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Alf Ekblad
Alf Ekblad
Professor in biology, Örebro University
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Large-scale forest girdling shows that current photosynthesis drives soil respiration
P HoÈgberg, A Nordgren, N Buchmann, AFS Taylor, A Ekblad, ...
Nature 411 (6839), 789-792, 2001
20722001
Roots and associated fungi drive long-term carbon sequestration in boreal forest
KE Clemmensen, A Bahr, O Ovaskainen, A Dahlberg, A Ekblad, ...
Science 339 (6127), 1615-1618, 2013
12892013
Boreal forest plants take up organic nitrogen
T Näsholm, A Ekblad, A Nordin, R Giesler, M Högberg, P Högberg
Nature 392 (6679), 914-916, 1998
12491998
The likely impact of elevated [CO2], nitrogen deposition, increased temperature and management on carbon sequestration in temperate and boreal forest …
R Hyvönen, GI Ågren, S Linder, T Persson, MF Cotrufo, A Ekblad, ...
New Phytologist 173 (3), 463-480, 2007
7472007
Natural abundance of 13C in CO2 respired from forest soils reveals speed of link between tree photosynthesis and root respiration
A Ekblad, P Högberg
Oecologia 127, 305-308, 2001
4812001
Isotope fractionation and 13C enrichment in soil profiles during the decomposition of soil organic matter
B Boström, D Comstedt, A Ekblad
Oecologia 153, 89-98, 2007
3102007
The production and turnover of extramatrical mycelium of ectomycorrhizal fungi in forest soils: role in carbon cycling
A Ekblad, H Wallander, DL Godbold, C Cruz, D Johnson, P Baldrian, ...
Plant and Soil 366, 1-27, 2013
2902013
Long-term effects of river regulation on river margin vegetation
C Nilsson, A Ekblad, M Gardfjell, B Carlberg
Journal of Applied Ecology, 963-987, 1991
2601991
Evaluation of methods to estimate production, biomass and turnover of ectomycorrhizal mycelium in forests soils–A review
H Wallander, A Ekblad, DL Godbold, D Johnson, A Bahr, P Baldrian, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57, 1034-1047, 2013
2132013
Forest soil respiration rate and δ13C is regulated by recent above ground weather conditions
A Ekblad, B Boström, A Holm, D Comstedt
Oecologia 143, 136-142, 2005
1882005
Nitrogen isotope fractionation during nitrogen uptake by ectomycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal Pinus sylvestris
P Högberg, MN Högberg, ME Quist, ALF Ekblad, T Näsholm
The New Phytologist 142 (3), 569-576, 1999
1881999
A comparison of species richness and traits of riparian plants between a main river channel and its tributaries
C Nilsson, A Ekblad, M Dynesius, S Backe, M Gardfjell, B Carlberg, ...
Journal of Ecology, 281-295, 1994
1841994
Chitin and ergosterol combined to measure total and living fungal biomass in ectomycorrhizas
A Ekblad, H Wallander, T Näsholm
New Phytologist 138 (1), 143-149, 1998
1771998
Nitrogen acquisition from inorganic and organic sources by boreal forest plants in the field
J Persson, P Högberg, A Ekblad, MN Högberg, A Nordgren, T Näsholm
Oecologia 137, 252-257, 2003
1672003
Pine Forest Floor Carbon Accumulation in Response to N and PK Additions: Bomb 14C Modelling and Respiration Studies
O Franklin, P Högberg, A Ekblad, GI Ågren
Ecosystems 6, 644-658, 2003
1542003
Is growth of soil microorganisms in boreal forests limited by carbon or nitrogen availability?
A Ekblad, A Nordgren
Plant and Soil 242, 115-122, 2002
1492002
Determination of chitin in fungi and mycorrhizal roots by an improved HPLC analysis of glucosamine
A Ekblad, T Näsholm
Plant and Soil 178, 29-35, 1996
1341996
Analysis of δ13C of CO2 distinguishes between microbial respiration of added C4-sucrose and other soil respiration in a C3-ecosystem
A Ekblad, P Högberg
Plant and Soil 219, 197-209, 2000
1212000
Fungal biomass in roots and extramatrical mycelium in relation to macronutrients and plant biomass of ectomycorrhizal Pinus sylvestris and Alnus incana
ALF Ekblad, H Wallander, R Carlsson, K HUSS‐DANELL
New Phytologist 131 (4), 443-451, 1995
1211995
Contrasting effects of ectomycorrhizal fungi on early and late stage decomposition in a boreal forest
E Sterkenburg, KE Clemmensen, A Ekblad, RD Finlay, BD Lindahl
The ISME journal 12 (9), 2187-2197, 2018
1162018
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