Kazuhide Nara
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Host effects on ectomycorrhizal fungal communities: insight from eight host species in mixed conifer–broadleaf forests
TA Ishida, K Nara, T Hogetsu
New Phytologist 174 (2), 430-440, 2007
4322007
Ectomycorrhizal networks and seedling establishment during early primary succession
K Nara
New Phytologist 169 (1), 169-178, 2006
3302006
Towards global patterns in the diversity and community structure of ectomycorrhizal fungi
L Tedersoo, M Bahram, M Toots, AG Diedhiou, TW Henkel, R Kjøller, ...
Molecular Ecology 21 (17), 4160-4170, 2012
3292012
Historical biogeography and diversification of truffles in the Tuberaceae and their newly identified southern hemisphere sister lineage
G Bonito, ME Smith, M Nowak, RA Healy, G Guevara, E Cázares, ...
PloS one 8 (1), e52765, 2013
1752013
Ectomycorrhizal fungi on established shrubs facilitate subsequent seedling establishment of successional plant species
K Nara, T Hogetsu
Ecology 85 (6), 1700-1707, 2004
1752004
Tricholoma matsutake in a natural Pinus densiflora forest: correspondence between above‐ and below‐ground genets, association with multiple host trees and …
C Lian, M Narimatsu, K Nara, T Hogetsu
New Phytologist 171 (4), 825-836, 2006
1652006
Underground primary succession of ectomycorrhizal fungi in a volcanic desert on Mount Fuji
K Nara, H Nakaya, B Wu, Z Zhou, T Hogetsu
New Phytologist 159 (3), 743-756, 2003
1652003
Underground primary succession of ectomycorrhizal fungi in a volcanic desert on Mount Fuji
K Nara, H Nakaya, B Wu, Z Zhou, T Hogetsu
New Phytologist 159 (3), 743-756, 2003
1652003
Biogeography of ectomycorrhizal fungi associated with alders (Alnus spp.) in relation to biotic and abiotic variables at the global scale
S Põlme, M Bahram, T Yamanaka, K Nara, YC Dai, T Grebenc, H Kraigher, ...
New Phytologist 198 (4), 1239-1249, 2013
1632013
General latitudinal gradient of biodiversity is reversed in ectomycorrhizal fungi
L Tedersoo, K Nara
New Phytologist 185 (2), 351-354, 2010
1432010
Pioneer dwarf willow may facilitate tree succession by providing late colonizers with compatible ectomycorrhizal fungi in a primary successional volcanic desert
K Nara
New Phytologist 171 (1), 187-198, 2006
1432006
Genetic structure and reproduction dynamics of Salix reinii during primary succession on Mount Fuji, as revealed by nuclear and chloroplast microsatellite analysis
C Lian, R Oishi, N Miyashita, K Nara, H Nakaya, B Wu, Z Zhou, T Hogetsu
Molecular Ecology 12 (3), 609-618, 2003
1362003
Ectomycorrhizal sporocarp succession and production during early primary succession on Mount Fuji
K Nara, H Nakaya, T Hogetsu
New Phytologist 158 (1), 193-206, 2003
1342003
Competition between ectomycorrhizal fungi colonizing Pinus densiflora
B Wu, K Nara, T Hogetsu
Mycorrhiza 9 (3), 151-159, 1999
981999
Can 14C‐labeled photosynthetic products move between Pinus densiflora seedlings linked by ectomycorrhizal mycelia?
B Wu, K Nara, T Hogetsu
New Phytologist 149 (1), 137-146, 2001
922001
The mid-domain effect in ectomycorrhizal fungi: range overlap along an elevation gradient on Mount Fuji, Japan
Y Miyamoto, T Nakano, M Hattori, K Nara
The ISME journal 8 (8), 1739-1746, 2014
822014
Germination and infectivity of ectomycorrhizal fungal spores in relation to their ecological traits during primary succession
TA Ishida, K Nara, M Tanaka, A Kinoshita, T Hogetsu
New Phytologist 180 (2), 491-500, 2008
812008
Spores of ectomycorrhizal fungi: ecological strategies for germination and dormancy
K Nara
New Phytologist 181 (2), 245-248, 2009
752009
Element biofortification: can mycorrhizas potentially offer a more effective and sustainable pathway to curb human malnutrition?
X He, K Nara
Trends in Plant Science 12 (8), 331-333, 2007
712007
Extensive gene flow over Europe and possible speciation over Eurasia in the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria amethystina complex
L Vincenot, K Nara, C Sthultz, J Labbe, MP DUBOIS, L Tedersoo, F Martin, ...
Molecular Ecology 21 (2), 281-299, 2012
642012
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