Publications


  1. Redente, E.F., T.B. Doerr, C.E. Grygiel, and M.E. Biondini. 1984. Vegetation establishment and succession on disturbed soils in northwestern Colorado. Recl. Reveg. Res. 3:153-165.

  2. Biondini, M.E., C.D. Bonham, and E.F. Redente. 1984. Relationships between induced successional patterns and soil biological activity of reclaimed areas. Recl. Reveg. Res. 3:323-342.

  3. Biondini, M.E., C.D. Bonham, and E.F. Redente. 1985. Secondary successional patterns in a sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata) community as they relate to soil disturbance and soil biological activity. Vegetatio 60:25-36.

  4. Biondini, M.E. and E.F. Redente. 1986. Interactive effect of stimulus and stress on plant community diversity in reclaimed lands. Recl. Reveg. Res. 4:211-222.

  5. Biondini, M.E., R. Pettit and V. Jones. 1986. Nutritive value of forage on sandy soils as affected by tebuthiuron. J. Range Mgt. 39:396-399.

  6. Biondini, M.E., P.W. Mielke and K.J. Berry. 1988. Data dependent permutation techniques for analysis of ecological data. Vegetatio 75:161-168.

  7. Biondini, M.E., D.A. Klein, and E.F. Redente. 1988. Carbon and nitrogen losses through root exudation by Agropyron cristatum, A. smithii and Bouteloua gracilis. Soil Biol. Biochem. 20:477-482.

  8. Klein, D.A., B.A. Frederick, M.E. Biondini and M.J. Trlica. 1988. Rhizosphere microorganisms effects on soluble amino acids, sugars and organic acids in the root zone of Agropyron cristatum, Agropyron smithii and Bouteloua gracilis. Plant and Soils 110:19-25.

  9. Biondini, M.E., P.W. Mielke and E.F. Redente. 1988. Permutation techniques based on Euclidean analysis: A new and powerful statistical method for ecological research. Coenoses 3:155-174.

  10. Sala, O.E., M.E. Biondini and W.K. Lauenroth. 1988. Bias in estimates of primary production: an analytical solution. Ecol. Modeling 44:43-55.

  11. Redente, E.F., M.E. Biondini and J. Moore.  1989.  Observations on biomass dynamics of a crested wheatgrassand native shortgrass ecosystem in southern Wyoming.  J. Range Mgt. 42:113-118.

  12. Biondini, M.E., A.A. Steuter and C.E. Grygiel. 1989. Seasonal fire effects on diversity patterns, spatial distribution and community structure of forbs in the northern mixed prairie, U.S.A. Vegetatio 85: 21-31.

  13. Wohlgemuth, K., J.J. Melacon, H. Hughes, and M.E. Biondini. 1989. Treatment of North Dakota beef cows and calves with Ivermectin: Some economic considerations. The Bovine Practitioner 24: 61-66.

  14. Trlica, M.J. and M.E. Biondini. 1990. Soil water dynamics, transpiration, and water losses in a crested wheatgrass and native shortgrass ecosystem. Plant and Soils 126: 187-201 .

  15. Steuter, A.A., C.E. Grygiel and M.E. Biondini. 1990. Restoring mixed prairie process: the fire/bison grazing/pocket gopher disturbance interaction - A synthesis approach to research/management planning. Natural Areas Journal 10: 61-68.

  16. Wohlgemuth, K., M.E. Biondini, D. Nash, and G.H. Myers. 1990. Relationship between treatment of North Dakota beef cows and calves with fenbendazole and weaning weight of calves. The Bovine Practitioner 25: 87-90.

  17. Biondini, M.E., P.W. Mielke and E.F. Redente. 1991. Permutation Techniques Based on Euclidean Analysis: A New and Powerful Statistical Method for Ecological Research. Chapter 19 (pp 221-240) In L. Orloci and E. Feoli (eds): Computer Assisted Vegetation Analysis. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

  18. Biondini, M.E., W.K. Lauenroth and O.E. Sala. 1991. Correcting estimates of net primary production: Are we overestimating plant production in rangelands?. J. of Range Mgt. 44: 194-198.

  19. Krabbenhoft, K., D. Kirby and M.E. Biondini. 1993. Topoedaphic unit analysis: A site classification system for reclaimed mined lands. Catena 20:289-301

  20. Carey, D.A., J.S. Caton and M.E. Biondini. Energy supplements for beef steers. 1993. J. of Animal Science 71:2260-2269

  21. Cockrell, J.R., M.E. Biondini and D. Kirby. 1993. Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae recolonization of grasses on a reclaimed stripmine in North Dakota. The Prairie Naturalist 25:161-172.

  22. Biondini, M.E. and C.E. Grygiel. 1994. Landscape distribution of organisms and the scaling of soil resources. The American Naturalist 143:582-610.

  23. Shariff, A.R., M.E. Biondini and C.E.Grygiel. 1994. Litter decomposition rates and soil nitrogen dynamics as a function of grazing intensity. J. of Range Mgt. 47:444-449.

  24. Shariff, A.R., M.E. Biondini and C.E.Grygiel. 1994. Net primary productivity and plant nitrogen dynamics as a function of grazing intensity. The Prairie Naturalist 26:229-240.

  25. Grazul-Bilska, A.T., D.A. Redmer, A. Jablonka-Shariff, M.E. Biondini, and L.P. Reynolds. 1995. Proliferation and progesterone production of ovine luteal cells from several stages of the estrous cycle: effects of fibroblast growth factors, and luteinizing hormones. Can. J. of Physiol. Pharmacol 73: 491-500.

  26. Biondini, M.E., and L. Manske. 1996. Grazing frequency and ecosystem processes in an Northern mixed prairie, U.S.A. Ecol. Appl. 6:239-256.

  27. Wylie, B.K., D.D. DeJong, L.L. Tieszen, and M.E. Biondini. 1996. Grassland canopy parameters and their relationship to remotely sensed vegetation indices in the Nebraska sand hills. Geocarto International 11:39-52.

  28. Biondini, M.E., B.D. Patton, and P.E. Nyren. 1998. Grazing intensity and ecosystem processes in a northern mixed-grass prairie, U.S.A. Ecological Applications 8:469-479.

  29. Biondini, M.E. 1999. Bison use of fire-managed of remnant prairies. J. of Range Mangt 52:454-461.

  30. K. Ringwall, M.E. Biondini, and C.E. Grygiel. 2000. Effects of nitrogen fertilization in leafy spurge root architecture. J. of Range Mgt. 53:228-232.

  31. Johnson, H. and M.E. Biondini. 2001. Root morphological plasticity and nitrogen uptake of 59 plant species from the Great Plains grasslands, U.S.A. Basic and Applied Ecology 2:127-143.

  32. Biondini, M. E. 2001. A three dimensional spatial model for plant competition in a heterogeneous soil environment. Ecological Modelling 142/3:191-227.

  33. Levang-Brilz, N. and M.E. Biondini. 2002. Growth rate, root development and nutrient uptake of 55 plant species from the Great Plains Grasslands, U.S.A. Plant Ecology 165:117-144.

  34. Biondini, M.E. 2003. Answer to Xiaoxian Zhang’s comments on “A three dimensional spatial model for plant competition in a heterogeneous soil environment” Ecological Modelling 166:187-189.

  35. Mirik, M., J. Norland, R. Crabtree, and M. Biondini. 2005. Hyperspectral one-meter-resolution remote sensing in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming: I. Forage nutritional values. Rangeland Ecology and Management 58:452-458.

  36. Mirik, M., J. Norland, R. Crabtree, and M. Biondini. 2005. Hyperspectral one-meter-resolution remote sensing in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming: II. Biomass. Rangeland Ecology and Management 58:459-465.

  37. Reynolds, L., M.E. Biondini, P.P. Borowicz, K.A. Vonnahme, J. S. Caton, A.T. Grazul-Bilska, and D. Redmer. 2005. Functional significance of developmental changes in placenta microvascular architecture: The sheep as a model. Endothelium 12:11-19.

  38. Biondini, M.E. 2007. Plant diversity, production, stability, and susceptibility to invasion in restored northern tall grass prairie (United States). Restoration Ecology 15: 77-87.

  39. Mirik, M., J. E. Norland, M. E. Biondini, R. L. Crabtree, and Gerald J. Michels Jr. 2007. Relationships between remotely sensed data and biomass components in a big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata) dominated area in Yellowstone National Park. Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 31:135-145.

  40. Biondini M.E. 2008. Allometric scaling laws for water uptake by plant roots. Journal of Theoretical Biology 251:35-59.

  41. DeKeyser E.S., M.E. Biondini, and D. Kirby. 2008. Low prairie plant communities of wetlands as a function of disturbance: Physical parameters. Ecological Indicators 9: 296-306.

  42. Bingham M. and M.E. Biondini. 2009. Mycorrhizal hyphal length as a function of plant community richness and composition in restored northern tallgrass prairies (U.S.A.). Rangeland Ecology and Management 62:60-67.

  43. Grygiel C.E., J.E. Norland, and M.E. Biondini. 2009. Precision prairie reconstruction (PPR):  a technique for increasing native forb species richness in an established grass matrix. Ecological Restoration 27: 459-466.

  44. Alexander, B.W., D. Kirby, M. Biondini, and E. DeKeyser. 2010. Cattle grazing reduces survival and reproduction of western prairie fringed orchid. The Prairie Naturalist 42:46-49.

  45. Alexander, B.W., D. Kirby, M. Biondini, and E. DeKeyser. 2010. In situ development of western prairie fringed orchid seeds, protocorms, and seedlings in grazed and non-grazed prairies. The Prairie Naturalist 42:50-54.

  46. Alexander, B.W., D. Kirby, M. Biondini, and E. DeKeyser. 2010. Seed production and maturation of western prairie fringed orchid. The Prairie Naturalist 42:55-60.

  47. Grygiel, C.E., J. Norland, and M. Biondini. 2010. Can carbon and phosphorous amendments increase native forbs in a restoration process? A case study in the northern tallgrass prairie (U.S.A.). Restoration Ecology doi: 10.1111/j.1526-100X.2010.00729.x.

  48. Bingham M. and M.E. Biondini. 2011. Nitrate leaching as a function of plant community richness and composition, and the scaling of soil nutrients. Plant Ecology doi 10.1007/s11258-010-9832-8.

  49. Biondini, M., J. Norland, and C.E. Grygiel. 2011. Plant richness-biomass relationships in restored northern Great Plain's grasslands. International Journal of Ecology doi:10.1155/2011/856869.

  50. DiAllesando, A., B. Paradeis-Kobiela, Biondini, M. 2013. Invasion as a function of species diversity: A case study of two restored North Dakota grasslands. Ecological Restoration 31:186-194.

  51. Grygiel, C.E., J. Norland, and M. Biondini. 2013. Prairie reconstruction. International Innovation Journal. 2013 Edition. p. 25-27.

  52. Grygiel, C.E.,J. Norland, M. Biondini. 2014. Using precision prairie reconstruction to drive the native seeded species colonization process. Restoration Ecology doi: 10.1111/rec.12088.