Her scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Endophyte, Botany, Mutualism and Herbivore. Kari Saikkonen has researched Ecology in several fields, including Symbiosis, Epichloë and Fungus. Her studies deal with areas such as Agrostis capillaris, Elymus repens and Festuca arundinacea as well as Endophyte.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nutrient and Agronomy. Her research investigates the connection between Mutualism and topics such as Abiotic component that intersect with problems in Reactive oxygen species and Evolutionary ecology. Her Herbivore study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Competition and Ectomycorrhizae.
Kari Saikkonen mainly investigates Botany, Endophyte, Ecology, Agronomy and Herbivore. Her study in the field of Plant use of endophytic fungi in defense, Festuca rubra and Betula pubescens is also linked to topics like Plant defense against herbivory. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mutualism, Symbiosis, Epichloë, Neotyphodium and Festuca pratensis in addition to Endophyte.
Her work deals with themes such as Festuca, Shoot, Litter, Festuca arundinacea and Abiotic component, which intersect with Epichloë. Ecology and PEST analysis are commonly linked in her work. Her Herbivore research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Poaceae, Grazing and Predation.
Her primary scientific interests are in Glyphosate, Epichloë, Ecology, Festuca rubra and Botany. The Epichloë study combines topics in areas such as Endophyte, Host and Abiotic component. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Mutualism and Endophyte.
Her primary area of study in Ecology is in the field of Range. Her Festuca rubra research integrates issues from Zoology, Phenotypic plasticity, Herbivore and Genetic variation. Her Botany research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Integrated pest management and Metabolic pathway.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Glyphosate, Ecosystem, Agronomy, Crop and Weed. Her study in Glyphosate is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Livestock, Leptinotarsa and Plumage. Kari Saikkonen interconnects Microbiome, Biodiversity, Ecology and Environmental resource management in the investigation of issues within Ecosystem.
Her Agronomy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Soil biology, Soil water, Decomposer, Plant litter and Arbuscular mycorrhiza. Her Crop research incorporates themes from Instar, Colorado potato beetle, Larva and Horticulture. Her studies in Weed integrate themes in fields like Endophyte, Perennial plant, No-till farming and Festuca pratensis.
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FUNGAL ENDOPHYTES: A Continuum of Interactions with Host Plants
K. Saikkonen;S. H. Faeth;M. Helander;T. J. Sullivan.
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics (1998)
Evolution of endophyte-plant symbioses
Kari Saikkonen;Piippa Wäli;Marjo Helander;Stanley H. Faeth.
Trends in Plant Science (2004)
Model systems in ecology: dissecting the endophyte–grass literature
Kari Saikkonen;Päivi Lehtonen;Marjo Helander;Julia Koricheva.
Trends in Plant Science (2006)
Defensive mutualism between plants and endophytic fungi
Kari Saikkonen;Susanna Saari;Marjo Helander.
Fungal Diversity (2010)
Endophytic mediation of reactive oxygen species and antioxidant activity in plants: a review
Cyd E. Hamilton;Pedro E. Gundel;Marjo Helander;Kari Saikkonen.
Fungal Diversity (2012)
Forest structure and fungal endophytes
Fungal Biology Reviews (2007)
Glyphosate in northern ecosystems.
Marjo Helander;Irma Saloniemi;Kari Saikkonen.
Trends in Plant Science (2012)
Chemical Ecology Mediated by Fungal Endophytes in Grasses
Kari Saikkonen;Pedro Emilio Gundel;Marjo Helander.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (2013)
Vertically transmitted fungal endophytes: different responses of host‐parasite systems to environmental conditions
Jouni U. Ahlholm;Marjo Helander;Silja Lehtimäki;Piippa Wäli.
The persistence of vertically transmitted fungi in grass metapopulations.
Kari Saikkonen;Diana Ion;Mats Gyllenberg.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2002)
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