Emily C. Farrer, Ph.D.

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University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States 
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Deborah E. Goldberg grad student 2010 University of Michigan
 (Plant-environment feedbacks in a native and invasive system.)
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Brady MV, Farrer EC. (2024) The soil microbiome affects patterns of local adaptation in an alpine plant under moisture stress. American Journal of Botany. 111: e16304
Brigham LM, de Mesquita CPB, Spasojevic MJ, et al. (2023) Drivers of bacterial and fungal root endophyte communities: understanding the relative influence of host plant, environment, and space. Fems Microbiology Ecology
Schroeder CS, Kulick NK, Farrer EC. (2022) Saltwater intrusion indirectly intensifies Phragmites australis invasion via alteration of soil microbes. Scientific Reports. 12: 16582
Eydoux L, Farrer EC. (2020) Does salinity affect lifestyle switching in the plant pathogen ? Access Microbiology. 2: acmi000114
Farrer EC, Porazinska DL, Spasojevic MJ, et al. (2019) Soil Microbial Networks Shift Across a High-Elevation Successional Gradient. Frontiers in Microbiology. 10: 2887
Bueno de Mesquita CP, Brigham LM, Sommers P, et al. (2019) Evidence for phosphorus limitation in high-elevation unvegetated soils, Niwot Ridge, Colorado Biogeochemistry. 147: 1-13
Porazinska DL, Farrer EC, Spasojevic MJ, et al. (2018) Plant diversity and density predict belowground diversity and function in an early successional alpine ecosystem. Ecology
Bueno de Mesquita CP, Sartwell SA, Ordemann EV, et al. (2018) Patterns of root colonization by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and dark septate endophytes across a mostly-unvegetated, high-elevation landscape Fungal Ecology. 36: 63-74
Bueno de Mesquita CP, Knelman JE, King AJ, et al. (2017) Plant colonization of moss-dominated soils in the alpine: Microbial and biogeochemical implications Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 111: 135-142
Billingsley Tobias T, Farrer EC, Rosales A, et al. (2017) Seed-associated fungi in the alpine tundra: Both mutualists and pathogens could impact plant recruitment Fungal Ecology. 30: 10-18
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