Thomas R. Horton
Thomas R. Horton
SUNY-ESF, Dept of Environmental and Forest Biology
Verified email at esf.edu - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
The molecular revolution in ectomycorrhizal ecology: peeking into the black‐box
TR Horton, TD Bruns
Molecular ecology 10 (8), 1855-1871, 2001
9722001
Belowground ectomycorrhizal fungal community change over a nitrogen deposition gradient in Alaska
EA Lilleskov, TJ Fahey, TR Horton, GM Lovett
Ecology 83 (1), 104-115, 2002
5852002
Socialism in soil? The importance of mycorrhizal fungal networks for facilitation in natural ecosystems
MGA Van Der Heijden, TR Horton
Journal of ecology 97 (6), 1139-1150, 2009
5562009
Preserving accuracy in GenBank
TD Bruns, M Blackwell, I Edwards, AFS Taylor, T Horton, N Zhang, ...
Science 319 (5870), 2008
368*2008
A sequence database for the identification of ectomycorrhizal basidiomycetes by phylogenetic analysis
TD Bruns, TM Szaro, M Gardes, KW Cullings, JJ Pan, DL Taylor, ...
Molecular Ecology 7 (3), 257-272, 1998
3661998
Mycorrhizal colonization of Pinus muricata from resistant propagules after a stand‐replacing wildfire
J Baar, TR Horton, AM Kretzer, TD Bruns
New Phytologist 143 (2), 409-418, 1999
3371999
Lack of belowground mutualisms hinders Pinaceae invasions
MA NUnez, TR Horton, D Simberloff
Ecology 90 (9), 2352-2359, 2009
2892009
Multiple‐host fungi are the most frequent and abundant ectomycorrhizal types in a mixed stand of Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) and bishop pine (Pinus muricata)
TR Horton, TD Bruns
New Phytologist 139 (2), 331-339, 1998
2741998
Ectomycorrhizal fungi associated with Arctostaphylos contribute to Pseudotsuga menziesii establishment
TR Horton, TD Bruns, VT Parker
Canadian Journal of Botany 77 (1), 93-102, 1999
2451999
Early effects of prescribed fire on the structure of the ectomycorrhizal fungus community in a Sierra Nevada ponderosa pine forest
ER Stendell, TR Horton, TD Bruns
Mycological Research 103 (10), 1353-1359, 1999
2281999
Detection of forest stand-level spatial structure in ectomycorrhizal fungal communities
EA Lilleskov, TD Bruns, TR Horton, D Lee Taylor, P Grogan
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 49 (2), 319-332, 2004
2212004
Ectomycorrhizal ecology under primary succession on coastal sand dunes: interactions involving Pinus contorta, suilloid fungi and deer
S Ashkannejhad, TR Horton
New Phytologist 169 (2), 345-354, 2006
2192006
Ectomycorrhizal, vesicular-arbuscular and dark septate fungal colonization of bishop pine (Pinus muricata) seedlings in the first 5 months of growth after wildfire
TR Horton, E Cázares, TD Bruns
Mycorrhiza 8 (1), 11-18, 1998
2141998
Conservation of ectomycorrhizal fungi: exploring the linkages between functional and taxonomic responses to anthropogenic N deposition
EA Lilleskov, EA Hobbie, TR Horton
fungal ecology 4 (2), 174-183, 2011
2092011
Ectomycorrhizal fungi introduced with exotic pine plantations induce soil carbon depletion
IH Chapela, LJ Osher, TR Horton, MR Henn
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 33 (12-13), 1733-1740, 2001
1762001
Molecular approaches to ectomycorrhizal diversity studies: variation in ITS at a local scale
TR Horton
Diversity and integration in Mycorrhizas, 29-39, 2002
1532002
Demography of northern flying squirrels informs ecosystem management of western interior forests
JF Lehmkuhl, KD Kistler, JS Begley, J Boulanger
Ecological Applications 16 (2), 584-600, 2006
149*2006
95% of basidiospores fall within 1 m of the cap: a field-and modeling-based study
TE Galante, TR Horton, DP Swaney
Mycologia 103 (6), 1175-1183, 2011
1322011
A new time‐space accounting scheme to predict stream water residence time and hydrograph source components at the watershed scale
T Sayama, JJ McDonnell
Water Resources Research 45 (7), 2009
120*2009
Pezizalean mycorrhizas and sporocarps in ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) after prescribed fires in eastern Oregon, USA
KE Fujimura, JE Smith, TR Horton, NS Weber, JW Spatafora
Mycorrhiza 15 (2), 79-86, 2005
1092005
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20