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Tolulope Grace Mafa-Attoye, Ph.D
Tolulope Grace Mafa-Attoye, Ph.D
School of Environmental Science, University of Guelph
Verified email at uoguelph.ca
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Riparian land-use systems impact soil microbial communities and nitrous oxide emissions in an agro-ecosystem
TG Mafa-Attoye, MA Baskerville, E Ofosu, M Oelbermann, ...
Science of the Total Environment 724, 138148, 2020
202020
Bacterial endophytes: diversity, functional importance, and potential for manipulation
M Tosi, J Gaiero, N Linton, T Mafa-Attoye, A Castillo, K Dunfield
Rhizosphere biology: interactions between microbes and plants, 1-49, 2021
122021
Root functional trait and soil microbial coordination: implications for soil respiration in riparian agroecosystems
KA Borden, TG Mafa-Attoye, KE Dunfield, NV Thevathasan, AM Gordon, ...
Frontiers in plant science, 1384, 2021
92021
Indications of shifting microbial communities associated with growing biomass crops on marginal lands in Southern Ontario
TG Mafa-Attoye, NV Thevathasan, KE Dunfield
Agroforestry Systems 94 (3), 735-746, 2020
92020
The role of plant functional traits and diversity in soil carbon dynamics within riparian agroforests
SW Buchanan, T Mafa‐Attoye, K Dunfield, NV Thevathasan, ME Isaac
Journal of environmental quality 51 (1), 33-43, 2022
62022
Roots alter soil microbial diversity and interkingdom interactions in diversified agricultural landscapes
TG Mafa‐Attoye, KA Borden, DO Alvarez, N Thevathasan, ME Isaac, ...
Oikos, 2022
22022
Understanding the diversity, abundance, and activity of microbial communities in riparian agroforestry systems
T Mafa-Attoye
University of Guelph, 2021
2021
Drivers of soil functioning within riparian agroforestry buffers: A structural equation modelling approach
SW Buchanan, T Mafa-Attoye, KE Dunfield, NV Thevathasan, ME Isaac
2020 ESA Annual Meeting (August 3-6), 0
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