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Tim J Daniell
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Ploughing up the wood-wide web?
T Helgason, TJ Daniell, R Husband, AH Fitter, JPW Young
Nature 394 (6692), 431-431, 1998
13171998
Improving intercropping: a synthesis of research in agronomy, plant physiology and ecology
RW Brooker, AE Bennett, WF Cong, TJ Daniell, TS George, PD Hallett, ...
New Phytologist 206 (1), 107-117, 2015
10352015
Large‐scale parallel 454 sequencing reveals host ecological group specificity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a boreonemoral forest
M Ípik, M Metsis, TJ Daniell, M Zobel, M Moora
New Phytologist 184 (2), 424-437, 2009
6102009
Molecular diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi colonising arable crops
TJ Daniell, R Husband, AH Fitter, JPW Young
FEMS microbiology ecology 36 (2-3), 203-209, 2001
5762001
Arbuscular mycorrhizal community composition associated with two plant species in a grassland ecosystem
P Vandenkoornhuyse, R Husband, TJ Daniell, IJ Watson, JM Duck, ...
Molecular Ecology 11 (8), 1555-1564, 2002
5572002
Pathogenesis, parasitism and mutualism in the trophic space of microbe–plant interactions
AC Newton, BDL Fitt, SD Atkins, DR Walters, TJ Daniell
Trends in microbiology 18 (8), 365-373, 2010
3712010
Linking the bacterial community in pea aphids with host‐plant use and natural enemy resistance
J Ferrari, AC Darby, TJ Daniell, HCJ Godfray, AE Douglas
Ecological Entomology 29 (1), 60-65, 2004
3242004
Three-dimensional microorganization of the soil–root–microbe system
DS Feeney, JW Crawford, T Daniell, PD Hallett, N Nunan, K Ritz, M Rivers, ...
Microbial ecology 52, 151-158, 2006
2832006
Soil nitrate reducing processes–drivers, mechanisms for spatial variation, and significance for nitrous oxide production
M Giles, N Morley, EM Baggs, TJ Daniell
Frontiers in microbiology 3, 407, 2012
2472012
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in plant roots are not random assemblages
J Davison, M Ípik, TJ Daniell, M Moora, M Zobel
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 78 (1), 103-115, 2011
2462011
High diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a boreal herb‐rich coniferous forest
M Ípik, M Moora, M Zobel, ▄ Saks, R Wheatley, F Wright, T Daniell
New Phytologist 179 (3), 867-876, 2008
2232008
Symbiotic relationships between soil fungi and plants reduce N2O emissions from soil
SF Bender, F Plantenga, A Neftel, M Jocher, HR Oberholzer, L K÷hl, ...
The ISME journal 8 (6), 1336-1345, 2014
1972014
Diversity of bacteria associated with natural aphid populations
S Haynes, AC Darby, TJ Daniell, G Webster, FJF Van Veen, HCJ Godfray, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 69 (12), 7216-7223, 2003
1792003
Isolation and identification of synthetic pyrethroid‐degrading bacteria
RJ Grant, TJ Daniell, WB Betts
Journal of Applied Microbiology 92 (3), 534-540, 2002
1532002
Distribution of soil carbon and microbial biomass in arable soils under different tillage regimes
B Sun, PD Hallett, S Caul, TJ Daniell, DW Hopkins
Plant and Soil 338, 17-25, 2011
1252011
Relationship between assemblages of mycorrhizal fungi and bacteria on grass roots
BK Singh, N Nunan, KP Ridgway, J McNicol, JPW Young, TJ Daniell, ...
Environmental Microbiology 10 (2), 534-541, 2008
1232008
Fungal and bacterial denitrification are differently affected by long-term pH amendment and cultivation of arable soil
MB Herold, EM Baggs, TJ Daniell
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 54, 25-35, 2012
1212012
Integrating soil quality changes to arable agricultural systems following organic matter addition, or adoption of a ley-arable rotation
BS Griffiths, BC Ball, TJ Daniell, PD Hallett, R Neilson, RE Wheatley, ...
Applied Soil Ecology 46 (1), 43-53, 2010
1172010
Genetic studies of the structure and diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities
JP Clapp, T Helgason, TJ Daniell, J Peter, W Young
Mycorrhizal ecology, 201-224, 2003
1032003
Molecular sequencing and morphological analysis of a nematode community
BS Griffiths, S Donn, R Neilson, TJ Daniell
Applied Soil Ecology 32 (3), 325-337, 2006
932006
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