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Glassman, S.I. et al. 2018. Decomposition responses to climate depend on microbial community composition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Doi: https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1811269115
Glassman S.I. and J.B.H. Martiny. 2018. Broadscale ecological patterns are robust to use of exact sequence variants versus operational taxonomic units. mSphere. Doi: 10.1128/mSphere.00148-18.
Nilsson R.H., A. F.S. Taylor, R.I. Adams, C. Baschien, J. Bengtsson-Palme, P. Cangren, C. Coleine, H.M. Daniel, S.I. Glassman et al. 2018. Taxonomic annotation of public fungal ITS sequences from the built environment – a report from an April 10-11, 2017 workshop (Aberdeen, UK). MycoKeys. doi: 10.3897/mycokeys.@.20887
Glassman, S.I., I.J. Wang and T.D. Bruns. 2017. Environmental filtering by pH and soil nutrients drives community assembly in fungi at fine spatial scales. Molecular Ecology. Doi: 10.1111/mec.14414.
Stav Livne-Luzon, O. Ovadia, G. Weber, Y. Avidan, H. Migael, S. I. Glassman, T. D. Bruns, and H. Shemesh. 2017. Small-scale spatial variability in the distribution of ectomycorrhizal fungi affects plant performance and fungal diversity. Ecology Letters 20 (9): 1192-1202.
Glassman, S.I., K.C. Lubetkin, J.A. Chung, and T.D. Bruns. 2017. The theory of island biogeography applies to ectomycorrhizal fungi in subalpine tree ‘islands’ at a fine scale. Ecosphere Doi: 10.1002/ecs2.1677
Rosenthal, L.M., S. Branco, J.A. Chung, S.I. Glassman, H.L. Liao, K.G. Peay, D.P. Smith, J.M. Talbot, J.W. Taylor, E.C. Vellinga, R. Vilgalys, and T.D. Bruns. 2017. Survey of athelioid corticioid fungi in North American pinaceous forests reveals hyperdiversity, underpopulated sequence databases, and species that are potentially ectomycorrhizal. Mycologia Doi: 10.1080/00275514.2017.1281677
Glassman, S.I., C.R. Levine, A.M. DiRocco, J.J. Battles, and T.D. Bruns. 2016. Ectomycorrhizal fungal spore bank recovery after a severe forest fire: Some like it hot. ISME J 10(5): 1228-1239.
Blog post I co-authored on analyzing ITS fungal amplicons: https://www.microbe.net/2015/03/05/fungal-amplicons/
Glassman, S.I., K.G. Peay, J.M. Talbot, D.P. Smith, J.A. Chung, J.W. Taylor, R. Vilgalys, and T.D. Bruns. 2015. A continental view of pine-associated ectomycorrhizal fungal spore banks: a quiescent functional guild with a strong biogeographic pattern. New Phytologist 205(4):1619-1631.
Shrestha, P., A. Ibanez, S. Bauer, S.I. Glassman, T.M. Szaro, T.D. Bruns, and J.W. Taylor. 2015. Fungi isolated from Miscanthus and sugarcane: Biomass conversion, fungal enzymes and hydrolysis of plant cell wall polymers. Biotechnology for Biofuels 8:38.
Talbot, J.M., T.D. Bruns, J.W. Taylor, D.P. Smith, S. Branco, S.I. Glassman, S. Erlandson,R. Vilgalys, H.L. Liao, M.E. Smith, and K.G. Peay. 2014. Endemism and functional convergence across the North American soil mycobiome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111(17): 6341-6346.
Talbot, J.M., T.D. Bruns, D.P. Smith, S. Branco, S.I. Glassman, S. Erlandson, R. Vilgalys, and K.G. Peay. 2012. Independent roles of ectomycorrhizal and saprotrophic communities in soil organic matter decomposition. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57(2013): 282-291.
Glassman, S.I. and B.B. Casper. 2012. Biotic contexts alter metal sequestration and AMF effects on plant growth in soils polluted with heavy metals. Ecology 93(7): 1550-1559.