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Publications 2017

  • Geiger, D.L. & Kocyan, A. (2017) Studies on Oberonia 3. Aberrant flowers and other floral modifications in the orchid genus Oberonia. Nordic Journal of Botany (in press). DOI: 10.1111/njb.01699
  • Weigelt P, Winter M, Kartesz J, Nishino M, Antonova LA, Barcelona JF, Cabezas FJ, Cardenas D, Cardenas-Toro J, Castano N, Chacon E, Chatelain C, Dullinger S, Ebel AL, Figueiredo E, Fuentes N, Genovesi P, Groom QJ, Henderson L, Inderjit, Kupriyanov A, Masciadri S, Maurel N, Meerman J, Morozova O, Moser D, Nickrent D, Nowak PM, Pagad S, Patzelt A, Pelser PB, Seebens H, Shu WS, Thomas J, Velayos M, Weber E, Wieringa JJ, Baptiste MP, van Kleunen M (2017) Naturalized alien flora of the world: species diversity, taxonomic and phylogenetic patterns, geographic distribution and global hotspots of plant invasion. Preslia 89, 203-274.
  • Bukowski, A., C. Schittko, and J. S. Petermann (in press). The strength of negative plant-soil feedback increases from the intraspecific to the interspecific and the functional group level. Ecology and Evolution.
  • Zwickel T, Kahl SM, Klaffke H, Rychlik M, Müller ME. Spotlight on the Underdogs-An Analysis of Underrepresented Alternaria Mycotoxins Formed Depending on Varying Substrate, Time and Temperature Conditions. Toxins (Basel). 2016 Nov 19;8(11).
  • Kahl SM Ulrich A, Kirichenko AA, Müller ME. Phenotypic and phylogenetic segregation of Alternaria infectoria from small-spored Alternaria species isolated from wheat in Germany and Russia. J Appl Microbiol. 2015 Dec. 119(6)
  • Braga, R. R., Gómez-Aparicio, L., Heger, T., Vitule, J. R. S. & Jeschke, J. M. (2017) Structuring evidence for invasional meltdown: Broad support but with biases and gaps. Biological Invasions. DOI: 10.1007/s10530-017-1582-2.
  • Peratoner, G. & Heger, T. (2017): Ökologie und Management von Alpen-Kreuzkraut und Schmalblättrigem Kreuzkraut – Deutscher Verband für Landschaftspflege e.V. (DVL) (Hrsg): Kreuzkräuter und Naturschutz. Tagungsband der internationalen Fachtagung in Göttingen 2017. DVL-Schriftenreihe Landschaft als Lebensraum 23: 45-51.
  • Meyer, S. T., R. Ptacnik, H. Hillebrand, H. Bessler, N. Buchmann, A. Ebeling, N. Eisenhauer, C. Engels, M. Fischer, S. Halle, A.-M. Klein, Y. Oelmann, C. Roscher, T. Rottstock, C. Scherber, S. Scheu, B. Schmid, E.-D. Schulze, V. M. Temperton, T. Tscharntke, W. Voigt, A. Weigelt, W. Wilcke, and W. W. Weisser. 2017. Biodiversity-multifunctionality relationships depend on identity and number of measured functions. Nature Ecology & Evolution. doi:10.1038/s41559-017-0391-4.
  • Heinze, J., Gensch, S., Weber, E. & Joshi, J. (2017) Soil temperature modifies biotic plant-soil interactions, Journal of Plant Ecology, doi: 10.1093/jpe/rtw097
  • Bergmann, J., Verbruggen, E., Xiang, D., Heinze, J., Joshi, J., & Rillig, M. (2017) The interplay between soil structure, roots and microbiota as a determinant of plant-soil feedback, Ecology and Evolution, 6, 7633–7644
  • Rottstock, T., Kummer, V., Fischer M. & Joshi, J. (2017) Rapid transgenerational effects in Knautia arvensis in response to plant-community diversity, Journal of Ecology; doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.12689
  • Schwarzer, C. & Joshi, J. (2017) Parallel adaptive responses to abiotic but not biotic conditions after cryptic speciation in the European peat moss Sphagnum magellanicum Brid., Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 26; 14–27.
  • Estendorfer, J., Stempfhuber, B., Haury, P., Vestergaard, G., Rillig, M.C., Joshi, J., Schröder, P., & Schloter, M. (2017) The influence of different land use intensities on the plant associated microbiome of Dactylis glomerata L., Frontiers in Plant Science, 8, 1–10; doi:10.3389/fpls.2017.00930
  • Müller, C.M., Huwe, B., Wissemann, V., Joshi, J. & Gemeinholzer, B. (2017) Conservation genetic assessment on four different steppe plants in a small replica of a steppe ecosystem >30 years after establishment, Biodiversity and Conservation, in press
  • Guerrero-Ramirez, N.R., Craven, D., Ewel, J.J., Forrester, D., Isbell, F., Koricheva, J., Parrotta, J., Reich, P.B., Hector, A., Auge, H., Erickson, H., Joshi, J., Montagnini, F., Palmborg, C., Piotto, D., Potvin, C., Roscher, C., van Ruijven, J., Tilman, D., Weigelt, A., Wilsey, B. & Eisenhauer, N. (2017) Divergent trajectories of low- and high-diversity communities cause biodiversity–ecosystem functioning relationships to increase over time, Nature Ecology & Evolution, doi: 10.1038/s41559-017-0325-1
  • Heinze, J. & Joshi, J. (2017) Negative plant-soil feedback effects can be masked by aboveground herbivory under natural field conditions, Oecologia, doi: 10.1007/s00442-017-3997-y.
  • Cochard, R., Edwards, P.J., Weber, E. Post-ranching tree grass interactions in secondary Acacia zanzibarica woodlands in coastal Tanzania ? an experimental study. Applied Vegetation Science
  • Kocyan A., The enigmatic monocotyledon family of Hypoxidaceae in the Seychelles, Kapisen, in press
  • Reinecke, J.; Wulf, M.; Baeten, L.; Brunet, J.; Decocq, G.; de Frenne, P.; Diekmann, M.; Graae, B.; Heinken, T.; Hermy, M.; Jamoneau, A.; Lenoir, J.; Plue, J.; Orczewska, A.; van Calster, H.; Verheyen, K.; Naaf, T. (2016): Acido- and neutrophilic temperate forest plants display distinct shifts in ecological pH niche across north-western Europe. Ecography, accepted. onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ecog.02051/pdf
  • Van Kleunen M, Dawson W, Essl F, Pergl J, Winter M, Kreft H, Weigelt P, Kartesz J, Nishino M, Antonova LA, Barcelona JF, Cabezas FJ, Castaño N, Cárdenas D, Cárdenas-Toro J, Chacón E, Chatelain C, Ebel AL, Figueiredo E, Fuentes N, Groom QJ, Henderson L, Inderjit, Kupriyanov A, Meerman J, Morozova O, Moser D, Nickrent D, Masciadri S, Patzelt A, Pelser, PB, Poopath M, Piedad-Baptiste M, Schulze M, Seebens H, Shu WS, Thomas J, Velayos M, Weber E., Wieringa JJ & Pyšek P (in press) Alien plants in the Anthropocene: exchange and accumulation of species around the world. - Nature, 1-4 (2015) doi:10.1038/nature14910
  • Kummer, V. (2017): Beiträge zur Pilzflora der Luckauer Umgebung (20): Die Ergebnisse der Pilzexkursion am 05.10.2014 in der Umgebung des Papiermühlenbachs bei Weißack.- Biol. Studien Luckau 45: 60-82.
  • Kruse, J.; Thiel, H.; Brodtbeck, T.; Ecker, H.; Leb, C.; Ostrow, H.; Rätzel, S.; Kummer, V. (2017): Bemerkenswerte Funde phytoparasitischer Kleinpilze (7). - Z. Mykol. 83: 127-156.
  • Görg, M.; Ploch, S.; Kruse, J.; Kummer, V.; Runge, F.; Choi, Y.-J. & Thines, M. (2017): Revision of Plasmopara (Oomycota, Peronosporales) parasitic to Impatiens.- Mycol. Progress 16: 791-799.
  • Braun, U.; Kummer, V.; Moreno-Rico, O. (2017): Fungi selecti exsiccati ex Herbario Universitatis Halensis – nos. 221-240.- Schlechtendalia 32: 67-73.
  • Jage, H.; Klenke, F.; Kruse, J.; Kummer, V.; Scholler, M.; Thiel, H.; Thines, M. (2017): Neufunde und bemerkenswerte Bestätigungen phytoparasitischer Kleinpilze in Deutschland - Albuginales (Weißroste) und obligat biotrophe Peronosporales (Falsche Mehltaue).- Schlechtendalia 33: 1-134.
  • Kruse, J.; Thiel, H.; Schmidt, A.; Kummer, V. (2017): Bemerkenswerte Funde phytoparasitischer Kleinpilze (8). - Z. Mykol. 83: 311-336.
  • Kummer, V. (2017): Gymnopilus purpuratus am Palmenstubben – die Zweite.- Tintling 22/6: 27-28.