Thomas R. Horton
Thomas R. Horton
SUNY-ESF, Dept of Environmental and Forest Biology
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The molecular revolution in ectomycorrhizal ecology: peeking into the black‐box
TR Horton, TD Bruns
Molecular ecology 10 (8), 1855-1871, 2001
Belowground ectomycorrhizal fungal community change over a nitrogen deposition gradient in Alaska
EA Lilleskov, TJ Fahey, TR Horton, GM Lovett
Ecology 83 (1), 104-115, 2002
Socialism in soil? The importance of mycorrhizal fungal networks for facilitation in natural ecosystems
MGA Van Der Heijden, TR Horton
Journal of Ecology 97 (6), 1139-1150, 2009
A sequence database for the identification of ectomycorrhizal basidiomycetes by phylogenetic analysis
TD Bruns, TM Szaro, M Gardes, KW Cullings, JJ Pan, DL Taylor, ...
Molecular Ecology 7 (3), 257-272, 1998
Preserving accuracy in GenBank
TD Bruns, M Blackwell, I Edwards, AFS Taylor, T Horton, N Zhang, ...
Science 319 (5870), 2008
Mycorrhizal colonization of Pinus muricata from resistant propagules after a stand‐replacing wildfire
J Baar, TR Horton, AM Kretzer, TD Bruns
New Phytologist 143 (2), 409-418, 1999
Lack of belowground mutualisms hinders Pinaceae invasions
MA NUnez, TR Horton, D Simberloff
Ecology 90 (9), 2352-2359, 2009
Multiple‐host fungi are the most frequent and abundant ectomycorrhizal types in a mixed stand of Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) and bishop pine (Pinus muricata)
TR Horton, TD Bruns
New Phytologist 139 (2), 331-339, 1998
Ectomycorrhizal fungi associated with Arctostaphylos contribute to Pseudotsuga menziesii establishment
TR Horton, TD Bruns, VT Parker
Canadian Journal of Botany 77 (1), 93-102, 1999
Early effects of prescribed fire on the structure of the ectomycorrhizal fungus community in a Sierra Nevada ponderosa pine forest
ER Stendell, TR Horton, TD Bruns
Mycological Research 103 (10), 1353-1359, 1999
Detection of forest stand-level spatial structure in ectomycorrhizal fungal communities
EA Lilleskov, TD Bruns, TR Horton, D Lee Taylor, P Grogan
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 49 (2), 319-332, 2004
Douglas-fir ectomycorrhizae in 40-and 400-year-old stands: mycobiont availability to late successional western hemlock
TR Horton, R Molina, K Hood
Mycorrhiza 15 (6), 393-403, 2005
Ectomycorrhizal ecology under primary succession on coastal sand dunes: interactions involving Pinus contorta, suilloid fungi and deer
S Ashkannejhad, TR Horton
New Phytologist 169 (2), 345-354, 2006
Ectomycorrhizal, vesicular-arbuscular and dark septate fungal colonization of bishop pine (Pinus muricata) seedlings in the first 5 months of growth after wildfire
TR Horton, E Cázares, TD Bruns
Mycorrhiza 8 (1), 11-18, 1998
Conservation of ectomycorrhizal fungi: exploring the linkages between functional and taxonomic responses to anthropogenic N deposition
EA Lilleskov, EA Hobbie, TR Horton
fungal ecology 4 (2), 174-183, 2011
Ectomycorrhizal fungi introduced with exotic pine plantations induce soil carbon depletion
IH Chapela, LJ Osher, TR Horton, MR Henn
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 33 (12-13), 1733-1740, 2001
Molecular approaches to ectomycorrhizal diversity studies: variation in ITS at a local scale
TR Horton
Diversity and integration in Mycorrhizas, 29-39, 2002
Demography of northern flying squirrels informs ecosystem management of western interior forests
JF Lehmkuhl, KD Kistler, JS Begley, J Boulanger
Ecological Applications 16 (2), 584-600, 2006
95% of basidiospores fall within 1 m of the cap: a field-and modeling-based study
TE Galante, TR Horton, DP Swaney
Mycologia 103 (6), 1175-1183, 2011
A new time‐space accounting scheme to predict stream water residence time and hydrograph source components at the watershed scale
T Sayama, JJ McDonnell
Water Resources Research 45 (7), 2009
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