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C.L. Meier & Bowman W.D. (2010) Chemical composition and diversity influence non-additive soil responses to litter mixtures: Implications for effects of species loss. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 42, 1447-1454.

C.L. Meier, Rapp J., Bowers R.M., Silman M. & Fierer N. (2010) Fungal colonization of a common wood substrate across a tropical elevation gradient: Temperature sensitivity, community composition, and potential for above-ground decomposition. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 42, 1083-1090.

C.L. Meier, Keyserling K. & Bowman W.D. (2009) Fine root inputs to soil reduce growth of a neighbouring plant via distinct mechanisms dependent on root carbon chemistry. Journal of Ecology, 97, 941-949.

C.L. Meier & Bowman W.D. (2008) Links between plant litter chemistry, species diversity, and below-ground ecosystem function. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 105, 19780-19785.

C.L. Meier, Suding K.N. & Bowman W.D. (2008) Carbon flux from plants to soil: Roots are a below-ground source of phenolic secondary compounds in an alpine ecosystem. Journal of Ecology, 96, 421-430.

C.L. Meier & Bowman W.D. (2008) Phenolic-rich leaf carbon fractions differentially influence microbial respiration and plant growth. Oecologia, 158, 95-107.

Bowman W.D., Steltzer H., Rosenstiel T.N., Cleveland C.C. & Meier C.L. (2004) Litter effects of two co-occurring alpine species on plant growth, microbial activity and immobilization of nitrogen. Oikos, 104, 336-344.

C.L. Meier, Svensson M. & Kaye P.M. (2003) Leishmania–induced inhibition of macrophage antigen presentation analyzed at the single-cell level. Journal of Immunology, 171, 6706-6713.