Johannes Heinze
Johannes Heinze
University of Potsdam, Biodiversity Research / Plant Systematics
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Biodiversity at multiple trophic levels is needed for ecosystem multifunctionality
S Soliveres, F Van Der Plas, P Manning, D Prati, MM Gossner, SC Renner, ...
Nature 536 (7617), 456, 2016
Locally rare species influence grassland ecosystem multifunctionality
S Soliveres, P Manning, D Prati, MM Gossner, F Alt, H Arndt, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
Plant-soil feedbacks: a comparative study on the relative importance of soil feedbacks in the greenhouse versus the field
J Heinze, M Sitte, A Schindhelm, J Wright, J Joshi
Oecologia 181 (2), 559-569, 2016
Greenhouse-and field-measured plant-soil feedbacks are not correlated
LE Forero, J Grenzer, J Heinze, C Schittko, A Kulmatiski
Frontiers in Environmental Science 7, 184, 2019
The interplay between soil structure, roots, and microbiota as a determinant of plant–soil feedback
J Bergmann, E Verbruggen, J Heinze, D Xiang, B Chen, J Joshi, MC Rillig
Ecology and Evolution 6 (21), 7633-7644, 2016
Plant–soil feedback effects can be masked by aboveground herbivory under natural field conditions
J Heinze, J Joshi
Oecologia 186 (1), 235-246, 2018
Eleven years’ data of grassland management in Germany
J Vogt, V Klaus, C Fürstenau, M Gossner, J Heinze, A Hemp, N Hölzel, ...
Biodiversity Data Journal 7, e36387, 2019
Soil temperature modifies effects of soil biota on plant growth
J Heinze, S Gensch, E Weber, J Joshi
Journal of Plant Ecology 10 (5), 808-821, 2017
Negative biotic soil-effects enhance biodiversity by restricting potentially dominant plant species in grasslands
J Heinze, J Bergmann, MC Rillig, J Joshi
Perspectives in plant ecology, evolution and systematics 17 (3), 227-235, 2015
Influence of experimental soil disturbances on the diversity of plants in agricultural grasslands
J Müller, J Heinze, J Joshi, S Boch, VH Klaus, M Fischer, D Prati
Journal of Plant Ecology 7 (6), 509-517, 2013
Plant–soil feedback effects altered by aboveground herbivory explain plant species abundance in the landscape
J Heinze, A Wacker, A Kulmatiski
Ecology 101 (6), e03023, 2020
Globally, plant‐soil feedbacks are weak predictors of plant abundance
KO Reinhart, JT Bauer, S McCarthy‐Neumann, AS MacDougall, JL Hierro, ...
Ecology and evolution 11 (4), 1756-1768, 2021
Herbivory by aboveground insects impacts plant root morphological traits
J Heinze
Plant Ecology, 1-8, 2020
Do dispersal traits of wetland plant species explain tolerance against isolation effects in naturally fragmented habitats?
B Schöpke, J Heinze, M Pätzig, T Heinken
Plant Ecology 220 (9), 801-815, 2019
The relative importance of plant-soil feedbacks for plant-species performance increases with decreasing intensity of herbivory
J Heinze, NK Simons, S Seibold, A Wacker, G Weithoff, MM Gossner, ...
Oecologia 190 (3), 651-664, 2019
Plant-Soil Feedbacks of Plantago lanceolata in the Field Depend on Plant Origin and Herbivory
L Kirchhoff, A Kirschbaum, J Joshi, O Bossdorf, JF Scheepens, J Heinze
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 422, 2019
Soil biota effects on local abundances of three grass species along a land-use gradient
J Heinze, T Werner, E Weber, MC Rillig, J Joshi
Oecologia 179 (1), 249-259, 2015
Plant-soil feedback: incorporating untested influential drivers and reconciling terminology
JR De Long, R Heinen, J Heinze, E Morriën, GK Png, SJ Sapsford, ...
Plant and Soil, 1-37, 2023
Wind intensity affects fine root morphological traits with consequences for plant-soil feedback effects
L Werger, J Bergmann, E Weber, J Heinze
AoB PLANTS 12 (5), plaa050, 2020
The Next Step: Disentangling the Role of Plant-Soil Feedbacks in Plant Performance and Species Coexistence Under Natural Conditions
J Heinze, M Bezemer, J Joshi
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8, 231, 2020
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