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PUBLICATIONS

Frew, A., Price, J.N. (2019) Mycorrhizal-mediated plant-herbivore interactions in a high CO₂ world, Functional Ecology, Vol. 33, 1376-1385

Frew, A., Weston, L.A., Gurr, G.M. (2019) Silicon reduces herbivore performance via different mechanisms, depending on host-plant speciesAustral Ecology, Vol. 44, 1092-1097

Frew, A., Powell, J.R., Glauser, G., Bennett, A.E., Johnson, S.N. (2018) Mycorrhizal fungi enhance nutrient uptake but disarm defences in plant roots, promoting plant-parasitic nematode populationsSoil Biology and Biochemistry, Vol. 126, 123-132

Johnson, S.N., Ryalls, J.M.W., Gherlenda, A.G., Frew, A., Hartley, S.E. (2018) Benefits from below: Silicon supplementation maintains legume productivity under predicted climate change scenariosFrontiers in Plant Science, doi:10.3389/fpls.2018.00202

Johnson, S.N., Lopaticki, G., Aslam, T.J., Barnett, K., Frew, A., Hartley, S.E., Hiltopld, I., Nielsen, U.N., Ryalls, J.M.W. (2018) Dryland management regimes alter forest habitats and understory arthropod communitiesAnnals of Applied Biology, Vol. 172, 282-294

Frew, A., Weston, L.A., Reynolds, O.L., Gurr, G.M. (2018) The role of silicon in plant biology: A paradigm shift in research approachAnnals of Botany, Vol. 121, 1265-1273

Frew, A., Powell, J.R., Allsopp, P.G., Sallam, N., Johnson, S.N. (2017) Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi promote silicon accumulation in plant roots, reducing the impacts of root herbivoryPlant and Soil, Vol. 419, 423-433

Frew, A., Powell, J.R., Hiltpold, I., Allsopp, P.G., Sallam, N., Johnson, S.N. (2017) Host plant colonisation by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi stimulates immune function whereas high root silicon concentrations diminish growth in a soil-dwelling herbivoreSoil Biology and Biochemistry, Vol. 112, 117-126

Johnson, S.N., Hartley, S.E., Ryalls, J.M.W., Frew, A., DeGabriel J.L., Duncan, M., Gherlenda, A.N. (2017) Silicon-induced root nodulation and synthesis of essential amino acids in a legume is associated with higher herbivore abundanceFunctional Ecology, Vol.31, 1903-1909

Frew, A., Allsopp, P.G., Gherlenda, A.G., Johnson, S.N. (2017) Increased root herbivory under elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations is reversed by silicon-based plant defencesJournal of Applied Ecology, Vol.54, 1310-1319               

Johnson, S.N., Benefer, C.M., Frew, A., Griffiths, B.S., Hartley, S.E., Karley, A.J., Rasmann, S., Schumann, M., Sonnemann. I, Robert, C.A.M. (2016) New frontiers in belowground ecology for plant protection from root-feeding insectsApplied Soil Ecology, Vol.108, 96-107

Frew, A., Powell, J.R., Sallam, N., Allsopp, P.G., Johnson, S.N. (2016) Trade-offs between silicon and phenolic defenses may explain enhanced performance of root herbivores on phenolic-rich plants, Journal of Chemical Ecology, Vol. 42, 768-771

Frew, A., Barnett, K., Riegler, M., Nielsen, U.N., Johnson, S.N. (2016) Belowground ecology of scarabs feeding on grass roots: current knowledge and future directions for management in AustralasiaFrontiers in Plant Science, Vol.7, 321

Johnson, S.N., Gherlenda, A.N., Frew, A., Ryalls, J.M.W. (2016) 'The importance of testing multiple environmental factors in legume-insect research: Replication, reviewers and rebuttalFrontiers in Plant Science, Vol. 7, P89

Frew, A., Nielsen, U.N., Riegler, M., Johnson, S.N. (2013) Do eucalypt plantation management practices create understory reserviors of scarab beetle pests in the soil?Forest Ecology and Management, Vol.306,  275-280