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    1. Whitton, SR; McKenzie, EHC; Hyde, KD
      Microfungi on the Pandanaceae : Nakatopsis gen. nov., a new hyphomycete genus from Malaysia

      FUNGAL DIVERSITY
    2. Dilly, O; Winter, K; Lang, A; Munch, JC
      Energetic eco-physiology of the soil microbiota in two landscapes of southern and northern Germany

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION AND SOIL SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENERNAHRUNG UND BODENKUNDE
    3. Menendez, M; Martinez, M; Hernandez, O; Comin, FA
      Comparison of leaf decomposition in two Mediterranean rivers: A large eutrophic river and an oligotrophic stream (S Catalonia, NE Spain)

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    4. Rulik, M; Zavrelova, P; Duchoslav, M
      Decomposition of two different POM types in surface water and within hyporheic sediments of a small lowland stream (Sitka, Czech Republic)

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    5. Alvarez, S; Rico, E; Guerrero, MC; Montes, C
      Decomposition of Juncus maritimus in two shallow lakes of Donana National Park

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    6. Varga, I
      Macroinvertebrates in reed litter

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    7. Maamri, A; Barlocher, F; Pattee, E; Chergui, H
      Fungal and bacterial colonisation of Salix pedicellata leaves decaying in permanent and intermittent streams in eastern Morocco

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    8. Schuur, EAG
      The effect of water on decomposition dynamics in mesic to wet Hawaiian montane forests

      ECOSYSTEMS
    9. Hattenschwiler, S; Bretscher, D
      Isopod effects on decomposition of litter produced under elevated CO2, N deposition and different soil types

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    10. Newsham, KK; Anderson, JM; Sparks, TH; Splatt, P; Woods, C; McLeod, AR
      UV-B effect on Quercus robur leaf litter decomposition persists over four years

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    11. Frederiksen, HB; Ronn, R; Christensen, S
      Effect of elevated atmospheric CO2 and vegetation type on microbiota associated with decomposing straw

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    12. Dalias, P; Anderson, JM; Bottner, P; Couteaux, MM
      Temperature responses of carbon mineralization in conifer forest soils from different regional climates incubated under standard laboratory conditions

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    13. King, JS; Pregitzer, KS; Zak, DR; Kubiske, ME; Ashby, JA; Holmes, WE
      Chemistry and decomposition of litter from Populus tremuloides Michaux grown at elevated atmospheric CO2 and varying N availability

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    14. Perez-Batallon, P; Ouro, G; Macias, F; Merino, A
      Initial mineralization of organic matter in a forest plantation soil following different logging residue management techniques

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    15. Lebret, M; Nys, C; Forgeard, F
      Litter production in an Atlantic beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) time sequence

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    16. Regina, IS; Tarazona, T
      Organic matter and nitrogen dynamics in a mature forest of common beech inthe Sierra de la Demanda, Spain

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    17. Samba, SAN
      Effect of Cordyla pinnata litter on crop yield: An experimental agroforestry approach.

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    18. Kayang, H
      Fungal and bacterial enzyme activities in Alnus nepalensis D. Don

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL BIOLOGY
    19. Regina, IS; Tarazona, T
      Nutrient pools to the soil through organic matter and throughfall under a Scots pine plantation in the Sierra de la Demanda, Spain

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL BIOLOGY
    20. Xiong, SJ; Nilsson, C; Johansson, ME
      Effects of litter accumulation on riparian vegetation: Importance of particle size

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    21. Shaw, MR; Harte, J
      Control of litter decomposition in a subalpine meadow-sagebrush steppe ecotone under climate change

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    22. Niyogi, DK; Lewis, WM; McKnight, DM
      Litter breakdown in mountain streams affected by mine drainage: Biotic mediation of abiotic controls

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    23. McKenzie, EHC
      Fungi anamorphici in Australasia

      AUSTRALIAN SYSTEMATIC BOTANY
    24. Martens, H; Alphei, J; Schaefer, M; Scheu, S
      Millipedes and earthworms increase the decomposition rate of N-15-labelledwinter rape litter in an arable field

      ISOTOPES IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH STUDIES
    25. Richardson, MJ
      Diversity and occurrence of coprophilous fungi

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    26. Sridhar, KR; Krauss, G; Barlocher, F; Raviraja, NS; Wennrich, R; Baumbach, R; Krauss, GJ
      Decomposition of alder leaves in two heavy metal-polluted streams in central Germany

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    27. Moretto, AS; Distel, RA; Didone, NG
      Decomposition and nutrient dynamic of leaf litter and roots from palatableand unpalatable grasses in a semi-arid grassland

      APPLIED SOIL ECOLOGY
    28. Mamilov, AS; Byzov, BA; Zvyagintsev, DG; Dilly, OM
      Predation on fungal and bacterial biomass in a soddy-podzolic soil amendedwith starch, wheat straw and alfalfa meal

      APPLIED SOIL ECOLOGY
    29. Konishi, M; Nakano, S; Iwata, T
      Trophic cascading effects of predatory fish on leaf litter processing in aJapanese stream

      ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    30. Motomori, K; Mitsuhashi, H; Nakano, S
      Influence of leaf litter quality on the colonization and consumption of stream invertebrate shredders

      ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    31. Usio, N; Konishi, M; Nakano, S
      Is invertebrate shredding critical for collector invertebrates? A test of the shredder-collector facilitation hypothesis

      ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    32. Dzwonko, Z
      Effect of proximity to ancient deciduous woodland on restoration of the field layer vegetation in a pine plantation

      ECOGRAPHY
    33. Haapala, A; Muotka, T; Markkola, A
      Breakdown and macroinvertebrate and fungal colonization of alder, birch, and willow leaves in a boreal forest stream

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    34. Graca, MAS; Ferreira, RCF; Coimbra, CN
      Litter processing along a stream gradient: the role of invertebrates and decomposers

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    35. Daugherty, MP; Juliano, SA
      Factors affecting the abundance of scirtid beetles in container habitats

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    36. Crespo, G; Ortiz, J; Perez, AA; Fraga, S
      Rates of accumulation, decomposition and the NPK released by the leaf litter of perennial legumes

      CUBAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
    37. Zeller, B; Colin-Belgrand, M; Dambrine, E; Martin, F
      Fate of nitrogen released from N-15-labeled litter in European beech forests

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    38. Heath-Ogden, T; Parra, LE
      Taxonomy and biology of a new Oecophoridae (Lepidoptera) from central Chile

      Revista chilena de historia natural
    39. March, JG; Benstead, JP; Pringle, CM; Ruebel, MW
      Linking shrimp assemblages with rates of detrital processing along an elevational gradient in a tropical stream

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    40. Newell, SY
      Fungal biomass and productivity

      METHODS IN MICROBIOLOGY, VOL 30
    41. Idol, TW; Figler, RA; Pope, PE; Ponder, F
      Characterization of coarse woody debris across a 100 year chronosequence of upland oak-hickory forests

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    42. Kavvadias, VA; Alifragis, D; Tsiontsis, A; Brofas, G; Stamatelos, G
      Litterfall, litter accumulation and litter decomposition rates in four forest ecosystems in northern Greece

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    43. Gessner, MO
      Mass loss, fungal colonisation and nutrient dynamics of Phragmites australis leaves during senescence and early aerial decay

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    44. Atkinson, RB; Cairns, J
      Plant decomposition and litter accumulation in depressional wetlands: Functional performance of two wetland age classes that were created via excavation

      WETLANDS
    45. Bailey, JK; Schweitzer, JA; Whitham, TG
      Salt cedar negatively affects biodiversity of aquatic macroinvertebrates

      WETLANDS
    46. Zawislanski, PT; Chau, S; Mountford, H; Wong, HC; Sears, TC
      Accumulation of selenium and trace metals on plant litter in a tidal marsh

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    47. Howsam, M; Jones, KC; Ineson, P
      Dynamics of PAH deposition, cycling and storage in a mixed-deciduous (Quercus-Fraxinus) woodland ecosystem

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    48. Rodda, GH; Perry, G; Rondeau, RJ; Lazell, J
      The densest terrestrial vertebrate

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    49. Duponnois, R; Chotte, JL; Cadet, SSP
      The effects of organic amendments on the interactions between a nematophagous fungus Arthrobotrys oligospora and the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne mayaguensis parasitizing tomato plants

      BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS
    50. Hansen, B; Alroe, HF; Kristensen, ES
      Approaches to assess the environmental impact of organic farming with particular regard to Denmark

      AGRICULTURE ECOSYSTEMS & ENVIRONMENT
    51. Rutunga, V; Karanja, NK; Gachene, CKK
      Decomposition rates of biomass obtained from six month-old Tephrosia vogelii, Tithonia diversifolia and natural fallow vegetation at Maseno, Kenya

      BIOLOGICAL AGRICULTURE & HORTICULTURE
    52. Greyling, MD; Van Aarde, RJ; Ferreira, SM
      Seasonal changes in habitat preferences of two closely related millipede species

      AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    53. Charcosset, JY; Chauvet, E
      Effect of culture conditions on ergosterol as an indicator of biomass in the aquatic hyphomycetes

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    54. David, JP; Rey, D; Meyran, JC; Marigo, G
      Involvement of ligninlike compounds in toxicity of dietary alder leaf litter against mosquito larvae

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    55. Radajewski, S; Duxbury, T
      Motility responses and desiccation survival of zoospores from the actinomycete Kineosporia sp strain SR11

      MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    56. Ruiz, RFC; Calduch, M; Garcia, D; Izquierdo, Z
      A new species of Pleurotheciopsis from leaf litter

      MYCOTAXON
    57. Lomander, A; Johansson, MB
      Changes in concentrations of Cd, Zn, Mn, Cu and Pb in spruce (Picea abies)needle litter during decomposition

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    58. Graca, MAS; Cressa, C; Gessner, MO; Feio, MJ; Callies, KA; Barrios, C
      Food quality, feeding preferences, survival and growth of shredders from temperate and tropical streams

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    59. Piatek, KB; Allen, HL
      Are forest floors in mid-rotation stands of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) a sink for nitrogen and phosphorus?

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    60. Carcamo, HA; Prescott, CE; Chanway, CP; Abe, TA
      Do soil fauna increase rates of litter breakdown and nitrogen release in forests of British Columbia, Canada?

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    61. Berg, B; McClaugherty, C; De Santo, AV; Johnson, D
      Humus buildup in boreal forests: effects of litter fall and its N concentration

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    62. Chen, H; Harmon, ME; Griffiths, RP
      Decomposition and nitrogen release from decomposing woody roots in coniferous forests of the Pacific Northwest: a chronosequence approach

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    63. Dalias, P; Anderson, JM; Bottner, P; Couteaux, MM
      Long-term effects of temperature on carbon mineralisation processes

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    64. Newsham, KK; Splatt, P; Coward, PA; Greenslade, PD; McLeod, AR; Anderson, JM
      Negligible influence of elevated UV-B radiation on leaf litter quality of Quercus robur

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    65. Baath, E
      Estimation of fungal growth rates in soil using C-14-acetate incorporationinto ergosterol

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    66. Guo, LB; Sims, REH
      Eucalypt litter decomposition and nutrient release under a short rotation forest regime and effluent irrigation treatments in New Zealand I. Externaleffects

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    67. Dighton, J; Mascarenhas, M; Arbuckle-Keil, GA
      Changing resources: assessment of leaf litter carbohydrate resource changeat a microbial scale of resolution

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    68. Liu, CJ; Westman, CJ; Ilvesniemi, H
      Matter and nutrient dynamics of pine (Pinus tabulaeformis) and oak (Quercus variabilis) litter in North China

      SILVA FENNICA
    69. Hansen, RA; Williams, RS; Degenhardt, DC; Lincoln, DE
      Non-litter effects of elevated CO2 on forest floor microarthropod abundances

      PLANT AND SOIL
    70. Rejmankova, E
      Effect of experimental phosphorus enrichment on oligotrophic tropical marshes in Belize, Central America

      PLANT AND SOIL
    71. Niklaus, PA; Wohlfender, M; Siegwolf, R; Korner, C
      Effects of six years atmospheric CO2 enrichment on plant, soil, and soil microbial C of a calcareous grassland

      PLANT AND SOIL
    72. Van der Krift, TAJ; Kuikman, PJ; Moller, F; Berendse, F
      Plant species and nutritional-mediated control over rhizodeposition and root decomposition

      PLANT AND SOIL
    73. Dutta, RK; Agrawal, M
      Litterfall, litter decomposition and nutrient release in five exotic plantspecies planted on coal mine spoils

      PEDOBIOLOGIA
    74. Sharon, R; Degani, G; Warburg, M
      Comparing the soil macro-fauna in two oak-wood forests: does community structure differ under similar ambient conditions?

      PEDOBIOLOGIA
    75. King, JS; Pregitzer, KS; Zak, DR; Kubiske, ME; Holmes, WE
      Correlation of foliage and litter chemistry of sugar maple, Acer saccharum, as affected by elevated CO2 and varying N availability, and effects on decomposition

      OIKOS
    76. Ruesink, JL; Srivastava, DS
      Numerical and per capita responses to species loss: mechanisms maintainingecosystem function in a community of stream insect detritivores

      OIKOS
    77. Rowe, L; Richardson, JS
      Community responses to experimental food depletion: resource tracking by stream invertebrates

      OECOLOGIA
    78. Sulkava, P; Huhta, V; Laakso, J; Gylen, ER
      Influence of soil fauna and habitat patchiness on plant (Betula pendula) growth and carbon dynamics in a microcosm experiment

      OECOLOGIA
    79. Gonzalez, G; Ley, RE; Schmidt, SK; Zou, XM; Seastedt, TR
      Soil ecological interactions: comparisons between tropical and subalpine forests

      OECOLOGIA
    80. Agren, GI; Bosatta, E; Magill, AH
      Combining theory and experiment to understand effects of inorganic nitrogen on litter decomposition

      OECOLOGIA
    81. David, JF; Malet, N; Couteaux, MM; Roy, J
      Feeding rates of the woodlouse Armadillidium vulgare on herb litters produced at two levels of atmospheric CO2

      OECOLOGIA
    82. Norby, RJ; Cotrufo, MF; Ineson, P; O'Neill, EG; Canadell, JG
      Elevated CO2, litter chemistry, and decomposition: a synthesis

      OECOLOGIA
    83. Yanoviak, SP
      Predation, resource availability, and community structure in Neotropical water-filled tree holes

      OECOLOGIA
    84. Krauss, G; Barlocher, F; Schreck, P; Wennrich, R; Glasser, W; Krauss, GJ
      Aquatic hyphomycetes occur in hyperpolluted waters in Central Germany

      NOVA HEDWIGIA
    85. Day, TA
      Multiple trophic levels in UV-B assessments - completing the ecosystem

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    86. Letcher, PM; Powell, MJ
      Distribution of zoosporic fungi in forest soils of the Blue Ridge and Appalachian Mountains of Virginia

      MYCOLOGIA
    87. Newell, SY
      Multiyear patterns of fungal biomass dynamics and productivity within naturally decaying smooth cordgrass shoots

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    88. Kaufman, MG; Bland, SN; Worthen, ME; Walker, ED; Klug, MJ
      Bacterial and fungal biomass responses to feeding by larval Aedes triseriatus (Diptera : Culicidae)

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    89. Schulze, TL; Jordan, RA; Hung, RW; Taylor, RC; Markowski, D; Chomsky, MS
      Efficacy of granular deltamethrin against Ixodes scapularis and Amblyomma americanum (Acari : Ixodidae) nymphs

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    90. Van Sluys, M; Rocha, CFD; Souza, MB
      Diet, reproduction, and density of the leptodactylid litter frog Zachaenusparvulus in an Atlantic rain forest of southeastern Brazil

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    91. Zhou, H
      Effects of leaf litter addition on meiofaunal colonization of azoic sediments in a subtropical mangrove in Hong Kong

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    92. Middleton, BA; McKee, KL
      Degradation of mangrove tissues and implications for peat formation in Belizean island forests

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    93. Aerts, R; Wallen, B; Malmer, N; de Caluwe, H
      Nutritional constraints on Sphagnum-growth and potential decay in northernpeatlands

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    94. Dzwonko, Z
      Assessment of light and soil conditions in ancient and recent woodlands byEllenberg indicator values

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    95. Robertson, AI; Bacon, P; Heagney, G
      The responses of floodplain primary production to flood frequency and timing

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    96. Nalepa, CA; Bignell, DE; Bandi, C
      Detritivory, coprophagy, and the evolution of digestive mutualisms in Dietyoptera

      INSECTES SOCIAUX
    97. Reid, JW
      A human challenge: discovering and understanding continental copepod habitats

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    98. Emmerson, WD
      Aspects of the population dynamics of Neosarmatium meinerti at Mgazana, a warm temperate mangrove swamp in the East Cape, South Africa, investigated using an indirect method

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    99. Mathooko, JM; Morara, GO; Leichtfried, M
      Leaf litter transport and retention in a tropical Rift Valley stream: an experimental approach

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    100. Mohr, D; Topp, W
      Forest soil degradation in slopes of the low mountain range of Central Europe - Do deer matter?

      FORSTWISSENSCHAFTLICHES CENTRALBLATT


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