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TitleTypeIssue Date
Adaptive heavy metal tolerance in the ectomycorrhizal fungi Suillus bovinus and Suillus luteus
Theses and Dissertations2005
A zinc-adapted fungus protects pines from zinc stress
NEW PHYTOLOGIST, 161(2). p. 549-555
Journal Contribution2004
A zinc and cadmium tolerant population of the ectomycorrhizal fungus {N:Suillus luteus}
Proceedings of the COST Meeting: Arbuscular Mycorrhiza in Plant Health and Revegetation and Restoration Processes. p. 58-59.
Proceedings Paper2000
Contrasting colonization and plant growth promoting capacity between wild type and a gfp-derative of the endophyte Pseudomonas putida W619 in hybrid poplar
PLANT AND SOIL, Online First
Journal Contribution2012
Copper-adapted Suillus luteus, a symbiotic solution for pines colonizing Cu mine spoils
APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, 71(11). p. 7279-7284
Journal Contribution2005
Element profiles and growth in Zn-sensitive and Zn-resistant Suilloid fungi
MYCORRHIZA, 15(8). p. 628-634
Journal Contribution2005
Energy maize for phytoremediation of metal-enriched soils and production of energy; Case: the Campine region, Belgium
AGSAP conference, Integrated assessment of agriculture and sustainable development, setting the agenda for science and policy, p.396-397
Proceedings Paper2009
Evolutionary adaptation to Zn toxicity in populations of Suilloid fungi
NEW PHYTOLOGIST, 162(2). p. 549-559
Journal Contribution2004
External benefit of phytoremediation: The marginal effect of potential CO2 abatement on the price of biomass.
International Phytotechnologies Conference, Parma, Italie, 26-29 September 2010
Conference Material2010
Genetic variation and heavy metal tolerance in the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Suillus luteus
NEW PHYTOLOGIST, 147(2). p. 367-379
Journal Contribution2000
How can plants help us to remediate soils and create green energy?
Young Botanists’ Day, Flora and vegetation of Belgium and neighbouring regions, 2nd circular, Brussels-Belgium, 21 November 2008
Conference Material2008
How metal-tolerant ecotypes of ectomycorrhizal fungi protect plants from heavy metal pollution.
ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE, 68(1). p. 17-24
Journal Contribution2011
Long-term sustainability of metal immobilization by soil amendments: Cyclonic ashes versus lime addition
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 158(5). p. 1428-1434
Journal Contribution2010
Marginal effect of heavy metals on the use of biomass from phytoremediation for energy: interpreting the labyrinth of European and Belgian legislation
contaminated site management in Europe (CSME), Ghent, Belgium, 19-21 June 2010
Conference Material2011
Metal accumulation in plants with added economic value grown on metal contaminated soils: sustainable use of these soils for bio-energy production and possibilities for phytoextraction
10th international conference on the biogeochemistry of trace elements (ICOBTE), Chihuahua, Mexico, 13-18 July 2009
Conference Material2009
Phytoremediation of a heavy metal contaminated agricultural area combined with energy production. Multifunctional use of energy maize, rapeseed and Short Rotation Crops in the Campine (BE)
Schaft, F. & Balmann, A. (Ed.) Proceeding of the Third Green Week Scientific Conference. p. 200-208.
Proceedings Paper2009
Phytoremediation of contaminated soils and groundwater: lessons from the field
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH, 16(7). p. 765-794
Journal Contribution2009
Safe use of metal-contaminated agricultural land by cultivation of energy maize (Zea mays)
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 178, p. 375-380
Journal Contribution2013
Short rotation coppice culture of willows and poplars as energy crops on metal contaminated agricultural soils
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHYTOREMEDIATION, 13(1), p. 194-207
Journal Contribution2011
Short Rotation Coppice for Phytoremediation of a Metal-Contaminated Agricultural Area: A Sustainability Assessment
BioEnergy Research, 2(3), p. 144-152
Journal Contribution2009
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