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Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield,
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47. Lowe CD, Minter EJ, Cameron DD, Brockhurst M (2016). Shining a light on exploitative host control in a photosynthetic endosymbiosis. Current Biology (in press DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2015.11.052)

46. Dean A, Minter E, SÝrenson M, Law R, Lowe C, Cameron DD, Brockhurst M, Wood AJ (2016). Nutrient trading and host control in a photosynthetic symbiosis. arXiv preprint arXiv:1512.01595

45. Thirkell TJ, Cameron DD, Hodge A (2016). Resolving the ‘Nitrogen Paradox’ of arbuscular mycorrhizas: fertilization with organic matter brings considerable benefits for plant nutrition and growth. Plant, Cell and Environment (in press DOI: 10.1111/pce.12667)

44. Young TM, Cameron DD, Phoenix GK (2015). Increasing green roof plant drought tolerance through substrate modification and the use of water retention gels. Urban Water Journal (in press DOI: 10.1080/1573062X.2015.1036761).

43. Field KJ, Rimington WR, Bidartondo MI, Allinson KE, Beerling DJ, Cameron DD, Duckett JG, Leake JR, Pressel S (2016) Functional analysis of liverworts in dual symbiosis with Glomeromycota and Mucoromycotina fungi under a replicated Palaeozoic CO2 decline. ISME journal (in press).

42. Bolin JF, Tennakoon KU, Bin Abdul Majid M, Cameron DD (2016) Isotopic evidence of partial mycoheterotrophy in Burmannia coelestis (Burmanniaceae). Plant Species Biology (in press DOI: 10.1111/1442-1984.12116).

41. Hepworth C, Doheny-Adams T, Hunt L, Cameron DD, Gray JE (2015) Manipulating stomatal density enhances drought tolerance without deleterious effect on nutrient uptake. New Phytologist 208: 336-341.

40. Young TM, Cameron DD, Phoenix GK (2015). The use of mycorrhizal inoculum in assisting the initial establishment of Prunella vulgaris plug plants in green roof substrate. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 14: 959-967.

39. Field KJ, Duckett JG, Cameron DD, Pressel S (2015) Stomatal density and aperture in non-vascular land plants are non-responsive to above-ambient atmospheric CO2 concentrations. Annals of Botany 115: 915-922.

38. Field KJ, Leake JR, Tille S, Allinson KE, Rimington WR, Beerling DJ, Cameron DD (2015) From parasitism to mutualism: mycorrhiza specificity and functioning in Ophioglossum vulgatum sporophytes. New Phytologist 205: 1492-1502.

37. Field KJ, Rimington WR, Bidartondo MI, Allinson KE, Beerling DJ, Cameron DD, Duckett  JG, Leake JR, Pressel S. (2015) First evidence of mutualisms between ancient land plants and fungi of the Mucoromycotina and their responses to Palaeozoic changes in atmospheric CO2New Phytologist 205: 743-756.

36. Těšitel J, TěšitelovŠ T, Fisher JP, Lepš J, Cameron DD (2015) Integrating ecology and physiology of root hemiparasitism: abiotic resources shape the balance between root parasitism and shoot competition. New Phytologist 205: 350-360.

35. Young TM, Cameron DD, Sorrill J, Edwards T, Phoenix GK (2014). Importance of different components of green roof substrate on plant growth and physiological performance. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 13: 507-516.

34. Cameron DD, Neal AL, van Wees SCM, Ton J (2013). Mycorrhiza-induced resistance: more than the sum of its parts? Trends in Plant Science 18: 539-545.

33. Cameron DD, Phoenix GK (2013). Ecology of Hemiparasitic Orobanchaceae with Special Reference to Their Interaction with Plant Communities. In: Parasitic Orobanchaceae D.M. Joel, J. Gressel, L.J. Musselman. (eds.), Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

32. Fisher JP, Phoenix GK, Childs DZ, Smith SW, Press MC, Pilkington MG, Cameron DD (2013). Parasitic plant litter input: a novel indirect mechanism influencing plant community structure. New Phytologist 198: 222-231.

31. Těšitel J, Hejcman M, Lepš J, Cameron DD (2013). How does elevated grassland productivity influence populations of root hemiparasites? Oecologia: 172: 933-936.

30. Sutherland WJ, Freckleton RP, Godfray CJ, Beissinger SR, Benton T, Cameron DD et al. (2013) Identification of 100 fundamental ecological questions. Journal of Ecology 101: 58-67.

29. Leake JR, Cameron DD (2012). Untangling above and below ground mycorrhizal fungal networks in tropical orchids. Molecular Ecology 21: 4921-4924.

28. Field KJ, Cameron DD, Leake JR, Tille S, Bidartondo MI, Beerling DJ (2012). Contrasting arbuscular mycorrhizal responses of vascular and non-vascular plants to a simulated Palaeozoic CO2 decline. Nature Communications: doi: 10.1038/ncomms1831.

27. Těšitel J, Lepš J, VrŠblovŠ M, Cameron DD (2011). The role of heterotrophic carbon acquisition by the hemiparasitic plant Rhinanthus alectorolophus in seedling establishment in natural communities: a physiological perspective. New Phytologist 192: 188-199.

26. Rowntree JK, Cameron DD, Preziosi RF (2011). Genetic variation in hosts and parasitic plants – an essential driver of ecosystem processes? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 366:1368-1379.

25. Jiang F, Jeschke WD, Hartung W, Cameron DD (2010). Interactions between Rhinanthus minor and its hosts: A review of water, mineral nutrient and hormone flows and exchanges in the hemiparasitic association.  Folia Geobotanica 45: 369-385.

24. Burrell MM, Francese S, Cameron DD, Steels C, Bennett M, Wells D, Holman T, Leake JR, Clench M (2010). MALDI -MSI – a new tool for metabolite analysis in forensic science. Actas Medicinae Legalis et Socialis, Coimbra University Press, Portugal. pp 273-278 (Book chapter).

23. Těšitel J, PlavcovŠ L, Cameron DD (2010) Interactions between hemiparasitic plants and their hosts – the importance of organic carbon transfer. Plant Signaling & Behavior 5: 1072-1076.

22. Cameron DD, Bolin J (2010) Isotopic evidence of partial mycoheterotrophy in the Gentianaceae: Bartonia virginica and Obolaria virginica as case studies. American Journal of Botany  97:1272-1277.

21. Cameron DD (2010) Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi as (agro)ecosystem engineers. Plant and Soil 333: 1-5

20. Těšitel J, PlavcovŠ L, Cameron DD (2010) Heterotrophic carbon gain by the root-hemiparasites Rhinanthus minor and Euphrasia rostkoviana (Orobanchaceae). Planta 231: 1137-1144.

19. Leake JR, Cameron DD (2010) Physiological ecology of mycoheterotrophy. New Phytologist 185: 601-605

18. Selosse M-A, Cameron DD (2010) The New Phytologist sheds light on non-green plants. New Phytologist 185: 591-593

17. Cameron DD, White A, Antonovics J (2009) Parasite-grass-forb interactions and rock-paper-scissor dynamics: predicting the effects of the parasitic plant Rhinanthus minor on host plant communities. Journal of Ecology 97: 1311-1319

16. Cameron DD, PreiŖ K, Gebauer G, Read DJ (2009) The chlorophyll-containing orchid Corallorhiza trifida derives little carbon through photosynthesis. New Phytologist 183: 358-364

15. Irving LJ, Cameron DD (2009). You are what you eat: interactions between root parasitic plants and their hosts. Advances in Botanical Research 50: 87-138

14. Cameron DD, Johnson I, Read DJ, Leake JR (2008). Giving and receiving: measuring the carbon cost of mycorrhizas in the green orchid, Goodyera repens. New Phytologist 180: 176-184

13. Jiang F, Jeschke WD, Hartung W, Cameron DD (2008).  Mobility of boron-polyol complexes in the hemiparasitic association between Rhinanthus minor and Hordeum vulgare: the effects of nitrogen nutrition. Physiologia Plantarum 134: 13–21

12. Jiang F, Jeschke WD, Hartung W, Cameron DD (2008).  Does legume nitrogen fixation underpin host quality for the parasitic plant Rhinanthus minor? Journal of Experimental Botany 50: 917-925

11. Cameron DD, Geniez J-M, Seel WE, Irving, LJ (2008).  Suppression of host photosynthesis by the parasitic plant Rhinanthus minor. Annals of Botany 101: 573-578

10. Leake JR, Cameron DD, Beerling DJ (2008).  Fungal fidelity in the myco-heterotroph-to-autotroph lifecycle of Lycopodiaceae: a case of parental nurture? New Phytologist 177: 572-576

9. Cameron DD, Leake JR (2007).  A different kind of parasitic plant: A brief history of mycoheterotrophy and epi-parasitism.  Haustorium 50: 4-6. (Invited essay review)

8. Cameron DD, Seel WE (2007). Functional anatomy of haustoria formed by Rhinanthus minor: linking evidence from histology and isotope tracing. New Phytologist 174: 412-419

7. Cameron DD, Johnson I, Leake JR, Read DJ (2007). Mycorrhizal acquisition of inorganic phosphorus by the green-leaved terrestrial orchid Goodyera repens. Annals of Botany 99: 831-834

6. RŁmer S, Cameron DD, Wacker R, Hartung W, Jiang F (2007). An anatomical study of the haustoria of Rhinanthus minor attached to roots of different hosts. Flora 202: 194-200

5. Tennakoon KU, Cameron DD (2006). The anatomy of Santalum album L. (Sandalwood) haustoria. Canadian Journal of Botany 84: 1608-1616

4. Cameron DD, Coats AM, Seel WE (2006). Differential resistance among host and non-host species underlies the variable success of the hemi-parasitic plant Rhinanthus minor. Annals of Botany 98: 1289-1299

3. Cameron DD, Leake JR, Read DJ (2006). Mutualistic mycorrhiza in orchids: evidence from plant-fungus carbon and nitrogen transfers in the green-leaved terrestrial orchid Goodyera repens. New Phytologist 171: 405-416

2. Cameron DD, Hwangbo J-K, Keith AM, Geniez J-M, Kraushaar D, Rowntree J, Seel WE (2005). Interactions between the hemiparasitic angiosperm Rhinanthus minor and its hosts: from the cell to the ecosystem. Folia Geobotanica 40: 217-229

1. Keith AM, Cameron DD, Seel WE (2004). Spatial interactions between the hemiparasitic angiosperm Rhinanthus minor and its host are species-specific. Functional Ecology 18: 435-442

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