Nina Wurzburger
Nina Wurzburger
Odum School of Ecology, University of Georgia
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Potassium, phosphorus, or nitrogen limit root allocation, tree growth, or litter production in a lowland tropical forest
SJ Wright, JB Yavitt, N Wurzburger, BL Turner, EVJ Tanner, EJ Sayer, ...
Ecology 92 (8), 1616-1625, 2011
Root traits as drivers of plant and ecosystem functioning: current understanding, pitfalls and future research needs
GT Freschet, C Roumet, LH Comas, M Weemstra, AG Bengough, ...
New Phytologist 232 (3), 1123-1158, 2021
Molybdenum limitation of asymbiotic nitrogen fixation in tropical forest soils
AR Barron, N Wurzburger, JP Bellenger, SJ Wright, AML Kraepiel, ...
Nature Geoscience 2 (1), 42-45, 2009
A starting guide to root ecology: strengthening ecological concepts and standardising root classification, sampling, processing and trait measurements
GT Freschet, L Pagès, CM Iversen, LH Comas, B Rewald, C Roumet, ...
New Phytologist 232 (3), 973-1122, 2021
Fine‐root responses to fertilization reveal multiple nutrient limitation in a lowland tropical forest
N Wurzburger, SJ Wright
Ecology 96 (8), 2137-2146, 2015
Nitrogen and phosphorus interact to control tropical symbiotic N2 fixation: a test in Inga punctata
SA Batterman, N Wurzburger, LO Hedin
Journal of Ecology 101 (6), 1400-1408, 2013
Hemlock declines rapidly with hemlock woolly adelgid infestation: impacts on the carbon cycle of southern Appalachian forests
AE Nuckolls, N Wurzburger, CR Ford, RL Hendrick, JM Vose, ...
Ecosystems 12, 179-190, 2009
Molybdenum and phosphorus interact to constrain asymbiotic nitrogen fixation in tropical forests
N Wurzburger, JP Bellenger, AML Kraepiel, LO Hedin
PloS one 7 (3), e33710, 2012
Plant litter chemistry and mycorrhizal roots promote a nitrogen feedback in a temperate forest
N Wurzburger, RL Hendrick
Journal of Ecology 97 (3), 528-536, 2009
Rhododendron thickets alter N cycling and soil extracellular enzyme activities in southern Appalachian hardwood forests
N Wurzburger, RL Hendrick
Pedobiologia 50 (6), 563-576, 2007
Relationships between plant diversity and soil microbial diversity vary across taxonomic groups and spatial scales
L Liu, K Zhu, N Wurzburger, J Zhang
Ecosphere 11 (1), e02999, 2020
Root and leaf traits reflect distinct resource acquisition strategies in tropical lianas and trees
CG Collins, SJ Wright, N Wurzburger
Oecologia 180, 1037-1047, 2016
Association of ectomycorrhizal trees with high carbon‐to‐nitrogen ratio soils across temperate forests is driven by smaller nitrogen not larger carbon stocks
K Zhu, ML McCormack, RA Lankau, JF Egan, N Wurzburger
Journal of Ecology 106 (2), 524-535, 2018
Mycorrhizal associations of trees have different indirect effects on organic matter decomposition
MK Taylor, RA Lankau, N Wurzburger
Journal of Ecology 104 (6), 1576-1584, 2016
Drought enhances symbiotic dinitrogen fixation and competitive ability of a temperate forest tree
N Wurzburger, C Ford Miniat
Oecologia 174, 1117-1126, 2014
Soil DIC uptake and fixation in Pinus taeda seedlings and its C contribution to plant tissues and ectomycorrhizal fungi
CR Ford, N Wurzburger, RL Hendrick, RO Teskey
Tree Physiology 27 (3), 375-383, 2007
Taxonomic identity determines N2 fixation by canopy trees across lowland tropical forests
N Wurzburger, LO Hedin
Ecology Letters 19 (1), 62-70, 2016
Experimental evidence that mycorrhizal nitrogen strategies affect soil carbon
N Wurzburger, EN Brookshire
Ecology 98 (6), 1491-1497, 2017
Characterization of Pinus ectomycorrhizas from mixed conifer and pygmy forests using morphotyping and molecular methods
N Wurzburger, MI Bidartondo, CS Bledsoe
Canadian Journal of Botany 79 (10), 1211-1216, 2001
Mycorrhizal fungi as drivers and modulators of terrestrial ecosystem processes
N Wurzburger, EN Brookshire, ML McCormack, RA Lankau
New Phytologist 213 (3), 996-999, 2017
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