Håvard Kauserud
Håvard Kauserud
Professor of Biology, University of Oslo
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ITS as an environmental DNA barcode for fungi: an in silico approach reveals potential PCR biases
E Bellemain, T Carlsen, C Brochmann, E Coissac, P Taberlet, H Kauserud
BMC microbiology 10, 1-9, 2010
Fungal community analysis by high‐throughput sequencing of amplified markers–a user's guide
BD Lindahl, RH Nilsson, L Tedersoo, K Abarenkov, T Carlsen, R Kjøller, ...
New phytologist 199 (1), 288-299, 2013
FungalTraits: a user-friendly traits database of fungi and fungus-like stramenopiles
S Põlme, K Abarenkov, R Henrik Nilsson, BD Lindahl, KE Clemmensen, ...
Fungal diversity 105, 1-16, 2020
ITS 1 versus ITS 2 as DNA metabarcodes for fungi
R Blaalid, S Kumar, RH Nilsson, K Abarenkov, PM Kirk, H Kauserud
Molecular ecology resources 13 (2), 218-224, 2013
DNA metabarcoding—Need for robust experimental designs to draw sound ecological conclusions
L Zinger, A Bonin, IG Alsos, M Bálint, H Bik, F Boyer, AA Chariton, S Creer, ...
Molecular ecology 28 (8), 1857-1862, 2019
New environmental metabarcodes for analysing soil DNA: potential for studying past and present ecosystems
LS Epp, S Boessenkool, EP Bellemain, J Haile, A Esposito, T Riaz, ...
Molecular ecology 21 (8), 1821-1833, 2012
Climate variation effects on fungal fruiting
L Boddy, U Büntgen, S Egli, AC Gange, E Heegaard, PM Kirk, ...
Fungal Ecology 10, 20-33, 2014
Mushroom fruiting and climate change
H Kauserud, LC Stige, JO Vik, RH Økland, K Høiland, NC Stenseth
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (10), 3811-3814, 2008
Changes in the root‐associated fungal communities along a primary succession gradient analysed by 454 pyrosequencing
R Blaalid, TOR Carlsen, S Kumar, R Halvorsen, KI Ugland, G Fontana, ...
Molecular ecology 21 (8), 1897-1908, 2012
Environmental microbiology through the lens of high-throughput DNA sequencing: synopsis of current platforms and bioinformatics approaches
R Logares, THA Haverkamp, S Kumar, A Lanzén, AJ Nederbragt, ...
Journal of microbiological methods 91 (1), 106-113, 2012
Modelling and predicting fungal distribution patterns using herbarium data
AK Wollan, V Bakkestuen, H Kauserud, G Gulden, R Halvorsen
Journal of Biogeography 35 (12), 2298-2310, 2008
Don't make a mista (g) ke: is tag switching an overlooked source of error in amplicon pyrosequencing studies?
T Carlsen, AB Aas, D Lindner, T Vrålstad, T Schumacher, H Kauserud
Fungal Ecology 5 (6), 747-749, 2012
Improving ITS sequence data for identification of plant pathogenic fungi
RH Nilsson, KD Hyde, J Pawłowska, M Ryberg, L Tedersoo, AB Aas, ...
Fungal Diversity 67, 11-19, 2014
Warming-induced shift in European mushroom fruiting phenology
H Kauserud, E Heegaard, U Büntgen, R Halvorsen, S Egli, B Senn-Irlet, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (36), 14488-14493, 2012
High diversity of root associated fungi in both alpine and arctic Dryas octopetala
MFM Bjorbækmo, T Carlsen, A Brysting, T Vrålstad, K Høiland, KI Ugland, ...
BMC Plant Biology 10, 1-12, 2010
Climate change and spring-fruiting fungi
H Kauserud, E Heegaard, MA Semenov, L Boddy, R Halvorsen, LC Stige, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1685), 1169-1177, 2010
Fungal palaeodiversity revealed using high‐throughput metabarcoding of ancient DNA from arctic permafrost
E Bellemain, ML Davey, H Kauserud, LS Epp, S Boessenkool, E Coissac, ...
Environmental microbiology 15 (4), 1176-1189, 2013
Fungi ahoy! Diversity on marine wooden substrata in the high North
T Rämä, J Nordén, ML Davey, GH Mathiassen, JW Spatafora, H Kauserud
Fungal Ecology 8, 46-58, 2014
Seasonal trends in the biomass and structure of bryophyte‐associated fungal communities explored by 454 pyrosequencing
ML Davey, E Heegaard, R Halvorsen, M Ohlson, H Kauserud
New Phytologist 195 (4), 844-856, 2012
Linking climate variability to mushroom productivity and phenology
U Büntgen, H Kauserud, S Egli
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10 (1), 14-19, 2012
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