2015 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His primary areas of investigation include Biochemistry, Botany, Arabidopsis, Ion transporter and Transporter. His Biochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Homeostasis and Plant physiology. His work in Homeostasis covers topics such as Expression cloning which are related to areas like Enzyme.
His work deals with themes such as Salinity and Animal science, which intersect with Botany. His Arabidopsis study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Reactive oxygen species, Cell biology, Chromosomal translocation and Root hair. His research in Ion transporter tackles topics such as Complementary DNA which are related to areas like Potassium channel.
Daniel P. Schachtman mostly deals with Botany, Biochemistry, Arabidopsis, Transporter and Agronomy. His Botany research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Symbiosis and Abscisic acid. His Biochemistry study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Function.
His Arabidopsis research includes themes of Arabidopsis thaliana, Signal transduction, Cell biology and Gene expression. His study in Transporter is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Amino acid and Transgene. His Agronomy research integrates issues from Agriculture and Rhizosphere.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Rhizosphere, Botany, Sorghum, Agronomy and Microbial population biology. His studies deal with areas such as Inoculation, Microbial inoculant, Host and Soil microbiology as well as Rhizosphere. Daniel P. Schachtman conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Botany and Operational taxonomic unit through his works.
His Sorghum research includes elements of Microbiome, Arthrobacter, Abiotic stress and Crop. His work on Hybrid as part of general Agronomy research is frequently linked to Unsaturated fatty acid, bridging the gap between disciplines. Daniel P. Schachtman works mostly in the field of Microbial population biology, limiting it down to concerns involving Soil water and, occasionally, Species richness and Nitrification.
Daniel P. Schachtman mainly investigates Rhizosphere, Agronomy, Botany, Sorghum and Metagenomics. Daniel P. Schachtman has researched Rhizosphere in several fields, including Andropogon, Bouteloua curtipendula and Microbial population biology. Daniel P. Schachtman combines subjects such as Agriculture, Chlorophyll and Genetic diversity with his study of Agronomy.
His work often combines Botany and Operational taxonomic unit studies. His Sorghum research incorporates elements of Crop, Growing season, Canopy, Vegetation and Biomass. His Metagenomics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Arid.
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Phosphorus Uptake by Plants: From Soil to Cell
Daniel P. Schachtman;Robert J. Reid;Sarah M. Ayling.
Plant Physiology (1998)
The auxin influx carrier LAX3 promotes lateral root emergence
Kamal Swarup;Eva Benková;Eva Benková;Ranjan Swarup;Ilda Casimiro.
Nature Cell Biology (2008)
Structure and transport mechanism of a high-affinity potassium uptake transporter from higher plants
Daniel P. Schachtman;Daniel P. Schachtman;Julian I. Schroeder.
Chemical root to shoot signaling under drought
Daniel P. Schachtman;Jason Q.D. Goodger.
Trends in Plant Science (2008)
Hydrogen peroxide mediates plant root cell response to nutrient deprivation.
Ryoung Shin;Daniel P. Schachtman.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2004)
Avenues for increasing salt tolerance of crops, and the role of physiologically based selection traits
Rana Munns;Shazia Husain;Anna Rita Rivelli;Richard A. James.
Plant and Soil (2002)
The significance of a two-phase growth response to salinity in wheat and barley
Rana Munns;DP Schachtman;AG Condon.
Australian Journal of Plant Physiology (1995)
Nutrient Sensing and Signaling: NPKS
Daniel P. Schachtman;Ryoung Shin.
Annual Review of Plant Biology (2007)
High-Affinity Auxin Transport by the AUX1 Influx Carrier Protein
Yaodong Yang;Ulrich Z. Hammes;Christopher G. Taylor;Daniel P. Schachtman.
Current Biology (2006)
Expression of an inward-rectifying potassium channel by the Arabidopsis KAT1 cDNA.
Daniel P. Schachtman;Julian I. Schroeder;William J. Lucas;Julie A. Anderson.
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