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RecovFun (Contributing project)
#Plants  #Soil Ecology  #Plants  #REX/LUX  #BEF  #2023 – 2026  #Soil microorganisms […]
Picture: The diagram shows the relationship of the elements biodiversity, land use and ecosystem function. The three elements are symbolized as circles and placed in the form of a triangle. The upper center circle represents biodiversity and contains colored picture symbols for different plants. The lower left circle represents land use. Within the circle are the terms mowing, grazing, fertilization and soil texture. The lower right circle represents ecosystem function. Within the circle are the terms biomass production and standing biomass. From the circle for land use an arrow goes to the circle for biodiversity and to the circle for ecosystem function. From the circle for biodiversity an arrow goes to the circle for ecosystem function and from there an arrow goes back to the circle for biodiversity.
BEF-Loops (Contributing project)
#Ecosystem function of biodiversity  #BEF  #REX/LUX  #2020 – 2023  #Species biodiversity […]
Picture: The photo shows a sunlit winter forest with a large area of flowering wood anemones stretching across the ground.
ForGenDiv (Contributing project)
#Forest & Deadwood  #Remote Sensing, Lanscape and Modelling  #2023 – 2026  #2020 – 2023  #Species biodiversity […]
Picture: The photo shows an area of the science garden of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main on a sunny day. Plants are parked in the area shown. The area is surrounded by a scaffolding about two to three metres high, on which there are foils that can be pulled over the parking areas to protect them from the sun and precipitation. In the background, tall growing plants in large flower pots can be seen. In the foreground is a rectangular area several metres long between two paths on the left and right of the picture. The ground is covered with a black foil. On top of the foil are a large number of so-called "multi-trays", which are rectangular black tray-like collection containers with recesses for holding 54 plants each in 6 by 9 rows. The containers are visually very reminiscent of baking tins for muffins. All containers are filled and contain the five thousand three hundred and eighty-eight plants collected in the "Herbadapt" project. In each well of the multitrays, there is a labelled coloured strip in red, orange, blue or purple in the soil to identify the plant.
HerbAdapt (Contributing project)
#Plants  #2020 – 2023  #Forest […]
Picture: The photo shows a pollen-laden Earth Bumblebee, Latin Bombus terrestris, flying into an orange-red poppy flower hanging downwards. There are drops of water on the leaves of the flower. Green ears of grain can be seen in the background.
MacroBEEs (Contributing project)
#Animals  #Biotic Interaction  #2020 – 2023  #Species biodiversity […]
Picture: The photo shows the cross-section of the stem of a specimen of ribwort plantain, Latin Plantago lanceolata, which appears blue due to polarized light, against a black background.
ForbAge (Contributing project)
#Plants  #2020 – 2023  #2017 – 2020  #Traits […]
Picture: The screenshot shows the image analysis of a root system with the program Winrhizo
RootFun (Contributing project)
#Plants  #2020 – 2023  #2017 – 2020  #Species biodiversity […]