Pål Axel Olsson
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Publikationer (hämtat ur Lunds universitets publikationsdatabas)
- A decade of free-air CO2 enrichment increased the carbon throughput in a grass-clover ecosystem but did not drastically change carbon allocation patterns
- Conservation of sandy calcareous grassland: what can be learned from the land use history?
- Interactive influence of light intensity and soil fertility on root-associated arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
- Natural Establishment of Specialist Plant Species after Topsoil Removal and Soil Perturbation in Degraded Calcareous Sandy Grassland
- Phosphorus and carbon availability regulate structural composition and complexity of AM fungal mycelium.
- Activity of temperate grassland plants and symbiotic fungi during the winter - implications for community structure and carbon cycling in a changing climate
- Allocation of carbon to mycorrhiza in the grasses Koeleria glauca and Corynephorus canescens in sandy grasslands
- Long-term changes in vegetation and soil chemistry in a calcareous and sandy semi-natural grassland
- Reductions in microbial biomass along disturbance gradients in a semi-natural grassland
- Soil disturbance as a restoration measure in dry sandy grasslands
- The effects of pH and disturbance on the bryophyte flora in calcareous sandy grasslands
- Elemental composition in vesicles of an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus, as revealed by PIXE analysis.
- Elemental composition of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi at high salinity.
- Immediate responses in soil chemistry, vegetation and ground beetles to soil perturbation when implemented as a restoration measure in decalcified sandy grassland
- Lack of arbuscular mycorrhizal colonisation in tea (Camellia sinensis L.) plants cultivated in Northern Iran
- Mechanical soil disturbance as a determinant of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in semi-natural grassland.
- Performance of Anisantha (Bromus) tectorum and Rumex acetosella in sandy calcareous soil
- Soil disturbance alters plant community composition and decreases mycorrhizal carbon allocation in a sandy grassland.
- Tit for tat? A mycorrhizal fungus accumulates phosphorus under low plant carbon availability.
- Acidification of a sandy grassland favours bacteria and disfavours fungal saprotrophs as estimated by fatty acid profiling
- Carbon dynamics in mycorrhizal symbioses is linked to carbon costs and phosphorus benefits
- Effects of soil disturbance on plant diversity of calcareous grasslands
- Plants as resource islands and storage units - adopting the mycocentric view of arbuscular mycorrhizal networks
- Soil chemistry of local vegetation gradients in sandy calcareous grasslands
- pH preferences of red-listed gasteromycetes in calcareous sandy grasslands: Implications for conservation and restoration
- Absence of carbon transfer between Medicago truncatula plants linked by a mycorrhizal network, demonstrated in an experimental microcosm
- Colonisation by arbuscular mycorrhizal and fine endophytic fungi in four woodland grasses - variation in relation to pH and aluminium
- Foraging strategies of the external mycelium of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi Glomus intraradices and Scutellospora calospora
- Phosphorus Availability Influences Elemental Uptake in the Mycorrhizal Fungus Glomus intraradices, as Revealed by PIXE Analysis.
- Carbon allocation in mycelia of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi during colonisation of plant seedlings
- Root colonisation by arbuscular mycorrhizal, fine endophytic and dark septate fungi across a pH gradient in acid beech forests
- Symbiotic fungi that are essential for plant nutrient uptake investigated with NMP
- Application of antisense transformation of a barley chitinase in studies of arbuscule formation by a mycorrhizal fungus
- C-13 incorporation into signature fatty acids as an assay for carbon allocation in arbuscular mycorrhiza
- Relative importance of burning, mowing and species translocation in the restoration of a former boreal hayfield: responses of plant diversity and the microbial community
- Temperature constraints on the growth and functioning of root organ cultures with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
- The influence of external nitrogen on carbon allocation to Glomus intraradices in monoxenic arbuscular mycorrhiza
- Tracking carbon from the atmosphere to the rhizosphere
- Colonisation and molecular diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in the aquatic plants Littorella uniflora and Lobelia dortmanna in southern Sweden
- Colonization by arbuscular mycorrhizal and fine endophytic fungi in herbaceous vegetation in the Canadian High Arctic
- Occurrence of non-mycorrhizal plant species in south Swedish rocky habitats is related to exchangeable soil phosphate
- Response of ericoid mycorrhizal colonization and functioning to global change factors
- The influence of collembolans and earthworms on AM fungal mycelium
- Allocation of plant carbon to foraging and storage in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
- Ergosterol and fatty acids for biomass estimation of mycorrhizal fungi
- Fungal lipid accumulation and development of mycelial structures by two arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
- Growth and interactions of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in soils from limestone and acid rock habitats
- Plantago lanceolata L. and Rumex acetosella L. differ in their utilisation of soil phosphorus fractions
- Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi respond to the substrate pH of their extraradical mycelium by altered growth and root colonization
- Phosphorus effects on metabolic processes in monoxenic arbuscular mycorrhiza cultures
- Rhizobium colonization induced changes in membrane-bound and soluble hydroxyproline-rich glycoprotein composition in pea.
- Structure and activity of the bacterial community in the rhizosphere of different plant species and the effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal colonisation
- Lipid and fatty acid composition of hyphae and spores of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi at different growth stages
- Molecular and anatomical evidence for a three-way association between Pinus sylvestris and the ectomycorrhizal fungi Suillus bovinus and Gomphidius roseus
- The growth of external AM fungal mycelium in sand dunes and in experimental systems