Years 2000 - 2005

Kelly, C. N., J. B. Morton, and J. R. Cumming. 2005. Variation in aluminum resistance among arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Mycorrhiza 15:193-201.

Toler, H. D., J. B. Morton, and J. R. Cumming. 2005. Growth and metal accumulation of mycorrhizal sorghum exposed to elevated copper and zinc. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 164:155-172.

Morton, J. B., R. E. Koske, S. L. Stürmer, and S. P. Bentivenga. 2004. Mutualistic arbuscular endomycorrhizal fungi. Pp.317-336. In: Biodiversity of Fungi: Inventory and Monitoring Methods. G. M. Mueller, G. F. Bills, and M. S. Foster (eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington , D.C.

Lovelock, C. E., K. Anderson, and J. B. Morton. 2003. Arbuscular mycorrhizal communities in tropical forests are affected by host tree species and environment. Oecologia 135:268-279.

Bever, J. D., P. A. Schultz, A. Pringle, and J. B. Morton. 2001. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: More diverse than meets the eye and the ecological tale of why. BioScience 51:923-931.

Franke-Snyder, M., D. D. Douds Jr., L. Galvez, J. G. Phillips, P. Wagoner, L. Drinkwater, and J. B. Morton. 2001. Diversity of communities of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi present in conventional versus low-input agricultural sites in eastern Pennsylvania, USA. Applied Soil Ecology 16:35-48.

Lanfranco, L., V. Bianciotto, E. Lumini, M. Souza, J. Morton, and P. Bonfante. 2001. A combined morphological and molecular approach to characterize mycorrhizal fungal isolates in Gigasporaceae. New Phytology 152:169-179.

Morton, J. B. and D. Redecker. 2001. Two new families of Glomales, Archaeosporaceae and Paraglomaceae, with two new genera Archaeospora and Paraglomus, based on concordant molecular and morphological characters. Mycologia 93:181-195.

Benny G. L., R. A. Humber, and J. B. Morton. 2000. Zygomycota: Zygomycetes. pp. 113-146. In: The Mycota Vol. VII, part A, Systematics and Evolution. D. J. McLaughlin, E. McLaughlin, and P. A. Lemke (eds). Springer-Verlag, New York.

Redecker, D., J. B. Morton, and T. D. Bruns. 2000. Ancestral lineages of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (Glomales). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 14:276-284.

Redecker, D., J. B. Morton, and T. D. Bruns. 2000. Molecular phylogeny of Glomus sinuosum and Sclerocystis coremioides places both taxa firmly in Glomus. Mycologia 92:282-285.

Stutz, J. C., R. Copeman, C. A. Martin, and J. B. Morton. 2000. Patterns of species composition and distribution of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in arid regions of southwestern North America and Namibia, Africa. Canad. J. Bot. 78:237-245.