José Ignacio Querejeta
José Ignacio Querejeta
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ECOLOGY OF MYCORRHIZAE: A Conceptual Framework for Complex Interactions Among Plants and Fungi
MF Allen, W Swenson, JI Querejeta, LM Egerton-Warburton, KK Treseder
Annual Review of Phytopathology 41 (1), 271-303, 2003
Temperature dependence of soil CO2 efflux is strongly modulated by seasonal patterns of moisture availability in a Mediterranean ecosystem
M Almagro, J López, JI Querejeta, M Martínez-Mena
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (3), 594-605, 2009
Common mycorrhizal networks provide a potential pathway for the transfer of hydraulically lifted water between plants
LM Egerton-Warburton, JI Querejeta, MF Allen
Journal of Experimental Botany 58 (6), 1473-1483, 2007
Direct nocturnal water transfer from oaks to their mycorrhizal symbionts during severe soil drying
J Querejeta, LM Egerton-Warburton, MF Allen
Oecologia 134, 55-64, 2003
Isotopes reveal contrasting water use strategies among coexisting plant species in a Mediterranean ecosystem
C Moreno‐Gutiérrez, TE Dawson, E Nicolás, JI Querejeta
New Phytologist 196 (2), 489-496, 2012
Water source partitioning among trees growing on shallow karst soils in a seasonally dry tropical climate
JI Querejeta, H Estrada-Medina, MF Allen, JJ Jiménez-Osornio
Oecologia 152, 26-36, 2007
Hydraulic lift may buffer rhizosphere hyphae against the negative effects of severe soil drying in a California Oak savanna
JI Querejeta, LM Egerton-Warburton, MF Allen
Soil biology and Biochemistry 39 (2), 409-417, 2007
Topographic position modulates the mycorrhizal response of oak trees to interannual rainfall variability
JI Querejeta, LM Egerton-Warburton, MF Allen
Ecology 90 (3), 649-662, 2009
Differential response of δ13C and water use efficiency to arbuscular mycorrhizal infection in two aridland woody plant species
JI Querejeta, JM Barea, MF Allen, F Caravaca, A Roldán
Oecologia 135, 510-515, 2003
Soil water availability improved by site preparation in a Pinus halepensis afforestation under semiarid climate
JI Querejeta, A Roldán, J Albaladejo, V Castillo
Forest Ecology and Management 149 (1-3), 115-128, 2001
Differential modulation of host plant δ13C and δ18O by native and nonnative arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a semiarid environment
JI Querejeta, MF Allen, F Caravaca, A Roldán
New Phytologist 169 (2), 379-387, 2006
The role of mycorrhizae, site preparation, and organic amendment in the afforestation of a semi-arid Mediterranean site with Pinus halepensis
JI Querejeta, A Roldán, J Albaladejo, VM Castillo
Forest Science 43, 203-211, 1998
Three hydro‐seeding revegetation techniques for soil erosion control on anthropic steep slopes
J Albaladejo Montoro, J Alvarez Rogel, J Querejeta, E Díaz, V Castillo
Land degradation & development 11 (4), 315-325, 2000
Utilization of bedrock water by Brosimum alicastrum trees growing on shallow soil atop limestone in a dry tropical climate
JI Querejeta, H Estrada-Medina, MF Allen, JJ Jiménez-Osornio, R Ruenes
Plant and Soil 287 (1-2), 187-197, 2006
Water uptake depth is coordinated with leaf water potential, water‐use efficiency and drought vulnerability in karst vegetation
Y Ding, Y Nie, H Chen, K Wang, JI Querejeta
New Phytologist 229 (3), 1339-1353, 2021
Water transfer via ectomycorrhizal fungal hyphae to conifer seedlings
AH Plamboeck, TE Dawson, LM Egerton-Warburton, M North, TD Bruns, ...
Mycorrhiza 17, 439-447, 2007
Soil Physical Properties and Moisture Content Affected by Site Preparation in the Afforestation of a Semiarid Rangeland
JI Querejeta, A Roldan, J Albaladejo, V Castillo
Soil Science Society of America Journal 64 (6), 2087-2095, 2000
Usefulness of pioneer vegetation for the phytomanagement of metal (loid) s enriched tailings: Grasses vs. shrubs vs. trees
I Parraga-Aguado, JI Querejeta, MN González-Alcaraz, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 133, 51-58, 2014
Stand structure modulates the long‐term vulnerability of Pinus halepensis to climatic drought in a semiarid Mediterranean ecosystem
C MORENO‐GUTIÉRREZ, G Battipaglia, P Cherubini, M Saurer, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 35 (6), 1026-1039, 2012
The “isohydric trap”: A proposed feedback between water shortage, stomatal regulation, and nutrient acquisition drives differential growth and survival of European pines under …
D Salazar‐Tortosa, J Castro, P Villar‐Salvador, B Viñegla, L Matías, ...
Global Change Biology 24 (9), 4069-4083, 2018
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