Wim H. van der Putten
Wim H. van der Putten
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Ecological linkages between aboveground and belowground biota
DA Wardle, RD Bardgett, JN Klironomos, H Setälä, WH Van Der Putten, ...
Science 304 (5677), 1629-1633, 2004
32842004
Going back to the roots: the microbial ecology of the rhizosphere
L Philippot, JM Raaijmakers, P Lemanceau, WH Van Der Putten
Nature Reviews Microbiology 11 (11), 789-799, 2013
11892013
Landscape moderation of biodiversity patterns and processes‐eight hypotheses
T Tscharntke, JM Tylianakis, TA Rand, RK Didham, L Fahrig, P Batary, ...
Biological reviews 87 (3), 661-685, 2012
11002012
Belowground biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
RD Bardgett, WH Van Der Putten
Nature 515 (7528), 505-511, 2014
8762014
Plant–soil feedbacks: the past, the present and future challenges
WH Van der Putten, RD Bardgett, JD Bever, TM Bezemer, BB Casper, ...
Journal of Ecology 101 (2), 265-276, 2013
6882013
Interactions between aboveground and belowground biodiversity in terrestrial ecosystems: patterns, mechanisms, and feedbacks: We assess the evidence for correlation between …
DU Hooper, DE Bignell, VK Brown, L Brussard, JM Dangerfield, DH Wall, ...
Bioscience 50 (12), 1049-1061, 2000
6092000
Plant-specific soil-borne diseases contribute to succession in foredune vegetation
WH Van der Putten, C Van Dijk, BAM Peters
Nature 362 (6415), 53, 1993
6071993
Soil invertebrate fauna enhances grassland succession and diversity
GB De Deyn, CE Raaijmakers, HR Zoomer, MP Berg, PC de Ruiter, ...
Nature 422 (6933), 711, 2003
5842003
Linking above-and belowground multitrophic interactions of plants, herbivores, pathogens, and their antagonists
WH Van der Putten, LEM Vet, JA Harvey, FL Wäckers
Trends in ecology & evolution 16 (10), 547-554, 2001
5692001
Predicting species distribution and abundance responses to climate change: why it is essential to include biotic interactions across trophic levels
WH Van der Putten, M Macel, ME Visser
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
5442010
Species divergence and trait convergence in experimental plant community assembly
T Fukami, T Martijn Bezemer, SR Mortimer, WH van der Putten
Ecology letters 8 (12), 1283-1290, 2005
5392005
Temporal variation in plant–soil feedback controls succession
P Kardol, T Martijn Bezemer, WH Van Der Putten
Ecology letters 9 (9), 1080-1088, 2006
4782006
Long-term organic farming fosters below and aboveground biota: Implications for soil quality, biological control and productivity
K Birkhofer, TM Bezemer, J Bloem, M Bonkowski, S Christensen, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40 (9), 2297-2308, 2008
4362008
Biodiversity increases the resistance of ecosystem productivity to climate extremes
F Isbell, D Craven, J Connolly, M Loreau, B Schmid, C Beierkuhnlein, ...
Nature 526 (7574), 574, 2015
4232015
Microbe‐mediated plant–soil feedback causes historical contingency effects in plant community assembly
P Kardol, NJ Cornips, MML van Kempen, JMT Bakx-Schotman, ...
Ecological monographs 77 (2), 147-162, 2007
3592007
Plant–soil biota interactions and spatial distribution of black cherry in its native and invasive ranges
KO Reinhart, A Packer, WH Van der Putten, K Clay
Ecology Letters 6 (12), 1046-1050, 2003
3542003
Terrestrial ecosystem responses to species gains and losses
DA Wardle, RD Bardgett, RM Callaway, WH Van der Putten
Science 332 (6035), 1273-1277, 2011
3522011
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
3432013
Linking aboveground and belowground diversity
GB De Deyn, WH Van der Putten
Trends in ecology & evolution 20 (11), 625-633, 2005
3332005
Microbial ecology of biological invasions
WH Van der Putten, JN Klironomos, DA Wardle
The ISME Journal 1 (1), 28, 2007
3092007
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