David D. Myrold

Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
Soil Science Agriculture, Microbiology Biology, Molecular Biology
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JIA Z, MYROLD DD, CONRAD R. (2020) Soil biodiversity in a rapidly changing world Pedosphere. 30: 1-4
DANIELSON RE, MCGINNIS ML, HOLUB SM, et al. (2020) Soil fungal and prokaryotic community structure exhibits differential short-term responses to timber harvest in the Pacific Northwest Pedosphere. 30: 109-125
JIA Z, ZHOU X, XIA W, et al. (2020) Evidence for niche differentiation of nitrifying communities in grassland soils after 44 years of different field fertilization scenarios Pedosphere. 30: 87-97
Lu X, Taylor AE, Myrold DD, et al. (2020) Expanding perspectives of soil nitrification to include ammonia‐oxidizing archaea and comammox bacteria Soil Science Society of America Journal. 84: 287-302
Nguyen TTH, Myrold DD, Mueller RS. (2019) Distributions of Extracellular Peptidases Across Prokaryotic Genomes Reflect Phylogeny and Habitat. Frontiers in Microbiology. 10: 413
Chacon SS, Reardon PN, Burgess CJ, et al. (2019) Mineral Surfaces As Agents of Environmental Proteolysis: Mechanisms and Controls. Environmental Science & Technology
Tzanakakis VA, Taylor AE, Bakken LR, et al. (2019) Relative activity of ammonia oxidizing archaea and bacteria determine nitrification-dependent N2O emissions in Oregon forest soils Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 139: 107612
Nguyen T, Kleber M, Myrold DD. (2019) Contribution of different catalytic types of peptidases to soil proteolytic activity Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 138: 107578
Taylor AE, Myrold DD, Bottomley PJ. (2019) Temperature affects the kinetics of nitrite oxidation and nitrification coupling in four agricultural soils Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 136: 107523
Sun R, Myrold DD, Wang D, et al. (2019) AOA and AOB communities respond differently to changes of soil pH under long-term fertilization Soil Ecology Letters. 1: 126-135
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