(Co) Author: Guelke, M.
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Fe isotope fractionation caused by translocation of iron during growth of bean and oat as models of strategy I and II plants. Plant and Soil, 352, 1-2, 217-231.
Unconventional matrices prevent novel isotopes turning traditional. Mineralogical Magazine, 75, 3, 2101.| EDOC: 18694 | (2011):
Determining the stable Fe isotope signature of plant-available iron in soils. Chemical Geology, 277, 3-4, 269-280.
Fractionation of Metal Stable Isotopes by Higher Plants. Elements, 5, 6, 375-380.
Fractionation of Stable Iron Isotopes in Higher Plants. Environmental Science & Technology, 41, 6, 1896-1901.