Bettina EngelbrechtProf. Dr.

Bettina Engelbrecht

Professorin
Funktionelle und Tropische Pflanzenoekologie

Telefon: +49 (0)921 55-2578
Fax: +49 (0)921 55-2564
Raum: NW I, Raum 7.0 01 27
e-Mail: bettina.engelbrecht(at)uni-bayreuth.de


Universität Bayreuth
Universitätsstrasse 30
95440 Bayreuth

Mitglied im Leitungsgremium des BayCEER

Leiterin AG Funktionelle und Tropische Pflanzenökologie

Forschungsthemen:

  • Verknüpfung von Ökophysiologie, Populations- und Gemeinschaftsökologie und Biogeographie von Pflanzen
  • Konsequenzen von Klimawandel und Landnutzung
  • Bedeutung von funktionellen Pflanzencharakteristika (‚functional traits’) für die Verbreitung von Arten und die Zusammensetzung von Pflanzengemeinschaften


Ausgewählte Publikationen

1Kupers, S J; Engelbrecht, BMJ; Hernandez, A; Wright, SJ; Wirth, C; Rüger, N: Growth responses to soil water potential indirectly shape local species distributions of tropical forest seedlings, Journal of Ecology, 107, 860-874 (2019)
2Gaviria, J; Turner, B; Engelbrecht, BMJ: Drivers of tree species distribution across a tropical rainfall gradient, Ecosphere, 8(2) (2017), doi:10.1002/ecs2.1712
3O'Brien, MJ; Engelbrecht, BMJ; Joswig, J; Pereyra, G; Schuldt, B; Jansen, S; Kattge, Jens; Landhäusser, SM; Levick, SR; Preisler, Yakir; Vaananen, P; Macinnis-Ng, Cate: A synthesis of tree functional traits related to drought-induced mortality in forests across climatic-zones, Journal of Applied Ecology, 54(6), 1669-1686 (2017), doi:10.1111/1365-2664.12874
4Gaviria, J; Engelbrecht, BMJ: Effects of drought, pest pressure and light availability on seedling establishment and growth: Their role for distribution of tree species across a tropical rainfall gradient, PLoS ONE, 10.1371/journal.pone.0143955 (2015), doi:DOI 10.1371/journal.pone.0143955
5Condit, R; Engelbrecht, BMJ; Pino, D; Perez, R; Turner, B: Species distributions in response to individual soil nutrients and seasonal drought across a community of tropical trees, PNAS, 110, 5064-5068 (2013)
6Craine, JM; Engelbrecht, BMJ; Lusk, CH; McDowell, N; Poorter, H: Resource Limitation, Tolerance, and the Future of Ecological Plant Classification., Frontiers in Plant Science, 3, 246 (2012), doi:10.3389/fpls.2012.00246
7Wright, SJ; Kitajima, K; Kraft, NJB; Reich, PB; Wright, IJ; Bunker, DE; Condit, R; Dalling, JW; Davies, SJ; Díaz, S; Engelbrecht, BMJ; Harms, KE; Hubbell, SP; Marks, CO; Ruiz-Jaen, MC; Salvador, CM; Zanne, AE: Functional traits and the growth-mortality tradeoff in tropical trees, Ecology, 12, 3664-3674 (2010)
8Comita, LS; Engelbrecht, BMJ: Seasonal and spatial variation in water availability drive habitat associations in a tropical forest, Ecology, 90, 2755-2765 (2009)
9Kursar, TA; Engelbrecht, BMJ; Burke, A; Tyree, MT; El Omari, B; Giraldo, JP: Tolerance to low leaf water status of tropical seedlings is related to drought performance and distribution, Functional Ecology, 23, 93-102 (2009)
10Engelbrecht, BMJ; Comita, LS; Condit, R; Kursar, TA; Tyree, MT; Turner, BL; Hubbell, SP: Drought sensitivity shapes species distribution patterns in tropical forests, Nature, 447, 80-82 (2007)
11Lovelock, CE; Feller, IC; Ball, MC; Engelbrecht, BMJ; Ewe, ML: Differences in plant function in phosphorus- and nitrogen-limited mangrove ecosystems, New Phytologist, 172, 514-522 (2006)
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