Michael G. Booth, Ph.D.

Yale University, New Haven, CT 
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Oswald J. Schmitz grad student 2005 Yale
 (On the ecology of ectomycorrhizal networks between overstorey trees and seedlings in a New England forest stand.)
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Karst J, Piculell B, Brigham C, et al. (2013) Fungal communities in soils along a vegetative ecotone. Mycologia. 105: 61-70
Booth MG, Hoeksema JD. (2010) Mycorrhizal networks counteract competitive effects of canopy trees on seedling survival. Ecology. 91: 2294-302
Geml J, Laursen GA, Herriott IC, et al. (2010) Phylogenetic and ecological analyses of soil and sporocarp DNA sequences reveal high diversity and strong habitat partitioning in the boreal ectomycorrhizal genus Russula (Russulales; Basidiomycota). The New Phytologist. 187: 494-507
Taylor DL, Herriott IC, Stone KE, et al. (2010) Structure and resilience of fungal communities in alaskan boreal forest soils1 Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 40: 1288-1301
Geml J, Laursen GA, Timling I, et al. (2009) Molecular phylogenetic biodiversity assessment of arctic and boreal ectomycorrhizal Lactarius Pers. (Russulales; Basidiomycota) in Alaska, based on soil and sporocarp DNA. Molecular Ecology. 18: 2213-27
Taylor DL, Booth MG, McFarland JW, et al. (2008) Increasing ecological inference from high throughput sequencing of fungi in the environment through a tagging approach. Molecular Ecology Resources. 8: 742-52
Schmitz OJ, Kalies EL, Booth MG. (2006) Alternative dynamic regimes and trophic control of plant succession Ecosystems. 9: 659-672
Booth MG. (2004) Mycorrhizal networks mediate overstorey-understorey competition in a temperate forest Ecology Letters. 7: 538-546
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