Amy R. Tuininga, Ph.D.

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2000 Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
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Ecology Biology, Environmental Sciences, Forestry and Wildlife Agriculture
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John Dighton grad student 2000 Rutgers, New Brunswick
 (Fire effects on ectomycorrhizal diversity, community structure, and function in the New Jersey Pine Barrens.)
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Aloisio JM, Tuininga AR, Lewis JD. (2016) Crop species selection effects on stormwater runoff and edible biomass in an agricultural green roof microcosm Ecological Engineering. 88: 20-27
Rubino L, Charles S, Sirulnik AG, et al. (2015) Invasive insect effects on nitrogen cycling and host physiology are not tightly linked. Tree Physiology. 35: 124-33
Ewing HA, Tuininga AR, Groffman PM, et al. (2015) Earthworms Reduce Biotic 15-Nitrogen Retention in Northern Hardwood Forests Ecosystems. 18: 328-342
Greengarten PJ, Tuininga AR, Morath SU, et al. (2011) Occurrence of soil- and tick-borne fungi and related virulence tests for pathogenicity to Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae). Journal of Medical Entomology. 48: 337-44
Parrent JL, Peay K, Arnold AE, et al. (2010) Moving from pattern to process in fungal symbioses: linking functional traits, community ecology and phylogenetics. The New Phytologist. 185: 882-6
Comas LH, Tuininga AR, Callahan HS. (2010) Advancing our current understanding of plant-fungal symbioses: bridging scales from local to global. The New Phytologist. 185: 871-3
Tuininga AR, Miller JL, Morath SU, et al. (2009) Isolation of entomopathogenic fungi from soils and Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) ticks: prevalence and methods. Journal of Medical Entomology. 46: 557-65
Avolio ML, Tuininga AR, Lewis JD, et al. (2009) Ectomycorrhizal responses to organic and inorganic nitrogen sources when associating with two host species. Mycological Research. 113: 897-907
Lewis JD, Licitra J, Tuininga AR, et al. (2008) Oak seedling growth and ectomycorrhizal colonization are less in eastern hemlock stands infested with hemlock woolly adelgid than in adjacent oak stands. Tree Physiology. 28: 629-36
Tuininga AR, Dighton J. (2004) Changes in ectomycorrhizal communities and nutrient availability following prescribed burns in two upland pink-oak forests in the New Jersey pine barrens Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 34: 1755-1765
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