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American Naturalist , 5 , [E-article]. Maternal egg hormones in the mating context: the effect of pair personality. Functional Ecology , 32 2 , Mechanisms of invasion resistance of aquatic plant communities. Medicijnresten en zoetwaterecologie. In Jaarboek Diligentia : Natuurkundige voordrachten pp.

Nieuwe reeks; Vol. Den Haag. Methodological advances to study the diversity of soil protists and their functioning in soil food webs. Applied Soil Ecology , February , -. Microbial extracellular polymeric substances — ecological functions and impact on soil aggregation. Microcystin interferes with defense against high oxidative stress in harmful cyanobacteria.

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Harmful Algae , 78 , Model studies on the dynamics of hydrophobic organic compounds in shallow lake ecosystems PhD Thesis. Modulation of litter decomposition by the soil microbial food web under influence of land use change. Modulation of plant chemistry by beneficial root microbiota. Natural Product Reports , 35 5 , Modulation of plant-mediated interactions between herbivores of different feeding guilds: Effects of parasitism and belowground interactions. Molecular detection of harmful cyanobacteria and expression of their toxin genes in Dutch lakes using multi-probe RNA chips.

Harmful Algae , 72 , Environmental Pollution , June , Native bacteria promote plant growth under drought stress condition without impacting the rhizomicrobiome. Houtkooper, R. Natural genetic variation in identified genomic loci controlling metabolite levels. Genome Research , 28 9 , Navigating the unfolding open data landscape in ecology and evolution. Ma, K. Negative effects of litter richness on root decomposition in the presence of detritivores. Functional Ecology , 32 4 , Nematode community responses to range-expanding and native plant communities in original and new range soils.

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Ecology and Evolution , 8 20 , Nest defensibility decreases home-range size in central place foragers. Trends in Plant Science , 23 9 , Nitrosospira sp. No effect of artificial light of different colors on commuting Daubenton's bats Myotis daubentonii in a choice experiment. Numerical relationships between archaeal and bacterial amoA genes vary by Icelandic Andosol classes.

Microbial Ecology , 75 1 , Organic management and cover crop species steer soil microbial community structure and functionality along with soil organic matter properties. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment , Organic residue amendments to modulate greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural soils. Salvador, R. Paleoecological and isotopic analysis of fossil continental mollusks of Sandelzhausen Miocene, Germany. Palaontologische Zeitschrift , 92 3 , Parallel diversifications of Cremastosperma and Mosannona Annonaceae , tropical rainforest trees tracking Neogene upheaval of South America.

Royal Society Open Science , 5 , []. Poelman, E. Parasitic wasp-associated symbiont affects plant-mediated species interactions between herbivores. Ecology Letters , 21 7 , Pellets or particles? How can we predict the effect of soil macro-arthropods on litter decomposition? Functional Ecology , 32 11 , Sheldon, B. Personality shapes pair bonding in a wild bird social system. Both, C. Phenological sensitivity to climate change is higher in resident than in migrant bird populations among European cavity breeders.

Global Change Biology , 24 8 , Photoperiodic cues regulate phenological carry-over effects in an herbivorous insect. Functional Ecology , 32 Special issue , Plant community composition but not plant traits determine the outcome of soil legacy effects on plants and insects.

Journal of Ecology , 3 , Plant community evenness responds to spatial plant-soil feedback heterogeneity primarily through the diversity of soil conditioning. Plant competition alters the temporal dynamics of plant-soil feedbacks.

Journal of Ecology , 6 , Plant responses to variable timing of aboveground clipping and belowground herbivory depend on plant age. Journal of Plant Ecology , 11 5 , Wood, K. Plants in aquatic ecosystems: current trends and future directions. Kardol, P. Trends in Ecology and Evolution , 33 2 , Plant-soil interactions of range-expanding plants PhD Thesis.

Robinson, A. Plasmodium-associated changes in human odor attract mosquitoes. Population bottlenecks in multicomponent viruses: First forays into the uncharted territory of genome-formula drift. Current Opinion in Virology , 33 December , Positive diversity-functioning relationships in model communities of methanotrophic bacteria. Ecology , 99 3 , Potential for synergy in soil inoculation for nature restoration by mixing inocula from different successional stages. Liebner, S. Predominance of methanogens over methanotrophs in rewetted fens characterized by high methane emissions.

Biogeosciences , 15 , Primary producers or consumers? Increasing phytoplankton bacterivory along a gradient of lake warming and browning. Limnology and Oceanography , 63 S1 , SS Carrion, V. Priming of plant growth promotion by volatile compounds of root-associated Microbacterium. Applied and Environmental Microbiology , 84 22 , [e Quantifying interaction networks and stability properties of plankton food webs using multivariate first order autoregressive modelling.

Mueller [Eds. Landscape Monitoring and Modelling Vol. Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences. Quantitative analysis of the dose—response of white spot syndrome virus in shrimp. Journal of Fish Diseases , 41 11 , Range-expanding plant species and their belowground neighbours — digging into novel interactions PhD Thesis.

Lustenhouwer, N. Rapid evolution of phenology during range expansion with recent climate change. Global Change Biology , 24 2 , ee Recycling organic residues in agriculture impacts soil-borne microbial community structure, function and N2O emissions. Relatedness with plant species in native community influences ecological consequences of range expansions. Oikos , 7 , Relationship between home-field advantage of litter decomposition and priming of soil organic matter. Van der Putten, W. Relative importance of competition and plant—soil feedback, their synergy, context dependency and implications for coexistence.

Ecology Letters , 21 8 , Reply to comment by Van de Ven et al. Resilience of the resident soil microbiome to organic and inorganic amendment disturbances and to temporary bacterial invasion. Microbiome , 6 , []. Sayer, C. Responses of insect herbivores and their food plants to wind exposure and the importance of predation risk. Journal of Animal Ecology , 87 4 , Reverse taxonomy applied to the Brachionus calyciflorus species complex: morphometric analysis confirms species delimitation as revealed by molecular phylogenetic analysis and allows the re description of four species.

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Road MAPs to engineer host microbiomes. Current Opinion in Microbiology , 43 June , Saving Seed Microbiomes. Seasonal and herbivore-induced dynamics of foliar glucosinolates in wild cabbage Brassica oleracea. Chemoecology , 28 3 , Loper, J.

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Seed size regulates plant dispersal in flowing water. Journal of Ecology. SERT gene polymorphisms are associated with risk-taking behaviour and breeding parameters in wild great tits. Journal of Experimental Biology , , []. Shooting may aggravate rather than alleviate conflicts between migratory geese and agriculture. Simulated moult reduces flight performance but overlap with breeding does not affect breeding success in a long-distance migrant.

Size-dependent loss of aboveground animals differentially affects grassland ecosystem coupling and functions. Nature Communications , 9 1 , []. Social context-dependent provisioning rules in red-winged fairy-wrens do not vary with signals of increased chick need. Animal Behaviour , , Soil microbial species loss affects plant biomass and survival of an introduced bacterial strain, but not inducible plant defences. Annals of Botany , 12 , Soil protist communities form a dynamic hub in the soil microbiome.

Lara, E. Soil protists: a fertile frontier in soil biology research. Spatial heterogeneity in plant-soil feedbacks alters competitive interactions between two grassland plant species. Functional Ecology , 32 8 , Species-specific plant soil feedbacks affect herbivore-induced gene expression and defense chemistry in Plantago lanceolata. Stabilization versus decomposition in alpine ecosystems of the Northwestern Caucasus: The results of a tea bag burial experiment. Journal of Mountain Science , 15 8 , Stomach contents and stable isotopes confirm ontogenetic diet shifts of Nile perch, Lates niloticus, in southern Lake Victoria.

Journal of Great Lakes Research , 44 6 , Strategies to maintain natural biocontrol of soil-borne crop diseases during severe drought and rainfall events. Cantarella, H. Strategies to mitigate the nitrous oxide emissions from nitrogen fertilizer applied with organic fertilizers in sugarcane. Science of the Total Environment , , Part I , Frontiers in Microbiology , 9 , [8].

Symbiotic polydnavirus and venom reveal parasitoid to its hyperparasitoids. Synergistic and antagonistic effects of mixing monospecific soils on plant-soil feedbacks. Temperature effects on prey and basal resources exceed that of predators in an experimental community. Ecology and Evolution , 8 24 , Temporal carry-over effects in sequential plant-soil feedbacks. Oikos , 2 , The Arabidopsis bZIP transcription factor family-an update. The Dark Side of Animal Phenology.

The distribution of sediment and water column nitrification potential in the hyper-turbid Ems estuary. Aquatic Sciences , 80 4 , The ecological role of volatile mediated interactions belowground PhD Thesis. Molinaro, F. The effect of isabelin, a sesquiterpene lactone from Ambrosia artemisiifolia on soil microorganisms and human pathogens. The effect of temperature on herbivory by the omnivorous ectotherm snail Lymnaea stagnalis. The effects of condensed tannins derived from senescing Rhizophora mangle leaves on carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus mineralization in a Distichlis spicata salt marsh soil.

Lee, J-S. The genome of the freshwater monogonont rotifer Brachionus calyciflorus. Molecular Ecology Resources , 18 3 , Toxins , 10 4. The influence of residence time and geographic extent on the strength of plant—soil feedbacks for naturalised Trifolium. Journal of Ecology , 1 , The need for standardisation: Exemplified by a description of the diversity, community structure and ecological indices of soil nematodes.

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Ecological Indicators , 87 , 43 - The rhizosphere microbiome as an auxiliary breeding component in common bean against Fusarium oxysporum. Egelkraut, D. The roles of migratory and resident birds in local avian influenza infection dynamics. The wild side of plant microbiomes. Microbiome , 6 Tide as steering factor in structuring archaeal and bacterial ammonia-oxidizing communities in mangrove forest soils dominated by Avicennia germinans and Rhizophora mangle. Microbial Ecology , 75 4 , Timing of avian breeding in an urbanized world.

Ardea , 1 , Ligterink, W. Transcriptome profiling of Ricinus communis L. Industrial Crops and Products , , Frontiers in Plant Science , 9 , Trophic interactions in warming waters: Aquatic plant-consumer interactions under climate change PhD Thesis. Bakker, E. Trophic rewilding: impact on ecosystems under global change: Introduction. Two decades of altered snow cover does not affect soil microbial ability to catabolize carbon compounds in an oceanic alpine heath. Johnson, D. Using plant, microbe, and soil fauna traits to improve the predictive power of biogeochemical models.

Methods in Ecology and Evolution , in press 0. Variation in home-field advantage and ability in leaf litter decomposition across successional gradients. Functional Ecology , 32 6 , Volatile-mediated suppression of plant pathogens is related to soil properties and microbial community composition. Toxins , 10 3. Warming enhances sedimentation and decomposition of organic carbon in shallow macrophyte-dominated systems with zero net effect on carbon burial.

Global Change Biology , 24 11 , Weighted trait-abundance early warning signals better predict population collapse. Wild great and blue tits do not avoid chemical cues of predators when selecting cavities for roosting. Zooplankton, zooplanktivorous fish and their interactions in Southeast Asian waterbodies with special reference to Sri Lanka: a review. Sri Lanka Journal of Aquatic Sciences , 23 1 , Elements of carbon cycling: primary producers in aquatic systems under global change PhD Thesis. A blooming business PhD Thesis. Wageningen: Wageningen University.

Vandegehuchte, M. Aboveground mammal and invertebrate exclusions cause consistent changes in soil food webs of two subalpine grassland types, but mechanisms are system-specific. Abundance, activity and community structure of denitrifiers in drainage ditches, in relation to sediment characteristics, vegetation and land-use. Ecosystems , 20 5 , A comparative analysis on the effects of river discharge on trophic interactions in two tropical streams. International Review of Hydrobiology , , After-life effects: living and dead invertebrates differentially affect plants and their associated above- and belowground multitrophic communities.

Oikos , 6 , Age, sex, and climate factors show different effects on survival of three different bat species in a woodland bat community. Global Ecology and Conservation , Pedosphere , 27 October , Analyzing time-ordered event data with missed observations. Ecology and Evolution , 7 18 , An operational framework for the advancement of a molecule-to-biosphere stoichiometry theory. Antagonism between two root-associated beneficial Pseudomonas strains does not affect plant growth promotion and induced resistance against a leaf-chewing herbivore.

Applying allometric theory to fungi. ISME Journal , 11 10 , Moora, M. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in forest plant roots are simultaneously shaped by host characteristics and canopy-mediated light availability. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution , [ River Research and Applications , 33 6 , A simple method for measuring fungal metabolic quotient and comparing carbon use efficiency of different isolates: Application to Mediterranean leaf litter fungi.

Plant Biosystems , 2 , A stoichiometric perspective of the effect of herbivore dung on ecosystem functioning. Ecology and Evolution , in press. A test of the hierarchical model of litter decomposition. Nature Ecology and Evolution , 1 , Kozlov, M. Background invertebrate herbivory on dwarf birch Betula glandulosa-nana complex increases with temperature and precipitation across the tundra biome.

Polar Biology , 40 11 , Balancing food and density-dependence in the spatial distribution of an interference-prone forager. Belowground drivers of plant diversity. Science , , Belowground plant-herbivore interactions vary among climate-driven range-expanding plant species with different degrees of novel chemistry. Frontiers in Plant Science , 8 , [fpls. Between the devil and the deep blue sea: Consequences of extreme climatic events in the Eurasian oystercatcher Haematopus ostralegus PhD Thesis.

Grutters, B. Beyond barriers: ecosystem functions of alien aquatic plants PhD Thesis. Utrecht University. Bio-accumulation of lanthanum from lanthanum modified bentonite treatments in lake restoration. Environmental Pollution , Supplement C , Bioavailable phosphorus P reduction is less than mobile P immobilization in lake sediment for eutrophication control by inactivating agents. Gulati, E. Degermendzhi [Eds. Cham: Springer International Publishing. Frontiers in Microbiology , 8 , []. Changing soil legacies to direct restoration of plant communities.

Characterization of novel Acidobacteria exopolysaccharides with potential industrial and ecological applications. Scientific Reports , 7 , []. Chemical ecology of antibiotic production by actinomycetes. Chitosan as coagulant on cyanobacteria in lake restoration management may cause rapid cell lysis. Chronobiology of interspecific interactions in a changing world. Coagulant plus ballast technique provides a rapid mitigation of cyanobacterial nuisance. PLoS One , 12 6 , [e]. Bommarco, R. Combined effects of agrochemicals and ecosystem services on crop yield across Europe. Ecology Letters , 20 11 , Frontiers in Microbiology , 8 , [fmicb.

Van de Waal, D. Combined physical, chemical and biological factors shape Alexandrium ostenfeldii blooms in the Netherlands. Harmful Algae , 63 , Combining modelling tools to evaluate a goose management scheme. Ambio , 46 Supplement 2 , Chapter eight. Naguib, J. Podos, L. Simmons, L. Barrett, S. Zuk [Eds. Academic Press. Comparing and contrasting life history variation in four aphid hyperparasitoids. Ecological Entomology , 42 3 , Competitive network determines the direction of the diversity—function relationship.

Conclusion: Ecology of Meromictic Lakes. Concurrence in the ability for lipid synthesis between life stages in insects. Royal Society Open Science , 4 3 , []. Consequences of the genetic treshold model for observing partial migration under climate change scenarios. Ecology and Evolution , 7 20 , Frontiers in Genetics , 8. Context-dependent effects of radio transmitter attachment on a small passerine. Journal of Avian Biology , 48 5 , Contribution of trans regulatory eQTL to cryptic genetic variation in C-elegans.

Coordinated responses of soil communities to elevation in three subarctic vegetation types. Oikos , 11 , Scheffer, M.


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Creating a safe operating space for wetlands in a changing climate. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment , 15 2 , Critical assessment of chitosan as coagulant to remove cyanobacteria. Harmful Algae , 66 , 1 - Kosten, S. Cross continental increase in methane ebullition under climate change. Nature Communications , 8 1 , []. Current insights into the role of rhizosphere bacteria in disease suppressive soils. Frontiers in Microbiology , [].

Jeugd, H. Emerging Infectious Diseases , 23 12 , Decoupling direct and indirect effects of temperature on decomposition. Korner-Nievergelt, F. Delineating large-scale migratory connectivity of reed warblers using integrated multistate models. Diversity and Distributions , 23 1 , Heijmans, M.

Journal of Vegetation Science , 29 1 , Genome Biology and Evolution , 9 11 , Differential responses of soil bacteria, fungi, archaea and protists to plant species richness and plant functional group identity. Molecular Ecology , 26 15 , Dinner in the dark: Illuminating drivers of soil organic matter decomposition. Directed dispersal by an abiotic vector: wetland plants disperse their seeds selectively to suitable sites along the hydrological gradient via water. Functional Ecology , 31 2 , Direct fitness benefits explain mate preference, but not choice, for similarity in heterozygosity levels.

Ecology Letters , 20 10 , Diversity begets diversity in competition for space. Nature Ecology and Evolution , 1 , []. Does drought stress modify the effects of plant-growth promoting rhizobacteria on an aboveground chewing herbivore? Insect Science , 24 6 , Dominance rank and boldness predict social attraction in great tits. Behavioral Ecology , 28 2 , Dynamics in numbers of group-roosting individuals in relation to pair-sleeping occurrence and onset of egg-laying in European Bee-eaters Merops apiaster.

Journal of Ornithology , 4 , Early arrival is not associated with more extra-pair fertilizations in a long-distance migratory bird. Journal of Avian Biology , 48 6 , Journal of Biological Rhythms , 32 4 , Ecological effects of light pollution: how can we improve our understanding using light loggers on individual animals? In Ecology and conservation of birds in urban environments pp. Springer Verlag. Trends in Microbiology , 25 10 , Ecological plant epigenetics: Evidence from model and non-model species, and the way forward.

Ecology Letters , 20 12 , Thackeray, S. Ecological resilience in lakes and the conjunction fallacy. Ecology of Meromictic Lakes. Wetlands , 37 5 , Cerdeira, E. Marshall, Luz-Helena Sanin. Back Matter Pages About this book Introduction Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology attempts to provide concise, critical reviews of timely advances, philosophy and significant areas of accomplished or needed endeavor in the total field of xenobiotics, in any segment of the environment, as well as toxicological implications.

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