Nahuel Policelli
Nahuel Policelli
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Ecology and management of invasive Pinaceae around the world: progress and challenges
MA Nuñez, MC Chiuffo, A Torres, T Paul, RD Dimarco, P Raal, N Policelli, ...
Biological Invasions 19, 3099-3120, 2017
Suilloid fungi as global drivers of pine invasions
N Policelli, TD Bruns, R Vilgalys, MA Nuñez
New Phytologist 222 (2), 714-725, 2019
Back to roots: The role of ectomycorrhizal fungi in boreal and temperate forest restoration
N Policelli, TR Horton, AT Hudon, TR Patterson, JM Bhatnagar
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 3, 97, 2020
Ectomycorrhizal plant-fungal co-invasions as natural experiments for connecting plant and fungal traits to their ecosystem consequences
JD Hoeksema, C Averill, JM Bhatnagar, E Brzostek, E Buscardo, KH Chen, ...
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 3, 84, 2020
Non-native pines are homogenizing the ecosystems of South America
RA García, J Franzese, N Policelli, Y Sasal, RD Zenni, MA Nuñez, ...
From biocultural homogenization to biocultural conservation, 245-263, 2018
Native and non-native trees can find compatible mycorrhizal partners in each other’s dominated areas
N Policelli, TR Horton, RA García, M Naour, A Pauchard, MA Nuñez
Plant and soil 454, 285-297, 2020
The interplay between propagule pressure, seed predation and ectomycorrhizal fungi in plant invasion
J Moyano, MC Chiuffo, N Policelli, MA Nuñez, MA Rodriguez Cabal
Pensoft Publishers, 2019
Pathogen accumulation cannot undo the impact of invasive species
N Policelli, MC Chiuffo, J Moyano, A Torres, MA Rodriguez-Cabal, ...
Biological invasions 20, 1-4, 2018
Is prescribed fire a suitable management tool to reduce shrub encroachment in palm savannas?
N Policelli, P Picca, IE Gómez Villafañe
Restoration Ecology 27 (1), 109-119, 2019
Increase in nonnative understorey vegetation cover after nonnative conifer removal and passive restoration
M Sample, CE Aslan, N Policelli, RL Sanford, E Nielsen, MA Nuñez
Austral Ecology 44 (8), 1384-1397, 2019
Global pine tree invasions are linked to invasive root symbionts
N Policelli, JD Hoeksema, J Moyano, R Vilgalys, S Vivelo, JM Bhatnagar
New Phytologist 237 (1), 16-21, 2023
Invasive ectomycorrhizal fungi can disperse in the absence of their known vectors
N Policelli, TR Horton, T Kitzberger, MA Nunez
Fungal ecology 55, 101124, 2022
Still no evidence that pathogen accumulation can revert the impact of invasive plant species
MC Chiuffo, N Policelli, J Moyano, A Torres, MA Rodriguez-Cabal, ...
Biological Invasions 20, 9-10, 2018
2.5 Co-invasion of invasive trees and their associated belowground mutualists
MA Nuñez, N Policelli, RD Dimarco
Opportunities and challenges, 102, 2016
Co-invasive ectomycorrhizal fungi alter native soil fungal communities
AB Mujic, N Policelli, MA Nunez, C Truong, ME Smith
Plant and Soil 484 (1-2), 547-567, 2023
Importance of invasion mechanisms varies with abiotic context and plant invader growth form
MC Chiuffo, J Moyano, N Policelli, A Torres, A Vitali, MA Nuñez, ...
Journal of Ecology 110 (8), 1957-1969, 2022
AFLP characterization of three argentine Coprotus species
AM Ramos, L Franco Tadic, N Policelli, LI Ferreyra, IE Cinto
Mycotaxon 130 (1), 265-273, 2015
Ectomycorrhizal Fungi Invasions in Southern South America
N Policelli, C Vietorisz, JM Bhatnagar, MA Nuñez
Mycorrhizal Fungi in South America: Biodiversity, Conservation, and …, 2022
Soil carbon and nutrients change with pine invasion into eucalypt forests
C Vietorisz, R Vilgalys, A Rojas-Flechas, KH Chen, HL Liao, J Hoeksema, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2021, B25B-1447, 2021
Roles of ectomycorrhizal fungi in plant and soil function under simulated global change
J Bhatnagar, R Vilgalys, C Averill, E Brzostek, HL Liao, KH Chen, J Nash, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2021, B11D-04, 2021
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