Benjamin Sikes
Benjamin Sikes
University of Kansas / Kansas Biological Survey
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Soil microbes drive the classic plant diversity–productivity pattern
SA Schnitzer, JN Klironomos, J HilleRisLambers, LL Kinkel, PB Reich, ...
Ecology 92 (2), 296-303, 2011
4962011
Plant and fungal identity determines pathogen protection of plant roots by arbuscular mycorrhizas
BA Sikes, K Cottenie, JN Klironomos
Journal of Ecology 97 (6), 1274-1280, 2009
2962009
Deciphering the relative contributions of multiple functions within plant–microbe symbioses
BA Sikes, JR Powell, MC Rillig
Ecology 91 (6), 1591-1597, 2010
872010
When do arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi protect plant roots from pathogens?
BA Sikes
Plant signaling & behavior 5 (6), 763-765, 2010
762010
Rapid growth of a Eurasian haplotype of Phragmites australis in a restored brackish marsh in Louisiana, USA
RJ Howard, SE Travis, BA Sikes
Biological Invasions 10 (3), 369-379, 2008
592008
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities change among three stages of primary sand dune succession but do not alter plant growth
BA Sikes, H Maherali, JN Klironomos
Oikos 121 (11), 1791-1800, 2012
522012
Import volumes and biosecurity interventions shape the arrival rate of fungal pathogens
BA Sikes, JL Bufford, PE Hulme, JA Cooper, PR Johnston, RP Duncan
PLoS biology 16 (5), e2006025, 2018
382018
Plant and root endophyte assembly history: interactive effects on native and exotic plants
BA Sikes, CV Hawkes, T Fukami
Ecology 97 (2), 484-493, 2016
252016
Spatial heterogeneity in mycorrhizal populations and communities: scales and mechanisms
BE Wolfe, JL Parrent, AM Koch, BA Sikes, M Gardes, JN Klironomos
Mycorrhizas-Functional Processes and Ecological Impact, 167-185, 2009
242009
Taxonomic similarity, more than contact opportunity, explains novel plant–pathogen associations between native and alien taxa
JL Bufford, PE Hulme, BA Sikes, JA Cooper, PR Johnston, RP Duncan
New Phytologist 212 (3), 657-667, 2016
232016
Mycorrhizal fungal growth responds to soil characteristics, but not host plant identity, during a primary lacustrine dune succession
BA Sikes, H Maherali, JN Klironomos
Mycorrhiza 24 (3), 219-226, 2014
222014
Frequent fire reorganizes fungal communities and slows decomposition across a heterogeneous pine savanna landscape
TA Semenova‐Nelsen, WJ Platt, TR Patterson, J Huffman, BA Sikes
New Phytologist 224 (2), 916-927, 2019
202019
Determining a minimum detection threshold in terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis
KC Courtney, LD Bainard, BA Sikes, AM Koch, H Maherali, JN Klironomos, ...
Journal of microbiological methods 88 (1), 14-18, 2012
132012
Field-based effects of allelopathy in invaded tallgrass prairie
J Harnden, AS MacDougall, BA Sikes
Botany 89 (4), 227-234, 2011
132011
Method or madness: does OTU delineation bias our perceptions of fungal ecology?
JR Powell, BA Sikes
Wiley, 2014
112014
Research on mutualisms between native and non-native partners can contribute critical ecological insights
CE Aslan, BA Sikes, KB Gedan
Pensoft Publishers, 2015
102015
Recurrent fires do not affect the abundance of soil fungi in a frequently burned pine savanna
PM Hansen, TA Semenova-Nelsen, WJ Platt, BA Sikes
Fungal ecology 42, 100852, 2019
92019
Community structure of soil fungi in a novel perennial crop monoculture, annual agriculture, and native prairie reconstruction
TP McKenna, TE Crews, L Kemp, BA Sikes
PloS one 15 (1), e0228202, 2020
82020
Novel interactions between alien pathogens and native plants increase plant–pathogen network connectance and decrease specialization
JL Bufford, PE Hulme, BA Sikes, JA Cooper, PR Johnston, RP Duncan
Journal of Ecology 108 (2), 750-760, 2020
42020
Frequent fire slows microbial decomposition of newly deposited fine fuels in a pyrophilic ecosystem
JR Hopkins, JM Huffman, WJ Platt, BA Sikes
Oecologia 193 (3), 631-643, 2020
32020
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