Tiehang Wu
Tiehang Wu
Professor of Biology, Georgia Southern University
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Global‐scale patterns of assemblage structure of soil nematodes in relation to climate and ecosystem properties
UN Nielsen, E Ayres, DH Wall, G Li, RD Bardgett, T Wu, JR Garey
Global Ecology and Biogeography 23 (9), 968-978, 2014
Molecular study of worldwide distribution and diversity of soil animals
T Wu, E Ayres, RD Bardgett, DH Wall, JR Garey
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (43), 17720-17725, 2011
Comparison of soil bacterial communities under diverse agricultural land management and crop production practices
T Wu, DO Chellemi, JH Graham, KJ Martin, EN Rosskopf
Microbial Ecology 55, 293-310, 2008
Dual-functional antifogging/antimicrobial polymer coating
J Zhao, L Ma, W Millians, T Wu, W Ming
ACS applied materials & interfaces 8 (13), 8737-8742, 2016
Ectomycorrhizas and retarded decomposition in a Pinus resinosa plantation
RT Koide, T Wu
New Phytologist, 401-407, 2003
Self-stratified antimicrobial acrylic coatings via one-step UV curing
J Zhao, W Millians, S Tang, T Wu, L Zhu, W Ming
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 7 (33), 18467-18472, 2015
Molecular profiling of soil animal diversity in natural ecosystems: Incongruence of molecular and morphological results
T Wu, E Ayres, G Li, RD Bardgett, DH Wall, JR Garey
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (4), 849-857, 2009
Discriminating the effects of agricultural land management practices on soil fungal communities
T Wu, DO Chellemi, KJ Martin, JH Graham, EN Rosskopf
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 (5), 1139-1155, 2007
Can ectomycorrhizal fungi circumvent the nitrogen mineralization for plant nutrition in temperate forest ecosystems?
T Wu
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (6), 1109-1117, 2011
Exploring interactions between saprotrophic microbes and ectomycorrhizal fungi using a protein–tannin complex as an N source by red pine (Pinus resinosa)
T Wu, JN Sharda, RT Koide
New Phytologist 159 (1), 131-139, 2003
Screening of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi for the revegetation of eroded red soils in subtropical China
T Wu, W Hao, X Lin, Y Shi
Plant and Soil 239, 225-235, 2002
Forest canopy structural controls over throughfall affect soil microbial community structure in an epiphyte‐laden maritime oak stand
CL Rosier, JT Van Stan, LD Moore, JOS Schrom, T Wu, JS Reichard, ...
Ecohydrology 8 (8), 1459-1470, 2015
Effects of soil management practices on soil microbial communities and development of southern blight in vegetable production
T Wu, H Milner, JC Díaz-Pérez, P Ji
Applied Soil Ecology 91, 58-67, 2015
A possible role for saprotrophic microfungi in the N nutrition of ectomycorrhizal Pinus resinosa
T Wu, Z Kabir, RT Koide
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 37 (5), 965-975, 2005
Assessment of fungal communities in soil and tomato roots subjected to diverse land and crop management systems
T Wu, DO Chellemi, JH Graham, EN Rosskopf
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40 (7), 1967-1970, 2008
Comparison of an inactive submarine spring with an active nearshore anchialine spring in Florida
KM Garman, H Rubelmann, DJ Karlen, T Wu, JR Garey
Hydrobiologia, 1-23, 2011
Biological impact of divergent land management practices on tomato crop health
DO Chellemi, T Wu, JH Graham, G Church
Phytopathology 102 (6), 597-608, 2012
Alteration of soil chitinolytic bacterial and ammonia oxidizing archaeal community diversity by rainwater redistribution in an epiphyte-laden Quercus virginiana canopy
LD Moore, JT Van Stan II, TE Gay, C Rosier, T Wu
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 100, 33-41, 2016
Quantitative polymerase chain reaction (Q-PCR) and fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) detection of soilborne pathogen Sclerotium rolfsii
H Milner, P Ji, M Sabula, T Wu
Applied Soil Ecology 136, 86-92, 2019
Soil bacterial community response and nitrogen cycling variations associated with subalpine meadow degradation on the Loess Plateau, China
Z Luo, J Liu, T Jia, B Chai, T Wu
Applied and environmental microbiology 86 (9), e00180-20, 2020
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