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Gentry, T.J., D.C. Wolf, C.M. Reynolds, , J.J. Fuhrmann. 2003. Pyrene and phenanthrene influence on soil microbial populations. Bioremediation J. 7:53-68
Rhine, E.D., J.J. Fuhrmann and M. Radosevich, 2003. Microbial community responses to atrazine exposure and nutrient availability: linking degradation capacity to community structure. Microb. Ecol. 46 :145-160
Schutter , M.E. , and J.J. Fuhrmann. 2001. Soil microbial community responses to fly ash amendment as revealed by analyses of whole soils and bacterial isolates. Soil Biol. Biochem. 33:1947-1958
van Berkum, P., and J. J. Fuhrmann. 2001. Characteristics of soybean bradyrhizobia for which serogroup affinities have not been identified. Can. J. Microbiol. 47:519-525.
Fang, C., M. Radosevich, J.J. Fuhrmann. 2001. Atrazine and phenanthrene degradation in grass rhizosphere soil. Soil Biol. Biochem. 33:671-678.
Fang, C., M. Radosevich, J.J. Fuhrmann. 2001. Characterization of rhizosphere microbial community structure in five similar grass species using FAME and BIOLOG analyses. Soil Biol. Biochem. 33:679-682.
van Berkum, P., J. J. Fuhrmann. 2000. Evolutionary relationships among the soybean bradyrhizobia reconstructed from 16S rRNA gene and Internally Transcribed Spacer region sequence divergence. Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 50:2165-2172.
Olexa, TJ, Gentry, TJ, Hartel, PG, Wolf, DC, Fuhrmann, JJ, Reynolds, CM. 2000. Mycorrhizal colonization and microbial community structure in the rhizosphere of annual ryegrass grown in pyrene-amended soils. Int. J. Phytoremediation 3:213-231.
Oka, N., P.G. Hartel, O. Finlay-Moore, J. Gagliardi, D.A. Zuberer, J.J. Fuhrmann, J.S. Angle, and H.D. Skipper. 2000. Misidentification of soil bacteria by fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) and BIOLOG analyses. Biol. Fert. Soils 32:256-258.
Entry, J. A., R. K. Hubbard, J. E. Thies, and J. J. Fuhrmann. 2000. The influence of vegetation in riparian filterstrips on coliform bacteria. I. Movement and survival in water. J. Environ. Qual. 29:1206-1215.
Entry, J. A., R. K. Hubbard, J. E. Thies, and J. J. Fuhrmann. 2000. The influence of vegetation in riparian filterstrips on coliform bacteria. II. Survival in soils. J. Environ. Qual. 29:1216-1224.
Schutter , M.E. , and J.J. Fuhrmann. 1999. Microbial responses to coal fly ash under field conditions. J. Environ. Qual. 28:648-652
Cha, D.K., J.J. Fuhrmann, D.W. Kim, and C.M. Golt. 1999. Fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) technology for monitoring Nocardia levels in activated sludge. Water Res. 33:1964-1969.
Cattelan, A.J., P.G. Hartel, and J.J. Fuhrmann. 1999. Screening of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) to promote early soybean growth. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 63:1670-1680
Cattelan, A.J., P.G. Hartel, and J.J. Fuhrmann 1998. Bacterial composition in the rhizosphere of nodulating and non-nodulating soybean. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 62:1549-1555.
Nazih, N., A.J. Franzluebbers, P.G. Hartel, and J.J. Fuhrmann. 1998. Diversity of soil microbial populations in the rhizosphere of Festuca arundinacea infected or not with Neotyphodium coenophialum. (In French) Res. Proc. Internat. Ctr. Adv. Study Mediterranean Agric., April 16-18, 1998, El Jadida, Morocco.
Oka , N., P.G. Hartel, and J.J. Fuhrmann. 1997. Effect of plant genotype on rhizobacterial composition of Arabidopsis thaliana. p 437-439 In: A. Ogoshi et al. (ed.), Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria — Present status and future prospects. Proc.4th Internat. Workshop on Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria, Sappaoro, Japan.
Xiong, K., and J.J. Fuhrmann. 1996. Soybean response to nodulation by wild-type and an isogenic Bradyrhizobium elkanii mutant lacking rhizobitoxine production. Crop Sci. 36:1267-1271.
Xiong, K., and J.J. Fuhrmann. 1996. Comparison of rhizobitoxine-induced inhibition of ß-cystathionase from different bradyrhizobia and soybean genotypes. Plant Soil 186:53-61.
Fuhrmann , J. J., and B. L. Vasilas. 1994. Identification of soybean cultivars tolerant to nodulation by rhizobitoxine-producing bradyrhizobia. Agron. J. 86:294-298.
Hartel, P. G., J. J. Fuhrmann, W. F. Johnson, Jr., E. G. Lawrence, C. S. Lopez, M. D. Mullen, H. D. Skipper, T. E. Staley, D. C. Wolf, A. G. Wollum, II, and D. A. Zuberer. 1994. Survival of a lacZY-containing Pseudomonas putida strain under stressful abiotic soil conditions. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 58:770-776.
Fuhrmann, J. J., and B. L. Vasilas. 1993. Field response of the Glycine-Bradyrhizobium symbiosis to modified early-nodule occupancy. Soil Biol. Biochem. 25:1203-1209.
Vasilas, B. L., and J. J. Fuhrmann. 1993. Field response of soybean to nodulation by a rhizobitoxine-producing strain of Bradyrhizobium. Agron. J. 85:302-305.
Vasilas, B. L., and J. J. Fuhrmann. 1993. Field response of soybean to increased N 2 fixation. Crop Sci. 33:785-788.
Teaney, G. B., III, and J. J. Fuhrmann. 1993. Soybean response to nodulation by rhizobitoxine-producing bradyrhizobia as influenced by nitrate application. Plant Soil 154:219-225.