Greg Planchuelo
Greg Planchuelo
Institute of Ecology, Technische Universitšt Berlin
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Gone with the wind and the stream: Dispersal in the invasive species Ailanthus altissima
G Planchuelo, P CatalŠn, JA Delgado
Acta Oecologica 73, 31-37, 2016
152016
Untangling the role of urban ecosystems as habitats for endangered plant species
G Planchuelo, M von der Lippe, I Kowarik
Landscape and Urban Planning 189, 320-334, 2019
92019
Emerging urban forests: Opportunities for promoting the wild side of the urban green infrastructure
I Kowarik, A Hiller, G Planchuelo, B Seitz, M von der Lippe, S Buchholz
Sustainability 11 (22), 6318, 2019
52019
Estimating wind dispersal potential in Ailanthus altissima: The need to consider the three-dimensional structure of samaras
G Planchuelo, P CatalŠn, JA Delgado, A Murciano
Plant Biosystems-An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant†…, 2017
32017
Endangered plants in novel urban ecosystems are filtered by strategy type and dispersal syndrome, not by spatial dependence on natural remnants
G Planchuelo, I Kowarik, M von der Lippe
12020
Data on samara morphology and wind dispersal in the invasive tree Ailanthus altissima
G Planchuelo, P CatalŠn, JA Delgado, A Murciano
Data in brief 26, 104521, 2019
2019
Plant traits, biotopes and urbanization dynamics explain the survival of endangered urban plant populations
G Planchuelo, I Kowarik, M von der Lippe
Journal of Applied Ecology, 0
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