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    1. Perez-Moreno, J; Read, DJ
      Exploitation of pollen by mycorrhizal mycelial systems with special reference to nutrient recycling in boreal forests

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    2. Agerer, R
      Exploration types of ectomycorrhizae - A proposal to classify ectomycorrhizal mycelial systems according to their patterns of differentiation and putative ecological importance

      MYCORRHIZA
    3. Leake, JR; Donnelly, DP; Saunders, EM; Boddy, L; Read, DJ
      Rates and quantities of carbon flux to ectomycorrhizal mycelium following C-14 pulse labeling of Pinus sylvestris seedlings: effects of litter patches and interaction with a wood-decomposer fungus

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Heinonsalo, J; Jorgensen, KS; Sen, R
      Microcosm-based analyses of Scots pine seedling growth, ectomycorrhizal fungal community structure and bacterial carbon utilization profiles in boreal forest humus and underlying illuvial mineral horizons

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    5. Mahmood, S; Finlay, RD; Erland, S; Wallander, H
      Solubilisation and colonisation of wood ash by ectomycorrhizal fungi isolated from a wood ash fertilised spruce forest

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    6. Perez-Moreno, J; Read, DJ
      Nutrient transfer from soil nematodes to plants: a direct pathway providedby the mycorrhizal mycelial network

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    7. Hansen, RA; Williams, RS; Degenhardt, DC; Lincoln, DE
      Non-litter effects of elevated CO2 on forest floor microarthropod abundances

      PLANT AND SOIL
    8. Jentschke, G; Godbold, DL; Brandes, B
      Nitrogen limitation in mycorrhizal Norway spruce (Picea abies) seedlings induced mycelial foraging for ammonium: implications for Ca and Mg uptake

      PLANT AND SOIL
    9. Chen, DM; Taylor, AFS; Burke, RM; Cairney, JWG
      Identification of genes for lignin peroxidases and manganese peroxidases in ectomycorrhizal fungi

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    10. Giovannetti, M; Fortuna, P; Citernesi, AS; Morini, S; Nuti, MP
      The occurrence of anastomosis formation and nuclear exchange in intact arbuscular mycorrhizal networks

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    11. Wu, BY; Nara, K; Hogetsu, T
      Can C-14-labeled photosynthetic products move between Pinus densiflora seedlings linked by ectomycorrhizal mycelia?

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    12. Tibbett, M
      Roots, foraging and the exploitation of soil nutrient patches: the role ofmycorrhizal symbiosis

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    13. Vralstad, T; Fossheim, T; Schumacher, T
      Piceirhiza bicolorata - the ectomycorrhizal expression of the Hymenoscyphus ericae aggregate?

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    14. Sen, R
      Budgeting for the wood-wide web

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    15. Perez-Moreno, J; Read, DJ
      Mobilization and transfer of nutrients from litter to tree seedlings via the vegetative mycelium of ectomycorrhizal plants

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    16. Heinonsalo, J; Jorgensen, KS; Haahtela, K; Sen, R
      Effects of Pinus sylvestris root growth and mycorrhizosphere development on bacterial carbon source utilization and hydrocarbon oxidation in forest and petroleum-contaminated soils

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    17. Lindahl, B; Stenlid, J; Olsson, S; Finlay, R
      Translocation of P-32 between interacting mycelia of a wood-decomposing fungus and ectomycorrhizal fungi in microcosm systems

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    18. Wells, JM; Harris, MJ; Boddy, L
      Dynamics of mycelial growth and phosphorus partitioning in developing mycelial cord systems of Phanerochaete velutina: dependence on carbon availability

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    19. Dickie, IA; Koide, RT; Stevens, CM
      Tissue density and growth response of ectomycorrhizal fungi to nitrogen source and concentration

      MYCORRHIZA
    20. SARAND I; TIMONEN S; NURMIAHOLASSILA EL; KOIVULA T; HAAHTELA K; ROMANTSCHUK M; SEN R
      MICROBIAL BIOFILMS AND CATABOLIC PLASMID HARBORING DEGRADATIVE FLUORESCENT PSEUDOMONADS IN SCOTS PINE MYCORRHIZOSPHERES DEVELOPED ON PETROLEUM-CONTAMINATED SOIL

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    21. OLSSON S; GRAY SN
      PATTERNS AND DYNAMICS OF P-32 PHOSPHATE AND LABELED 2-AMINOISOBUTYRICACID (C-14-AIB) TRANSLOCATION IN INTACT BASIDIOMYCETE MYCELIA

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    22. WELLS JM; HARRIS MJ; BODDY L
      TEMPORARY PHOSPHORUS PARTITIONING IN MYCELIAL SYSTEMS OF THE CORD-FORMING BASIDIOMYCETE PHANEROCHAETE VELUTINA

      New phytologist
    23. MOYERSOEN B; FITTER AH; ALEXANDER IJ
      SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTION OF ECTOMYCORRHIZAS AND ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAS INKORUP NATIONAL-PARK RAIN-FOREST, CAMEROON, IN RELATION TO EDAPHIC PARAMETERS

      New phytologist
    24. BONELLO P; BRUNS TD; GARDES M
      GENETIC-STRUCTURE OF A NATURAL-POPULATION OF THE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS SUILLUS PUNGENS

      New phytologist
    25. TIMONEN S; SEN R
      HETEROGENEITY OF FUNGAL AND PLANT ENZYME EXPRESSION IN INTACT SCOTS PINE SUILLUS-BOVINUS AND PAXILLUS-INVOLUTUS MYCORRHIZOSPHERES DEVELOPEDIN NATURAL FOREST HUMUS

      New phytologist
    26. Brandes, B; Godbold, DL; Kuhn, AJ; Jentschke, G
      Nitrogen and phosphorus acquisition by the mycelium of the ectomycorrhizalfungus Paxillus involutus and its effect on host nutrition

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    27. TIMONEN S; JORGENSEN KS; HAAHTELA K; SEN R
      BACTERIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AT DEFINED LOCATIONS OF PINUS-SYLVESTRIS SUILLUS-BOVINUS AND PINUS-SYLVESTRIS PAXILLUS-INVOLUTUS MYCORRHIZOSPHERES IN DRY PINE FOREST HUMUS AND NURSERY PEAT

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    28. DAHLBERG A; NIKOLOVA I; JOHANSON KJ
      INTRASPECIFIC VARIATION IN CS-137 ACTIVITY CONCENTRATION IN SPOROCARPS OF SUILLUS-VARIEGATUS IN 7 SWEDISH POPULATIONS

      Mycological research
    29. OZINGA WA; VANANDEL J; MCDONNELLALEXANDER MP
      NUTRITIONAL SOIL HETEROGENEITY AND MYCORRHIZA AS DETERMINANTS OF PLANT-SPECIES DIVERSITY

      Acta botanica neerlandica
    30. GODBOLD DL; BERNTSON GM; BAZZAZ FA
      GROWTH AND MYCORRHIZAL COLONIZATION OF 3 NORTH-AMERICAN TREE SPECIES UNDER ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CO2

      New phytologist
    31. WELLS JM; DONNELLY DP; BODDY L
      PATCH FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL POLARITY IN MYCELIAL CORD SYSTEMS OF PHANEROCHAETE VELUTINA ON A NUTRIENT-DEPLETED SOIL

      New phytologist
    32. ANDERSSON S; EK H; SODERSTROM B
      EFFECTS OF LIMING ON THE UPTAKE OF ORGANIC AND INORGANIC NITROGEN BY MYCORRHIZAL (PAXILLUS-INVOLUTUS) AND NONMYCORRHIZAL PINUS-SYLVESTRIS PLANTS

      New phytologist
    33. TIMONEN S; FINLAY RD; OLSSON S; SODERSTROM B
      DYNAMICS OF PHOSPHORUS TRANSLOCATION IN INTACT ECTOMYCORRHIZAL SYSTEMS - NONDESTRUCTIVE MONITORING USING A BETA-SCANNER

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    34. CAIRNEY JWG; BURKE RM
      PHYSIOLOGICAL HETEROGENEITY WITHIN FUNGAL MYCELIA - AN IMPORTANT CONCEPT FOR A FUNCTIONAL UNDERSTANDING OF THE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL SYMBIOSIS

      New phytologist
    35. COLPAERT JV; VANLAERE A
      A COMPARISON OF THE EXTRACELLULAR ENZYME-ACTIVITIES OF 2 ECTOMYCORRHIZAL AND A LEAF-SAPROTROPHIC BASIDIOMYCETE COLONIZING BEECH LEAF-LITTER

      New phytologist
    36. KROPP BR; ALBEE S
      THE EFFECTS OF SILVICULTURAL TREATMENTS ON OCCURRENCE OF MYCORRHIZAL SPOROCARPS IN A PINUS-CONTORTA FOREST - A PRELIMINARY-STUDY

      Biological Conservation
    37. APHALO PJ; BALLARE CL
      ON THE IMPORTANCE OF INFORMATION-ACQUIRING SYSTEMS IN PLANT-PLANT INTERACTIONS

      Functional ecology
    38. GRAY SN; DIGHTON J; OLSSON S; JENNINGS DH
      REAL-TIME MEASUREMENT OF UPTAKE AND TRANSLOCATION OF CS-137 WITHIN MYCELIUM OF SCHIZOPHYLLUM-COMMUNE FR BY AUTORADIOGRAPHY FOLLOWED BY QUANTITATIVE IMAGE-ANALYSIS

      New phytologist
    39. WELLS JM; BODDY L; EVANS R
      CARBON TRANSLOCATION IN MYCELIAL CORD SYSTEMS OF PHANEROCHAETE-VELUTINA (DC, PERS) PARMASTO

      New phytologist
    40. SMITH JE; MOLINA R; PERRY DA
      OCCURRENCE OF ECTOMYCORRHIZAS ON ERICACEOUS AND CONIFEROUS SEEDLINGS GROWN IN SOILS FROM THE OREGON COAST RANGE

      New phytologist
    41. FRANCIS R; READ DJ
      THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI TO THE DETERMINATION OF PLANT COMMUNITY STRUCTURE

      Plant and soil
    42. DELABASTIDE PY; KROPP BR; PICHE Y
      SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTION AND TEMPORAL PERSISTENCE OF DISCRETE GENOTYPES OF THE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS LACCARIA BICOLOR (MAIRE) ORTON

      New phytologist
    43. MASSICOTTE HB; MOLINA R; LUOMA DL; SMITH JE
      BIOLOGY OF THE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL GENUS, RHIZOPOGON .2. PATTERNS OF HOST-FUNGUS SPECIFICITY FOLLOWING SPORE INOCULATION OF DIVERSE HOSTS GROWNIN MONOCULTURE AND DUAL CULTURE

      New phytologist
    44. ROSADO SCS; KROPP BR; PICHE Y
      GENETICS OF ECTOMYCORRHIZAL SYMBIOSIS .1. HOST-PLANT VARIABILITY AND HERITABILITY OF ECTOMYCORRHIZAL AND ROOT TRAITS

      New phytologist
    45. ROSADO SCS; KROPP BR; PICHE Y
      GENETICS OF ECTOMYCORRHIZAL SYMBIOSIS .2. FUNGAL VARIABILITY AND HERITABILITY OF ECTOMYCORRHIZAL TRAITS

      New phytologist
    46. BODDY L
      SAPROTROPHIC CORD-FORMING FUNGI - WARFARE STRATEGIES AND OTHER ECOLOGICAL ASPECTS

      Mycological research
    47. ARNEBRANT K; EK H; FINLAY RD; SODERSTROM B
      NITROGEN TRANSLOCATION BETWEEN ALNUS-GLUTINOSA (L) GAERTN SEEDLINGS INOCULATED WITH FRANKIA SP AND PINUS-CONTORTA DOUG EX-LOUD SEEDLINGS CONNECTED BY A COMMON ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MYCELIUM

      New phytologist
    48. TIMONEN S; FINLAY RD; SODERSTROM B; RAUDASKOSKI M
      IDENTIFICATION OF CYTOSKELETAL COMPONENTS IN PINE ECTOMYCORRHIZAS

      New phytologist


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