Adam Frew
Adam Frew
Lecturer in Mycorrhizal Ecology, Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, Western Sydney University
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The role of silicon in plant biology: a paradigm shift in research approach
A Frew, LA Weston, OL Reynolds, GM Gurr
Annals of Botany 121 (7), 1265-1273, 2018
Trade-offs between silicon and phenolic defenses may explain enhanced performance of root herbivores on phenolic-rich plants
A Frew, JR Powell, N Sallam, PG Allsopp, SN Johnson
Journal of Chemical Ecology 42 (8), 768-771, 2016
Mycorrhizal fungi enhance nutrient uptake but disarm defences in plant roots, promoting plant-parasitic nematode populations
A Frew, JR Powell, G Glauser, AE Bennett, SN Johnson
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 126, 123-132, 2018
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi promote silicon accumulation in plant roots, reducing the impacts of root herbivory
A Frew, JR Powell, PG Allsopp, N Sallam, SN Johnson
Plant and Soil 419 (1-2), 423-433, 2017
Host plant colonisation by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi stimulates immune function whereas high root silicon concentrations diminish growth in a soil-dwelling herbivore
A Frew, JR Powell, I Hiltpold, PG Allsopp, N Sallam, SN Johnson
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 112, 117-126, 2017
New frontiers in belowground ecology for plant protection from root-feeding insects
SN Johnson, CM Benefer, A Frew, BS Griffiths, SE Hartley, AJ Karley, ...
Applied Soil Ecology 108, 96-107, 2016
Increased root herbivory under elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations is reversed by silicon‐based plant defences
A Frew, PG Allsopp, AN Gherlenda, SN Johnson
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (5), 1310-1319, 2017
Plant herbivore protection by arbuscular mycorrhizas: a role for fungal diversity?
A Frew, PM Antunes, DD Cameron, SE Hartley, SN Johnson, M Rillig, ...
New Phytologist 233, 1022-1031, 2022
Targeted plant defense: silicon conserves hormonal defense signaling impacting chewing but not fluid‐feeding herbivores
SN Johnson, SE Hartley, JMW Ryalls, A Frew, CR Hall
Ecology, e03250, 2021
Belowground ecology of scarabs feeding on grass roots: current knowledge and future directions for management in Australasia
A Frew, K Barnett, UN Nielsen, M Riegler, SN Johnson
Frontiers in Plant Science 7, 321, 2016
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal diversity increases growth and phosphorus uptake in C₃ and C₄ crop plants
A Frew
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 135, 248-250, 2019
Contrasting effects of commercial and native arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal inoculants on plant biomass allocation, nutrients and phenolics
A Frew
Plants, People, Planet 3 (5), 536-540, 2020
Silicon‐induced root nodulation and synthesis of essential amino acids in a legume is associated with higher herbivore abundance
SN Johnson, SE Hartley, JMW Ryalls, A Frew, JL DeGabriel, M Duncan, ...
Functional Ecology 31 (10), 1903-1909, 2017
Aboveground resource allocation in response to root herbivory as affected by the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis
A Frew, JR Powell, SN Johnson
Plant and Soil 447, 463-473, 2020
Benefits from Below: Silicon Supplementation Maintains Legume Productivity under Predicted Climate Change Scenarios
SN Johnson, JMW Ryalls, AN Gherlenda, A Frew, SE Hartley
Frontiers in Plant Science 9, 202, 2018
The importance of testing multiple environmental factors in legume–insect research: replication, reviewers, and rebuttal
SN Johnson, AN Gherlenda, A Frew, JMW Ryalls
Frontiers in Plant Science 7, 489, 2016
Different mycorrhizal fungal communities differentially affect plant phenolic-based resistance to insect herbivory
A Frew, BAL Wilson
Rhizosphere 19, 100365, 2021
Do eucalypt plantation management practices create understory reservoirs of scarab beetle pests in the soil?
A Frew, UN Nielsen, M Riegler, SN Johnson
Forest Ecology and Management 306, 275-280, 2013
Silicon reduces herbivore performance via different mechanisms, depending on host–plant species
A Frew, LA Weston, GM Gurr
Austral Ecology 44 (6), 1092-1097, 2019
Mycorrhizal-mediated plant-herbivore interactions in a high CO₂ world
A Frew, JN Price
Functional Ecology 33 (8), 1376-1385, 2019
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