Further Reading

Allen MF, Swenson W, Querejeta JI, Egerton-Warburton LM, and Treseder KK (2003) Ecology of mycorrhizae: A conceptual framework for complex interactions among plants and fungi. Annual Review of Phytopathology 41: 271-303.

Bais HP, Park S-W, Weir TL, Callaway RM, and Vivanco JM (2004) How plants communicate using the underground information superhighway. Trends in Plant Science 9: 26-32.

Coleman DC, Crossley DA, Jr., and Hendriz PF (2004)

Fundamentals of Soil Ecology, 2nd edn. New York: Elsevier Academic Press.

Garbeva P, van Veen JA, and van Elsas JD (2004) Microbial diversity in soil: Selection of microbial populations by plant and soil type and implications for disease suppressiveness. Annual Review of Phytopathology 42: 243-270.

Hawes MC, Brigham LA, Wen F, Woo HH, and Zhu Z (1998) Function of root border cells in plant health: Pioneers in the rhizosphere. Annual Review of Phytopathology 36: 311-327.

Hey J (2001) The mind of the species problem. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 16: 326-329.

Kent AD and Triplett EW (2002) Microbial communities and their interactions in soil and rhizosphere ecosystems. Annual Review of Microbiology 56: 211-236.

Kilronomos JN, Rillig MC, and Allen MF (1999) Designing belowground field experiments with the help of semi-variance and power analyses. Applied Soil Ecology 12: 227-238.

Kirk JL, Beaudette LA, Hart M, etal. (2004) Methods of studying soil microbial diversity. Journal of Microbiology Methods 58: 169-188.

Klein DA and Paschke MW (2004) Filamentous fungi: The indeterminate lifestyle and microbial ecology. Microbial Ecology 47: 224-235.

Mark GL, Dow JM, Kiely PD, et al. (2005) Transcriptome profiling of bacterial responses to root exudates identifies genes involved in microbe-plant interactions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 102: 17454-17459.

Morris CE and Monier JM (2003) The ecological significance of biofilm formation by plant-associated bacteria. Annual Review of Phytopathology 41: 429-453.

Phillips DA, Fox TC, King MD, Bhuvaneswari TV, and Teuber LR (2004) Microbial products trigger amino acid exudation from plant roots. Plant Physiology 136: 2887-2894.

Torsvil V, Daae FL, Sandaa R-A, and Ovreas L (1998) Review article: Novel techniques for analyzing microbial diversity in natural and perturbed environments. Journal of Biotechnology 64: 53-62.

Waisel Y, Amram E, and Kafkafi U (2002) Plant Roots: The Hidden Half, 3rd edn. New York: Dekker.

Wintzingerod FV, Govel UB, and Stackebrandt E (1997) Determination of microbial diversity in environmental samples: Pitfalls of PCR-based rRNA analysis. FEMS Microbiology Reviews 21: 213-229.

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