Christopher Blackwood
Christopher Blackwood
Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Kent State University
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Terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism data analysis for quantitative comparison of microbial communities
CB Blackwood, T Marsh, SH Kim, EA Paul
Applied and environmental microbiology 69 (2), 926-932, 2003
Assessment of bias associated with incomplete extraction of microbial DNA from soil
LM Feinstein, WJ Sul, CB Blackwood
Applied and environmental microbiology 75 (16), 5428-5433, 2009
Interpreting ecological diversity indices applied to terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism data: insights from simulated microbial communities
CB Blackwood, D Hudleston, DR Zak, JS Buyer
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73 (16), 5276-5283, 2007
Resource availability controls fungal diversity across a plant diversity gradient
MP Waldrop, DR Zak, CB Blackwood, CD Curtis, D Tilman
Ecology Letters 9 (10), 1127-1135, 2006
Soil microbial communities associated with Bt and non-Bt corn in three soils
CB Blackwood, JS Buyer
Journal of Environmental Quality 33 (3), 832-836, 2004
Analysis of T-RFLP data using analysis of variance and ordination methods: a comparative study
SW Culman, HG Gauch, CB Blackwood, JE Thies
Journal of Microbiological Methods 75 (1), 55-63, 2008
A global Fine‐Root Ecology Database to address below‐ground challenges in plant ecology
CM Iversen, ML McCormack, AS Powell, CB Blackwood, GT Freschet, ...
New Phytologist 215 (1), 15-26, 2017
Phylum-and class-specific PCR primers for general microbial community analysis
CB Blackwood, A Oaks, JS Buyer
Applied and environmental microbiology 71 (10), 6193-6198, 2005
Climate, soil and plant functional types as drivers of global fine-root trait variation
GT Freschet, OJ Valverde-Barrantes, CM Tucker, JM Craine, ...
Journal of Ecology, 2017
A molecular dawn for biogeochemistry
DR Zak, CB Blackwood, MP Waldrop
Trends in ecology & evolution 21 (6), 288-295, 2006
Molecular analysis of fungal communities and laccase genes in decomposing litter reveals differences among forest types but no impact of nitrogen deposition
CB Blackwood, MP Waldrop, DR Zak, RL Sinsabaugh
Environmental Microbiology 9 (5), 1306-1316, 2007
A worldview of root traits: the influence of ancestry, growth form, climate and mycorrhizal association on the functional trait variation of fine-root tissues in seed plants.
OJ Valverde-Barrantes, GT Freschet, C Roumet, CB Blackwood
New Phytologist 215 (4), 1562–1573, 2017
Slowed decomposition is biotically mediated in an ectomycorrhizal, tropical rain forest
KL McGuire, DR Zak, IP Edwards, CB Blackwood, R Upchurch
Oecologia 164 (3), 785-795, 2010
Eubacterial community structure and population size within the soil light fraction, rhizosphere, and heavy fraction of several agricultural systems
CB Blackwood, EA Paul
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 35 (9), 1245-1255, 2003
The distribution of below‐ground traits is explained by intrinsic species differences and intraspecific plasticity in response to root neighbours
OJ Valverde‐Barrantes, KA Smemo, LM Feinstein, MW Kershner, ...
Journal of Ecology 101, 933-942, 2013
Fine root morphology is phylogenetically structured, but nitrogen is related to the plant economics spectrum in temperate trees
OJ Valverde‐Barrantes, KA Smemo, CB Blackwood
Functional Ecology 29, 796-807, 2015
Microbial community structure and abundance in the rhizosphere and bulk soil of a tomato cropping system that includes cover crops
JE Maul, JS Buyer, RM Lehman, S Culman, CB Blackwood, DP Roberts, ...
Applied Soil Ecology 77, 42-50, 2014
Are Basidiomycete Laccase Gene Abundance and Composition Related to Reduced Lignolytic Activity Under Elevated Atmospheric NO3− Deposition in a Northern Hardwood Forest?
JE Hassett, DR Zak, CB Blackwood, KS Pregitzer
Microbial ecology 57 (4), 728-739, 2009
Eubacterial communities in different soil macroaggregate environments and cropping systems
CB Blackwood, CJ Dell, AJM Smucker, EA Paul
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38 (4), 720-728, 2006
Does atmospheric NO 3− deposition alter the abundance and activity of ligninolytic fungi in forest soils?
KS Hofmockel, DR Zak, CB Blackwood
Ecosystems 10 (8), 1278-1286, 2007
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