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Testing soil nematode extraction efficiency using different variations of the Baermann-funnel method
S Cesarz, AE Schulz, R Beugnon, N Eisenhauer
Soil organisms 91 (2), 61, 2019
Tree diversity and soil chemical properties drive the linkages between soil microbial community and ecosystem functioning
R Beugnon, J Du, S Cesarz, SD Jurburg, Z Pang, B Singavarapu, T Wubet, ...
ISME Communications 1 (1), 41, 2021
Global data on earthworm abundance, biomass, diversity and corresponding environmental properties
HRP Phillips, EM Bach, MLC Bartz, JM Bennett, R Beugnon, MJI Briones, ...
Scientific data 8 (1), 136, 2021
Tree mycorrhizal type and tree diversity shape the forest soil microbiota
B Singavarapu, R Beugnon, H Bruelheide, S Cesarz, J Du, N Eisenhauer, ...
Environmental Microbiology 24 (9), 4236-4255, 2022
Plant functional trait identity and diversity effects on soil meso-and macrofauna in an experimental grassland
R Beugnon, K Steinauer, AD Barnes, A Ebeling, C Roscher, ...
Advances in ecological research 61, 163-184, 2019
Frontiers in soil ecology—Insights from the World Biodiversity Forum 2022
N Eisenhauer, SF Bender, I Calderón‐Sanou, FT de Vries, JJ Lembrechts, ...
Journal of Sustainable Agriculture and Environment 1 (4), 245-261, 2022
Abiotic and biotic drivers of tree trait effects on soil microbial biomass and soil carbon concentration
R Beugnon, W Bu, H Bruelheide, A Davrinche, J Du, S Haider, M Kunz, ...
Ecological monographs 93 (2), e1563, 2023
Diverse forests are cool: Promoting diverse forests to mitigate carbon emissions and climate change
R Beugnon, E Ladouceur, M Sünnemann, S Cesarz, N Eisenhauer
Journal of Sustainable Agriculture and Environment 1 (1), 5-8, 2022
Do invasive earthworms affect the functional traits of native plants?
L Thouvenot, O Ferlian, R Beugnon, T Künne, A Lochner, MP Thakur, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 12, 2021
Functional Potential of Soil Microbial Communities and Their Subcommunities Varies with Tree Mycorrhizal Type and Tree Diversity
B Singavarapu, J Du, R Beugnon, S Cesarz, N Eisenhauer, K Xue, ...
Microbiology Spectrum 11 (2), e04578-22, 2023
Combining two genetic sexing strains allows sorting of non-transgenic males for Aedes genetic control
C Lutrat, M Burckbuchler, RP Olmo, R Beugnon, A Fontaine, OS Akbari, ...
Communications Biology 6 (1), 646, 2023
Tree diversity effects on litter decomposition are mediated by litterfall and microbial processes
R Beugnon, N Eisenhauer, H Bruelheide, A Davrinche, J Du, S Haider, ...
Oikos 2023 (10), e09751, 2023
The heterogeneity–diversity–system performance nexus
N Eisenhauer, G Angst, AEB Asato, R Beugnon, E Bönisch, S Cesarz, ...
National Science Review, nwad109, 2023
Tree diversity increases productivity through enhancing structural complexity across mycorrhizal types
T Ray, BM Delory, R Beugnon, H Bruelheide, S Cesarz, N Eisenhauer, ...
Science Advances 9 (40), eadi2362, 2023
From trees to soil: microbial and spatial mediation of tree diversity effects on carbon cycling in subtropical Chinese forests
R Beugnon
Climate change and cropland management compromise soil integrity and multifunctionality
M Sünnemann, R Beugnon, C Breitkreuz, F Buscot, S Cesarz, A Jones, ...
Communications Earth & Environment 4 (1), 394, 2023
Improving forest ecosystem functions by optimizing tree species spatial arrangement
R Beugnon, G Albert, G Hähn, S Haider, S Hättenschwiler, A Davrinche, ...
bioRxiv, 2023.10. 23.563583, 2023
Tree diversity increases forest temperature buffering
F Schnabel, R Beugnon, B Yang, R Richter, N Eisenhauer, Y Huang, ...
bioRxiv, 2023.09. 11.556807, 2023
COVID-19 alters human microbiomes: a meta-analysis
RC Reuben, R Beugnon, SD Jurburg
Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology 13, 2023
Microclimate, an inseparable part of ecology and biogeography
J Kemppinen, JJ Lembrechts, K Van Meerbeek, J Carnicer, NI Chardon, ...
Zenodo, 2023
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