Andrzej M. Jagodziński
Andrzej M. Jagodziński
Insttitute of Dendrology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kórnik, Poland
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How much does climate change threaten European forest tree species distributions?
MK Dyderski, S Paź, LE Frelich, AM Jagodziński
Global change biology 24 (3), 1150-1163, 2018
Responses of leaf structure and photosynthetic properties to intra-canopy light gradients: a common garden test with four broadleaf deciduous angiosperm and seven evergreen …
TP Wyka, J Oleksyn, R Żytkowiak, P Karolewski, AM Jagodziński, ...
Oecologia 170 (1), 11-24, 2012
Light, earthworms, and soil resources as predictors of diversity of 10 soil invertebrate groups across monocultures of 14 tree species
KE Mueller, N Eisenhauer, PB Reich, SE Hobbie, OA Chadwick, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 92, 184-198, 2016
Effects of litter traits, soil biota, and soil chemistry on soil carbon stocks at a common garden with 14 tree species
KE Mueller, SE Hobbie, J Chorover, PB Reich, N Eisenhauer, ...
Biogeochemistry 123 (3), 313-327, 2015
Tree species effects on litter decomposition in pure stands on afforested post-mining sites
P Horodecki, AM Jagodziński
Forest Ecology and Management 406, 1-11, 2017
Season and light affect constitutive defenses of understory shrub species against folivorous insects
P Karolewski, MJ Giertych, M Żmuda, AM Jagodziński, J Oleksyn
Acta Oecologica 53, 19-32, 2013
Drivers of invasive tree and shrub natural regeneration in temperate forests
MK Dyderski, AM Jagodziński
Biological Invasions 20 (9), 2363-2379, 2018
Seasonal variability of biomass, total leaf area and specific leaf area of forest understory herbs reflects their life strategies
AM Jagodziński, MK Dyderski, K Rawlik, B Kątna
Forest Ecology and Management 374, 71-81, 2016
Seasonal variation in chemistry, but not morphology, in roots of Quercus robur growing in different soil types
M Zadworny, ML McCormack, K Rawlik, AM Jagodziński
Tree Physiology 35 (6), 644-652, 2015
“The rich get richer” concept in riparian woody species–A case study of the Warta River Valley (Poznań, Poland)
MK Dyderski, AK Gdula, AM Jagodziński
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 14 (1), 107-114, 2015
Tree species effects on bryophyte guilds on a reclaimed post-mining site
AM Jagodziński, S Wierzcholska, MK Dyderski, P Horodecki, A Rusińska, ...
Ecological Engineering 110, 117-127, 2018
Fine roots biomass and morphology in a chronosequence of young Pinus sylvestris stands growing on a reclaimed lignite mine spoil heap
AM Jagodziński, I Kałucka
Dendrobiology 64 (November), 19-30, 2010
Systematic importance of pollen morphological features of selected species from the genus Rosa (Rosaceae)
D Wrońska-Pilarek, AM Jagodziński
Plant Systematics and Evolution 295 (1), 55-72, 2011
Ecological lands for conservation of vascular plant diversity in the urban environment
MK Dyderski, D Wrońska-Pilarek, AM Jagodziński
Urban Ecosystems 20 (3), 639-650, 2017
Biomass conversion and expansion factors for a chronosequence of young naturally regenerated silver birch (Betula pendula Roth) stands growing on post-agricultural sites
AM Jagodziński, M Zasada, K Bronisz, A Bronisz, S Bijak
Forest Ecology and Management 384, 208-220, 2017
Plantation of coniferous trees modifies risk and size of Padus serotina (Ehrh.) Borkh. invasion – Evidence from a Rogów Arboretum case study
AM Jagodziński, MK Dyderski, M Rawlik, P Banaszczak
Forest Ecology and Management 357, 84-94, 2015
Effects of EMFs on some biological parameters in coffee plants (Coffea arabica L.) obtained by in vitro propagation
EI Alemán, A Mbogholi, YF Boix, J González-Olmedo, A Chalfun-Junior
development 8, 14, 2014
How do tree stand parameters affect young Scots pine biomass?–Allometric equations and biomass conversion and expansion factors
AM Jagodziński, MK Dyderski, K Gęsikiewicz, P Horodecki, A Cysewska, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 409, 74-83, 2018
The silent shareholder in deterioration of oak growth: common planting practices affect the long-term response of oaks to periodic drought
M Zadworny, AM Jagodziński, P Łakomy, K Ufnalski, J Oleksyn
Forest Ecology and Management 318, 133-141, 2014
Climate change, tourism and historical grazing influence the distribution of Carex lachenalii Schkuhr–A rare arctic-alpine species in the Tatra Mts
P Czortek, A Delimat, MK Dyderski, A Zięba, AM Jagodziński, ...
Science of the total environment 618, 1628-1637, 2018
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