NameGarcía López, Ana M.
DepartmentAgronomía
Knowledge areaProducción Vegetal
Professional categoryProfesora Ayudante Doctora
E-mailRequest
     
  • No. publications

    5

  • No. visits

    1436

  • No. downloads

    1156


 

Article
Icon

Assessing the phosphorus demand in European agricultural soils based on the Olsen method

Recena, Ramiro; García López, Ana M.; Quintero, Jose M.; Skyttä, Annaliina; Ylivainio, Kari; Santner, Jakob; Buenemann, Else; Delgado García, Antonio (Elsevier, 2022)
Overcoming the consequences of future scarcity of P is crucial to ensure agriculture sustainability. This requires decision-making ...
Article
Icon

The adsorbent capacity of growing media does not constrain myo-inositol hexakiphosphate hydrolysis but its use as a phosphorus source by plants

García López, Ana M.; Recena Garrido, Ramiro; Delgado García, Antonio (Springer, 2021)
Aims The hydrolysis of organic P in soils is a relevant aspect contributing to the supply P to plants, which is affected ...
PhD Thesis
Icon

Efecto de la fuente de fósforo y de la inoculación con diferentes microorganismos sobre la absorción de hierro y fósforo por las plantas

García López, Ana M.; Delgado García, Antonio (2017)
El fósforo (P) es un recurso no renovable y por ello es preciso una mayor eficiencia en el uso del P presente en el suelo ...
Article
Icon

Effect of Bacillus subtilis on phosphorus uptake by cucumber as affected by iron oxides and the solubility of the phosphorus source

García López, Ana M.; Delgado García, Antonio (Scientific Agricultural Society of Finland, 2016)
In this work, we examined the effects of Bacillus subtilis strain QST713 by assessing plant P uptake from variably P ...
Article
Icon

Plant uptake of phosphorus from sparingly available P- sources as affected by Trichoderma asperellum T34

García López, Ana M.; Avilés Guerrero, Manuel; Delgado García, Antonio (Scientific Agricultural Society of Finland. AFSci,, 2015)
The contribution of Trichoderma asperellum T34 to the plant uptake of phosphorus (P) from sparingly phytoavailable forms ...