Jean Stutz

Affiliations: 
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
Area:
Ecology Biology, Forestry and Wildlife Agriculture, Botany Biology, Microbiology Biology
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Martin CA, Stutz JC. (2013) Tree health in phoenix, Arizona, U.S Arboriculture and Urban Forestry. 39: 286-291
Martin CA, Whitcomb SA, Stutz JC. (2010) Effects of frequent shearing on root growth and mycorrhizal colonization of two landscape shrubs Hortscience. 45: 1573-1576
Bills RJ, Stutz JC. (2009) AMF associated with indigenous and non-indigenous plants at urban and desert sites in Arizona Mycorrhizas - Functional Processes and Ecological Impact. 207-220
Whitcomb S, Stutz JC. (2007) Assessing diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a local community: role of sampling effort and spatial heterogeneity. Mycorrhiza. 17: 429-37
Beauchamp VB, Stromberg JC, Stutz JC. (2007) Flow regulation has minimal influence on mycorrhizal fungi of a semi-arid floodplain ecosystem despite changes in hydrology, soils, and vegetation Journal of Arid Environments. 68: 188-205
Beauchamp VB, Stromberg JC, Stutz JC. (2006) Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with Populus-Salix stands in a semiarid riparian ecosystem. The New Phytologist. 170: 369-80
Cho K, Toler H, Lee J, et al. (2006) Mycorrhizal symbiosis and response of sorghum plants to combined drought and salinity stresses. Journal of Plant Physiology. 163: 517-28
Beauchamp VB, Stromberg JC, Stutz JC. (2005) Interactions between Tamarix ramosissima (saltcedar), Populus fremontii (cottonwood), and mycorrhizal fungi: Effects on seedling growth and plant species coexistence Plant and Soil. 275: 221-231
Bricker JS, Stutz JC. (2005) Host range and distribution of the phytoplasma causing Arizona ash decline Journal of Arboriculture. 31: 257-262
Martin CA, Stutz JC. (2004) Interactive effects of temperature and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on growth, P uptake and root respiration of Capsicum annuum L. Mycorrhiza. 14: 241-4
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