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  • European derived Saccharomyces cerevisiae colonisation of New Zealand vineyards aided by humans. [Journal Article]
    FEMS Yeast Res 2016; 16(7)Gayevskiy V, Lee S, Goddard MR
  • Humans have acted as vectors for species and expanded their ranges since at least the dawn of agriculture. While relatively well characterised for macrofauna and macroflora, the extent and dynamics of human-aided microbial dispersal is poorly described. We studied the role which humans have played in manipulating the distribution of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, one of the world's most important micr…
  • Going back to the roots: the microbial ecology of the rhizosphere. [Review]
    Nat Rev Microbiol 2013; 11(11):789-99Philippot L, Raaijmakers JM, … van der Putten WH
  • The rhizosphere is the interface between plant roots and soil where interactions among a myriad of microorganisms and invertebrates affect biogeochemical cycling, plant growth and tolerance to biotic and abiotic stress. The rhizosphere is intriguingly complex and dynamic, and understanding its ecology and evolution is key to enhancing plant productivity and ecosystem functioning. Novel insights i…
  • Soil ecology of Coccidioides immitis at Amerindian middens in California. [Journal Article]
    Appl Microbiol 1974; 27(2):379-88Lacy GH, Swatek FE
  • Outbreaks of coccidioidomycosis and isolation of Coccidioides immitis have been reported from Amerindian middens. This study was undertaken to determine the most important ecological component(s) for the occurrence of C. immitis at archeological sites. Soils from 10 former Indian villages with no prior history of coccidioidal infection were collected and cultured. The physicochemical properties o…
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