W.H.G. Hol
W.H.G. Hol
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Soil food web properties explain ecosystem services across European land use systems
FT de Vries, E Thébault, M Liiri, K Birkhofer, MA Tsiafouli, L Bjørnlund, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (35), 14296-14301, 2013
3422013
Intensive agriculture reduces soil biodiversity across Europe
MA Tsiafouli, E Thébault, SP Sgardelis, PC De Ruiter, WH Van Der Putten, ...
Global change biology 21 (2), 973-985, 2015
2592015
Empirical and theoretical challenges in aboveground–belowground ecology
WH Van Der Putten, RD Bardgett, PC De Ruiter, WHG Hol, KM Meyer, ...
Oecologia 161 (1), 1-14, 2009
2262009
An overview of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi–nematode interactions
WHG Hol, R Cook
Basic and Applied Ecology 6 (6), 489-503, 2005
1562005
Where less may be more: how the rare biosphere pulls ecosystems strings
A Jousset, C Bienhold, A Chatzinotas, L Gallien, A Gobet, V Kurm, ...
The ISME journal 11 (4), 853, 2017
1552017
Reduction of rare soil microbes modifies plant–herbivore interactions
WHG Hol, W De Boer, AJ Termorshuizen, KM Meyer, JHM Schneider, ...
Ecology letters 13 (3), 292-301, 2010
1282010
Fungistasis and general soil biostasis–a new synthesis
P Garbeva, WHG Hol, AJ Termorshuizen, GA Kowalchuk, W De Boer
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (3), 469-477, 2011
952011
Pyrrolizidine Alkaloids from Senecio jacobaea Affect Fungal Growth
WHG Hol, JA Van Veen
Journal of Chemical Ecology 28 (9), 1763-1772, 2002
902002
Getting the ecology into interactions between plants and the plant growth-promoting bacterium Pseudomonas fluorescens
WH Hol, TM Bezemer, A Biere
Frontiers in plant science 4, 81, 2013
852013
Root damage and aboveground herbivory change concentration and composition of pyrrolizidine alkaloids of Senecio jacobaea
WHG Hol, M Macel, JA van Veen, E van der Meijden
Basic and Applied Ecology 5 (3), 253-260, 2004
802004
Rhizosphere fungal communities are influenced by Senecio jacobaea pyrrolizidine alkaloid content and composition
GA Kowalchuk, WHG Hol, JA Van Veen
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38 (9), 2852-2859, 2006
742006
Nematode interactions in nature: models for sustainable control of nematode pests of crop plants?
WH Van der Putten, R Cook, S Costa, KG Davies, M Fargette, H Freitas, ...
Advances in Agronomy 89, 227-260, 2006
742006
Nutrients decrease pyrrolizidine alkaloid concentrations in Senecio jacobaea
WHG Hol, K Vrieling, JA Van Veen
New Phytologist 158 (1), 175-181, 2003
592003
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi of Ammophila arenaria (L.) Link: Spore abundance and root colonisation in six locations of the European coast
S Rodríguez-Echeverría, WHG Hol, H Freitas, WR Eason, R Cook
european journal of soil biology 44 (1), 30-36, 2008
462008
Non‐random species loss in bacterial communities reduces antifungal volatile production
WHG Hol, P Garbeva, C Hordijk, MPJ Hundscheid, PJAK Gunnewiek, ...
Ecology 96 (8), 2042-2048, 2015
442015
Legacy effects of anaerobic soil disinfestation on soil bacterial community composition and production of pathogen-suppressing volatiles
M van Agtmaal, G van Os, G Hol, M Hundscheid, W Runia, C Hordijk, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 701, 2015
412015
Plant–soil feedbacks of exotic plant species across life forms: a meta-analysis
A Meisner, WHG Hol, W de Boer, JA Krumins, DA Wardle, ...
Biological Invasions 16 (12), 2551-2561, 2014
412014
Soil and freshwater and marine sediment food webs: their structure and function
JA Krumins, D van Oevelen, TM Bezemer, GB De Deyn, WHG Hol, ...
Bioscience 63 (1), 35-42, 2013
322013
Comparing arbuscular mycorrhizal communities of individual plants in a grassland biodiversity experiment
TFJ van de Voorde, WH van der Putten, HA Gamper, WH Gera Hol, ...
New Phytologist 186 (3), 746-754, 2010
312010
Competition increases sensitivity of wheat (Triticum aestivum) to biotic plant-soil feedback
WHG Hol, W de Boer, F ten Hooven, WH van der Putten
PLoS One 8 (6), e66085, 2013
272013
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