- Plant responsiveness to mycorrhizas differs from dependence upon mycorrhizasDavid P Janos
Department of Biology, University of Miami, P O Box 249118, Coral Gables, FL 33124 0421, USA
Mycorrhiza 17:75-91. 2007..Dependence is a plant attribute upon which natural selection can act, but responsiveness and effectiveness cannot be selected directly because they are emergent properties of the interaction between plant and fungus species...
- Arbuscular-mycorrhizal networks inhibit Eucalyptus tetrodonta seedlings in rain forest soil microcosmsDavid P Janos
Department of Biology, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, United States of America
PLoS ONE 8:e57716. 2013..tetrodonta invasion. Common AM networks-previously unrecognized as contributors to the ashbed effect-probably help to maintain the rain forest-savanna boundary...
- Common mycorrhizal networks amplify size inequality in Andropogon gerardii monoculturesJoanna Weremijewicz
Department of Biology, University of Miami, PO Box 249118, Coral Gables, FL 33124 0421, USA
New Phytol 198:203-13. 2013..In the absence of root system overlap, common mycorrhizal networks likely promote asymmetric competition below ground, thereby exaggerating size inequality within A. gerardii populations...
- Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi colonize decomposing leaves of Myrica parvifolia, M. pubescens and Paepalanthus spCatalina Aristizábal
Department of Biology, University of Miami, PO Box 249118, 33124, Coral Gables, FL, USA
Mycorrhiza 14:221-8. 2004..As a consequence, AMF are well positioned to obtain and efficiently recycle mineral nutrients released by decomposer microorganisms before their loss by leaching or immobilization in soil...