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Amanda Asay Publication

Publications:

Asay AK, Pickles BJ, Dudley SA, Aitken SN, Durall DM, Simard SW. (2016) Evidence of kin recognition in conifers and the role of mycorrhizal networks (submitted).

Gorzelak MA, Asay AK, Pickles BJ, Simard SW. 2015. Inter-plant communication through mycorrhizal networks mediates complex adaptive behaviour in plant communities. AoB PLANTS 7: plv050–.

Pickles BJ, Wilhelm R., Asay AK., Hahn A., Simard SW, Mohn W. (2015) Mycorrhizae dominate belowground carbon assimilation and transfer among Douglas-fir seedlings. The ISME Journal (submitted).

Book chapters:

Simard S, Asay A, Beiler K, Bingham M, Deslippe J, He X, Philip L, Song Y. 2015. Resource Transfer Between Plants Through Ectomycorrhizal Fungal Networks. In: Horton TR, ed. Mycorrhizal Networks. Springer Netherlands, 133–176. Posters: Asay AK, Simard SW, Aitken SN, Durall DM, Dudley SA, Pickles BJ, Wilhelm R. (2014) Mycorrhizal facilitation of kin recognition in interior Douglas-fir, TerreWEB open house poster presentation, November 25, 2014.

Other:

Asay AK (2013-2016). Intelligent Forest. A Documentary Film. Scientific Advisor. Benjamin Rover Productions, Lithuania.

 

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