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High fungal diversity but low seasonal dynamics and ectomycorrhizal abundance in a mountain beech forest
Gorfer, M., Mayer, M., Berger, H., Rewald, B., Tallian, C., Matthews, B., … Godbold, D. L. (2021). High fungal diversity but low seasonal dynamics and ectomycorrhizal abundance in a mountain beech forest. Microbial Ecology, 82, 243-256. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-021-01736-5
The legacy effects of winter climate on microbial functioning after snowmelt in a subarctic tundra
Väisänen, M., Gavazov, K., Krab, E. J., & Dorrepaal, E. (2019). The legacy effects of winter climate on microbial functioning after snowmelt in a subarctic tundra. Microbial Ecology, 77(1), 186-190. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-018-1213-1
Namib desert soil microbial community diversity, assembly, and function along a natural xeric gradient
Scola, V., Ramond, J. B., Frossard, A., Zablocki, O., Adriaenssens, E. M., Johnson, R. M., … Cowan, D. A. (2018). Namib desert soil microbial community diversity, assembly, and function along a natural xeric gradient. Microbial Ecology, 75(1), 193-203. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-017-1009-8
Do multi-year applications of <em>Bacillus thuringiensis</em> subsp. <em>israelensis</em> for control of mosquito larvae affect the abundance of <em>B. cereus</em> group populations in riparian wetland soils?
Schneider, S., Tajrin, T., Lundström, J. O., Hendriksen, N. B., Melin, P., & Sundh, I. (2017). Do multi-year applications of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis for control of mosquito larvae affect the abundance of B. cereus group populations in riparian wetland soils? Microbial Ecology, 74(4), 901-909. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-017-1004-0
The root-associated microbial community of the world's highest growing vascular plants
Angel, R., Conrad, R., Dvorsky, M., Kopecky, M., Kotilínek, M., Hiiesalu, I., … Doležal, J. (2016). The root-associated microbial community of the world's highest growing vascular plants. Microbial Ecology, 72(2), 394-406. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-016-0779-8
Does the aboveground herbivore assemblage influence soil nacterial community composition and richness in subalpine grasslands?
Hodel, M., Schütz, M., Vandegehuchte, M. L., Frey, B., Albrecht, M., Busse, M., & Risch, A. C. (2014). Does the aboveground herbivore assemblage influence soil nacterial community composition and richness in subalpine grasslands? Microbial Ecology, 68(3), 584-595. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-014-0435-0
To what extent do food preferences explain the trophic position of heterotrophic and mixotrophic microbial consumers in a <i>Spaghnum</i> peatland
Jassey, V. E. J., Meyer, C., Dupuy, C., Bernard, N., Mitchell, E. A. D., Toussaint, M. L., … Gilbert, D. (2013). To what extent do food preferences explain the trophic position of heterotrophic and mixotrophic microbial consumers in a Spaghnum peatland. Microbial Ecology, 66(3), 571-580. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-013-0262-8
Functional profiling and distribution of the forest soil bacterial communities along the soil mycorrhizosphere continuum
Uroz, S., Courty, P. E., Pierrat, J. C., Peter, M., Buée, M., Turpault, M. P., … Frey-Klett, P. (2013). Functional profiling and distribution of the forest soil bacterial communities along the soil mycorrhizosphere continuum. Microbial Ecology, 66(2), 404-415. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-013-0199-y
Pattern of elemental release during the granite dissolution can be changed by aerobic heterotrophic bacterial strains isolated from Damma Glacier (Central Alps) deglaciated granite sand
Lapanje, A., Wimmersberger, C., Furrer, G., Brunner, I., & Frey, B. (2012). Pattern of elemental release during the granite dissolution can be changed by aerobic heterotrophic bacterial strains isolated from Damma Glacier (Central Alps) deglaciated granite sand. Microbial Ecology, 63(4), 865-882. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-011-9976-7
Bacterial, archaeal and fungal succession in the forefield of a receding glacier
Zumsteg, A., Luster, J., Göransson, H., Smittenberg, R. H., Brunner, I., Bernasconi, S. M., … Frey, B. (2012). Bacterial, archaeal and fungal succession in the forefield of a receding glacier. Microbial Ecology, 63(3), 552-564. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-011-9991-8
Contrasting species-environment relationships in communities of testate amoebae, bryophytes and vascular plants along the fen–bog gradient
Lamentowicz, M., Lamentowicz, Ł., van der Knaap, W. O., Gąbka, M., & Mitchell, E. A. D. (2010). Contrasting species-environment relationships in communities of testate amoebae, bryophytes and vascular plants along the fen–bog gradient. Microbial Ecology, 59(3), 499-510. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-009-9617-6
Is there a size limit for cosmopolitan distribution in free-living microorganisms? A biogeographical analysis of testate amoebae from polar areas
Yang, J., Smith, H. G., Sherratt, T. N., & Wilkinson, D. M. (2010). Is there a size limit for cosmopolitan distribution in free-living microorganisms? A biogeographical analysis of testate amoebae from polar areas. Microbial Ecology, 59(4), 635-645. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-009-9615-8
Effects of experimental lead pollution on the microbial communities associated to <i>Sphagnum fallax</i> (Bryophyta)
Nguyen-Viet, H., Bernard, N., Mitchell, E. A. D., Badot, P. M., & Gilbert, D. (2007). Effects of experimental lead pollution on the microbial communities associated to Sphagnum fallax (Bryophyta). Microbial Ecology, 54(2), 232-241. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-006-9192-z
Relationship between testate amoeba (Protist) communities and atmospheric heavy metals accumulated in <i>Barbula indica</i> (Bryophyta) in Vietnam
Nguyen-Viet, H., Bernard, N., Mitchell, E. A. D., Cortet, J., Badot, P. M., & Gilbert, D. (2007). Relationship between testate amoeba (Protist) communities and atmospheric heavy metals accumulated in Barbula indica (Bryophyta) in Vietnam. Microbial Ecology, 53(1), 53-65. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-006-9108-y
The Ecology of Testate Amoebae (Protists) in &lt;em&gt;Sphagnum&lt;/em&gt; in North-western Poland in Relation to Peatland Ecology
Lamentowicz, M., & Mitchell, E. A. D. (2005). The Ecology of Testate Amoebae (Protists) in Sphagnum in North-western Poland in Relation to Peatland Ecology. Microbial Ecology, 50(1), 48-63. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-004-0105-8
Structure of microbial communities in <em>Sphagnum</em> peatlands and effect of atmospheric carbon dioxide enrichment
Mitchell, E. A. D., Gilbert, D., Buttler, A., Amblard, C., Grosvernier, P. R., & Gobat, J. M. (2003). Structure of microbial communities in Sphagnum peatlands and effect of atmospheric carbon dioxide enrichment. Microbial Ecology, 46(2), 187-199. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03036882
Horizontal Distribution Patterns of Testate Amoebae (Protozoa) in a Sphagnum magellanicum Carpet
Mitchell, E. A. D., Brocard, D., Buttler, A. J., Grosvernier, P., Gilbert, D., & Gobat, J. M. (2000). Horizontal Distribution Patterns of Testate Amoebae (Protozoa) in a Sphagnum magellanicum Carpet. Microbial Ecology, 39(4), 290-300. https://doi.org/10.1007/s002489900187