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90SR Uptake by 'Pinus ponderosa' and 'Pinus radiata' Seedlings Inoculated with Ectomycorrhizal Fungi.
Accumulation of Cesium-137 and Strontium-90 in Ponderosa Pine and Monterey Pine Seedlings.
Ectomycorrhizal DNA: Isolation, RFLPs, and Probe Hybridization. Book Chapter.
Effects of Trace Organics in Sewage Sludges on Soil-Plant Systems and Assessing Their Risk to Humans.
Global Climate Change and Diversity of Mycorrhizae.
Influence of adverse soil conditions on the formation and function of arbuscular mycorrhizae /
Mycorrhizae Alter Quality and Quantity of Carbon Allocated below Ground.
Pilot Studies Comparing Above and Below-Ground Effects of Radionuclide Accumulation in Selected Species.
Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphisms Distinguish Ectomycorrhizal Fungi.
Root-Mycocosm for Growing Ectomycorrhizal Hyphae Apart from Host Roots while Maintaining Symbiotic Integrity (Journal Version).
Soil Biology and Ecology.
Stress Interactions and Mycorrhizal Plant Response: Understanding Carbon Allocation Priorities.
Sustaining Soil Quality by Protecting the Soil Resource.
Temporal Allocation of (14)C to Extramatrical Hyphae of Ectomycorrhizal Ponderosa Pine Seedlings.
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