Ina C. Meier
Ina C. Meier
Professor of Functional Forest Ecology, University of Hamburg
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The fungal collaboration gradient dominates the root economics space in plants
J Bergmann, A Weigelt, F van Der Plas, DC Laughlin, TW Kuyper, ...
Science Advances 6 (27), eaba3756, 2020
Root traits as drivers of plant and ecosystem functioning: current understanding, pitfalls and future research needs
GT Freschet, C Roumet, LH Comas, M Weemstra, AG Bengough, ...
New Phytologist 232 (3), 1123-1158, 2021
Roots and fungi accelerate carbon and nitrogen cycling in forests exposed to elevated CO2
RP Phillips, IC Meier, ES Bernhardt, AS Grandy, K Wickings, AC Finzi
Ecology letters 15 (9), 1042-1049, 2012
A starting guide to root ecology: strengthening ecological concepts and standardising root classification, sampling, processing and trait measurements
GT Freschet, L Pagès, CM Iversen, LH Comas, B Rewald, C Roumet, ...
New Phytologist 232 (3), 973-1122, 2021
Root exudates increase N availability by stimulating microbial turnover of fast-cycling N pools
IC Meier, AC Finzi, RP Phillips
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 106, 119-128, 2017
Belowground drought response of European beech: fine root biomass and carbon partitioning in 14 mature stands across a precipitation gradient
IC Meier, C Leuschner
Global Change Biology 14 (9), 2081-2095, 2008
Leaf Size and Leaf Area Index in Fagus sylvatica Forests: Competing Effects of Precipitation, Temperature, and Nitrogen Availability
IC Meier, C Leuschner
Ecosystems 11, 655-669, 2008
Surplus carbon drives allocation and plant–soil interactions
CE Prescott, SJ Grayston, HS Helmisaari, E Kaštovská, C Körner, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 35 (12), 1110-1118, 2020
Genotypic variation and phenotypic plasticity in the drought response of fine roots of European beech
IC Meier, C Leuschner
Tree physiology 28 (2), 297-309, 2008
An integrated framework of plant form and function: the belowground perspective
A Weigelt, L Mommer, K Andraczek, CM Iversen, J Bergmann, ...
New Phytologist 232 (1), 42-59, 2021
Root exudates induce soil macroaggregation facilitated by fungi in subsoil
VL Baumert, NA Vasilyeva, AA Vladimirov, IC Meier, I Kögel-Knabner, ...
Frontiers in Environmental Science 6, 140, 2018
On the niche breadth of Fagus sylvatica: soil nutrient status in 50 Central European beech stands on a broad range of bedrock types
C Leuschner, IC Meier, D Hertel
Annals of Forest Science 63 (4), 355-368, 2006
Variation of soil and biomass carbon pools in beech forests across a precipitation gradient
IC Meier, C Leuschner
Global Change Biology 16 (3), 1035-1045, 2010
Global root traits (GRooT) database
NR Guerrero‐Ramírez, L Mommer, GT Freschet, CM Iversen, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 30 (1), 25-37, 2021
Root branching is a leading root trait of the plant economics spectrum in temperate trees
R Liese, K Alings, IC Meier
Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 245427, 2017
Root exudation patterns in a beech forest: dependence on soil depth, root morphology, and environment
T Tückmantel, C Leuschner, S Preusser, E Kandeler, G Angst, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 107, 188-197, 2017
The rhizosphere and hyphosphere differ in their impacts on carbon and nitrogen cycling in forests exposed to elevated CO2
IC Meier, SG Pritchard, ER Brzostek, ML McCormack, RP Phillips
New Phytologist 205 (3), 1164-1174, 2015
The mycorrhizal type governs root exudation and nitrogen uptake of temperate tree species
R Liese, T Lübbe, NW Albers, IC Meier
Tree physiology 38 (1), 83-95, 2018
Root exudation of mature beech forests across a nutrient availability gradient: the role of root morphology and fungal activity
IC Meier, T Tückmantel, J Heitkötter, K Müller, S Preusser, TJ Wrobel, ...
New Phytologist 226 (2), 583-594, 2020
The handbook for standardized field and laboratory measurements in terrestrial climate change experiments and observational studies (ClimEx)
AH Halbritter, HJ De Boeck, AE Eycott, S Reinsch, DA Robinson, S Vicca, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 11 (1), 22-37, 2020
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