Karl J. Romanowicz
Karl J. Romanowicz
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Differential responses of total and active soil microbial communities to long-term experimental N deposition
ZB Freedman, KJ Romanowicz, RA Upchurch, DR Zak
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 90, 275-282, 2015
672015
Active microorganisms in forest soils differ from the total community yet are shaped by the same environmental factors: the influence of pH and soil moisture
KJ Romanowicz, ZB Freedman, RA Upchurch, WA Argiroff, DR Zak
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 92 (10), 2016
342016
Understanding drivers of peatland extracellular enzyme activity in the PEATcosm experiment: mixed evidence for enzymic latch hypothesis
KJ Romanowicz, ES Kane, LR Potvin, AL Daniels, RK Kolka, EA Lilleskov
Plant and soil 397 (1-2), 371-386, 2015
252015
Patterns and drivers of fungal community depth stratification in Sphagnum peat
LJ Lamit, KJ Romanowicz, LR Potvin, AR Rivers, K Singh, JT Lennon, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 93 (7), 2017
102017
Anthropogenic N deposition alters the composition of expressed class II fungal peroxidases
EM Entwistle, KJ Romanowicz, WA Argiroff, ZB Freedman, JJ Morris, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 84 (9), 2018
52018
Anthropogenic N deposition, fungal gene expression, and an increasing soil carbon sink in the Northern Hemisphere
DR Zak, WA Argiroff, ZB Freedman, RA Upchurch, EM Entwistle, ...
Ecology 100 (10), e02804, 2019
42019
Activity of an introduced earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris) increases under future rates of atmospheric nitrogen deposition in northern temperate forests
KJ Romanowicz, DR Zak
Applied Soil Ecology 120, 206-210, 2017
2017
Active microorganisms in forest soils differ from the total community yet are shaped by the same environmental factors
K Romanowicz, Z Freedman, R Upchurch, W Argiroff, D Zak
F1000Research 5, 2016
2016
Soil moisture constraints differentiate metabolically active microorganisms from the total community in forest soils
KJ Romanowicz, ZB Freedman, RA Upchurch, DR Zak
101st ESA Annual Meeting (August 7--12, 2016), 2016
2016
Plant-mediated effects on microbial diversity in mesocosms of an oligotrophic bog
KJ Romanowicz
Michigan Technological University, 2013
2013
Discerning shifts in peatland microbial communities following plant functional group manipulations to better understand their role in soil carbon cycling.
KJ Romanowicz, SG Tringe, JT Lennon, EA Lilleskov
Chronic nitrogen deposition affects the active bacteria in a northern hardwood forest
KJ Romanowicz, ZB Freedman, DR Zak
Chronic nitrogen deposition alters the functional potential of soil microbial communities in northern hardwood forests
RA Upchurch, ZB Freedman, KJ Romanowicz, DR Zak
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