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Peer reviewed journal articles
M. and Apple, C., 2011. Field monitoring the seasonal
variation in Albatrellus ellisii mycelium abundance
with a species-specific genetic
marker. Mycologia, 103(5), pp.950-958.
M. and Van Norman, K., 2014. Molecular monitoring of
protected fungi: mycelium persistence in soil after
timber harvest. Fungal Ecology, 9, pp.34-42.
M. and Van Norman, K., 2015. Bridgeoporus
nobilissimus is much more abundant than indicated by
the presence of basidiocarps in forest
stands. North American Fungi, 10.
Stone, D., Gordon, M., & McCune,
B. (2020). Pseudocyphellaria holarctica (Lobariaceae)
specimens from Oregon are referable to
P. hawaiiensis. The Bryologist, 123(2), 260-264.
Van Norman, K. J., & Gordon, M. (2021). Landscape
scale environmental DNA sampling for a rare fungal
species: Implications for forest
management. Forest Ecology and Management,
Carter, M.C. and Gordon, M., 2007. Molecular methods for analysis of soil fungi. Mycotechnology: Present Status and Future Prospects, p.1.
M., 2009. Molecular Marker Development for
M., 2011 Pilot Project to Detect Phaeocollybia in
M. 2012. Phaeocollybia Persistence in Project
M. 2009. Detecting Bridgeoporus nobilissimus in Wood
Cores Using a Genetic Test.
M. 2008. Field Methods for the Detection of
Bridgeoporus nobilissimus DNA in Trees, Stumps, and
final report DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.13817.77921
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