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Kamini Khosla
Kamini Khosla
University of Guelph
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Quantification of bacterial non-specific acid (phoC) and alkaline (phoD) phosphatase genes in bulk and rhizosphere soil from organically managed soybean fields
TD Fraser, DH Lynch, J Gaiero, K Khosla, KE Dunfield
Applied soil ecology 111, 48-56, 2017
1122017
The influence of tillage on the structure of rhizosphere and root-associated arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities
JM Mirás-Avalos, PM Antunes, A Koch, K Khosla, JN Klironomos, ...
Pedobiologia 54 (4), 235-241, 2011
772011
Farm system management affects community structure of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
KD Schneider, DH Lynch, K Dunfield, K Khosla, J Jansa, RP Voroney
Applied Soil Ecology 96, 192-200, 2015
422015
Spatial variability of microbial communities in a fractured sedimentary rock matrix impacted by a mixed organics plume
GP Lima, JR Meyer, K Khosla, KE Dunfield, BL Parker
Journal of contaminant hydrology 218, 110-119, 2018
72018
The establishment of apple orchards as temperate forest garden systems and their impact on indigenous bacterial and fungal population abundance in Southern Ontario, Canada
PC Wartman, KE Dunfield, K Khosla, C Loucks, RC Van Acker, RC Martin
Renewable agriculture and food systems 32 (2), 157-168, 2017
72017
Soil microbial communities influencing organic phosphorus mineralization in a coastal dune chronosequence in New Zealand
JR Gaiero, M Tosi, E Bent, G Boitt, K Khosla, BL Turner, AE Richardson, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 97 (4), fiab034, 2021
62021
Identification of degrader bacteria and fungi enriched in rhizosphere soil from a toluene phytoremediation site using DNA stable isotope probing
M BenIsrael, JZ Habtewold, K Khosla, P Wanner, R Aravena, BL Parker, ...
International Journal of Phytoremediation 23 (8), 846-856, 2021
22021
Quantitative trait loci for upper temperature tolerance in rainbow trout: A linkage mapping approach
K Khosla
University of Guelph, 2006
2006
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