Binu Mani Tripathi
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Tropical soil bacterial communities in Malaysia: pH dominates in the equatorial tropics too
BM Tripathi, M Kim, D Singh, L Lee-Cruz, A Lai-Hoe, AN Ainuddin, R Go, ...
Microbial ecology 64 (2), 474-484, 2012
1992012
Soil pH mediates the balance between stochastic and deterministic assembly of bacteria
BM Tripathi, JC Stegen, M Kim, K Dong, JM Adams, YK Lee
The ISME journal 12 (4), 1072-1083, 2018
1742018
Impact of logging and forest conversion to oil palm plantations on soil bacterial communities in Borneo
L Lee-Cruz, DP Edwards, BM Tripathi, JM Adams
Applied and environmental microbiology 79 (23), 7290-7297, 2013
1042013
Bacterial community dissimilarity between the surface and subsurface soils equals horizontal differences over several kilometers in the western Tibetan Plateau
H Chu, H Sun, BM Tripathi, JM Adams, R Huang, Y Zhang, Y Shi
Environmental Microbiology 18 (5), 1523-1533, 2016
952016
pH dominates variation in tropical soil archaeal diversity and community structure
BM Tripathi, M Kim, A Lai-Hoe, NAA Shukor, RA Rahim, R Go, JM Adams
FEMS microbiology ecology 86 (2), 303-311, 2013
782013
Soil pH and biome are both key determinants of soil archaeal community structure
BM Tripathi, M Kim, R Tateno, W Kim, J Wang, A Lai-Hoe, NAA Shukor, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 88, 1-8, 2015
572015
Shallow Water Marine Sediment Bacterial Community Shifts Along a Natural CO2 Gradient in the Mediterranean Sea Off Vulcano, Italy
D Kerfahi, JM Hall-Spencer, BM Tripathi, M Milazzo, J Lee, JM Adams
Microbial ecology 67 (4), 819-828, 2014
542014
Microbiome variation across amphibian skin regions: implications for chytridiomycosis mitigation efforts
A Bataille, L Lee-Cruz, B Tripathi, H Kim, B Waldman
Microbial ecology 71 (1), 221-232, 2016
492016
The impact of tropical forest logging and oil palm agriculture on the soil microbiome
BM Tripathi, DP Edwards, LW Mendes, M Kim, K Dong, H Kim, JM Adams
Molecular ecology 25 (10), 2244-2257, 2016
442016
Distinct bacterial communities dominate tropical and temperate zone leaf litter
M Kim, WS Kim, BM Tripathi, J Adams
Microbial ecology 67 (4), 837-848, 2014
432014
Effects of functionalized and raw multi-walled carbon nanotubes on soil bacterial community composition
D Kerfahi, BM Tripathi, D Singh, H Kim, S Lee, J Lee, JM Adams
PLoS One 10 (3), e0123042, 2015
412015
Salinity is a key determinant for soil microbial communities in a desert ecosystem
K Zhang, Y Shi, X Cui, P Yue, K Li, X Liu, BM Tripathi, H Chu
MSystems 4 (1), 2019
402019
Rainforest conversion to rubber plantation may not result in lower soil diversity of bacteria, fungi, and nematodes
D Kerfahi, BM Tripathi, K Dong, R Go, JM Adams
Microbial ecology 72 (2), 359-371, 2016
392016
The impact of selective-logging and forest clearance for oil palm on fungal communities in Borneo
D Kerfahi, BM Tripathi, J Lee, DP Edwards, JM Adams
PloS one 9 (11), e111525, 2014
352014
Effect of experimental soil disturbance and recovery on structure and function of soil community: a metagenomic and metagenetic approach
S Choi, H Song, BM Tripathi, D Kerfahi, H Kim, JM Adams
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-15, 2017
322017
Variations in bacterial and archaeal communities along depth profiles of Alaskan soil cores
BM Tripathi, M Kim, Y Kim, E Byun, JW Yang, J Ahn, YK Lee
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-11, 2018
292018
Predictable communities of soil bacteria in relation to nutrient concentration and successional stage in a laboratory culture experiment
W Song, M Kim, BM Tripathi, H Kim, JM Adams
Environmental microbiology 18 (6), 1740-1753, 2016
282016
Distinctive tropical forest variants have unique soil microbial communities, but not always low microbial diversity
BM Tripathi, W Song, JWF Slik, RS Sukri, S Jaafar, K Dong, JM Adams
Frontiers in microbiology 7, 376, 2016
272016
Spatial scaling effects on soil bacterial communities in Malaysian tropical forests
BM Tripathi, L Lee-Cruz, M Kim, D Singh, R Go, NAA Shukor, MHA Husni, ...
Microbial ecology 68 (2), 247-258, 2014
272014
Soil fungal community development in a high Arctic glacier foreland follows a directional replacement model, with a mid-successional diversity maximum
K Dong, B Tripathi, I Moroenyane, W Kim, N Li, H Chu, J Adams
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-9, 2016
262016
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