Browsing by Author "Aerts, Rien"

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  • Trosien, Frank; Aerts, Rien; Cornelissen, J. Hans C.; Quested, Helen M.; Riemann, Petra; Gwynn-Jones, Dylan; Press, MalcolmC; Callaghan, Terry V.; Kondratchuk, Alexandra; Jonasson, Sven E. (2003)
    Although hemiparasitic plants have a number of roles in shaping the structure and composition of plant communities, the impact of this group on ecosystem processes, such as decomposition and nutrient cycling, has been ...
  • Quested, Helen M.; Cornelissen, J. Hans C.; Press, MalcolmC; Callaghan, Terry V.; Aerts, Rien; Trosien, Frank; Riemann, Petra; Gwynn-Jones, Dylan; Kondratchuk, Alexandra; Jonasson, Sven E. (2003)
    Although hemiparasitic plants have a number of roles in shaping the structure and composition of plant communities, the impact of this group on ecosystem processes, such as decomposition and nutrient cycling, has been ...
  • Cornelissen, J. Hans C.; Quested, H. M.; Logestijn, R. S. P.; Perez-Harguindeguy, N.; Gwynn-Jones, Dylan; Diaz, S.; Callaghan, Terry V.; Press, M. C.; Aerts, Rien (2006-03)
    Plant traits have become popular as predictors of interspecific variation in important ecosystem properties and processes. Here we introduce foliar pH as a possible new plant trait, and tested whether (1) green leaf pH or ...
  • Cornelissen, J. Hans C.; Quested, H. M.; Logestijn, R. S. P.; Perez-Harguindeguy, N.; Gwynn-Jones, Dylan; Diaz, S.; Callaghan, Terry V.; Press, M. C.; Aerts, Rien (2006-03)
    Plant traits have become popular as predictors of interspecific variation in important ecosystem properties and processes. Here we introduce foliar pH as a possible new plant trait, and tested whether (1) green leaf pH or ...
  • Cornelissen, J. Hans C.; Callaghan, Terry V.; Alatalo, J. M.; Michelsen, A.; Graglia, E.; Hartley, A. E.; Hik, D. S.; Hobbie, S. E.; Press, M. C.; Robinson, C. H.; Henry, G. H. R.; Shaver, G. R.; Phoenix, Gareth K.; Gwynn-Jones, Dylan; Jonasson, Sven E.; Chapin III, F. S.; Molau, U.; Neill, C.; Lee, J. A.; Melillo, J. M.; Sveinbjörnsson, B.; Aerts, Rien (2001-12)
    Macrolichens are important for the functioning and biodiversity of cold northern ecosystems and their reindeer-based cultures and economies. 2We hypothesized that, in climatically milder parts of the Arctic, where ecosystems ...
  • Cornelissen, Johannes H. C.; van Bodegom, Peter M.; Aerts, Rien; Callaghan, Terry V.; van Logtestijn, Richard S. P.; Alatalo, Juha; Chapin, F. Stuart; Gerdol, Renato; Gudmundsson, Jon; Jones, Dylan; Hartley, Anne E.; Hik, David S.; Hofgaard, Annika; Jonsdottir, Ingibjorg S.; Karlsson, Staffan; Klein, Julia A.; Laundre, Jim; Magnusson, Borgthor; Michelsen, Anders; Molau, Ulf; Onipchenko, Vladimir G.; Quested, Helen M.; Sandvik, Sylvi M.; Schmidt, Inger K.; Shaver, Gus R.; Solheim, Bjørn; Soudzilovskaia, Nadejda A.; Stenström, Anna; Tolvanen, Anne; Totland, Orjan; Wada, Naoya; Welker, Jeffrey M.; Zhao, Xinquan; Team, M.O.L (2007-07)
    Whether climate change will turn cold biomes from large long-term carbon sinks into sources is hotly debated because of the great potential for ecosystem-mediated feedbacks to global climate. Critical are the direction, ...
  • Kondratchuk, Alexandra; Aerts, Rien; van Logtestijn, R. S. P.; Cornelissen, J. Hans C.; de Beus, M. A. H.; Callaghan, Terry V.; Gwynn-Jones, Dylan; Quested, H. M. (2004-12-08)
    1. Herbivory and litter decomposition are key controllers of ecosystem carbon and nutrient cycling. We hypothesized that foliar defences of plant species against vertebrate herbivores would reduce leaf digestibility and ...
  • Cornelissen, J. Hans C.; Quested, H. M.; Gwynn-Jones, Dylan; van Logtestijn, R. S. P.; de Beus, M. A. H.; Kondratchuk, Alexandra; Callaghan, Terry V.; Aerts, Rien (2004-12-08)
    1. Herbivory and litter decomposition are key controllers of ecosystem carbon and nutrient cycling. We hypothesized that foliar defences of plant species against vertebrate herbivores would reduce leaf digestibility and ...