Markus Wagner
TitleCited byYear
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
1222005
Fungal effects on seed bank persistence and potential applications in weed biocontrol: a review
M Wagner, N Mitschunas
Basic and applied ecology 9 (3), 191-203, 2008
912008
Invertebrate herbivory along a gradient of plant species diversity in extensively managed grasslands
SB Unsicker, N Baer, A Kahmen, M Wagner, N Buchmann, WW Weisser
Oecologia 150 (2), 233-246, 2006
882006
Impact of invertebrate herbivory in grasslands depends on plant species diversity
C Stein, SB Unsicker, A Kahmen, M Wagner, V Audorff, H Auge, D Prati, ...
Ecology 91 (6), 1639-1650, 2010
722010
Increased temperature sensitivity of net DOC production from ombrotrophic peat due to water table draw‐down
JM Clark, D Ashley, M Wagner, PJ Chapman, SN Lane, CD Evans, ...
Global Change Biology 15 (4), 794-807, 2009
712009
Soil seed bank in managed and abandoned semi-natural meadows in Soomaa National Park, Estonia
M Wagner, P Poschlod, RP Setchfield
Annales Botanici Fennici 40 (2), 87-100, 2003
612003
Arbuscular mycorrhizas in phosphate-polluted soil: interrelations between root colonization and nitrogen
V Blanke, M Wagner, C Renker, H Lippert, M Michulitz, AJ Kuhn, F Buscot
Plant and soil, 1-14, 2011
342011
Prediction of herbage yield in grassland: How well do Ellenberg N‐values perform?
M Wagner, A Kahmen, H Schlumprecht, V Audorff, J Perner, N Buchmann, ...
Applied Vegetation Science 10 (1), 15-24, 2007
342007
Evidence for a positive influence of fungivorous soil invertebrates on the seed bank persistence of grassland species
N Mitschunas, M Wagner, J Filser
Journal of Ecology 94 (4), 791-800, 2006
342006
The germination niches of grassland species targeted for restoration: effects of seed pre-treatments
M Wagner, RF Pywell, T Knopp, JM Bullock, MS Heard
Seed Science Research 21 (02), 117-131, 2011
332011
Photosynthetic properties of C4 plants growing in an African savanna/wetland mosaic
KB Mantlana, A Arneth, EM Veenendaal, P Wohland, P Wolski, O Kolle, ...
Journal of experimental botany 59 (14), 3941, 2008
302008
Management options for the conservation of rare arable plants in Europe
H Albrecht, J Cambecčdes, M Lang, M Wagner
Botany Letters 163 (4), 389-415, 2016
252016
Horizon scanning for new invasive non-native species in England
D Parrott, S Roy, R Baker, R Cannon, D Eyre, M Hill, M Wagner, ...
Research Report, Natural England, Peterborough, 2009
25*2009
Seed bank assembly in an unmanaged ruderal grassland recovering from long-term exposure to industrial emissions
M Wagner, W Heinrich, G Jetschke
Acta Oecologica 30 (3), 342-352, 2006
242006
Can the addition of a shade-tolerant under-canopy layer allow designed herbaceous vegetation to be flower rich and resistant to weed colonisation?
J Hitchmough, M Wagner, H Ahmad
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 2017
21*2017
Grassland management influences spatial patterns of soil microbial communities
EJ Sayer, M Wagner, AE Oliver, RF Pywell, P James, AS Whiteley, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2013
202013
The roles of seed dispersal ability and seedling salt tolerance in community assembly of a severely degraded site
M Wagner
Assembly rules and restoration ecology—bridging the gap between theory and …, 2004
172004
On the use of fungicides in ecological seed burial studies
N Mitschunas, J Filser, M Wagner
Seed Science Research 19 (1), 51-60, 2009
122009
The dynamics of designed plant communities of rosette forming forbs for use in supra-urban drainage swales
J Hitchmough, M Wagner
Landscape and Urban Planning 117, 122-134, 2013
102013
Creation of micro‐topographic features: a new tool for introducing specialist species of calcareous grassland to restored sites?
M Wagner, JM Bullock, L Hulmes, S Hulmes, J Peyton, SR Amy, J Savage, ...
Applied Vegetation Science 19 (1), 89-100, 2016
92016
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