Edward Brzostek
Edward Brzostek
West Virginia University; Department of Biology
Verified email at mail.wvu.edu
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The mycorrhizal‐associated nutrient economy: a new framework for predicting carbon–nutrient couplings in temperate forests
RP Phillips, E Brzostek, MG Midgley
New Phytologist 199 (1), 41-51, 2013
4802013
Synthesis and modeling perspectives of rhizosphere priming
W Cheng, WJ Parton, MA Gonzalez‐Meler, R Phillips, S Asao, ...
New Phytologist 201 (1), 31-44, 2014
3092014
Rhizosphere processes are quantitatively important components of terrestrial carbon and nutrient cycles
AC Finzi, RZ Abramoff, KS Spiller, ER Brzostek, BA Darby, MA Kramer, ...
Global change biology 21 (5), 2082-2094, 2015
2662015
Chronic nitrogen additions suppress decomposition and sequester soil carbon in temperate forests
SD Frey, S Ollinger, K Nadelhoffer, R Bowden, E Brzostek, A Burton, ...
Biogeochemistry 121 (2), 305-316, 2014
2432014
The role of isohydric and anisohydric species in determining ecosystem-scale response to severe drought
DT Roman, KA Novick, ER Brzostek, D Dragoni, F Rahman, RP Phillips
Oecologia 179 (3), 641-654, 2015
1532015
Root carbon inputs to the rhizosphere stimulate extracellular enzyme activity and increase nitrogen availability in temperate forest soils
ER Brzostek, A Greco, JE Drake, AC Finzi
Biogeochemistry 115 (1), 65-76, 2013
1442013
Chronic water stress reduces tree growth and the carbon sink of deciduous hardwood forests
ER Brzostek, D Dragoni, HP Schmid, AF Rahman, D Sims, CA Wayson, ...
Global Change Biology 20 (8), 2531-2539, 2014
1412014
Mycorrhizal type determines the magnitude and direction of root‐induced changes in decomposition in a temperate forest
ER Brzostek, D Dragoni, ZA Brown, RP Phillips
New Phytologist 206 (4), 1274-1282, 2015
1202015
Greenness indices from digital cameras predict the timing and seasonal dynamics of canopy‐scale photosynthesis
M Toomey, MA Friedl, S Frolking, K Hufkens, S Klosterman, O Sonnentag, ...
Ecological Applications 25 (1), 99-115, 2015
1132015
Substrate supply, fine roots, and temperature control proteolytic enzyme activity in temperate forest soils
ER Brzostek, AC Finzi
Ecology 92 (4), 892-902, 2011
912011
Dominant mycorrhizal association of trees alters carbon and nutrient cycling by selecting for microbial groups with distinct enzyme function
TE Cheeke, RP Phillips, ER Brzostek, A Rosling, JD Bever, P Fransson
New Phytologist 214 (1), 432-442, 2017
852017
The effect of experimental warming and precipitation change on proteolytic enzyme activity: positive feedbacks to nitrogen availability are not universal
ER Brzostek, JM Blair, JS Dukes, SD Frey, SE Hobbie, JM Melillo, ...
Global Change Biology 18 (8), 2617-2625, 2012
822012
Modeling the carbon cost of plant nitrogen acquisition: Mycorrhizal trade‐offs and multipath resistance uptake improve predictions of retranslocation
ER Brzostek, JB Fisher, RP Phillips
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 119 (8), 1684-1697, 2014
722014
Intact amino acid uptake by northern hardwood and conifer trees
A Gallet-Budynek, E Brzostek, VL Rodgers, JM Talbot, S Hyzy, AC Finzi
Oecologia 160 (1), 129-138, 2009
722009
Feedbacks between plant N demand and rhizosphere priming depend on type of mycorrhizal association
BN Sulman, ER Brzostek, C Medici, E Shevliakova, DNL Menge, ...
Ecology letters 20 (8), 1043-1053, 2017
652017
Carbon cost of plant nitrogen acquisition: global carbon cycle impact from an improved plant nitrogen cycle in the Community Land Model
M Shi, JB Fisher, ER Brzostek, RP Phillips
Global change biology 22 (3), 1299-1314, 2016
622016
The rhizosphere and hyphosphere differ in their impacts on carbon and nitrogen cycling in forests exposed to elevated CO2
IC Meier, SG Pritchard, ER Brzostek, ML McCormack, RP Phillips
New Phytologist 205 (3), 1164-1174, 2015
532015
Seasonal variation in the temperature sensitivity of proteolytic enzyme activity in temperate forest soils
ER Brzostek, AC Finzi
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 117 (G1), 2012
502012
Interactions among plants, bacteria, and fungi reduce extracellular enzyme activities under long‐term N fertilization
JE Carrara, CA Walter, JS Hawkins, WT Peterjohn, C Averill, ER Brzostek
Global change biology 24 (6), 2721-2734, 2018
482018
Decay rates of leaf litters from arbuscular mycorrhizal trees are more sensitive to soil effects than litters from ectomycorrhizal trees
MG Midgley, E Brzostek, RP Phillips
Journal of Ecology 103 (6), 1454-1463, 2015
482015
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