Brian J. Pickles
Brian J. Pickles
Associate Professor of Ecology, University of Reading
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Inter-plant communication through mycorrhizal networks mediates complex adaptive behaviour in plant communities
MA Gorzelak, AK Asay, BJ Pickles, SW Simard
AoB plants 7, plv050, 2015
Navigating the labyrinth: a guide to sequence‐based, community ecology of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
MM Hart, K Aleklett, PL Chagnon, C Egan, S Ghignone, T Helgason, ...
New phytologist 207 (1), 235-247, 2015
Spatial and temporal ecology of Scots pine ectomycorrhizas
BJ Pickles, DR Genney, JM Potts, JJ Lennon, IC Anderson, IJ Alexander
New Phytologist 186 (3), 755-768, 2010
Spatial analysis of ectomycorrhizal fungi reveals that root tip communities are structured by competitive interactions
BJ Pickles, DR Genney, IC Anderson, IJ Alexander
Molecular Ecology 21 (20), 5110-5123, 2012
Ectomycorrhizas and climate change
BJ Pickles, KN Egger, HB Massicotte, DS Green
Fungal Ecology 5 (1), 73-84, 2012
Transfer of 13C between paired Douglas‐fir seedlings reveals plant kinship effects and uptake of exudates by ectomycorrhizas
BJ Pickles, R Wilhelm, AK Asay, AS Hahn, SW Simard, WW Mohn
New Phytologist 214 (1), 400-411, 2017
Wild insect diversity increases inter-annual stability in global crop pollinator communities
D Senapathi, J Fründ, M Albrecht, MPD Garratt, D Kleijn, BJ Pickles, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1947), 20210212, 2021
Local adaptation in migrated interior Douglas‐fir seedlings is mediated by ectomycorrhizas and other soil factors
BJ Pickles, BD Twieg, GA O'Neill, WW Mohn, SW Simard
New Phytologist 207 (3), 858-871, 2015
Shifts in ectomycorrhizal fungal communities and exploration types relate to the environment and fine-root traits across interior Douglas-fir forests of western Canada
CE Defrenne, TJ Philpott, SHA Guichon, WJ Roach, BJ Pickles, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 10, 643, 2019
Below‐ground biotic interactions moderated the postglacial range dynamics of trees
J Pither, BJ Pickles, SW Simard, A Ordonez, JW Williams
New Phytologist 220 (4), 1148-1160, 2018
Mycorrhizal networks and forest resilience to drought
BJ Pickles, SW Simard
Mycorrhizal mediation of soil, 319-339, 2017
Host and habitat filtering in seedling root-associated fungal communities: taxonomic and functional diversity are altered in ‘novel’soils
BJ Pickles, MA Gorzelak, DS Green, KN Egger, HB Massicotte
Mycorrhiza 25, 517-531, 2015
Still scratching the surface: how much of the ‘black box’of soil ectomycorrhizal communities remains in the dark?
BJ Pickles, J Pither
New Phytologist 201 (4), 1101-1105, 2014
Harvest intensity effects on carbon stocks and biodiversity are dependent on regional climate in Douglas-fir forests of British Columbia
SW Simard, WJ Roach, CE Defrenne, BJ Pickles, EN Snyder, A Robinson, ...
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 3, 88, 2020
Mycorrhizae for a sustainable world
BJ Pickles, C Truong, SJ Watts-Williams, CG Bueno
New Phytologist 225 (3), 1065-1069, 2020
Infrared radiative performance of urban trees: spatial distribution and interspecific comparison among ten species in the UK by in-situ spectroscopy
J Deng, BJ Pickles, ST Smith, L Shao
Building and Environment 172, 106682, 2020
Concept and methodology of characterising infrared radiative performance of urban trees using tree crown spectroscopy
J Deng, BJ Pickles, A Kavakopoulos, T Blanusa, CH Halios, ST Smith, ...
Building and Environment 157, 380-390, 2019
Native tree and shrub canopy facilitates oak seedling regeneration in semiarid woodland
L O'Donnell, BJ Pickles, CM Campbell, LL Moulton, NM Hauwert, ...
Ecosphere 11 (2), e03017, 2020
Exploring the symbiont diversity of ancient western redcedars: arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi of long‐lived hosts
MA Gorzelak, BJ Pickles, MM Hart
Molecular ecology 26 (6), 1586-1597, 2017
Spatial ecology of ectomycorrhizas: analytical strategies
BJ Pickles, D Genney, IJ Alexander, IC Anderson
Mycorrhizas-Functional Processes and Ecological Impact, 155-165, 2009
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