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Belinda C Martin
Belinda C Martin
University of Western Australia and Ooid Scientific
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The role of root exuded low molecular weight organic anions in facilitating petroleum hydrocarbon degradation: current knowledge and future directions
BC Martin, SJ George, CA Price, MH Ryan, M Tibbett
Science of the Total Environment 472, 642-653, 2014
2012014
Oxygen loss from seagrass roots coincides with colonisation of sulphide-oxidising cable bacteria and reduces sulphide stress
BC Martin, J Bougoure, MH Ryan, WW Bennett, TD Colmer, NK Joyce, ...
The ISME journal 13 (3), 707-719, 2019
692019
Low light availability alters root exudation and reduces putative beneficial microorganisms in seagrass roots
BC Martin, D Gleeson, J Statton, AR Siebers, P Grierson, MH Ryan, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 2667, 2018
492018
Citrate and malonate increase microbial activity and alter microbial community composition in uncontaminated and diesel-contaminated soil microcosms
BC Martin, SJ George, CA Price, E Shahsavari, AS Ball, M Tibbett, ...
Soil 2 (3), 487-498, 2016
262016
Root microbiomes as indicators of seagrass health
BC Martin, MS Alarcon, D Gleeson, JA Middleton, MW Fraser, MH Ryan, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 96 (2), fiz201, 2020
252020
Colonizing tropical seagrasses increase root exudation under fluctuating and continuous low light
BC Martin, J Statton, AR Siebers, PF Grierson, MH Ryan, GA Kendrick
Limnology and Oceanography 63 (S1), S381-S391, 2018
182018
Cutting out the middle clam: lucinid endosymbiotic bacteria are also associated with seagrass roots worldwide
BC Martin, JA Middleton, MW Fraser, IPG Marshall, VV Scholz, B Hausl, ...
The ISME Journal 14 (11), 2901-2905, 2020
142020
In situ oxygen dynamics in rhizomes of the seagrass Posidonia sinuosa: impact of light, water column oxygen, current speed and wave velocity
YS Olsen, MW Fraser, BC Martin, A Pomeroy, R Lowe, O Pedersen, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 590, 67-77, 2018
132018
Cable bacteria at oxygen-releasing roots of aquatic plants: a widespread and diverse plant-microbe association.
VV Scholz, BC Martin, R Meyer, A Schramm, MW Fraser, LP Nielsen, ...
The New Phytologist 232 (5), 2138-2151, 2021
102021
Phosphate fertiliser alters carboxylates and bacterial communities in sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.) rhizosheaths
D Minemba, BC Martin, MH Ryan, EJ Veneklaas, DB Gleeson
Plant and Soil 454 (1), 245-260, 2020
42020
Soil microbes of an urban remnant riparian zone have greater potential for N removal than a degraded riparian zone
JA Middleton, LL de Sosa, BC Martin, DL Jones, DB Gleeson
Environmental Microbiology 22 (8), 3302-3314, 2020
42020
Microbiomes of Western Australian marine environments
C Phels, R Bernasconi, M Danks, JM Gasol, AJM Hopkins, J Jones, ...
Royal Society of Western Australia, 2018
12018
Composition of seagrass root associated bacterial communities are linked to nutrients and heavy metal concentrations in an anthropogenically influenced estuary
BC Martin, JA Middleton, G Skrzypek, GA Kendrick, J Cosgrove, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 768864, 2022
2022
Natural attenuation of legacy hydrocarbon spills in pristine soils is feasible despite difficult environmental conditions in the monsoon tropics
DB Gleeson, BC Martin, T Lardner, AS Ball, K Grice, AI Holman, A Trolove, ...
Science of the Total Environment 799, 149335, 2021
2021
The seagrass root microbiome: Micro-scale solutions for macro-scale resolutions
BC Martin
2019
Leaf it up to the microbes?
J Middleton, BC Martin, D Gleeson, P Grierson, L Beesley
European Society of Freshwater Science: 11th Symposium, 2019
2019
FISHing for cable bacteria in oxic-anoxic microsites of seagrass roots
BC Martin, J Bougoure, T Colmer, W Bennett, M Ryan, Y Olsen, ...
24th Biennial CERF Conference, 2017
2017
Belinda C. Martin1, 2, 3*, Jen A. Middleton1, 3, Grzegorz Skrzypek1, Gary A. Kendrick1, 2, Jeff Cosgrove4 and Matthew W. Fraser1, 2
AW Larkum, S Cheung, P Cook, BC Martin, BC Martin, JA Middleton
Low molecular weight organic anions (carboxylates) increase microbial activity and alter microbial community composition in uncontaminated and diesel contaminated soil
BC Martin, SJ George, CA Price, E Shahsavari, AS Ball, M Tibbett, ...
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