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Rutger Wilschut
Rutger Wilschut
Wageningen University and Research, Department of Nematology
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Soil nematode abundance and functional group composition at a global scale
J Van Den Hoogen, S Geisen, D Routh, H Ferris, W Traunspurger, ...
Nature 572 (7768), 194-198, 2019
8032019
Nematodes as drivers of plant performance in natural systems
RA Wilschut, S Geisen
Trends in Plant Science 26 (3), 237-247, 2021
1072021
Natural epigenetic variation contributes to heritable flowering divergence in a widespread asexual dandelion lineage
RA Wilschut, C Oplaat, LB Snoek, J Kirschner, KJF Verhoeven
Molecular ecology 25 (8), 1759-1768, 2016
962016
Root traits and belowground herbivores relate to plant–soil feedback variation among congeners
RA Wilschut, WH van der Putten, P Garbeva, P Harkes, W Konings, ...
Nature Communications 10 (1), 1564, 2019
892019
Plant–soil feedbacks and temporal dynamics of plant diversity–productivity relationships
MP Thakur, WH van der Putten, RA Wilschut, GFC Veen, P Kardol, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 36 (7), 651-661, 2021
852021
Range-expansion effects on the belowground plant microbiome
KS Ramirez, LB Snoek, K Koorem, S Geisen, LJ Bloem, F ten Hooven, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3, 604-611, 2019
772019
Rapid evolution of phenology during range expansion with recent climate change
N Lustenhouwer, RA Wilschut, JL Williams, WH van der Putten, JM Levine
Global Change Biology 24 (2), e534-e544, 2018
702018
A global database of soil nematode abundance and functional group composition
J van den Hoogen, S Geisen, DH Wall, DA Wardle, W Traunspurger, ...
Scientific data 7 (1), 103, 2020
532020
Latitudinal variation in soil nematode communities under climate warming‐related range‐expanding and native plants
RA Wilschut, S Geisen, H Martens, O Kostenko, M de Hollander, ...
Global Change Biology, 2019
512019
LAESI mass spectrometry imaging as a tool to differentiate the root metabolome of native and range-expanding plant species
P Kulkarni, RA Wilschut, KJF Verhoeven, WH van der Putten, P Garbeva
Planta 248 (6), 1515–1523, 2018
312018
Identification of oligoclonal agamospermous microspecies: taxonomic specialists versus microsatellites
J Kirschner, C Oplaat, KJF Verhoeven, V Zeisek, I Uhlemann, B Trávníček, ...
Preslia 88, 1-17, 2016
272016
Belowground plant–herbivore interactions vary among climate-driven range-expanding plant species with different degrees of novel chemistry
RA Wilschut, JCP Silva, P Garbeva, WH Van Der Putten
Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 294568, 2017
252017
Drought alters plant‐soil feedback effects on biomass allocation but not on plant performance
RA Wilschut, M van Kleunen
Plant and Soil 462, 285-296, 2021
232021
Number of simultaneously acting global change factors affects composition, diversity and productivity of grassland plant communities
B Speißer, RA Wilschut, M Van Kleunen
Nature Communications 13 (1), 7811, 2022
222022
Community‐level interactions between plants and soil biota during range expansion
K Koorem, LB Snoek, J Bloem, S Geisen, O Kostenko, M Manrubia, ...
Journal of Ecology, 2020
202020
Parallel diversifications of Cremastosperma and Mosannona (Annonaceae), tropical rainforest trees tracking Neogene upheaval of South America
MD Pirie, PJM Maas, RA Wilschut, H Melchers-Sharrott, LW Chatrou
Royal Society Open Science 5 (1), 171561, 2018
152018
Interspecific differences in nematode control between range-expanding plant species and their congeneric natives
RA Wilschut, S Geisen, FC Ten Hooven, WH Van Der Putten
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 100, 233-241, 2016
152016
Relatedness with plant species in native community influences ecological consequences of range expansions
K Koorem, O Kostenko, LB Snoek, C Weser, KS Ramirez, RA Wilschut, ...
Oikos 127 (7), 981-990, 2018
142018
Combined effects of warming and drought on plant biomass depend on plant woodiness and community type: a meta-analysis
RA Wilschut, JR De Long, S Geisen, SE Hannula, CW Quist, B Snoek, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1984), 20221178, 2022
132022
Belowground plant inputs exert higher metabolic activities and carbon use efficiency of soil nematodes than aboveground inputs
Z Zhang, H Wang, F Ding, RA Wilschut, Z Jia, X Zhang, D Zhang, ...
Geoderma 420, 115883, 2022
112022
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