Fritz Oehl
Fritz Oehl
Agroscope - University of Basel - ETH Zürich - University of Hohenheim
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Impact of land use intensity on the species diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in agroecosystems of Central Europe
F Oehl, E Sieverding, K Ineichen, P Mäder, T Boller, A Wiemken
Applied and environmental microbiology 69 (5), 2816-2824, 2003
8722003
Impact of long-term conventional and organic farming on the diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
F Oehl, E Sieverding, P Mäder, D Dubois, K Ineichen, T Boller, ...
Oecologia 138 (4), 574-583, 2004
6482004
Soil type and land use intensity determine the composition of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities
F Oehl, E Laczko, A Bogenrieder, K Stahr, R Bösch, M van der Heijden, ...
Soil biology and biochemistry 42 (5), 724-738, 2010
4442010
Community structure of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi at different soil depths in extensively and intensively managed agroecosystems
F Oehl, E Sieverding, K Ineichen, EA Ris, T Boller, A Wiemken
New Phytologist 165 (1), 273-283, 2005
3992005
Communities of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in arable soils are not necessarily low in diversity
I Hijri, Z Sýkorová, F Oehl, K Ineichen, P Mäder, A Wiemken, D Redecker
Molecular Ecology 15 (8), 2277-2289, 2006
3602006
Advances in Glomeromycota taxonomy and classification
F Oehl, E Sieverding, J Palenzuela, K Ineichen, GA da Silva
IMA fungus 2 (2), 191-199, 2011
3032011
Basal organic phosphorus mineralization in soils under different farming systems
F Oehl, E Frossard, A Fliessbach, D Dubois, A Oberson
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 36 (4), 667-675, 2004
2162004
Distinct sporulation dynamics of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities from different agroecosystems in long-term microcosms
F Oehl, E Sieverding, K Ineichen, P Maeder, A Wiemken, T Boller
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 134 (3-4), 257-268, 2009
2042009
Kinetics of microbial phosphorus uptake in cultivated soils
F Oehl, A Oberson, M Probst, A Fliessbach, HR Roth, E Frossard
Biology and Fertility of Soils 34 (1), 31-41, 2001
1902001
Phosphorus budget and phosphorus availability in soils under organic and conventional farming
F Oehl, A Oberson, HU Tagmann, JM Besson, D Dubois, P Mäder, ...
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 62 (1), 25-35, 2002
1802002
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in sub-Saharan Savannas of Benin, West Africa, as affected by agricultural land use intensity and ecological zone
A Tchabi, D Coyne, F Hountondji, L Lawouin, A Wiemken, F Oehl
Mycorrhiza 18 (4), 181-195, 2008
1732008
Glomeromycota: three new genera and glomoid species reorganized
F Oehl, GA Silva, BT Goto, E Sieverding
Mycotaxon 116 (1), 75-120, 2011
1592011
Impact of conservation tillage and organic farming on the diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
V Säle, P Aguilera, E Laczko, P Mäder, A Berner, U Zihlmann, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 84, 38-52, 2015
1582015
Outline of Fungi and fungus-like taxa
NN Wijayawardene, KD Hyde, LKT Al-Ani, L Tedersoo, D Haelewaters, ...
Mycosphere 11 (1), 1060-1456, 2020
1502020
Rhizoglomus, a new genus of the Glomeraceae
E Sieverding, GA da Silva, R Berndt, F Oehl
Mycotaxon 129 (2), 373-386, 2014
1382014
Revision of Entrophospora and description of Kuklospora and Intraspora, two new genera in the arbuscular mycorrhizal Glomeromycetes
E Sieverding, F Oehl
Journal of Applied Botany and Food Quality 80 (1), 69-81, 2006
1372006
Organic phosphorus mineralization studies using isotopic dilution techniques
F Oehl, A Oberson, S Sinaj, E Frossard
Soil Science Society of America Journal 65 (3), 780-787, 2001
1372001
Revision of Scutellospora and description of five new genera and three new families in the arbuscular mycorrhiza-forming Glomeromycetes
F Oehl, FA de Souza, E Sieverding
Mycotaxon 106 (1), 311-360, 2008
1292008
Acaulospora alpina, a new arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal species characteristic for high mountainous and alpine regions of the Swiss Alps
F Oehl, Z Sykorova, D Redecker, A Wiemken, E Sieverding
Mycologia 98 (2), 286-294, 2006
982006
Agricultural practices indirectly influence plant productivity and ecosystem services through effects on soil biota
L Köhl, F Oehl, MGA van der Heijden
Ecological Applications 24 (7), 1842-1853, 2014
952014
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