Rua MA, Lamit LJ, Gehring C, Antunes P, Hoeksema JD, Zabinski C, Karst J, Burns C, Woods MJ. 2017. Accounting for local adaptation in ectomycorrhizas: a call to track geographical origin of plants, fungi, and soils in experiments. Mycorrhiza on-line early
Karst J, Gaster J, Wiley E, Landhäusser S. 2016. Stress differentially causes roots of tree seedlings to exude carbon. Tree Physiology DOI: 10.1093/treephys/tpw090
Pec G, Karst J, Taylor DL, Cigan P, Erbilgin N, Cooke J, Simard S, Cahill J. 2016. Change in soil fungal community structure driven by a decline in ectomycorrhizal fungi following a mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae) outbreak. New Phytologist DOI: 10.1111/nph.14195
Cahill J, Cale J, Karst J, Bao T, Pec G, Erbilgin N. 2016. No silver bullet: different soil handling techniques are useful for different research questions, exhibit differential type I and II error rates, and are sensitive to sampling intensity. New Phytologist DOI: 10.1111/nph.14141
Hupperts S, Karst J, Pritsch K, Landhäusser S. 2016. Host phenology and potential saprotrophism of ectomycorrhizal fungi in the boreal forest. Functional Ecology DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.12695
Rúa M et al. 2016. Home-field advantage? evidence of local adaptation among plants, soil, and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi through meta-analysis. BMC Evolutionary Biology DOI: 10.1186/s12862-016-0698-9
V. Bala Chaudhary et al. 2016. MycoDB, a global database of plant response to mycorrhizal fungi. Scientific Data DOI: 10.1038/sdata.2016.28
Gaster J, Karst J, Landhäusser SM. 2015. The role of seedling nutrient status on development of ectomycorrhizal fungal communities in two soil types following surface mining disturbance.
Pedobiologia 58: 129-135
Karst J*, Chow P* and Simon M. Landhäusser. 2015. Biases underlying species detection using fluorescent amplified-fragment length polymorphisms yielded from roots.
Plant Methods DOI 10.1186/s13007-015-0079-1 * These authors contributed equally
Karst J*, Erbilgin N*, Pec GJ, Cigan PW, Najar A, Simard SW, Cahill JF. 2015. Ectomycorrhizal fungi mediate indirect effects of a bark beetle outbreak on secondary chemistry and establishment of pine seedlings. New Phytologist DOI: 10.1111/nph.13492 * these authors contributed equally
Abbott K, Karst J, Biederman L, Borett S, Hastings A, Walsh V, Miller L, Bever JD. 2015. Spatial heterogeneity in soil microbes alters outcomes of plant competition.
PLoS One 10: DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0125788
Pec GJ, Karst J, Sywenky A, Cigan PW, Erbilgin N, Simard SS, and Cahill JF, Jr. 2015. Rapid increases in forest understory diversity and productivity following a mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae) outbreak. PLoS One DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0124691
Hankin S, Karst J, Landhäusser SM. 2015. Influence of tree species and salvaged soils on the recovery of ectomycorrhizal fungi in upland boreal forest restoration after surface mining.
Botany 93: 267-277
Cigan PW, Karst J, Cahill JF, Jr., Sywenky A, Pec GJ, Erbilgin N. 2015. Influence of bark beetle outbreaks on nutrient cycling in pine stands in western Canada. Plant and Soil 390: 29-47
Karst J, Randall M, Gehring CA. 2014. Consequences for ectomycorrhizal fungi of the selective loss or gain of pine across landscapes.
Botany 92: 855-865
Randall M, Karst J, Pec G, Davis C, Hall J, Cahill JF, Jr. 2014. A molecular identification protocol for roots of boreal forest tree species. Applications in Plant Sciences DOI: http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.3732/apps.1400069
Treu R*, Karst J*, Randall M, Pec GJ, Cigan P, Simard S, Cooke J, Erbilgin N, Cahill JF. 2014. Decline of ectomycorrhizal fungi following a mountain pine beetle epidemic. Ecology 95: 1096-1103. * these authors contributed equally
Schott K, Karst J, Landhäusser SM. 2014. The role of microsite conditions in restoring trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) from seed.
Restoration Ecology 22: 292-295
Karst J and Landhäusser SM. 2014. Low soil temperatures increase carbon reserves in Picea mariana and Pinus contorta. Annals of Forest Science 71: 371-380
Karst J, Piculell B, Brigham C, Booth M, Hoeksema J. 2013. The community structure of soil fungi along a vegetative ecotone. Mycologia 105: 61-70
Karst J, Belter P, Bennett J, Cahill J. 2012. Context-dependence in foraging behavior of Achillea millefolium. Oceologia 170: 925-933
White S, Bork E, Karst J, Cahill, JF. 2012. Similarity between grassland vegetation and seed bank shifts with altered precipitation and cutting, but not warming. Community Ecology 13: 129-136
Cameron E, Zabrodski M, Karst J, Bayne E. 2012. Non-native earthworm influences on ectomycorrhizal colonization and growth of white spruce.
Ecoscience 19: 29-37
2011 and earlier
Karst J, Hoeksema JD, Jones MD, Turkington R. 2011. Parsing the roles of abiotic and biotic factors in Douglas-fir seedling growth.
Pedobiologia 54: 273-280
Hoeksema JD, *Chaudhary VB, *Gehring CA, *Collins Johnson N, *Karst J, *Koide RT, *Pringle A, *Zabinski C, †Bever J, †Moore JC, †Wilson GWT, Klironomos J, Umbanhowar J. 2010. Context-dependency in plant response to mycorrhizal fungi: a meta-analysis. Ecology Letters 13: 394-407 * These authors contributed equally and are listed in alphabetical order † These authors contributed equally and are listed in alphabetical order
Karst J, Jones MD and Turkington R. 2009. Ectomycorrhizal colonization and intraspecific variation in height of lodgepole pine.
Plant Ecology 200: 161-165
Karst J, Marczak LB, Jones MD and Turkington R. 2008. The mutualism-parasitism continuum in ectomycorrhizas: a quantitative assessment using meta-analysis.
Teste F*, Karst J*, Jones MD, Simard S and Durall D. 2006. Methods to control ectomycorrhizal colonization: effectiveness of chemical and physical barriers. Mycorrhiza 17: 51-65 * these authors contributed equally
Karst J*, Gilbert B* and Lechowicz MJ. 2005. Fern community assembly: The roles of chance and the environment at local and intermediate scales.
Ecology 86: 2473-2486 * these authors contributed equally
Weber A, Karst J, Gilbert B and Kimmins JP. 2005. Thuja plicata exclusion in ectomycorrhiza-dominated forests: testing the role of inoculum potential of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Oecologia 143:148-156