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Selected recent publications

Finks, S.S., C. Weihe, S. Kimball, S.D. Allison, A.C. Martiny, K.K. Treseder, J.B.H. Martiny. In press. Microbial community response to a decade of simulated global changes depends on the plant community. Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene.

Microbiome Centers Consortium COVID Committee. 2020. Coordinating and Assisting Research at the SARS-CoV-2/Microbiome Nexus. mSystems: 5 (6) e00999-20.

Walters, K.E. and J.B.H. Martiny. 2020. Alpha-, beta-, and gamma-diversity of bacteria varies across habitats. Plos One 15 (9), e0233872.

Rodriguez CI and JBH Martiny. 2020. Evolutionary relationships among bifidobacterial and their hosts and environments. BMC Genomics 21 (1), 26.

Isobe, K., N.J. Bouskill, E.L. Brodie, E.A. Sudderth, and J.B.H. Martiny. 2020. Phylogenetic conservation of soil bacterial responses to simulated global changes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375: 20190242.

Martiny, J.B.H., K.L. Whiteson, B.J.M. Bohannan, L.A. David, N.A. Hynson, et al. 2020. The emergence of microbiome centres. Nature Microbiology 5: 2-3.

Chase A.B., P. Arevalo, E. Brodie, M. Polz, U. Karaoz, and J.B. Martiny. 2019. Maintenance of sympatric and allopatric populations in free-living terrestrial bacteria. mBio 10: e02361-19.

Khalili, B., C. Weihe, S. Kimball and J.B.H. Martiny. 2019. Optimization of a method to quantify soil bacterial abundance by flow cytometry. mSphere 4:e00435-19.

Isobe, K. S.D. Allison, B. Khalili, A.C. Martiny, and J.B.H. Martiny. 2019. Phylogenetic conservation of bacterial responses to soil nitrogen addition across continents. Nature Communications. 10: 2499.

Cavicchiolo, R., K. Timmis, W. Ripple et al. [and 27 others]. 2019. Scientists’ warning to humanity: Microorganisms and climate change. Nature Reviews Microbiology.

Albright, M.B.N., A.B. Chase, and J.B.H. Martiny. 2019. Experimental evidence that stochasticity contributes to bacterial composition and functioning in a decomposer community. mBio.10.1128/mBio.00568-19

Glassman, S.I., C. Weihe, J. Li, M.B.N. Albright, C.I. Looby, A.C. Martiny, K.K. Treseder, S.D. Allison, and J.B.H. Martiny. 2018. Decomposition responses to climate depend on microbial community composition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115: 11994-11999.

Chase, A.B., Z. Gomez-Lunar, A.E. Lopez, J. Li, S.D. Allison, A.C. Martiny, and J.B.H. Martiny. 2018. Emergence of soil bacterial ecotypes along a climate gradient. Environmental Microbiology.

Albright, M.B.N., B. Timalsina, J.B.H. Martiny, and J. Dunbar. 2018. Comparative genomics of nitrogen cycling pathways in Bacteria and Archaea. Microbial Ecology. pdf

Albright, M.B.N., and J.B.H. Martiny. 2018. Is throwing an apple core out of the car littering? Microbial communities in natural composting. Frontiers for Young Minds. 6:13 doi: 10.3389/frym.2018.00013

J.B.H. Martiny and K.E. Walters. 2018. Towards a natural history of soil bacterial communities. Trends in Microbiology. doi: 10.1016/j.tim.2018.02.010

Chase, A.B. and J.B.H. Martiny. 2018. The importance of resolving biogeographic patterns of microbial microdiversity. Microbiology Australia. 39: doi: 10.1071/MA18003.

Albright, M.B.N. and J.B.H. Martiny. 2018. Dispersal alters bacterial diversity and composition in a natural community. The ISME Journal 12: 296-299.

Other representative publications

Nelson, M.B., A.C. Martiny, and J.B.H. Martiny. 2016. Global biogeography of microbial nitrogen-cycling traits in soil. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 113: 8033-8040.

Martiny, J.B.H, S.E. Jones, J.T. Lennon, and A.C. Martiny. 2015. Microbiomes in light of traits: a phylogenetic perspective. Science 350: aac9323.

Martiny, J.B.H., L. Riemann, M.F. Marston, and M. Middleboe. 2014. Antagonistic coevolution of marine planktonic viruses and their hosts. Annual Review of Marine Science. 6: 393-414.

Reed, H.E. and J.B.H. Martiny. 2013. Microbial composition affects the functioning of estuarine sediments. The ISME Journal. 7: 868-879.

Hanson, C.A., J. Fuhrman, M.C. Horner-Devine, and J.B.H. Martiny. 2012. Beyond biogeographic patterns: processes shaping the microbial landscape. Nature Reviews Microbiology. 10:497-506.

Marston, M.F., F.J. Pierciey Jr., A. Shepard, G. Gearin, J. Qi, C. Yandava, S.C. Schuster, M.R. Henn, and J.B.H. Martiny. 2012. Rapid diversification of coevolving marine Synechococcus and a virus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109:4544-4549.

Martiny, J.B.H., J.A. Eisen, K. Penn, S.D. Allison, and M.C. Horner-Devine. 2011. Drivers of bacterial beta-diversity depend on spatial scale. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108: 7850-7854.

Allison, S. and J.B.H. Martiny 2008. “Resistance, resilience, and redundancy in microbial communities”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105: 11512-11519.

Bradley, D.J., G.S. Gilbert, and J.B.H. Martiny. 2008. Pathogens promote plant diversity through a compensatory response. Ecology Letters 11:461-469.

Reed, H.E. and J.B.H. Martiny. 2007. Testing the functional significance of microbial composition in natural communities. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 62:161-170.

Martiny, J.B.H., B. Bohannan, J. Brown, R. Colwell, J. Fuhrman, J. Green, M.C. Horner-Devine, M. Kane, J. Krumins, C. Kuske, P. Morin, S. Naeem, L. Ovreas, A.-L. Reysenbach, V. Smith, J. Staley. 2006. “Microbial biogeography: Putting microorganisms on the map.” Nature Reviews Microbiology 4: 102-112.

(formerly published as J.B. Hughes)

Horner-Devine*, M.C., M. Lage*, J.B. Hughes, and B.J.M. Bohannan. 2004. A taxa-area relationship for bacteria. Nature 432: 750-753.

Hughes, J.B., J.J. Hellmann, T.H. Ricketts, and B.J.M. Bohannan. 2001. Counting the uncountable: statistical approaches to estimating microbial diversity. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 67: 4399-4406.

Hughes, J.B. and J. Roughgarden. 1998. Aggregate community properties and the strength of species’ interactions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95: 6837-6842.

Hughes, J.B., G.C. Daily, and P.R. Ehrlich. 1997. Population diversity: Its extent and extinction. Science 278: 689-692.

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