Moroenyane I, Mendes L, Tremblay J, Tripathi BM, and Yergeau, É. 2021. Plant Compartments and Development Stages Modulate the Balance Between Niche-Based and Neutral Processes in Soybean Microbiome. Microbial Ecology. (In Press)
Moroenyane I, Tremblay J, and Yergeau É. 2021. Temporal and Spatial Interactions Modulate the Soybean Microbiome. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 97(1):1-12
Moroenyane I*, Tripathi BM*, Steinberger Y and Adams JM. 2020. Slope aspect influences soil microbial community structure and composition in Israel arid Mediterranean. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution. 1-6 *joint first author.
Moroenyane I, Chimphango SBM, Woo C, and Adams JM. 2019. Neutral models predict biogeographical patterns of soil microbe at a local scale in Mediterranean heathlands, South Africa. Transaction of the Royal Society of South Africa.74 (2), 139- 150
Girsowicz R, Moroenyane I*, Steinberger Y. 2019. Bacterial seed endophytes community of annual plants modulated by plant photosynthetic pathways. Microbiological Research. 223, 58-62 * corresponding author
Ogwu MC, Takahashi K, Dong K, Song H-K, Moroenyane I, Waldman B, and Adams JA. 2019. Fungal elevation Rapoport pattern from a high mountain in Japan. Scientific Reports. 9:6570
Cho H, Tripathi BM, Moroenyane I, Takahashi K, Kerfahi D, Dong K, and Adams J. 2019. Soil pH rather than elevation determines the bacterial phylogenetic community assembly on Mt. Norikura. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 95 (3): 1-12
Moroenyane I, Tripathi BM, Dong K, Sherman C, Steinberger Y, and Adams JM. 2018. Bulk soil bacterial community mediated by plant community in Mediterranean ecosystem, Israel. Journal of Applied Soil Ecology. 124: 104-109
Tripathi BM*, Moroenyane I*, Sherman C Steinberger Y and Adams JM. 2017. Trends in taxonomic composition and function of soil microbiome along a rainfall gradient in Israel. Microbial Ecology. 74(1) 168-176 *joint first author.
Dong K, Moroenyane I, Tripathi BM, Takahashi K, Yamamoto N, An C and Adams JM. 2017. Soil nematodes show a mid-elevation richness/diversity maximum and follow Rapoport’s elevational rule on Mt. Norikura. Scientific Reports.7, 3028
Moroenyane I, Chimphango SBM, Dong, and Adams JM. 2017. How local scale variation influence nematode community structure in the Fynbos Mediterranean heathlands, South Africa. Journal of Nematology 48(4): 685-701
Kerfahi D, Park J, Tripathi BM, Porazinska DL, Moroenyane I and Adams JM. 2016. Molecular methods reveal controls on nematode community structure, and unexpectedly high nematode diversity, in Svalbard High Arctic Tundra. Polar Biology. 40(4):765-776
Moroenyane I, Chimphango SBM, Wang J, Kim H and Adams JM. 2016. Deterministic processes govern bacterial phylogenetic community in the Fynbos of South Africa. Microbial Ecology. 72(2): 313-323.
Moroenyane I, Chimphango SBM, Singh D and Adams, JM. 2016. Deterministic processes dominate nematode community structure in the Fynbos. Evolutionary Ecology. 30(4): 685-701
Dong K, Tripathi BM, Moroenyane I, Kim W, Li N, Chu H and Adams JM. 2016. Soil fungal community development in a high Arctic glacier foreland follows a directional replacement model, with a mid-successional diversity maximum. Scientific Reports. 6, 26360
Accepted or in press books and monographs
Moroenyane I, Yergeau E. 2018. Techniques and approaches to quantify microbial diversity in extreme environments. In Yergeau E (ed) Advanced Techniques for Studying Microorganisms in Extreme Environments. De Gruyter, Berlin
Tripathi B*, Moroenyane I*, and Adams J. 2017.pp 25-40. The Impact of Agriculture on Soil Microbial Community Composition and Diversity in Southeast Asia. In Kashyap (Ed) Microbes for Climate Resilient Agriculture. John Wiley & Sons, New York, U.S.A, ISBN: 978-1-119-27592-3 *joint first author
Non-peer reviewed article in popular press and online platform
Black Botanist Week Interview: ScienceRendezvous
Black Botanist Week Interview: Associated Press
Black Botanist Week: Storytelling event
South African Young Academy of Sciences