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
Mycotaxon 32, 267-324, 1988
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 and procedures for culture development, documentation and storage.
Mycotaxon 18, 491-528, 1993
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
A monograph of the genus Gigaspora, incorporating developmental patterns of morphological characters
SP Bentivenga, JB Morton
Mycologia 87 (5), 719-731, 1995
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