Ashish A. Malik
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Plant diversity increases soil microbial activity and soil carbon storage
M Lange, N Eisenhauer, CA Sierra, H Bessler, C Engels, RI Griffiths, ...
Nature Communications 6, 6707, 2015
Soil fungal: bacterial ratios are linked to altered carbon cycling
AA Malik, S Chowdhury, V Schlager, A Oliver, J Puissant, PGM Vazquez, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 7, 1247, 2016
Importance of microbial soil organic matter processing in dissolved organic carbon production
A Malik, G Gleixner
FEMS microbiology ecology 86 (1), 139-148, 2013
Soil microbial carbon turnover decreases with increasing molecular size
A Malik, E Blagodatskaya, G Gleixner
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 62, 115-118, 2013
Rhizosphere bacterial carbon turnover is higher in nucleic acids than membrane lipids: implications for understanding soil carbon cycling
AA Malik, H Dannert, RI Griffiths, BC Thomson, G Gleixner
Frontiers in Microbiology 6, 268, 2015
Land use driven change in soil pH affects microbial carbon cycling processes
AA Malik, J Puissant, KM Buckeridge, T Goodall, N Jehmlich, ...
Nature Communications 9 (1), 3591, 2018
Distribution, sources and biogeochemistry of organic matter in a mangrove dominated estuarine system (Indian Sundarbans) during the pre-monsoon
R Ray, T Rixen, A Baum, A Malik, G Gleixner, TK Jana
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 167, 404-413, 2015
Online Stable Isotope Analysis of Dissolved Organic Carbon Size Classes Using Size Exclusion Chromatography Coupled to an Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometer
A Malik, A Scheibe, PA LokaBharathi, G Gleixner
Environmental Science & Technology 46 (18), 10123-10129, 2012
Bacterial physiological adaptations to contrasting edaphic conditions identified using landscape scale metagenomics
AA Malik, BC Thomson, AS Whiteley, M Bailey, RI Griffiths
mBio 8 (4), e00799-17, 2017
Linking molecular size, composition and carbon turnover of extractable soil microbial compounds
AA Malik, VN Roth, M Hébert, L Tremblay, T Dittmar, G Gleixner
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 100, 66-73, 2016
Plant diversity drives soil carbon storage by increased soil microbial activity
M Lange, N Eisenhauer, CA Sierra, H Bessler, C Engels, RI Griffiths, ...
Nature Communications 6, 6707, 2015
Alkaline phosphatase activity at the southwest coast of India: A comparison of locations differently affected by upwelling
SS Mamatha, A Malik, S Varik, V Parvathi, VK Jineesh, MU Gauns, ...
Journal of Sea Research 95, 196-205, 2015
Soil microbial communities with greater investment in resource acquisition have lower growth yield
AA Malik, J Puissant, T Goodall, SD Allison, RI Griffiths
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 132, 36-39, 2019
Nitrate reducing activity pervades surface waters during upwelling
SO Fernandes, R Halarnekar, A Malik, V Vijayan, S Varik, R Kumari, ...
Journal of Marine Systems 137, 35-46, 2014
Interactions between trophic levels in upwelling and non-upwelling regions during summer monsoon
A Malik, CEG Fernandes, MJBD Gonsalves, NS Subina, SS Mamatha, ...
Journal of Sea Research 95, 56-69, 2015
Defining trait-based microbial strategies with consequences for soil carbon cycling under climate change
AA Malik, JBH Martiny, EL Brodie, AC Martiny, KK Treseder, SD Allison
The ISME Journal, 1-9, 2019
Microbial Strategies for Drought Response Revealed by Transcriptomics and Metabolomics
SD Allison, AA Malik, T Swenson, C Weihe, EW Morrison, JBH Martiny, ...
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
The pH optimum of soil exoenzymes adapt to long term changes in soil pH
J Puissant, B Jones, T Goodall, D Mang, A Blaud, HS Gweon, A Malik, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 138, 107601, 2019
Physiological adaptations of leaf litter microbial communities to long-term drought
AA Malik, T Swenson, C Weihe, E Morrison, JBH Martiny, EL Brodie, ...
BioRxiv, 631077, 2019
Environmental context affects microbial ecophysiological mechanisms underpinning soil carbon storage under different land use
AA Malik, J Puissant, KM Buckeridge, T Goodall, N Jehmlich, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2017
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