa L.) grown in aerated or deoxygenated solution
L Kotula, K Ranathunge, L Schreiber, E Steudle
Journal of Experimental Botany 60 (7), 2155-2167, 2009
Water permeability and reflection coefficient of the outer part of young rice roots are differently affected by closure of water channels (aquaporins) or blockage of apoplastic …
K Ranathunge, L Kotula, E Steudle, R Lafitte
Journal of Experimental Botany 55 (396), 433-447, 2004
Direct measurement of hydraulic properties in developing berries of Vitis vinifera L. cv Shiraz and Chardonnay
SD Tyerman, J Tilbrook, C Pardo, L Kotula, W Sullivan, E Steudle
Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research 10 (3), 170-181, 2004
Improving crop salt tolerance using transgenic approaches: An update and physiological analysis
L Kotula, P Garcia Caparros, C Zörb, TD Colmer, TJ Flowers
Plant, Cell & Environment 43 (12), 2932-2956, 2020
Salt sensitivity in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.): ions in reproductive tissues and yield components in contrasting genotypes
L Kotula, HA Khan, J Quealy, NC Turner, V Vadez, KHM Siddique, ...
Plant, cell & environment 38 (8), 1565-1577, 2015
Photosynthetic response to globally increasing CO2 of co‐occurring temperate seagrass species
J Borum, O Pedersen, L Kotula, MW Fraser, J Statton, TD Colmer, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 39 (6), 1240-1250, 2016
Oxygen deficiency and salinity affect cell‐specific ion concentrations in adventitious roots of barley (Hordeum vulgare)
L Kotula, PL Clode, GG Striker, O Pedersen, A Läuchli, S Shabala, ...
New Phytologist 208 (4), 1114-1125, 2015
Apoplastic barriers effectively block oxygen permeability across outer cell layers of rice roots under deoxygenated conditions: roles of apoplastic pores and of respiration
L Kotula, K Ranathunge, E Steudle
New Phytologist 184 (4), 909-917, 2009
Rice acclimation to soil flooding: low concentrations of organic acids can trigger a barrier to radial oxygen loss in roots
TD Colmer, L Kotula, AI Malik, H Takahashi, D Konnerup, M Nakazono, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 42 (7), 2183-2197, 2019
Salinity tolerance in chickpea is associated with the ability to ‘exclude’Na from leaf mesophyll cells
L Kotula, PL Clode, JDLC Jimenez, TD Colmer
Journal of Experimental Botany 70 (18), 4991-5002, 2019
Measurements of oxygen permeability coefficients of rice (Oryza sativa L.) roots using a new perfusion technique
L Kotula, E Steudle
Journal of Experimental Botany 60 (2), 567-580, 2009
Effects of organic acids on the formation of the barrier to radial oxygen loss in roots of Hordeum marinum
L Kotula, TD Colmer, M Nakazono
Functional Plant Biology 41 (2), 187-202, 2013
Anatomical and biochemical characterisation of a barrier to radial O2 loss in adventitious roots of two contrasting Hordeum marinum accessions
L Kotula, L Schreiber, TD Colmer, M Nakazono
Functional Plant Biology 44 (9), 845-857, 2017
Novel salinity tolerance loci in chickpea identified in glasshouse and field environments
J Atieno, TD Colmer, J Taylor, Y Li, J Quealy, L Kotula, D Nicol, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 12, 667910, 2021
Na+ and/or Cl− toxicities determine salt sensitivity in soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.), mungbean (Vigna radiata (L.) R. Wilczek), cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.), and …
LTT Le, L Kotula, KHM Siddique, TD Colmer
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 22 (4), 1909, 2021
Root O2 consumption, CO2 production and tissue concentration profiles in chickpea, as influenced by environmental hypoxia
TD Colmer, A Winkel, L Kotula, W Armstrong, NP Revsbech, O Pedersen
New Phytologist 226 (2), 373-384, 2020
Root-zone hypoxia reduces growth of the tropical forage grass Urochloa humidicola in high-nutrient but not low-nutrient conditions
JC Jiménez, L Kotula, EJ Veneklaas, TD Colmer
Annals of Botany 124 (6), 1019-1032, 2019
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