Marnie E. Rout, Ph.D.

2011 Organismal Biology & Ecology University of Montana, Missoula, MT 
Botany Biology, Microbiology Biology, Ecology Biology
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William E. Holben grad student 2011 Univ. Montana
 (The role of microbial endosymbionts in Sorghum halepense invasions: Evidence of a new invasion strategy, Microbially Enhanced Competitive Ability (MECA).)
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Rout ME. (2014) The Plant Microbiome Advances in Botanical Research. 69: 279-309
Rout ME, Southworth D. (2013) The root microbiome influences scales from molecules to ecosystems: The unseen majority. American Journal of Botany. 100: 1689-91
Rout ME, Chrzanowski TH, Westlie TK, et al. (2013) Bacterial endophytes enhance competition by invasive plants. American Journal of Botany. 100: 1726-37
Rout ME, Chrzanowski TH, Smith WK, et al. (2013) Ecological impacts of the invasive grass Sorghum halepense on native tallgrass prairie Biological Invasions. 15: 327-339
Kaur R, Gonzáles WL, Llambi LD, et al. (2012) Community impacts of Prosopis juliflora invasion: biogeographic and congeneric comparisons. Plos One. 7: e44966
Rout ME, Callaway RM. (2012) Interactions between exotic invasive plants and soil microbes in the rhizosphere suggest that 'everything is not everywhere'. Annals of Botany. 110: 213-22
Callaway RM, Rout ME. (2010) Soil Biota and Plant Invasions: Biogeographical Effects on Plant-Microbe Interactions Fifty Years of Invasion Ecology: the Legacy of Charles Elton. 131-142
Rout ME, Callaway RM. (2009) Plant science. An invasive plant paradox. Science (New York, N.Y.). 324: 734-5
Rout ME, Chrzanowski TH. (2009) The invasive Sorghum halepense harbors endophytic N2-fixing bacteria and alters soil biogeochemistry Plant and Soil. 315: 163-172
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