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(i) refereed papers in international journals
23. Staddon P, Lindo Z, Crittenden PD, Gilbert FS, Gonzalez A (2010) Connectivity, non-random extinction and ecosystem function in experimental metacommunities. Ecology Letters 13: 543-552.
22. Vandenkoornhuyse P, Mahé S, Ineson P, Staddon P, Ostle N, Cliquet JB, Francez AJ, Fitter AH, Young JP (2007) Active root-inhabiting microbes identified by rapid incorporation of plant-derived carbon into RNA. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104: 16970-16975.
21. Ostle N, Briones MJI, Ineson P, Cole L, Staddon P, Sleep D (2007) Isotopic detection of recent photosynthate carbon flow into grassland rhizosphere fauna. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39: 768-777.
20. Staddon PL, Jakobsen I, Blum H (2004) Nitrogen input mediates the effect of free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE) on mycorrhizal fungal abundance. Global Change Biology 10: 1678-1688.
19. Staddon PL, Gregersen R, Jakobsen I (2004) The response of two Glomus mycorrhizal fungi and a fine endophyte to elevated atmospheric CO2, soil warming and drought. Global Change Biology 10: 1909-1921.
18. Cole L, Staddon PL, Sleep D, Bardgett RD (2004) Soil animals influence microbial abundance, but not plant-microbial competition for organic nitrogen. Functional Ecology 18: 631-640.
17. Fitter AH, Heinemeyer A, Husband R, Olsen E, Ridgway KP, Staddon PL (2004) Global environmental change and the biology of arbuscular mycorrhizas: gaps and challenges. Canadian Journal of Botany 82: 1133-1139.
16. Staddon PL (2004) Carbon isotopes in functional soil ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19: 148-154.
15. Staddon PL, Bronk Ramsey C, Ostle N, Ineson P, Fitter AH (2003) Rapid turnover of hyphae of mycorrhizal fungi determined by AMS microanalysis of 14C. Science 300: 1138-1140.
14. Staddon PL, Ostle N, Dawson LA, Fitter AH (2003) The speed of soil carbon throughput in an upland grassland is increased by liming. Journal of Experimental Botany 54: 1461-1469.
13. Staddon PL, Ostle N, Fitter AH (2003) Earthworm extraction by electroshocking does not affect canopy CO2 exchange, root respiration, mycorrhizal fungal abundance or vitality. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 35: 421-426.
12. Staddon PL, Thompson K, Jakobsen I, Grime JP, Askew AP, Fitter AH (2003) Mycorrhizal fungal abundance is affected by long-term climatic manipulations in the field. Global Change Biology 9: 186-194.
11. Bradford MA, Jones TH, Bardgett RD, Black HIJ, Boag B, Bonkowski M, Cook R, Eggers T, Gange AC, Grayston SJ, Kandeler E, McCaig AE, Newington JE, Prosser JI, Setälä H, Staddon PL, Tordoff GM, Tscherko D, Lawton JH (2002) Impacts of soil faunal community composition on model grassland ecosystems. Science 298: 615-618.
10. Staddon PL, Heinemeyer A, Fitter AH (2002) Mycorrhizas and global environmental change: research at different scales. Plant and Soil 244: 253-261.
9. Staddon PL, Fitter AH (2001) The differential vitality of intraradical mycorrhizal structures and its implications. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 33: 129-132.
8. Fitter AH, Heinemeyer A, Staddon PL (2000) The impact of elevated CO2 and global climate change on arbuscular mycorrhizas: a mycocentric approach. New Phytologist 147: 179-187.
7. Staddon PL, Fitter AH, Robinson D (1999) Effects of mycorrhizal colonisation and elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide on carbon fixation and below ground carbon partitioning in Plantago lanceolata. Journal of Experimental Botany 50: 853-860.
6. Staddon PL, Robinson D, Graves JD, Fitter AH (1999) The 13C signature of the external phase of a Glomus mycorrhizal fungus: determination and implications. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 31: 1067-1070.
5. Staddon PL, Fitter AH, Graves JD (1999) Effect of elevated atmospheric CO2 on mycorrhizal colonisation, external mycorrhizal hyphal production and phosphorus inflow in Plantago lanceolata and Trifolium repens in association with the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae. Global Change Biology 5: 347-358.
4. Staddon PL, Graves JD, Fitter AH (1999) Effect of enhanced atmospheric CO2 on mycorrhizal colonisation and phosphorus inflow in 10 herbaceous species of contrasting growth strategies. Functional Ecology 13: 190-199.
3. Staddon PL (1998) Insights into mycorrhizal colonisation at elevated CO2: a simple carbon partitioning model. Plant and Soil 205: 171-180.
2. Staddon PL, Fitter AH (1998) Does elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide affect arbuscular mycorrhizas? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 13: 455-458.
1. Staddon PL, Graves JD, Fitter AH (1998) Effect of enhanced atmospheric CO2 on mycorrhizal colonisation by Glomus mosseae in Plantago lanceolata and Trifolium repens. New Phytologist 139: 571-580.
(ii) notes and comments in international journals
Staddon PL (2005) Mycorrhizal fungi and environmental change: the need for a mycocentric approach. New Phytologist 167: 635-637.
Staddon PL (2005) Stable isotopes elucidate global cycles. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 20: 302-303.
(iii) conferences and meetings
Staddon PL. Mycorrhizal fungi and their role in the soil carbon cycle. Workshop on Fine Root Turnover, SLU, Uppsala, Sweden, September 2003.
Staddon PL, Jakobsen I. The response of two arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and a fine endophyte to elevated atmospheric CO2, soil warming and drought. British Ecological Society Annual Symposium, Lancaster, March 2003.
Cole L, Staddon PL, Bardgett RD. Do soil animals affect plant-microbial competition for nitrogen? British Ecological Society Winter and Annual Meeting, York, December 2002.
Staddon PL, Fitter AH, Thompson K. Arbuscular mycorrhizas and global environmental change. COST 8.38 Working Group 3 meeting and workshop: Nutrient Transport Processes in Arbuscular Mycorrhizas, Roskilde, Denmark, January 2001.
Staddon PL, Graves JD, Fitter AH. Effect of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide on mycorrhizal colonisation and external hyphal production by the fungus Glomus mosseae with Plantago lanceolata and Trifolium repens as hosts. Second International Conference on Mycorrhizas (ICOM2), Uppsala, Sweden, July 1998.
Staddon PL, Graves JD, Fitter AH. Effect of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide on mycorrhizal colonisation and external hyphal production by the fungus Glomus mosseae with Plantago lanceolata and Trifolium repens as hosts. Society for Experimental Biology Annual Meeting, York, March 1998.
Staddon PL, Fitter AH, Graves JD. Effects of elevated CO2 on mycorrhizal colonisation: a time course experiment. British Ecological Society Winter and Annual General Meeting, Durham, December 1996.
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