Bridging the gap between theory and practice in mycorrhizal management (Extended)

Principal Investigators:

Jason D. Hoeksema, Nancy C. Johnson, and James A. Umbanhowar

Research on interactions between plants and their symbiotic mycorrhizal fungi has increased dramatically during the last decade, generating a confusing body of theoretical and empirical results. Simultaneously, there has been an explosion in commercial applications of mycorrhizal fungi in agriculture, horticulture, forestry and ecosystem restoration. Considering the unexpected consequences of many human introductions of non-native plants and animals, and our current lack of understanding of the factors controlling mutualistic performance of mycorrhizas,... more

Participants and Meetings

ActivityDatesFurther Information
Working Group18th—23rd April 2007Participant List  

Participant Contact Information

Bala Chaudharyvbc2@nau.eduNorthern Arizona University
Catherine Gehringcatherine.gehring@nau.eduNorthern Arizona University
Jason D. Hoeksemajason.hoeksema@gmail.comUniversity of Mississippi
Nancy C. Johnsonnancy.johnson@nau.eduNorthern Arizona University
John N. Klironomosjohn.klironomos@ubc.caUniversity of Guelph
Roger Koiderkoide@psu.eduPennsylvania State University
R. Michael Millerrmmiller@anl.govArgonne National Laboratory
John C. Moorejcmoore@nrel.colostate.eduColorado State University
Anne Pringlepringle@oeb.harvard.eduHarvard University
Suzanne Simardsuzanne.simard@ubc.caUniversity of British Columbia
William Swensonthink.goedel@gmail.comUniversity of California, Riverside
James A. Umbanhowarjumbanho@unc.eduUniversity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Lawrence Walterslawrence.walters@nau.eduNorthern Arizona University
Gail W. Wilsongail.wilson@okstate.eduKansas State University
Catherine Zabinskicathyz@montana.eduMontana State University

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"Bridging the gap between theory and practice in mycorrhizal management (Extended)" is project ID: 11882