Hamed Azarbad
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Microbial community composition and functions are resilient to metal pollution along two forest soil gradients
H Azarbad, M Niklińska, R Laskowski, NM van Straalen, CAM van Gestel, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 91 (1), 1-11, 2015
Microbial community structure and functioning along metal pollution gradients
H Azarbad, M Niklińska, CAM van Gestel, NM van Straalen, WFM Röling, ...
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 32 (9), 1992-2002, 2013
Resilience of soil microbial communities to metals and additional stressors: DNA-based approaches for assessing “stress-on-stress” responses
H Azarbad, CAM Van Gestel, M Niklińska, R Laskowski, WFM Röling, ...
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 17 (6), 933, 2016
Water stress history and wheat genotype modulate rhizosphere microbial response to drought
H Azarbad, P Constant, C Giard-Laliberté, LD Bainard, E Yergeau
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 126, 228-236, 2018
Four decades of soil water stress history together with host genotype constrain the response of the wheat microbiome to soil moisture
H Azarbad, J Tremblay, C Giard-Laliberte, LD Bainard, E Yergeau
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 96 (7), fiaa098, 2020
Functional diversity of soil microbial communities under Scots pine, Norway spruce, silver birch and mixed boreal forests
M Chodak, B Klimek, H Azarbad, M Jaźwa
Pedobiologia 58 (2-3), 81-88, 2015
Biosorption and bioaccumulation of heavy metals by rock oyster Saccostrea cucullata in the Persian Gulf
H Azarbad, AJ Khoi, A Mirvaghefi, A Danekar, M Shapoori
International aquatic research 2 (1), 61, 2010
Functional and compositional responses in soil microbial communities along two metal pollution gradients: does the level of historical pollution affect resistance against …
H Azarbad, M Niklińska, K Nikiel, NM van Straalen, WFM Röling
Biology and Fertility of Soils 51, 879-890, 2015
Susceptibility to additional stressors in metal-tolerant soil microbial communities from two pollution gradients
H Azarbad, NM van Straalen, R Laskowski, K Nikiel, WFM Röling, ...
Applied soil ecology 98, 233-242, 2016
Conventional vs. Organic Agriculture–Which One Promotes Better Yields and Microbial Resilience in Rapidly Changing Climates?
H Azarbad
Frontiers in Microbiology, 2022
Relative and Quantitative Rhizosphere Microbiome Profiling Results in Distinct Abundance Patterns
H Azarbad, J Tremblay, LD Bainard, E Yergeau
Frontiers in Microbiology, 2022
A drying-Rewetting cycle imposes more important shifts on soil microbial communities than does reduced precipitation
XB Wang, H Azarbad, L Leclerc, J Dozois, E Mukula, É Yergeau
Msystems 7 (4), e00247-22, 2022
The response of wheat and its microbiome to contemporary and historical water stress in a field experiment
H Azarbad, LD Bainard, A Agoussar, J Tremblay, E Yergeau
ISME Communications 2 (1), 1-9, 2022
Soil physicochemical and microbial drivers of temperature sensitivity of soil organic matter decomposition under boreal forests
B Klimek, M Chodak, M Jaźwa, H Azarbad, M Niklińska
Pedosphere 30 (4), 528-534, 2020
A water stress-adapted inoculum affects rhizosphere fungi, but not bacteria nor wheat
C Giard-Laliberté, H Azarbad, J Tremblay, L Bainard, É Yergeau
FEMS microbiology ecology 95 (7), fiz080, 2019
The resistance of the wheat microbial community to water stress is more influenced by plant compartment than reduced water availability
A Agoussar, H Azarbad, J Tremblay, É Yergeau
FEMS microbiology ecology 97 (12), fiab149, 2021
Metatranscriptomic response of the wheat holobiont to decreasing soil water content
PM Pande, H Azarbad, J Tremblay, M St-Arnaud, E Yergeau
ISME communications 3 (1), 30, 2023
Early season soil microbiome best predicts wheat grain quality
NI Asad, XB Wang, J Dozois, H Azarbad, P Constant, E Yergeau
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 99 (1), fiac144, 2023
Rock oyster (Sacostrea cucullata) is able to absorb heavy metals? Case study: cadmium and copper absorption in forests Mangrove
H Azarbad, A Javanshir Khoei, A Mirvaghefi, A Danehkar
Journal of Natural Environment 64 (2), 113-123, 2011
Intermittent water stress favors microbial traits that better help wheat under drought
RL Schmidt, H Azarbad, L Bainard, J Tremblay, E Yergeau
ISME communications 4 (1), 2024
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