Carlos Urcelay
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Corrigendum to: new handbook for standardised measurement of plant functional traits worldwide
N Perez-Harguindeguy, S Diaz, E Garnier, S Lavorel, H Poorter, ...
Australian Journal of botany 64 (8), 715-716, 2016
21742016
Plant functional types: are we getting any closer to the Holy Grail?
S Lavorel, S Díaz, J Cornelissen, E Garnier, S Harrison, S McIntyre, ...
Terrestrial ecosystems in a changing world, 149-164, 2007
4142007
Suites of root traits differ between annual and perennial species growing in the field
C Roumet, C Urcelay, S Díaz
New Phytologist 170 (2), 357-368, 2006
2742006
Sebacinales are common mycorrhizal associates of Ericaceae
MA Selosse, S Setaro, F Glatard, F Richard, C Urcelay, M Weiß
New Phytologist 174 (4), 864-878, 2007
2082007
Functional traits of alien plants across contrasting climatic and land‐use regimes: do aliens join the locals or try harder than them?
PA Tecco, S Díaz, M Cabido, C Urcelay
Journal of Ecology 98 (1), 17-27, 2010
1662010
The mycorrhizal dependence of subordinates determines the effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on plant diversity
C Urcelay, S Diaz
Ecology Letters 6 (5), 388-391, 2003
1442003
The role of inoculum identity in drought stress mitigation by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in soybean
BC Grümberg, C Urcelay, MA Shroeder, S Vargas-Gil, CM Luna
Biology and fertility of soils 51 (1), 1-10, 2015
642015
Ectomycorrhizal fungal communities associated to Nothofagus species in Northern Patagonia
E Nouhra, C Urcelay, S Longo, L Tedersoo
Mycorrhiza 23 (6), 487-496, 2013
532013
Mycorrhizal community resilience in response to experimental plant functional type removals in a woody ecosystem
C Urcelay, S Diaz, DE Gurvich, FS Chapin III, E Cuevas, LS Dominguez
Journal of Ecology 97 (6), 1291-1301, 2009
492009
Co-occurrence of three fungal root symbionts in Gaultheria poeppiggi DC in Central Argentina
C Urcelay
Mycorrhiza 12 (2), 89-92, 2002
472002
Fungal root symbionts and their relationship with fine root proportion in native plants from the Bolivian Andean highlands above 3,700 m elevation
C Urcelay, J Acho, R Joffre
Mycorrhiza 21 (5), 323-330, 2011
452011
Taxonomy, ecology, and biogeography of polypores (Basidiomycetes) from Argentinian Polylepis woodlands
C Urcelay, L Dominguez, M Rajchenberg, G Robledo
Canadian journal of botany 84 (10), 1561-1572, 2006
45*2006
Mycorrhizal colonization mediated by species interactions in arctic tundra
C Urcelay, MS Bret-Harte, S Díaz, FS Chapin
Oecologia 137 (3), 399-404, 2003
432003
The composition of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in the roots of a ruderal forb is not related to the forest fragmentation process
G Grilli, C Urcelay, L Galetto, J Davison, M Vasar, Ü Saks, T Jairus, ...
Environmental Microbiology 17 (8), 2709-2720, 2015
402015
Plant functional traits and phylogenetic relatedness explain variation in associations with root fungal endophytes in an extreme arid environment
MA Lugo, KO Reinhart, E Menoyo, EM Crespo, C Urcelay
Mycorrhiza 25 (2), 85-95, 2015
402015
Forest fragment size and nutrient availability: complex responses of mycorrhizal fungi in native–exotic hosts
G Grilli, C Urcelay, L Galetto
Plant Ecology 213 (1), 155-165, 2012
392012
Contrasting functional trait syndromes underlay woody alien success in the same ecosystem
PA Tecco, C Urcelay, S Diaz, M Cabido, N PÉREZ‐HARGUINDEGUY
Austral Ecology 38 (4), 443-451, 2013
372013
Differential growth response to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and plant density in two wild plants belonging to contrasting functional types
M Pérez, C Urcelay
Mycorrhiza 19 (8), 517-523, 2009
342009
Community structure of polypores (Basidiomycota) in Andean alder wood in Argentina: Functional groups among wood‐decay fungi?
C Urcelay, G Robledo
Austral Ecology 29 (4), 471-476, 2004
342004
Co-invasive exotic pines and their ectomycorrhizal symbionts show capabilities for wide distance and altitudinal range expansion
C Urcelay, S Longo, J Geml, PA Tecco, E Nouhra
Fungal Ecology 25, 50-58, 2017
332017
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