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2014

Gupta, R. and Mathimaran, N. and Wiemken, A. and Boller, T. and Bisaria, V. S. and Sharma, S.. (2014) Non-target effects of bioinoculants on rhizospheric microbial communities of Cajanus cajan. Applied soil ecology, Vol. 76. S. 26-33.

2012

Walder, F. and Niemann, H. and Natarajan, M. and Lehmann, M. F. and Boller, T. and Wiemken, A.. (2012) Mycorrhizal Networks : Common Goods of Plants Shared under Unequal Terms of Trade. Plant physiology, Vol. 159, H. 2. S. 789-797.

Mathimaran, N. and Srivastava, R. and Wiemken, A. and Sharma, A. K. and Boller, T.. (2012) Genome sequences of two plant growth-promoting fluorescent Pseudomonas strains, R62 and R81. Journal of bacteriology, Vol. 194, H. 12. S. 3272-3273.

2008

Mathimaran, N. and Falquet, L. and Ineichen, K. and Picard, C. and Redecker, D. and Boller, T. and Wiemken, A.. (2008) Microsatellites for disentangling underground networks : strain-specific identification of Glomus intraradices, an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus. Fungal genetics and biology, Vol. 45, H. 6. S. 812-817.

Mathimaran, N. and Falquet, L. and Ineichen, K. and Picard, C. and Redecker, D. and Wiemken, A. and Boller, T.. (2008) Unexpected vagaries of microsatellite loci in Glomus intraradices : length polymorphisms are rarely caused by variation in repeat number only. New phytologist, Vol. 180. S. 568-570.

Croll, Daniel and Wille, Lukas and Gamper, Hannes A. and Mathimaran, Natarajan and Lammers, Peter J. and Corradi, Nicolas and Sanders, Ian R.. (2008) Genetic diversity and host plant preferences revealed by simple sequence repeat and mitochondrial markers in a population of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus intraradices. The new phytologist, Vol. 178. S. 672-87.

2005

Mathimaran, N. and Ruh, R. and Vullioud, P. and Frossard, E. and Jansa, J.. (2005) Glomus intraradices dominates arbuscular mycorrhizal communities in a heavy textured agricultural soil. Mycorrhiza, Vol. 16, H. 1. S. 61-66.