Anders Tunlid
Anders Tunlid
Professor in Microbial Ecology, Lund University
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Phospholipid fatty acid composition, biomass, and activity of microbial communities from two soil types experimentally exposed to different heavy metals
Å Frostegård, A Tunlid, E Bååth
Applied and environmental microbiology 59 (11), 3605-3617, 1993
Use and misuse of PLFA measurements in soils
Å Frostegård, A Tunlid, E Bååth
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (8), 1621-1625, 2011
The genome of Laccaria bicolor provides insights into mycorrhizal symbiosis
F Martin, A Aerts, D Ahrén, A Brun, EGJ Danchin, F Duchaussoy, J Gibon, ...
Nature 452 (7183), 88-92, 2008
Microbial biomass measured as total lipid phosphate in soils of different organic content
Å Frostegård, A Tunlid, E Bååth
Journal of Microbiological Methods 14 (3), 151-163, 1991
Convergent losses of decay mechanisms and rapid turnover of symbiosis genes in mycorrhizal mutualists
A Kohler, A Kuo, LG Nagy, E Morin, KW Barry, F Buscot, B Canbäck, ...
Nature genetics 47 (4), 410-415, 2015
Ectomycorrhizal fungi–potential organic matter decomposers, yet not saprotrophs
BD Lindahl, A Tunlid
New Phytologist 205 (4), 1443-1447, 2015
Biochemical analysis of biomass, community structure, nutritional status, and metabolic activity of microbial communities in soil
A Tunlid, DC White
Soil biochemistry, 229-262, 2021
Global patterns of diversity and community structure in marine bacterioplankton
T Pommier, B Canbäck, L Riemann, KH Boström, K Simu, P Lundberg, ...
Molecular ecology 16 (4), 867-880, 2007
Insights into evolution of multicellular fungi from the assembled chromosomes of the mushroom Coprinopsis cinerea (Coprinus cinereus)
JE Stajich, SK Wilke, D Ahrén, CH Au, BW Birren, M Borodovsky, C Burns, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (26), 11889-11894, 2010
Changes in microbial community structure during long-term incubation in two soils experimentally contaminated with metals
Å Frostegård, A Tunlid, E Bååth
Soil biology and Biochemistry 28 (1), 55-63, 1996
Nematophagous fungi
B Nordbring‐Hertz, HB Jansson, A Tunlid
e LS, 2001
Ectomycorrhizal fungi decompose soil organic matter using oxidative mechanisms adapted from saprotrophic ancestors
F Shah, C Nicolás, J Bentzer, M Ellström, M Smits, F Rineau, B Canbäck, ...
New phytologist 209 (4), 1705-1719, 2016
Characterization of Bacteria That Suppress Rhizoctonia Damping-Off in Bark Compost Media by Analysis of Fatty Acid Biomarkers
A Tunlid, HAJ Hoitink, C Low, DC White
Applied and environmental microbiology 55 (6), 1368-1374, 1989
Physiological and morphological changes during short term starvation of marine bacterial islates
P Mårdén, A Tunlid, K Malmcrona-Friberg, G Odham, S Kjelleberg
Archives of Microbiology 142, 326-332, 1985
Improving the pathogenicity of a nematode-trapping fungus by genetic engineering of a subtilisin with nematotoxic activity
J Ahman, T Johansson, M Olsson, PJ Punt, CA van den Hondel, A Tunlid
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 68 (7), 3408-3415, 2002
The ectomycorrhizal fungus Paxillus involutus converts organic matter in plant litter using a trimmed brown‐rot mechanism involving Fenton chemistry
F Rineau, D Roth, F Shah, M Smits, T Johansson, B Canbäck, PB Olsen, ...
Environmental Microbiology 14 (6), 1477-1487, 2012
Purification and characterization of an extracellular serine protease from the nematode-trapping fungus Arthrobotrys oligospora
A Tunlid, S Rosén, BO Ek, L Rask
Microbiology 140 (7), 1687-1695, 1994
Exploring the role of ectomycorrhizal fungi in soil carbon dynamics
DR Zak, PT Pellitier, WA Argiroff, B Castillo, TY James, LE Nave, C Averill, ...
New Phytologist 223 (1), 33-39, 2019
The soil organic matter decomposition mechanisms in ectomycorrhizal fungi are tuned for liberating soil organic nitrogen
C Nicolás, T Martin-Bertelsen, D Floudas, J Bentzer, M Smits, ...
The ISME journal 13 (4), 977-988, 2019
Fungal attachment to nematodes
A Tunlid, HB Jansson, B Nordbring-Hertz
Mycological research 96 (6), 401-412, 1992
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