Publications - Michael Müller

H - index in June 2018: 21

Papers have been cited 1868 times (6th June, 2018)

Resent publications in peer reviewed journals:

Müller, M. M., Hantula, J., Wingfield, M. & Drenkhan, R. 2018. Diplodia sapinea found on Scots pine in Finland. Forest Pathology, DOI: 10.1111/efp.12483

Müller, M. M., Henttonen, H. M., Penttilä, R., Kulju, M., Helo, T. & Kaitera, J. 2018. Distribution of Heterobasidion butt rot in northern Finland. Forest Ecology and Management 425: 85-91.

Müller, M. M., Kaitera, J. & Henttonen H. M. 2018. Butt rot incidence in the northernmost distribution area of Heterobasidion in Finland. Forest Ecology and Management, 425: 154-163.

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.