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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Research Project: CONTROLS ON MICROBIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN SOIL AND RHIZOSPHERE

Location: Sustainable Agricultural Systems Laboratory

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

Living cover crops have immediate impacts on soil microbial community structure and function - (Peer reviewed journal)

Species identities, not functional groups, explain the effects of earthworms on litter carbon-derived soil respiration Reprint Icon - (Peer reviewed journal)
Chang, C., Slavecz, K., Buyer, J.S. 2016. Species identities, not functional groups, explain the effects of earthworms on litter carbon-derived soil respiration. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 100:129-139.

Archaeal rhizosphere communities differ between the native and invasive lines of the wetland plant phragmites australis (common reed) in a Chesapeake Bay subestuary - (Peer reviewed journal)
Yarwood, S., Baldwin, A., Gonzalez-Mateu, M., Buyer, J.S. 2016. Archaeal rhizosphere communities differ between the native and invasive lines of the wetland plant phragmites australis (common reed) in a Chesapeake Bay subestuary. Biological Invasions. doi: 10.1007/510530-016-1144-7.

Soil microbial communities following bush removal in a Namibian savanna Reprint Icon - (Peer reviewed journal)
Buyer, J.S., Schmidt-Kuntzel, A., Nghikembua, M., Maul, J.E., Marker, L. 2016. Soil microbial communities following bush removal in a Namibian savanna. Soil. 2:101-110.

Phosphate solubilization and promotion of maize growth in a calcareous soil by penicillium oxalicum P4 and aspergillus niger P85 - (Peer reviewed journal)
Yin, Z., Shi, F., Jiang, H., Roberts, D.P., Chen, S., Fan, B. 2015. Phosphate solubilization and promotion of maize growth in a calcareous soil by penicillium oxalicum P4 and aspergillus niger P85. Canadian Journal of Microbiology. 61:913-923.

Below ground competition among invading detritivores - (Peer reviewed journal)
Chang, C., Slavecz, K., Filley, T., Buyer, J.S., Bernard, M.J., Pitz, S.L. 2016. Below ground competition among invading detritivores. Ecology. 97:160-170. doi: 10.1890/15-0551.1.

Comparison of biochemical and microscopic methods for quantification of mycorrhizal fungi in soil and roots Reprint Icon - (Peer reviewed journal)
Sharma, M.P., Buyer, J.S. 2015. Comparison of biochemical and microscopic methods for quantification of mycorrhizal fungi in soil and roots. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 95:86-89. doi: 10.10161j.apsoil.2015.06.001

Development of a biologically based fertilizer, incorporating Bacillus megaterium A6, for improved phosphorus nutrition of oilseed rape - (Peer reviewed journal)
Hu, X., Roberts, D.P., Xie, L., Maul, J.E., Yu, C., Li, Y., Zhang, S., Liao, X. 2013. Development of a biologically based fertilizer, incorporating Bacillus megaterium A6, for improved phosphorus nutrition of oilseed rape. Canadian Journal of Microbiology. 59:231-236.

High throughput phospholipid fatty acid analysis of soils - (Peer reviewed journal)
Buyer, J.S., Sasser, M. 2012. High throughput phospholipid fatty acid analysis of soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 61:127-130.

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