Vincent Jung
Vincent Jung
CNRS UMR 6553, ECOBIO, Université de Rennes 1, Rennes, France
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The return of the variance: intraspecific variability in community ecology
C Violle, BJ Enquist, BJ McGill, LIN Jiang, CH Albert, C Hulshof, V Jung, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 27 (4), 244-252, 2012
8912012
Intraspecific variability and trait‐based community assembly
V Jung, C Violle, C Mondy, L Hoffmann, S Muller
Journal of ecology 98 (5), 1134-1140, 2010
4042010
A global meta‐analysis of the relative extent of intraspecific trait variation in plant communities
A Siefert, C Violle, L Chalmandrier, CH Albert, A Taudiere, A Fajardo, ...
Ecology letters 18 (12), 1406-1419, 2015
3202015
Intraspecific trait variability mediates the response of subalpine grassland communities to extreme drought events
V Jung, CH Albert, C Violle, G Kunstler, G Loucougaray, T Spiegelberger
Journal of Ecology 102 (1), 45-53, 2014
1542014
Ecological recovery of vegetation on a coke-factory soil: role of plant antioxidant enzymes and possible implications in site restoration
M Dazy, V Jung, JF Férard, JF Masfaraud
Chemosphere 74 (1), 57-63, 2008
502008
Ecophysiological responses of nine floodplain meadow species to changing hydrological conditions
V Jung, L Hoffmann, S Muller
Herbaceous Plant Ecology, 225-234, 2008
222008
Impact of competition on plant performances along a flooding gradient: a multi‐species experiment
V Jung, C Mony, L Hoffmann, S Muller
Journal of Vegetation Science 20 (3), 433-441, 2009
192009
Habitat filtering determines the functional niche occupancy of plant communities worldwide
Y Li, B Shipley, JN Price, VL Dantas, R Tamme, M Westoby, A Siefert, ...
Journal of Ecology 106 (3), 1001-1009, 2018
182018
Understanding clonal plant competition for space over time: A fine‐scale spatial approach based on experimental communities
H Saiz, AK Bittebiere, ML Benot, V Jung, C Mony
Journal of vegetation science 27 (4), 759-770, 2016
82016
From urban lawns to urban meadows: Reduction of mowing frequency increases plant taxonomic, functional and phylogenetic diversity
S Chollet, C Brabant, S Tessier, V Jung
Landscape and Urban Planning 180, 121-124, 2018
62018
Functionally dissimilar neighbors accelerate litter decomposition in two grass species
L Barbe, V Jung, A Prinzing, AK Bittebiere, O Butenschoen, C Mony
New Phytologist 214 (3), 1092-1102, 2017
52017
Viva la variance! A reply to Nakagawa & Schielzeth
C Violle, B Enquist, BJ McGill, L Jiang, CH Albert, C Hulshof, V Jung, ...
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 27 (9), 475-476, 2012
52012
The return of the variance: intraspecific variability in community ecology
C Hulshof, V Jung, J Messier
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 27, 244252, 2012
52012
Functionally or phylogenetically distinct neighbours turn antagonism among decomposing litter species into synergy
L Barbe, C Mony, V Jung, M Santonja, I Bartish, A Prinzing
32018
Landscape complexity perception and representation in a wine-growing region with the designation of origin in the Loire Valley (France): a cultural ecosystem service?
MET Hervé, P Boudes, C Cieslik, D Montembault, V Jung, F Burel, ...
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 1-13, 2018
22018
Janzen–Connell patterns can be induced by fungal‐driven decomposition and offset by ectomycorrhizal fungi accumulated under a closely related canopy
M Deniau, V Jung, C Le Lann, H Kellner, B Béchade, T Morra, A Prinzing
Functional ecology 32 (3), 785-798, 2018
22018
Opposing Effects of Plant-Community Assembly Maintain Constant Litter Decomposition over Grasslands Aged from 1 to 25 Years
L Barbe, A Prinzing, C Mony, BW Abbott, M Santonja, K Hoeffner, ...
Ecosystems, 1-13, 2019
12019
Janzen-Connell patterns are not the result of Janzen-Connell process: Oak recruitment in temperate forests
M Deniau, V Jung, C Le Lann, T Morra, PJ Murray, A Prinzing
Perspectives in plant ecology, evolution and systematics 24, 72-79, 2017
12017
Vegetation management intensity and landscape diversity alter plant species richness, functional traits and community composition across European vineyards
RM Hall, N Penke, M Kriechbaum, S Kratschmer, V Jung, S Chollet, ...
Agricultural Systems 177, 102706, 2020
2020
Passive rewilding may (also) restore phylogenetically rich and functionally resilient forest plant communities
L Morel, L Barbe, V Jung, B Clément, A Schnitzler, F Ysnel
Ecological Applications, 2019
2019
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