Dr Andrew Detheridge

Dr Andrew Detheridge

Post Doctoral Research Assistant in Soil Science

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Publications

2016

Gokul, J., Hodson, A.J., Saetnan, E., Irvine-Fynn, T., Westall, P.J., Detheridge, A., Takeuchi, N., Bussell, J., Mur, L., Edwards, A. 2016. Taxon interactions control the distributions of cryoconite bacteria colonizing a High Arctic ice cap. Molecular Ecology 25 (15) pp. 3752-3767. 10.1111/mec.13715 Cadair

Detheridge, A., Brand, G., Fychan, A., Crotty, F., Sanderson, R., Griffith, G., Marley, C. 2016. The legacy effect of cover crops on soil fungal populations in a cereal rotation. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 228 pp. 49-61. 10.1016/j.agee.2016.04.022 Cadair

El-Gharabawy, H.M., Detheridge, A., El-Fallal, A.A., El-Sayed, A.K.A., Griffith, G. 2016. Analysis of wood decay and ligninolysis in Polyporales from the Nile Delta region of Egypt. Mycosphere 7 (4) pp. 392-404. 10.5943/mycosphere/7/4/1 Cadair

2015

Detheridge, A., Scullion, J., Griffith, G., Marley, C.L., Fychan, R. 2015. A ground truthed DNA metabarcoding technique to determine fungal community structure in soils. Proceedings of AAB Conference : Healthy Soils - Developing Tools for Land Managers. Association of Applied Biologists Conference . Association of Applied Biologists Cadair

2013

Halbwachs, H., Dentinger, B.T.M., Detheridge, A.P., Karasch, P., Griffith, G.W. 2013. Hyphae of waxcap fungi colonise plant roots. Fungal Ecology 6 (6) pp. 487-492. 10.1016/j.funeco.2013.08.003 Cadair

Humphreys, M., Farrell, M., Detheridge, A., Scullion, J., Kingston-Smith, A., O'Donovan, S.A. 2013. Resilient and multifunctional grasslands for agriculture and environmental service during a time of climate change. In Á. Helgadóttir., A. Hopkins. (eds) The Role of Grasslands in a Green Future: Threats and Perspectives in Less Favoured Areas. European Grassland Federation pp. 335-337. Cadair

2007

Griffith, G., Easton, G.L., Detheridge, A., Roderick, K., Edwards, A., Worgan, H.J., Nicholson, J., Perkins, W.T. 2007. Copper deficiency in potato dextrose agar causes reduced pigmentation in cultures of various fungi. FEMS Microbiology Letters 276 (2) pp. 165-171. 10.1111/j.1574-6968.2007.00923.x Cadair