Wednesday, November 15, 2006: 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Indiana Conv. Center, Exhibit Hall ABC, First Floor
284: Soil Biology and Plant Roots
Sponsor:S03 Soil Biology & Biochemistry
Community Structure of Arbuscular Mycorrizal Fungi in the Infected Roots of Super-nodulating Soybean.
Tomiya Maekawa, Nihon University, Bingyun Wu, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Science, The University of Tokyo, Katsunori Isobe, Nihon University, Ryuichi Ishii, Nihon University
Root Length Density and Root Surface Area of Selected Pacific Northwest Crops.
Stephan Albrecht, Columbia Plateau Conserv.Res.Ctr., Clyde Douglas, Columbia Plateau Conserv.Res.Ctr., Ron Rickman, Columbia Plateau Conserv.Res.Ctr., Don McCool, USDA, Agricultural Research Service
Distribution of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi in Upland Field Soil of Japan.
Katsunori Isobe, Nihon University, Hanae Sugimura, Nihon University, Takashi Maeshima, Nihon University, Ryuichi Ishii, Nihon University
Effects of Cover Cropping and Plasticulture on Soil and Rhizosphere Microbial Community Structure in Tomato Production Systems.
Jeffrey Buyer, USDA-ARS, Daniel Roberts, USDA-ARS, Inga Zasada, USDA-ARS, John Teasdale, USDA-ARS
In situ Measurement of Pyrene Rhizosphere Degradation Kinetics.
Greg J. Thoma, University of Arkansas, Thanh B. Lam, University of Arkansas, Pei-Ting Hsu, University of Arkansas, Khursheed Karim, University of Arkansas, Duane Wolf, University of Arkansas
Plant Community Influences on Spatial Distributions of AMF Communities.
Daniel Mummey, The University of Montana, Matthias Rillig, The University of Montana
Edaphic Controls on the Phytochemistry of the Invasive Plant Alliaria petiolata.
Anna Abts, Bradley University, Kimberly Lang, Bradley University, Sherri Morris, Bradley University, Steven F. Vaughn, USDA-ARS, NCAUR, Kelly D. McConnaughay, Bradley University
Microbial Dynamics During Establishment of Turfgrass on Sand-base and Soil Root Zones.
David Zuberer, Texas A&M Univ., Tony Provin, Soil & Crop Sciences Dept., Richard White, Soil & Crop Sciences Dept., Annette Fincher, Soil & Crop Sciences Dept.
Possible Shifts of Microbial Community Structure in Temperate Forests of Central Illinois: The Adverse Effects of an Invasive Species, Alliaria petiolata on Pine Plantation stands.
Leah Barth, Biology Department, Bradley University, Dan Dreager, Biology Department, Bradley University, Ken Kitchell, Biology Department, Bradley University, Heather Milligan, Biology Department, Bradley University, Sam Fan, Biology Department, Bradley University, Kelly McConnaughay, Biology Department, Bradley University, Sherri Morris, Michigan State University

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