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Ian A. Dickie
Ian A. Dickie
University of Canterbury, School of Biological Sciences; Bio-Protection Research Centre
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Redefining fine roots improves understanding of below‐ground contributions to terrestrial biosphere processes
ML McCormack, IA Dickie, DM Eissenstat, TJ Fahey, CW Fernandez, ...
New Phytologist 207 (3), 505-518, 2015
7642015
Rooting theories of plant community ecology in microbial interactions
JD Bever, IA Dickie, E Facelli, JM Facelli, J Klironomos, M Moora, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 25 (8), 468-478, 2010
7412010
Assembly history dictates ecosystem functioning: evidence from wood decomposer communities
T Fukami, IA Dickie, J Paula Wilkie, BC Paulus, D Park, A Roberts, ...
Ecology letters 13 (6), 675-684, 2010
5262010
Vertical niche differentiation of ectomycorrhizal hyphae in soil as shown by T‐RFLP analysis
IA Dickie, B Xu, RT Koide
New Phytologist 156 (3), 527-535, 2002
4922002
Organic nutrient uptake by mycorrhizal fungi enhances ecosystem carbon storage: a model‐based assessment
KH Orwin, MUF Kirschbaum, MG St John, IA Dickie
Ecology Letters 14 (5), 493-502, 2011
3212011
Ectomycorrhizal fungal communities at forest edges
IAN A. DICKIE, PB Reich
Journal of Ecology 93 (2), 244-255, 2005
2682005
Co‐invasion by Pinus and its mycorrhizal fungi
IA Dickie, N Bolstridge, JA Cooper, DA Peltzer
New Phytologist 187 (2), 475-484, 2010
2592010
Conflicting values: ecosystem services and invasive tree management
IA Dickie, BM Bennett, LE Burrows, MA Nuñez, DA Peltzer, A Porté, ...
Biological invasions 16 (3), 705-719, 2014
2562014
Influences of established trees on mycorrhizas, nutrition, and growth of Quercus rubra seedlings
IA Dickie, RT Koide, KC Steiner
Ecological Monographs 72 (4), 505-521, 2002
2412002
Preserving accuracy in GenBank
MI Bidartondo, TD Bruns, M Blackwell, I Edwards, AFS Taylor, T Horton, ...
Science 319 (5870), 1616a, 2008
2372008
Negative soil feedbacks accumulate over time for non‐native plant species
JM Diez, I Dickie, G Edwards, PE Hulme, JJ Sullivan, RP Duncan
Ecology Letters 13 (7), 803-809, 2010
2342010
Species‐and community‐level patterns in fine root traits along a 120 000‐year soil chronosequence in temperate rain forest
RJ Holdaway, SJ Richardson, IA Dickie, DA Peltzer, DA Coomes
Journal of Ecology 99 (4), 954-963, 2011
2182011
DNA metabarcoding—Need for robust experimental designs to draw sound ecological conclusions
L Zinger, A Bonin, IG Alsos, M Bálint, H Bik, F Boyer, AA Chariton, S Creer, ...
Molecular ecology 28 (8), 1857-1862, 2019
2072019
Using terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism (T-RFLP) to identify mycorrhizal fungi: a methods review
IA Dickie, RG FitzJohn
Mycorrhiza 17 (4), 259-270, 2007
1992007
Do assembly history effects attenuate from species to ecosystem properties? A field test with wood‐inhabiting fungi
IA Dickie, T Fukami, JP Wilkie, RB Allen, PK Buchanan
Ecology letters 15 (2), 133-141, 2012
1892012
A common framework for identifying linkage rules across different types of interactions
I Bartomeus, D Gravel, JM Tylianakis, MA Aizen, IA Dickie, ...
Functional Ecology 30 (12), 1894-1903, 2016
1712016
Effects of mycorrhizal fungi on plant populations
RT Koide, IA Dickie
Diversity and integration in mycorrhizas, 307-317, 2002
1712002
Forces that structure plant communities: quantifying the importance of the mycorrhizal symbiosis
J Klironomos, M Zobel, M Tibbett, WD Stock, MC Rillig, JL Parrent, ...
The New Phytologist 189 (2), 366-370, 2011
1682011
Mycorrhizas and mycorrhizal fungal communities throughout ecosystem development
IA Dickie, LB Martínez-García, N Koele, GA Grelet, JM Tylianakis, ...
Plant and Soil 367 (1), 11-39, 2013
1652013
Host identity is a dominant driver of mycorrhizal fungal community composition during ecosystem development
LB Martínez‐García, SJ Richardson, JM Tylianakis, DA Peltzer, IA Dickie
New Phytologist 205 (4), 1565-1576, 2015
1582015
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