Marina Omacini
Marina Omacini
Profesor de Ecologia
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Symbiotic fungal endophytes control insect host–parasite interaction webs
M Omacini, EJ Chaneton, CM Ghersa, CB Müller
Nature 409 (6816), 78-81, 2001
Grazing, environmental heterogeneity, and alien plant invasions in temperate Pampa grasslands
EJ Chaneton, SB Perelman, M Omacini, RJC León
Biological Invasions 4, 7-24, 2002
Leaf endophytes affect mycorrhizal status and growth of co-infected and neighbouring plants
M Omacini, T Eggers, M Bonkowski, AC Gange, TH Jones
Functional Ecology, 226-232, 2006
Glyphosate reduces spore viability and root colonization of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
M Druille, MN Cabello, M Omacini, RA Golluscio
Applied Soil Ecology 64, 99-103, 2013
Glyphosate decreases mycorrhizal colonization and affects plant-soil feedback
M Helander, I Saloniemi, M Omacini, M Druille, JP Salminen, K Saikkonen
Science of the Total Environment 642, 285-291, 2018
Do foliar endophytes affect grass litter decomposition? A microcosm approach using Lolium multiflorum
M Omacini, E J. Chaneton, C M. Ghersa, P Otero
Oikos 104 (3), 581-590, 2004
Exotic vs. native plant dominance over 20 years of old-field succession on set-aside farmland in Argentina
PM Tognetti, EJ Chaneton, M Omacini, HJ Trebino, RJC León
Biological Conservation 143 (11), 2494-2503, 2010
Neotyphodium endophyte infection frequency in annual grass populations: relative importance of mutualism and transmission efficiency
PE Gundel, WB Batista, M Texeira, MA Martínez-Ghersa, M Omacini, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1637), 897-905, 2008
Grass–endophyte symbiosis: a neglected aboveground interaction with multiple belowground consequences
M Omacini, M Semmartin, LI Pérez, PE Gundel
Applied Soil Ecology 61, 273-279, 2012
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi are directly and indirectly affected by glyphosate application
M Druille, M Omacini, RA Golluscio, MN Cabello
Applied Soil Ecology 72, 143-149, 2013
Imperfect Vertical Transmission of the Endophyte Neotyphodium in Exotic Grasses in Grasslands of the Flooding Pampa
PE Gundel, LA Garibaldi, PM Tognetti, R Aragón, CM Ghersa, M Omacini
Microbial Ecology 57, 740-748, 2009
Mutualism effectiveness and vertical transmission of symbiotic fungal endophytes in response to host genetic background
PE Gundel, MA Martínez‐Ghersa, M Omacini, R Cuyeu, E Pagano, R Ríos, ...
Evolutionary applications 5 (8), 838-849, 2012
Farm and landscape level variables as indicators of sustainable land-use in the Argentine Inland-Pampa
CM Ghersa, DO Ferraro, M Omacini, MA Martınez-Ghersa, S Perelman, ...
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 93 (1-3), 279-293, 2002
Repeated annual glyphosate applications may impair beneficial soil microorganisms in temperate grassland
M Druille, PA García-Parisi, RA Golluscio, FP Cavagnaro, M Omacini
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 230, 184-190, 2016
Soil microbial community responses to the fungal endophyte Neotyphodium in Italian ryegrass
C Casas, M Omacini, MS Montecchia, OS Correa
Plant and soil 340, 347-355, 2011
Glyphosate vulnerability explains changes in root-symbionts propagules viability in pampean grasslands
M Druille, MN Cabello, PAG Parisi, RA Golluscio, M Omacini
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 202, 48-55, 2015
Old‐field successional dynamics on the Inland Pampa, Argentina
M Omacini, EJ Chaneton, RJC León, WB Batista
Journal of vegetation Science 6 (3), 309-316, 1995
The interplay between the effectiveness of the grass‐endophyte mutualism and the genetic variability of the host plant
PE Gundel, M Omacini, VO Sadras, CM Ghersa
Evolutionary applications 3 (5‐6), 538-546, 2010
Family issues: fungal endophyte protects host grass from the closely related pathogen Claviceps purpurea
LI Pérez, PE Gundel, CM Ghersa, M Omacini
Fungal Ecology 6 (5), 379-386, 2013
Inherited fungal symbionts enhance establishment of an invasive annual grass across successional habitats
A Uchitel, M Omacini, EJ Chaneton
Oecologia 165, 465-475, 2011
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