Jay T. Lennon
Jay T. Lennon
Professor, Indiana University, Department of Biology
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Microbial seed banks: the ecological and evolutionary implications of dormancy
JT Lennon, SE Jones
Nature reviews microbiology 9 (2), 119-130, 2011
10022011
Fundamentals of microbial community resistance and resilience
A Shade, H Peter, SD Allison, D Baho, M Berga, H Bürgmann, DH Huber, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 3, 417, 2012
7482012
Dormancy contributes to the maintenance of microbial diversity
SE Jones, JT Lennon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (13), 5881-5886, 2010
6502010
Scaling laws predict global microbial diversity
KJ Locey, JT Lennon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (21), 5970-5975, 2016
5292016
Biodiversity may regulate the temporal variability of ecological systems
KL Cottingham, BL Brown, JT Lennon
Ecology Letters 4 (1), 72-85, 2001
4362001
Rapid responses of soil microorganisms improve plant fitness in novel environments
JA Lau, JT Lennon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (35), 14058-14062, 2012
3632012
Microbiomes in light of traits: a phylogenetic perspective
JBH Martiny, SE Jones, JT Lennon, AC Martiny
Science 350 (6261), 2015
3442015
Knowing when to draw the line: designing more informative ecological experiments
KL Cottingham, JT Lennon, BL Brown
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3 (3), 145-152, 2005
3272005
Temporal variability in soil microbial communities across land-use types
CL Lauber, KS Ramirez, Z Aanderud, JT Lennon, N Fierer
The ISME journal 7 (8), 1641-1650, 2013
2972013
Mapping the niche space of soil microorganisms using taxonomy and traits
JT Lennon, ZT Aanderud, BK Lehmkuhl, DR Schoolmaster Jr
Ecology 93 (8), 1867-1879, 2012
2642012
Evolutionary ecology of plant–microbe interactions: soil microbial structure alters selection on plant traits
JA Lau, JT Lennon
New Phytologist 192 (1), 215-224, 2011
2452011
Ecosystem consequences of changing inputs of terrestrial dissolved organic matter to lakes: current knowledge and future challenges
CT Solomon, SE Jones, BC Weidel, I Buffam, ML Fork, J Karlsson, ...
Ecosystems 18 (3), 376-389, 2015
2412015
Trait-based approaches for understanding microbial biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
S Krause, X Le Roux, PA Niklaus, PM Van Bodegom, JT Lennon, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 5, 251, 2014
2242014
The generation and maintenance of diversity in microbial communities
N Fierer, JT Lennon
American journal of botany 98 (3), 439-448, 2011
2242011
Fungal traits that drive ecosystem dynamics on land
KK Treseder, JT Lennon
Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews 79 (2), 243-262, 2015
2192015
Integrating microbial ecology into ecosystem models: challenges and priorities
KK Treseder, TC Balser, MA Bradford, EL Brodie, EA Dubinsky, VT Eviner, ...
Biogeochemistry 109 (1-3), 7-18, 2012
2182012
Relationships between protein-encoding gene abundance and corresponding process are commonly assumed yet rarely observed
JD Rocca, EK Hall, JT Lennon, SE Evans, MP Waldrop, JB Cotner, ...
The ISME journal 9 (8), 1693-1699, 2015
1742015
Source and supply of terrestrial organic matter affects aquatic microbial metabolism
JT Lennon, LE Pfaff
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 39 (2), 107-119, 2005
1392005
A multitrophic model to quantify the effects of marine viruses on microbial food webs and ecosystem processes
JS Weitz, CA Stock, SW Wilhelm, L Bourouiba, ML Coleman, A Buchan, ...
The ISME journal 9 (6), 1352-1364, 2015
1382015
Re-examination of the relationship between marine virus and microbial cell abundances
CH Wigington, D Sonderegger, CPD Brussaard, A Buchan, JF Finke, ...
Nature microbiology 1 (3), 15024, 2016
1282016
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