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Nishanta Rajakaruna
Nishanta Rajakaruna
Professor of Plant Biology, Biological Sciences, California Polytechnic State University
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Transfer of heavy metals through terrestrial food webs: a review
JE Gall, RS Boyd, N Rajakaruna
Environmental monitoring and assessment 187, 1-21, 2015
8202015
The edaphic factor
N Rajakaruna, RS Boyd
The Encyclopedia of Ecology 2, 1201-1207, 2008
319*2008
Antimicrobial activity of plants collected from serpentine outcrops in Sri Lanka
N Rajakaruna, CS Harris, GHN Towers
Pharmaceutical Biology 40 (3), 235-244, 2002
3152002
Serpentine: the evolution and ecology of a model system
Univ of California Press, 2011
230*2011
Heavy metal-induced oxidative stress on seed germination and seedling development: a critical review
M Seneviratne, N Rajakaruna, M Rizwan, H Madawala, YS Ok, ...
Environmental geochemistry and health 41, 1813-1831, 2019
2142019
Immobilization and phytotoxicity reduction of heavy metals in serpentine soil using biochar
I Herath, P Kumarathilaka, A Navaratne, N Rajakaruna, M Vithanage
Journal of Soils and Sediments 15, 126-138, 2015
1802015
Ultramafic geoecology of south and Southeast Asia
ML Galey, A van Der Ent, MCM Iqbal, N Rajakaruna
Botanical Studies 58, 1-28, 2017
1202017
Intraspecific variation, adaptation, and evolution
REODN Rajakaruna
Serpentine: evolution and ecology in a model system. University of …, 2011
1192011
Lessons on evolution from the study of edaphic specialization
N Rajakaruna
The Botanical Review 84, 39-78, 2018
1112018
Role of woody biochar and fungal-bacterial co-inoculation on soil enzyme activity and heavy metal immobilization in serpentine soil
T Bandara, I Herath, P Kumarathilaka, M Seneviratne, G Seneviratne, ...
Journal of Soils and Sediments, 2015
107*2015
The Physiology, Functional Genomics, and Applied Ecology of Heavy Metal-Tolerant Brassicaceae
JE Gall, N Rajakaruna
Brassicaceae: Characterization, Functional Genomics and Health Benefits (ed …, 2013
1072013
The edaphic factor and patterns of variation in Lasthenia californica (Asteraceae)
N Rajakaruna, BA Bohm
American Journal of Botany 86 (11), 1576-1596, 1999
991999
Differential responses to Na+/K+ and Ca2+/Mg2+ in two edaphic races of the Lasthenia californica (Asteraceae) complex: A case for parallel evolution of …
N Rajakaruna, MY Siddiqi, J Whitton, BA Bohm, ADM Glass
New phytologist 157 (1), 93-103, 2003
962003
Serpentine geoecology of eastern North America: a review
N Rajakaruna, TB Harris, EB Alexander
Rhodora 111 (945), 21-108, 2009
952009
Metal release from serpentine soils in Sri Lanka
M Vithanage, AU Rajapaksha, C Oze, N Rajakaruna, CB Dissanayake
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 186, 3415-3429, 2014
922014
Phytoremediation of Agricultural Soils: Using plants to clean metal-contaminated arable lands
S Neilson, N Rajakaruna
Phytoremediation: Management of Environmental Contaminants (Eds. A. A …, 2014
912014
Phytoremediation: an affordable green technology for the clean-up of metal-contaminated sites in Sri Lanka
N Rajakaruna, KM Tompkins, PG Pavicevic
Ceylon Journal of Science 35 (1), 25, 2006
892006
Edaphic races and phylogenetic taxa in the Lasthenia californica complex (Asteraceae: Heliantheae): an hypothesis of parallel evolution
N Rajakaruna, BG Baldwin, R Chan, AM Desrochers, BA Bohm, J Whitton
Molecular Ecology 12 (6), 1675-1679, 2003
812003
Serpentine and its vegetation: a preliminary study from Sri Lanka
N Rajakaruna, BA Bohm
Journal of Applied Botany 76 (1/2), 20-28, 2002
702002
Adaptive Differentiation in Response to Water Stress by Edaphic Races of Lasthenia californica (Asteraceae)
N Rajakaruna, GE Bradfield, BA Bohm, J Whitton
International Journal of Plant Sciences 164 (3), 371-376, 2003
662003
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