PhD thesis defence by Antti-Jussi Kieloaho 3rd Feb 2017

Antti-Jussi has his thesis ready for defense on 3rd February 2017 at the Department of Physics, see:

Pay special attention to his last paper that binds soil, soil fungi and atmospheric processes together in a great way, well done Antti-Jussi!


Publications 2017

New year has started with with good news, already in January we have got three papers accepted! Have a look:

Heinonsalo, J., Buée, M., and Vaario, L.-M. (2017) Root-endophytic fungi cause morphological and functional differences in Scots pine roots in contrast to ectomycorrhizal fungi. Accepted in Botany. doi: 10.1139/cjb-2016-0161

Kieloaho, A.-J.,Pihlatie, M., Kulmala, M., Riekkola, M.-L., Parshintsev, J., Vesala, T. and Heinonsalo, J. (2017) Soil concentrations and soil-atmosphere exchange of alkylamines in a boreal Scots pine forest. Accepted to Biogeosciences doi:10.5194/bg-2016-363

Mäki, M., Heinonsalo, J., Hellén, H. and Bäck, J. (2017) Contribution of understorey vegetation and soil processes to boreal forest isoprenoid exchange. Accepted to Biogeosciences doi:10.5194/bg-2016-255


Publications 2016

Year 2016 was very successful for our projects and nine nice papers got published:

Timonen, S., Sinkko, H., Sun, H., Sietiö, O.-M., Rinta-Kanto, J.M., Kiheri, H. and Heinonsalo, J. (2016). Ericoid Roots and Mycospheres Govern Plant-Specific Bacterial Communities in Boreal Forest Humus. Microb Ecol (2016). doi:10.1007/s00248-016-0922-6

Aaltonen, H., Lindén, A., Heinonsalo, J., Biasi, C. and Pumpanen, J. (2016) Effects of prolonged drought stress on Scots pine carbon allocation. Accepted in Tree Physiology

Adamczyk, B., Ahvenainen, A., Sietiö, O-M, Kanerva, S., Kieloaho, A.-J., Smolander, A., Kitunen, V., Saranpää, P., Laakso, T., Strakova, P. and Heinonsalo, J. (2016) The contribution of ericoid plants to soil nitrogen chemistry and organic matter decomposition in boreal forest soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry

Santalahti, M., Sun, H., Jumpponen, A., Pennanen, T. and Heinonsalo, J. (2016) Seasonal and vertical dynamics of fungal communities in boreal Scots pine forest soil. FEMS Microbiology Ecology DOI:

Sun, H., Santalahti, M., Pumpanen, J., Köster, K., Berninger, F., Raffaello, T., Asiegbu, F.O. and Heinonsalo, J. (2016) Bacterial community structure and function shift across a northern boreal forest fire chronosequence. Scientific Reports, 6:32411, DOI: 10.1038/srep32411

Karhu, K., Hilasvuori, E., Fritze, H., Biasi, C., Nykänen, H., Liski, J., Vanhala, P., Heinonsalo, J. and Pumpanen, J. (2016) Priming effect increases with depth in a boreal forest soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 99: 104–107.

Sun, H., Terhonen, E., Kovalchuk, A., Tuovila, H., Chen, H., Oghenekaro, A., Heinonsalo, J., Kohler, A., Kasanen, R., Vasander, H. and Asiegbu F. (2016). Dominant tree species and soil type affect fungal community structure in a boreal peatland forest. Applied and Environmental Microbiology doi:10.1128/AEM.03858-15.

Kieloaho, A-J., Pihlatie, M., Dominguez Carrasco, M., Kanerva, S., Parshintsev, J., Riekkola, M.-L., Pumpanen, J. and Heinonsalo J. (2016). Stimulation of soil organic nitrogen pool: the effect of plant and soil organic matter degrading enzymes. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 96: 97-106.

Köster, K., Berninger, F. A., Heinonsalo, E. J., Linden, A. S., Köster, E., Ilvesniemi, H. and Pumpanen, J. S. (2016). The long-term impact of low-intensity surface fires on litter decomposition and enzyme activities in boreal coniferous forests. International Journal of Wildland Fire doi:10.1071/WF14217.