Andreas Prinzing
Andreas Prinzing
Professor of Ecology, Univ. Rennes 1, France
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TRY–a global database of plant traits
J Kattge, S Diaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, G Bönisch, E Garnier, ...
Global change biology 17 (9), 2905-2935, 2011
18102011
The niche of higher plants: evidence for phylogenetic conservatism
A Prinzing, W Durka, S Klotz, R Brandl
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
4292001
Ecophylogenetics: advances and perspectives
N Mouquet, V Devictor, CN Meynard, F Munoz, LF Bersier, J Chave, ...
Biological reviews 87 (4), 769-785, 2012
3392012
Phylogenetic patterns are not proxies of community assembly mechanisms (they are far better)
P Gerhold, JF Cahill, M Winter, IV Bartish, A Prinzing
Functional Ecology 29 (5), 600-614, 2015
2982015
Are specialists at risk under environmental change? Neoecological, paleoecological and phylogenetic approaches
A Colles, LH Liow, A Prinzing
Ecology Letters 12 (8), 849-863, 2009
2532009
Dispersal failure contributes to plant losses in NW Europe
WA Ozinga, C Römermann, RM Bekker, A Prinzing, WLM Tamis, ...
Ecology letters 12 (1), 66-74, 2009
2482009
Which species become aliens?
A Prinzing, W Durka, S Klotz, R Brandl
Evolutionary Ecology Research 4 (3), 385-405, 2002
1742002
Less lineages–more trait variation: phylogenetically clustered plant communities are functionally more diverse
A Prinzing, R Reiffers, WG Braakhekke, SM Hennekens, O Tackenberg, ...
Ecology Letters 11 (8), 809-819, 2008
1542008
Phylogenetically poor plant communities receive more alien species, which more easily coexist with natives
P Gerhold, M Pärtel, O Tackenberg, SM Hennekens, I Bartish, ...
The American Naturalist 177 (5), 668-680, 2011
662011
Dietary niche breadth for Central European birds: correlations with species-specific traits
M Brändle, A Prinzing, R Pfeifer, R Brandl
Evolutionary Ecology Research 4 (5), 643-657, 2002
642002
Phytophagy on phylogenetically isolated trees: why hosts should escape their relatives
B Yguel, R Bailey, ND Tosh, A Vialatte, C Vasseur, X Vitrac, F Jean, ...
Ecology Letters 14 (11), 1117-1124, 2011
622011
Native fauna on exotic trees: phylogenetic conservatism and geographic contingency in two lineages of phytophages on two lineages of trees
MM Goßner, A Chao, RI Bailey, A Prinzing
The American Naturalist 173 (5), 599-614, 2009
592009
Assessing the relative importance of dispersal in plant communities using an ecoinformatics approach
WA Ozinga, SM Hennekens, JHJ Schaminée, RM Bekker, A Prinzing, ...
Folia Geobotanica 40 (1), 53-67, 2005
502005
Corticolous arthropods under climatic fluctuations: compensation is more important than migration
A Prinzing
Ecography 28 (1), 17-28, 2005
452005
Geographic variability of ecological niches of plant species: are competition and stress relevant?
A Prinzing, W Durka, S Klotz, R Brandl
Ecography 25 (6), 721-729, 2002
442002
TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global change biology, 2020
422020
Ecological theory meets soil ecotoxicology: challenge and chance
J Filser, H Koehler, A Ruf, J Römbke, A Prinzing, M Schaefer
Basic and applied ecology 9 (4), 346-355, 2008
422008
Use of shifting microclimatic mosaics by arthropods on exposed tree trunks
AJ Prinzing
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 94 (2), 210-218, 2001
412001
The epiphytic lichen, Evernia prunastri L., as a habitat for arthropods: shelter from desiccation, food-limitation and indirect mutualism
A Prinzing
Canopy arthropods, 477-494, 1997
391997
The trade‐off between vegetative and generative reproduction among angiosperms influences regional hydrochorous propagule pressure
G Boedeltje, WA Ozinga, A Prinzing
Global Ecology and Biogeography 17 (1), 50-58, 2008
352008
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