Publications

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Author Title Type [ Year(Desc)]
2008
Oren A., Steinberger Y..  2008.  Catabolic profiles of soil fungal communities along a geographic climatic gradient in Israel. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 40:2578-2587.
Oren A., Steinberger Y..  2008.  Coping with artifacts induced by CaCO3–CO2–H2O equilibria in substrate utilization profiling of calcareous soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 40:2569-2577.
Shand CA, Williams BL, Coutts G.  2008.  Determination of N-species in soil extracts using microplate techniques. Talanta. 74:648-654.
Ginzburg O, Whitford W.G, Steinberger Y..  2008.  Effects of harvester ant (Messor spp.) activity on soil properties and microbial communities in a Negev Desert ecosystem. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 45:165-173.
Artz R.RE, Chapman S.J, Siegenthaler A., Mitchell E.AD, Buttler A., Bortoluzzi E., Gilbert D., Yli-Petays M., Vasander H., Francez A.J.  2008.  Functional microbial diversity in regenerating cutover peatlands responds to vegetation succession. Journal of Applied Ecology. 45:1799-1809.
Wakelin S.A, Macdonald L.M, Rogers S.L, Gregg A.L, Bolger T.P, Baldock J.A.  2008.  Habitat selective factors influencing the structural composition and functional capacity of microbial communities in agricultural soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 40:803-813.
Campbell C.D, Cameron C.M, Bastias B.A, Chen C.R, Cairney J.WG.  2008.  Long term repeated burning in a wet sclerophyll forest reduces fungal and bacterial biomass and responses to carbon substrates. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 40:2246-2252.
Berg N., Steinberger Y..  2008.  Role of perennial plants in determining the activity of the microbial community in the Negev Desert ecosystem. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 40:2686-2695.
Yan W, Artz RRE, Johnson D.  2008.  Species-specific effects of plants colonising cutover peatlands on patterns of carbon source utilisation by soil microorganisms. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 40:544-549.
He Y, Xu Z, Chen C, Burton J, Ma Q, Ge Y, Xu J.  2008.  Using light fraction and macroaggregate associated organic matters as early indicators for management-induced changes in soil chemical and biological properties in adjacent native and plantation forests of subtropical Australia. Geoderma. 147:116-125.