Ville-Petri Friman

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    University of York
    Wentworth Way
    York
    YO10 5DD

Phone: (01904) 328675

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Dr. Ville-Petri Friman

Lecturer in Evolutionary Biology

  1. 2019
  2. Facilitation promotes invasions in plant-associated microbial communities

    Wei, Z., Li, M., Wang, J., Jousset, A., Friman, V-P., Xu, Y., Shen, Q. & Pommier, T., 1 Jan 2019

    Article in Ecology Letters

  3. 2018
  4. Resource stoichiometry shapes community invasion resistance via productivity-mediated species identity effects

    Yang, T., Han, G., Yang, Q., Friman, V-P., Gu, S., Wei, Z., Kowalchuk, G. A., Xu, Y., Shen, Q. & Jousset, A., 12 Dec 2018

    Article in Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

  5. Carbon resource richness shapes bacterial competitive interactions by alleviating growth-antibiosis trade-off

    Yang, C., Dong, Y., Friman, V-P., Jousset, A., Wei, Z., Xu, Y. & Shen, Q., 20 Nov 2018, (Accepted/In press)

    Article in Functional Ecology

  6. Ralstonia solanacearum pathogen disrupts bacterial rhizosphere microbiome during an invasion

    Wei, Z., Gu, Y., Hu, J., Yin, S., Xu, Y., Jousset, A., Shen, Q. & Friman, V-P., 1 Mar 2018

    Article in Soil Biology and Biochemistry

  7. 2017
  8. Application of Bacteriophages

    Aminov, R., Caplin, J., Chanishvili, N., Coffey, A., Cooper, I., De Vos, D., Doskar, J., Friman, V-P., Kurtboke, I., Pantucek, R., Pirnay, J-P., Resch, G., Rohde, C., Sybesma, W. & Wittmann, J., 11 Apr 2017

    Article in Microbiology Australia

  9. 2016
  10. Application of biochar reduces Ralstonia solanacearum infection via effects on pathogen chemotaxis, swarming motility, and root exudate adsorption

    Gu, Y., Hou, Y., Huang, D., Hao, Z., Wang, X., Wei, Z., Jousset, A., Tan, S., Xu, D., Shen, Q., Xu, Y. & Friman, V. P., 29 Dec 2016

    Article in Plant and soil

  11. Parasites and competitors suppress bacterial pathogen synergistically due to evolutionary trade-offs

    Wang, X., Wei, Z., Li, M., Wang, X., Shan, A., Mei, X., Jousset, A., Shen, Q., Xu, Y. & Friman, V-P., 27 Dec 2016

    Article in Evolution

  12. Probiotic diversity enhances rhizosphere microbiome function and plant disease suppression

    HU, J., Wei, Z., Friman, V-P., Gu, S., Wang, X., Eisenhauer, N., Yang, T., Ma, J., Shen, Q., Xu, Y. & Jousset, A., 13 Dec 2016

    Article in MBio

  13. Human migration activities drive the fluctuation of ARGs: Case study of landfills in Nanjing, eastern China

    Sun, M., Ye, M., Schwab, A. P., Li, X., Wan, J., Wei, Z., Wu, J., Friman, V-P., Liu, K., Tian, D., Liu, M., Li, H., Hu, F. & Jiang, X., 5 Sep 2016

    Article in Journal of hazardous materials

  14. Pathogen invasion indirectly changes the composition of soil microbiome via shifts in root exudation profile

    Gu, Y., Wei, Z., Wang, X., Friman, V-P., Huang, J., Wang, X., Mei, X., Xu, Y., Shen, Q. & Jousset, A., 27 Jul 2016

    Article in Biology and fertility of soils

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