Taylor, M.K., Lankau, R.A., and Wurzburger, N. Mycorrhizal associations of trees have different indirect effects on organic matter decomposition. Journal of Ecology (accepted).
Wurzburger, N. 2016 Old growth temperate forests harbor hidden N-fixing bacteria. New Phytologist 210: 374-376.
Corrigendum for Wurzburger and Hedin 2016 10.1111/ele.12592
Wurzburger, N and Hedin, LO 2016 Taxonomic identity determines symbiotic N2 fixation by canopy trees across lowland tropical forests. Ecology Letters, 19: 62-70 DOI: 10.1111/ele.12543
Collins, CG, Wright, SJ, and Wurzburger N 2015 Root and leaf traits reflect distinct resource acquisition strategies in tropical lianas and trees. Oecologia DOI 10.1007/s00442-015-3410-7
Wurzburger, N and Wright, SJ 2015. Fine-root responses to fertilization reveal multiple nutrient limitation in a lowland tropical orest. Ecology 96: 2137-2146.
Wurzburger, N and Miniat, CF 2014. Drought enhances symbiotic di-nitrogen fixation and competitive ability of a temperate forest tree. Oecologia 174:1117-1126.
Bunch, WC, Cowden, CC, Wurzburger, N, Shefferson, RP.2013. Geography and soil chemistry drive the distribution of fungal associations in a lady’s slipper orchid, Cypripedium acaule, Botany 91(12):850-856.
Batterman, SA, Wurzburger, N, and Hedin, LO 2013. Nitrogen and phosphorus interact to control tropical N2 fixation: A test in Inga punctata, Journal of Ecology, 101: 1400-1408.
Wurzburger, N, Bellenger, JP, Kraepiel, AML., and Hedin, LO 2012. Molybdenum and phosphorus interact to constrain asymbiotic nitrogen fixation in tropical forests. PLoS ONE 7(3):e33710. pdf
Wurzburger, N, Higgins, BP and RL Hendrick 2011. Ericoid mycorrhizal root fungi and their multicopper oxdiases from a temperate forest shrub. Ecology and Evolution, 2(1): 65-79. pdf
Wright, SJ, Yavitt, JB, Wurzburger, N, Turner, BL, Tanner, EVJ, Sayer, EJ, Santiago, LS, Kaspari, M, Hedin, LO, Harms, KE, Garcia, MN and MD Corre 2011. Potassium, phosphorus, or nitrogen limit root allocation, tree growth, or litter production in a lowland tropical forest. Ecology 92: 1616-1625. pdf
Wurzburger, N and RL Hendrick 2009. Plant litter chemistry and mycorrhizal roots promote a nitrogen feedback in a temperate forest. Journal of Ecology 97: 528-536. pdf
Nuckolls, AE, Wurzburger, N, Ford, CR, Hendrick, RL, Vose, JM, and BD Kloeppel 2009. Hemlock declines rapidly with hemlock woolly adelgid infestation: Impacts on the carbon cycle of southern Appalachian forests. Ecosystems 12: 179-190. pdf
Barron, AR, Wurzburger, N, Bellenger, JP, Kraepiel, AML, Wright, SJ and LO Hedin 2009. Molybdenum limitation of asymbiotic nitrogen fixation in tropical forest soils. Nature Geoscience 2: 42-45. pdf
Wurzburger, N and RL Hendrick 2007. Rhododendron thickets alter N cycling and soil extracellular enzyme activities in southern Appalachian hardwood forests. Pedobiologia 50: 563-576. pdf
Ford, CR, Wurzburger, N, Hendrick, RL and RO Teskey 2007. Soil DIC uptake and fixation in Pinus taeda L. seedlings and its C contribution to plant tissues and mycorrhizal fungi. Tree Physiology 27: 375-383. pdf
Wurzburger, N, Hartshorn, AS and RL Hendrick 2004. Ectomycorrhizal fungal community structure across a bog-forest ecotone in southeastern Alaska. Mycorrhiza 14: 383-389. pdf
Wurzburger, N, Bidartondo, MI and CS Bledsoe 2001. Characterization of Pinus ectomycorrhizas from mixed conifer and pygmy forests using morphotyping and molecular methods. Canadian Journal of Botany 79: 1211-1216. pdf
Wurzburger, N and CS Bledsoe 2001. Comparison of ericoid and ectomycorrhizal colonization and ectomycorrhizal morphotypes in mixed conifer and pygmy forests on the northern California coast. Canadian Journal of Botany 79: 1202-1210. pdf