Liz Koziol
Liz Koziol
University of Kansas, the Land Institute, MycoBloom LLC
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The missing link in grassland restoration: arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi inoculation increases plant diversity and accelerates succession
L Koziol, JD Bever
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (5), 1301-1309, 2017
The plant microbiome and native plant restoration: the example of native mycorrhizal fungi
L Koziol, PA Schultz, GL House, JT Bauer, EL Middleton, JD Bever
BioScience 68 (12), 996-1006, 2018
Mycorrhizal response trades off with plant growth rate and increases with plant successional status
L Koziol, JD Bever
Ecology 96 (7), 1768-1774, 2015
Locally adapted arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi improve vigor and resistance to herbivory of native prairie plant species
EL Middleton, S Richardson, L Koziol, CE Palmer, Z Yermakov, ...
Ecosphere 6 (12), 1-16, 2015
Reduced drought tolerance during domestication and the evolution of weediness results from tolerance–growth trade-offs
L Koziol, LH Rieseberg, N Kane, JD Bever
Evolution 66 (12), 3803-3814, 2012
AMF, phylogeny, and succession: specificity of response to mycorrhizal fungi increases for late‐successional plants
L Koziol, JD Bever
Ecosphere 7 (11), e01555, 2016
Ecology of Floristic Quality Assessment: testing for correlations between coefficients of conservatism, species traits and mycorrhizal responsiveness
JT Bauer, L Koziol, JD Bever
AoB plants 10 (1), plx073, 2018
Mycorrhizal feedbacks generate positive frequency dependence accelerating grassland succession
L Koziol, JD Bever
Journal of Ecology 107 (2), 622-632, 2019
Sensitivity to AMF species is greater in late‐successional than early‐successional native or nonnative grassland plants
TE Cheeke, C Zheng, L Koziol, CR Gurholt, JD Bever
Ecology 100 (12), e02855, 2019
Local adaptation of mycorrhizae communities changes plant community composition and increases aboveground productivity
JT Bauer, L Koziol, JD Bever
Oecologia 192 (3), 735-744, 2020
Manipulating plant microbiomes in the field: Native mycorrhizae advance plant succession and improve native plant restoration
L Koziol, JT Bauer, EB Duell, K Hickman, GL House, PA Schultz, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 59 (8), 1976-1985, 2022
Response of bacterial communities and plant-mediated soil processes to nitrogen deposition and precipitation in a desert steppe
Z Wang, R Na, L Koziol, MP Schellenberg, X Li, N Ta, K Jin, H Wang
Plant and Soil 448, 277-297, 2020
Relationships between soil biodiversity and multifunctionality in croplands depend on salinity and organic matter
J Jia, J Zhang, Y Li, L Koziol, L Podzikowski, M Delgado-Baquerizo, ...
Geoderma 429, 116273, 2023
Native plant abundance, diversity, and richness increases in prairie restoration with field inoculation density of native mycorrhizal amendments
L Koziol, TE Crews, JD Bever
Restoration Ecology 28, S373-S380, 2020
Asymmetric facilitation induced by inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi leads to overyielding in maize/faba bean intercropping
G Wang, C Ye, J Zhang, L Koziol, JD Bever, X Li
Journal of plant interactions 14 (1), 10-20, 2019
Microbial mediators of plant community response to long‐term N and P fertilization: Evidence of a role of plant responsiveness to mycorrhizal fungi
G Wang, L Koziol, BL Foster, JD Bever
Global Change Biology 28 (8), 2721-2735, 2022
Abiotic and biotic context dependency of perennial crop yield
TP McKenna, L Koziol, JD Bever, TE Crews, BA Sikes
PLoS One 15 (6), e0234546, 2020
Benefits of native mycorrhizal amendments to perennial agroecosystems increases with field inoculation density
L Koziol, TE Crews, JD Bever
Agronomy 9 (7), 353, 2019
Native arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi promote native grassland diversity and suppress weeds 4 years following inoculation
L Koziol, TP McKenna, TE Crews, JD Bever
Restoration Ecology 31 (4), e13772, 2023
Native mycorrhizal fungi improve milkweed growth, latex, and establishment while some commercial fungi may inhibit them
L Koziol, PA Schultz, S Parsons, JD Bever
Ecosphere 13 (5), e4052, 2022
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