Sari Timonen
Sari Timonen
University Lecturer, University of Helsinki
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Preserving accuracy in GenBank
TD Bruns, M Blackwell, I Edwards, AFS Taylor, T Horton, N Zhang, ...
Science 319 (5870), 2008
Interactions between plant species and mycorrhizal colonization on the bacterial community composition in the rhizosphere
P Marschner, S Timonen
Applied soil ecology 28 (1), 23-36, 2005
Bacterial community structure at defined locations of Pinus sylvestris - Suillus bovinus and Pinus sylvestris - Paxillus involutus mycorrhizospheres in dry pine …
S Timonen, KS Jørgensen, K Haahtela, R Sen
Canadian journal of Microbiology 44 (6), 499-513, 1998
Bacterial colonization patterns of intact Pinus sylvestris mycorrhizospheres in dry pine forest soil: an electron microscopy study
EL Nurmiaho-Lassila, S Timonen, K Haahtela, R Sen
Canadian Journal of Microbiology 43 (11), 1017-1035, 1997
Microbial biofilms and catabolic plasmid harbouring degradative fluorescent pseudomonads in Scots pine mycorrhizospheres developed on petroleum contaminated soil
I Sarand, S Timonen, EL Nurmiaho-Lassila, T Koivula, K Haahtela, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 27 (2), 115-126, 1998
Heterogeneity of fungal and plant enzyme expression in intact Scots pine–Suillus bovinus and –Paxillus involutus mycorrhizospheres developed in …
S Timonen, R Sen
The New Phytologist 138 (2), 355-366, 1998
Dynamics of phosphorus translocation in intact ectomycorrhizal systems: non-destructive monitoring using a β-scanner
S Timonen, RD Finlay, S Olsson, B Söderström
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 19 (3), 171-180, 1996
Archaea in dry soil environments
S Timonen, M Bomberg
Phytochemistry Reviews 8 (3), 505-518, 2009
Nested PCR detection of Archaea in defined compartments of pine mycorrhizospheres developed in boreal forest humus microcosms
M Bomberg, G Jurgens, A Saano, R Sen, S Timonen
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 43 (2), 163-171, 2003
Characterization of the host genotype and fungal diversity in Scots pine ectomycorrhiza from natural humus microcosms using isozyme and PCR-RFLP analyses
S Timonen, H Tammi, R Sen
The New Phytologist 135 (2), 313-323, 1997
Immunofluorescence microscopy of the cytoskeleton in filamentous fungi after quick-freezing and low-temperature fixation
M Raudaskoski, I Rupesˇ, S Timonen
Experimental mycology 15 (2), 167-173, 1991
Characterization of culturable bacterial populations associating with Pinus sylvestrisSuillus bovinus mycorrhizospheres
S Timonen, T Hurek
Canadian Journal of Microbiology 52 (8), 769-778, 2006
Identification of nitrogen mineralization enzymes, l-amino acid oxidases, from the ectomycorrhizal fungi Hebeloma spp. and Laccaria bicolor
JT Nuutinen, S Timonen
Mycological research 112 (12), 1453-1464, 2008
Tolerance and biodegradation of m‐toluate by Scots pine, a mycorrhizal fungus and fluorescent pseudomonads individually and under associative conditions
I Sarand, S Timonen, T Koivula, R Peltola, K Haahtela, R Sen, ...
Journal of Applied Microbiology 86 (5), 817-826, 1999
Mycorrhizosphere concept
S Timonen, P Marschner
Microbial activity in the rhizoshere, 155-172, 2006
Distribution of Cren-and Euryarchaeota in Scots pine mycorrhizospheres and boreal forest humus
M Bomberg, S Timonen
Microbial ecology 54 (3), 406-416, 2007
Bacterial community composition and activity in rhizosphere of roots colonized by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
P Marschner, S Timonen
Microbial Activity in the Rhizoshere, 139-154, 2006
Effect of tree species and mycorrhizal colonization on the archaeal population of boreal forest rhizospheres
M Bomberg, S Timonen
Applied and environmental microbiology 75 (2), 308-315, 2009
Cytoskeleton in mycorrhizal symbiosis
S Timonen, RL Peterson
Diversity and Integration in Mycorrhizas, 199-210, 2002
The effect of nursery substrate and fertilization on the growth and ectomycorrhizal status of containerized and outplanted seedlings of Picea abies
LM Vaario, A Tervonen, K Haukioja, M Haukioja, T Pennanen, S Timonen
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39 (1), 64-75, 2009
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