Ken Cullings
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Design and testing of a plant‐specific PCR primer for ecological and evolutionary studies
KW Cullings
Molecular ecology 1 (4), 233-240, 1992
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
Evolution of extreme specialization within a lineage of ectomycorrhizal epiparasites
KW Cullings, TM Szaro, TD Bruns
Nature 379 (6560), 63-66, 1996
The influence of clear-cutting on ectomycorrhizal fungus diversity in a lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) stand, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, and Gallatin …
KB Byrd, VT Parker, DR Vogler, KW Cullings
Canadian Journal of Botany 78 (2), 149-156, 2000
A 5.8 S nuclear ribosomal RNA gene sequence database: applications to ecology and evolution
KW Cullings, DR Vogler
Molecular Ecology 7 (7), 919-923, 1998
Ectomycorrhizal Specificity Patterns in a MixedPinus contorta and Picea engelmannii Forest in Yellowstone National Park
KW Cullings, DR Vogler, VT Parker, SK Finley
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 66 (11), 4988-4991, 2000
Conservation genetics of the fisher (Martes pennanti) based on mitochondrial DNA sequencing
RE Drew, JG Hallett, KB Aubry, KW Cullings, SM Koepf, WJ Zielinski
Molecular Ecology 12 (1), 51-62, 2003
Saprotrophic capabilities as functional traits to study functional diversity and resilience of ectomycorrhizal community
K Cullings, PE Courty
Oecologia 161 (4), 661-664, 2009
Single phylogenetic origin of ericoid mycorrhizae within the Ericaceae
KW Cullings
Canadian Journal of Botany 74 (12), 1896-1909, 1996
Effects of litter addition on ectomycorrhizal associates of a lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) stand in Yellowstone National Park
KW Cullings, MH New, S Makhija, VT Parker
Applied and environmental microbiology 69 (7), 3772-3776, 2003
Molecular phylogeny of the Monotropoideae (Ericaceae) with a note on the placement of the Pyroloideae
K Cullings
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 7 (4), 501-516, 1994
Defoliation effects on the ectomycorrhizal community of a mixed Pinus contorta/Picea engelmannii stand in Yellowstone Park
KW Cullings, DR Vogler, VT Parker, S Makhija
Oecologia 127 (4), 533-539, 2001
A preliminary survey of non-lichenized fungi cultured from the hyperarid Atacama Desert of Chile
CA Conley, G Ishkhanova, CP Mckay, K Cullings
Astrobiology 6 (4), 521-526, 2006
Defoliation effects on enzyme activities of the ectomycorrhizal fungus Suillus granulatus in a Pinus contorta (lodgepole pine) stand in Yellowstone National Park
K Cullings, G Ishkhanova, J Henson
Oecologia 158 (1), 77, 2008
Belowground ectomycorrhizal community structure of mature lodgepole pine and mixed conifer stands in Yellowstone National Park
RB Douglas, VT Parker, KW Cullings
Forest ecology and management 208 (1-3), 303-317, 2005
Molecular diversity of cyanobacteria inhabiting coniform structures and surrounding mat in a Yellowstone hot spring
E Lau, CZ Nash, DR Vogler, KW Cullings
Astrobiology 5 (1), 83-92, 2005
Ectomycorrhizal fungal associates of Pinus contorta in soils associated with a hot spring in Norris Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
KEN Cullings, S Makhija
Applied and environmental microbiology 67 (12), 5538-5543, 2001
Effects of artificial defoliation of pines on the structure and physiology of the soil fungal community of a mixed pine-spruce forest
K Cullings, C Raleigh, MH New, J Henson
Applied and environmental microbiology 71 (4), 1996-2000, 2005
Effects of severe dwarf mistletoe infection on the ectomycorrhizal community of a Pinus contorta stand in Yellowstone Park
K Cullings, C Raleigh, DR Vogler
Botany 83 (9), 1174-1180, 2005
Induction of saprophytic behavior in the ectomycorrhizal fungus Suillus granulatus by litter addition in a Pinus contorta (Lodgepole pine) stand in Yellowstone
K Cullings, G Ishkhanova, G Ishkhanov, J Henson
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42 (7), 1176-1178, 2010
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