Diethart Matthies
Diethart Matthies
Professor of Plant Ecology, Philipps-University Marburg, Germany
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Reduced fecundity and offspring performance in small populations of the declining grassland plants Primula veris and Gentiana lutea
M Kéry, D Matthies, HH Spillmann
Journal of Ecology 88 (1), 17-30, 2000
3772000
RAPD variation in relation to population size and plant fitness in the rare Gentianella germanica (Gentianaceae)
M Fischer, D Matthies
American Journal of Botany 85 (6), 811-819, 1998
3701998
Population size and the risk of local extinction: empirical evidence from rare plants
D Matthies, I Bräuer, W Maibom, T Tscharntke
Oikos 105 (3), 481-488, 2004
3302004
Succession of bacterial community structure and diversity in a paddy soil oxygen gradient
M Noll, D Matthies, P Frenzel, M Derakshani, W Liesack
Environmental Microbiology 7 (3), 382-395, 2005
3262005
Effects of population size on performance in the rare plant Gentianella germanica
M Fischer, D Matthies
Journal of Ecology 86 (2), 195-204, 1998
3211998
Mating structure and inbreeding and outbreeding depression in the rare plant Gentianella germanica (Gentianaceae)
M Fischer, D Matthies
American journal of botany 84 (12), 1685-1692, 1997
2631997
The influence of plant diversity on people’s perception and aesthetic appreciation of grassland vegetation
P Lindemann-Matthies, X Junge, D Matthies
Biological Conservation 143 (1), 195-202, 2010
2472010
Seismic response of large underground structures in liquefiable soils subjected to horizontal and vertical earthquake excitations
H Liu, E Song
Computers and Geotechnics 32 (4), 223-244, 2005
199*2005
Activation of methanogenesis in arid biological soil crusts despite the presence of oxygen
R Angel, D Matthies, R Conrad
PloS one 6 (5), e20453, 2011
1962011
Impact of plant functional group, plant species, and sampling time on the composition of nirK-type denitrifier communities in soil
C Bremer, G Braker, D Matthies, A Reuter, C Engels, R Conrad
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73 (21), 6876-6884, 2007
1742007
Root hemiparasites and plant diversity in experimental grassland communities
J Joshi, D Matthies, B Schmid
Journal of Ecology 88 (4), 634-644, 2000
1562000
Local adaptation in the monocarpic perennial Carlinavulgaris at different spatial scales across Europe
U Becker, G Colling, P Dostal, A Jakobsson, D Matthies
Oecologia 150 (3), 506-518, 2006
1382006
Genetic erosion, restricted mating and reduced viability in fragmented populations of the endangered grassland herb Rutidosis leptorrhynchoides
AG Young
Genetics, demography and viability of fragmented populations, 2000
1302000
The effect of plant population size on the interactions between the rare plant Gentiana cruciata and its specialized herbivore Maculinea rebeli
M Kéry, D Matthies, M Fischer
Journal of Ecology 89 (3), 418-427, 2001
1282001
Parasitic and competitive interactions between the hemiparasites Rhinanthus serotinus and Odontites rubra and their host Medicago sativa
D Matthies
Journal of Ecology, 245-251, 1995
1161995
Interactions between the root hemiparasite Melampyrum arvense and mixtures of host plants: heterotrophic benefit and parasite-mediated competition
D Matthies
Oikos, 118-124, 1996
1051996
Naturschutzbiologie. Deutsche Bearbeitung und Vorwort: Matthies, D. und Reich, M.
R Primack
Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, 1995
1051995
Scale‐dependent effects of land use on plant species richness of mountain grassland in the European Alps
T Spiegelberger, D Matthies, H Müller‐Schärer, U Schaffner
Ecography 29 (4), 541-548, 2006
892006
Population structure and establishment of the threatened long‐lived perennial Scorzonera humilis in relation to environment
G Colling, D Matthies, C Reckinger
Journal of Applied Ecology 39 (2), 310-320, 2002
882002
Demographic stochasticity in population fragments of the declining distylous perennial Primula veris (Primulaceae)
M Kéry, D Matthies, B Schmid
Basic and Applied Ecology 4 (3), 197-206, 2003
812003
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