Pierre-Luc Chagnon – publications

  • Chagnon, P.-L., Brisson, J. The role of mycorrhizal associations in phytotechnology. Botany, in press.
  • Urli, M., Brown, C., Narvaes-Perez, R., Chagnon, P.-L., Vellend, M. (2016). Increased seedling establishment via enemy-release at the upper elevational range limit of sugar maple (Acer saccharum), Ecology, 97: 3058-3069.
  • Dalpé, Y., Séguin, S., Chagnon, P.-L. (2016). Glomeromycetes from the Magdalen Islands archipelago: analyzing diversity and meta-community structure in a sand-dune ecosystem, Botany, 94: 1195-1208.
  • Chagnon, P.-L., Bradley, R.L., Klironomos, J.N. Mutualistic network assembly in a community context: the presence of neighbors matters. Soumis à Journal of Ecology.
  • Chagnon, P.-L. (2016). Seeing networks for what they are in mycorrhizal ecology, Fungal Ecology, 24: 148-154.
  • Chagnon, P.-L. Barber’s modularity outperforms boundary clumping to detect compartments in binary matrices, Acta Oecologica, re-soumis.
  • Chagnon, P.-L., Rineau, F., Kaiser, C. (2016). Mycorrhizas across scales: a journey between genomics, global patterns of biodiversity and biogeochemistry, New Phytolologist, 209: 913-916.
  • Chagnon, P.-L., U’ren, J.M., Miadlikowska, J., Lutzoni, F., Arnold, A.E. (2016). Interaction type influences ecological network structure more than local abiotic conditions: evidence from endophytic and endolichenic fungi at a continental scale, Oecologia, 180: 181-191.
  • Chagnon, P.-L., and Bainard, L.D. (2015). Using molecular biology to study mycorrhizal fungal community ecology: limits and perspectives, Plant Signalling and Behaviour, 10: e1046668, DOI:10.1080/15592324.2015.1046668
  • Hart, M.M., Aleklett, K., Chagnon, P.-L., et al. (2015). Navigating the labyrinth: A guide to sequence-based, community ecology of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, New Phytologist, 207: 235-247.
  • Chagnon, P.-L., Bradley, R.L. and Klironomos, J.N., Trait-based partner selection drives the assembly of a mycorrhizal network, Oikos, 124: 1609-1616.
  • Chagnon, P.-L. (2015). Characterizing the topology of ecological networks along gradients: the limits of metrics’ standardization, Ecological Complexity, 22: 36-39.
  • Chagnon, P.-L., and Bradley, R.L. (2015). The relative importance of host vigor and hormonal response to pathogens in controlling the development of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 83: 40-42.
  • Chagnon, P.-L. and Bainard, L.D. (2014) Is root DNA a reliable proxy to assess arbuscular mycorrhizal community structure? Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 60: 619-624.
  • Chagnon, P.-L., Bradley, R.L. and Klironomos, J.N. (2014) Plant-fungal communities as ecological networks: the need to characterize more than interaction patterns, Fungal Ecology, 12: 10-13.
  • Chagnon, P.-L. (2014) Ecological and evolutionary implications of hyphal anastomosis in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 88: 437-444.
  • Chagnon, P.-L. and Bradley, R.L. (2013) Evidence that soil nutrient stoichiometry controls the competitive abilities of arbuscular mycorrhizal vs. root-borne non-mycorrhizal fungi, Fungal Ecology, 6: 557-560.
  • Chagnon, P.-L., Bradley, R.L., Maherali, H. and Klironomos, J.N. (2013) A trait-based framework to understand life history of mycorrhizal fungi, Trends in Plant Science, 18(9): 484-491.
  • Chagnon, P.-L., Bradley, R.L. and Klironomos, J.N. (2012) Using ecological network theory to evaluate the causes and consequences of arbuscular mycorrhizal community structure, New Phytologist, 194: 307-312.
  • Chagnon, P.-L. and Bradley, R.L. (2011) On the use of sodium hexametaphosphate to extract spores of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi from soil, Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 43: 2273-2274.
  • Bradley, R.L., Whalen, J.K., Chagnon, P.-L., Lanoix, M. and Alves, M.C. (2011) Nitrous oxide production and potential denitrification in soils from riparian buffer strips: Influence of earthworms and plant litter. Applied Soil Ecology, 47(1):6-13.

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