Publications - Michael Müller

Resent publications in peer refereed journals

Adamson, K., Mullett, M.S., Solheim, H., Barnes, I., Müller, M.M., Hantula, J., Vuorinen, M., Kačergiusg, A., Markovskaja, S., Musolini, D.L., Davydenko, K., Kečal, N., Ligia, K., Prieditem, R.D., Millberg, H., Drenkhan, R. 2018. Looking for relationships between the populations of Dothistroma septosporum in northern Europe and Asia. Fungal Genetics and Biology: 110: 15-25.

Vainio, E.,  Velmala, S.M., Salo P., Huhtinen, S., and M. M. Müller. 2017. Defoliation of Tilia cordata trees associated with Apiognomonia errabunda infection in Finland. Silva Fennica 51:

Müller, M. M., Hamberg, L., & Hantula, J. 2016. The susceptibility of European tree species to invasive Asian pathogens: a literature based analysis. Biological Invasions. Doi:10.1007/s10530-016-1174-6

Sanz-Ros, A.V., Müller M.M., San Martín, R. and Diez, J.J. 2015. Fungal endophytic communities on twigs of fast and slow growing Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) in northern Spain. Fungal Ecology 119: 870-883.

Müller, M. M., Hamberg, L., Kuuskeri, J., LaPorta, N., Pavlov, I. and Korhonen, K.2015. Respiration rate determinations suggest Heterobasidion parviporum subpopulations have potential to adapt to global warming. Forest Pathology, 45: 515-524.

Crous, P., Müller, M., Sánchez, R. M., Giordano, L., Bianchinotti, M. V., Anderson, F. E. & Groenewald, J. Z. 2015. Resolving Tiarosporella spp. allied to Botryosphaeriaceae and Phacidiaceae. Phytotaxa 202: 73-93.

Vuorinen, I., Hamberg, L., Müller, M.M., Seiskari, P. & Pennanen, T. 2015. Development of growth media for solid substrate propagation of ectomycorrhizal fungi for inoculation of Norway spruce (Picea abies) seedlings. Mycorrhiza 25: 311-324.

Vainio, E. J., Müller, M. M., Korhonen, K.., Piri, T. and Hantula, J. 2015. Viruses accumulate in aging infection centers of a fungal forest pathogen. The ISME Journal 9: 497-507.

Müller, M. M., R. Sievänen, E. Beuker, H. Meesenburg, J. Kuuskeri, L. Hamberg and K. Korhonen. 2014. Predicting the activity of Heterobasidion parviporum on Norway spruce in warming climate from its respiration rate at different temperatures. Forest Pathology 44: 325-336.

Hantula, J., Müller, M. M. and Uusivuori J. 2014. International plant trade associated risks: Laissez-faire or novel solutions. Environmental Science & Policy 37: 158-160.

Rajala, T., Velmala, S. M., Tuomivirta, T., Haapanen, M., Müller, M., Pennanen, T. 2013. Endophyte communities vary in the needles of Norway spruce clones. Fungal Biology 117: 182-190.

Drenkhand, R., J. Hantula, M. Vuorinen, L. Jankovský and M.M. Müller. 2013. Genetic diversity of Dothistroma septosporum in Estonia, Finland and Czech Republic. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 136: 71-85.

Martin-Garcia, J., Müller, M.M. & Diez, J.J. 2012. ITS-based comparison of endophytic mycota in twigs of native Populus nigra and cultivated P. x euramericana (cv. I-214) stands in Northern Spain. Annals of Forest Science 69: 49-57.

Lilja, A., Rytkönen, A., Hantula, J., Müller, M., Parikka, P. & Kurkela, T. 2011. Introduced pathogens found on ornamentals, strawberry and trees in Finland over the past 20 years. Agricultural and Food Science 20: 74-85.

Müller, M.M., J. Hantula and M. Vuorinen, 2009. First Observations of Mycosphaerella pini on Scots Pine in Finland. Plant Disease 93: 322.

Korkama-Rajala, T., Müller, M.M. and Pennanen, T. 2008. Decomposition and fungi of needle litter from slow- and fast-growing Norway spruce (Picea abies) clones. Microbial Ecology 56: 76-89.