Dr. Mathimaran Natarajan
Dr. Mathimaran Natarajan
Other namesNatarajan Mathimaran, Mathimaran Natarajan, Mathimaran.N
Pondicherry University
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Mycorrhizal networks: common goods of plants shared under unequal terms of trade
F Walder, H Niemann, M Natarajan, MF Lehmann, T Boller, A Wiemken
Plant physiology 159 (2), 789-797, 2012
Improving crop yield and nutrient use efficiency via biofertilization—A global meta-analysis
L Schütz, A Gattinger, M Meier, A Müller, T Boller, P Mäder, N Mathimaran
Frontiers in plant science 8, 2204, 2018
Impact of agricultural management on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in Kenyan ferralsol
N Mathimaran, R Ruh, B Jama, L Verchot, E Frossard, J Jansa
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 119 (1-2), 22-32, 2007
Genetic diversity and host plant preferences revealed by simple sequence repeat and mitochondrial markers in a population of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus intraradices
D Croll, L Wille, HA Gamper, N Mathimaran, PJ Lammers, N Corradi, ...
New Phytologist 178 (3), 672-687, 2008
Glomus intraradices dominates arbuscular mycorrhizal communities in a heavy textured agricultural soil
N Mathimaran, R Ruh, P Vullioud, E Frossard, J Jansa
Mycorrhiza 16, 61-66, 2005
Deciphering the role of trehalose in tripartite symbiosis among rhizobia, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, and legumes for enhancing abiotic stress tolerance in crop plants
MP Sharma, M Grover, D Chourasiya, A Bharti, R Agnihotri, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 11, 509919, 2020
Finger millet growth and nutrient uptake is improved in intercropping with pigeon pea through “biofertilization” and “bioirrigation” mediated by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi …
K Saharan, L Schütz, A Kahmen, A Wiemken, T Boller, N Mathimaran
Frontiers in Environmental Science 6, 46, 2018
Microsatellites for disentangling underground networks: strain-specific identification of Glomus intraradices, an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus
N Mathimaran, L Falquet, K Ineichen, C Picard, D Redecker, T Boller, ...
Fungal Genetics and Biology 45 (6), 812-817, 2008
Deep-rooted pigeon pea promotes the water relations and survival of shallow-rooted finger millet during drought—Despite strong competitive interactions at ambient water …
D Singh, N Mathimaran, T Boller, A Kahmen
PLoS One 15 (2), e0228993, 2020
Arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis and drought tolerance in crop plants
N Mathimaran, MP Sharma, B Mohan Raju, DJ Bagyaraj
Mycosphere 8 (3), 361-376, 2017
Intercropping transplanted pigeon pea with finger millet: Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and plant growth promoting rhizobacteria boost yield while reducing fertilizer input
N Mathimaran, S Jegan, MN Thimmegowda, VR Prabavathy, P Yuvaraj, ...
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 4, 88, 2020
Non-target effects of bioinoculants on rhizospheric microbial communities of Cajanus cajan
R Gupta, N Mathimaran, A Wiemken, T Boller, VS Bisaria, S Sharma
Applied soil ecology 76, 26-33, 2014
Rate of hyphal spread of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi from pigeon pea to finger millet and their contribution to plant growth and nutrient uptake in experimental microcosms
L Schütz, K Saharan, P Mäder, T Boller, N Mathimaran
Applied Soil Ecology 169, 104156, 2022
Bioirrigation: a common mycorrhizal network facilitates the water transfer from deep-rooted pigeon pea to shallow-rooted finger millet under drought
D Singh, N Mathimaran, T Boller, A Kahmen
Plant and soil 440, 277-292, 2019
Genome sequences of two plant growth-promoting fluorescent Pseudomonas strains, R62 and R81
N Mathimaran, R Srivastava, A Wiemken, AK Sharma, T Boller
Journal of bacteriology 194 (12), 3272-3273, 2012
A study on intercropping of pigeonpea (cajanus cajan (L) Millsp.) with maize, sunflower and groundnut in Zimbabwe
M Natarajan, PL Mafongoya
Zimbabwe Journal of Agricultural Research 30 (2), 163-171, 1992
Unexpected vagaries of microsatellite loci in Glomus intraradices: length polymorphisms are rarely caused by variation in repeat number only
N Mathimaran, L Falquet, K Ineichen, C Picard, D Redecker, A Wiemken, ...
New phytologist, 568-570, 2008
Spatial Arrangement and Biofertilizers Enhance the Performance of Legume—Millet Intercropping System in Rainfed Areas of Southern India
D Singh, N Mathimaran, J Sekar, PV Ramalingam, Y Perisamy, K Raju, ...
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 5, 711284, 2021
Influence of spatial arrangement, biofertilizers and bioirrigation on the performance of legume–millet intercropping system in rainfed areas of southern India. BioRxiv. 2020: 1–50
D Singh, N Mathimaran, J Sekar, PV Ramalingam, Y Perisamy, K Raju, ...
Millet-based intercropping systems facilitated by beneficial microbes for climate-resilient, sustainable farming in tropics
N Mathimaran, D Singh, R Raj, TM Nanjundegowda, PV Ramalingam, ...
Orphan crops for sustainable food and nutrition security, 273-280, 2021
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