Ken E. Giller
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Toxicity of heavy metals to microorganisms and microbial processes in agricultural soils: a review
KE Giller, E Witter, SP Mcgrath
Soil biology and biochemistry 30 (10-11), 1389-1414, 1998
21841998
Conservation agriculture and smallholder farming in Africa: the heretics’ view
KE Giller, E Witter, M Corbeels, P Tittonell
Field crops research 114 (1), 23-34, 2009
14772009
Nitrogen fixation in tropical cropping systems
KE Giller
Cabi, 2001
11772001
Organic inputs for soil fertility management in tropical agroecosystems: application of an organic resource database
CA Palm, CN Gachengo, RJ Delve, G Cadisch, KE Giller
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 83 (1-2), 27-42, 2001
9142001
Agricultural intensification, soil biodiversity and agroecosystem function
KE Giller, MH Beare, P Lavelle, AMN Izac, MJ Swift
Applied soil ecology 6 (1), 3-16, 1997
9021997
When yield gaps are poverty traps: The paradigm of ecological intensification in African smallholder agriculture
P Tittonell, KE Giller
Field Crops Research 143, 76-90, 2013
8262013
The effect of long-term irrigation using wastewater on heavy metal contents of soils under vegetables in Harare, Zimbabwe
F Mapanda, EN Mangwayana, J Nyamangara, KE Giller
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 107 (2-3), 151-165, 2005
8252005
Interactions between Aboveground and Belowground Biodiversity in Terrestrial Ecosystems: Patterns, Mechanisms, and Feedbacks: We assess the evidence for correlation between …
DU Hooper, DE Bignell, VK Brown, L Brussard, JM Dangerfield, DH Wall, ...
Bioscience 50 (12), 1049-1061, 2000
7132000
Nitrogen fixation in tropical cropping systems.
KE Giller, KJ Wilson
Nitrogen fixation in tropical cropping systems., 1991
6881991
Long-term effects of metals in sewage sludge on soils, microorganisms and plants
SP McGrath, AM Chaudri, KE Giller
Journal of industrial microbiology 14 (2), 94-104, 1995
6351995
Future benefits from biological nitrogen fixation: an ecological approach to agriculture
KE Giller, G Cadisch
Management of biological nitrogen fixation for the development of more …, 1995
6001995
Integrated soil fertility management: operational definition and consequences for implementation and dissemination
B Vanlauwe, A Bationo, J Chianu, KE Giller, R Merckx, U Mokwunye, ...
Outlook on agriculture 39 (1), 17-24, 2010
5992010
Atmospheric nitrogen deposition in world biodiversity hotspots: the need for a greater global perspective in assessing N deposition impacts
GK Phoenix, WK Hicks, S Cinderby, JCI Kuylenstierna, WD Stock, ...
Global Change Biology 12 (3), 470-476, 2006
5602006
Measuring plant-associated nitrogen fixation in agricultural systems.
M Unkovich, D Herridge, M Peoples, G Cadisch, B Boddey, K Giller, ...
Measuring plant-associated nitrogen fixation in agricultural systems., 2008
5212008
Driven by natureplant litter quality and decomposition
G Cadisch, KE Giller
CABI publishing series, 1997
4951997
Popular myths around soil fertility management in sub-Saharan Africa
B Vanlauwe, KE Giller
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 116 (1-2), 34-46, 2006
4502006
Genetically engineered crops: experiences and prospects
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
National Academies Press, 2016
4492016
Communicating complexity: integrated assessment of trade-offs concerning soil fertility management within African farming systems to support innovation and development
KE Giller, P Tittonell, MC Rufino, MT Van Wijk, S Zingore, P Mapfumo, ...
Agricultural systems 104 (2), 191-203, 2011
4482011
Residual soil phosphorus as the missing piece in the global phosphorus crisis puzzle
SZ Sattari, AF Bouwman, KE Giller, MK van Ittersum
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (16), 6348-6353, 2012
4362012
Long-term impact of reduced tillage and residue management on soil carbon stabilization: Implications for conservation agriculture on contrasting soils
PP Chivenge, HK Murwira, KE Giller, P Mapfumo, J Six
Soil and Tillage Research 94 (2), 328-337, 2007
4262007
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