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TitleTypeIssue Date
AFLP-based assessment of the effects of environmental heavy metal pollution on the genetic structure of pioneer populations of Suillus luteus
NEW PHYTOLOGIST, 164(2). p. 297-303
Journal Contribution2004
An inter-laboratory study to test the ability of amendments to reduce the availability of Cd, Pb, and Zn in situ
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 138(1). p. 34-45
Journal Contribution2005
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and heavy metals: tolerance mechanisms and potential use in bioremediation
Prasad, M.N.V. & Sajwan, Kenneth S. & Naidu, Ravi (Ed.) Trace elements in the environment: biogeochemistry, biotechnology and bioremediation, p. 205-228.
Book Section2005
Assessing the rhizosphere for its potential role in the heavy metal accumulation by plants
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements, Uppsala, Sweden, June 15-19, 2003: vol. 2. p. 342-343.
Proceedings Paper2003
A zinc-adapted fungus protects pines from zinc stress
NEW PHYTOLOGIST, 161(2). p. 549-555
Journal Contribution2004
A zinc and cadmium tolerant population of the ectomycorrhizal fungus {N:Suillus luteus}
Proceedings of the COST Meeting: Arbuscular Mycorrhiza in Plant Health and Revegetation and Restoration Processes. p. 58-59.
Proceedings Paper2000
Bacterial communities associated with Brassica napusL. grown on trace element-contaminated and non-contaminated fields: a genotypic and phenotypic comparison
MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, 6 (4), p. 371-384
Journal Contribution2013
Cd-tolerant Suillus luteus: A fungal insurance for pines exposed to Cd
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 157(5). p. 1581-1588
Journal Contribution2009
Colonization of a copper polluted substrate by non-mycorrhizal and ecto-mycorrhizal Pinus sylvestris L. roots
Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on the Dynamics of Physiological Processes in Woody Roots, 26-30 September, Nancy, France. p. 152-153.
Proceedings Paper1999
Copper-adapted Suillus luteus, a symbiotic solution for pines colonizing Cu mine spoils
APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, 71(11). p. 7279-7284
Journal Contribution2005
Copper deficiency or toxicity in ectomycorrhizal pines?
Mycological research, 109. p. 2-4
Journal Contribution2005
Cryopreservation of ectomycorrhizal fungi has minor effects on root colonization of Pinus sylvestris plantlets and their subsequent nutrient uptake capacity
MYCORRHIZA, 23 (6), p. 463-471
Journal Contribution2013
Decomposition, nitrogen and phosphorus mineralization from beech leaf litter colonized with ectomycorrhizal or litter decomposing basidiomycetes
New phytologist, 134(1). p. 123-132
Journal Contribution1996
Differential responses of ectomycorrhizal fungi to heavy metals in vitro
MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 104. p. 1366-1371
Journal Contribution2000
Ecological aspects of phytostabilization of heavy metal contaminated soils
Topics in ecology: structure and function in plants and ecosystems, p. 299-306.
Book Section2000
Ectomycorrhizal fungi and heavy metal toxicity
Biotechnology for environmental applications: t. 2, p. 14-16.
Book Section2000
Ectomycorrhizal fungi can protect their host trees against heavy metal toxicity
Proceedings of the InterCOST Workshop on Bioremediation. p. 72-74.
Proceedings Paper2000
Ectomycorrhizal fungi protect their host plants against heavy metal toxicity
Proceedings of the Topical Days on Phytomanagement of Contaminated Environment. p. 34-38.
Proceedings Paper2000
Ectomycorrhizal protection of Pinus sylvestris against copper toxicity
NEW PHYTOLOGIST, 150(1). p. 203-213
Journal Contribution2001
Ectomycorrhizas impede phytoremediation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) both within and beyond the rhizosphere
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 142(1). p. 34-38
Journal Contribution2006
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