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  1. Diversity of butterfly communities decreases with increasing land use intensity but their associated trophic interactions can be positively or negatively influenced with increasing land use intensity and management.
  2. Endophytic fungi of the genus Neotyphodium in grass species will be affected by increasing land use intensity and management.
  3. The relative importance of bottom-up vs. top-down forces of phytophagous butterfly larvae changes along a land use gradient.

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Auswrikungen der Landnutzungsintensität in Grünländern auf Diversität
Börschig C. (2012): Effects of land-use intensity in grasslands on diversity, life-history traits and multitrophic interactions. Dissertation, University Goettingen
More information:  ediss.uni-goettingen.de
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Auswirkungen von Grünland-Management, endophytischen Pilzen und Räubern auf die Häufigkeit von Blattläusen
Börschig C., Klein A. M., Krauss J. (2014): Effects of grassland management, endophytic fungi and predators on aphid abundance in two distinct regions. Journal of Plant Ecology 7 (5), 490-498. doi:10.1093/jpe/rtt047
More information:  doi.org
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Tagfaltergemeinschaften werden mit zunehmender Landnutzungsintensität im Grünland von Generalisten dominiert
Börschig C., Klein A. M., von Wehrden H., Krauss J.(2013): Traits of butterfly communities change from specialist to generalist characteristics with increasing land-use intensity. Basic and Applied Ecology 14 (7), 547–554. doi: 10.1016/j.baae.2013.09.002
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Klein A.-M. (2011): Plant–pollinator interactions in changing environments. Basic and Applied Ecology 12 (4), 279–281. doi: 10.1016/j.baae.2011.04.006
More information:  doi.org

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Prof. Dr. Alexandra-Maria Klein
Project manager
Prof. Dr. Alexandra-Maria Klein
Prof. Dr. Jochen Krauß
Project manager
Prof. Dr. Jochen Krauß
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