University of California, Riverside

Center for Conservation Biology



Soil Lab - Publications


Current (as of April 2016) list of Dr. Allen´s publications.

Books

  • Gomez-Pompa, A., M.F. Allen, S. Fedick, and J.J. Jimenez-Osornio. 2003. Lowland Maya Area: Three millennia at the human-wildland interface. Haworth Press, N.Y. 659 pp.
  • Allen, M.F. 1991. The Ecology of Mycorrhizae. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge Studies in Ecology series.
  • Allen, M.F. (ed.) 1992. Mycorrhizal Functioning. Chapman Hall. Williams, S.E. & M.F. Allen (eds). 1984. VA mycorrhizae and reclamation of arid and semiarid lands. University of Wyoming Experiment Station. 91 pp.

Theses

  • Allen, M.F. 1977. Decomposition of six litter types under controlled conditions: a study of rates and decomposing organisms. M.S. Thesis, Dept. of Botany, University of Wyoming, Laramie. Martha Christensen, Major Professor.
  • Allen, M.F. 1980. Physiological alterations associated with vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal infection of Bouteloua gracilis. PhD Dissertation, Dept. of Botany, University of Wyoming, Laramie. Martha Christensen, Major Professor.

Referred Papers and Book Chapters


  • Pivovaroff, A.L. L.S. Santiago, G.L. Vourlitis, D.A. Grantz, and M.F. Allen. 2016. Plant hydraulic responses to long-term dry season nitrogen deposition alter drought tolerance in a Mediterranean-type ecosystem" (Ms. No. OECO-D-15-00636R3). Oecologia, in press.
  • Allen, M.F. 2016. If you want to understand nature, stick your head in the sand! LA+ Journal of Landscale Architecture. in press.
  • Murphy-Marisal, M.L., C.W. Barrows and M.F. Allen 2015. Native Wildlife Use Of Highway Underpasses In A Desert Environment. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1894/0038-4909-60.4.340. Southwestern Naturalist 60: 340-348.
  • Allen, M.F. 2015. How oaks respond to water. pp 13-22 In Standiford, R. B.; Purcell, K. L., tech. cords. 2015. Proceedings of the seventh California oak symposium: managing oak woodlands in a dynamic world. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-251. Berkeley, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. 579 p.
  • Hernandez, R.R., M.K. Hoffacker, M.L. Murphy-Mariscal, G. Wu and M.F. Allen. 2015. Solar energy development impacts on land-cover change and protected areas. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 112: 13579-14584. www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1517656112.
  • Harmon, T.C., D. Dierick, N. Trahan, M.F. Allen, P Rundel, S. Oberbauer, L. Schwendenmann, and T.J. Zelikova. 2015. Low cost soil CO2 efflux and point concentration sensing systems for terrestrial ecology applications. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. Doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12426. 5p.
  • Allen, M.F. and K. Kitajima. 2014. Net primary production of ectomycorrhizas in a California forest. Fungal Ecology 10: 81-90. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.funeco.2014.01.007.
  • Allen, M.F., C.W. Barrows, M.D. Bell, G.D. Jenerette, R.F. Johnson, and E.B. Allen. 2014. Threats to California’s Desert Ecosystems. Fremontia 42: 3-8.
  • Allen, M.F., K. Kitajima, R.R. Hernandez. 2014. Mycorrhizae and global change. Pp. 37-59: in M. Tausz, N.E. Grulke (eds). Trees in a changing environment. Springer- Plant Sciences, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
  • Droser, M.L., G.G. Gehling, M.E. Dzaugis, M.J. Kennedy, D. Rice, and M.F. Allen. 2014. A new Ediacaran fossil with a novel sediment displacive life habit. Journal of Paleontology 88: 145-151.
  • Hernandez, R.R., S.B. Easter, M.L. Murphy-Mariscal, F.T. Maestre, M. Tavassoli, E.B. Allen, C.W. Barrows, J. Belnap, R. Ochoa-Hueso, S. Ravi, and M.F. Allen. 2014. Environmental impacts of utility-scale solar energy. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 29: 766-779.
  • Bledsoe, C.S., M.F. Allen and D. Southworth. 2014. Beyond mutualism: Complex mycorrhizal interactions. U. Lüttge et al., (eds), Progress in Botany 75: DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-38797-5_10
  • Kitajima, K., M.F. Allen and M.L. Goulden. 2013. Contribution of Hydraulically Lifted Deep Moisture to the Water Budget in a Southern California Mixed Forest. Journal of Geophysical Research- Biogeosciences 118: 1561-1572
  • Allen, M.F. and K. Kitajima. 2013. In situ high frequency observations of mycorrhizas. New Phytologist 200: 222-228. doi: 10.1111/nph.12363. 7 pages.
  • Egerton-Warburton L.M., Querejeta J.I., Allen M.F. and Finkelman S.L . 2013. Mycorrhizal Fungi, Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, Elsevier. 27-Sep-13 doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-409548-9.05226-X.
  • Hernandez, R.R. and M.F. Allen. 2013. Diurnal patterns of productivity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi revealed with the soil ecosystem observatory. New Phytologist 200: 547-557. Doi:10.1111/nph.12393
  • Estrada-Medina, H., L.S. Santiago, R.C. Graham, M.F. Allen, J.J. Jiménez-Osornio. 2013. Source water, phenology and growth of two tropical dry forest tree species growing on shallow karst soils. Trees 27: 1297-1307. DOI 10.1007/s00468-013-0878-9
  • Estrada-Medina, H., R.C. Graham, M.F. Allen, J.J. Jiménez-Osornio, and S. Robles-Casolco. 2013. The importance of limestone bedrock and dissolution karst features on tree root distribution in northern Yucatán, México. Plant and Soil 362:37-50. DOI 10.1007/s11104-012-1175-x
  • Hernandez, R.R., M.S. Mayernik, M.L. Murphy-Mariscal, and M.F. Allen. 2012. Advanced technologies and data management practices in environmental science: Lessons from Academia. BioScience 62: 1067-1076. DOI: 10.1525/bio.2012.62.12.8
  • Preston, K.L., R.A. Redak, M.F. Allen and J.T. Rotenberry. 2012. Changing Distribution Patterns of the Endangered Quino Checkerspot: Linking Local Extinction Patterns and Variable Habitat Relationships. Biological Conservation 152: 280-290. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2012.03.011
  • Estrada-Medina, H., R.C. Graham, M.F. Allen, J.J. Jiménez-Osornio, and S. Robles-Casolco. 2012 In press. The importance of limestone bedrock and dissolution karst features on tree root distribution in northern Yucatán, México. Plant and Soil DOI 10.1007/s11104- 012-1175-x
  • Querejeta, J.I., L.M. Egerton-Warburton, I. Prieto, R. Vargas, and M.F. Allen. 2012. Changes in soil hyphal abundance and viability can alter the patterns of hydraulic redistribution by plant roots. Plant and Soil 355: 63-73. DOI: 10.1007/s11104-011-1080-8
  • Ladwig, L.M., S.L. Collins, A.L. Swann, Y. Xia, M.F. Allen and E.B. Allen. 2012. Above- and belowground responses to nitrogen addition in a Chihuahuan desert grassland. Oecologia 169: 177-185. DOI: 10.1007/s00442-011-2173-z
  • Iverson, C.M., M.T. Murphy, M.F. Allen, J. Childs, D.M. Eissenstadt, E.A. Lilleskov, T.M. Sarjala, V.L. Sloan and P.E. Sullivan. 2012. Advancing the use of minirhizotrons in wetlands. Plant and Soil 352: 23-39. DOI: 10.1007/s11104-011-0953-1
  • Hasselquist, N.J., G.W. Douhan, and M.F. Allen. 2011. First report of the ectomycorrhizal status of boletes on the Northern Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico determined using isotopic methods. Mycorrhiza 21: 465-471.
  • Allen, M.F. 2011. Linking water and nutrients through the Vadose zone: a fungal interface between the soil and plant systems. Journal of Arid Land 3: 155-163.
  • Allen, M.F. 2011. Mycorrhizae of Oaks. pp. 68-69, In: L.R. Costelllo, B.W. Hagen, and K.S. Jones. Oaks in the Urban Landscape: Selection, Care and Preservation. University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources Pub. 3518.
  • Barrows, C.W., K.D. Fleming, and M.F. Allen. 2011. Identifying Habitat Linkages to Maintain Connectivity for Corridor Dwellers in a Fragmented Landscape. Journal of Wildlife Management 75: 682-691.
  • Kitajima, K., K.E. Anderson, and M.F. Allen. 2010. Effect of soil temperature and soil water content on fine root turnover rate in a California mixed-conifer ecosystem. Journal of Geophysical Research- Biogeosciences. 115: G04032. 12 pages.
  • Hasselquist NJ, M.F. Allen, and L.S. Santiago. 2010. Water relations of evergreen and drought-deciduous trees along a seasonally dry tropical forest chronosequence. Oecologia 164: 881-890.
  • Allen, M.F., E.B. Allen, J.L.Lansing, K.S. Pregitzer, R.L. Hendrick, R.W. Ruess and S.L. Collins. 2010. Responses to chronic N fertilization of ectomycorrhizal piñon but not arbuscular mycorrhizal juniper in a piñon-juniper woodland. Journal of Arid Environments 74: 1170-1176.
  • Estrada-Medina, H., W. Tuttle, R.C. Graham, M.F. Allen, and J.J. Jiménez-Osornio. 2010. Identification of underground karst features using ground-penetrating radar (GPR) in northern Yucatán, México Vadose Zone 9: 653-661.
  • Vargas, R., D.D. Baldocchi, M. F. Allen, M. Bahn, T. A. Black, S. L. Collins, J. Curiel Yuste, T. Hirano, R. S. Jassal, J. Pumpanen, J.Tang. 2010. Looking deeper into the soil: biophysical controls and seasonal lags of soil CO2 production and efflux. Ecological Applications 20: 1569-1582.
  • Vargas, R., M. Detto, D.D. Baldocchi, and M.F. Allen. 2010. Multiscale analysis of temporal variability of soil CO2 production as influenced by weather and vegetation. Global Change Biology. 16: 1589-1605.
  • Goode, L.K., E.B. Erhardt, L.S. Santiago, and M.F. Allen. 2010. Carbon stable isotopic composition of soluble sugars in Tillandsia epiphytes varies in response to shifts in habitat. Oecologica 163: 583-590.
  • Hasselquist N.J., R. Vargas, and M.F. Allen. 2010. Using soil sensing technology to examine interactions and controls between ectomycorrhizal growth and environmental factors on soil CO2 dynamics. Plant and Soil 331: 17-29.
  • Hasselquist, N., L.S. Santiago, and M.F. Allen. 2010. Belowground nitrogen dynamics in relation to hurricane damage along a tropical dry forest chronosequence. Biogeochemistry 98: 89-100.
  • McFarland, J.W., R.W. Ruess, K. Kielland, K. Pregitzer, R. Hendrick and M. Allen. 2010. Cross-ecosystem comparisons of in situ plant uptake of amino acid-N and NH4 +. Ecosystems 13: 177-193.
  • Vargas, R., N. Hasselquist, E.B. Allen and M.F. Allen 2010. Effects of a hurricane disturbance on aboveground forest structure, arbuscular mycorrhizae and belowground carbon in a restored tropical forest. Ecosystems 13: 118-128.
  • Barrows, C.W., J.T. Rotenberry, and M.F. Allen. 2010. Assessing sensitivity to climate change and drought variability of a sand dune endemic lizard. Biological Conservation 143: 731-736.
  • Barrows, C.W. and M.F. Allen. 2010. Patterns of occurrence of reptiles across a sand dune landscape. Journal of Arid Environments 74: 186-192.
  • Vargas, R., D.D Baldocchi, J.I. Wuerejeta, P.A. Curtis, N.J. Hasselquist, I.A. Janssens, M.F. Allen and L. Montagnani. 2010. Ecosystem CO2 fluxes of arbuscular and ectomycorrhizal dominated vegetation types are differentially influenced by precipitation and temperature. New Phytologist 185: 226-236.
  • Chen, X., B. –L. Li, and M.F. Allen. 2010. Characterizing urbanization, agricultural and conservation land use change in Riverside County, California, USA. Ecological Complexity and Sustainability. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1195: E164-E176.
  • Allen, M.F. 2009. Commentary. Bidirectional water flows through the soil-fungal-plant mycorrhizal continuum. New Phytologist 182: 290-293.
  • Rundel, P., E. Graham, M.F. Allen, J.C. Fisher, and T.C. Harmon. 2009. Tansley Review. Environmental sensor networks in ecological research. New Phytologist 182:589-607.
  • Goode, L.K. and M.F. Allen. 2009. Seed germination conditions and implications for establishment of an epiphyte, Aechmea bracteata (Bromeliaceae). Plant Ecology 204: 179-188.
  • Vargas, R., S.E. Trumbore, and M.F. Allen. 2009. Evidence of old carbon used to grow new fine roots in a tropical forest. New Phytologist 182: 710-718.
  • Vargas, R., E.B. Allen, and M.F. Allen. 2009. Effects of vegetation thinning on above and belowground carbon in a seasonally dry tropical forest. Biotropica 41: 302-311.
  • Querejeta, J.I., L.M. Egerton-Warburton, and M.F. Allen. 2009. Topographic position modulates the mycorrhizal response of oak trees to inter-annual rainfall variability in a California woodland. Ecology 90: 649-662.
  • Hasselquist, N. and M.F. Allen. 2009. Increasing demands on limited water resources: consequences for two endangered species in Amargosa Valley, USA. American Journal of Botany 96: 1-7.
  • Celis-Murillo, A., J. Deppe, and M.F. Allen. 2009. Using soundscape recordings to estimate species abundance, richness, and composition. Journal of Field Ornithology 80: 64-78.
  • Barrows, C.W., E.B. Allen, M.L. Brooks and M.F. Allen. 2009. Effects of an invasive plant on a desert sand dune landscape. Biological Invasions 11: 673-686.
  • Barrows, C.W. and M.F. Allen. 2009. Conserving species in fragmented habitats: Population dynamics of the flat-tailed horned lizard, Phrynosoma mcallii. Southwest Naturalist 54: 307- 316.
  • Barrows, C. W. and M. F. Allen. 2009. Conservation implications of fragmentation in desert ecosystems. Pp. 211-220. In R.H. Webb, L.F. Fenstermaker, J.S. Heaton, D.L. Hughson, E.V. McDonand, and D.M. Miller (eds.) The Mohave Desert : Ecosystem Processes and Sustainability. University of Nevada Press, Reno NV.
  • Halama, K.J., A.J. Malisch, M. Aspell, J.T. Rotenberry and M.F. Allen. 2008. Modeling the landscape niche characteristics of red diamond rattlesnakes (Crotalus rubber): Implications for biology and conservation. In W.K. Hayes, K.R. Beaman, M.D. Cardwell and S.P. Bush (eds), pp 463-472, The Biology of Rattlesnakes. Loma Linda University Press, Loma Linda, California.
  • Allen, M.F. 2008. Water relations in the mycorrhizosphere. Progress in Botany 70 257-276. Goode, L. K., and M.F. Allen. 2008. The impacts of Hurricane Wilma on the epiphytes of El Eden Ecological Reserve, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Club 135: 377-387.
  • Preston, K.L., J.T. Rotenberry, R.A. Redak, and M.F. Allen. 2008. Habitat shifts of endangered species under altered climate conditions: importance of biotic interactions. Global Change Biology 14: 2501-2515.
  • Barrows, C.W., K.L. Preston, J.T. Rotenberry, and M.F. Allen. 2008. Using occurrence records to model historic distributions and estimate habitat losses for two psammophilic lizards. Biological Conservation 141: 1885-1893.
  • Vargas, R. and M.F. Allen. 2008. Environmental controls and the influence of vegetation type, fine roots and rhizomorphs on diel and seasonal variation in soil respiration. New Phytologist 179: 460-471.
  • Vargas, R. and M.F. Allen. 2008. Diel patterns of soil respiration in a tropical forest after Hurricane Wilma. Journal of Geophysical Research 11 G03021. 10pgs.
  • Vargas, R. and M.F. Allen. 2008. Dynamics of fine root, fungal rhizomorphs and soil respiration in a mixed temperate forest: Integrating sensors and observations. Vadose Zone Journal 7: 1055-1064.
  • Vargas, R., M.F. Allen, and E.B. Allen. 2008. Biomass and carbon accumulation in a fire chronosequence of a seasonally dry tropical forest. Global Change Biology 14: 109-124. Egerton-Warburton, L.M., J.I. Querejeta and M.F. Allen. 2008. Efflux of hydraulically lifted water from mycorrhizal fungal hyphae during imposed drought. Plant Signaling and Behavior 3: 68-71.
  • Allen, M.F., R. Vargas, E. Graham, W Swenson, M. Hamilton, M. Taggart, T.C. Harmon, A Rat’ko, P Rundel, B. Fulkerson, and D. Estrin. 2007. Soil sensor technology: Life within a pixel. BioScience 57: 859-867.
  • Querejeta, J.I., M.F. Allen, M.M. Alguacil, and A. Roldan. 2007. Plant isotopic composition provides insight into mechanisms underlying growth stimulation by AM fungi in a semiarid environment. Functional Plant Biology 34: 683-691.
  • Barrows, C.W. and M.F. Allen. 2007. Persistence and local extinctions of endangered lizard Uma inornata on isolated habitat patches. Endangered Species Research 3: 61-88.
  • Barrows, C.W. and M.F. Allen. 2007. Biological monitoring and bridging the gap between land management and science. Natural Areas Journal 27: 194- 197.
  • Zimmer, K., M.A Hynson, G. Gebauer, E.B. Allen, M.F. Allen, and D.J. Read. 2007. Wide geographic and ecological distribution of nitrogen and carbon gains from fungi in pyroloids and monotropoids (Ericaceae) in orchids. New Phytologist 175: 166-175.
  • Egerton-Warburton, L.M., J.I. Querejeta, and M.F. Allen. 2007. Common mycorrhizal networks provide a potential pathway for the transfer of hydraulically lifted water between plants. Journal of Experimental Botany 58: 1473- 1483.
  • Allen, M.F. 2007. Mycorrhizal fungi: highways for water and nutrients in arid soils. Vadose Zone Journal 6: 291-297.
  • Surilnik, A.G., E.B. Allen, T. Meixner, M.E. Fenn, and M.F. Allen. 2007. Changes in N cycling and microbial N with elevated N in exotic annual grasslands of southern California. Applied Soil Ecology 36: 1-9.
  • Barrows, C.W. and M.F. Allen. 2007. Community complexity: stratifying monitoring schemes within a desert sand dune landscape. Journal of Arid Environments 69: 315- 330.
  • Hamilton, M., E.A. Graham, P.W. Rundel, M.F. Allen, W. Kaiser, M.H. Hansen, and D.L. Estrin. 2007. New approaches in embedded networked sensing for terrestrial ecological observatories. Environmental Engineering Science 24: 192-204.
  • Querejeta, J.I. H. Estrada-Medina, M.F. Allen, and J.J. Jimenez-Osornio. 2007. Water source partitioning among trees growing on shallow karst soils in a seasonally dry tropical climate. Oecologia 152: 26-36.
  • Querejeta, J.I., L.M. Egerton-Warburton, and M.F. Allen. 2007. Hydraulic lift may buffer rhizosphere hyphae against the negative effects of severe soil drying in a California oak savanna. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39: 409-417.
  • Sirulnik, A.G., E.B. Allen, T. Meixner, and M.F. Allen. 2007. Impacts of anthropogenic N additions on nitrogen mineralization from plant litter in exotic annual grasslands. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39: 24-32.
  • Querejeta, J.I. H. Estrada-Medina, M.F. Allen, J.J. Jimenez-Osornio, and R. Ruenes. 2006. Utilization of bedrock water by Brosimum alicastrum trees growing on shallow soil atop limestome in a dry tropical climate. Plant and Soil 287: 187-197.
  • Chen, X., B. –L. Li, T. Scott, and M.F. Allen. 2006. Tolerance analysis of habitat loss for multispecies conservation in western Riverside County, California, USA. International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management 2: 87-96.
  • Querejeta, J.I., M.F. Allen, F. Caravaca, and A. Roldan. 2006. Differential modulation of host plant d13C and d18O by native and non-native arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a semiarid environment. New Phytologist 169: 379-387.
  • Barrows, C.W., M.F. Allen and J.T. Rotenberry. 2006. Boundary processes between a desert sand dune community and an encroaching suburban landscale. Biological Conservation 131: 486-494.
  • Scott, T.A., L. Fernandez, and M.F. Allen. 2006. Land Use Planning and the Endangered Species Act, p. 318-332, in Goble, D.D., Scott, J.M., and Davis, F.W. (eds), The Endangered Species Act at Thirty: Renewing the Conservation Promise, Volume II. Island Press, Washington, DC.
  • Allen, M.F. 2006. Water dynamics of mycorrhizas in arid soils. In: Fungi in biogeochemical cycles. G.M. Gadd, editor, pp 74-97. Cambridge University Press.
  • Allen, M.F., J.N. Klironomos, K.K. Treseder, and W.C. Oechel. 2005. Responses of soil biota to elevated CO2 in a chaparral ecosystem. Ecological Applications.15: 1701-1711.
  • Klironomos, J.N., M.F. Allen, M.C. Rillig, J. Piotrowski, S. Makvandi-Nejad, B.E. Wolfe, and J.R. Powell. 2005. Abrupt rise in atmospheric CO2 overestimates community response in a model plant-soil system. Nature (London) 433: 621-624.
  • Allen, M.F., E.B. Allen and A. Gomez-Pompa. 2005. Effects of mycorrhizae and nontarget organisms on restoration of seasonal tropical forest in Quintana Roo, Mexico: factors limiting tree establishment. Restoration Ecology 13: 325-333.
  • Chen, X., B-L. Li, T.A. Scott, T. Tennant, J.T. Rotenberry, and M.F. Allen. 2005. Spatial structure of multispecies distributions in southern California, USA. Biological Conservation 124: 169-175.
  • Barrows, C.W., M.B. Swartz, W.L. Hodges, M.F. Allen, J.T. Rotenberry, and B-L. Li. 2005. A framework for monitoring multiple species conservation plans. Journal of Wildlife Management 69: 1333-1345.
  • Treseder, K.K., M.F. Allen, R.W. Ruess, K.S. Pregitzer, and R.L. Hendrick. 2005. Lifespans of fungal rhizomorphs under nitrogen fertilization in a pinyon-juniper woodland. Plant and Soil 270: 249-255.
  • Corkidi, L. E.B. Allen, D. Merhaut, M.F.Allen, J. Downer, J. Bohn, and M. Evans. 2005. Effectiveness of commercial mycorrhizal inoculants on the growth of Liquidambar styraciflua in plant nursery conditions. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 23: 72-76.
  • Allen, M.F., C. Crisifulli, S. Morris, L. Egerton-Warburton, J.A. MacMahon, and J. Trappe. 2005. Mycorrhizae and Mount St. Helens: Story of a symbiosis. Pp. 221-231 In: Ecological Responses to the 1980 Eruptions of Mount St. Helens. Dale, V.H., Swanson, F.J. and C.M. Crisafulli (eds.). Springer-Verlag, New York.
  • Bornyasz, M.A. R. Graham, and M.F. Allen. 2005. Ectomycorrhizae in a soil-weathered granitic bedrock regolith: linking matrix resources to plants. Geoderma 126: 141-160.
  • Treseder, K. K., S. J. Morris, and M. F. Allen. 2005, The contribution of root exudates, symbionts, and detritus to carbon sequestration in the soil. In: Roots and soil management-- Interactions between roots and soil. pp 145-162S. F. Wright and R. Zobel, eds. Agronomy Monograph No 48. American Agronomy Society, Madison WI.
  • Allen, M.F., L. Egerton-Warburton, K. Treseder, C. Cario, A. Lindahl, J. Lansing, I. Querejeta, O. Karen, S. Harney and T. Zink. 2005. Biodiversity and mycorrhizal fungi in southern California. In: B. Kus, and J. L. Beyers, Planning for Biodiversity: Bringing research and management together: Proceedings of a Symposium for the South Coast Ecoregion, March 2000, Pomona, CA. USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station General Technical Report PSW-GTR-195.
  • Corkidi, L., E.B. Allen, D. Merhaut, M.F. Allen, J. Downer, J. Bohn, and M. Evans. 2004. Assessing the infectivity of commercial mycorrhizal inoculants in plant nursery conditions. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 22(3): 149-154.
  • Egerton-Warburton, L., J.I. Querejeta, M.F. Allen and S.L. Finkelman. 2004. Mycorrhizal Fungi. In: Encyclopedia of Soils in the Environment. Elsevier, NY.
  • Redeker, K.R., K.K. Treseder, and M.F. Allen. 2004. Ectomycorrhizal fungi: A new source of atmospheric methyl halides? Global Change Biology 10: 1009-1016.
  • Treseder, K.K., C.A. Masiello, J.L. Lansing, and M.F. Allen. 2004. Species-specific measurements of ectomycorrhizal turnover under N-fertilization: Combining isotopic and genetic approaches. Oecologia 138: 419-425.
  • Renker C, Zobel M, Öpik M, Allen MF, Allen EB, Vosátka M, Rydlová J, Buscot F. 2004. Structure, dynamics and restoration of plant communities: does arbuscular mycorrhiza matter? In: Temperton V, Nuttle T, Hobbs R, Halle S (eds): Assembly rules and restoration ecology ˆ bridging the gap between theory and practice. Island Press.
  • Ruess, R.W., R.L. Hendrick, A.J. Burton, K.S. Pregitzer, B. Sveinbjornsson, M.F. Allen and G. Maurer. 2003. Coupling fine root dynamics with ecosystem carbon cycling in black spruce forests of interior Alaska. Ecological Monographs 73: 643-662.
  • Allen, M.F., W. Swenson, J.I. Querejeta, L.M. Egerton-Warburton, and K.K. Treseder. 2003. Ecology of mycorrhizae: A conceptual framework for complex interactions among plants and fungi. Annual Review of Phytopathology 41: 271-303.
  • Allen, E.B., M.F. Allen, L. Egerton-Warburton, L. Corkidi, and A. Gomez-Pompa. 2003. Impacts of early- and late-seral mycorrhizae during restoration in seasonal tropical forest, Mexico. Ecological Applications 13: 1701-1717.
  • Querejeta, J.I, J.M. Barea, M.F. Allen. F. Caravaca, and A. Roldan. 2003. Differential response of d13C and water use efficiency to arbuscular mycorrhizal infection in two aridland woody plant species. Oecologia 135: 510-515.
  • Treseder, K.K., L.M. Egerton-Warburton, M.F. Allen, Y. Cheng, and W.C. Oechel. 2003. Alteration of soil carbon pools and communities of mycorrhizal fungi in chaparral exposed to elevated CO2. Ecosystems 6: 786-796.
  • Crocker, T.L., R. L. Hendrick, R. Ruess, K. S. Pregitzer, A. J. Burton, M. F. Allen, J. Shan and L. A. Morris. 2003. Substituting root numbers for length: Improving the use of minirhizotrons to study fine root dynamics. Applied Soil Ecology 23: 127-135.
  • Querejeta, J. I., L. Egerton-Warburton and M. F. Allen. 2003. Direct nocturnal water transfer from oaks to their mycorrhizal symbionts during severe soil drying. Oecologia 134: 55-64.
  • Burger, J.C., R.A. Redak, E.B. Allen, J.T. Rotenberry, and M.F. Allen. 2003. Restoring arthropod communities in coastal sage scrub. Conservation Biology 17: 460-467.
  • Allen, M.F. A. Gomez-Pompa, S. Fedick, and J.J. Jimenez-Osornio. 2003. The Lowland Maya: A case study for the Future? Conclusions. Pp 623-634, in: Gomez-Pompa, A., M.F. Allen, S. Fedick, and J.J. Jimenez-Osornio. Lowland Maya Area: Three millennia at the human-wildland interface. Haworth Press, N.Y.
  • Allen, E.B., H.A. Violi, M.F. Allen and A. Gomez-Pompa. 2003. Restoration of tropical seasonal forest in Quintana Roo. Pp 587-598. In: Gomez-Pompa, A., M.F. Allen, S. Fedick, and J.J. Jimenez-Osornio. Lowland Maya Area: Three millennia at the humanwildland interface. Haworth Press, N.Y.
  • Allen, M.F. and E. Rincon. 2003. The changing global environment and the Lowland Maya: past patterns and current dynamics. Pp 13-30 in: Gomez-Pompa, A., M.F. Allen, S. Fedick, and J.J. Jimenez-Osornio. Lowland Maya Area: Three millennia at the humanwildland interface. Haworth Press, N.Y.
  • Treseder, K. K. and M. F. Allen. 2002. Direct N and P limitation of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: a model and field test. New Phytologist 155: 507-515.
  • Burton, A.J., K.S. Pregitzer, R.W. Ruess, R.L. Hendrick, and M.F. Allen. 2002. Root respiration in North American forests: effects of nitrogen concentration and temperature across biomes. Oecologia 131: 559-568.
  • Pregitzer, K.S., J.L. DeForest, A.J. Burton, M.F. Allen, R.W. Ruess, and R.L. Hendrick. 2002. Fine root length, diameter, specific root length and nitrogen concentrations of nine tree species across four North American Biomes. Ecological Monographs 72: 293-309.
  • Allen, M.F., J. Lansing, and E.B. Allen. 2002. The role of mycorrhizal fungi in composition and dynamics of plant communities: A scaling issue. Progress in Botany 63:344-367.
  • Rillig, M.C., K.K. Treseder and M.F. Allen. 2002. Global change and mycorrhizal fungi. In M.van der Heijden and I. Sanders. Mycorrhizal Ecology. Springer-Verlag, NY.
  • Allen, M.F. 2002. Mycorrhizae: Arbuscular mycorrhizae. Pp. 2120-2124, In: Encyclopedia of Environmental Microbiology. John Wiley & Sons.
  • Egerton-Warburton, L.M., E.B. Allen and M.F. Allen. 2002. Mycorrhizal fungal communities: their organization, role and conservation in ecosystems under elevated atmospheric CO2 and anthropogenic nitrogen deposition. Pp. 19-43. In: K.
  • Sivasithamparam, K.W. Dixon, and R.L. Barrett (eds). Microorganisms in Plant Conservation and Biodiversity. Kluwer Academic Press.
  • Allen, M.F. D.A. Jasper, and J.C. Zak. 2002. Chapter 14. Micro-organisms. Pp 257-278. In A.J. Davy and M. Perrow. Handbook of Ecological Restoration Volume 1. Principles of restoration, Part 4. Manipulation of the biota. Cambridge University Press.
  • Egerton,-Warburton, L.M., R.C. Graham, E.B. Allen, and M.F. Allen. 2001. Reconstruction of historical changes in mycorrhizal fungal communities under anthropogenic nitrogen deposition. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B. 268: 2479-2484.
  • Allen, M.F. 2001. Modeling arbuscular mycorrhizal infection: is % infection an appropriate variable? Mycorrhiza 10:255-258.
  • Egerton-Warburton, L.M. and M.F. Allen. 2001. Endo- and ectomycorrhizae in Quercus agrifolia Nee. (Fagaceae): patterns of root colonization and effects on seedling growth. Mycorrhiza 11: 283-290.
  • Allen, E.B., J.S. Brown and M.F. Allen. 2001. Restoration of animal, plant, and microbial diversity. In: Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, volume 5. S. Levin, ed. Academic Press, San Diego. Pp 185-202.
  • Bainbridge, D, J. Tizler, R. MacAller, and M.F. Allen. 2001. Irrigation and mulch effects on desert shrub transplant establishment. Native Plants Journal 2: 25-29.
  • Treseder, K.K. and M.F. Allen. 2000. Black boxes and missing sinks: Fungi in global change research. Mycological Research 104: 1282-1283.
  • Allen, M.F. 2000. Book Review: Repairing damaged wildlands: a process-oriented, landscapescale approach. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.
  • Treseder, K.K. and M.F. Allen. 2000. Mycorrhizal fungi have a potential role in soil carbon storage under elevated CO2 and nitrogen deposition. New Phytologist 147: 189-200.
  • Allen, E.B., S. A. Eliason, V. J. Marquez, G. P. Schultz, N. K. Storms, C. D. Stylinski, T. A. Zink, and M. F. Allen. 2000. What are the limits to restoration of coastal sage scrub in southern California? Pages 253-262 in J.E. Keeley, M.B. Keeley and C.J. Fotheringham, eds. 2nd Interface Between Ecology and Land Development in Calfornia. USGS Open- File Report 00-62, Sacramento, California.
  • Allen, M.F. 2000. Book Review: Current advances in mycorrhizae research. Mycological Research 104: 1535-1536.
  • Edwards, F.S., D.A. Bainbridge, T.A. Zink and M.F. Allen. 2000. Rainfall catchments improve survival of container transplants at a Mojave Desert site. Ecological Restoration 18: 100-103.
  • Allen, M.F. 2000. Mycorrhizae. in M. Alexander (ed.). Encyclopedia of Microbiology, 2nd edition. Pp 328-336. Academic Press, San Diego.
  • Rillig, M.C., S.F. Wright, M.F. Allen and C.B. Field. 1999. Rise in carbon dioxide changes soil structure. Nature 400: 628.
  • Rillig, M.C., C.B. Field, and M.F. Allen. 1999. Soil biota responses to long-term atmospheric CO2 enrichment in two California annual grasslands. Oecologia 119: 572-577.
  • Klironomos, J.N., M.C. Rillig, and M.F. Allen. 1999. Designing belowground field experiments with the help of semi-variance and power analyses. Applied Soil Ecology 12: 227-238.
  • Rillig, M.C. and M.F. Allen. 1999. What is the role of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in plant to ecosystem responses to elevated atmospheric CO2? Mycorrhiza 9: 1-8.
  • Allen, M.F., L.M. Egerton-Warburton, E.B. Allen and O. Karen. 1999. Mycorrhizae in Adenostoma fasciclatum Hook. & Arn.: a combination of unusual ecto- and endo-forms. Mycorrhiza 8: 225-228.
  • Allen, M.F., J.M. Trappe, and T.R. Horton. 1999. NATS Truffle and truffle-like fungi 8: Rhizopogon mengei sp. nov. (Boletaceae, Basidiomycota). Mycotaxon 70:149-152.
  • Rillig, M.C., C.B. Field and M.F. Allen. 1999. Fungal root colonization responses in natural grasslands after long-term exposure to elevated atmospheric CO2. Global Change Biology 5: 577-585.
  • Allen M.F. et al. 1999. Soil Microorganisms, cpt 22, pp521-544. In L. Walker (ed.) Ecosystems of disturbed ground. 16. Ecosystems of Disturbed Ground. Elsevier Press, New York.
  • Klironomos, J.N., M. Ursic, M. Rillig and M.F. Allen. 1998. Interspecific differences in the response of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi to Artemisia tridentata grown under elevated atmospheric CO2. New Phytologist 138: 599-605.
  • Rillig, M.C., and M.F. Allen. 1998. Arbuscular mycorrhizae of Gutierrezia sarothrae and elevated carbon dioxide: evidence for shifts in C allocation to and within the mycobiont. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 30: 2001-2008.
  • Allen, E.B., E. Rincon, M.F. Allen, A. Pérez-Jimenez, and P. Huante. 1998. Disturbance and Seasonal Dynamics of Mycorrhizae in a Tropical Deciduous Forest in Mexico. Biotropica 30:261-274.
  • Zink, T.A. and M.F. Allen. 1998. The effects of organic amendment on the restoration of a disturbed coast sage scrub habitat. Restoration Ecology 6: 52-58.
  • Rillig, M.C., M.F. Allen, J.N. Klironomos, N.R. Chiariello, and C.B. Field. 1998. Plant species specific changes in root-inhabiting fungi in a California annual grassland: responses to elevated CO2 and nutrients. Oecologia 113: 252-259.
  • Rillig, M.C., M.F. Allen, J.N. Klironomos, and C.B. Field. 1998. Arbuscular mycorrhizal percent root infection and infection intensity of Bromus hordeaceus grown in elevated atmospheric CO2. Mycologia 90: 199-205.
  • Klironomos, J.N., M.C. Rillig, M.F. Allen, D.R. Zak, K.S. Pregitzer, M.E. Kubiske. 1997. Increased levels of airborne fungal spores in response to Populus tremuloides grown under elevated atmospheric CO2.Canadian Journal of Botany 75: 1670-1673.
  • Morris, S.J., T. Zink, K. Conners, and M.F. Allen. 1997. Comparison between fluorescein diacetate and differential fluorescent staining procedures for determining fungal biomass in soils. Applied Soil Ecology 6: 161-167.
  • Klironomos, J.N., M.C. Rillig, M.F. Allen, D.R. Zak, M. Kubiske and K.S. Pregitzer. 1997. Soil fungal-arthropod responses to Populus tremuloides grown under enriched atmospheric CO2 under field conditions. Global Change Biology 3: 473-478.
  • Harney, S.L., F. Edwards, and M.F. Allen. 1997. Identification of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi from Artemisia californica using the polymerase chain reaction. Mycologia. 89: 547- 550.
  • Rillig, M.C., K.M. Scow, J.N. Klironomos and M.F. Allen. 1997. Microbial carbon-substrate utilization in the rhizosphere of Gutierrezia sarothrae grown in elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 29: 1387-1394.
  • Allen, M.F., J. Klironomos, and S. Harney. 1997. The Epidemiology of Mycorrhizal Fungi During Succession In: G. Carroll and P. Tudzynski (eds), The Mycota vol VB. pp 169- 183.
  • Friese, C.F., S.J. Morris and M.F. Allen. 1997. Disturbance in natural ecosystems: scaling from fungal diversity to ecosystem functioning. In: D.T. Wicklow and B. Soderstrom, eds. The Mycota- Vol IV. Environmental and microbial relationships. pp 47-63.
  • Klironomos, J.N. Rillig, M.C. and Allen, M.F. 1996. Below-ground microbial and microfaunal responses to Artemisia tridentata grown under elevated atmospheric CO2. Functional Ecology 10: 527-534.
  • Weinbaum, B.S., M.F. Allen and E.B. Allen. 1996. Survival of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi following reciprocal transplanting across the Great Basin, U.S.A. Ecological Applications 6: 1365-1372.
  • Allen, M.F. 1996. The role of restoration ecology in ecosystem management: opportunities and responsibilities. pp.11-14. In D. Peterson, The role of restoration in ecosystem management: Society for Ecological Restoration, Parks Canada.
  • Allen, M.F. 1996. The ecology of arbuscular mycorrhizae: A look back into the 20th century and a peek into the 21st. Centenary Review Article, British Mycological Society. Mycological Research 100: 769-782.
  • Allen, M.F. C. Figueroa, B.S. Weinbaum, S.B. Barlow, and E.B. Allen. 1996. Differential production of oxalates by mycorrhizal fungi in arid ecosystems. Biology and Fertility of Soils 22: 287-292.
  • Klironomos, J.N. and M.F. Allen. 1995. UV-B-mediated changes on below-ground communities associated with the roots of Acer saccharum. Functional Ecology 9: 923-930.
  • Zink, T.A., M.F. Allen, B. Heindle-Tenhunen, and E.B. Allen. 1995. The effects of a disturbance corridor on an ecological reserve. Restoration Ecology 3: 304-310.
  • Zink, T.A. and M.F. Allen. 1995. Disturbance corridors as invasion pathways. Restoration and Management Notes 13: 132-133.
  • Cannon, J.P., E.B. Allen, M.F. Allen, L.M. Dudley and J.J. Jurinak. 1995. The effects of oxalates produced by Salsola tragus on the phosphorus nutrition of Stipa pulchra. Oecologia (Berlin) 102: 265-272.
  • Allen, M.F., S.J. Morris, F.Edwards, and E.B. Allen. 1995. Microbe-plant interactions in Mediterranean-type habitats: shifts in fungal symbiotic and saprophytic functioning in response to global change. pp. 287-305. In: J.M. Moreno and W.C. Oechel. Global change and Mediterranean-type ecosystems. Ecological Studies 117. Springer Verlag- New York.
  • Allen, E.B., M.F. Allen D.J. Helm, J.M. Trappe, R. Molina and E. Rincon. 1995. Patterns and regulation of arbuscular and ectomycorrhizal plant and fungal diversity. Plant and Soil 170: 47-62.
  • Morris, S.J. and M.F. Allen. 1994. Oxalate metabilizing microorganisms in sagebrush steppe soils. Biology and Fertility of Soils 18: 255-259.
  • Conners, K., S. Morris, T. Zink, D. Bainbridge, and M.F. Allen. 1994. Europium staining for Soil Ecosystems Disturbance Evaluation (California). Restoration and Management Notes 12: 211-212.
  • Allen, M.F., E.B. Allen, C.N. Dahm, and F.S. Edwards. 1993. Preservation of biological diversity in mycorrhizal fungi: Importance and human impacts. In: G. Sundnes, ed. International Symposium on human impacts on self-recruiting populations. The Royal Norwegian Academy of Sciences, Trondheim, Norway. pp 81-108.
  • Allen, M.F. 1993. Microbial and phosphate dynamics in a restored shrub steppe in Southwestern Wyoming. Restoration Ecology 1: 196-205.
  • Allen, E.B., J.P. Cannon and M.F. Allen. 1993. Controls for rhizosphere microorganisms to study effects of VA mycorrhizae on Artemisia tridentata. Mycorrhiza 2: 147-152.
  • Friese, C.F. and M.F. Allen. 1993. The interaction of harvester ants and VA mycorrhizal fungi in a patchy environment: the effects of mound structure on fungal dispersion and establishment. Functional Ecology 7: 13-20.
  • Allen, M.F., E. Rincon, E. B. Allen, P. Huante, and J. Dunn. 1993. Observations of canopy bromeliad roots compared with plants rooted in soils of a seasonal tropical forest, Chamela, Jalisco, Mexico. Mycorrhiza 4: 27-28.
  • Allen, M.F. and E.B. Allen. 1992. Development of mycorrhizal patches in a successional arid ecosystem. In: I.J. Alexander, A.H. Fitter, D.H. Lewis, and D.J. Read (eds). Mycorrhiza in Ecosystems, Proceedings of the 3rd European Symposium on Mycorrhizas. CAB International. pp 164-170.
  • Friese,C.F., M.F. Allen, R. Martin, & N.K. Van Alfen. 1992. Transfer of double stranded RNA among isolates of Cryphonectria parasitica: Hyphal specialization on an artificial medium. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 58: 2066-2070.
  • Allen, M.F., C. Crisafulli, C.F. Friese, and S. Jeakins. 1992. Reformation of mycorrhizal symbioses on Mount St. Helens, 1980-1990: Interactions of rodents and mycorrhizal fungi. Mycological Research 96: 447-453.
  • Allen, M.F., S.D. Clouse, B.S. Weinbaum, S.L. Jeakins, C.F. Friese, and E.B. Allen. 1992. Mycorrhizae and the integration of scales: from molecules to ecosystems. In: Mycorrhizal Functioning. Ed M.F. Allen. Chapman and Hall Press, N.Y. pp. 488-515.
  • Allen, M.F. and C.F. Friese. 1992. Mycorrhize and Reclamation Success: Importance and Measurement. In: Evaluating reclamation success: The ecological considerations. Ed J.C. Chambers & G.L. Wade. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report. pp 17-25.
  • Friese, C.F. and M.F. Allen. 1991. The spread of VA mycorrhizal fungal hyphae in the soil: inoculum types and external hyphal architecture. Mycologia 83:409-418.
  • Allen, M.F. and E.B. Allen. 1991. Mycorrhizae and plant community development: Mechanisms and patterns. In. G.C. Carroll and D.T. Wicklow, eds. The Fungal Community, Marcel Dekker, Inc. New York. pp 455-479.
  • Allen, M.F. and E.B. Allen.1990. Carbon source of VA mycorrhizal fungi associated with Chenopodiaceae from a semi-arid steppe. Ecology 71: 2019-2021.
  • Friese, C.F. and M.F. Allen. 1990. Tracking the fates of exotic and local VA mycorrhizal fungi: Methods and Patterns. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 34: 87-96.
  • Allen, E.B. and M.F. Allen. 1990. The mediation of competition by mycorrhizae in successional and patchy environments. Pages 367-389. In: Perspectives on Plant Competition. J.B. Grace & G.D. Tilman, ed. Academic Press.
  • Allen, M.F., J.H. Richards and C.A. Busso. 1989. Influence of clipping and water status on vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae of two semiarid tussock grasses. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 8: 285-289.
  • Allen, M.F. E.B. Allen and C.F. Friese. 1989. R.esponses of the non-mycotrophic plant Salsola kali to invasion by VA mycorrhizal fungi. New Phytologist 111: 45-49.
  • Allen, M.F. 1989. Mycorrhizae and rehabilitation of disturbed arid soils: processes and practices. Arid Soil Research 3: 229-241.
  • Allen, M.F., L.E. Hipps, and G.E. Wooldridge. 1989. Wind dispersal and subsequent establishment of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi across a disturbed arid landscape. Landscape Ecology 2: 165-171.
  • Knight, W.G., M.F. Allen, J.J. Jurinak and L.M. Dudley. 1989. Elevated carbon dioxide and solution phosphorus in soil with vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal western wheatgrass. Soil Science Society of America Journal 53: 1075-1082.
  • Allen, M.F. 1988. Physiological Ecology of the Mycorrhizal-Root Interface: From Cellular to Organismal Effects and Plant Responses. Proceedings of the 1988 California Plant and Soil Conference, Agriculture: Changing Realities. pp. 16-20. California Chapter of the American Society of Agronomy.
  • Allen, M.F. & J.A. MacMahon. 1988. Direct VA mycorrhizal inoculation of colonizing plants by pocket gophers (Thomomys talpoides) on Mount St. Helens. Mycologia 80:754- 756.
  • Allen, M.F. 1988. Viewpoint #1. Reclamation Newsletter 11(1):7-8.
  • Allen, M.F. 1988. Re-establishment of mycorrhizae following severe disturbance: comparative patch dynamics of a shrub desert and a subalpine volcano. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 94 B: 63-71.
  • Carpenter, A. and M.F. Allen. 1988. Responses of Hedysarum boreale Nutt. to mycorrhizas and Rhizobium: plant and soil nutrient changes in a disturbed shrub-steppe. New Phytologist 109: 125-132.
  • Allen, M.F. 1988. Belowground spatial patterning: influence of root architecture, microorganisms, and nutrients on plant survival in arid lands. Pages 113-135, In: The reconstruction of disturbed arid ecosystems. E.B. Allen, ed. Westview Press, Boulder, CO.
  • Allen, E.B. & M.F. Allen. 1988. Facilitation of succession by the non-mycotrophic colonizer Salsola kali (Chenopodiaceae) on a harsh site: Effects of mycorrhizal fungi. American Journal of Botany 75:257-266.
  • Hipps, L.E. & M.F. Allen. 1987. The distortion of turbulence by an isolated shrub, and association with entrainment and deposition of spores. pp. 275-276. In 18th Conference of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology and 8th Conference on Biometeorology and Aerobiology. American Meteorological Society, Boston.
  • Allen, M.F., E.B. Allen, & N.E. West. 1987. Influence of parasitic and mutualistic fungi on Artemisia tridentata during high precipitation years. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 114:272-279.
  • Allen, M.F. 1987. Ecology of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae in an arid ecosystem: use of natural processes promoting dispersal and establishment. pp. 133-135. In: D.M. Sylvia, L.L. Hung and J.H. Graham. Mycorrhizae in the next decade, practical applications and research priorities. IFAS, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
  • Warner, N.J., M.F. Allen, & J.A. MacMahon. 1987. Dispersal agents of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a disturbed arid ecosystem. Mycologia. 79:721-730.
  • Allen, E.B., J.C. Chambers, K.F. Conner, M.F. Allen, & R.W. Brown. 1987. Natural reestablishment of mycorrhizae in disturbed alpine ecosystems. Arctic and Alpine Research 19:11-20.
  • Allen, M.F. 1987. Reestablishment of mycorrhizae on Mount St. Helens: migration vectors. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 88:413- 417.
  • Allen, M.F. & E.B. Allen. 1986. Utah State Project Exemplifies Restoration Ecology Approach to Research. Restoration and Management Notes 4(2): 64-67.
  • Allen, E.B., & M.F. Allen. 1986. Water relations of xeric grasses in the field: Interactions of mycorrhizae and competition. New Phytologist 104:559-571.
  • Jurinak, J.J., L.M. Dudley, M.F. Allen & W.G. Knight. 1986. The role of calcium oxalate in the availability of phosphorus in soils of semiarid regions: a thermodynamic study. Soil Science 142:255-261.
  • Ianson, D.C. & M.F. Allen. 1986. The effects of soil texture on extraction of vesiculararbuscular mycorrhizal fungal spores from arid sites. Mycologia 78: 164-168.
  • Skujins, J.J. and M.F. Allen. 1986. Use of mycorrhizae for land rehabilitation. MIRCEN Journal 2:161-176.
  • Allen, M.F. & L.E. Hipps. 1985. Long-distance dispersal of mycorrhizal fungi: A comparison of vectors of VAM and ectomycorrhizal fungi from predictable versus unpredictable environments. pp. 294-295. In 17th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology and 7th conference on Biometeorology and Aerobiology. American Meteorological Society, Boston.
  • Allen, M.F., M.G. Boosalis, E.D. Kerr, A.E. Muldoon, & H.J. Larsen. 1985. Population dynamics of sugar beets, Rhizoctonia solani and Laetisaria arvalis: Responses of a host, plant parasite and hyperparasite to perturbation in the field. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 50:1123-1127.
  • Allen, M.F. 1985. Spatial patterning and soil saprophytic microbiota: impacts of strip mining, importance and management strategies. In: Proceedings of the American Society for Surface Mining and Reclamation, symposium on "How microorganisms impove reclamation: their importance and management in mine soils". pp. 322-326.
  • Caldwell, M.M., D.M. Eissenstat, J.H. Richards, & M.F. Allen. 1985. Competition for phosphorus: differential uptake from dual-isotope-labeled interspaces between shrub and grass. Science 229:384-386.
  • Allen, M.F. 1985. Phytohormone action: an integrative approach to understanding diverse mycorrhizal responses. p. 158-160, In R. Molina (ed). Proceedings of the 6th North American Conference on Mycorrhizae. Forestry Sciences Laboratory, Corvallis, OR.
  • Allen M.F. & J.A. MacMahon. 1985. Impact of disturbance on cold desert fungi: comparative microscale dispersion patterns. Pedobiologia 28:215-224.
  • Allen, E.B. & M.F. Allen. 1984. Competition between plants of different successional stages: mycorrhizae as regulators. Canadian Journal of Botany 62:2625-2629.
  • Allen, M.F., E.B. Allen, & P.D. Stahl. 1984. Differential niche response of Bouteloua gracilis and Pascopyrum smithii to VA mycorrhizae. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 111:361-365.
  • Allen, M.F., J.A. MacMahon, & D.C. Andersen. 1984. Reestablishment of Endogonaceae on Mount St. Helens: Survival of Residuals. Mycologia 76:1031-1038.
  • Allen, M.F. 1984. Prospects for mycological contribution to mycorrhizology: a promising mutualism. MSA Newsletter 35 (2):68-69.
  • Allen, M.F. 1984. Physiology of mycorrhizae of arid lands: a key to understanding successful plant establishment. pp. 69-80 In: S.E. Williams & M.F. Allen eds. VA mycorrhizae and reclamation of arid and semiarid lands. University of Wyoming Experiment Station.
  • Allen, M.F. 1983. Formation of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae in Atriplex gardneri (Chenopodiaceae): seasonal response in a cold desert. Mycologia 75:773-776.
  • Allen, M.F. & M.G. Boosalis. 1983. Effects of two species of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on drought tolerance of winter wheat. New Phytologist 93:67-76.
  • Allen, M.F. 1982. Mushrooms. Woodsmoke 11:22-23.
  • Allen, M.F., T.S. Moore, Jr., & M. Christensen. 1982. Phytohormone changes in Bouteloua gracilis infected by vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae: II. Altered levels of gibberellin-like substances and abscisic acid in the host plant. Canadian Journal of Botany 60:468-471.
  • Allen, M.F. 1982. Influence of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae on water movement through Bouteloua gracilis. New Phytologist 91:191-196.
  • Porter, J.R., M.F. Allen, L.C. Lane, & M.G. Boosalis. 1982. Platte Valley Yellows of Nebraska soybeans. Symptomology and preliminary chemical analyses. Plant and Soil 68:283-287.
  • Allen, M.F., & T.V. St. John. 1982. Dual culture of endomycorrhizae. pp. 85-89 In: N.C. Schenck, ed. Methods and principles of mycorrhizal research. American Phytopathological Society, St. Paul, MN.
  • Stanton, N., M.F. Allen & M. Campion. 1981. The effect of the pesticide carbofuran on soil organisms and root and shoot production in shortgrass prairie. Journal of Applied Ecology 18:417-431.
  • Allen, M.F., W.K. Smith, T.S. Moore, Jr. & M. Christensen. 1981. Comparative water relations and photosynthesis of mycorrhizal and nonmycorrhizal Bouteloua gracilis H.B.K. Lag ex Steud. New Phytologist 88:683-693.
  • Allen, M.F., J.C. Sexton, T.S. Moore, Jr., & M. Christensen. 1981. The influence of phosphate source on vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae of Bouteloua gracilis. New Phytologist 87:687-694.
  • Allen, E.B. & M.F. Allen. 1980. Natural re-establishment of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae following stripmine reclamation in Wyoming. Journal of Applied Ecology 17:139-147.
  • Allen, M.F., T.S. Moore, Jr., & M. Christensen. 1980. Phytohormone changes in Bouteloua gracilis infected by vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae: I. Cytokinin increases in the host plant. Canadian Journal of Botany 58:371-374.
  • Allen, M.F., T.S. Moore, Jr., M. Christensen, & N. Stanton. 1979. Growth of vesiculararbuscular- mycorrhizal and nonmycorrhizal Bouteloua gracilis in a defined medium.

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