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  1. 2019
  2. Using hierarchical joint models to study reproductive interactions in plant communities

    Øystein H. Opedal & Stein J. Hegland, 2019 Sep 30, In : Journal of Ecology. 11 p.

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  3. Carbon use efficiency of mycorrhizal fungal mycelium increases during the growing season but decreases with forest age across a Pinus sylvestris chronosequence

    Andreas Hagenbo, David Hadden, Karina E. Clemmensen, Achim Grelle, Stefano Manzoni, Meelis Mölder, Alf Ekblad & Petra Fransson, 2019, In : Journal of Ecology. 107, 6, p. 2808-2822

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  4. 2018
  5. Microenvironment and functional-trait context dependence predict alpine plant community dynamics

    Benjamin Blonder, Rozalia E. Kapas, Rebecca M. Dalton, Bente J. Graae, Jacob M. Heiling & Øystein H. Opedal, 2018 Jul 1, In : Journal of Ecology. 106, 4, p. 1323-1337

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  6. Habitat filtering determines the functional niche occupancy of plant communities worldwide

    Yuanzhi Li, Bill Shipley, Jodi N. Price, Vinícius de L. Dantas, Riin Tamme, Mark Westoby, Andrew Siefert, Brandon S. Schamp, Marko J. Spasojevic, Vincent Jung, Daniel C. Laughlin, Sarah J. Richardson, Yoann Le Bagousse-Pinguet, Christian Schöb, Antonio Gazol, Honor C. Prentice, Nicolas Gross, Jake Overton, Marcus V. Cianciaruso, Frédérique Louault & 10 others, Chiho Kamiyama, Tohru Nakashizuka, Kouki Hikosaka, Takehiro Sasaki, Masatoshi Katabuchi, Cédric Frenette Dussault, Stephanie Gaucherand, Ning Chen, Marie Vandewalle & Marco Antônio Batalha, 2018 May 1, In : Journal of Ecology. 106, 3, p. 1001-1009 9 p.

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  7. Seed polyphenols in a diverse tropical plant community

    Sofia Gripenberg, Jadranka Rota, Jorma Kim, S. Joseph Wright, Nancy C. Garwood, Evan C. Fricke, Paul Camilo Zalamea & Juha Pekka Salminen, 2018 Jan, In : Journal of Ecology. 106, 1, p. 87-100

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  8. Shock and stabilisation following long-term drought in tropical forest from 15 years of litterfall dynamics

    Lucy Rowland, Antonio C.L. da Costa, Alex A.R. Oliveira, Samuel S. Almeida, Leandro V. Ferreira, Yadvinder Malhi, Dan B. Metcalfe, Maurizio Mencuccini, John Grace & Patrick Meir, 2018, In : Journal of Ecology. 106, 4, p. 1673-1682

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  9. 2017
  10. Phenological diversity provides opportunities for climate change adaptation in winegrapes

    E. M. Wolkovich, D. O. Burge, Marilyn A. Walker & K. A. Nicholas, 2017 Jul 1, In : Journal of Ecology. 105, 4, p. 905-912 8 p.

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  11. Above and belowground responses of four tundra plant functional types to deep soil heating and surface soil fertilization

    Peng Wang, Juul Limpens, Mommer Liesje, Jasper van Ruijven, Ake Nauta, Frank Berendse, Gabriela Schaepman-Strub, Daan Blok, Trofim C. Maximov & Monique M P D Heijmans, 2017 Jul, In : Journal of Ecology. 105, 4, p. 947-957

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  12. 2016
  13. Differences in endophyte communities of introduced trees depend on the phylogenetic relatedness of the receiving forest

    Michael J. Gundale, Juan P. Almeida, Håkan Wallander, David A. Wardle, Paul Kardol, Marie Charlotte Nilsson, Alex Fajardo, Aníbal Pauchard, Duane A. Peltzer, Seppo Ruotsalainen, Bill Mason & Nicholas Rosenstock, 2016 Sep 1, In : Journal of Ecology. 104, 5, p. 1219-1232 14 p.

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  14. Above‐ground and below‐ground responses to long‐term nutrient addition across a retrogressive chronosequence

    David Wardle, Micael Jonsson, Jordan Mayor & Dan Metcalfe, 2016, In : Journal of Ecology. 104, 2, p. 545-560

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  15. Do arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi stabilize litter-derived carbon in soil?

    Erik Verbruggen, Jan Jansa, Edith Hammer & Matthias C. Rillig, 2016, In : Journal of Ecology. 104, 1, p. 261-269

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  16. 2015
  17. Disentangling plant and soil microbial controls on carbon and nitrogen loss in grassland mesocosms

    Franciska T. De Vries, Helene Bracht Jörgensen, Katarina Hedlund & Richard D. Bardgett, 2015, In : Journal of Ecology. 103, 3, p. 629-640

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  18. 2014
  19. Carbon isotopic signatures of soil organic matter correlate with leaf area index across woody biomes

    Brenton Ladd, Pablo L. Peri, David A. Pepper, Lucas C. R. Silva, Douglas Sheil, Stephen P. Bonser, Shawn W. Laffan, Wulf Amelung, Alf Ekblad, Peter Eliasson, Hector Bahamonde, Sandra Duarte-Guardia & Michael Bird, 2014, In : Journal of Ecology. 102, 6, p. 1606-1611

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  20. Interactive effects of landscape history and current management on dispersal trait diversity in grassland plant communities

    Oliver Purschke, Martin Sykes, Peter Poschlod, Stefan Michalski, Christine Römermann, Walter Durka, Ingolf Kühn & Honor C Prentice, 2014, In : Journal of Ecology. 102, 2, p. 437-446

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  21. Multi-century reconstruction of fire activity in Northern European boreal forest suggests differences in regional fire regimes and their sensitivity to climate

    Igor Drobyshev, Anders Granström, Hans Linderholm, Erik Hellberg, Yves Bergeron & Mats Niklasson, 2014, In : Journal of Ecology. 102, 3, p. 738-748

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  22. 2013
  23. Contrasting changes in taxonomic, phylogenetic and functional diversity during a long-term succession: insights into assembly processes

    Oliver Purschke, Barbara Christine Schmid, Martin Sykes, Peter Poschlod, Stefan Michalski, Walter Durka, Ingolf Kühn, Marten Winter & Honor C Prentice, 2013, In : Journal of Ecology. 101, 4, p. 857-866

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  24. Evidence for scale- and disturbance-dependent trait assembly patterns in dry semi-natural grasslands

    Francesco de Bello, Marie Vandewalle, Triin Reitalu, Jan Leps, Honor C Prentice, Sandra Lavorel & Martin Sykes, 2013, In : Journal of Ecology. 101, 5, p. 1237-1244

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  25. Phylogenetic conservatism in plant phenology

    T. Jonathan Davies, Elizabeth M. Wolkovich, Nathan J. B. Kraft, Nicolas Salamin, Jenica M. Allen, Toby R. Ault, Julio L. Betancourt, Kjell Bolmgren, Elsa E. Cleland, Benjamin I. Cook, Theresa M. Crimmins, Susan J. Mazer, Gregory J. McCabe, Stephanie Pau, Jim Regetz, Mark D. Schwartz & Steven E. Travers, 2013, In : Journal of Ecology. 101, 6, p. 1520-1530

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  26. Prolonged dormancy interacts with senescence for two perennial herbs

    Juha Tuomi, Elizabeth E. Crone, Jennifer R. Gremer, Anne Jakalaniemi, Peter Lesica, Bard Pedersen & Satu Ramula, 2013, In : Journal of Ecology. 101, 3, p. 566-576

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  27. 2012
  28. 454-sequencing reveals stochastic local reassembly and high disturbance tolerance within arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities

    Ylva Lekberg, Tim Krone Schnoor, Rasmus Kjoller, Sean M. Gibbons, Lars H. Hansen, Waleed A. Al-Soud, Soren J. Sorensen & Soren Rosendahl, 2012, In : Journal of Ecology. 100, 1, p. 151-160

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  29. Linking vegetation change, carbon sequestration and biodiversity: insights from island ecosystems in a long-term natural experiment

    David A. Wardle, Micael Jonsson, Sheel Bansal, Richard D. Bardgett, Michael J. Gundale & Dan Metcalfe, 2012, In : Journal of Ecology. 100, 1, p. 16-30

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  30. 2011
  31. Comparison of nutrient acquisition in exotic plant species and congeneric natives

    Annelein Meisner, W. de Boer, K. J. F. Verhoeven, H. T. S. Boschker & W. H. van der Putten, 2011, In : Journal of Ecology. 99, 6, p. 1308-1315

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  32. 2010
  33. Carbon quality rather than stoichiometry controls litter decomposition in a tropical rain forest

    Stephan Hättenschwiler & Helene Bracht Jörgensen, 2010, In : Journal of Ecology. 98, 4, p. 754-763

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  34. Infrequent sporophyte production maintains a female-biased sex ratio in the unisexual clonal moss Hylocomium splendens

    Knut Rydgren, Rune Halvorsen & Nils Cronberg, 2010, In : Journal of Ecology. 98, 5, p. 1224-1231

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  35. 2009
  36. Responses of vegetation and soil microbial communities to warming and simulated herbivory in a subarctic heath

    Riikka Rinnan, Sari Stark & Anne Tolvanen, 2009, In : Journal of Ecology. 97, 4, p. 788-800

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  37. 2008
  38. Exploring climatic and biotic controls on Holocene vegetation change in Fennoscandia

    Paul Miller, Thomas Giesecke, Thomas Hickler, Richard H.W. Bradshaw, Benjamin Smith, Heikki Seppä, Paul J. Valdes & Martin Sykes, 2008, In : Journal of Ecology. 96, 2, p. 247-259

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  39. Trait interactions help explain plant invasion success in the German flora

    Eva Küster, Ingolf Kühn, Helge Bruelheide & Stefan Klotz, 2008, In : Journal of Ecology. 96, 5, p. 860-868

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  40. 2007
  41. Grassland diversity related to the Late Iron Age human population density

    M Partel, A Helm, Triin Reitalu, J Liira & M Zobel, 2007, In : Journal of Ecology. 95, 3, p. 574-582

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  42. 2006
  43. Gene diversity in a fragmented population of Briza media: grassland continuity in a landscape context

    Honor C. Prentice, Mikael Lönn, Gabrielle Rosquist, Margareta Ihse & Merit Kindström, 2006, In : Journal of Ecology. 94, 1, p. 87-97

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  44. Plant species and functional group effects on abiotic and microbial soil properties and plant-soil feedback responses in two grasslands

    TM Bezemer, CS Lawson, Katarina Hedlund, AR Edwards, AJ Brook, JM Igual, SR Mortimer & WH van der Putten, 2006, In : Journal of Ecology. 94, 5, p. 893-904

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  45. Spatial distributions of plants and gross N transformation rates in a forest soil

    Per Bengtson, Ursula Falkengren-Grerup & Göran Bengtsson, 2006, In : Journal of Ecology. 94, 4, p. 754-764

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  46. 2005
  47. Are growth forms consistent predictors of leaf litter quality and decomposability across peatlands along a latitudinal gradient?

    E Dorrepaal, J H C Cornelissen, R Aerts, Bo Wallén & R S P Van Logtestijn, 2005, In : Journal of Ecology. 93, 4, p. 817-828

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  48. Rosa rugosa Thunb. ex Murray

    Hans Henrik Bruun, 2005, In : Journal of Ecology. 93, 2, p. 441-470

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  49. 2004
  50. 2003
  51. Asymmetric competition and the evolution of propagule size

    MA Rodriguez-Girones, Håkan Sandsten & L Santamaria, 2003, In : Journal of Ecology. 91, 4, p. 554-562

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  52. Ramet demography in a ring-forming clonal sedge

    Sofie Wikberg & BM Svensson, 2003, In : Journal of Ecology. 91, 5, p. 847-854

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  53. 2002
  54. Prediction of species response to atmospheric nitrogen deposition by means of ecological measures and life history traits

    M Diekmann & Ursula Falkengren-Grerup, 2002, In : Journal of Ecology. 90, 1, p. 108-120

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  55. 2001
  56. Morphological plastic responses to water depth and wave exposure in an aquatic plant (Myriophyllum spicatum)

    J A Strand & Stefan Weisner, 2001, In : Journal of Ecology. 89, 2, p. 166-175

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  57. Nutritional constraints on Sphagnum-growth and potential decay in northern peatlands

    R Aerts, Bo Wallén, Nils Malmer & H de Caluwe, 2001, In : Journal of Ecology. 89, 2, p. 292-299

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  58. Palaeovegetation-model comparisons: climate change and tree succession in Scandinavia over the past 1500 years.

    S.A Cowling, Martin Sykes & R.H.W. Bradshaw, 2001, In : Journal of Ecology. 89, p. 227-236

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  59. 2000
  60. Changes in allozyme frequencies in Festuca ovina populations after a 9-year nutrient/water experiment

    Honor C Prentice, M Lönn, H Lager, E Rosen & E Van Der Maarel, 2000, In : Journal of Ecology. 88, 2, p. 331-347

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  61. Influence of pressurized ventilation on performance of an emergent macrophyte (Phragmites australis)

    V Vretare & Stefan Weisner, 2000, In : Journal of Ecology. 88, 6, p. 978-987

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  62. 1999
  63. Extensive integration in intact clonal systems of Carex arenaria

    Tina D'hertefeldt & Ingibjörg Svala Jónsdottir, 1999, In : Journal of Ecology. 87, 2, p. 258-264

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  64. 1996
  65. Clonal diversity and allozyme variation in populations of the arctic sedge Carex bigelowii (Cyperaceae).

    B O Jonsson, I S Jonsdottir & Nils Cronberg, 1996, In : Journal of Ecology. 84, 3, p. 449-459

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