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Lea  Wiesel

Lea Wiesel


Ph.D. in Plant and Soil Sciences, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK, 2011

Current position

Knowledge Transfer Partnership Associate, The James Hutton Institute, Dundee, UK


  1. Wiesel, L., Dubchak, S., Turnau, K., Broadley, M. R. and White, P. J. (2014). Caesium inhibits the colonization of Medicago truncatula by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. J Environ Radioact 141C: 57-61.
  2. Wiesel, L., Daniell, T. J., King, D. and Neilson, R. (2015). Determination of the optimal soil sample size to accurately characterise nematode communities in soil. Soil Biol Biochem 80: 89-91.
  3. Wiesel, L., Newton, A. C., Elliott, I., Booty, D., Gilroy, E. M., Birch, P. R. and Hein, I. (2014). Molecular effects of resistance elicitors from biological origin and their potential for crop protection. Front Plant Sci 5: 655.
  4. Adu, M. O., Chatot, A., Wiesel, L., Bennett, M. J., Broadley, M. R., White, P. J. and Dupuy, L. X. (2014). A scanner system for high-resolution quantification of variation in root growth dynamics of Brassica rapa genotypes. J Exp Bot 65(8): 2039-2048.
  5. White, P. J., George, T. S., Dupuy, L. X., Karley, A. J., Valentine, T. A., Wiesel, L. and Wishart, J. (2013). Root traits for infertile soils. Front Plant Sci 4: 193.
  6. White, P. J., Wiesel, L. and Broadley, M. R. (2010). Cation channels and the uptake of radiocaesium by plants. In: Demidchik, V. and Maathuis, F. (eds). Ion Channels and Plant Stress Responses. Springer, 47-67.
Protocols by Lea Wiesel
  1. Scanner-based Time-lapse Root Phenotyping