Manuel Graca
Manuel Graca
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The role of invertebrates on leaf litter decomposition in streams–a review
MAS Graça
International Review of Hydrobiology: A Journal Covering all Aspects of …, 2001
7912001
Continental-scale effects of nutrient pollution on stream ecosystem functioning
G Woodward, MO Gessner, PS Giller, V Gulis, S Hladyz, A Lecerf, ...
Science 336 (6087), 1438-1440, 2012
4682012
Methods to study litter decomposition: a practical guide
MAS Graça, F Bärlocher, MO Gessner
Springer Science & Business Media, 2005
3412005
Food quality, feeding preferences, survival and growth of shredders from temperate and tropical streams
MAS Graça, C CRESSA, TMO GESSNER, MJ Feio, KA Callies, C Barrios
Freshwater Biology 46 (7), 947-957, 2001
3082001
A global experiment suggests climate warming will not accelerate litter decomposition in streams but might reduce carbon sequestration
L Boyero, RG Pearson, MO Gessner, LA Barmuta, V Ferreira, MAS Graça, ...
Ecology letters 14 (3), 289-294, 2011
2582011
Importance of fungi in the diet of Gammarus pulex and Asellus aquaticus I: feeding strategies
MAS Graça, L Maltby, P Calow
Oecologia 93 (1), 139-144, 1993
258*1993
Stimulation of leaf litter decomposition and associated fungi and invertebrates by moderate eutrophication: implications for stream assessment
V Gulis, V Ferreira, MAS Graça
Freshwater Biology 51 (9), 1655-1669, 2006
2312006
Whole-stream nitrate addition affects litter decomposition and associated fungi but not invertebrates
V Ferreira, V Gulis, MAS Graça
Oecologia 149 (4), 718-729, 2006
2242006
Effects of eucalyptus afforestation on leaf litter dynamics and macroinvertebrate community structure of streams in Central Portugal
M Abelho, MAS Graça
Hydrobiologia 324 (3), 195-204, 1996
1901996
Leaf barriers to fungal colonization and shredders (Tipula lateralis) consumption of decomposing Eucalyptus globulus
C Canhoto, MAS Graça
Microbial Ecology 37 (3), 163-172, 1999
1861999
Leaf mass loss estimated by the litter bag technique
F Bärlocher
Methods to study litter decomposition, 43-51, 2020
1822020
Decomposition of Eucalyptus globulus leaves and three native leaf species (Alnus glutinosa, Castanea sativa and Quercus faginea) in a Portuguese low order stream
C Canhoto, MAS Graça
Hydrobiologia 333 (2), 79-85, 1996
1761996
Importance of fungi in the diet of Gammarus pulex and Asellus aquaticus I: feeding strategies
MAS Graça, L Maltby, P Calow
Oecologia 93 (1), 139-144, 1993
1651993
Global distribution of a key trophic guild contrasts with common latitudinal diversity patterns
L Boyero, RG Pearson, D Dudgeon, MAS Graça, MO Gessner, ...
Ecology 92 (9), 1839-1848, 2011
1622011
Litter processing along a stream gradient: the role of invertebrates and decomposers
MAS Graça, RCF Ferreira, CN Coimbra
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 20 (3), 408-420, 2001
1622001
Leaf-litter breakdown in 3 streams in temperate, Mediterranean, and tropical Cerrado climates
JF Gonçalves Jr, MAS Graça, M Callisto
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25 (2), 344-355, 2006
1582006
Exotic riparian vegetation lowers fungal diversity but not leaf decomposition in Portuguese streams
F BÄRLOCHER, MAS Graca
Freshwater Biology 47 (6), 1123-1135, 2002
1582002
Diversity and activity of aquatic fungi under low oxygen conditions
AO Medeiros, C Pascoal, MAS Graça
Freshwater Biology 54 (1), 142-149, 2009
1572009
Effects of Eucalyptus plantations on detritus, decomposers, and detritivores in streams
MAS Graça, J Pozo, C Canhoto, A Elosegi
TheScientificWorldJournal 2, 2002
1572002
A meta‐analysis of the effects of nutrient enrichment on litter decomposition in streams
V Ferreira, B Castagneyrol, J Koricheva, V Gulis, E Chauvet, MAS Graça
Biological Reviews 90 (3), 669-688, 2015
1482015
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