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  • Analysis of fungal fruiting patterns at the Dawyck Botanic Garden 

    Krivtsov, V.; Watling, R.; Walker, S. J. J.; Knott, D.; Palfreyman, John W.; Staines, Harry J. (Elsevier, 2003-12)
    Since 1994 data on fungal fruiting have been gathered in the Dawyck Botanic Garden outside Edinburgh, including that for eight plots within a 7.5 ha wood, which has been left unmanaged in order to investigate relationships ...
  • Ecological interactions between fungi, other biota and forest litter composition in a unique Scottish woodland 

    Krivtsov, V.; Bezginova, T.; Salmond, R.; Liddell, K.; Garside, A.; Thompson, J.; Palfreyman, John W.; Staines, Harry J.; Brendler, A.; Griffiths, B.; Watling, R. (Oxford University Press, 2006-04)
    The composition of forest litter and understorey layer, and fungal biomass (in terms of ergosterol) were measured in eight subplots over a winter–spring period (January to April). The sampling site was positioned in a range ...
  • Ecological interactions of heterotrophic flagellates, ciliates and naked amoebae in forest litter of the Dawyck Cryptogamic Sanctuary (Scotland, UK) 

    Krivtsov, V.; Liddell, K.; Bezginova, T.; Salmond, R.; Garside, A.; Thompson, J.; Palfreyman, John W.; Staines, Harry J.; Watling, R.; Brendler, A.; Griffiths, B. (Elsevier, 2003)
    The abundance of heterotrophic flagellates, ciliates and naked amoebae was measured in 8 sites covered with different vegetation (beech, birch, beech-birch, birch-oak-beech, grass) from January to April 2001. The results ...
  • Ecological study of the forest litter meiofauna of a unique Scottish woodland 

    Krivtsov, V.; Garside, A.; Bezginova, T.; Thompson, J.; Palfreyman, John W.; Salmond, R.; Liddell, K.; Brendler, A.; Griffiths, B. S.; Watling, R.; Staines, Harry J. (Brill Academic Publishers, 2006)
    The micro and meso-invertebrate abundance was measured, together with forest litter composition, in eight plots of differing vegetation (dominated by beech and birch) over a winter-spring period. The litter moisture content ...
  • Soil nitrogen availability is reflected in the bacterial pathway 

    Krivtsov, V.; Griffiths, B. S.; Liddell, K.; Garside, A.; Salmond, R.; Bezginova, T.; Thompson, J. (Elsevier, 2011-02)
    Measurements of concentrations of easily extractable soil nitrogen (N) were carried out on samples collected at the Heron Wood Reserve, Scotland, concurrently with investigations of N associated with total microbial biomass ...
  • Some aspects of complex interactions involving soil mesofauna: analysis of the results from a Scottish woodland 

    Krivtsov, V.; Illian, J. B.; Liddell, K.; Garside, A.; Bezginova, T.; Salmond, R.; Thompson, J.; Griffiths, B.; Staines, Harry J.; Watling, R.; Brendler, A.; Palfreyman, John W. (Elsevier, 2003-12)
    Stepwise regression modelling and canonical correspondence analysis were used to analyse data on soil properties and the abundance of soil mesofauna collected from a woodland typical of the Borders of Scotland. The pattern ...