Functional Plant Ecology


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Lisner, A., Konečná, M., Blažek, P., Lepš, J., 2023: Community biomass is driven by dominants and their characteristics–The insight from a field biodiversity experiment with realistic species loss scenario. Journal of Ecology, 111(1), 240-250.  
Janíková, E., Lepš, J., 2023: Methods of species pool determination as predictors of survival in seeding and transplanting experiments. - Functional Ecology, Early View.  
Fibich, P., Black, B.A., Dolezal, J., Harley, G.J., Maxwell, J.T., Altman, J., 2023: Long-term tropical cyclones activity shapes forest structure and reduces tree species diversity of U.S. temperate forests. Science of The Total Environment (in press)  
Lanta, V., Liancourt, P., Altman, J., Cerny, T., Dvorsky, M., Fibich P, Gotzenberger, L., Hornych, O., Miklin, J., Petrik, P., Pysek, P., Cizek, L., Dolezal, J., 2022: Determinants of invasion by single versus multiple plant species in temperate lowland forests. Biol Invasions (2022)  
Barrere, J., Collet, C., Saïd, S., Bastianelli, D., Verheyden, H., Courtines, H., Bonnet, A., Segrestin, J. & Boulanger, V., 2022: Do trait responses to simulated browsing in Quercus robur saplings affect their attractiveness to Capreolus capreolus the following year?. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 194, 104743  
Valencia, Enrique; de Bello, Francesco; Galland, Thomas; Götzenberger, Lars; Lepš, Jan; Durán Jorge; Carmona, Carlos P., 2022: Effects of functional and phylogenetic diversity on the temporal dynamics of soil N availability. Plant and Soil,  
Caio Cesar Pires de Paula, Petr Macek, Jiří Bárta, Jakub Borovec, Ilona Svobodová, Eva Holá, Jan Lepš, Dagmara Sirová, 2022: Parasitic trophic mode of plant host affects the extent of colonization, but does not induce systematic shifts in the composition of foliar endophytic assemblages in temperate meadow ecosystems. Functional Ecology  
Padullés Cubino J, Těšitel J, Fibich P, Lepš J, Chytrý M , 2022: Alien plants tend to occur in species-poor communities. NeoBiota 73: 39–56.  
Segrestin, J., Lepš, J., 2022: Segrestin, Jules, and Jan Lepš. Towards a better ecological understanding of metacommunity stability: a multiscale framework to disentangle population variability and synchrony effects. Journal of Ecology.  
Sperandii, M. G., De Bello, F., Valencia, E., Götzenberger, L., Bazzichetto, M., Galland, T., ... & Lepš, J. , 2022: LOTVS: a global collection of permanent vegetation plots. Journal of Vegetation Science  
Basset, Y., Blažek, P., Souto-Vilarós, D., Vargas, G., Ramírez Silva, J. A., Barrios, H., Perez, F., Bobadilla, R., Lopez, Y., Čtvrtečka, R., Šípek, P., Solís, A., Segar, S. T., Lamarre, G. P. A. , 2022: Towards a functional classification of poorly known tropical insects: The case of rhinoceros beetles (Coleoptera, Dynastinae) in Panama. Insect Conservation and Diversity.  
Hrubá, K., Lisner, A., Lepš, J., 2022: Effects of phylogeny, traits, and seasonality on invertebrate herbivory damage in a meadow community. - Acta Oecologica 117 (2022) 103871  
Valencia, E., Galland, T., Carmona, C. P., Goberna, M., Götzenberger, L., Lepš, J., ... & de Bello, F. , 2022: The functional structure of plant communities drives soil functioning via changes in soil abiotic properties. Ecology, e3833.  
Macek, M., Dvorský, M., Wild, J., Doležal, J., Kopecký, M., 2021: Midpoint attractor models resolve the mid-elevation peak in Himalayan plant species richness. Ecography  
Rehakova, K., Čapková, K., Altman, J., Dancak, M., Majesky, L., Dolezal, J., 2021: Contrasting patterns of soil chemistry and vegetation cover determine diversity changes of soil phototrophs along an afrotropical elevation gradient. Ecosystems  
Lanta, V., Doležal, J., Kozel, P., Hauck, D., Altman, J., Kašák, J., Foit, J., Šebek, P., Čížek, L., 2021: Contrasting responses of saproxylic beetles and plants to non-native tree invasion reveal feedback mechanisms between trophic levels. Biological Conservation  
Kozel, P., Sebek, P., Platek, M., Benes, J., Zapletal, M., Dvorský, M., Lanta, V., Dolezal, J., Bače, R., Zbuzek, B., Čížek, L., 2021: Connectivity and succession of open structures as a key to sustaining light-demanding biodiversity in deciduous forests. Journal of Applied Ecology  
Fibich, P., Ishihara, M.I., Suzuki, S.N., Dolezal, J., Altman, J., 2021: Contribution of conspecific negative density dependence to species diversity is increasing towards low environmental limitation in Japanese forests. Scientific Reports 11, 18712.  
Cuni-Sanchez, A., et al. (incl Dolezal, J.), 2021: High aboveground carbon stock of African tropical montane forests. Nature 596: 536–542.  
Macek, M., Dvorský, M., Kopecký, M., Wild, J., Doležal, J., 2021: Elevational range size patterns of vascular plants in Himalaya contradict Rapoport’s rule. Journal of Ecology  
E‐Vojtkó, A, de Bello, F, Durka, W, Kühn, I, Götzenberger, L. , 2020: Leaf trait records of vascular plant species in the Pannonian flora with special focus on endemics and rarities. Folia Geobotanica  
Valencia, E., de Bello, F., Galland, T., ... Götzenberger, L. , 2020: Synchrony matters more than species richness in plant community stability at a global scale. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences  

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