|A global synthesis reveals biodiversity-mediated benefits for crop production|
M Dainese, EA Martin, MA Aizen, M Albrecht, I Bartomeus, R Bommarco, ...
Science advances 5 (10), eaax0121, 2019
|Soil biodiversity and DNA barcodes: opportunities and challenges|
A Orgiazzi, MB Dunbar, P Panagos, GA de Groot, P Lemanceau
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 80, 244-250, 2015
|Use of rbcL and trnL-F as a two-locus DNA barcode for identification of NW-European ferns: an ecological perspective|
GA De Groot, HJ During, JW Maas, H Schneider, JC Vogel, RHJ Erkens
PLoS one 6 (1), e16371, 2011
|Not all are free‐living: High‐throughput DNA metabarcoding reveals a diverse community of protists parasitizing soil metazoa|
S Geisen, I Laros, A Vizcaíno, M Bonkowski, GA De Groot
Molecular Ecology 24 (17), 4556-4569, 2015
|Inter-and intraspecific variation in fern mating systems after long-distance colonization: the importance of selfing|
GA de Groot, B Verduyn, ERJ Wubs, RHJ Erkens, HJ During
BMC Plant Biology 12 (1), 3, 2012
|Combined effects of agrochemicals and ecosystem services on crop yield across Europe|
V Gagic, D Kleijn, A Báldi, G Boros, HB Jřrgensen, Z Elek, MPD Garratt, ...
Ecology Letters 20 (11), 1427-1436, 2017
|Mixed mating system in the fern Asplenium scolopendrium: implications for colonization potential|
ERJ Wubs, GA de Groot, HJ During, JC Vogel, M Grundmann, P Bremer, ...
Annals of Botany 106 (4), 583-590, 2010
|Decades of population genetic research reveal the need for harmonization of molecular markers: the grey wolf Canis lupus as a case study|
GA De Groot, C Nowak, T Skrbinšek, LW Andersen, J Aspi, L Fumagalli, ...
Mammal Review 46 (1), 44-59, 2016
|Diverse spore rains and limited local exchange shape fern genetic diversity in a recently created habitat colonized by long-distance dispersal|
GA De Groot, HJ During, SW Ansell, H Schneider, P Bremer, ERJ Wubs, ...
Annals of Botany 109 (5), 965-978, 2012
|Wood ash application increases pH but does not harm the soil mesofauna|
J Qin, MF Hovmand, F Ekelund, R Rřnn, S Christensen, GA de Groot, ...
Environmental pollution 224, 581-589, 2017
|Directed dispersal by an abiotic vector: wetland plants disperse their seeds selectively to suitable sites along the hydrological gradient via water|
MB Soons, GA de Groot, MT Cuesta Ramirez, RGA Fraaije, ...
Functional Ecology 31 (2), 499-508, 2017
|A methodological framework to embrace soil biodiversity|
S Geisen, MJI Briones, H Gan, VM Behan-Pelletier, VP Friman, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 136, 107536, 2019
|Developing forensic tools for an African timber: Regional origin is revealed by genetic characteristics, but not by isotopic signature|
M Vlam, GA de Groot, A Boom, P Copini, I Laros, K Veldhuijzen, ...
Biological Conservation 220, 262-271, 2018
|Going against the flow: a case for upstream dispersal and detection of uncommon dispersal events|
ERJ Wubs, RGA Fraaije, GA de Groot, RHJ Erkens, AG Garssen, ...
Freshwater Biology 61 (5), 580-595, 2016
|The need for standardisation: Exemplified by a description of the diversity, community structure and ecological indices of soil nematodes|
BS Griffiths, GA de Groot, I Laros, D Stone, S Geisen
Ecological indicators 87, 43-46, 2018
|Hidden dispersal in an urban world: genetic analysis reveals occasional long-distance dispersal and limited spatial substructure among Dutch pine martens|
GA De Groot, TR Hofmeester, M La Haye, HAH Jansman, M Perez-Haro, ...
Conservation Genetics 17 (1), 111-123, 2016
|Landscape-scale forest cover increases the abundance of Drosophila suzukii and parasitoid wasps|
E Haro-Barchin, J Scheper, C Ganuza, GA De Groot, F Colombari, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 31, 33-43, 2018
|Genetic variability of central–western European pine marten (Martes martes) populations|
C Pertoldi, K Elschot, A Ruiz-Gonzalez, L van de Zande, A Zalewski, ...
Acta theriologica 59 (4), 503-510, 2014
|Variation in ploidy level and phenology can result in large and unexpected differences in demography and climatic sensitivity between closely related ferns|
GA de Groot, PA Zuidema, H de Groot, HJ During
American Journal of Botany 99 (8), 1375-1387, 2012
|Biomass and diversity of soil mite functional groups respond to extensification of land management, potentially affecting soil ecosystem services|
GA de Groot, GAJM Jagers op Akkerhuis, WJ Dimmers, X Charrier, ...
Frontiers in Environmental Science 4, 15, 2016