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Analysis of soil microbial community level physiological profiles in native and post-mining rehabilitation forest: Which substrates discriminate? Applied Soil Ecology. 56:27-34.. 2012.
The interactive effects of elevated ozone and wheat cultivars on soil microbial community composition and metabolic diversity. Applied Soil Ecology. 87:11-18.. 2015.
METABOLIC ACTIVITY AND GENETIC DIVERSITY OF MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES INHABITING THE RHIZOSPHERE OF HALOPHYTON PLANTS. Acta Microbiologica Et Immunologica Hungarica. 61:347-361.. 2014.
Effects of slope exposure on soil physico-chemical and microbiological properties along an altitudinal climosequence in the Italian Alps. Science of The Total Environment. 575:1041-1055.. 2017.
Global ecological predictors of the soil priming effect. Nature Communications. 10:9.. 2019.
The FungiResp method: An application of the MicroResp™ method to assess fungi in microbial communities as soil biological indicators. Ecological Indicators. 23:482-490.. 2012.
The FungiResp method: An application of the MicroResp (TM) method to assess fungi in microbial communities as soil biological indicators. Ecological Indicators. 23:482-490.. 2012.
Resilience of soil microbial communities impacted by severe drought and high temperature in the context of Mediterranean heat waves. European Journal of Soil Biology. 47:333-342.. 2011.
Soil microbial community responses to heat wave components: drought and high temperature. Climate Research. 66:243-264.. 2015.
Severe drought-induced community tolerance to heat wave. An experimental study on soil microbial processes. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 12:513-518.. 2012.
Soil microbial respiration and PICT responses to an industrial and historic lead pollution: a field study. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 23:4271-4281.. 2016.
Use of the MicroResp (TM) method to assess Pollution-Induced Community Tolerance in the context of metal soil contamination. Ecological Indicators. 40:27-33.. 2014.
Role of perennial plants in determining the activity of the microbial community in the Negev Desert ecosystem. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 40:2686-2695.. 2008.
Are Biological Effects of Desert Shrubs More Important than Physical Effects on Soil Microorganisms? Microbial Ecology. 59:121-129.. 2010.
Soil microbial communities vary in composition and functional strategy across soil aggregate size class regardless of tillage. Elementa-Science of the Anthropocene. 10:19.. 2022.
Similar spatial patterns of soil quality indicators in three poplar-based silvo-arable alley cropping systems in Germany. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 55:1-14.. 2019.
Effects of converting a temperate short-rotation coppice to a silvo-arable alley cropping agroforestry system on soil quality indicators. Agroforestry Systems. 94:389-400.. 2020.
Impact of willow-based grassland alley cropping in relation to its plant species diversity on soil ecology of former arable land. Applied Soil Ecology. 147:8.. 2020.
Microbial mechanisms of carbon and nitrogen acquisition in contrasting urban soils. European Journal of Soil Biology. 88:1-7.. 2018.
Context-dependent dynamics lead to the assembly of functionally distinct microbial communities. Nature Communications. 11:10.. 2020.
Levels and limits in artificial selection of communities. Ecology Letters. 18:1040-1048.. 2015.
Soil management intensity shifts microbial catabolic profiles across a range of European long-term field experiments. Applied Soil Ecology. 154:13.. 2020.
Novel soil quality indicators for the evaluation of agricultural management practices: a biological perspective. Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering. 7:257-274.. 2020.
Tropical Rainforest Restoration Plantations Are Slow to Restore the Soil Biological and Organic Carbon Characteristics of Old Growth Rainforest. Microbial Ecology. 79:432-442.. 2020.
Relationship between microbial composition and substrate use efficiency in tropical soil. Geoderma. 315:96-103.. 2018.