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2 Biodiversität: Verbreitung, Funktion und Erhaltung

Donnerstag, 09:30-11:30, H8

09:30O 2.1: Andreas Bantle et al.: Tree species effects on the release of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen from decomposing logs
09:45O 2.2: Bettina Engelbrecht et al.: Determinants of tree distribution in tropical forests: assessing the impact of dry season intensity and soil species by species
10:00O 2.3: David Harter et al.: Spatial and ecological effects on population differentiations on two island endemic species of a radiating plant genus of the Canary Islands
10:15O 2.4: Sindy Hunger et al.: Abundance and Diversity of Methanogens in German Fen and Peat Bog Soils
11:00O 2.5: Stephan Clemens et al.: Natural variation, evolution and underlying mechanisms of metal hyperaccumulation in Arabidopsis halleri
11:15O 2.6: Gerhard Gebauer et al.: Hydrogen stable isotope abundance patterns provide further insight into organic matter exchange in orchid mycorrhiza

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P 2.1 Kwanghun Choi, Björn Reineking
Simulating the effect of climate change on forest dynamics of Soyang lake watershed in Korea
P 2.2 Delicia Pino
Differential seedling growth response to nutrient additions among tree species in a tropical forest in Panama
P 2.3 Julian Gaviria
Does Herbivory influence tree distribution patterns along a rainfall gradient?
P 2.4 Severin D.H. Irl, Manuel Steinbauer, Carl Beierkuhnlein, Anke Jentsch
Burned and devoured - Or how do introduced herbivores and fire influence the endemic high-elevation flora of La Palma, Canary Islands?
P 2.5 Andrey Malyshev, Juergen Kreyling, Hugh Henry
Continental within-species variance exceeds local among-species variance in plant cold tolerance after midwinter thaw events.
P 2.6 Philipp von Gillhaußen, Uwe Rascher, Nicolai D. Jablonowski, Vicky M. Temperton
Using ecological and ecophysiological knowledge to increase bioproductivity and nutrient-use efficiency in grasslands

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