Prof. Martin Bidartondo
Prof. Martin Bidartondo
Imperial College London & Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
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Changing partners in the dark: isotopic and molecular evidence of ectomycorrhizal liaisons between forest orchids and trees
MI Bidartondo, B Burghardt, G Gebauer, TD Bruns, DJ Read
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
4532004
Epiparasitic plants specialized on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
MI Bidartondo, D Redecker, I Hijri, A Wiemken, TD Bruns, L Domínguez, ...
Nature 419 (6905), 389-392, 2002
3142002
The evolutionary ecology of myco‐heterotrophy
MI Bidartondo
New phytologist 167 (2), 335-352, 2005
3042005
Host specificity in ectomycorrhizal communities: what do the exceptions tell us?
TD Bruns, MI Bidartondo, DL Taylor
Integrative and comparative biology 42 (2), 352-359, 2002
2802002
Finding needles in haystacks: linking scientific names, reference specimens and molecular data for Fungi
CL Schoch, B Robbertse, V Robert, D Vu, G Cardinali, L Irinyi, W Meyer, ...
Database 2014, 2014
2682014
Fungal specificity bottlenecks during orchid germination and development
MI Bidartondo, DJ Read
Molecular Ecology 17 (16), 3707-3716, 2008
2422008
Preserving accuracy in GenBank
TD Bruns, M Blackwell, I Edwards, AFS Taylor, T Horton, N Zhang, ...
Science 319 (5870), 1616, 2008
2242008
The dawn of symbiosis between plants and fungi
MI Bidartondo, DJ Read, JM Trappe, V Merckx, R Ligrone, JG Duckett
Biology letters 7 (4), 574-577, 2011
2222011
Nitrogen availability is a primary determinant of conifer mycorrhizas across complex environmental gradients
F Cox, N Barsoum, EA Lilleskov, MI Bidartondo
Ecology letters 13 (9), 1103-1113, 2010
2082010
How to know unknown fungi: the role of a herbarium
PM Brock, H Döring, MI Bidartondo
New Phytologist 181 (3), 719-724, 2009
2062009
Extreme specificity in epiparasitic Monotropoideae (Ericaceae): widespread phylogenetic and geographical structure
MI Bidartondo, TD Bruns
Molecular Ecology 10 (9), 2285-2295, 2001
1932001
Fine‐level mycorrhizal specificity in the Monotropoideae (Ericaceae): specificity for fungal species groups
MI Bidartondo, TD Bruns
Molecular Ecology 11 (3), 557-569, 2002
1832002
The effects of above-and belowground mutualisms on orchid speciation and coexistence
RJ Waterman, MI Bidartondo, J Stofberg, JK Combs, G Gebauer, ...
The American Naturalist 177 (2), E54-E68, 2011
1822011
Specialized cheating of the ectomycorrhizal symbiosis by an epiparasitic liverwort
MI Bidartondo, TD Bruns, M Weiß, C Sérgio, DJ Read
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
1802003
Mutualistic mycorrhiza-like symbiosis in the most ancient group of land plants
CP Humphreys, PJ Franks, M Rees, MI Bidartondo, JR Leake, ...
Nature communications 1 (1), 1-7, 2010
1782010
Symbiotic options for the conquest of land
KJ Field, S Pressel, JG Duckett, WR Rimington, MI Bidartondo
Trends in ecology & evolution 30 (8), 477-486, 2015
1622015
Environment and host as large-scale controls of ectomycorrhizal fungi
S van der Linde, LM Suz, CDL Orme, F Cox, H Andreae, E Asi, B Atkinson, ...
Nature 558 (7709), 243-248, 2018
1592018
Deception above, deception below: linking pollination and mycorrhizal biology of orchids
RJ Waterman, MI Bidartondo
Journal of Experimental Botany 59 (5), 1085-1096, 2008
1552008
First evidence of mutualism between ancient plant lineages (H aplomitriopsida liverworts) and M ucoromycotina fungi and its response to simulated P alaeozoic changes in …
KJ Field, WR Rimington, MI Bidartondo, KE Allinson, DJ Beerling, ...
New Phytologist 205 (2), 743-756, 2015
1412015
Not every fungus is everywhere: scaling to the biogeography of fungal–plant interactions across roots, shoots and ecosystems
KG Peay, MI Bidartondo, A Elizabeth Arnold
New Phytologist 185 (4), 878-882, 2010
1252010
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