Publications

Listed are articles published by group members while at the Goethe-University of Frankfurt. For all publications by specific group members, see individual group member pages.


Peer-reviewed publications

Rauschkolb R, Li Z, Godefroid S, Dixon L, Durka W, Májeková M, Bossdorf O, Ensslin A, Scheepens JF (2022) Evolution of plant drought strategies and herbivore tolerance after two decades of climate change. New Phytologist accepted.

Santangelo JS, Ness RW, Cohan B, Fitzpatrick CR, Innes SG, Koch S, Miles LS, Munim S, Peres-Neto PR, Kirschbaum A, Scheepens JF, Johnson MTJ [+276 authors] (2022) Global urban environmental change drives adaptation in white clover. Science 375: 6586. 1275-1281. Link

Willems FM, Scheepens JF, Bossdorf O (2022) Forest wildflowers bloom earlier as Europe warms: Lessons from herbaria and spatial modeling. New Phytologist accepted.

Freimuth F, Bossdorf O, Scheepens JF, Willems FM (2022) Climate warming changes synchrony of plants and pollinators. Proceedings of the Royal Society B accepted.

March-Salas M, van Kleunen M, Fitze PS (2021) Effects of intrinsic precipitation-predictability on root traits, allocation strategies, and the selective regimes acting on them. Oikos accepted.

Rauschkolb R, Henres L, Lou C, Godefroid S, Dixon L, Durka W, Bossdorf O, Ensslin A, Scheepens JF (2021) Historical comparisons show evolutionary changes in drought responses in European plant species after two decades of climate change. Basic and Applied Ecology 58: 26-38. Link

Deng Y, Bossdorf O, Scheepens JF (2021) Transgenerational effects of temperature fluctuations in Arabidopsis thaliana. AoB Plants 13: 6. plab064. Link

deCastro-Arrazola I, March-Salas M, Lorite J (2021). Assessment of the potential risk of rock-climbing for cliff plant species and natural protected areas of Spain. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution accepted.

Noriega JA, March-Salas M, Castillo S, García-Q H, Hortal J, Santos AMC (2021). Human perturbations reduce dung beetle diversity and dung removal ecosystem function. Biotropica accepted.

Muola A, Scheepens JF, Laukkanen L, Kalske A, Mutikainen P, Leimu R (2021) Strong gene flow explains lack of mating system variation in the perennial herb, Vincetoxicum hirundinaria, in a fragmented landscape. Nordic Journal of Botany 39: e03008. 1-13. Link

Kirschbaum A, Bossdorf O, Scheepens JF (2021) Variation in regrowth ability in relation to land-use intensity in three common grassland herbs. Journal of Plant Ecology 14: 438-450. Link

Willems FM, Scheepens JF, Ammer C, Block S, Bucharova A, Schall P, Sehrt M, Bossdorf O (2021) Spring understory herbs flower later in intensively managed forests. Ecological Applications accepted e2332. Link


Non-peer-reviewed

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Preprints

Galanti D, Ramos-Cruz D, Nunn A, Rodríguez-Arévalo I, Scheepens JF, Becker C, Bossdorf O (2022) Genetic and environmental drivers of large-scale epigenetic variation in Thlaspi arvense. bioRxivLink

Czech L, Peng Y, Spence JP, Lang PLM, Bellagio T, Hildebrandt J, Fritschi K, Schwab R, Rowan BA, GrENE-net consortium, Weigel D, Scheepens JF, Vasseur F, Exposito-Alonso M (2022) Monitoring rapid evolution of plant populations at scale with Pool-Sequencing. bioRxiv. Link

Kirschbaum A, Hoch G, Bossdorf O, Scheepens JF (2021) Genetic variation in non-structural carbohydrates in Plantago lanceolata is related to mowing intensity but not to regrowth ability. EcoEvoRxiv. Link

Willems FM,  Scheepens JF, Bossdorf O (2021) Forest wildflowers bloom earlier as Europe warms – but not everywhere equally. bioRxiv. Link

Freimuth J, Bossdorf O, Scheepens JF,  Willems FM (2021) Climate warming changes synchrony of plants and pollinators in Germany. bioRxiv.

Deng Y, Bossdorf O, Scheepens JF (2020) Transgenerational effects of temperature fluctuations in Arabidopsis thaliana. EcoEvoRxiv. Link

Rauschkolb R, Henres L, Lou C, Godefroid S, Dixon L, Bossdorf O, Ensslin A, Scheepens JF (2020) Resurrection approach shows evolutionary changes in drought responses in European plant species after two decades of climate change. EcoEvoRxiv. Link


Popular articles

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