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Alpermann, T.J., Beszteri, B., John, U., Tillmann, U. & A.D. Cembella (2009): Implications of life-history transitions on the population genetic structure of the toxigenic marine dinoflagellate Alexandrium tamarense. - Molecular Ecology 18: 2122–2133. A
Bispo, A., Cluzeau, D., Creamer, R., Dombos, M., Graefe, U., Krogh, P.H., Sousa, J.P., Peres, G., Rutgers, M., Winding, A. & J. Römbke (2009): Indicators for monitoring soil biodiversity. - Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 5(4): 717-719. C j-roembke@ect.de
Bollmann, J., Herrle, J.O., Cortez, M. & S.R. Fielding (2009): The effect of sea water salinity on the morphology of Emiliania huxleyi in plankton and sediment samples. - Earth and Planetary Science Letters 284, 320-328. A jens.herrle@em.uni-frankfurt.de
Brede, N., Sandrock, C., Straile, D., Spaak, P., Jankowski, T., Streit B. & K. Schwenk (2009): The impact of human-made ecological changes on the genetic architecture of Daphnia species. - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. (PNAS) 106: 4758-4763. C schwenk@uni-landau.de;streit@bio.uni-frankfurt.de
Brüggemann, W., Bergmann, M., Nierbauer, K.-U., Pflug, E., Schmidt, C. & D. Weber (2009): Photosynthesis studies on European evergreen and deciduous oaks grown under Central European climate conditions: II. Photoinhibitory and light-independent violaxanthin deepoxidation and downregulation of photosystem II in evergreen, winter-acclimated European Quercus taxa. - Trees 23, 1091-1100. C W.Brueggemann@bio.uni-frankfurt.de
Casanova, S. & B. Ahrens (2009): On the Weighting of Multimodel Ensembles in Seasonal and Short-Range Weather Forecasting. - Monthly Weather Review 137(11): 3811-3822. E bodo.ahrens@iau.uni-frankfurt.de
Castoe, T. A., Daza, J. M., Smith, E. N., Sasa, M., Kuch, U., Campbell, J. A., Chippindale, P. T. & C. L. Parkinson (2009): Comparative phylogeography of pitvipers suggests a consensus of ancient Middle American highland biogeography. - Journal of Biogeography 36 (1), 88–103. B ukuch@senckenberg.de
Cordellier, M. & M. Pfenninger (2009): Inferring the past to predict the future: climate modelling predictions and phylogeography for the freshwater gastropod Radix balthica (Pulmonata, Basommatophora). - Molecular Ecology, 18, 534-544. C Pfenninger@bio.uni-frankfurt.de
Depraz, A., Hausser, J. & M. Pfenninger (2009): A species delimitation approach in the Trochulus sericeus/hispidus complex reveals two cryptic species within a sharp contact zone. - BMC Evolutionary Biology 2009, 9:171. A Pfenninger@bio.uni-frankfurt.de
Dinapoli, A. & A. Klussmann-Kolb (2009): The long way to diversity – Phylogeny and evolution of the Heterobranchia (Mollusca: Gastropoda). - Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 55: 60–76. A
Dormoy, I., Peyron, O., Combourieu Nebout, N., Goring, S., Kotthoff, U., Magny, M. & J. Pross (2009): Terrestrial climate variability and seasonality changes in the Mediterranean region between 15 000 and 4000 years BP deduced from marine pollen records. - Climate of the Past 5: 615-632. A Download publication, PDF 2 MB
Dorow W.H.O., le Mellec, A. & U. Scheibler (2009): Future forest - can Mediterranean tree species be habitats for indigenous Central European insects? - Book of abstract, Tagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für allgemeine und angewandte Entomologie(DGaaE), Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, S. 237. C wdorow@senckenberg.de
Eronen, J.T., Mirzaie, M., Karme, A., Micheels, A., Bernor, R.L. & M. Fortelius (2009): Distribution history and climatic controls of the Late Miocene Pikermian chronofauna - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106(29), 11867-11871. E
Feld, C.K., Martins da Silva, P., Sousa, J.P., De Bello, F., Bugter, R., Grandin, U., Hering, D., Lavorel, S., Mountford, O., Pardo, I., Pärtel, M., Römbke, J., Sandin, L., Jones, B. & P. Harrison (2009): Indicators of biodiversity and ecosystem services: a synthesis across ecosystems and spatial scales. - Oikos 118: 1862-1871. C j-roembke@ect.de
Fielding, S.R., Herrle, J.O., Bollmann, J., Worden, R.H. & D.J.S. Montagnes (2009): Assessing the applicability of Emiliania huxleyi coccolith morphometry as a sea surface salinity proxy. - Limnology and Oceanography 54, 1475-1480. A jens.herrle@em.uni-frankfurt.de
Gardi, C., Montanarella, L., Arrouays, D., Bispo, A., Lemonceau, P., Jolivet, C., Mulder, C., Ranjard, L., Römbke, J., Rutgers, M. & C. Menta (2009): Soil biodiversity monitoring in Europe: ongoing activities and challenges. - European Journal of Soil Biology 60, 807-819. C Download publication, PDF 702 KB
Gerlach, A., Voigtländer, K. & C.M. Heidger (2009): Influences of the behaviour of epigeic arthropods (Diplopoda, Chilopoda, Carabidae) on the efficiency of pitfall trapping. - Soil Organisms 81(3): 773–790. C Download publication, PDF 430 KB
Gischler, E. & A. Möder (2009): Modern benthic foraminifera on Banco Chinchorro, Quintana Roo, Mexico. - Facies 55: 27-35. A gischler@em.uni-frankfurt.de
Gischler, E. & D. Storz (2009): High-resolution windows into Holocene climate using proxy data from Belize corals (Central America). - Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 89: 211–221. A gischler@em.uni-frankfurt.de
Gischler, E., Hudson, J.H. & D. Storz (2009): Growth of Pleistocene massive corals in south Florida: low skeletal extension-rates and possible ENSO, decadal, and multi-decadal cyclicities. - Coral Reefs 28:823–830. A gischler@em.uni-frankfurt.de
Graf, W., Waringer, J. & S.U. Pauls (2009): A new feeding group within larval Drusinae (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae): the Drusus alpinus Group sensu Schmid, 1956, including larval descriptions of Drusus franzi Schmid, 1956, and Drusus alpinus (Meyer-Dür, 1875). - Zootaxa 2031: 53–62.  A steffen.pauls@senckenberg.de;pauls497@umn.edu
Gregor, T. (2009): The distribution of Galeopsis ladanum in Germany based on an analysis of herbarium material is smaller than that indicated in plant atlases - Preslia 81: 377-386. E tgregor@senckenberg.de
Gregor, T., Poncet, V. & J.-M. Tison (2009): (1891) Proposal to conserve the name Potentilla inclinata against P. assurgens (Rosaceae).Taxon 58 (2): 651-652. E tgregor@senckenberg.de
Grosskinsky, S., Schott, M., Brenner, C., Cutler, S.J., Kraiczy, P., Zipfel, P.F., Simon, M.M. & R. Wallich (2009): Borrelia recurrentis employs a novel multifunctional surface protein with anticomplement, anti-opsonic and invasive potential to escape innate immunity. - PLoS ONE 4: e4858. B kraiczy@em.uni-frankfurt.de
Huck, S., Büdel, B., Kadereit, J.W. & C. Printzen (2009): Range-wide phylogeography of the European temperate-montane herbaceous plant Meum athamanticum Jacq.: evidence for periglacial persistence - Journal of Biogeography 36, 1588-1599. B christian.printzen@senckenberg.de
Huck, S., Büdel, B., Kadereit, J.W. & C. Printzen (2009): Range-wide phylogeography of the European temperate-montane herbaceous plant Meum athamanticum Jacq.: evidence for periglacial persistence - Journal of Biogeography 36, 1588-1599. D christian.printzen@senckenberg.de
Jähnig, S.C., Brunzel, S., Gacek, S., Lorenz, A.W. & D. Hering (2009): Effects of re-braiding measures on hydromorphology, floodplain vegetation, ground beetles and benthic invertebrates in mountain rivers. - Journal of Applied Ecology 46(2): 406–416. B sonja.jaehnig@senckenberg.de
Jähnig, S.C., Lorenz, A.W. & D. Hering (2009): Restoration effort, habitat mosaics, and macroinvertebrates - does channel form determine community composition? - Aquatic Conservation: Mar. Freshw. Ecosyst. 19(2): 157–169. B sonja.jaehnig@senckenberg.de
Jansen, M., Schulze, A., Werding, L. & B. Streit (2009): Effects of extreme drought in the dry season on an anuran community in the Bolivian Chiquitano region. - Salamandra 45: 233-238. C streit@bio.uni-frankfurt.de
Kail, J., Jähnig, S.C. & D. Hering (2009): Relation between floodplain land use and river hydromorphology on different spatial scales - a case study from two lower-mountain catchments in Germany. - Fundamental and Applied Limnology (Archiv für Hydrobiologie) 174/1: 63–73. B sonja.jaehnig@senckenberg.de
Knapp, S., Kühn, I., Bakker, J., Kleyer, M., Klotz, S., Ozinga, W., Poschlod, P., Thompson, K., Thuiller, W. & C., Römermann (2009): Landsman or urbanite - how species traits and affinity to urban land-use control plant species frequency. - Diversity and Distributions 15, 533-546. E Christine.Roemermann@biologie.uni-regensburg.de
König, K., Schmidt, M. & J. Müller (2009): Modelling species distributions with high resolution remote sensing data to delineate patterns of plant diversity in the Sahel zone of Burkina Faso. - In: Recent Advances in Remote Sensing and Geoinformation Processing for Land Degradation Assessment. Röder, A., Hill. J, (eds.), ISPRS Series, Taylor and Francis, London, pp. 199-210 E marco.schmidt@senckenberg.de
Krupp, F., Zajonz, U. & M.A. Khalaf: A new species of the deepwater cardinalfish genus Epigonus (Perciformes: Epigonidae) from the Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea. - aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology 15 (4): 223-227. A Download publication, PDF 126 KB
Krupp, F. & K. Budd: A new species of the genus Garra (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) from Oman. - Aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology 15(2): 117-120. B Download publication, PDF 140 KB
Krupp, F., Al-Jumaily, M., Bariche, M., Khalaf, M., Malek, M. & B. Streit (2009): The Middle Eastern Biodiversity Network: Generating and sharing knowledge for ecosystem management and conservation. - ZooKeys 31: 3-15. B Download publication, PDF 3 MB
Krupp, F., Musselman, L.J., Kotb, M.M.A. & I. Weidig: The effects of climate change on biodiversity: Pressing issues and research priorities. - BioRisk 3: 1–4. A Download publication, PDF 1 MB
Krutschinna, J. & B. Streit (2009): The biodiversity network BioFrankfurt: An innovative strategic approach for integrative research, conservation, and education. - BioRisk 3: 21-26. C streit@bio.uni-frankfurt.de
le Mellec, A., Habermann, M. & B. Michalzik (2009): Canopy herbivory altering C to N ratios and soil input patterns of different organic matter fractions in a Scots pine forest. - Plant and Soil 325: 255–262. C
Lorenz, A., Jähnig, S. & D. Hering (2009): Re-Meandering German Lowland Streams: Qualitative and Quantitative Effects of Restoration Measures on Hydromorphology and Macroinvertebrates. - Environmental Management 44:745–754. B sonja.jaehnig@senckenberg.de
Marin, I. & M. Türkay (2009): Redescription of Periclimenes brockii (De Man, 1888) (Decapoda: Caridea: Pontoniinae) and other De Man’s type specimens deposited in the collection of the Senckenberg Natural History Museum (SMF), Frankfurt-at-Maine, Germany. - Zootaxa 2296: 39–46. A michael.tuerkay@senckenberg.de
Micheels, A., Bruch, A. & V. Mosbrugger (2009): Miocene climate modelling sensitivity experiments for different CO2 concentrations. - Palaeontologia Electronica, 12(2), 6A, 20 p. E vmosbrugger@senckenberg.de
Micheels, A., Eronen, J. & V. Mosbrugger (2009): The Late Miocene climate response to a modern Sahara desert. - Global and Planetary Change 67: 193-204. E vmosbrugger@senckenberg.de
Muellner, A.N., Pannell, C.M. & H. Greger (2009): Genetic diversity and geographic structure in Aglaia elaeagnoidea (Meliaceae, Sapindales), a morphologically complex tree species, near the two extremes of its distribution. Blumea 54: 207-216. A muellner-riehl@uni-leipzig.de
Muellner, A.N., Pennington, T.D. & M. Chase (2009): Molecular phylogenetics of Neotropical Cedreleae (mahogany family, Meliaceae) based on nuclear and plastid DNA sequences reveal multiple origins of “Cedrela odorata”. - Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 52: 461-469. A muellner-riehl@uni-leipzig.de
Müller, R., Laepple, T., Bartsch, I. & C. Wiencke (2009): Impact of oceanic warming on the distribution of seaweeds in polar and cold-temperate waters. - Botanica Marina, Special Issue Polar Benthic Algae 52: 617-638. C RuthMueller@bio.uni-frankfurt.de
Naderloo, R. & M.Türkay (2009): A new species of the genus Nanosesarma (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura: Sesarmidae), and redescription of Nanosesarma jousseaumei (Nobili, 1906), including new records from the Persian Gulf. - Journal of Natural History 43: 2911–2923. A michael.tuerkay@senckenberg.de
Neumann, H., Ehrich, S. & I. Kröncke (2009): Variability of epifauna and temperature in the northern North Sea. - Marine Biology 156: 1817-1826. B ingrid.kroencke@senckenberg.de;hneumann@senckenberg.de
Neumann, H., Reiss, H., Rakers, S., Ehrich, S. & I. Kröncke (2009): Temporal variability of southern North Sea epifauna communities after the cold winter 1995/1996. - ICES Journal of Marine Science, 66: 2233-2243. B Download publication, PDF 431 KB
Nowak, C., Vogt, C., Pfenninger, M., Schwenk, K., Oehlmann, J., Streit, B. & M. Oetken (2009): Rapid genetic erosion in pollutant-exposed experimental chironomid populations. - Environmental Pollution 157, 881-886. C Carsten.Nowak@senckenberg.de;Pfenninger@bio.uni-frankfurt.de;Oehlmann@bio.uni-frankfurt.de;schwenk@uni-landau.de;streit@bio.uni-frankfurt.de;oetken@bio.uni-frankfurt.de
Oetken, M., Jagodzinski, L.S., Vogt, C., Jochum, A. & J. Oehlmann: Combined effects of chemical and temperature stress on Chironomus riparius populations with differing genetic variability. - Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A (2009) 44, 955–962. B Download publication, PDF 269 KB
Oschmann, W. (2009): Sclerochronology: editorial. - International Journal of Earth Sciences 98: 1-2. A oschmann@em.uni-frankfurt.de
Öster, M., Ask, K., Römermann, C., Tackenberg, O. & O. Eriksson (2009): Plant colonization of ex-arable fields from adjacent species-rich grasslands: The importance of dispersal vs. recruitment ability. - Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 130: 93–99. E Tackenberg@bio.uni-frankfurt.de
Ozinga, W.A., Römermann, C., Bekker, R.M., Prinzing, A., Tamis, W.L.M., Schaminée, J.H.J., Hennekens, S.M., Thompson, K., Poschlod, P., M. Kleyer, M., Bakker, J.P. & J.M. van Groenendael (2009): Dispersal failure contributes to plant losses in NW Europe. - Ecology Letters 12: 66-74. E Christine.Roemermann@biologie.uni-regensburg.de
Pälike, H., Nishi, H., Lyle, M., Raffi, I., Klaus, A., Gamage, K., and the Expedition 320/321 Scientists (including J.O. Herrle) (2009): Pacific Equatorial Transect. - IODP Preliminary Report, 320. doi:10.2204/iodp.pr.320.2009.
A jens.herrle@em.uni-frankfurt.de
Pauls, S.U., Theissinger, K., Ujvarosi, L., Balint, M. & P. Haase (2009): Patterns of population structure in two closely related, partially sympatric caddisflies in Eastern Europe: historic introgression, limited dispersal, and cryptic diversity. - Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28(3):517–536.  B peter.haase@senckenberg.de;steffen.pauls@senckenberg.de;pauls497@umn.edu
Petrusek, A., Tollrian, R., Schwenk, K., A. Haas, A. & C. Laforsch (2009): A “Crown of thorns” protects Daphnia against an ancient predator: an exceptional inducible defense discovered by phylogenetic analysis. - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. (PNAS) 106: 2248-2252. C schwenk@uni-landau.de
Printzen, C. (2009): Uncharted terrain: The phylogeography of arctic and boreal lichens. - Plant Ecology and Diversity 1: 265-271. B christian.printzen@senckenberg.de
Printzen, C. (2009): Uncharted terrain: The phylogeography of arctic and boreal lichens. - Plant Ecology and Diversity 1: 265-271. D christian.printzen@senckenberg.de
Pross, J., Kotthoff, U., Müller, U.C., Peyron, O., Dormoy, I., Schmiedl, G., Kalaitzidis, S. & A. Smith (2009): Massive perturbation in terrestrial ecosystems of the Eastern Mediterranean region associated with the 8.2 ka climatic event. - Geology 37(10): 887-890. A Download publication, PDF 713 KB
Rex, M., Schulte, K., Zizka, G., Peters, J., Vásquez, R., Ibisch, P.L. & K. Weising (2009): Phylogenetic analysis of Fosterella L.B. Sm. (Pitcairnioideae, Bromeliaceae) based on four chloroplast DNA regions. - Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 51: 472–485. A georg.zizka@senckenberg.de;Katharina.Schulte@senckenberg.de
Römermann, C., Bernhardt-Römermann, M., Kleyer, M. & P. Poschlod (2009): Substitutes for grazing in semi-natural grasslands- represent mowing or mulching valuable alternatives to maintain vegetation dynamics? - Journal of Vegetation Science 20: 1086-1098. E Christine.Roemermann@biologie.uni-regensburg.de
Salinger, M. & M. Pfenninger (2009): Highly polymorphic microsatellite markers for Radix balthica (Linnaeus 1758). - Molecular Ecology Ressources 9, 1152-1155. D Pfenninger@bio.uni-frankfurt.de
Scheiter, S. & S. I. Higgins (2009): Impacts of climate change on the vegetation of Africa: an adaptive dynamic vegetation modelling approach (aDGVM). - Global Change Biology 15, 2224–2246. E scheiter@em.uni-frankfurt.de
Schulte, K., Barfuss, M. H. J. & G. Zizka (2009): Phylogeny of Bromelioideae (Bromeliaceae) inferred from nuclear and plastid DNA loci reveals the evolution of the tank habit within the subfamily. - Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 51: 327-339. A georg.zizka@senckenberg.de;Katharina.Schulte@senckenberg.de
Thielsch, A., Brede, N. , Petrusek, A., De Meester, L. & K. Schwenk (2009): Contribution of cyclic parthenogenesis and colonization history of populations to population structure in Daphnia. - Molecular Ecology 18: 1616–1628. C schwenk@uni-landau.de
Tillmann, U., Alpermann, T.J., da Purificação, R.C., Krock, B. & A.D. Cembella (2009): Intra-population clonal variability in allelochemical potency of the toxigenic dinoflagellate Alexandrium tamarense. - Harmful Algae 8: 759–769. A
Widodo, S., Bechtel, A., Anggayana, K. & W. Püttmann: Reconstruction of floral changes during deposition of the Miocene Embalut coal from Kutai Basin, Mahakam Delta, East Kalimantan, Indonesia by use of aromatic hydrocarbon composition and stable carbon isotope ratios of organic matter. - Organic Geochemistry 40: 206–218.  A Download publication, PDF 1 MB
Zizka, G., Schmidt, M., Schulte, K., Novoa, P., Pinto, R. & K. König (2009): Chilean Bromeliaceae: diversity, distribution and evaluation of conservation status. - Biodiversity and Conservation 18 (9): 2449-2471. A georg.zizka@senckenberg.de;Katharina.Schulte@senckenberg.de;marco.schmidt@senckenberg.de
Zizka, G., Schmidt, M., Schulte, K., Novoa, P., Pinto, R. & K. König (2009): Chilean Bromeliaceae: diversity, distribution and evaluation of conservation status. - Biodiversity and Conservation 18 (9): 2449-2471. E georg.zizka@senckenberg.de;Katharina.Schulte@senckenberg.de;marco.schmidt@senckenberg.de