James J. Germida
James J. Germida
Professor Emeritus, Soil Science, University of Saskatchewan
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Phosphate-solubilizing rhizobacteria enhance the growth and yield but not phosphorus uptake of canola (Brassica napus L.)
JR De Freitas, MR Banerjee, JJ Germida
Biology and Fertility of soils 24, 358-364, 1997
Distribution of microbial biomass and its activity in different soil aggregate size classes as affected by cultivation
V Gupta, JJ Germida
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 20 (6), 777-786, 1988
Diversity of root-associated bacteria associated with field-grown canola (Brassica napus L.) and wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
JJ Germida, SD Siciliano, J Renato de Freitas, AM Seib
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 26 (1), 43-50, 1998
Changes in microbial community composition and function during a polyaromatic hydrocarbon phytoremediation field trial
SD Siciliano, JJ Germida, K Banks, CW Greer
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69 (1), 483-489, 2003
Assessment of phytoremediation as an in-situ technique for cleaning oil-contaminated sites
CM Frick, JJ Germida, RE Farrell
technical seminar on chemical spills, 105a-124a, 1999
No-till soil management increases microbial biomass and alters community profiles in soil aggregates
BL Helgason, FL Walley, JJ Germida
Applied Soil Ecology 46 (3), 390-397, 2010
Mechanisms of phytoremediation: biochemical and ecological interactions between plants and bacteria
SD Siciliano, JJ Germida
Environmental reviews 6 (1), 65-79, 1998
Taxonomic diversity of bacteria associated with the roots of modern, recent and ancient wheat cultivars
J Germida, S Siciliano
Biology and Fertility of Soils 33, 410-415, 2001
Impact of genetically modified crops on soil‐and plant‐associated microbial communities
KE Dunfield, JJ Germida
Journal of environmental quality 33 (3), 806-815, 2004
Soil aggregation: Influence on microbial biomass and implications for biological processes
VVSR Gupta, JJ Germida
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 80, A3-A9, 2015
Seasonal Changes in the Rhizosphere Microbial Communities Associated with Field-Grown Genetically Modified Canola (Brassica napus)
KE Dunfield, JJ Germida
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69 (12), 7310-7318, 2003
Factors affecting the oxidation of elemental sulfur in soils
JJ Germida, HH Janzen
Fertilizer research 35, 101-114, 1993
Fungal and bacterial abundance in long‐term no‐till and intensive‐till soils of the Northern Great Plains
BL Helgason, FL Walley, JJ Germida
Soil Science Society of America Journal 73 (1), 120-127, 2009
Taxonomic diversity of bacteria associated with the roots of field-grown transgenic Brassica napus cv. Quest, compared to the non-transgenic B. napus cv. Excel and B. rapa cv …
SD Siciliano, JJ Germida
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 29 (3), 263-272, 1999
Growth promotion of winter wheat by fluorescent pseudomonads under field conditions
JR De Freitas, JJ Germida
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 24 (11), 1137-1146, 1992
Rethinking crop nutrition in times of modern microbiology: innovative biofertilizer technologies
EK Mitter, M Tosi, D Obregón, KE Dunfield, JJ Germida
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 5, 606815, 2021
The arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis links N mineralization to plant demand
A Atul-Nayyar, C Hamel, K Hanson, J Germida
Mycorrhiza 19, 239-246, 2009
Differences in the microbial communities associated with the roots of different cultivars of canola and wheat
SD Siciliano, CM Theoret, JR De Freitas, PJ Hucl, JJ Germida
Canadian Journal of Microbiology 44 (9), 844-851, 1998
Phytoremediation of organic contaminants in soil and groundwater
TG Reichenauer, JJ Germida
ChemSusChem: Chemistry & Sustainability Energy & Materials 1 (8‐9), 708-717, 2008
Fungal endophytes improve wheat seed germination under heat and drought stress
M Hubbard, J Germida, V Vujanovic
Botany 90 (2), 137-149, 2012
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