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Michelle A. Jusino
Michelle A. Jusino
USFS NRS, Center for Forest Mycology Research
Verified email at usda.gov
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Non-biological synthetic spike-in controls and the AMPtk software pipeline improve mycobiome data
JM Palmer, MA Jusino, MT Banik, DL Lindner
PeerJ 6, e4925, 2018
222*2018
An improved method for utilizing high‐throughput amplicon sequencing to determine the diets of insectivorous animals
MA Jusino, MT Banik, JM Palmer, AK Wray, L Xiao, E Pelton, JR Barber, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 19 (1), 176-190, 2019
1582019
A selective fungal transport organ (mycangium) maintains coarse phylogenetic congruence between fungus-farming ambrosia beetles and their symbionts
J Skelton, AJ Johnson, MA Jusino, CC Bateman, Y Li, J Hulcr
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1894), 20182127, 2019
682019
Identifying the “Mushroom of Immortality”: Assessing the Ganoderma Species Composition in Commercial Reishi Products
AL Loyd, BS Richter, MA Jusino, C Truong, ME Smith, RA Blanchette, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 1557, 2018
682018
A global review of the ecological significance of symbiotic associations between birds and fungi
TF Elliott, MA Jusino, JM Trappe, H Lepp, GA Ballard, JJ Bruhl, K Vernes
Fungal Diversity 98 (1), 161-194, 2019
602019
Experimental evidence of a symbiosis between red-cockaded woodpeckers and fungi
MA Jusino, DL Lindner, MT Banik, KR Rose, JR Walters
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1827), 20160106, 2016
602016
Relationships among wood‐boring beetles, fungi, and the decomposition of forest biomass
J Skelton, MA Jusino, PS Carlson, K Smith, MT Banik, DL Lindner, ...
Molecular Ecology 28 (22), 4971-4986, 2019
552019
A total crapshoot? Evaluating bioinformatic decisions in animal diet metabarcoding analyses
DR O'Rourke, NA Bokulich, MA Jusino, MD MacManes, JT Foster
Ecology and Evolution 10 (18), 9721-9739, 2020
532020
Global trends in woodpecker cavity entrance orientation: latitudinal and continental effects suggest regional climate influence
L Landler, MA Jusino, J Skelton, JR Walters
Acta Ornithologica 49 (2), 257-266, 2014
492014
Heart rot hotel: fungal communities in red-cockaded woodpecker excavations
MA Jusino, DL Lindner, MT Banik, JR Walters
Fungal Ecology 14, 33-43, 2015
472015
Incidence and taxonomic richness of mosquitoes in the diets of little brown and big brown bats
AK Wray, MA Jusino, MT Banik, JM Palmer, H Kaarakka, JP White, ...
Journal of Mammalogy 99 (3), 668-674, 2018
442018
Wood decay fungus Flavodon ambrosius (Basidiomycota: Polyporales) is widely farmed by two genera of ambrosia beetles
Y Li, V Butterwort, J Skelton, MA Jusino, ZJ Nolen, DR Simmons, J Hulcr
Fungal Biology 121 (11), 984-989, 2017
392017
Detecting symbioses in complex communities: the fungal symbionts of bark and ambrosia beetles within Asian pines
J Skelton, MA Jusino, Y Li, V Butterwort, PH Thai, C Wu, DL Lindner, ...
Microbial ecology 76 (3), 839-850, 2018
352018
Discovering the role of Patagonian birds in the dispersal of truffles and other mycorrhizal fungi
MV Caiafa, MA Jusino, AC Wilkie, IA Díaz, KE Sieving, ME Smith
Current biology 31 (24), 5558-5570. e3, 2021
292021
Predator preferences shape the diets of arthropodivorous bats more than quantitative local prey abundance
AK Wray, MZ Peery, MA Jusino, JM Kochanski, MT Banik, JM Palmer, ...
Molecular Ecology 30 (3), 855-873, 2021
292021
Bark beetle mycobiome: collaboratively defined research priorities on a widespread insect-fungus symbiosis
J Hulcr, I Barnes, ZW De Beer, TA Duong, R Gazis, AJ Johnson, ...
Symbiosis 81, 101-113, 2020
272020
Amplicon-based sequencing of soil fungi from wood preservative test sites
GT Kirker, AB Bishell, MA Jusino, JM Palmer, WJ Hickey, DL Lindner
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 1997, 2017
192017
Understudied, underrepresented, and unknown: Methodological biases that limit detection of early diverging fungi from environmental samples
NK Reynolds, MA Jusino, JE Stajich, ME Smith
Molecular ecology resources 22 (3), 1065-1085, 2022
182022
A minimally invasive method for sampling nest and roost cavities for fungi: a novel approach to identify the fungi associated with cavity-nesting birds
MA Jusino, DL Lindner, JK Cianchetti, AT Grisé, NJ Brazee, JR Walters
Acta Ornithologica 49 (2), 233-242, 2014
162014
Invasion of an inconspicuous ambrosia beetle and fungus may affect wood decay in Southeastern North America
J Hulcr, DF Gomez, J Skelton, AJ Johnson, S Adams, Y Li, MA Jusino, ...
Biological Invasions, 2021
152021
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