Martin Schädler
Martin Schädler
Dept. Community Ecology, Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research - UFZ
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Climate extremes initiate ecosystem‐regulating functions while maintaining productivity
A Jentsch, J Kreyling, M Elmer, E Gellesch, B Glaser, K Grant, R Hein, ...
Journal of ecology 99 (3), 689-702, 2011
Empirical and theoretical challenges in aboveground–belowground ecology
WH Van Der Putten, RD Bardgett, PC de Ruiter, WHG Hol, KM Meyer, ...
Oecologia 161, 1-14, 2009
Tradeoffs associated with constitutive and induced plant resistance against herbivory
A Kempel, M Schädler, T Chrobock, M Fischer, M van Kleunen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (14), 5685-5689, 2011
Early stage litter decomposition across biomes
I Djukic, S Kepfer-Rojas, IK Schmidt, KS Larsen, C Beier, B Berg, ...
Science of the total environment 628, 1369-1394, 2018
Using earthworms as model organisms in the laboratory: recommendations for experimental implementations
HC Fründ, K Butt, Y Capowiez, N Eisenhauer, C Emmerling, G Ernst, ...
Pedobiologia 53 (2), 119-125, 2010
Palatability, decomposition and insect herbivory: patterns in a successional old‐field plant community
M Schädler, G Jung, H Auge, R Brandl
Oikos 103 (1), 121-132, 2003
Do invertebrate decomposers affect the disappearance rate of litter mixtures?
M Schädler, R Brandl
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 37 (2), 329-337, 2005
Interaction between silicon cycling and straw decomposition in a silicon deficient rice production system
A Marxen, T Klotzbücher, R Jahn, K Kaiser, VS Nguyen, A Schmidt, ...
Plant and Soil 398, 153-163, 2016
Support from the underground: induced plant resistance depends on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
A Kempel, AK Schmidt, R Brandl, M Schädler
Functional Ecology 24 (2), 293-300, 2010
Lack of home-field advantage in the decomposition of leaf litter in the Atlantic Rainforest of Brazil
UC Gießelmann, KG Martins, M Brändle, M Schädler, R Marques, ...
Applied Soil Ecology 49, 5-10, 2011
Symbiotic soil microorganisms as players in aboveground plant–herbivore interactions–the role of rhizobia
A Kempel, R Brandl, M Schädler
Oikos 118 (4), 634-640, 2009
Dual benefit from a belowground symbiosis: nitrogen fixing rhizobia promote growth and defense against a specialist herbivore in a cyanogenic plant
S Thamer, M Schädler, D Bonte, DJ Ballhorn
Plant and Soil 341, 209-219, 2011
Climate change effects on earthworms-a review
J Singh, M Schädler, W Demetrio, GG Brown, N Eisenhauer
Soil organisms 91 (3), 114, 2019
Induced plant defense via volatile production is dependent on rhizobial symbiosis
DJ Ballhorn, S Kautz, M Schädler
Oecologia 172, 833-846, 2013
Natural enemies and environmental factors affecting the population dynamics of the gypsy moth
U Alalouni, M Schädler, R Brandl
Journal of Applied Entomology 137 (10), 721-738, 2013
OakContigDF159.1, a reference library for studying differential gene expression in Quercus robur during controlled biotic interactions: use for quantitative …
MT Tarkka, S Herrmann, T Wubet, L Feldhahn, S Recht, F Kurth, ...
New Phytologist 199 (2), 529-540, 2013
Secondary succession is influenced by belowground insect herbivory on a productive site
M Schädler, G Jung, R Brandl, H Auge
Oecologia 138, 242-252, 2004
Investigating the consequences of climate change under different land‐use regimes: a novel experimental infrastructure
M Schädler, F Buscot, S Klotz, T Reitz, W Durka, J Bumberger, I Merbach, ...
Ecosphere 10 (3), e02635, 2019
How do extreme drought and plant community composition affect host plant metabolites and herbivore performance?
J Walter, R Hein, H Auge, C Beierkuhnlein, S Löffler, K Reifenrath, ...
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 6, 15-25, 2012
Combined effects of multifactor climate change and land-use on decomposition in temperate grassland
J Walter, R Hein, C Beierkuhnlein, V Hammerl, A Jentsch, M Schädler, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 60, 10-18, 2013
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