Carsten Renker
Carsten Renker
Leiter der Zoologischen Sammlungen, Naturhistorisches Museum Mainz
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Bottom-up effects of plant diversity on multitrophic interactions in a biodiversity experiment
C Scherber, N Eisenhauer, WW Weisser, B Schmid, W Voigt, M Fischer, ...
Nature 468 (7323), 553-556, 2010
Differences in the species composition of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in spore, root and soil communities in a grassland ecosystem
S Hempel, C Renker, F Buscot
Environmental Microbiology 9 (8), 1930-1938, 2007
Niche complementarity for nitrogen: an explanation for the biodiversity and ecosystem functioning relationship?
A Kahmen, C Renker, SB Unsicker, N Buchmann
Ecology 87 (5), 1244-1255, 2006
Combining nested PCR and restriction digest of the internal transcribed spacer region to characterize arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on roots from the field
C Renker, J Heinrichs, M Kaldorf, F Buscot
Mycorrhiza 13 (4), 191-198, 2003
Nitrogen supply affects arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization of Artemisia vulgaris in a phosphate‐polluted field site
V Blanke, C Renker, M Wagner, K Füllner, M Held, AJ Kuhn, F Buscot
New Phytologist 166 (3), 981-992, 2005
Oribatid mite (Acari, Oribatida) feeding on ectomycorrhizal fungi
K Schneider, C Renker, M Maraun
Mycorrhiza 16 (1), 67-72, 2005
Species composition of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in two mountain meadows with differing management types and levels of plant biodiversity
B Börstler, C Renker, A Kahmen, F Buscot
Biology and Fertility of Soils 42 (4), 286-298, 2006
Oribatid mites as potential vectors for soil microfungi: study of mite-associated fungal species
C Renker, P Otto, K Schneider, B Zimdars, M Maraun, F Buscot
Microbial Ecology 50 (4), 518, 2005
Specific bottom–up effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi across a plant–herbivore–parasitoid system
S Hempel, C Stein, SB Unsicker, C Renker, H Auge, WW Weisser, ...
Oecologia 160 (2), 267-277, 2009
Feeding biology of oribatid mites: a minireview
KSCRS Scheu, M Maraun
Phytophaga, 2004
Glomus irregulare, a new arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus in the Glomeromycota
J Błaszkowski, B Czerniawska, T Wubet, T Schäfer, F Buscot, C Renker
Mycotaxon 106, 247-267, 2008
Goodbye or welcome Gondwana? – insights into the phylogenetic biogeography of the leafy liverwort Plagiochila with a description of Proskauera, gen. nov …
J Heinrichs, M Lindner, H Groth, J Hentschel, K Feldberg, C Renker, ...
Plant systematics and evolution 258 (3-4), 227-250, 2006
Diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in grassland spontaneously developed on area polluted by a fertilizer plant
C Renker, V Blanke, F Buscot
Environmental pollution 135 (2), 255-266, 2005
Functionally and phylogenetically diverse plant communities key to soil biota
A Milcu, E Allan, C Roscher, T Jenkins, ST Meyer, D Flynn, H Bessler, ...
Ecology 94 (8), 1878-1885, 2013
Impacts of earthworms and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (Glomus intraradices) on plant performance are not interrelated
N Eisenhauer, S König, ACW Sabais, C Renker, F Buscot, S Scheu
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (3), 561-567, 2009
TaqMan real-time PCR assays to assess arbuscular mycorrhizal responses to field manipulation of grassland biodiversity: effects of soil characteristics, plant species richness …
S König, T Wubet, CF Dormann, S Hempel, C Renker, F Buscot
Applied and environmental microbiology 76 (12), 3765-3775, 2010
Rationalizing molecular analysis of field-collected roots for assessing diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: to pool, or not to pool, that is the question
C Renker, K Weißhuhn, H Kellner, F Buscot
Mycorrhiza 16 (8), 525-531, 2006
Characterization and spatial distribution of ectomycorrhizas colonizing aspen clones released in an experimental field
M Kaldorf, C Renker, M Fladung, F Buscot
Mycorrhiza 14 (5), 295-306, 2004
Diversity of Cryptococcus and Dioszegia yeasts (Basidiomycota) inhabiting arbuscular mycorrhizal roots or spores
C Renker, V Blanke, B Börstler, J Heinrichs, F Buscot
FEMS yeast research 4 (6), 597-603, 2004
Soil nematodes associated with the mammal pathogenic fungal genus Malassezia (Basidiomycota: Ustilaginomycetes) in Central European forests
C Renker, J Alphei, F Buscot
Biology and fertility of soils 37 (1), 70-72, 2003
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