Distinguished Professor of Plant Nutrition
Plant adaptation to nutrient and water stress. Global change. World hunger. Root biology.
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These publication tags are generated from the output of this researcher. Click any tag below to view other Huck researchers working on the same topic.Soil Phenotype Crops Water Corn Zea Mays Genotype Agriculture Nitrogen Drought Phosphorus Rice Branching Nutrients Lateral Roots Root Systems Breeding Water Stress Ideotypes Root Growth Costs And Cost Analysis Nitrates Growth Soil Resources Rooting
Most Recent Publications
The importance of dominance and genotype-by-environment interactions on grain yield variation in a large-scale public cooperative maize experiment.
J Holland, J Dunne, C Romay, M Bohn, E Buckler, I Ciampitti, J Edwards, D Ertl, S Flint-Garcia, M Gore, C Graham, C Hirsch, E Hood, D Hooker, J Knoll, E Lee, A Lorenz, J Lynch, G3 Genes, Genomes, Genetics
Large root cortical cells and reduced cortical cell files improve growth under suboptimal nitrogen in silico
Ivan Lopez-Valdivia, Xiyu Yang, Jonathan P. Lynch, 2023, Plant Physiology on p. 2261-2275
Jagdeep Singh Sidhu, Ishan Ajmera, Sankalp Arya, Jonathan P. Lynch, 2023, Plant, Cell and Environment on p. 1671-1690
Hannah M. Schneider, Vai S. Lor, Xia Zhang, Patompong Saengwilai, Meredith T. Hanlon, Stephanie P. Klein, Jayne L. Davis, Aditi N. Borkar, Cody L. Depew, Malcolm J. Bennett, Shawn M. Kaeppler, Kathleen M. Brown, Rahul Bhosale, Jonathan P. Lynch, 2023, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Ernst D. Schäfer, Markus R. Owen, Leah R. Band, Etienne Farcot, Malcolm J. Bennett, Jonathan P. Lynch, 2022, Plant Physiology on p. 2260-2278
In silico evidence for the utility of parsimonious root phenotypes for improved vegetative growth and carbon sequestration under drought
Ernst D. Schäfer, Ishan Ajmera, Etienne Farcot, Markus R. Owen, Leah R. Band, Jonathan P. Lynch, 2022, Frontiers in Plant Science
Erratum to: Relative utility of agronomic, phenological, and morphological traits for assessing genotype-by-environment interaction in maize inbreds (Crop Science, (2020), 60, 1, (62-81), 10.1002/csc2.20035)
Celeste M. Falcon, Shawn M. Kaeppler, Edgar P. Spalding, Nathan D. Miller, Nicholas Haase, Naser AlKhalifah, Martin Bohn, Edward S. Buckler, Darwin A. Campbell, Ignacio Ciampitti, Lisa Coffey, Jode Edwards, David Ertl, Sherry Flint-Garcia, Michael A. Gore, Christopher Graham, Candice N. Hirsch, James B. Holland, Diego Jarquín, Joseph Knoll, Nick Lauter, Carolyn J. Lawrence-Dill, Elizabeth C. Lee, Aaron Lorenz, Jonathan P. Lynch, Seth C. Murray, Rebecca Nelson, M. Cinta Romay, Torbert Rocheford, Patrick S. Schnable, Brian Scully, Margaret Smith, Nathan Springer, Mitchell R. Tuinstra, Renee Walton, Teclemariam Weldekidan, Randall J. Wisser, Wenwei Xu, Natalia de Leon, 2022, Crop Science on p. 2568-2569
Anica Sandra F. Massas, Christopher F. Strock, Hannah M. Schneider, Daniel G. Debouck, Kathleen M. Brown, Jonathan P. Lynch, 2022, Crop Science on p. 2347-2365
Jonaliza L. Siangliw, Burin Thunnom, Mignon A. Natividad, Marinell R. Quintana, Dmytro Chebotarov, Kenneth L. McNally, Jonathan P. Lynch, Kathleen Marie Brown, Amelia Henry, 2022, Frontiers in Plant Science
Jenna E. Fonta, Jitender Giri, Phanchita Vejchasarn, Jonathan P. Lynch, Kathleen M. Brown, 2022, Plant and Soil on p. 443-464
Jonathan P. Lynch, 2013, Annals of Botany on p. 347-357
Jonathan P. Lynch, 2019, New Phytologist on p. 548-564
Jonathan P. Lynch, Tobias Wojciechowski, 2015, Journal of Experimental Botany on p. 2199-2210
The optimal lateral root branching density for maize depends on nitrogen and phosphorus availability
Johannes Auke Postma, Annette Dathe, Jonathan Paul Lynch, 2014, Plant Physiology on p. 590-602
Root anatomical phenes associated with water acquisition from drying soil: Targets for crop improvement
Jonathan P. Lynch, Joseph G. Chimungu, Kathleen M. Brown, 2014, Journal of Experimental Botany on p. 6155-6166
Ai Zhan, Hannah Schneider, Jonathan P. Lynch, 2015, Plant Physiology on p. 1603-1615
Root phenes that reduce the metabolic costs of soil exploration: Opportunities for 21st century agriculture
Jonathan P. Lynch, 2015, Plant, Cell and Environment on p. 1775-1784
Maize root growth angles become steeper under low N conditions
S. Trachsel, S. M. Kaeppler, K. M. Brown, J. P. Lynch, 2013, Field Crops Research on p. 18-31
Alexander Bucksch, James Burridge, Larry M. York, Abhiram Das, Eric Nord, Joshua S. Weitz, Jonathan P. Lynch, 2014, Plant Physiology on p. 470-486
Larry M. York, Eric A. Nord, Jonathan P. Lynch, 2013, Frontiers in Plant Science
News Articles Featuring Jonathan Lynch
Sep 29, 2023
Liana Burghardt named new Director of Center for Root and Rhizosphere Biology
Assistant Professor of Plant Science Liana Burghardt is serving as the new Director of the Center for Root and Rhizosphere Biology, replacing outgoing director Jonathan Lynch, distinguished professor of plant nutrition.
Jul 19, 2023
Crop physiologist to study phosphorus availability and storage root growth
A researcher in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences has received a $650,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to lead a multi-university team in a study focused on the anatomical, physiological and genetic factors underlying phosphorus-stress-induced reprogramming of storage root architecture.
Mar 19, 2023
Future corn crops could have higher drought tolerance
A team of scientists led by Pennsylvania State University has recently identified a gene encoding a transcription factor (a protein useful for converting DNA into RNA) which triggers a genetic sequence that enables corn roots to acquire more water and nutrients. This finding could lead to the breeding of corn crops able to withstand droughts and low-nitrogen soil conditions, and thus improve global food security.
Mar 16, 2023
Discovery of root anatomy gene may lead to breeding more resilient corn crops
Trait results in roots better able to capture more water and nutrients from soil, need less fertilizer, and withstand drought
Jan 12, 2023
Two College of Ag Sciences faculty among highly cited researchers in 2022
Andrew Patterson and Jonathan Lynch in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences were recognized recently as highly cited researchers by the Clarivate Analytics Web of Science Group.
Dec 07, 2022
Study shows ‘steep, cheap and deep’ roots help corn plants deal with drought
Rarely in nature does less turn out to be more. But that’s the case when it comes to the roots of corn dealing with drought conditions, according to a Penn State-led international team of researchers who discovered evidence of the benefits of a “parsimonious” root phenotype in a new study.
Nov 08, 2022
Faculty in College of Ag Sciences recognized for research achievements
Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences lauded outstanding accomplishments in research during the college’s inaugural Research Awards Ceremony, held Oct. 25 at the Hintz Family Alumni Center on the University Park campus.
Jul 28, 2021
Researchers identify a gene that regulates the angle of root growth in corn
The discovery of a gene that regulates the angle of root growth in corn is a new tool to enable the breeding of deeper-rooting crops with enhanced ability to take up nitrogen, according to an international team of researchers, led by Penn State.
Apr 08, 2021
Plant Biology alumna receives humanitarian award
Plant Biology graduate program alumna Amelia Henry has received the Graduate School Alumni Society Humanitarian Award. This award recognizes an alumnus/alumna holding a graduate degree from Penn State who has made a positive societal impact on the welfare of humankind beyond the responsibilities of one’s profession.
Feb 17, 2021
Silencing the alarm
An enzyme in the saliva of certain insects prevents their food plants from warning neighboring plants of an attack.