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40795% of Spores Fall Within 45 cm of the cap: A field and modeling based study
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyGalante, T.E.; Horton, Thomas R.; Swaney, D.P..Spore dispersal
modeling
primary succession
694Accountability of fungal molecular signatures from microbial mats in TRFLP profiles
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyAcevedo, Manuel; Cantrell, Sharon A.; Perez-Jimenez, Jose R..Puerto Rico
microbial mats
Fungi
tropical
hypersaline environments
191A greenhouse method for raising cotton susceptible to Aspergillus flavus infection.
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyKlich, Maren.aflatoxin
616A molecular and phylogenetic analysis of the structure and specificity of Alnus rubra ectomycorrhizal assemblages
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyHill, Lee T.; Kennedy, Peter.Alnus rubra
Ectomycorrhizae
host age
geographic location
Oregon
629A new Geomyces species Associated with Bat White Nose Syndrome
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyGargas, Andrea; Trest, Marie T.; Christensen, Martha; Blehert, David S..Bat White Nose Syndrome
Geomyces
65Aquatic gilled mushrooms in the Rogue River in Oregon: a new species of Psathyrella
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyFrank, Jonathan; Coffan, Robert; Southworth, Darlene.aquatic fungi
ballistospores
Psathyrellaceae
psychrophilic fungi
stream fungi
325Arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization of St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum) on adjacent serpentine and granite outcrops
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyDavoodian, Naveed; Rajakaruna, Nishanta.arbuscular mycorrhizae
serpentine soil
ultramafic ecology
edaphic factor
Hypericum perforatum
613Are fungi able to degrade complex carbohydrates in hypersaline microbial mats?
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MSA - Ecology/PathologySoler, Manuel; Cantrell, Sharon A..microbial mats
xanthan gum
hypersaline environments
538Assembling the fungal community: dominant ecological process is conditional on forest ecosystem type
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyEdwards, Ivan; Zak, Donald.phylogenetic community analysis
saprophytic fungi
ectomycorrhizal fungi
540Assessing the impact of transgenic endochitinase white spruce on mycorrhizal fungi
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyStefani, Franck O.P.; Tanguay, Philippe; Piché, Yves.ectendomycorrhizae
transgenic
QPCR
Wilcoxina
spruce
923Changes in community composition of ectomycorrhizal fungi associated with Alnus tenuifolia in response to changing plant N:P balance
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyMcFarland, Jack M.; Taylor, Lee; Ruess, Roger; Olson, Karl; Knut, Kielland.alder
Ectomycorrhizae
nitrogen fixation
phosphorus
N:P
boreal forest
544Co-existing ericaceous plant species in a subarctic heath community share fungal root endophytes
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyKjoller, Rasmus; Olsrud, Maria; Michelsen, Anders.ericoid mycorrhiza
652
Canceled
Combining Molecular Techniques and Stable Isotopes to Determine the Ecological Role of Boletaceae Sporocarps in a Seasonally Dry Tropical Forest
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyHasselquist, Niles; Douhan, Greg W.; Allen, Mike.Xerocomus
Ectomycorrhizae
Yucatan Peninsula
13C
15N
928Culture methods for growth and sporulation of Pseudocercospora dendrobii, P. odontoglossi, and a Pseudocercospora isolate from Bulbophyllum orchids
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyCating, R. A. ; Palmateer, A. J.; Hoy, M. A..orchids
Pseudocercospora
725Degradation of exopolymeric substances by the microbial communities from hypersaline microbial mats
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyDuval, Lisabeth; Cantrell, Sharon A..exopolymeric substances
microbial mats
hypersaline environments
257Differences in the fungal endophytic community of Hevea brasiliensis under different forest managements
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyGazis, Romina; Chaverri, Priscila.endophytes
Amazon Rainforest
Rubber
Trichoderma
866Discomycetes richness from a cloud forests in Venezuela
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyMardones, M; Iturriaga, T.Species Richness
Discomycete
674Diversity and ecology of saprotrophic fungal communities in California grasslands and forest ecosystems
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyKerekes, Jennifer ; Bruns , Thomas.saprotrophs
fungal communities
30Diversity in Colletotrichum gloeosporioides populations causing mango anthracnose exhibit unique host specialization
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyTarnowski, Tara L.; Ploetz, Randy C..Glomerella cingulata
Mangifera indica
anthracnose
485
Canceled
Ecological dynamics of two communities of lignicolous myxomycetes in Costa Rica
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyRojas, Carlos; Stephenson, Steven L..community structure
slimemolds
Neotropics
Niche breadth
536Ectomycorrhizal fungal community composition and preference for three 15N-substrates along a short nitrogen deposition gradient
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyKjoller, Rasmus; Clemmensen, Karina; Michelsen, Anders; Nilsson, Lars-Ola.ectomycorrhizal fungi
Nitrogen
15N
Picea abies
74Effect of brush mastication and prescribed fire on mycorrhizas and hypogeous fungi in mixed hardwood chaparral
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MSA - Ecology/PathologySouthworth, Darlene; Frank, Jonathan; Donohue, Jessica; Gibson, Jennifer.brush mastication
prescribed burn
fire
ectomycorrhizas
hypogeous fungi
423Endophyte hybrid status alters host response to moisture and nutrient treatments
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyHamilton, C.E.; Dowling, T.E.; Faeth, S.H..Endophyte
Neotyphodium
survival
Symbiosis
543Feast, famine and finding a niche – how seasonal carbon allocation and fungal life history strategies affect biomass and community composition of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi.
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyLekberg, Ylva; Olsson, Pâl Axel; Kjoller, Rasmus; Michelsen, Anders; Rosendahl, Søren.arbuscular mycorrhiza
Carbon allocation
Signature lipid analyses
Community composition
Undisturbed grassland
571Fungal communities in microbial mats in Adriatic Sečovlje salterns (Slovenia)
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyTkavc, Rok; Zalar, Polona; Cantrell, Sharon A.; Gunde-Cimerman, Nina.Sečovlje
microbial mats
Fungi
Cultivation
molecular approach
576Fungal communities shift with changes in land use and edaphic properties
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyJackson, Jason A.; Richter, Daniel D; Vilgalys, Rytas.soil
Diversity
land use change
molecular identification
molecular phylogenetics
804Fungal community composition and function are directly influenced by altered timing of precipitation
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyRocca, Jennifer D.; Hawkes, Christine V..climate change
saprophytic fungi
mycorrhizal fungi
fungal communities
California grassland
273Fungal endophytes as coprophiles?
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyHerrera, Jose; Khidir, Hana; Porras-Alfaro, Andrea.root-associated fungi
coprophilous fungi
endophytes
Bouteloua gracilis
827Fungal symbionts of tree seedlings and the Janzen-Connell hypothesis
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyHersh, Michelle; Vilgalys, Rytas; Clark, James S..Symbiosis
community ecology
disease ecology
forest ecology
plant-fungus interactions
opportunistic pathogens
295Genetic diversity of Labyrinthula terrestris, a newly emergent plant disease correlated with increased soil salinity, and newly discovered Labyrinthulid organisms
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyDouhan, Greg W.; Olsen, Mary W.; Herrell, Amanda; Wong, Frank; Entwistle, Kate.
686Genetic variation among Saprolegnia ferax isolates infecting egg masses of the salamander Ambystoma texanum
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyDolan, Thomas E.; Dolan, Rebecca W.; Frasca, Joey.Saprolegnia ferax
Ambystoma texanum
Genetic variation
533Host identity is a major driver of community of ectomycorrhizal fungi in the genus Alnus
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyRochet, Juliette; Moreau, Pierre-Arthur; Jargeat, Patricia; Gryta, Hervé; Chassagne, François; Gardes, Monique.Alnus spp
ectomycorrhizal fungi
host specificity
community structure
706How quickly do soil fungi breathe? Estimating respiration of soil fungi in situ and in the lab
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyLilleskov, Erik A; van Diepen, Linda T A; Andrew, Carrie J.respiration
carbon cycle
ecosystem modeling
sporocarps
Mycelium
155Influence of severe fire on planted and natural whitebark pine seedlings in the Greater Yellowstone Area: Ecology and management implications
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyTrusty, Paul E; Cripps, Cathy L.Ectomycorrhizae
fire
Pinus albicaulis
435Investigating red yeast diversity from phyto- and mycospheres in Louisiana
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyPadamsee, Mahajabeen; Pilcher, W.R.; Aime, M.C..
577Investigation of the metabolic control over phenylacetic acid production by Rhizoctonia solani AG-3, and the physiological responses of a plant host
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyBartz, Faith; Danehower, David; Taylor, Nick; Cubeta, Marc.plant growth regulator
tomato
Pathogenic fungi
Carbon metabolism
796It’s a matter of time and location: above- and below-ground responses by ectomycorrhizal fungi to elevated CO2 and O3 across four years
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyAndrew, Carrie J; Lilleskov, Erik A.
766Linking small scale soil chemical variability to fungal niche preference
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyRosenstock, Nicholas P.; Bruns , Thomas; Rosling, Anna.Ectomycorrhizae
fungal communities
soil chemistry
771Mitosporic fungi isolated from seagrasses in the northern Gulf Coast of the United States
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyMata, Juan L.; Cebrian, Just; Paradis, Linda; Campbell, Jinx.ascomycetes
anamorphic
culture
680Mold Spores From Christmas Tree
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyDubey, Tara; Lee, Siew Yee.
860Molecular detection of dogwood anthracnose fungus
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyZhang, Ning.dogwood anthracnose
early detection
real-time pcr
Cornus
298Molecular phylogenetic biodiversity assessment of arctic and boreal ectomycorrhizal Lactarius Pers. (Russulales; Basidiomycota) in Alaska, based on soil and sporocarp DNA
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyGeml, József; Laursen, Gary A.; Timling, Ina; McFarland, Jack M.; Booth, Michael G.; Lennon, Niall; Nusbaum, H. Chad; Taylor, D. Lee.Alaska
metagenomics
nrDNA ITS
evolutionary ecology
Arctic
boreal forest
919Mycoflora of Dried Edible Beans, Phaseolus vulgaris, From the Northern Plains of the United States and its Potential For Ochratoxigenesis
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyPeterson, Stephen.Phaseolus vulgaris
Eurotium
ochratoxin-A
290Mycorrhizal specialization and its role in the evolution of myco-heterotrophy
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyHynson, Nicole; Bruns , Thomas.myco-heterotrophy
specialization
Pyrola
Pyroleae
Ericaceae
Mycorrhizae
750Native fungal pathogens may facilitate persistence of Douglas fir in late-seral Abies concolor/Pseudotsuga menziesii forests of Northern California
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyHawkins, Ashley; Henkel, Terry W..Armillaria
forest succession
Inonotus
butt rot
selective mortality
179Patterns of frequency, abundance and density of Rhizophlyctis rosea populations from cropping soils in Australia
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyMarano, Agostina V; Gleason, Frank H.chytrids
Distribution
Rhizophlyctidales
soil
temperature
328Phyllosphere fungal communities differ among the urban and non-urban environments – analysis across a growing season
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyJumpponen, Ari; Jones, Ken; Blair, John.Biodiversity
foliar fungi
fungal communities
seasonal dynamics
urbanization
935Plant genetics alter ectomycorrhizal community composition, which feeds back to influence plant performance
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MSA - Ecology/PathologySthultz, Christopher ; Whitham, Thomas; Gehring, Catherine A..
377Predicting Carryover Seed Bank Density for Cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum)
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyMeyer, Susan E.; Allen, Phil S.; Beckstead, Julie.Seed pathogen
seed bank 
Pyrenophora semeniperda
Bromus tectorum
seed persistence
614Site-specific tree productivity and ectomycorrhizal fungal diversity of western hemlock on northern Vancouver Island, Canada
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyLim, SeaRa; Berbee, Mary L..Species Richness
species abundance
Multivariate analysis
stand age
tree species composition
Ectomycorrhizae
phylogenetic identification
plant productivity
716Spores indoors: a pyrosequencing look at what fungi the cat dragged in
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyAmend, Anthony S; Seifert, Keith A.; Samson, Robert A.; Bruns , Thomas.microbial biogepgraphy
indoor fungi
pyrosequencing
bioinformatics
205Surveys of endophytic fungi from lowland tropical ferns reveal diverse communities of relatively recently derived fungal groups
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyDel Olmo-Ruiz, Mariana; Santos-Rodríguez, J. Fabiola; Arnold, A.E..Fungal endophytes
ferns
La Selva, Costa Rica
207The diversity of Zoosporic Fungi and Straminipila associated with the decomposition of Pouteria salicifolia and Ligustrum lucidum leaves in an Argentinean stream
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyMarano, Agostina V; Barrera, Marcelo D; Steciow, Mónica M; Gleason, Frank H.decomposition
ecology
leaves
stramenopiles
zoosporic fungi
662The Immune Battlefield: An educational overview of the human immune defenses against mycoses
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyRatekin, Angela; Taylor, Bernadette; Volk, Thomas.immunology
Candida
neutropenia
education
opportunistic pathogens
medical mycology
110Timing of tick pathogen presence in the environment
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyTuininga, Amy; Morath, Shannon; Greengarten, Pamela; Daniels, Thomas; Norelus, Herby; Falco, Richard.entomopathogen
mitosporic
tick
Lyme
Environment
temperature
relative humidity
virulence
854Using DGGE To Assess Phylotype Diversity Of Organisms On Amphibian Embryos
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyAult, Kori K.; Wagner, R. Steven; Pinkart, Holly C.; Johnson, James E..DGGE
Saprolegniasis
Saprolegnia
216What percent sequence divergence for the ribosomal ITS gene can be considered conspecific for agaric fungi from a restricted geographical region?
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyHughes, Karen W.; Petersen, Ron.Fungi
species circumscription
heterozygosity
924Widespread distribution of Phytophthora alni ssp. uniformis in Alaska
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyAdams, Gerard; Catal, Mursel; Trummer, Lori.Invasive Species
Alder Phytophthora
886Yakima WATERS: Students Investigating a Pathogenic Water Mold
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MSA - Ecology/PathologyBrady, Susan; Arlt, John; Carolan, Lana; Quitadamo, Ian; Johnson, James E..education
K-12
Saprolegnia
Amphibian decline

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