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Acquisition of phosphorus and other poorly mobile nutrients by roots. Where do plant nutrition models fail?

Background In the context of increasing global food demand, ecological intensification of agroecosystems is required to increase nutrient use efficiency in plants while decreasing fertilizer inputs. Better exploration and exploitation of soil resources is a major issue for phosphorus, given that roc... Full description

Journal Title: Plant and soil 2011, Vol.348 (1/2), p.29-61
Main Author: Hinsinger, Philippe
Other Authors: Brauman, Alain , Devau, Nicolas , Gérard, Frédéric , Jourdan, Christophe , Laclau, Jean-Paul , Le Cadre, Edith , Jaillard, Benoît , Plassard, Claude
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title: Acquisition of phosphorus and other poorly mobile nutrients by roots. Where do plant nutrition models fail?
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  • Brauman, Alain
  • Devau, Nicolas
  • Gérard, Frédéric
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  • Le Cadre, Edith
  • Jaillard, Benoît
  • Plassard, Claude
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  • Acid soils
  • Agricultural research
  • Agricultural soils
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  • agroécologie
  • Agroécosystème
  • aims
  • aos
  • biodiversité
  • Biologie du sol
  • Biomedical and Life Sciences
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  • c_1972
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  • ecological intensification
  • Ecology
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  • Fertilizers
  • Food
  • Food plants
  • Forest soils
  • Health aspects
  • http
  • Intensification
  • intensification écologique
  • Life Sciences
  • MARSCHNER REVIEW
  • Micro
  • microorganism
  • microorganisme
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  • Nutrient uptake
  • Nutrients
  • Nutrition
  • Nutritional aspects
  • Ores
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  • Phosphate
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  • Phosphorus in the body
  • Physiologie de la nutrition
  • Physiologie végétale
  • Plant biology
  • Plant breeding
  • Plant nutrition
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  • Plant roots
  • Plant Sciences
  • Plant-soil relationships
  • Plante de culture
  • Plants
  • potassium
  • Relation plante sol
  • Reviews
  • Rhizosphere
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  • Roots
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  • soil
  • Soil biochemistry
  • Soil fertility
  • Soil microorganisms
  • Soil nutrients
  • Soil plant interactions
  • Soil Science & Conservation
  • sol
  • symbiose
  • symbiosis
  • Vegetal Biology
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description: Background In the context of increasing global food demand, ecological intensification of agroecosystems is required to increase nutrient use efficiency in plants while decreasing fertilizer inputs. Better exploration and exploitation of soil resources is a major issue for phosphorus, given that rock phosphate ores are finite resources, which are going to be exhausted in decades from now on. Scope We review the processes governing the acquisition by plants of poorly mobile nutrients in soils, with a particular focus on processes at the root–soil interface. Rhizosphere processes are poorly accounted for in most plant nutrition models. This lack largely explains why present-day models fail at predicting the actual uptake of poorly mobile nutrients such as phosphorus under low input conditions. A first section is dedicated to biophysical processes and the spatial/temporal development of the rhizosphere. A second section concentrates on biochemical/biogeochemical processes, while a third section addresses biological/ecological processes operating in the rhizosphere. Conclusions New routes for improving soil nutrient efficiency are addressed, with a particular focus on breeding and ecological engineering options. Better mimicking natural ecosystems and exploiting plant diversity appears as an appealing way forward, on this long and winding road towards ecological intensification of agroecosystems.
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