Joseph Morton
Joseph Morton
Professor of Environmental Microbiology, West Virginia University
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Reconstructing the early evolution of Fungi using a six-gene phylogeny
TY James, F Kauff, CL Schoch, PB Matheny, V Hofstetter, CJ Cox, G Celio, ...
Nature 443 (7113), 818-822, 2006
Revised classification of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (Zygomycetes): a new order, Glomales, two new suborders, Glomineae and Gigasporineae, and two new families …
JB Morton, GL Benny
Mycotaxon 37, 471-491, 1990
Host-dependent sporulation and species diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a mown grassland
JD Bever, JB Morton, J Antonovics, PA Schultz
Journal of ecology, 71-82, 1996
An evidence-based consensus for the classification of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (Glomeromycota)
D Redecker, A Schüßler, H Stockinger, SL Stürmer, JB Morton, C Walker
Mycorrhiza 23, 515-531, 2013
Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi: More Diverse than Meets the Eye, and the Ecological Tale of Why: The high diversity of ecologically distinct species of arbuscular mycorrhizal …
JD Bever, PA Schultz, A Pringle, JB Morton
Bioscience 51 (11), 923-931, 2001
Two new families of Glomales, Archaeosporaceae and Paraglomaceae, with two new genera Archaeospora and Paraglomus, based on concordant molecular and …
JB Morton, D Redecker
Mycologia 93 (1), 181-195, 2001
Time-course study and partial characterization of a protein on hyphae of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi during active colonization of roots
SF Wright, M Franke-Snyder, JB Morton, A Upadhyaya
Plant and soil 181, 193-203, 1996
Taxonomy of VA mycorrhizal fungi: Classification, nomenclature, and identification.
JB Morton
Role of niche restrictions and dispersal in the composition of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities
Y Lekberg, RT Koide, JR Rohr, L ALDRICH‐WOLFE, JB Morton
Journal of Ecology 95 (1), 95-105, 2007
Ancestral lineages of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (Glomales)
D Redecker, JB Morton, TD Bruns
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 14 (2), 276-284, 2000
Successive pot cultures reveal high species richness of arbuscular endomycorrhizal fungi in arid ecosystems
JC Stutz, JB Morton
Canadian Journal of Botany 74 (12), 1883-1889, 1996
Germ plasm in the International Collection of Arbuscular and Vesicular-arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (INVAM) and procedures for culture development, documentation and storage.
JB Morton, SP Bentivenga, WW Wheeler
Fatty acid methyl ester profiles for characterization of glomalean fungi and their endomycorrhizae
JH Graham, NC Hodge, JB Morton
Applied and environmental microbiology 61 (1), 58-64, 1995
Arbuscular mycorrhizal communities in tropical forests are affected by host tree species and environment
CE Lovelock, K Andersen, JB Morton
Oecologia 135, 268-279, 2003
Diversity of communities of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi present in conventional versus low-input agricultural sites in eastern Pennsylvania, USA
M Franke-Snyder, DD Douds Jr, L Galvez, JG Phillips, P Wagoner, ...
Applied Soil Ecology 16 (1), 35-48, 2001
Patterns of species composition and distribution of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in arid regions of southwestern North America and Namibia, Africa
JC Stutz, R Copeman, CA Martin, JB Morton
Canadian Journal of Botany 78 (2), 237-245, 2000
Discovery, measurement, and interpretation of diversity in arbuscular endomycorrhizal fungi (Glomales, Zygomycetes)
JB Morton, SP Bentivenga, JD Bever
Canadian Journal of Botany 73 (S1), 25-32, 1995
Lack of global population genetic differentiation in the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae suggests a recent range expansion which may have …
S Rosendahl, P Mcgee, JB Morton
Molecular ecology 18 (20), 4316-4329, 2009
Levels of diversity in endomycorrhizal fungi (Glomales, Zygomycetes) and their role in defining taxonomic and non-taxonomic groups
JB Morton, SP Bentivenga
Plant and soil 159, 47-59, 1994
Three New Species of Acaulospora (Endogonaceae) From High Aluminum, Low Ph Soils in West Virginia
JB Morton
Mycologia 78 (4), 641-648, 1986
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