2022 - Research.com Rising Star of Science Award
His primary scientific interests are in Hyperaccumulator, Botany, Phytoremediation, Phloem and Nickel. Antony van der Ent undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Hyperaccumulator and Trace in his work. His Botany research incorporates themes from Sample preparation, Biological system and Cadmium.
His Phytoremediation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biomass and Soil pH. His study in Phloem is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Phyllanthus and Plant physiology. His research integrates issues of Cobalt, Shoot and Ultramafic rock in his study of Metallophyte.
His main research concerns Hyperaccumulator, Botany, Soil water, Ultramafic rock and Nickel. His research on Hyperaccumulator concerns the broader Phytoremediation. His Herbarium, Violaceae, Taxon and Rubiaceae study, which is part of a larger body of work in Botany, is frequently linked to Rhizosphere, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His studies deal with areas such as Environmental chemistry and Agronomy as well as Soil water. Antony van der Ent has included themes like Ecology, Flora, Biogeochemistry, Soil classification and Laterite in his Ultramafic rock study. In his research, Metallophyte and Manganese is intimately related to Cobalt, which falls under the overarching field of Nickel.
Antony van der Ent mainly investigates Hyperaccumulator, Botany, Phloem, Nickel and Plant physiology. His Hyperaccumulator study improves the overall literature in Soil water. His work on Herbarium, Violaceae, Rubiaceae and Phyllanthaceae as part of general Botany study is frequently linked to Rhizosphere, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Phloem research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Speciation, Zinc, Trace element, Palisade cell and Trichome. The concepts of his Nickel study are interwoven with issues in Brassicaceae, Agronomy, Seedling, Phytoremediation and Ultramafic rock. His Plant physiology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Rhizotron, Foraging and Germination.
Antony van der Ent mainly focuses on Hyperaccumulator, Botany, Violaceae, Phloem and Epidermis. His Hyperaccumulator research includes elements of Rinorea and Nickel. His Nickel research focuses on Ultramafic rock and how it relates to Soil water.
Antony van der Ent merges Botany with Rhizosphere in his study. Antony van der Ent has researched Violaceae in several fields, including Cunoniaceae, Flora, Herbarium and Phyllanthaceae. His work in Phytoremediation addresses issues such as Metalloid, which are connected to fields such as Cadmium.
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Hyperaccumulators of metal and metalloid trace elements: Facts and fiction
Antony van der Ent;Alan J. M. Baker;Roger D. Reeves;A. Joseph Pollard.
Plant and Soil (2013)
A global database for plants that hyperaccumulate metal and metalloid trace elements.
Roger D. Reeves;Alan J. M. Baker;Alan J. M. Baker;Alan J. M. Baker;Tanguy Jaffré;Peter D. Erskine.
New Phytologist (2018)
Agromining: farming for metals in the future?
Antony van der Ent;Antony van der Ent;Alan J. M. Baker;Alan J. M. Baker;Alan J. M. Baker;Roger D. Reeves;Rufus L. Chaney.
Environmental Science & Technology (2015)
Metallophytes: the unique biological resource, its ecology and conservational status in Europe, central Africa and Latin America
Alan J. M. Baker;Wilfried H. O. Ernst;Antony van der Ent;Francoise Malaisse.
Ecology of industrial pollution (2010)
Copper and cobalt accumulation in plants: a critical assessment of the current state of knowledge
Bastien Lange;Antony van der Ent;Antony van der Ent;Alan John Martin Baker;Alan John Martin Baker;Alan John Martin Baker;Guillaume Echevarria.
New Phytologist (2017)
Current status and challenges in developing nickel phytomining: an agronomic perspective
Philip Nti Nkrumah;Alan J. M. Baker;Alan J. M. Baker;Alan J. M. Baker;Rufus L. Chaney;Peter D. Erskine.
Plant and Soil (2016)
Ecology of nickel hyperaccumulator plants from ultramafic soils in Sabah (Malaysia)
Antony van der Ent;Peter Erskine;Sukaibin Sumail.
Hyperaccumulator Plants from China: A Synthesis of the Current State of Knowledge.
Jin-Tian Li;Hanumanth Kumar Gurajala;Longhua Wu;Antony van der Ent;Antony van der Ent.
Environmental Science & Technology (2018)
Nickel biopathways in tropical nickel hyperaccumulating trees from Sabah (Malaysia)
Antony van der Ent;Antony van der Ent;Damien L. Callahan;Barry N. Noller;Jolanta Mesjasz-Przybylowicz.
Scientific Reports (2017)
X-ray elemental mapping techniques for elucidating the ecophysiology of hyperaccumulator plants
Antony van der Ent;Antony van der Ent;Wojciech J. Przybyłowicz;Wojciech J. Przybyłowicz;Martin D. de Jonge;Hugh H. Harris.
New Phytologist (2018)
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