Benjamin E. Wolfe
Benjamin E. Wolfe
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Diet rapidly and reproducibly alters the human gut microbiome
LA David, CF Maurice, RN Carmody, DB Gootenberg, JE Button, ...
Nature 505 (7484), 559-563, 2014
63472014
Invasive plant suppresses the growth of native tree seedlings by disrupting belowground mutualisms
KA Stinson, SA Campbell, JR Powell, BE Wolfe, RM Callaway, GC Thelen, ...
PLoS biology 4 (5), e140, 2006
8782006
Water resources: agricultural and environmental issues
D Pimentel, B Berger, D Filiberto, M Newton, B Wolfe, E Karabinakis, ...
BioScience 54 (10), 909-918, 2004
7732004
Breaking new ground: soil communities and exotic plant invasion
BE Wolfe, JN Klironomos
BioScience 55 (6), 477-487, 2005
5662005
Cheese rind communities provide tractable systems for in situ and in vitro studies of microbial diversity
BE Wolfe, JE Button, M Santarelli, RJ Dutton
Cell 158 (2), 422-433, 2014
3532014
The invasive plant Alliaria petiolata (garlic mustard) inhibits ectomycorrhizal fungi in its introduced range
BE Wolfe, VL Rodgers, KA Stinson, A Pringle
Journal of Ecology 96 (4), 777-783, 2008
2302008
Global patterns of ectomycorrhizal introductions
EC Vellinga, BE Wolfe, A Pringle
New Phytologist 181 (4), 960-973, 2009
2062009
Abrupt rise in atmospheric CO 2 overestimates community response in a model plant–soil system
JN Klironomos, MF Allen, MC Rillig, J Piotrowski, S Makvandi-Nejad, ...
Nature 433 (7026), 621-624, 2005
1902005
Fermented foods as experimentally tractable microbial ecosystems
BE Wolfe, RJ Dutton
Cell 161 (1), 49-55, 2015
1892015
Effects of a belowground mutualism on an aboveground mutualism
BE Wolfe, BC Husband, JN Klironomos
Ecology Letters 8 (2), 218-223, 2005
1492005
The invasive species Alliaria petiolata (garlic mustard) increases soil nutrient availability in northern hardwood-conifer forests
VL Rodgers, BE Wolfe, LK Werden, AC Finzi
Oecologia 157 (3), 459-471, 2008
1332008
Small-scale spatial heterogeneity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal abundance and community composition in a wetland plant community
BE Wolfe, DL Mummey, MC Rillig, JN Klironomos
Mycorrhiza 17 (3), 175-183, 2007
1182007
The irreversible loss of a decomposition pathway marks the single origin of an ectomycorrhizal symbiosis
BE Wolfe, RE Tulloss, A Pringle
PloS one 7 (7), e39597, 2012
1172012
Real-time metabolomics on living microorganisms using ambient electrospray ionization flow-probe
CC Hsu, MS ElNaggar, Y Peng, J Fang, LM Sanchez, SJ Mascuch, ...
Analytical chemistry 85 (15), 7014-7018, 2013
1022013
A keystone predator controls bacterial diversity in the pitcher‐plant (Sarracenia purpurea) microecosystem
CN Peterson, S Day, BE Wolfe, AM Ellison, R Kolter, A Pringle
Environmental Microbiology 10 (9), 2257-2266, 2008
792008
Distribution and abundance of the introduced ectomycorrhizal fungus Amanita phalloides in North America
BE Wolfe, F Richard, HB Cross, A Pringle
New Phytologist 185 (3), 803-816, 2010
752010
Extensive Horizontal Gene Transfer in Cheese-Associated Bacteria
KS Bonham, BE Wolfe, RJ Dutton
eLife 6, e22144, 2017
642017
Biotic Interactions Shape the Ecological Distributions of Staphylococcus Species
EK Kastman, N Kamelamela, JW Norville, CM Cosetta, RJ Dutton, ...
mBio 7 (5), e01157-16, 2016
602016
Fungal networks shape dynamics of bacterial dispersal and community assembly in cheese rind microbiomes
Y Zhang, EK Kastman, JS Guasto, BE Wolfe
Nature Communications 9 (1), 336, 2018
582018
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and water table affect wetland plant community composition
BE Wolfe, PA Weishampel, JN Klironomos
Journal of Ecology 94 (5), 905-914, 2006
532006
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