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Daniel Mummey,

Office
Location: HEALTH SCIENCES 503

Contact
Phone: 406.243.2393
Email: dan.mummey@mso.umt.edu

Education


Ph.D. University of Wyoming
M.S. Washington State University
B.S. Eastern Washington University

Selected Publications

Daniel L. Mummey and Peter D. Stahl. (2004) Analysis of soil whole- and inner-microaggregate bacterial community structures. Microbial Ecology 48:41-50.


Corey, L. Campbell, Daniel L. Mummey, Edward T. Schmidtmann, and William C. Wilson. (2004) Culture-independent analysis of midgut microbiota in the arbovirus vector Culicoides sonorensis (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). J. Medical Entomology 41:340-348.

Daniel L. Mummey, Matthais C. Rillig, and William E. Holben. (2005) Neighboring plant influences on arbuscula mycorrhizae fungal community composition as assessed by T-RFLP analysis. Plant and Soil 271: 83-90.

Igor I. Brown, Daniel L. Mummey, and Keith E. Cooksey. (2005) A novel cyanobacterium exhibiting elevated tolerance for iron. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 52: 307-314.

Daniel L. Mummey, William E. Holben, Johan Six, and Peter D. Stahl. (2006) Spatial stratification of soil microbial populations in diverse soils. Microbial Ecology 51, 404-411.

Igor Brown, Daniel L. Mummey, Keith E. Cooksey, and David. S. McKay. (2006) Iron-tolerant cyanobacteria as a tool to study terrestrial and extraterrestrial iron deposition. Astrobiology (in press)

Daniel L. Mummey, Matthias Rillig and Johan Six (2006) Endogeic earthworms differentially influence bacterial communities associated with different soil aggregate size fractions. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38, 1608-1614.

Matthias C. Rillig, Daniel L. Mummey, Philip W. Ramsey, James E. Gannon, John N.Klironomos. (2006) Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and symbiosis-associated bacteria: phylogeny influences community composition of next-higher trophic level. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 57, 389-395.

Matthias C. Rillig, Daniel L. Mummey. (2006) Tansley Review: Mycorrhizas and soil structure. New Phytologist 171, 41-53.

Daniel L. Mummey and Matthias C. Rillig. (2006) The invasive plant species Centaurea maculosa alters arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in the field. Plant and Soil 288, 81-90.

Benjamin E. Wolfe, Daniel L. Mummey, Matthias C. Rillig , John N. Klironomos. (2007) Small-scale spatial heterogeneity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal abundance and ommunity composition in a wetland plant community. Mycorrhiza (in press).

Igor I. Brown, C.C. Allen, D.L. Mummey, S.A. Sarkisova, D.A. McKay. (2007) Iron-tolerant cyanobacteria: implications for astrobiology. In Algae and Cyanobacteria in Extreme Environments. Springer.

Daniel L. Mummey and Matthias C. Rillig (2007) Evaluation of LSU rRNA gene PCR primers for the study of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities via terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis. Journal of Microbiological Methods (doi:10.1016/j.mimet.2007.04.002).

Field of Study

Molecular microbial ecology