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2006Access to organic and insoluble sources of phosphorus varies among soil ChytridiomycotaMcGee, Peter; Midgley, David; Letcher, Peter; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesAccess to organic and insoluble sources of phosphorus varies among soil Chytridiomycota, Archives of Microbiology 2005, vol.186,(3),2006,pp 211-217
2011Arbuscular mycorrhizal associations in Solanum centrale (bush tomato), a perennial sub-shrub from the arid zone of AustraliaBurgess, Lester; Dennett, Angela; McGee, Peter; Ryder, M; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production Systems; Agriculture Faculty Admin; Biological SciencesArbuscular mycorrhizal associations in Solanum centrale (bush tomato), a perennial sub-shrub from the arid zone of Australia, Journal of Arid Environments, vol.75, 8, 2011,pp 688-694
2008Are histones, tubulin, and actin derived from a common ancestral protein?Gardiner, John; Marc, Jan; McGee, Peter; Overall, Robyn; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesAre histones, tubulin, and actin derived from a common ancestral protein?, Protoplasma, vol.233,(DOI 10.1007/s00709-008-0305-z),2008,pp 1-5
2002The Australian zygomycetous mycorrhizal fungi. II Further Australian sporocarpic GlomaceaeMcGee, Peter; Trappe, James M.; Biological SciencesThe Australian zygomycetous mycorrhizal fungi. II Further Australian sporocarpic Glomaceae, Australian Systematic Botany, vol.15,(1),2002,pp 115-124
2006Can soil Chytridiomycota survive and grow in different osmotic potentials?Gleason, Frank; McGee, Peter; Midgley, David; Letcher, Peter; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesCan soil Chytridiomycota survive and grow in different osmotic potentials?, Mycological Research, vol.110,(7),2006,pp 869-875
2008Chytrids cannot survive at high temperatures in liquid growth media: implications for soil ecosystemsGleason, Frank; McGee, Peter; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesChytrids cannot survive at high temperatures in liquid growth media: implications for soil ecosystems, Fungal Ecology, vol.1,(2-3),2008,pp 99-101
2010Colonization of crop plants by fungal entomopathogens and their effects on two insect pests when in plantaGurulingappa, Pampapathy; McGee, Peter; Murdoch, Gregory; Sword, Gregory; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Agriculture Faculty Admin; Biological SciencesColonization of crop plants by fungal entomopathogens and their effects on two insect pests when in planta, Biological Control, vol.55, 1,pp 34-41
2013Development and stabilisation of soil structure via interactions between organic matter, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and plant rootsDaynes, Cathal; Field, Damien; McGee, Peter; Saleeba, Jennifer; Cole, Michael; Biological Sciences; Environmental Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesDevelopment and stabilisation of soil structure via interactions between organic matter, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and plant roots, Soil Biology and Biochemistry, vol.57, N/A, 2013,pp 683-694
2004'Distribution And Diversity Of Zoosporic Fungi From Soild Of Four Vegetation Types In New South Wales, Australia.'McGee, Peter; Letcher, Peter; Powell, Martha J; Biological Sciences'Distribution And Diversity Of Zoosporic Fungi From Soild Of Four Vegetation Types In New South Wales, Australia.', Canadian Journal Of Botany-Revue Canadienne De Botanique, vol.82,(10),2004,pp 1490-1500
2011Diverse assemblages of ascomecetous fungi occur in woodland, grassland and cropping soils of northern-central New South Wales, AustraliaMcGee, Peter; Midgley, David; Saleeba, Jennifer; Stewart, Michael; School of Biological Sciences; School of Biological Sciences; School of Biological Sciences; Mathematics & StatisticsDiverse assemblages of ascomecetous fungi occur in woodland, grassland and cropping soils of northern-central New South Wales, Australia, Australasian Mycologist, vol.29, N/A, 2011,pp 29-36
2005Diversity of chytridiaceous fungi in a cropping soilCommandeur, Zoe; McGee, Peter; Letcher, P; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesDiversity of chytridiaceous fungi in a cropping soil, Australasian Mycologist, vol.24,(1),2005,pp 1-6
2005Diversity of the Trichocomaceae in the Katandra Nature Reserve, Central Coast, NSW, Australia.Carter, Deidre (Dee); McGee, Peter; Hocking, Ailsa; Markovina, Anne-Laure; Pitt, John; Molecular & Microbial Bioscien; Biological SciencesDiversity of the Trichocomaceae in the Katandra Nature Reserve, Central Coast, NSW, Australia., Mycological Research, vol.109,(9),2005,pp 964-973
2009Do plant endophytic and free-living Chaetomium species differ?Ly, Pearl; McGee, Peter; Midgley, David; Saleeba, Jennifer; Syed, Navid; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesDo plant endophytic and free-living Chaetomium species differ?, Australasian Mycologist, vol.28, N/A,pp 51-55
2001The effect of local cropping activites and weather on the airborne concentration of allergenic Alternaria spores in rural AustraliaClift, Alan; McGee, Peter; Mitakakis, Teresa; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production Systems; Biological Sciences; MedicineThe effect of local cropping activites and weather on the airborne concentration of allergenic Alternaria spores in rural Australia, Grana: international journal of palynology and aerobiology, vol.40, N/A,pp 230-239
2006Endophytic Chaetomium globosum reduces development of tan spot in wheat caused by Pyrenophora tritici-repentisIstifadah, Noor; McGee, Peter; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesEndophytic Chaetomium globosum reduces development of tan spot in wheat caused by Pyrenophora tritici-repentis, Australasian Plant Pathology, vol.35,(4),2006,pp 411-418
2011Endophytic Lecanicillium lecanii and Beauveria bassiana reduce the survival and fecundity of Aphis gossypii following contact with conidia and secondary metabolitesGurulingappa, Pampapathy; McGee, Peter; Sword, Gregory; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesEndophytic Lecanicillium lecanii and Beauveria bassiana reduce the survival and fecundity of Aphis gossypii following contact with conidia and secondary metabolites, Crop Protection, vol.30, 3, 2011,pp 349-353
2008Freeze tolerance of soil chytrids from temperate climates in AustraliaGleason, Frank; McGee, Peter; Letcher, Peter; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesFreeze tolerance of soil chytrids from temperate climates in Australia, Mycological Research, vol.112, N/A, 2008,pp 976-982
2007The fungus Lecanicillium lecanii colonises the plant Gossypium hirsutum and the aphid Aphis gossypiiAnderson, Christopher; McGee, Peter; Mensah, Robert; Nehl, David; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesThe fungus Lecanicillium lecanii colonises the plant Gossypium hirsutum and the aphid Aphis gossypii, Australasian Mycologist, vol.26,(2),2007,pp 65-70
2004Growth And Survival Of Seedlings Of Native Plants In An Impoverished And Highly Disturbed Soil Following Inoculation With Arbuscular Mycorrhizal FungiHammill, Kathryn; McGee, Peter; Pattinson, Gregory; Sutton, Bruce; Crop Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Sciences DisciplineGrowth And Survival Of Seedlings Of Native Plants In An Impoverished And Highly Disturbed Soil Following Inoculation With Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi, Mycorrhiza, vol.14,(6),2004,pp 339-346
2005The growth response of some Chytridiomycota to temperatures commonly observed in the soilCommandeur, Zoe; Gleason, Frank; Jeong, Cho Eun (Grace); McGee, Peter; Letcher, Peter; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesThe growth response of some Chytridiomycota to temperatures commonly observed in the soil, Mycological Research, vol.109,(6),2005,pp 717-722