Tierökologie (Scheu)

Peer reviewed
(* reviewed book chapters)

2117


  • (399) BIRKHOFER, K., GOSSNER, M., DIEKÖTTER, T., DREES, C., FERLIAN, O., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S., WEISSER, W.W., WOLTERS, V., WURST, S., ZAITSEV, A., SMITH, H. (2017) Land-use type and intensity differentially filter traits in above- and belowground arthropod communities. Journal of Animal Ecology, in press

  • CORTOIS, R., VEEN, G.F., DUYTS, H., ABBAS, M., STRECKER, T., EISENHAUER, N., SCHEU, S., GLEIXNER, G., DE DUYN, G.B., VAN DER PUTTEN, W.H., (2017) Mechanisms underlying abundance and diversity responses of nematode 1 communities to plant diversity. Ecosphere, in press

  • EISENHAUER, N., LANOUE, A., STRECKER, T., SCHEU, S., STEINAUER, K., THAKUR, M.P., MOMMER, L. (2017) Root biomass and exudates link plant diversity with soil microbial communities. Scientific Reports, in press

  • PACHL, P., LINDL, A.C., KRAUSE, A., SCHEU, S., SCHAEFER, I., MARAUN, M. (2017) The tropics as an ancient cradle of oribatid mite diversity. Acarologia 57, 309-322

  • VON SALTZWEDEL, H., SCHEU, S., SCHAEFER, I. (2017) Genetic structure and distribution of Parisotoma notabilis (Collembola) in Europe: cryptic diversity, split of lineages and colonization patterns. PLosOne 12(2): e0170909.


    2016


  • (372) BAST, J., SCHAEFER, I., SCHWANDER, T., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S., KRAAJEVELD, K. (2016) No accumulation of transposable elements in asexual arthropods. Molecular Biology and Evolution 33, 697-706

  • (373) BLUHM, C., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2016) Temporal fluctuations in oribatid mites indicate that density-independent factors favour parthenogenetic reproduction. Experimental and Applied Acarology 68, 387-407

  • (374) BONATO, L., KLARNER, B., WIDYASTUTI, R., SCHEU, S. (2016) The first geophilid centipedes from Malesia: a new genus with two new species from Sumatra (Chilopoda, Geophilidae). ZooKeys 605, 53-71

  • (375) CLOUGH, Y., KRISHNA, V.V., CORRE, M.D., DARRAS, K., DENMEAD, L.H., MEIJIDE, A., MOSER, S., MUSSHOFF, O., STEINEBACH, S., VELDKAMP, E., ALLEN, K., BARNES, A.D., BREIDENBACH, N., BROSE, U., BUCHORI, D., DANIEL, R., FINKELDEY, R., HARAHAP, I., HERTEL, D., HOLTKAMP, A.M., HÖRANDL, E., IRAWAN, B., SURATI JAYA, I.N., JOCHUM, M., KLARNER, B., KNOHL, A., KOTOWSKA, M.M., KRASHEVSKA, V., KREFT, H., KURNIAWAN, S., LEUSCHNER, C., MARAUN, M., MELATI, D.N., OPFERMANN, N., PÉREZ-CRUZADO, C., PRABOWO, W.E., REMBOLD, K., RIZALI, A., RUBIANA, R., SCHNEIDER, D., TJITROSOEDIRDJO, S.S., TJOA, A., TSCHARNTKE, T., SCHEU, S. (2016) Land-use choices, profitability, and consequences for biodiversity and ecological functions in Indonesian smallholder landscapes. Nature Communications 7, 13137

  • (376) DRESCHER, J., REMBOLD, K., ALLEN, K., BECKSCHÄFER, P., BUCHORI, D., CLOUGH, Y., FAUST, H., FAUZI, A.M., GUNAWAN, D., HERTEL, D., IRAWAN, B., JAYA, I.N.S., KLARNER, B., KLEINN, C., KNOHL, A., KOTOWSKA, M.M., KRASHEVSKA, V., KRISHNA, V., LEUSCHNER, C., LORENZ, W., MEIJIDE, A., MELATI, D., NOMURA, M., PÉREZ-CRUZADO, C., QAIM, M., SIREGAR, I.Z., STEINEBACH, S., TJOA, A., TSCHARNTKE, T., WICK, B., WIEGAND, K., KREFT, H., SCHEU, S. (2016) Ecological and socioeconomic functions across tropical land-use systems after rainforest conversion. Philosophical Transactions B 371, 1-8

  • (377) DUDENHÖFFER, J.-H., SCHEU, S., JOUSSET, A. (2016) Systemic enrichment of antifungal traits in the rhizosphere microbiome after pathogen attack. Journal of Ecology 104, 1566-1575
    (378) FERNANDEZ-MONTIEL, I., SIDRACH-CARDONA, R., GABILONDO, R., PEDESCOLL, A., SCHEU, S., BECARES, E. (2016) Soil communities are affected by CO2 belowground emissions at a natural vent in Spain. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 97, 92-98

  • (379) GONZALEZ MACE, O., STEINAUER, K., JOUSSET, A., EISENHAUER, J., SCHEU, S. (2016) Flood-induced changes in soil microbial functions as modified by plant diversity. PLoSOne 11(11): e0166349
    (380) GRUBERT, D., BUTENSCHÖN, O., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2016) Understanding earthworm - collembola interactions and their importance for ecosystem processes needs consideration of species identity. European Journal of Soil Biology 77, 60-67

  • (381) HEETHOFF, M., SCHEU, S. (2016) Reliability of isotopic fractionation (15N, 13C) for the delimitation of trophic levels of oribatid mites: Diet strongly affects 13C but not 15N. Soil Biology and Biochemistry101, 124-129

  • (382) HERRMANN, S., GRAMS, T.E.E., TARKKA, M.T., ANGAY, O., BACHT, M., BÖNN, M., FELDHAHN, L., GRAF, M., KURTH, F., MABOREKE, H., MAILANDER, S., RECHT, S., FLEISCHMANN, F., RUESS, L., SCHÄDLER, M., SCHEU, S., SCHREY, S., BUSCOT, F. (2016) Endogenous rhythmic growth, a trait suitable for the study of interplays between multitrophic interactions and tree development. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 19, 40-48

  • (383) HINES, J., VAN DER PUTTEN, W.H., DE DEYN, G.B., WAGG, C., VOIGT, W., MULDER, C., WEISSER, W.W., ENGEL, J., MELIAN, C., SCHEU, S., BIRKHOFER, K., EBELING, A., SCHERBER, C., EISENHAUER, N. (2016) Towards an integration of biodiversity-ecosystem functioning and food-web theory to evaluate relationships between multiple ecosystem services. Advances in Ecological Research 53, 161-199

  • (384) JOUSSET, A., EISENHAUER, N., MERKER, M., MOUQUET, N., SCHEU, S. (2016) High functional diversity stimulates diversification in experimental microbial communities. Science Advances 2, e1600124

  • (385) KRASHEVSKA, V., KLARNER, B., WIDYASTUTI, R., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2016) Changes in structure and functioning of protist (testate amoebae) communities due to conversion of lowland rainforest into rubber and oil palm plantations. PLoSOne 11(7): e0160179

  • (386) KRAUSE, A., PACHL, P., SCHULZ, G., LEHMITZ, R., SENICZAK, A., SCHAEFER, I., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2016) Convergent evolution of aquatic life by sexual and parthenogenetic oribatid mites. Experimental and Applied Acarology 70, 439-453

  • (387) LATZ, E., EISENHAUER, N., RALL, B.C., SCHEU, S., JOUSSET, A. (2016) Unravelling linkages between plant community composition and the pathogen-suppressive potential of soils. Scientific Reports 6:23584

  • (388) LEIMER, S., OELMANN, Y., EISENHAUER, N., MILCU, M., ROSCHER, C., SCHEU, S., WEIGELT, A., WIRTH, C., WILCKE, W. (2016) Mechanisms behind plant diversity effects on inorganic and organic N leaching from temperate grassland. Biogeochemistry 131:339-353.

  • (389) MEYER, S., EBELING, A., EISENHAUER, N., HERTZOG, L., HILLEBRANDT, H., MILCU, A., POMPE, S., ABBAS, M., BESSLER, H., BUCHMANN, N., DE LUCA, E., ENGELS, C., FISCHER, M., GLEIXNER, G., HUDENWENZ, A., KLEIN, A.-M., DE KROON, H., LEIMER, A., LORANGER, H., MOMMER, L., OELMANN, Y., RAVENEK, J.M., ROSCHER, C., ROTTSTOCK, T., SCHERBER, C., SCHERER-LORENZEN, M., SCHEU, S., SCHMID, B., SCHULZE, E.-D., STAUDLER, A., STRECKER, T., TEMPERTON, V., TSCHARNTKE, T., VOGEL, A., VOIGT, W., WEIGELT, A., WILCKE, W., WEISSER, W.W. (2016) Effects of biodiversity strengthen over time as ecosystem functioning declines at low and increases at high biodiversity. Ecosphere 7(12), e01619

  • (390) MÜLLER, K., KRAMER, S., HASLWIMMER, H., MARHAN, S., SCHEUNEMANN, N., BUTENSCHÖN, O., SCHEU, S., KANDELER, E. (2016) Carbon transfer from maize roots and litter into bacteria and fungi depends on soil depth and time. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 93, 79-89

  • (391) PAUSCH, J., KRAMER, S., SCHARROBA, A., SCHEUNEMANN, N., BUTENSCHOEN, O., KANDELER, E., MARHAN, S., RIEDERER, M., SCHEU, S., KUZYAKOV, Y., RUESS, L. (2016) Small but active ? pool size does not matter for carbon incorporation in below-ground food webs. Functional Ecology 30, 479-489

  • (392) SCHEUNEMANN, N., PAUSCH, J., DIGEL, C., KRAMER, S., SCHARROBA, A., KUZYAKOV, Y., KANDELER, E., RUESS, L., BUTENSCHOEN, O., SCHEU, S. (2016) Incorporation of root C and fertilizer N into the food web of an arable field: Variations with functional group and energy channel. Food Webs 9, 39-45

  • (393) SCHWARZ, M.T., BISCHOFF, S., BLASER, S., BOCH, S., GRASSEIN, F., KLARNER, B., SCHMITT, B., SOLLY, E.F., AMMER, C., MICHALZIK, B., SCHALL, B., SCHEU, S., SCHÖNING, I., SCHRUMPF, M., SCHULZE, E.-D., SIEMENS, J., WILCKE, W. (2016) Drivers of nitrogen leaching from organic layers in Central European beech forests. Plant and Soil 403, 343-360
    (394) STEINAUER, K., JENSEN, B., STRECKER, T., DE LUCA, E., SCHEU, S., EISENHAUER, N. (2016) Convergence of soil microbial properties after plant colonization of an experimental plant diversity gradient. BMC Ecology 16, 19

  • (395) STRECKER, T., GONZALEZ MACE, O., SCHEU, S., EISENHAUER, N. (2016) Functional composition of plant communities determines the spatial and temporal stability of soil microbial properties in a long-term plant diversity experiment. Oikos 125, 1743-1754

  • (396) THE QUINTESSENCE CONSORTIUM (61 authors incl. S. Scheu) (2016) Networking our way to better Ecosystem Service provision. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31, 105-115
    (397) TIAN, L., KOLVENBACH, B., CORVINI, N., WANG, S., TAVANAIE, N., WANG, L., MA, Y., SCHEU, S., CORVINI, P.F.X., JI, R. (2016) Mineralisation of 14C-labelled polystyrene plastics by Penicillium variabile after ozonation pre-treatment. New Biotechnology, in press

  • (398) VON SALTZWEDEL, H., SCHEU, S., SCHAEFER, I. (2016) Founder events and pre-glacial divergences shape the genetic structure of European Collembola species. BMC Evolutionary Biology 16 (1), 148


    2015


  • (348) BLUHM, C., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2015) Oribatid mite communities on the bark of dead wood vary with log type, surrounding forest and regional factors. Applied Soil Ecology 889, 102-112

  • (349) CESARZ, S., REICH, P.B., SCHEU, S., RUESS, L., SCHAEFER, M., EISENHAUER, N. (2015) Nematode functional guilds, not trophic groups, reflect shifts in soil food webs and processes in response to interacting global change factors. Pedobiologia 58, 23-32

  • (350) ERMILOV, S.G., SANDMANN, D., KLARNER, B., WIDYASTUTI, R., SCHEU, S. (2015) Contributions to the knowledge of oribatid mites of Indonesia. 1. The genus Allogalumna (Galumnidae) with descriptions of two new species (Acari, Oribatida). ZooKeys 529, 71-86

  • (351) ERMILOV, S.G., SANDMANN, D., KLARNER, B., WIDYASTUTI, R., SCHEU, S. (2015) Contributions to the knowledge of oribatid mites of Indonesia. 2. The genus Pergalumna (Galumnidae), with the description of a new species and key to known species in the Oriental region (Acari, Oribatida). ZooKeys 529, 87-103

  • (352) ERMILOV, S.G., SANDMANN, D., KLARNER, B., WIDYASTUTI, R., SCHEU, S. (2015) Contribution to the knowledge of oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatida) of Indonesia. 3. The genus Galumna (Galumnidae), with description of a new subgenus and seven new species. ZooKeys 539, 11-51

  • (353) FERLIAN, O., KLARNER, B., LANGENECKERT A.E., SCHEU, S. (2015) Trophic niche differentiation and utilisation of food resources in collembolans based on complementary analyses of fatty acids and stable isotopes. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 82, 28-35

  • (354) FISCHER, C., TISCHER, J., ROSCHER, C., EISENHAUER, N., RAVENEK, J., GLEIXNER, G., ATTINGER, S., JENSEN, B., DE KROON, H., MOMMER, L., SCHEU, S., HILDEBRANDT, A. (2015) Plant species diversity affects infiltration capacity in an experimental grassland through changes in soil properties. Plant and Soil 397, 1-16.

  • (355) HACKER, N., EBELING, A., GESSLER, A., GLEIXNER, G., GONZÁLEZ MACÉ, O., DE KROON, H., LANGE, M., MOMMER, L., EISENHAUER, N., RAVENEK, J., SCHEU, S., WEIGELT, A., WAGG, C., WILCKE, W., OELMANN Y. (2015) Plant diversity shapes microbe-rhizosphere effects on P mobilization from organic matter in soil. Ecology Letters 18, 1356-1365

  • (356) KRASHEVSKA, V., KLARNER, B., WIDYASTUTI, R., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2015) Impact of tropical lowland rainforest conversion into rubber and oil palm plantations on soil microbial communities. Biology and Fertility of Soils 51, 697-705

  • (357) KREIPE, V., CORRAL-HERNÁNDEZ, E., SCHEU, S., SCHAEFER, I., MARAUN, M. (2015) Phylogeny and species delineation in European species of the genus Steganacarus (Acari, Oribatida) using mitochondrial and nuclear markers. Experimental and Applied Acarology 66, 173-186

  • (358) LANGE, M., EISENHAUER, N., SIERRA, C., BESSLER, H., ENGELS, C., GRIFFITHS, R., MELLADO-VÁZQUEZ, P., MALIK, A., ROY, J., SCHEU, S., STEINBEISS, S., THOMSON, B., TRUMBORE S., GLEIXNER, G. (2015) Plant diversity increases soil microbial activity and soil carbon storage. Nature Communications 6, 6707

  • (359) LATZ, E., EISENHAUER, N., SCHEU, S., JOUSSET, A. (2015) Plant identity drives the expression of biocontrol factors in a rhizosphere bacterium across a plant diversity gradient. Functional Ecology 29, 1225-1234

  • (360) MAAß, S., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S., RILLIG, M.C., CARUSO, T. (2015) Environmental filtering vs. resource-based niche partitioning in diverse soil animal assemblages. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 85, 145-152

  • (361) POLLIERER, M.M., FERLIAN, O., SCHEU, S. (2015) Temporal dynamics and variation with forest type of phospholipid fatty acids in litter and soil of temperate forests across regions. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 91, 248-257

  • (362) RAMIREZ, K.S., DÖRING, M., EISENHAUER, N., GARDI, C., LADAU, J., LEFF, J-W., LENTENDU, G., LINDO, Z., RILLIG, M.C., RUSSELL, D., SCHEU, S., ST. JOHN, M.G., DE VRIES, F.T., WUBET, T., VAN DER PUTTEN, W.H., WALL, D.H. (2015) Towards a global platform for linking soil biodiversity data. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, in press

  • (363) SCHEUNEMANN, N., DIGEL, C., SCHEU, S., BUTENSCHOEN, O. (2015) Roots rather than shoot residues drive soil arthropod communities of arable fields. Oecologia, 179, 1135-1145 (equal contribution of last two authors)

  • (364) SCHEUNEMANN, N., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S., BUTENSCHOEN, O. (2015) The role of shoot residues vs. crop species for soil arthropod diversity and abundance of arable systems. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 81, 81-88

  • (365) SCHNEIDER, D., ENGELHAUPT, E., ALLEN, K., KURNIAWAN, S., KRASHEVSKA, V., HEINEMANN, M., NACKE, H., WIJAYANTI, M., MERYANDINI, A., CORRE, M.D., SCHEU, S., DANIEL, R. (2015) Impact of lowland rainforest transformation on diversity and composition of soil prokaryotic communities in Sumatra (Indonesia). Frontiers in Microbiology 6, 01339

  • (366) STRECKER, T., BARNARD, R.L., NIKLAUS, P.A., SCHERER-LORENZEN, M., WEIGELT, A., SCHEU, S., EISENHAUER, N. (2015) Effects of plant diversity, functional group composition, and fertilization on soil microbial properties in experimental grassland. PLoS One, 10 (5), e0125678

  • (367) THAKUR, M.P., MILCU, A., MANNING, P., NIKLAUS, P.A., ROSCHER, C., POWER, S., REICH, P.B., SCHEU, S., TILMAN, D., AI, F., GUO, H., JI, R., PIERCE, S., RAMIREZ, N.G., RICHTER, A.N., STEINAUER, K., STRECKER, T., VOGEL, A., EISENHAUER, N. (2015) Plant diversity drives soil microbial biomass carbon in grasslands irrespective of global environmental change factors. Global Change Biology 21, 4076-4085.

  • (368) WEIDNER, S., KOLLER, R., LATZ, E., KOWALCHUK, G., BONKOWSKI, M., SCHEU, S., JOUSSET, A. (2015) Bacterial diversity amplifies nutrient-based plant-soil feedbacks. Functional Ecology 29, 1341-1349

  • (369) WRIGHT, A.J., EBELING, A., DE KROON, H., ROSCHER, C., WEIGELT, A., BUCHMANN, N., BUCHMANN, T., FISCHER, C., HACKER, N., HILDEBRANDT, A., LEIMER, S., MOMMER, S., OELMANN, I., SCHEU, S., STEINAUER, K., STRECKER, T., WEISSER, W., WILCKE, W., EISENHAUER, N. (2015) Flooding disturbances increase resource availability and productivity but reduce stability indiverse plant communities. Nature Communications 6, 6092

  • (370) YANG, N., SCHÜTZENMEISTER, K., GRUBERT, D., JUNGKUNST, H.F., GANSERT, D., SCHEU, S., POLLE, A., PENA, R. (2015) Impacts of earthworms on nitrogen acquisition from leaf litter by arbuscular mycorrhizal ash and ectomycorrhizal beech trees. Environmental and Experimental Botany 120, 1-7

  • (371) ZIEGER, S., EISSFELLER, V., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2015) Incorporation of carbon and nitrogen from leaf litter differing in structural compounds into soil microarthropods of a deciduous forest. Pedobiologia 58, 219-227

    2014

  • (322) BROSE, U., SCHEU, S. (2014) Into darkness: unravelling the structure of soil food webs. Oikos 123, 1153-1156

  • (323) BUTENSCHOEN, O., SCHEU, S. (2014) Climate change triggers effects of fungal pathogens and insect herbivores on litter decomposition. Acta Oecologica 60, 49-56

  • (324) BUTENSCHOEN, O., KRASHEVSKA, V.,. MARAUN, M., MARIAN, F., SANDMANN, D., SCHEU, S. (2014) Litter mixture effects on decomposition in tropical montane rainforests vary strongly with time and turn negative at later stages of decay. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 77, 121-128

  • (325) EHNES, R.B., POLLIERER, M.M., ERDMANN, G., KLARNER, B., EITZINGER, B., DIGEL, C., OTT, D., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S., BROSE, U. (2014) Lack of energetic equivalence in forest soil invertebrates. Ecology, 95 527-537.

  • (326) EITZINGER, B., UNGER, E.M., TRAUGOTT, M., SCHEU, S. (2014) Effects of prey quality and predator body size on prey DNA detection success in a centipede predator. Molecular Ecology 23, 3767-3776

  • (327) FERLIAN, O., SCHEU, S. (2014) Shifts in trophic interactions with forest type in soil generalist predators as indicated by complementary analyses of fatty acids and stable isotopes. Oikos 123, 1182-1191

  • (328) FERLIAN, O., CESARZ, S., MARHAN, S., SCHEU, S. (2014) Carbon food resources of earthworms of different ecological groups as indicated by 13C compound-speci?c stable isotope analysis. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 77, 22-30

  • (329) FISCHER, C., ROSCHER, C, JENSEN, B., EISENHAUER, N., BAADE, J., ATTINGER, S., SCHEU, S., SCHUMACHER, J., WEISSER, W.W., HILDEBRANDT, A. (2014) How do earthworms, soil texture and plant composition affect infiltration along an experimental plant diversity gradient in grassland? PLoSOne9(6):e98987

  • (330) GÜNTHER, B., RALL, B., FERLIAN, O., SCHEU, S., EITZINGER, B. (2014) Variations in prey consumption of centipede predators in forest soils as indicated by molecular gut content analysis? Oikos 123, 1192-1198

  • (331) HANDA, I.T., AERTS, R., BERENDSE, F., BERG, M.P., BRUDER, A., BUTENSCHOEN, O., CHAUVET, E., GESSNER, M.O., JABIOL, J., MAKKONEN, M., MCKIE, B.G., MALMQVIST, B., PEETERS, E.T.H.M., SCHEU, S., SCHMID, B., VAN RUIJVEN, J., VOS, V.C.A., HÄTTENSCHWILER, S. (2014) Consequences of biodiversity loss for litter decomposition across biomes. Nature 509, 218-221

  • (332) HEIDEMANN, K., HENNIES, A., SCHAKOWSKE, J., BLUMENBERG, L., RUESS, L., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2014) Free-living nematodes as prey for higher trophic levels of forest soil food webs. Oikos 123, 1199-1211

  • (333) HEIDEMANN, K., RUESS, L., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2014) Nematode consumption by mite communities varies in different forest microhabitats as indicated by molecular gut content analysis. Experimental and Applied Acarology 64. 49-60

  • (334) JOUSSET, A., BECKER, J., CHATTERJEE, S., KARLOVSKY, P., SCHEU, S., EISENHAUER, N. (2014) Biodiversity and species identity shape the antifungal activity of bacterial communities. Ecology 95, 1184-1190

  • (335) KLARNER, B., EHNES, R., ERDMANN, G., EITZINGER, B., POLLIERER, M.M., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2014) Trophic shift of soil animal species with forest type as indicated by stable isotope analysis. Oikos 123, 1173-1181

  • (336) KRASHEVSKA, V., SANDMANN, D., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2014) Moderate changes in nutrient input alter tropical microbial and protist communities and belowground linkages. ISME Journal 8, 1126-1134

  • (337) LANG, B., RALL, B., SCHEU, S., BROSE, U. (2014) Effects of environmental warming and drought on size-structured food webs. Oikos 123, 1224-1233

  • (338) LANGE, M., HABEKOST, M., EISENHAUER, N., ROSCHER, C., BESSLER, H., ENGELS, C., OELMANN, Y., SCHEU, S., WILCKE, W., SCHULZE, E.-D., GLEIXNER, G. (2014) Biotic and abiotic properties mediating plant diversity effects on soil microbial communities in an experimental grassland. PLoSOne 9(5): e96182.

  • (339) LEMANSKI, K., SCHEU, S. (2014) Incorporation of 13C labelled glucose into soil microorganisms of grassland: effects of fertilizer addition and plant functional group composition. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 69, 38-45

  • (340) LEMANSKI, K., SCHEU, S. (2014) Fertilizer addition lessens the flux of microbial carbon to higher trophic levels in soil food webs of grassland. Oecologia 176, 487-496

  • (341) LEMANSKI, K., SCHEU, S. (2014) The influence of fertilizer addition, cutting frequency and herbicide application on soil organisms in grassland. Biology and Fertility of Soils 51,197-205

  • (342) MARAUN, M., AUGUSTIN, D., MÜLLER, J., BÄSSLER, C., SCHEU, S. (2014) Changes in the community composition and trophic structure of microarthropods in sporocarps of the wood decaying fungus Fomitopsis pinicola along an altitudinal gradient. Applied Soil Ecology 84, 16-23

  • (343) OTT, D., DIGEL, C., KLARNER, B., MARAUN, M., POLLIERER, M., RALL, B., SCHEU, S., SEELIG, G., BROSE, U. (2014) Litter elemental stoichiometry and biomass densities of forest soil invertebrates. Oikos 123, 1212-1223

  • (344) OTT, D., DIGEL, C., RALL, B., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S., SEELIG, G., BROSE, U. (2014) Unifying elemental stoichiometry and metabolic theory in predicting species abundances. Ecology Letters 17, 1247-1256

  • (345) VALTANEN, K., EISSFELLER, V., BEYER, F., HERTEL, D., SCHEU, S., POLLE, A. (2014) Carbon and nitrogen fluxes between beech and their ectomycorrhizal assemblage. Mycorrhiza 24, 645-650.

  • (346) VON SALTZWEDEL, H., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S., SCHAEFER, I. (2014) Evidence for frozen-niche variation in a cosmopolitan parthenogenetic soil mite species (Acari, Oribatida). PLoS One 9(11):e113268

  • (347) WEHNER, K., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2014) Resource availability as driving factor of the reproductive mode in soil microarthropods (Acari, Oribatida). PLoSOne 9(8):e104243


    2013

  • (298) ALLAN, E., WEISSER, W.W., FISCHER, M., SCHULZE, E.-D., WEIGELT, A., ROSCHER, C., BAADE, J., BARNARD, R.L., BEßLER, H., BUCHMANN, N., EBELING, A., EISENHAUER, N., ENGELS, C., FERGUS, A.J.F., GLEIXNER, G., GUBSCH, M., HALLE, S., KLEIN, A.M., KERTSCHER, I., KUU, A., LANGE, M., LE ROUX, X., MEYER, S.T., MIGUNOVA, V.D., MILCU, A., NIKLAUS, P.A., OELMANN, Y., PA?ALI?, E., PETERMANN, J.S., POLY, F., ROTTSTOCK, T., SABAIS, A.C.W., SCHERBER, C., SCHERER-LORENZEN, M., SCHEU, S., STEINBEISS, S., SCHWICHTENBERG, G., TEMPERTON, V., TSCHARNTKE, T., VOIGT, W., WILCKE, W., WIRTH, C., SCHMID, B. (2013) A comparison of the strength of biodiversity effects across multiple functions. Oecologia 173, 223-237

  • (299) CESARZ, S., FENDER, A.-C., BEYER, F., VALTANEN, K., PFEIFFER, B., GANSERT, D., HERTEL, D., POLLE, A., DANIEL, R., LEUSCHNER, C., SCHEU, S. (2013) Roots from beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) and ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) differentially affect soil microorganisms and carbon dynamics. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 61, 23-32

  • (300) CESARZ, S., RUESS, L., JACOB, M., JACOB, A., SCHAEFER, M., SCHEU, S. (2013) Tree species diversity versus tree species identity: Driving forces in structuring forest food webs as indicated by soil nematodes. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 62, 36-45

  • (301) DÖLL, K., CHATTERJEE, S., SCHEU, S., KARLOVSKY, P., ROHLFS, M. (2013) Fungal metabolite plasticity and sexual development mediate induced resistence to arthropod fungivory. Proceedings of the Royal Society B ? Biological Sciences 280, 20131219

  • (302) EISENHAUER, N., SCHULZ, W., SCHEU, S., JOUSSET, A. (2013) Niche dimensionality links biodiversity and invasibility of microbial communities. Functional Ecology 27, 282-288
    Featured in Functional Spotlight: Clark, G.F. (2013) Biodiversity ? invisibility mechanisms are mediated by niche dimensionality. Functional Ecology 27, 5-6

  • (303) EISSFELLER, V., BEYER, F., VALTANEN, K., HERTEL, D., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2013) Incorporation of plant carbon and microbial nitrogen into the rhizosphere food web of beech and ash. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 62, 76-81

  • (304) EISSFELLER, V., LANGENBRUCH, C., JACOB, A., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2013) Tree identity surpasses tree diversity in affecting the community structure of oribatid mites (Oribatida) of deciduous temperate forests. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 63, 154-162

  • (305) EITZINGER, B., MICIC, A., KÖRNER, M., TRAUGOTT, M., SCHEU, S. (2013) Unveiling soil food web links: New PCR assays for detection of prey DNA in the gut of soil arthropod predators. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57, 943-945

  • *(306) HAMER, U., POTTHAST, K., WILCKE, W., WULLAERT, H., VALAREZO, C., SANDMANN, D., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S., HOMEIER, J., (2013) Future regulating (supporting) services: Matter turnover and nutrient additions. In: BENDIX, J., BECK, E., BRÄUNING, A., MAKESCHIN, F., MOSANDL, R., SCHEU, S., WILCKE, W. (eds) Ecosystem services, biodiversity and environmental change in a tropical mountain ecosystem of south Ecuador. Ecological Studies 221, Springer, New York, pp. 297-313

  • (307) HENKE, C., NICKEL, H., SCHEU, S., SCHAEFER, I., (2013) Evidence for Wolbachia in leafhoppers of the genus Eupteryx (Hemiptera, Cicadellidae, Typhlocybinae) with intersexual morphotypes. Bulletin of Insectology 66, 109-118

  • (308) JOUSSET, A., EISENHAUER, N., MATERNE, E., SCHEU, S. (2013) Evolutionary history predicts the stability of cooperation in microbial communities. Nature Communications 4, 2573

  • (309) JOUSSET, A., SCHULDES, J., KEEL, J., MAURHOFER, M., DANIEL, R., SCHEU, S., THUERMER, A. (2014) Full genome sequence of the plant-growth promoting bacterium Pseudomonas protegens CHA0. Genome Announcement genomeA00322-14R1

  • (310) KLARNER, B., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2013) Trophic diversity and niche partitioning in a species rich predator guilde ? Natural variations in stable isotope ratios (13C/12C, 15N/14N) of mesostigmatid mites (Acari, Mesostigmata) from Central European beech forests. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57, 327-333

  • (311) KOLLER, R., SCHEU, S., BONKOWSKI, M., ROBIN, C. (2013) Protozoa stimulate N uptake and growth of arbuscular mycorrhizal plants. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 65, 204-210

  • (312) KOLLER, R., ROBIN, C., BONKOWSKI, M., RUESS, L., SCHEU, S. (2013) Litter quality as driving factor for plant nutrition via grazing of protozoa on soil microorganisms. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 85, 241-250

  • (313) KOLLER, R., RODRIGUEZ, A., ROBIN, C., SCHEU, S.§, BONKOWSKI, M.§ (2013) Protozoa enhance foraging efficiency of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi for mineral nitrogen from organic matter in soil to the benefit of host plants. New Phytologist 199, 203-211 §authors contributed equal

  • (314) MARAUN, M., FRONCEK, S., MARIAN, F., SANDMANN, D., SCHEU, S. (2013) More sex at higher altitudes: Changes in the frequency of parthenogenesis in oribatid mites in tropical montane rain forests. Pedobiologia 56, 185-190.

  • (315) MILCU, A., ALLAN, E., ROSCHER, C., JENKINS, T., MEYER, S.T., FLYNN, D., BESSLER, H., BUSCOT, F., ENGELS, C., GUBSCH, M., KÖNIG, S., LIPOWSKY, A., LORANGER, J., RENKER, C., SCHERBER, C., SCHMID, B., THÉBAULT, E., WUBET, T., WEISSER, W.W., SCHEU, S., EISENHAUER N. (2013) Functionally and phylogenetically diverse plant communities key to soil biota. Ecology 94, 1878-1885

  • (316) MÜLLER, S.A., SCHEU, S., JOUSSET, A. (2013) Protozoa drive the dynamics of culturable biocontrol bacteria. PLoS One 8(6): e66200

  • (317) PERES, G., CLUZEAU, D., MENASSERI, S., SOUSSANA, J.F., BESSLER, H., ENGELS, C., HABEKOST, M., GLEIXNER, G., WEIGELT, A., WEISSER, W.W., SCHEU, S., EISENHAUER, N. (2013) Mechanisms linking plant community properties to soil aggregate stability in an experimental grassland plant diversity gradient. Plant and Soil, 373, 285-299

  • *(318) RILLIG, M., CAMENZIND, T., GAWLIK, J., HAUG, I., KRASHEVSKA, V., MARAUN, M., SANDMANN, D., SCHEU, S. (2013) Diversity in soil fungi, protists and microarthropods. In: BENDIX, J., BECK, E., BRÄUNING, A., MAKESCHIN, F., MOSANDL, R., SCHEU, S., WILCKE, W. (eds) Ecosystem services, biodiversity and environmental change in a tropical mountain ecosystem of south Ecuador. Ecological Studies 221, Springer, New York, pp. 81-92

  • (319) ROSENBERGER, M., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S., SCHAEFER, I. (2013) Pre- and post-glacial diversifications shape genetic complexity of a soil-living microarthropod. Pedobiologia 56, 79-87

  • (320) TARKKA, M.T., HERRMANN, S., WUBET, T., FELDHAHN, L., RECHT, S., KURTH, F., MAILÄNDER, S., BÖNN, M., NEEF, M., ANGAY, O., BACHT, M., GRAF, M., MABOREKE, H., FLEISCHMANN, F., GRAMS, T.E.E., RUESS, L., SCHÄDLER, M., BRANDL, R., SCHEU, S, SCHREY, S.D., GROSSE, I., BUSCOT, F. (2013) OakContigDF159.1, a reference library for studying differential gene expression in Quercus robur L. during controlled biotic interactions: use for quantitative transcriptomic profiling of oak roots in ectomycorrhizal symbiosis. New Phytologist 199, 529-540

  • *(321) WERNER, F., BREHM, G., JANTZ, N., KRASHEVSKA, V., PETERS, T., BEHLING, H., MARAUN, M., SCHEU S. (2013) Future preserving ecosystem services: Climate change effects on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. In: BENDIX, J., BECK, E., BRÄUNING, A., MAKESCHIN, F., MOSANDL, R., SCHEU, S., WILCKE, W. (eds) Ecosystem services, biodiversity and environmental change in a tropical mountain ecosystem of south Ecuador. Ecological Studies 221, Springer, New York, 247-263


    2012


  • (275) BECKER, J., EISENHAUER, N., SCHEU, S., JOUSSET, A. (2012) Increasing antagonistic interactions cause bacterial communities to collapse at high diversity. Ecology Letters 15, 468-474

  • (276) BIRKHOFER, K., SCHÖ¦NING, I., ALT, F., HEROLD, N., KLARNER, B., MARAUN, M., MARHAN, S., OELMANN, Y., WUBET, T., YURKOV, A., BEGEROW, D., BERNER, D., BUSCOT, F., DANIEL, R., DIEKÖTTER, T., EHNES, R.B., ERDMANN, G., FISCHER, C., FOESEL, B., GROH, J., GUTKNECHT, J., KANDELER, E., LANG, C., LOHAUS, G., MEYER, A., NACKE, H., NÖTHER, A., OVERMANN, J., POLLE, A., POLLIERER, M.M., SCHEU, S., SCHLOTER, M., SCHULZE, E.-D., SCHULZE, W., WEINERT, J., WEISSER, W.W., WOLTERS, V., SCHRUMPF, M. (2012) General relationships between abiotic soil properties and soil biota across spatial scales and different land-use types. PLoS ONE 7(8): e43292.

  • (277) EISENHAUER, N., SCHEU, S., JOUSSET, A. (2012) Bacterial diversity stabilizes community productivity. PLoS One 7(3), e34517

  • (278) EISENHAUER, N., REICH, P.B., SCHEU, S. (2012) Increasing plant diversity effects on productivity with time due to delayed soil biota effects on plants. Basic and Applied Ecology 13, 571-578

  • (279) ERDMANN, G., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2012) Regional rather than local factors associated with forest type drive the community structure of soil living oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatida). Experimental and Applied Acarology 57, 157-169

  • (280) FERLIAN, O., SCHEU, S., POLLIERER, M. (2012) Trophic interactions in centipedes (Chilopoda, Myriapoda) as indicated by fatty acid patterns: variations with life stage, forest age and season. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 52, 33-42

  • (281) HOMEIER, J., HERTEL, D., CAMENZIND, T., CUMBICUS, N.L., MARAUN, M., MARTINSON, G.O., POMA, N.L., RILLIG, M.C., SANDMANN, D., SCHEU, S., VELDKAMP, E., WILCKE, W., WULLAERT, H., LEUSCHNER, C. (2012) Tropical Andean forests are highly susceptible to nutrient inputs ? Rapid effects of experimental N and P addition to an Ecuadorian montane forest. PLoS One 7(10): e47128

  • (282) KRAMER, S., MARHAN, S., RUESS, L., ARMBRUSTER, W., BUTENSCHOEN, O., HASLWIMMER, H., KUZYAKOV, Y., PAUSCH, J., SCHOENE, J., SCHEUNEMANN, N., SCHMALWASSER, A., TOTSCHE, K.U., WALKER, F., SCHEU, S., KANDELER, E. (2012) Carbon flow into microbial and fungal biomass as a basis to understand the belowground food web in an agroecosystem. Pedobiologia 55, 111-119

  • (283) KRASHEVSKA, V., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2012) How does litter quality affect the community of soil protists (testate amoebae) of tropical montane rainforests? FEMS Microbiology and Ecology 80, 603-607

  • (284) KRASHEVSKA, V., SANDMANN, D., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2012) Consequences of exclusion of precipitation on microorganisms and microbial consumers in montane tropical rain forests. Oecologia 170, 1067-1076

  • (285) LATZ, E., EISENHAUER, N., RALL, B.C., ALLAN, E., ROSCHER, C., SCHEU, S., JOUSSET, A. (2012) Plant diversity improves protection against soil-borne pathogens by fostering antagonistic bacterial communities. Journal of Ecology 100, 597-604; highlighted in The Scientist (http://the-scientist.com/2012/09/01/down-and-dirty/)

  • (286) LUMMER, D., SCHEU, S., BUTENSCHOEN (2012) Connecting litter quality, microbial community and nitrogen transfer mechanisms in decomposing litter mixtures. Oikos 121, 1649-1655

  • (287) MARAUN. M., NORTON, R.A., EHNES, R.B., SCHEU, S., ERDMANN, G. (2012) Positive correlation between density and parthenogenetic reproduction in oribatid mites (Acari) supports the structured resource theory of sexual reproduction. Evolutionary Ecology Research 14, 311-323

  • (288) PACHL, P., DOMES, K., SCHULZ, G., NORTON, R.A., SCHEU, S., SCHAEFER, I., MARAUN, M. (2012) Convergent evolution of defense mechanisms in oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatida) shows no ?ghosts of predation past?. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 65, 412-420

  • (289) POLLIERER, M., DYCKMANS, J., SCHEU, S., HAUBERT, D. (2012) Carbon flux through fungi and bacteria into the forest soil animal food web as indicated by compoundspecific 13C fatty acid analysis. Functional Ecology 26, 978-990

  • (290) SABAIS, A.C.W., EISENHAUER, N., KÖNIG, S., RENKER, C., BUSCOT, F., SCHEU, S. (2010) Soil organisms shape the competition between grassland plant species. Oecologia 170, 1021-1032

  • (291) SCHARROBA, A., DIBBERN, D., HÜNNINGHAUS, M., KRAMER, S., MOLL, J., BUTENSCHOEN, O., BONKOWSKI, M., BUSCOT, F., KANDELER, E., KOLLER, R.,. KRÜGER, D., LUEDERS, T., SCHEU, S., RUESS, L. (2012) Effects of resource availability and quality on the structure of the micro-food web of an arable soil across depth. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 50, 1-11

  • (292) SCHNEIDER, F.D., SCHEU, S., BROSE, U. (2012) Body mass constraints on feeding rates determine the consequences of predator loss. Ecology Letters 15, 436-443

  • (293) SEIFERT, L., SCHEU, S. (2012) Linking aquatic and terrestrial food webs ? Odonata in boreal systems. Freshwater Biology 57, 1449-1457

  • (294) SONG, Y., SCHEU. S., DROSSEL, B. (2012) The ecological advantage of sexual reproduction in multicellular long-lived organisms. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25, 556-565

  • (295) SONG, Y., SCHEU. S., DROSSEL, B. (2012) Life histories and Cope?s rule from an explicit resource?consumer model based on metabolic theory. Journal of Theoretical Biology 310, 175-182

  • (296) STOETEFELD, L., SCHEU, S., ROHLFS, M. (2012) Fungal chemical defence alters density-dependent foraging behaviour and success in a fungivorous soil arthropod. Ecological Entomology 37, 323-329

  • (297) VON BERG, K., TRAUGOTT, M., SCHEU, S. (2012) Scavenging and active predation in generalist predators: a mesocosm study employing DNA-based gut content analysis. Pedobiologia 55, 1-5


    2011

  • (249) BIRKHOFER, K., FLIEßBACH, A., WISE, D., SCHEU, S. (2011) Arthropod food webs in organic and conventional wheat farming systems of an agricultural long-term experiment: a stable isotope approach. Agriculture and Forest Entomology 13, 197-204

  • (250) BUTENSCHOEN, O., SCHEU, S., EISENHAUER, N. (2011) Interactive effects of warming, soil humidity and plant diversity on litter decomposition and microbial activity. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43, in press

  • (251) EISENHAUER, N., MIGUNOVA, V.D., ACKERMANN, M., RUESS, L., SCHEU, S. (2011) Changes in plant species richness induce functional shifts in soil nematode communities in experimental grassland. PLoSOne 6(9) e24087

  • (252) EISENHAUER, N., MILCU, A., ALLEN, E., NITSCHKE, N., SCHERBER, C., TEMPERTON, V., WEIGELT, A., WEISSER, W.W., SCHEU, S. (2011) Impact of above- and below-ground invertebrates on temporal and spatial stability of grassland of different diversity. Journal of Ecology 99, 572-582.

  • (253) EISENHAUER, N., MILCU, A., SABAIS, A.C.W., BESSLER, H., BRENNER, J., ENGELS, C., KLARNER, B., MARAUN, M., PARTSCH, S., ROSCHER, C., SCHONERT, F., TEMPERTON, V.M., THOMISCH, K., WEIGELT, A., WEISSER, W.W., SCHEU, S. (2011) Plant diversity surpasses plant functional groups and plant productivity as driver of soil biota in the long term. PLoSOne 6(1) e16055

  • (254) EISENHAUER, N., SABAIS, A.C.W., SCHEU, S. (2011) Collembola species composition and diversity effects on ecosystem functioning vary with plant functional group identity. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43, 1697-1704

  • (255) EISENHAUER, N., YEE, K., JOHNSON, E.A., MARAUN, M., PARKINSON, D., STRAUBE, D., SCHEU, S. (2011) Positive relationship between herbaceous layer diversity and the performance of soil biota in a temperate forest. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43, 462-465

  • (256) ENDLWEBER, K., KROME, K., WELZL, G., SCHÄFFNER, A.R. SCHEU, S. (2011) Decomposer animals induce differential expression of defence and auxin responsive genes in plants. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43, 1130-1138

  • (257) HAUBERT, D., POLLIERER, M., SCHEU, S. (2011) Fatty acid patterns as biomarker for trophic interactions: changes after dietary switch and starvation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43, 490-494

  • (258) HEIDEMANN, K., SCHEU, S., RUESS, L., MARAUN, M. (2011) Molecular detection of nematode predation and scavenging in oribatid mites: Laboratory and field experiments. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43, 2229-2236

  • (259) HENKES, G.J., JOUSSET, A., BONKOWSKI, M., THORPE, M.R., SCHEU, S., LANOUE, A., SCHURR, U., RÖSE, U.S.R. (2011) Pseudomonas fluorescens CH0 maintains carbon delivery to Fusarium graminearum-infected roots and prevents reduction in biomass of barley shoots through systemic interactions. Journal of Experimental Botany 62, 4337-4344

  • (260) JOUSSET, A., ROCHAT, L., LANOUE, A., BONKOWSKI, M., KEEL, C., SCHEU, S. (2011) Plants respond to pathogen infection by enhancing the antifungal gene expression of root-associated bacteria. Molecular Plant - Microbe Interactions 24, 352-356

  • (261) JOUSSET, A., SCHULZ, W., SCHEU, S., EISENHAUER, N. (2011) Intraspecific genotypic richness and relatedness predict the invasibility of microbial communities. ISME Journal 2011, 1108-1114

  • (262) JOUSSET, A., SCHMID, B., SCHEU, S., EISENHAUER, N. (2011) Genotypic richness and dissimilarity opposingly affect ecosystem functioning. Ecology Letters 14, 537-545

  • (263) KÖNIG, T., KAUFMANN, R., SCHEU, S. (2011) The formation of terrestrial food webs in glacier foreland: Evidence for the pivotal role of decomposer prey and intraguild predation. Pedobiologia 54, 147-152

  • (265) MARAUN, M.,ERDMANN, G., FISCHER, B.M., POLLIERER, M.M., NORTON, R.A., SCHNEIDER, K., SCHEU, S. (2011) Stable isotopes revisited: Their use and limits for oribatid mite trophic ecology. Soil Biology and Biochemistry43, 877-882

  • (267) MILCU, A., HEIM, A., ELLIS, R.J., SCHEU, S., MANNING, P. (2011) Identification of general patterns of nutrients and labile carbon control on soil carbon dynamics across a successional gradient. Ecosystems 14, 710-719

  • (268) NEIDIG, N., PAUL, R.J., SCHEU, S., JOUSSET, A. (2011) Secondary metabolites of soil Pseudomonas fluorescens CHA0 drive complex non-trophic interactions with bacterivorous nematodes. Microbial Ecology DOI 10.1007/s00248-011-9821-z

  • (269) SABAIS, A.C.W., SCHEU, S., EISENHAUER, N. (2011) Plant species richness drives the density and diversity of Collembola in temperate grassland. Acta Oecologica 37, 195-202

  • (270) SONG, Y., SCHEU, S., DROSSEL, B. (2011) Geographic parthenogenesis in a consumer-resource model for sexual reproduction. Journal of Theoretical Biology 273, 55-62

  • (271) SONG, Y., DROSSEL, B., SCHEU, S. (2011) Tangled Bank dismissed too early. Oikos 120, 1601-1607

  • (272) STAADEN, S., MILCU, A., ROHLFS, M., SCHEU, S. (2011) Olfactory cues associated with fungal grazing intensity and secondary metabolite pathway modulate Collembola foraging behaviour. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43, 1411-1416

  • (273) UVAROV, A.V., TIUNOV, A.V., SCHEU, S. (2011) Effects of seasonal and diurnal temperature fluctuations on population dynamics of two epigeic earthworm species in forest soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43, 559-570

    2010

  • (221) ASSHOFF, R., SCHEU, S., EISENHAUER, N. (2010) Different earthworm ecological groups interactively impact seedling establishment. Europen Journal of Soil Biology 46, 330-334

  • (222) BEZEMER, T.M., FOUNTAIN, M.T., BAREA, J.M., CHRISTENSEN, S., DEKKER, S.C., VAN HAL, R., HARVEY, J.A., HEDLUND, K., MARAUN, M., MIKOLA, J., MLADENOV, A.G., ROBIN, C., DE RUITER, P.C., SCHEU, S., SETÄLÄ, H., ŠMILAUER, P., VAN DER PUTTEN W.H. (2010) Divergent composition but similar function of soil food webs of individual plants: plant species and community effects. Ecology 91, 3027-3036

  • (223) BIRKHOFER, K., SCHEU, S., WIEGAND, W. (2010) Assessing spatiotemporal predator-prey patterns in heterogeneous habitats. Basic and Applied Ecology 11, 486-494

  • (224) EISENHAUER, N., BUTENSCHOEN, O., RADSICK, S.,SCHEU, S. (2010) Earthworms as seedling predators: Importance of seeds and seedlings for earthworm nutrition. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42, 1245-1252

  • (225) EISENHAUER, N., HÖRSCH, V., MOESER, J., SCHEU, S. (2010) Synergistic effects of microbial and animal decomposers on plant and herbivore performance. Basic and Applied Ecology 11, 23-34

  • (226) EISENHAUER, N., MILCU, A., BESSLER, H., ENGELS, C., GLEIXNER, G., HABEKOST, M., PARTSCH, S., SABAIS, A.C.W., SCHERBER, C., STEINBEISS, S., WEIGELT, A., WEISSER, W.W., SCHEU, S. (2010) Plant diversity effects on soil microorganisms support the singular hypothesis. Ecology 91, 485-496.

  • (227) EISENHAUER, N., SABAIS, A.C.W. MIGUNOVA, V., KLIER, M., GASS, S., ACKERMANN, M., NITSCHKE, N., RUESS, L., WEISSER, W.W., SCHEU, S. (2010) Impacts of nematicide application on nematode communities and feedbacks on plant productivity depend on grassland plant community characteristics. Acta Oecologica 36, 477-483

  • (228) EISENHAUER, N., SABAIS, A.C.W., SCHONERT, F., SCHEU, S. (2010) Soil insects beneficially rather than detrimentally impact plant performance in experimental grassland systems of different diversity. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42, 1418-1424

  • (229) FREYTH, K., JANOWITZ, T., NUNES, F., VOSS, M., HEINICK, A., BERTAUX, J., SCHEU, S., PAUL, R.J. (2010) Reproductive fitness and dietary choice behavior of the genetic model organism Caenorhabditis elegans under semi-natural conditions. Molecules and Cells 30, 347-353

  • (230) ILLIG, J., NORTON, R.A., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2010) Density and community structure of soil and bark living microarthropods along an altitudinal gradient in a tropical mountain rain forest. Experimental and Applied Acarology 52, 49-62

  • (231) JOUSSET, A., ROCHAT, L., SCHEU, S., BONKOWSKI, M., KEEL, C. (2010) Predator-prey chemical warfare determines the expression of biocontrol genes by rhizosphere Pseudomonas fluorescens. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 76, 5263-5268

  • (232) KRASHEVSKA, V., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2010) Micro- and macroscale changes in density and diversity of testate amoebae of tropical montane rain forests of southern Ecuador. Acta Protozoologica 49, 17-28

  • (233) KRASHEVSKA, V., MARAUN, M., RUESS, L., SCHEU, S. (2010) Carbon and nutrient limitation of soil microorganisms and microbial grazers in a tropical montane rain forest. Oikos 119, 1020-1028

  • (234) KROME, K., ROSENBERG, K., DICKLER, C., KREUZER, K., LUDWIG-MÜLLER, J., ULLRICH-EBERIUS, C., SCHEU, S., BONKOWSKI, M. (2010) Soil bacteria and protozoa affect root branching via effects on the auxin and cytokinin balance in plants. Plant and Soil 328, 191-201

  • (235) MILCU, A., THEBAULT, E., SCHEU, S., EISENHAUER, N. (2010) Plant diversity enhances the reliability of belowground processes. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42, 2102-2110

  • (236) NEIDIG, N., JOUSSET, A., NUNES, F., BONKOWSKI, M., PAUL, R.J., SCHEU, S. (2010) Interference between bacterial feeding nematodes and amoebae relies on innate and inducible mutual toxicity. Functional Ecology 24, 1133-1138

  • (237) OELBERMANN, K., SCHEU, S. (2010) Trophic guilds of generalist feeders in soil animal communities as indicated by stable isotope analysis (15N/14N). Bulletin of Entomological Research 100, 511-520

  • (238) POLLIERER, M., SCHEU, S., HAUBERT, D. (2010) Taking it to the next level: Trophic transfer of marker fatty acids from basal resource to predators. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42, 919-925

  • (239) PROULX, R., WIRTH, C., VOIGT, W., WEIGELT, A., ROSCHER, C., ATTINGER, S., BAADE, J., BARNARD, R.L., BUCHMANN, N., BUSCOT, F., EISENHAUER, N., FISCHER, M., GLEIXNER, G., HALLE, S., HILDEBRANDT, A., KOWALSKI, E., KUU, A., LANGE, M., MILCU, A., NIKLAUS, P.A., OELMANN, Y., ROSENKRANZ, S., SABAIS, A., SCHERBER, C., SCHERER-LORENZEN, M., SCHEU, S., SCHULZE, E.-D., SCHUMACHER, J., SCHWICHTENBERG, G., SOUSSANA, J.-F., TEMPERTON, V.M., WEISSER, W.W., WILCKE, W., SCHMID, B. (2010) Diversity promotes temporal stability across levels of ecosystem organization in experimental grasslands. PLoS One 5(10). e13382

  • (240) SCHAEFER, I., NORTON, R.A., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2010) Arthropod colonization of land – linking molecules and fossils in oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatida). Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution 57, 113-121

  • (241) SCHERBER, C., MWANGI, P.M., SCHMITZ, M., SCHERER-LORENZEN, M., BEßLER, H., ENGELS, C., EISENHAUER, N., MIGUNOVA; V.D., SCHEU, S., WEISSER, W., SCHULZE, E.-D., SCHMID, B. (2010) Biodiversity and belowground interactions mediate community invasion resistance against a tall herb invader. Journal of Plant Ecology 3, 99-108

  • (242) SCHERBER, C., EISENHAUER, N., WEISSER, W.W., SCHMID, B., VOIGT, W., FISCHER, M., SCHULZE, E.-D., ROSCHER, C., WEIGELT, A., ALLAN, E., BEßLER, H., BONKOWSKI, M., BUCHMANN, N., BUSCOT, F., CLEMENT, L.W., EBELING, A., ENGELS, C., HALLE, S., KERTSCHER, I., KLEIN, A.-M., KOLLER, R., KÖNIG, S., KOWALSKI, E., KUMMER, V., KUU, A., LANGE, M., LAUTERBACH, D., MIDDELHOFF, C., MIGUNOVA, V.D., MILCU, A., MÜLLER, R., PARTSCH, S. PETERMANN, J.S., RENKER, C., ROTTSTOCK, T., SABAIS, A., SCHEU, S., SCHUMACHER, J., TEMPERTON, V.M., TSCHARNTKE, T. (2010) Bottom-up effects of plant diversity on multitrophic interactions in a biodiversity experiment. Nature 468, 553-556.

  • (243) SCHEUNEMANN, N., SCHEU, S., BUTENSCHÖN, O. (2010) Incorporation of decade old soil carbon into the soil animal food web of an arable system. Applied Soil Ecology 46, 59-63

  • (244) SCHÜTZ, K., KANDELER, E., NAGEL, P., SCHEU, S., RUESS, E. (2010) Functional microbial community response to nutrient pulses by artificial groundwater recharge practice in surface soils and subsoils. FEMS Microbiology and Ecology 72, 445-455

  • (245) SONG, Y., DROSSEL, B., SCHEU, S. (2011) Temporal patterns of resource usage in an ecological model for sexual reproduction and geographic parthenogenesis. Evolutionary Ecology Research 12, 831-841

  • (246) VON BERG, K., THIES, C., TSCHARNTKE,T., SCHEU, S. (2010) Changes in herbivore control in arable weeds by detrital subsidies depend on predator species and vary in space. Oecologia 163, 1033-1042

  • (247) VUČIĆ-PESTIĆ, O., BIRKHOFER, K., SCHEU, S. BROSE, U. (2010) Habitat structure, predator interference and prey aggregation determine the functional response of a soil predator-prey interaction. Pedobiologia 53, 307-312

  • (248) WANG, Y., XU, J., SHEN, J., SCHEU, S., KE. (2010) Tillage, residue burning and crop rotation alter soil fungal community and water-stable aggregation in arable fields. Soil and Tillage Research 107, 71-79

    2009

  • (197) BUTENSCHOEN, O., JI, R., SCHÄFFER, A., SCHEU, S. (2009) The fate of catechol in soil as affected by earthworms and clay. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41, 330-339

  • (198) BUTENSCHOEN, O., MARHAN, S., LANGEL, R., SCHEU, S. (2009) Carbon and nitrogen mobilization by earthworms of different functional groups as affected by soil sand content. Pedobiologia 52, 263-272

  • (199) CHAHARTAGHI, M., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M., DOMES, K. (2009) Resource depletion and colonization: A comparison between parthenogenetic and sexual Collembola species. Pedobiologia 52, 181-189

  • (200) EISENHAUER, N., SCHUY, M., BUTENSCHOEN, O., SCHEU, S. (2009) Direct and indirect effects of endogeic earthworms on plant seeds. Pedobiologia 52, 151-162

  • (201) EISENHAUER, N., MILCU, A., SABAIS, A.C.W., BESSLER, H., WEIGELT, A., ENGELS, C., SCHEU, S. (2009) Plant community impacts on the structure of earthworm communities depend on season. Oecologia 161, 291-301

  • (202) EISENHAUER, N., KLIER, M., PARTSCH, S., SABAIS, A.C.W., SCHERBER, C., WEISSER, W.W., SCHEU, S. (2009) No interactive effects of pesticides and plant diversity on soil microbial parameters. Applied Soil Ecology 42, 31-36

  • (203) EISENHAUER, N., KÖNIG, S., SABAIS, A.C.W., RENKER, C., BUSCOT, F., SCHEU, S. (2009) Impacts of earthworms and vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza (Glomus intraradices) on plant performance are not interrelated. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41, 561-567

  • (204) EISENHAUER, N., STRAUBE, D., JOHNSON, E.A., PARKINSON, D., SCHEU, S. (2009) Exotic ecosystem engineers change the emergence of plants from the seed bank of a deciduous forest. Ecosystems 12, 1008-1019

  • (205) EISENHAUER, N., MILCU, A., NITSCHKE, N., SABAIS, A.C.W., SCHERBER, C., SCHEU, S. (2009) Earthworm and belowground competition effects on plant productivity in a plant diversity gradient. Oecologia 161, 291-301

  • (206) EISENHAUER, N., MILCU, A., SABAIS, A.C.W., SCHEU, S. (2009) Earthworms enhance plant regrowth in a grassland plant diversity gradient. European Journal of Soil Biology 45, 455-458

  • (207) ENDLWEBER, K., RUESS, L., SCHEU, S. (2009) Collembola switch diet in presence of plant roots thereby functioning as herbivores. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41, 1151-1154

  • (208) HAUBERT, D., BIRKHOFER, K., FLIEßBACH, A., GEHRE, M., SCHEU, S., RUESS, L. (2009) Trophic structure and major trophic links in conventional vs organic farming systems as indicated by carbon stable isotope ratios of fatty acids. Oikos 118, 1579-1589

  • *(209) HEETHOFF, M., NORTON, R.A., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2009) Parthenogenesis in oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatida) and their adaptation and evolution without sex. In: SCHÖN, I., MARTENS, K. (eds) Lost sex – evolution of ancient asexuals. Springer, New York, pp. 241-257

  • (210) JOUSSET, A., ROCHAT, L., PÉCHY-TARR, M., KEEL, C., SCHEU, S., BONKOWSKI, M. (2009) Predators promote defence of rhizosphere bacterial populations by selective feeding on non-toxic cheaters. ISME Journal 3, 666-674; featured in Nature Reviews Microbiology.

  • (211) KROME, K., ROSENBERG, K., BONKOWSKI, M., SCHEU, S. (2009) Grazing of protozoa on rhizosphere bacteria alters growth and fitness of Arabidopsis thaliana. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41, 1866-1873

  • (212) LOHMANN, M., SCHEU, S., MÜLLER, C. (2009) Decomposers and root feeders interactively affect plant defence in Sinapis alba. Oecologia 160, 289-298

  • (213) MARAUN, M., ERDMANN, G., SCHULZ G., NORTON, R.A., SCHEU, S., DOMES, K. (2009) Multiple convergent evolution of arboreal life in oribatid mites indicates the primacy of ecology. Proceedings of the Royal Society B – Biological Sciences 276, 3219-3227

  • (214) NGOSONG, C, RAUPP, J., SCHEU, S., RUESS, L. (2009) Low importance for a fungal based food web in arable soils under mineral and organic fertilization indicated by Collembola. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41, 2308-2317

  • (215) OELBERMANN, K., SCHEU, S. (2009) Control of aphids on wheat by generalist predators: effects of predator density and the presence of alternative prey. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 132, 225-231

  • (216) POLLIERER, M., LANGEL, R., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M., (2009) Compartmentalization of the soil animal food web as indicated by dual analysis of stable isotope ratios (15N/14N and 13C/12C). Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41, 1221-1226

  • (217) ROSENBERG, K., BERTAUX, J., KROME, K., HARTMANN, A., SCHEU, S., BONKOWSKI, M. (2009) Soil amoebae rapidly change bacterial community composition in the rhizosphere of Arabidopsis thaliana. ISME Journal 3, 675-684

  • *(218) SCHAEFER, M., MIGGE-KLEIAN, M., SCHEU, S. (2009) The role of soil fauna for decomposition of plant residues. In: Brumme, R., Khanna, P.K. (eds) Functioning and management of European Beech ecosystems. Ecological Studies (Springer, New York) 208, 207-230

  • (219) STRAUBE, D., JOHNSON, E.D., PARKINSON, D., SCHEU, S., EISENHAUER, N. (2009) Nonlinearity of effects of invasive ecosystem engineers on abiotic soil properties and soil biota. Oikos 118, 885-896

  • (220) VON BERG, K., THIES, C., TSCHARNTKE, T., SCHEU, S. (2009) Cereal aphid control by generalist predators in presence of belowground alternative prey: complementary predation as affected by prey density. Pedobiologia 53, 41-48

    2008

  • (165) AMENDT, I, SCHEU, S., DROSSEL, B. (2008) Influence of spatial structure on the maintenance of sexual reproduction. Journal of Theoretical Biology 254, 520-528

  • (166) BIRKHOFER, K., WISE, D.H., SCHEU, S. (2008) Subsidy from the detrital food web, but not microhabitat complexity, affects the role of generalist predators in an aboveground herbivore food web. Oikos 117, 494-500

  • (167) BIRKHOFER, K., FLIEßBACH, A., WISE, D.H., SCHEU, S. (2008) Generalist predators in organically and conventionally managed grass-clover fields: implications for conservation biological control. Annals of Applied Biology 153, 271-280

  • (168) BIRKHOFER, K., GAVISH-REGEV, E., ENDLWEBER, K., LUBIN, Y.D., VON BERG, K., WISE, D.H., SCHEU, S. (2008) Cursorial spiders retard initial aphid population growth at low densities in winter wheat. Bulletin of Entomological Research 98, 249-255

  • (169) BIRKHOFER, K., BEZEMER, T.M., BLOEM, J., BONKOWSKI, M., CHRISTENSEN, S., DUBOIS, D., EKELUND, F., FLIEßBACH, A., GUNST, L., HEDLUND, K., MÄDER, P., MIKOLA, J., ROBIN, C., SETÄLÄ, S., TATIN-FROUX, F., VAN DER PUTTEN, W.H., SCHEU, S. (2008) Long-term organic farming fosters below- and aboveground biota: Implications for soil quality, biological control and productivity. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40, 2297–2308

  • (170) BROSE, U., EHNES, R.B., RALL, B.C., VUČIĆ-PESTIĆ, O., BERLOW, E.L., SCHEU, S. (2008) Foraging theory predicts predator-prey energy fluxes. Journal of Animal Ecology 77, 1072-1078

  • (171) BUTENSCHOEN, O., MARHAN, M., SCHEU, S. (2008) Response of soil microorganisms and endogeic earthworms to cutting of grassland plants in a laboratory experiment. Applied Soil Ecology 38, 152-160

  • (172) DOMES, K., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S., CAMERON S.L. (2008) The complete mitochondrial genome of the sexual oribatid mite Steganacarus magnus: genome rearrangements and loss of tRNAs. BMC Genomics 9, 532

  • (173) EISENHAUER, N., SCHEU, S. (2008) Invasibility of experimental grassland communities: the role of earthworms, plant functional group identity and seed size. Oikos 117, 1026-1036

  • (174) EISENHAUER, N., SCHEU, S. (2008) Earthworms as drivers of the competition between grasses and legumes. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40, 2650-2659

  • (175) EISENHAUER, N., MARHAN, M., SCHEU, S. (2008) Anecic earthworms put to test: effects on wheat seed burial, seedling establishment, wheat growth and litter incorporation. Applied Soil Ecology 38, 79-82

  • (176) EISENHAUER, N., STRAUBE, D., SCHEU, S. (2008) Efficiency of two widespread non-destructive extraction methods under dry conditions for different ecological earthworm groups. European Journal of Soil Biology 44, 141-145

  • (177) EISENHAUER, N., MILCU, A., SABAIS, A.C.W., SCHEU, S. (2008) Animal ecosystem engineers modulate the diversity-invasibility relationship. PLoS ONE 3, e3489

  • (178) EKSCHMITT, K., KANDELER, E., POLL, C., BRUNE, A., BUSCOT, F., FRIEDRICH, M., GLEIXNER, G., HARTMANN, A., KÄSTNER, M., KOPINKE, F.-D., SCHEU, S., WOLTERS, V. (2008) Soil carbon preservation through biological constraints of decomposer activity. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 171, 27-35

  • (179) HAASE, J., BRANDL, R., SCHEU, S., SCHÄDLER, M. (2008) Above- and belowground interactions are mediated by nutrient availability. Ecology 89, 3072-3081

  • (180) HABEKOST, M., EISENHAUER, N., SCHEU, S., GLEIXNER, G. (2008) Seasonal changes of a microbial community in a grassland plant diversity gradient four years after establishment. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40, 2588-2595

  • (181) HAUBERT, D., HÄGGBLOM, M.M., SCHEU, S., RUESS, L. (2008) Effects of temperature and life stage on the fatty acid composition of Collembola. European Journal of Soil Biology 44, 213-219

  • (182) HERDLER, S., KREUZER, K., SCHEU, S., BONKOWSKI, M. (2008) Interactions between arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (Glomus intraradices, Glomeromycota) and amoebae (Acanthamoeba castellanii, Protozoa) in the rhizosphere of rice (Oryza sativa). Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40, 660-668

  • (183) ILLIG, J., SCHATZ, H., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2008) Decomposition and colonization by micro-arthropods of two litter types in a tropical montane rain forest in southern Ecuador. Journal of Tropical Ecology 24, 157-167

  • (184) JOUSSET, A., SCHEU, S., BONKOWSKI, M. (2008) Secondary metabolite production facilitates establishment of rhizobacteria by reducing both protozoan predation and the competitive effects of the indigenous bacteria. Functional Ecology 22, 714-719

  • (185) KE, X., SCHEU, S., (2008) Earthworms, Collembola and residue management change wheat (Triticum aestivum) and herbivore pest performance (Aphidina: Rhophalosiphum padi). Oecologia 157, 603-617

  • (186) KÖGEL-KNABNER, I., GUGGENBERGER, G., KLEBER, M., KANDELER, E., KALBITZ, K., SCHEU, S., EUSTERHUES, K., LEINWEBER, P. (2008) Organo-mineral associations in temperate soils: integrating biology, mineralogy and organic matter chemistry. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 171, 61-82

  • (187) KRASHEVSKA, V., BONKOWSKI, M., MARAUN, M., RUESS, L., KANDELER, E., SCHEU, S. (2008) Microorganisms as driving factors for the community structure of testate amoebae along an altitudinal gradient in tropical mountain rain forests. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 40, 2427-2433

  • *(188) MARAUN, M., ILLIG, J., SANDMANN, D., KRASHEVSKA, V., NORTON, R.A., SCHEU, S. (2008) Soil fauna. In: BECK, E., BENDIX, J., KOTTKE, I., MAKESCHIN, F., MOSANDL, R. (eds) Gradients in a tropical mountain ecosystem of Ecuador. Ecological Studies 198, Springer, Heidelberg, pp. 181-192

  • (189) MILCU, A., PARTSCH, M., SCHERBER, C., WEISSER, W., SCHEU, S. (2008) Decomposers and litter decomposition in a plant species and functional group diversity gradient. Ecology 89, 1872-1882

  • (190) OELBERMANN, K., LANGEL, R., SCHEU, S. (2008) The role of prey out of the decomposer system for generalist predators of grassland. Oecologia 155, 605-617

  • (191) SALAMON, J.-A., SCHEU, S., SCHAEFER, M. (2008) The Collembola community of pure and mixed stands of beech (Fagus sylvatica) and spruce (Picea abies) of different age. Pedobiologia 51, 385-396

  • (192) SCHUETZ, K., BONKOWSKI, M., SCHEU, S. (2008) Effects of Collembola and fertilizers on plant performance (Triticium aestivum) and aphid reproduction (Rhopalosiphum padi). Basic and Applied Ecology 9, 182-188

  • (193) SCHUETZ, K., DILL, A., NAGEL, P., SCHEU, S. (2008) Structure and functioning of earthworm communities in woodland flooding systems used for drinking water production. Applied Soil Ecology 39, 342-351

  • (194) SEEBER, S., SEEBER, G.U.H., LANGEL, R., SCHEU, S., MEYER, E. (2008) The effect of macro-invertebrates and plant litter of different quality on the release of N from litter to plant on alpine pastureland. Biology and Fertility of Soils 44, 783-790

  • (195) VON BERG, K., TRAUGOTT, M., SYMONDSON, W.O.C., SCHEU, S. (2008) Impact of abiotic factors on predator-prey interactions: DNA-based gut content analysis in a microcosm experiment. Bulletin of Entomological Research 98, 257-261

  • (196) VON BERG, K., TRAUGOTT, M., SYMONDSON, W.O.C., SCHEU, S. (2008) The effects of temperature on the detection of prey DNA in two species of carabid beetle. Bulletin of Entomological Research 98, 263-269

    2007

  • (145) BERTAUX, J., GLOGER, U., SCHMID, M., HARTMANN, A., SCHEU S. (2007) Routine fluorescence in situ hybridization in soil. Journal of Microbiological Methods 69, 451-460

  • (146) BIRKHOFER, K., SCHEU, S., WISE, D. (2007) Small scale spatial pattern of web-building spiders (Araneae) in alfalfa: relationship to disturbance from cutting; prey availability and intraguild interactions. Environmental Entomology 36, 801-810

  • (147) BUTENSCHOEN, O., POLL, C., LANGEL, R. KANDELER, E., MARHAN, S., SCHEU, S. (2007) Endogeic earthworms alter carbon translocation by fungi at the soil–litter interface. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 39, 2854-2864

  • (148) DOMES, K., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2007) Resources and sex: Soil re-colonization by sexual and parthenogenetic oribatid mites. Pedobiologia 51, 1-11

  • (149) DOMES, K., NORTON, R., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2007) Reevolution of sexuality brakes Dollo’s law. Proceedings of the Natural Academy of Science of the USA 104, 7139-7144

  • (150) DOMES, K., ALTHAMMER, M., NORTON, R.A., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2007) The phylogenetic relationship between Astigmata and Oribatida (Acari) as indicated by molecular markers. Experimental and Applied Acarology 42, 159-171

  • (151) EISENHAUER, N., PARTSCH, S., PARKINSON, D., SCHEU, S. (2007) Invasion of a deciduous forest by earthworms: Changes in soil chemistry, microflora, microarthropods and vegetation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39, 1099-1110

  • (152) ENDLWEBER, K., SCHEU, S. (2007) Interactions between mycorrhizal fungi and Collembola: effects on root structure of competing plant species. Biology and Fertility of Soils 43, 741-749

  • (153) ERDMANN, G., OTTE, V., LANGEL, R., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2007) The trophic structure of bark-living oribatid mite communities analysed with stable isotopes (15N, 13C) indicates strong niche differentiation. Experimental and Applied Acarology 41, 1-10

  • (154) HEETHOFF, M., DOMES, K., LAUMANN, M., MARAUN, M., NORTON, R.A., SCHEU, S. (2007) High genetic divergences indicate ancient separation of parthenogenetic lineages of the oribatid mite Platynothrus peltifer (Acari, Oribatida). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20, 392-402

  • (155) KRASHEVSKA, V., BONKOWSKI, M., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2007) Testate amoebae (protista) of an elevational gradient in the tropical mountain rain forest of Ecuador. Pedobiologia 51, 319-331

  • (156) LAUMANN, M., NORTON, R.A., WEIGMANN, G., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M., HEETHOFF, M. (2007) Speciation in the parthenogenetic oribatid mite genus Tectocepheus (Acari, Oribatida) as indicated by molecular phylogeny. Pedobiologia 51, 111-122

  • (157) MARAUN, M., SCHATZ, H., SCHEU S. (2007) Awesome or ordinary? Global diversity patterns of oribatid mites. Ecography 30, 209-216

  • (158) MARHAN, S., LANGEL, R., KANDELER, E., SCHEU, S. (2007) Use of stable isotopes (13C) for studying the mobilisation of old soil organic carbon by endogeic earthworms (Lumbricidae). European Journal of Soil Biology 43/1, S201-S208

  • (159) MARHAN S, KANDELER E, SCHEU S (2007) Phospholipid fatty acid profiles and xylanase activity in particle size fractions of forest soil and casts of Lumbricus terrestris L. (Oligochaeta, Lumbricidae). Applied Soil Ecology 35, 412-422

  • (160) POLLIERER, M., LANGEL, R., KÖRNER, C., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2007) The underestimated importance of belowground carbon input for forest soil animal food webs. Ecology Letters 10, 729-736; Featured in Science

  • *(161) POVEDA, K., STEFFAN-DEWENTER, I., SCHEU, S., TSCHARNTKE, T. (2007) Plant-mediated interactions between below- and aboveground processes: decomposition, herbivory, parasitism and pollination. In: Ohgushi T., Craig, T.P., Price, P.W. (eds) Indirect interaction webs: non trophic linkages through induced plant traits. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 147-163

  • (162) RUESS, L., SCHÜTZ, K., MIGGE, S., HÄGGBLOM, M.M., KANDELER, E., SCHEU, S. (2007) Lipid composition of Collembola and their food resources in deciduous forest stands – implications for feeding strategies. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 39, 1990-2000

  • (163) SCHEU, S., DROSSEL, B. (2007) Sexual Reproduction prevails in a world of structured resources in short supply. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 274, 1225-1231

  • (164) SCHNEIDER K, SCHEU S, MARAUN M (2007) Microarthropod density and diversity respond little to spatial isolation. Basic and Applied Ecology 8, 26-35

    2006


  • (118) ALBERS, D., SCHAEFER, M., SCHEU, S. (2006) Incorporation of plant carbon into the soil animal food web of an arable system. Ecology 87, 235-245

  • (119) BIRKHOFER, K., HENSCHEL, J.R., SCHEU, S. (2006) Spatial-pattern analysis in a territorial spider: evidence for multi-scale effects. Ecography 29, 641-648

  • (120) CHAHARTAGHI, M. SCHEU, S., RUESS, L. (2006) Sex ratio and mode of reproduction in Collembola of an oak-beech forest. Pedobiologia 50, 331-340

  • *(121) DEKKER, S.C. SCHEU, S., SCHRÖTER, D., SETÄLÄ, H., SZANSER, M., TRAAS T.P. (2006) Towards a new generation of dynamical soil decomposer food web models. In: De Ruiter, P., Wolters, V., Moore, J.C. (eds) Dynamic food webs: Multispecies assemblages, ecosystem development, and environmental change. Academic Press, Amsterdam, pp. 258-266

  • (122) ENDLWEBER, K., SCHÄDLER, M., SCHEU, S. (2006) Effects of above- and belowground insecticide applications on the Collembola community in a plant succession experiment. Applied Soil Ecology 31, 136-146

  • (123) ENDLWEBER, K., SCHEU, S. (2006) Establishing arbuscular mycorrhiza-free soil: A comparison of six methods and their effects on nutrient mobilization. Applied Soil Ecology 34, 276-279

  • (124) ENDLWEBER, K., SCHEU, S. (2006) Effects of Collembola on root properties of two competing ruderal plant species. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38, 2025-2031

  • (125) ERDMANN, G., FLOREN, A., LINSENMAIR, K.E., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2006) Little effect of forest age on oribatid mites on the bark of trees. Pedobiologia 50, 433-441

  • (126) FRELICH, L.E., HALE, C.M., SCHEU, S., HOLDSWORTH, A.R., HENEGHAN, L., BOHLEN, P.J., REICH, P.B. (2006) Earthworm invasion into previously earthworm-free temperate and boreal forests. Biological Invasions 8, 1235-1245

  • (127) HASSALL, M., ADL, S., BERG, M., GRIFFITHS, B.S., SCHEU, S. (2006) Soil fauna-microbe interactions: towards a conceptual framework for research. European Journal of Soil Biology 42, S54-S60

  • (128) HAUBERT, D., HÄGGBLOM, M.M., LANGEL, R., SCHEU, S., RUESS, L. (2006) Trophic shift of stable isotopes and fatty acids in Collembola on bacterial diets. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38, 2004-2007

  • (129) KREUZER, K., ADAMCZYK, J., IJIMA, M., WAGNER, M., SCHEU, S., BONKOWSKI, M. (2006) Grazing of common species of protozoa (Acanthamoeba castellanii) affects rhizosphere bacterial community composition and root architecture of rice (Oryza sativa L.). Soil Biology & Biochemistry 38, 1665-1672

  • (130) KUPFER, A.., LANGEL, R., SCHEU, S., HIMSTEDT, W., MARAUN, M. (2006) Trophic ecology of a tropical aquatic and terrestrial food web: insights from stable isotope data (15N). Journal of Tropical Ecology 22, 469-476

  • (131) MARHAN, M., SCHEU, S. (2006) Mixing of different mineral soil layers by endogeic earthworms affects carbon and nitrogen mineralization. Biology and Fertility of Soils 42, 308-314.

  • (132) MILCU, A., SCHUMACHER, J., SCHEU, S. (2006) Earthworms (Lumbricus terrestris) affect plant seedling recruitment and microhabitat heterogeneity. Functional Ecology 20, 261-268

  • (133) MILCU, A., PARTSCH, S., LANGEL, R., SCHEU, S. (2006) The response of decomposers (earthworms, springtails and microorganisms) to variations in species and functional group diversity of plants. Oikos 112, 513-524

  • (134) PARTSCH, S., MILCU, A., SCHEU, S. (2006) The role of decomposer animals (Lumbricidae, Collembola) for plant performance in model grassland systems of different diversity. Ecology 87, 2548-2558

  • (135) PESCHEL, K., NORTON, R., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2006) Do adult oribatid mites live in enemy-free space? Evidence from feeding experiments with the predatory mite Pergamasus septentrionalis. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 38, 2985-2989

  • (136) POVEDA, K., STEFFAN-DEWENTER, I., SCHEU, S., TSCHARNTKE, T. (2006) Belowground effects of organic and conventional farming on aboveground plant-herbivore and plant-pathogen interactions. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 113, 162-167

  • (137) RICKERS, S., LANGEL, R., SCHEU, S. (2006) Dietary routing from prey to offspring in a generalist predator: effects of prey quality. Functional Ecology 20, 124-131

  • (138) RICKERS, S., LANGEL, R., SCHEU, S. (2006) Stable isotope analyses document intraguild predation in wolf spiders (Araneae: Lycosidae) and underline beneficial effects of alternative prey and microhabitat structure on intraguild prey survival. Oikos 114, 471-478

  • (139) SALAMON, J., ALPHEI, J., RUF, A., SCHAEFER, M., SCHEU, S., SCHNEIDER, K., SÜHRIG, A., MARAUN, M. (2006) Transitory dynamic effects in the soil invertebrate community in a temperate deciduous forest: effects of resource quality. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 38, 209-221

  • (140) SCHAEFER, I., DOMES, K., SCHNEIDER, K., HEETHOFF, M., NORTON, R.A., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2006) No evidence for ’Meselson effect’ in oribatid mites. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19, 184-193

  • (141) SCHERBER, C., MILCU, A., PARTSCH, S., SCHEU, S., WEISSER, W. (2006) The effects of plant diversity and insect herbivory on performance of individual plant species in experimental grassland. Journal of Ecology 94, 922-931

  • (142) SEEBER, J., SCHEU, S., MEYER, E. (2006) Effect of macro-decomposers on litter decomposition and soil properties in alpine pastureland: a mesocosm experiment. Applied Soil Ecology 34, 168-175

  • (143) UVAROV AV, TIUNOV AV, SCHEU S (2006) Long-term effects of seasonal and diurnal temperature fluctuations on carbon dioxide efflux from a forest soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 38, 3387-3397

  • (144) WURST, S., LANGEL, R., RODGER, S., SCHEU, S. (2006) Effects of belowground biota on primary and secondary metabolites in Brassica oleracea. Chemoecology 16, 69-73

    2005

  • (100) CHAHARTAGHI, M., LANGEL, R., SCHEU, S., RUESS, L. (2005) Feeding guilds in Collembola based on nitrogen stable isotope ratios. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 37, 1718-1725

  • (101) HÄTTENSCHWILER, S., TIUNOV, A.V., SCHEU, S. (2005) Biodiversity and litter decomposition in terrestrial ecosystems. Annual Review Ecology Evolution Systematics 36, 191-208

  • (102) HAUBERT, D., LANGEL, R., SCHEU, S., RUESS, L. (2005) Effects of food quality, starvation and life stage on stable isotope fractionation in Collembola. Pedobiologia 49, 229-237

  • (103) ILLIG, J., LANGEL, R., NORTON, R.A., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2005) Where are the decomposers? Uncovering the soil food web of a tropical montane rain forest in southern Ecuador using stable isotopes (15N). Journal of Tropical Ecology 21, 589-593

  • (104) MARHAN, S., SCHEU, S. (2005) Effects of sand and litter availability on organic matter decomposition in soil and in casts of Lumbricus terrestris L. Geoderma 128, 155-166

  • (105) MARHAN, S., SCHEU, S. (2005) The influence of mineral and organic fertilizers on the growth of the endogeic earthworm Octolasion tyrtaeum (Savigny). Pedobiologia 49, 239-249

  • (106) POVEDA, K., STEFFAN-DEWENTER, I., SCHEU, S., TSCHARNTKE, T. (2005) Effects of decomposers and herbivores on plant performance and aboveground plant-insect interactions. Oikos 108, 503-510

  • (107) POVEDA, K., STEFFAN-DEWENTER, I., SCHEU, S., TSCHARNTKE, T. (2005) Floral trait expression and plant fitness in response to below- and aboveground plant-animal interactions. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 7, 77-83

  • (108) RICKERS, S., SCHEU, S. (2005) Cannibalism in Pardosa lugubris (Araneae, Lycosidae): effects of alternative prey, habitat structure, and density. Basic and Applied Ecology 6, 471-478

  • (109) RUESS, L., SCHÜTZ, K., HAUBERT, D., HÄGGBLOM, M.M., SCHEU, S. (2005) Application of lipid analysis to understand trophic interactions in soil. Ecology 86, 2075-2082

  • (110) RUESS, L., TIUNOV, A.V., HAUBERT, D., RICHNOW, H.H., HÄGGBLOM, M.M., SCHEU, S. (2005) Carbon stable isotope fractionation and trophic transfer of lipids in fungal based soil food chains. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 37, 945-953

  • *(111) SCHEU, S. (2005) Linkages between tree diversity, soil fauna and ecosystem processes. In: M. SCHERER-LORENZEN, C. KÖRNER, E.-D. SCHULZE (eds) Forest diversity and function: Temperate and boreal systems. Ecological Studies 176, 211-233

  • *(112) SCHEU, S., RUESS, L., BONKOWSKI, M. (2005) Interactions between micro-organisms and soil micro- and mesofauna. In: Buscot, F., Varma, A. (eds) Soil Biology, Volume 3 - Microorganisms in soils: Roles in genesis and functions. Springer, New York, pp. 253-275

  • (113) SEEBER, J., SEEBER, G.U.H., KÖSSLER, W., LANGEL, R., SCHEU, S., MEYER, E. (2005) Abundance and trophic structure of macro-decomposers on alpine pastureland (Central Alps, Tirol): effects of abandonment of pasturing. Pedobiologia 49, 221-228.

  • (114) TIUNOV, A.V., SCHEU, S. (2005) Arbuscular mycorrhiza and Collembola interact in affecting community composition of saprotrophic microfungi. Oecologia 142, 636-642

  • (115) TIUNOV, A.V., SCHEU, S. (2005) Facilitative interactions rather than resource partitioning drive diversity-functioning relationships in laboratory fungal communities. Ecology Letters 8, 618-625

  • (116) UVAROV, A.V., SCHEU, S. (2005) Effects of temperature regime on the regime on respiratory activity of the epigeic earthworm species Dendrobaena octaedra and Lumbricus rubellus (Lumbricidae). European Journal of Soil Biology 40, 163-167

  • (117) WURST, S., LANGEL, R., SCHEU S. (2005) Do earthworms change plant competition? A microcosm study. Plant and Soil 271, 123-130

    2004

  • (80) ALBERS, D., MIGGE, S., SCHAEFER, M., SCHEU, S. (2004) Decomposition of beech leaves (Fagus sylvatica) and spruce needles (Picea abies) in pure and mixed stands of beech and spruce. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 36, 155-164

  • (81) BOHLEN, P., SCHEU, S., HALE, C., MCLEAN, M.A., MIGGE, S., GROFFMAN, P., PARKINSON, D. (2004) Non-native invasive earthworms as agents of change in northern temperate forests. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2, 427-435

  • *(82) BONKOWSKI, M., SCHEU, S. (2004) Biotic interactions in the rhizosphere: effects on plant growth and herbivore development. In: WEISSER, W., SIEMANN, E. (eds) Insects and ecosystem functions. Ecological Studies 173. Springer, Berlin, pp. 71-91

  • (83) EGERT, M., MARHAN, S., WAGNER, B., SCHEU, S., FRIEDRICH, M.W. (2003) Molecular profiling of 16S rRNA genes reveals diet-related differences of microbial communities in soil, gut and casts of Lumbricus terrestris L. (Oligochaeta: Lumbricidae). FEMS Microbial Ecology 48, 187-197

  • (84) HAUBERT, D., HÄGGBLOM, M., SCHEU, S., RUESS, L. (2004) Effects of fungal food quality and starvation on the fatty acid composition of Protaphorura fimata (Collembola). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B 138, 41-52

  • (85) HEDLUND, K., GRIFFITHS, B., CHRISTENSEN, S., SCHEU, S., SETÄLÄ, H., TSCHARNTKE, T., VERHOEF, H.A. (2004) Trophic interactions in changing landscapes: responses of soil food webs. Basic and Applied Ecology 5, 495-503

  • (86) HEETHOFF, M., ETZOLD, K, SCHEU, S. (2004) Mitochondrial COII sequences indicate that the parthenogenetic earthworm Octolasion tyrtaeum (Savigny, 1826) constitutes of two lineages differing in body size and genotype. Pedobiologia 48, 9-13

  • (87) KREUZER, K., BONKOWSKI, M., LANGEL, R., SCHEU, S. (2004) Decomposer animals (Lumbricidae, Collembola) and organic matter distribution affect the performance of Lolium perenne (Poaceae) and Trifolium repens (Fabaceae). Soil Biology & Biochemistry 36, 2005-2011

  • (88) MARAUN, M., HEETHOFF, M., SCHNEIDER, K., SCHEU, S., WEIGMANN, G., CIANCIOLO, J., THOMAS, R.H., NORTON, R.A. (2004) Molecular phylogeny of oribatid mites (Oribatida, Acari): evidence for multiple radiations of parthenogenetic lineages. Experimental and Applied Acarology 33, 183-201

  • (89) PARKINSON, D., MCLEAN, M.A.., SCHEU, S. (2004) Impacts of earthworms on other soil biota in forest soils, with some emphasis on cool temperate montane forests. In: EDWARDS, C.A. (ed) Earthworm ecology, 2nd ed., CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp. 241-259

  • (90) RUESS, L., HÄGGBLOM, M.M., LANGEL, R., SCHEU, S. (2004) Nitrogen isotope ratios and fatty acid composition as indicators of animal diets in belowground systems. Oecologia 139, 336-346

  • (91) SALAMON, J.-A., SCHAEFER, M., ALPHEI, J., SCHMID, B., SCHEU, S. (2004) Effects of plant diversity on Collembola in an experimental grassland ecosystem. Oikos 106, 51-60

  • (92) SCHÄDLER, M., ALPHEI, J., SCHEU, S., BRANDL, R., AUGE, H. (2004) Resource dynamics in an early-successional plant community are influenced by insect exclusion. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 36, 1817-1826

  • (93) SCHEU, S., SIMMERLING, F. (2004) Growth and reproduction of fungal feeding Collembola as affected by fungal species and mixed diets. Oecologia 139, 347-353

  • (94) SCHEU, S., FOLGER, M. (2004) Single and mixed diets in Collembola: effects on reproduction and stable isotope fractionation. Functional Ecology 18, 94-102

  • (95) SCHNEIDER, K., MIGGE, S., NORTON, R.A., SCHEU, S., LANGEL, R., REINEKING, A., MARAUN, M. (2004) Trophic niche differentiation in soil microarthropods (Oribatida, Acari): evidence from stable isotope ratios (15N/14N). Soil Biology & Biochemistry 36, 1769-1774

  • (96) TIUNOV, A.V., SCHEU, S. (2004) Carbon availability controls the growth of detritivores (Lumbricidae) and their effect on nitrogen mineralization. Oecologia 138, 83-90

  • (97) UVAROV, A.V., SCHEU, S. (2004) Effects of temperature regime on the respiratory activity of developmental stages of Lumbricus rubellus (Lumbricidae). Pedobiologia 48: 365-371

  • (98) WURST, S., GUBASSA-DUGENA, D., SCHEU, S. (2004) Earthworms and litter distribution affect plant defensive chemistry. Journal of Chemical Ecology 30, 691-701

  • (99) WURST, S., GUBASSA-DUGENA, D., LANGEL, R., BONKOWSKI, M., SCHEU, S. (2004) Combined effects of earthworms and vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza on plant growth and aphid performance. New Phytologist 163, 179-176

    2003

  • (73) MARAUN, M., MIGGE, S., THEENHAUS, A., SCHEU, S. (2003) Adding to ‘the enigma of soil animal diversity’: fungal feeders and saprophagous soil invertebrates prefer similar food substrates. European Journal of Soil Biology 39, 85-95

  • (74) MARAUN, M., HEETHOFF, M., SCHEU, S., NORTON, R.A., WEIGMANN, G., THOMAS, R.H. (2003) Radiation in sexual and parthenogenetic oribatid mites (Oribatida, Acari) as indicated by genetic divergence of closely related species. Experimental and Applied Acarology 29, 175-187

  • (75) MARAUN, M., SALAMON, J.-A., SCHNEIDER, K., SCHAEFER, M., SCHEU, S. (2003) Oribatid mite and collembolan diversity, density and community structure in a moder beech forest (Fagus sylvatica): effects of mechanical perturbations. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 35, 1387-1394

  • (76) POVEDA, K., STEFFAN-DEWENTER, I., SCHEU, S., TSCHARNTKE, T. (2003) Effects of below- and above-ground herbivores on plant growth, flower visitation and seed set. Oecologia 135, 601-605

  • *(77) SCHEU, S. (2003) Effects of earthworms on plant growth: patterns and perspectives. Pedobiologia 47, 846-856 (Review)

  • (78) SCHEU, S., ALBERS, D., ALPHEI, J., BURYN, R., KLAGES, U., MIGGE, S., PLATNER, C., SALAMON, J.-A. (2003) The soil fauna community in pure and mixed stands of beech and spruce of different age: trophic structure and structuring forces. Oikos 101, 225-238 – Featured in Science 300

  • (79) WURST, S., LANGEL, R., REINEKING, A., BONKOWSKI, M., SCHEU, S. (2003) Effects of earthworms and organic litter distribution on plant performance and aphid reproduction. Oecologia 137, 90-96

    2002

  • (68) OELBERMANN, K., SCHEU, S. (2002) Effects of prey type and mixed diets on survival, growth and development of a generalist predator, Pardosa lugubris (Araneae: Lycosidae). Basic and Applied Ecology 3, 285-291

  • (69) OELBERMANN, K., SCHEU, S. (2002) Stable isotope enrichment (delta15N and delta13C) in a generalist predator (Pardosa lugubris): effects of prey quality. Oecologia 130, 337-344

  • (70) SCHEU, S. (2002) The soil food web: structure and perspectives. European Journal of Soil Biology 38, 11-20 (Review)

  • *(71) SCHEU, S., SETÄLÄ, H. (2002) Multitrophic interactions in decomposer food webs. In: Hawkins, B.A., Tscharntke, T. (eds.) Multitrophic level interactions. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 223-264 (Review)

  • (72) SCHEU, S., SCHLITT, N., TIUNOV, A.V., NEWINGTON, J.E., JONES, T.H. (2002) Effects of presence and community composition of earthworms on microbial community functioning. Oecologia 133, 254-260

    2001

  • (63) BONKOWSKI, M., JENTSCHKE, G., SCHEU, S. (2001) Contrasting effects of microbial partners in the rhizosphere: interactions between Norway Spruce seedlings (Picea abies Karst.), mycorrhiza (Paxillus involutus (Batsch) Fr.) and naked amoebae (Protozoa). Applied Soil Ecology 18, 193-204

  • (64) MARAUN M, ALPHEI J, BESTE P, BONKOWSKI M, BURYN R, MIGGE S, PETER M, SCHAEFER M, SCHEU S (2001) Indirect effects of carbon and nutrient amendments on the soil meso- and microfauna of a beechwood. Biology and Fertility of Soils 34:222-229

  • (65) MARTENS, H., ALPHEI, J., SCHAEFER, M., SCHEU, S. (2001) Millipedes and earthworms increase the decomposition rate of 15N-labelled winter rape litter in an arable field. Isotopes in Environment and Health Studies 37, 43-51

  • (66) SCHEU, S. (2001) Plants and generalist predators as mediators between the below-ground and the above-ground system. Basic and Applied Ecology 2, 3-13 (Review)

  • (67) TIUNOV, A., BONKOWSKI, M., ALPHEI, J., SCHEU, S. (2001) Microflora, Protozoa and Nematoda in Lumbricus terrestris burrow walls: a laboratory experiment. Pedobiologia 45, 46-60

    2000

  • (57) BONKOWSKI, M., CHENG, W., GRIFFITHS, B., ALPHEI, J., SCHEU, S. (2000) Microbial-faunal interactions in the rhizosphere and effects on plant growth. European Journal of Soil Biology 36, 135-147 (Review)

  • (58) HEETHOFF, M. MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2000) Genetische Variabilität der ribosomalen ITS1-Sequenzen bei der parthenogenetischen Hornmilbe Platynothrus peltifer (C.L. Koch, 1839). Berichte naturwissenschaftlich-medizinischer Verein Innsbruck 87, 339-354

  • (59) MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2000) The structure of oribatid mite communities (Acari, Oribatida): patterns, mechanisms and implications for future research. Ecography 23, 374-383

  • (60) SCHEU, S., FALCA, M. (2000) The soil food web of two beech forests (Fagus sylvatica) of contrasting humus form: stable isotope analysis of a macro- and mesofauna dominated community. Oecologia 123, 285-296. Featured in Trends in Ecology and Systematics 15 (2000).

  • (61) TIUNOV, A.V., SCHEU, S. (2000) Microfungal communities in soil, litter and casts of Lumbricus terrestris L.: A laboratory experiment. Applied Soil Ecology 14, 17-26

  • (62) TIUNOV, A.V., SCHEU, S. (2000) Microbial biomass, biovolume and respiration in Lumbricus terrestris L. cast material of different age. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 32, 265-276

    1999

  • (49) JOERGENSEN, R.G., SCHEU, S. (1999) Response of soil microorganisms to the addition of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus to a forest Rendzina. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 31, 859-866

  • (50) JOERGENSEN, R.G., SCHEU, S. (1999) Depth gradients in microbial and chemical properties in moder soils under beech and spruce. Pedobiologia 43, 134-144

  • (51) MARAUN, M., ALPHEI, J., BONKOWSKI, M., BURYN, R., MIGGE, S., PETER, M., SCHAEFER, M., SCHEU, S. (1999) Middens of the earthworm Lumbricus terrestris (Lumbricidae): microhabitats for micro- and mesofauna in forest soil. Pedobiologia 43, 276-287

  • *(52) SCHEU, S., ALPHEI, J., BONKOWSKI, M., JENTSCHKE, G. (1999) Soil food web interactions and ecosystem functioning: experimental approaches with systems of increasing complexity. In: N. RASTIN, J. BAUHUS (eds) Going underground – Ecological Studies in forest soils. Research Signpost, Trivandrum, India, pp. 1-32

  • (53) SCHEU, S., THEENHAUS, A., JONES, T.H. (1999) Links between the detritivore and the herbivore system: effects of earthworms and collembolans on plant growth and aphid development. Oecologia 119, 541-551

  • (54) THEENHAUS, A., SCHEU, S., SCHAEFER, M. (1999) Contramensal interactions between two collembolan species (Onychiurus furcifer and Heteromurus nitidus) as effected by availability of resources: population development and effects on soil processes. Functional Ecology 13, 238-246

  • (55) TIUNOV, A.V., SCHEU, S. (1999) Microbial respiration, biomass, biovolume and nutrient status in burrow walls of Lumbricus terrestris L. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 31, 2039-2049

  • (56) WOLTER, C., SCHEU, S. (1999) Changes in bacterial numbers and hyphal lengths during the gut passage through Lumbricus terrestris (Lumbricidae, Oligochaeta). Pedobiologia 43, 891-900

    1998

  • (43) BONKOWSKI, M., SCHEU, S., SCHAEFER, M. (1998) Interactions of earthworms (Octolasion lacteum), millipedes (Glomeris marginata) and plants (Hordelymus europaeus) in a beechwood on a basalt hill: implications for litter decomposition and soil formation. Applied Soil Ecology 9, 161-166

  • (44) JOERGENSEN, R.G., KÜNTZEL, H., SCHEU, S., SEITZ, D. (1998) Movement of faecal indicator organisms in earthworm channels under a loamy arable and grassland soil. Applied Soil Ecology 8, 1-10

  • (45) MARAUN, M., MIGGE, S., SCHAEFER, M., SCHEU, S. (1998) Selection of microfungal food by six oribatid mite species (Oribatida, Acari) from two different beech forests. Pedobiologia 42, 232-240

  • (46) MARAUN, M., VISSER, S., SCHEU, S. (1998) Oribatid mites enhance the recovery of the microbial community after a strong disturbance. Applied Soil Ecology 9, 175-181

  • (47) MIGGE, S., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S., SCHAEFER, M. (1998) The oribatid mite community (Acarina: Oribatida) of pure and mixed stands of beech (Fagus sylvatica) and spruce (Picea abies) of different age. Applied Soil Ecology 9, 115-121

  • (48) SCHEU, S., SCHAEFER, M. (1998) Bottom-up control of the soil macrofauna community in a beechwood on limestone: manipulation of food resources. Ecology 79, 1573-1585

    1997

  • (39) DYMOND, P., SCHEU, S., PARKINSON, D. (1997) Density and distribution of Dendrobaena octaedra (Lumbricidae) in an aspen and pine forest in the Canadian Rocky Mountains (Alberta). Soil Biology & Biochemistry 29, 265-273

  • (40) BECK, T., JOERGENSEN, R.G., KANDELER, E., MAKESCHIN, F., OBERHOLZER, H.R., NUSS, H.W., SCHEU, S. (1997) An inter-laboratory comparison of ten different ways of measuring soil microbial biomass C. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 29, 1023-1032

  • (41) SCHEU, S. (1997) Effects of litter (beech and stinging nettles) and earthworms (Octolasion lacteum) on carbon and nutrient cycling in beech forests on a basalt - limestone gradient: a laboratory experiment. Biology and Fertility of Soils 24, 384-393

  • (42) THEENHAUS, A., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (1997) Substrate-induced respiration in forest and arable soils measured by O2-microcompensation: moisture conditions and respiratory quotient. Pedobiologia 41, 449-455

    1996

  • (30) ALPHEI, J., BONKOWSKI, M., SCHEU, S. (1996) Protozoa, Nematoda and Lumbricidae in the rhizosphere of Hordelymus europaeus (Poaceae): Faunal interactions, response of microorganisms and effects on plant growth. Oecologia 106, 111-126

  • (31) MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (1996) Changes in microbial biomass, respiration and nutrient status of beech (Fagus sylvatica) leaf litter processed by millipedes (Glomeris marginata). Oecologia 107, 131-140

  • (32) MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (1996) Seasonal changes in microbial biomass and activity in leaf litter layers of beech (Fagus sylvatica) forests on a basalt - limestone gradient. Pedobiologia 40, 21-31

  • (33) SCHEU, S. (1996) Changes in the millipede (Diplopoda) community during secondary succession from a wheat field to a beechwood on limestone. In: GEOFFROY, J.J., MAURIÉS, J.-P., NGUYEN-DUYJAQUEMIN, M. (eds) Acta Myriapodologica. Mémoires du Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle (Paris) 169, 647-656

  • (34) SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M., BONKOWSKI, M., ALPHEI, J. (1996) Microbial biomass and respiratory activity in soil aggregates of different size from three beechwood sites on a basalt hill. Biology and Fertility of Soils 21, 69-76

  • (35) SCHEU, S., POSER, G. (1996) The soil macrofauna (Diplopoda, Isopoda, Lumbricidae and Chilopoda) near trunks in a beechwood on limestone: Effects of stemflow induced soil acidification on community structure. Applied Soil Ecology 3, 115-125

  • (36) SCHEU, S., SCHULZ, E. (1996) Secondary succession, soil formation and development of a diverse community of saprophagous soil macro-invertebrates and oribatids. Biodiversity & Conservation 5, 235-250

  • (37) THEENHAUS, A., SCHEU, S. (1996) Successional changes in microbial biomass and respiration in faecal material of the slug Arion rufus (Gastropoda). Soil Biology & Biochemistry 28, 569-577

  • (38) THEENHAUS, A., SCHEU, S. (1996) The influence of slug (Arion rufus) mucus and cast materials on microbial biomass, respiration and nutrient cycling in beech leaf litter. Biology and Fertility of Soils 23, 80-85

    1995

  • (25) ALPHEI, J., BONKOWSKI, M., SCHEU, S. (1995) Application of the selective inhibition method to determine bacterial : fungal ratios in three beechwood soils rich in carbon - Optimization of inhibitor concentrations. Biology and Fertility of Soils 19, 173-176

  • (26) JENTSCHKE, G., BONKOWSKI, M., GODBOLD, D.C., SCHEU, S. (1995) Soil protozoa and forest tree growth: Non-nutritional effects and interaction with mycorrhizae. Biology and Fertility of Soils 20, 263-269

  • (27) MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (1995) Influence of beech litter fragmentation and glucose concentration on the microbial biomass in three different litter layers of a beechwood. Biology and Fertility of Soils 19, 155-158

  • (28) SCHEU, S. (1995) Mixing of litter and soil by earthworms: Effects on carbon and nitrogen dynamics - a laboratory experiment. Acta Zoologica Fennica 196, 33-40

  • (29) SCHEU, S., PARKINSON, P. (1995) Successional changes in microbial biomass, respiration and nutrient status during litter decomposition in an aspen and pine forest (Canada, Alberta). Biology and Fertility of Soils 19, 327-323

    1994

  • (17) SCHEU, S. (1994) There is an earthworm mobilizable nitrogen pool in soil. Pedobiologia 38, 243-249

  • (18) SCHEU, S. (1994) The influence of earthworms (Lumbricidae) on nitrogen mobilization in different ecosystems on limestone. Mitteilungen des Hamburger Zoologischen Instituts und Museums 89/2, 129-137

  • (19) SCHEU, S., PARKINSON, D. (1994) Effects of earthworms on nutrient dynamics, carbon turnover, and microorganisms in soil from cool temperate forests of the Canadian Rocky Mountains - laboratory studies. Applied Soil Ecology 1, 113-125

  • (20) SCHEU, S., PARKINSON, D. (1994) Changes in the bacterial and fungal biomass C, bacterial and fungal biovolume and ergosterol content after drying, remoistening and incubation of different layers of cool temperate forest soils. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 26, 1515-1525

  • (21) SCHEU, S., PARKINSON, D. (1994) Effects of invasion of an aspen forest (Canada) by Dendrobaena octaedra on plant growth. Ecology 75, 2348-2361

  • (22) SCHEU, S., SCHAUERMANN, J. (1994) Decomposition of roots and twigs: Effects of wood type (beech and ash), diameter, site of exposure and macrofauna exclusion. Plant and Soil 163, 13-24

  • (23) SCHEU, S., SCHULZ, E. (1994) Simulation of mesofauna mediated changes in litter decomposition: Laboratory experiments with 14-C-labelled holocellulose. Pedobiologia 38, 353-360

  • (24) SCHULZ, E., SCHEU, S. (1994) Oribatid mite mediated changes in litter decomposition: Model experiments with 14C-labelled holocellulose. Pedobiologia 38, 344-352

    1993

  • (11) ALPHEI, J., SCHEU, S. (1993) Effects of biocidal treatments on biological and nutritional properties of a mull-structured woodland soil. Geoderma 56, 435-448

  • (12) SCHEU, S. (1993) Analysis of the microbial nutrient status in soil microcompartments: Earthworm faeces from a basalt - limestone gradient. Geoderma 56, 575-586

  • (13) SCHEU, S. (1993) Cellulose and lignin decomposition in soils of different ecosystems on limestone as affected by earthworm processing. Pedobiologia 37, 167-177

  • (14) SCHEU, S. (1993) Litter microflora - soil macrofauna interactions in lignin decomposition: a laboratory experiment with 14-C-labelled lignin. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 25, 1703-1711

  • (15) SCHEU, S., MCLEAN, M.A. (1993) The earthworm (Lumbricidae) distribution in Alberta (Canada). Megadrilogica 4, 175-180

  • (16) SCHEU, S., WIRTH, S., EBERHARDT, U. (1993) Decomposition of cellulose in litter and soil of a beechwood on limestone: Short- and long-term incubations with three 14-C-labelled cellulose substrates. Microbial Ecology 25, 287-304

    1992

  • (8) SCHEU, S. (1992) Decomposition of lignin in soil microcom¬partments: A methodical study with three different 14-C-labelled lignin substrates. Biology and Fertility of Soils 13, 160-164

  • (9) SCHEU, S. (1992) Automated measurement of the respiratory response of soil microcompartments: Active microbial biomass in earthworm faeces. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 24, 1113-1118

  • (10) SCHEU, S. (1992) Changes in the lumbricid coenosis during secondary succession from a wheat field to a beechwood on limestone. Proceedings of the 4th International Symposion on Earthworm Ecology, Avignon 1990; Soil Biology & Biochemistry 24, 1641-1646

    1991

  • (5) SCHEU, S. (1991) Mucus excretion and carbon turnover of endogeic earthworms. Biology and Fertility of Soils 12, 217-220

  • (6) SCHEU, S., WOLTERS, V. (1991) Buffering of the effect of acid rain on decomposition of C-14-labelled beech leaf litter by saprophagous invertebrates. Biology and Fertility of Soils 11, 285-289

  • (7) SCHEU, S., WOLTERS, V. (1991) The influence of fragmentation and bioturbation on the decomposition of carbon-14-labelled beech leaf litter. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 23, 1029-1034

    1990

  • (4) SCHEU, S. (1990) Changes in microbial nutrient status during secondary succession and its modification by earthworms. Oecologia 84, 351-358

    1987

  • (1) SCHEU, S. (1987) The role of substrate feeding earthworms (Lumbricidae) for bioturbation in a beechwood soil. Oecologia 72, 192-196

  • (2) SCHEU, S. (1987) The influence of earthworms (Lumbricidae) on the nitrogen dynamics in the soil litter system of a deciduous forest. Oecologia 72, 197-201

  • (3) SCHEU, S. (1987) Microbial activity and nutrient dynamics in earthworm casts (Lumbricidae). Biology and Fertility of Soils 5, 230-234




    Non-peer reviewed papers and abstracts

    2009

  • (57) MUNK, K. (Hrsg.) Taschenlehrbuch Biologie: Ökologie – Evolution. Kap. 1-4 mit Steidle, J.L.M., Brose, U. & Kronberg, I. Thieme, Stuttgart

    2008

  • (56) SCHEU, S. (2008) Stable isotopes as tools for food web analysis. In: Rossing, W.A.H., Poehling, H.-M., Van Helden, M. (Hrsg.) Landscape management for functional biodiversity. IOBC/wprs Bulletin 34, 93-96.

  • (55) SCHEU, S., ILLIG, J., EISSFELLER, V., KRASHEVSKA, V., SANDMANN, D., MARAUN, M. (2008) The soil fauna of a tropical mountain rainforest in southern Ecuador: structure and functioning. In: Gradstein, S.R., Homeier, J., Gansert, D. (Hrsg.) The tropical mountain forest – Patterns and processes in a biodiversity hotspot. Biodiversity and Ecology Series 2 (Universitätsverlag Göttingen), 79-96.

  • (54) MARAUN, M., DOMES, K., SCHAEFER, I., SCHEU, S. (2008) Molekulare Phylogenie von Oribatiden (Hornmilben). In: Jopp, F., Pieper, S. (Hrsg.) Bodenzoologie und Ökologie – 30 Jahre Umweltforschung an der Freien Universität Berlin. Peter Lang, Frankfurt, pp. 33-45.

    2007

  • (53) ILLIG, J., SANDMANN, D., SCHATZ, H., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2007) Oribatida (mites) - Checklist Reserva Biologica San Francisco (Prov. Zamora-Chincipe, S. Ecuador). Ecotropical Monographs 4, 221-230.

  • (52) KRASHEVSKA, V., BONKOWSKI, M., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2007) Testate amoebae – Checklist Reserva Biologica San Francisco (Prov. Zamora-Chincipe, S. Ecuador). Ecotropical Monographs 4, 231-236.

  • (51) SCHEU, S. (2007) Perspektiven ökologischer Forschung. In: Wägele, W. (Hrsg.) Höhepunkte der zoologischen Forschung im deutschen Sprachraum – Festschrift zur 100. Jahresversammlung der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft in Köln vom 21. bis 24. September 2007. Basilisken Presse, Marburg, pp. 309-320.

    2006

  • (50) PURTAUF, T. SCHEU, S. (2006) Nutrient and resource dynamics and food webs – Understanding the mutual relationships between the dynamics of food webs, resources, and nutrients. Introduction to chapter 5. In: De Ruiter, P., Wolters, V., Moore, J.C. (eds) Dynamic food webs: Multispecies assemblages, ecosystem development, and environmental change. Academic Press, Amsterdam, pp. 198-200.

    2005

  • (45) KOLLER, R., JUNG, K., SCHEU, S., ZIMMERMANN, G., RUTHER, J. (2005) Biocontrol of the forest cockchafer (Melolontha hippocastani): Experiments on the applicability of the “Catch and Infect”-Technique using a combination of attractant traps with the entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria brongniartii. IOBC/wprs Bulletin 28, 37-44

  • (46) SCHEU, S. (2005) Insecta, Insekten: Diptera, Zweiflügler. In Schaefer, M. (Hrsg.) Brohmer – Fauna von Deutschland, 22. Aufl. Quelle & Meyer, Wiebelsheim, pp. 538-594.

  • (47) SCHNEIDER, K., RENKER, C., SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (2005) Feeding biology of oribatid mites: a minireview. In: G. Weigmann, G. Alberti, A. Wohltmann, S. Ragusa (eds) Acarine Biodiversity in the Natural and Human Sphere. Phytophaga (Palermo) 14 (2004), 247-256.

  • (48) EISENHAUER, N., SCHEU, S. (2005) Invasion europäischer Lumbriciden in einen kanadischen Espenwald: Auswirkungen auf Bodenchemie, Mikroflora, Bodenmesofauna und Vegetation. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 107, 7-8.

  • (49) PARTSCH, S., MILCU, A., SCHEU, S. (2005) Einfluss von Regenwürmern und Collembolen auf Pflanzenperformance. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 107, 11-12.

    2004

  • (43) POVEDA, K., STEFFAN-DEWENTER, I., SCHEU, S., TSCHARNTKE, T. (2004) Influence of root and leaf herbivores on plant growth, flower visitation and seed set. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft für allgemeine und angewandte Entomologie 14, 59-62.

  • (44) SCHEU, S., DROSSEL, B. (2004) Komplexität und Stabilität von Nahrungsnetzen. In D. Ipsen, S. Schmidt (Hrsg.) Dynamik der Nachhaltigkeit. Metropolis Verlag, Marburg, pp. 43-69

    2003

  • (35) SCHEU, S., DROSSEL, B. (2003) Komplexität und Stabilität von Nahrungsnetzen. IANUS Arbeitsbericht, Technische Universität Darmstadt

  • (36) AUGE, H., KIESEL, B., LIEBER, A., BRANDL, R., SCHÄDLER, M., SCHEU, S., ENDLWEBER, K., ALPHEI, J. (2003) Pflanzen zwischen Insekten und Mikroben. UFZ - Umweltdforschungszentrum Leipzig-Halle in der Helmholzgemeinschaft: Forschen für die Umwelt, 4. Ausgabe, pp. 20-27

  • (37) RICKERS, S., WALLUS, M., SCHEU, S. (2003) The food web of a xeric grassland: effects of invasion of Cynodon dactylon (Poaceae). Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie 33, 147

  • (38) POVEDA, K., STEFFAN-DEWENTER, I., SCHEU, S., TSCHARNTKE, T. (2003) Effects of decomposers, below- and aboveground herbivores on plant growth and herbivore-parasitoid interactions. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie 33, 159

  • (39) PLATNER, C., SCHAEFER, M., SCHEU, S. (2003) Belowground effects of ants (Formicidae: Lasius flavus) on soil fauna and plant growth. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie 33, 166

  • (40) WURST, S., SCHEU, S. (2003) Earthworm effects on plant growth and competition. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie 33, 167

  • (41) SEEBER, J., MEYER, E., SCHEU, S. (2003) Abundance and trophic structure of macrofauna decomposers on alpine pastureland (Central Alps, Tyrol). Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie 33, 409

  • (42) PARTSCH, S., MILCU, A. SCHEU, S. (2003) Role of soil fauna for plant performance in a plant diversity gradient. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie 33, 418

    2002

  • (34) SCHEU, S. (2002) Biologische Vielfalt und Ökosystemfunktionen. In: HUMMEL, M., SCHEFFRAN, J,. SIMON, H.-R. (Hrsg.) Konfliktfeld Biodiversität. Agenda Verlag, Münster, pp. 43-57

    2001

  • (31) ALBERS D., ALPHEI J., SCHEU S., SCHAEFER, M. (2001) Trophische Diversität einer Ackerbodenzönose - Analyse der stabilen Isotope 13-C und 15-N. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 95, 3-6

  • (32) PLATNER C., SCHAEFER M., SCHEU S. (2001) Der Einfluss von Ameisen (Formicidae, Lasius flavus) auf den Boden und die mikrobielle Gemeinschaft trockener Brachwiesen. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 95, 84-87

  • (33) ALPHEI, J., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (2001) Der Einfluß experimentell manipulierter Faunendiversität auf die Gemeinschaftsstruktur freilebender Nematoden im Boden eines Mull-Buchenwaldes. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 95, 7-10

    1999

  • (28) SCHEU, S. (1999) Biologische Vielfalt und Ökosystemfunktionen. In: HUMMEL, M.E., SIMON, H.-R., SCHEFFRAN, J. (Hrsg.) Konfliktfeld Biodiversität: Erhalt der biologischen Vielfalt – Interdisziplinäre Problemstellung. IANUS Arbeitsbericht, Technische Universität Darmstadt, pp. 3-13

  • (29) MARAUN, M., SALAMON, J., ALPHEI, J., SCHEU, S. (1999) Der Einfluß zunehmender funktioneller Diversität von Bodentieren auf die Dichte von Collembolen, Oribatiden, Gamasinen und Nematoden im Boden eines Mull-Buchenwaldes: Laborexperimente in Mikrokosmen. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 89, 269-272

  • (30) PLATNER, C., SCHEU, S., SCHAEFER, M. (1999) Kurzfristige Auswirkungen kleinräumiger Klimaveränderungen auf Ameisen (Formicidae) und andere Bodentiere einer Grünlandbrache. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 89, 281-284

    1997

  • (25) ALBERS, D., MIGGE, S., SCHEU, S. (1997) Messung der mikrobiellen Atmung in Fichtenstreu über Substrat-induzierte Respiration: Methodische Grundlagen. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 85/II, 457-460

  • (26) MARAUN, M., MIGGE, S., SCHEU, S. (1997) Nahrungspräferenzen von Hornmilben. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 85/II, 553-556

  • (27) PLATNER, C., SCHAUERMANN, J., SCHAEFER, M., SCHEU, S. (1997) Die Bodenmakrofauna in Rein- und Mischbeständen von Buche (Fagus sylvatica) und Fichte (Picea abies) unterschiedlichen Alters. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 85/II, 575-578

    1996

  • (18) JENTSCHKE, G., BONKOWSKI, M., GODBOLD, D.L., SCHEU, S. (1996) Effects of protozoa on mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal spruce seedlings. In: AZCON-AGUILAR, C., BAREA, J.M. (Hrsg.) Mycorrhizas in integrated systems - From genes to plant development. European Commission, Luxembourg; pp. 642-645

  • (19) MARAUN, M., PETER, M., SCHEU, S. (1996) Sind Oribatiden und Collembolen in der Streu und im Boden eines Buchenwaldes (Fagus sylvatica) durch das Nahrungsangebot (Biomasse der Mikroorganismen) limitiert? Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 81, 145-148.

  • (20) MIGGE, S., ALBERS, D., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (1996) Oribatiden und Collembolen in einem Gradienten von Buche (Fagus sylvatica) zu Fichte (Picea abies): Mikrosukzession in alternder Streu und Beziehungen zur mikrobiellen Biomasse. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 81, 149-152

  • (21) PLATNER, C., SCHEU, S., SCHAUERMANN, J., SCHAEFER, M. (1996) Die Bodenfauna eines 30- und eines 120-jährigen Mischwaldes in einem Gradienten von Fichte (Picea abies) zu Buche (Fagus sylvatica). Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 81, 253-256

  • (22) SCHAEFER, M., SCHEU, S. (1996) Wie sind Ökosysteme organisiert? Natürliche Stoffkreisläufe und Eingriffe des Menschen. Akademie-Journal (Mitteilungsblatt der deutschen Akademien der Wissenschaften) 1/96, 29-37

  • (23) SCHAEFER, M., SCHEU, S. (1996) Animal oriented ecosystem research - the importance of long-term studies. Verhandlungen der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesllschaft 89.2, 189-203

  • (24) THEENHAUS, A., MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (1996) Messung der Substrat-induzierten Respiration in Wald- und Ackerböden über O2-Mikrokompensation: Feuchtebedingungen und respiratorischer Quotient. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 81, 105-108

    1995

  • (15) MARAUN, M., SCHEU, S. (1995) Die zellulolytische Aktivität der Mikroflora in Buchenlaubstreu (Fagus sylvatica) und in Kotpellets des Diplopoden Glomeris marginata. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 75, 129-132

  • (16) MARAUN, M., COENEN, H., BONKOWSKI, M., BURYN, R., ALPHEI, J., SCHEU, S. (1995) Bauten von Lumbricus terrestris als bedeutende Mikrohabitate im Waldboden. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 75, 115-118

  • (17) SCHEU, S. (1995) Bodenfauna und Bodenmikroflora in Buchenwäldern: Wechselwirkung von Populationen, Stoffflüsse und Pflanzenwachstum. Habilitationsschrift, Göttingen

    1994

  • (14) SCHAEFER, M., SCHEU, S., ALPHEI, J., BONKOWSKI, M., MARAUN, M. (1994) Anwendung der O2-Mikro-kompensation in der Bodenanalytik. In: Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur: Niedersächsische Hochschulen auf der HANNOVER MESSE ‚94 20.-27. April 1994, S. 11

    1993

  • (10) SCHEU, S., MARAUN, M. (1993) Streuzerkleinerung und Pelletierung von Buchenstreu durch saprophage Makroarthropoden: Einfluß auf den Nährstoffstatus der Mikroflora. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 71, 377-380

  • (11) ALPHEI, J., BONKOWSKI, M., SCHEU, S. (1993) Optimierung und Anwendung der selektiven Hemmung in drei kohlenstoffreichen Buchenwaldböden. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 71, 309-312

  • (12) KOCH, M., SCHEU, S. (1993) Mikrobielle Biomasse in Bodenaggregaten unterschiedlicher Größe eines Buchenwaldes nach Exposition im Freiland. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 71, 347-350

  • (13) MARAUN, M, SCHEU, S. (1993) Messung der mikrobiellen Biomasse in verschiedenen Streuhorizonten: Einfluß der Zerkleinerung. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 71, 361-364

    1992

  • (9) SCHAEFER, M., SCHEU, S. (1992) Bodentiergemeinschaften (Saprophage, Zoophage) als Abbild der standörtlichen Bedingungen. Berichte des Forschungszentrums Waldökosysteme B 31, 129-144

    1991

  • (7) SCHEU, S. (1991a) Der Einfluß von horizontalgrabenden Regenwürmern auf die Zersetzung von Polysacchariden. Berichte des Forschungszentrums Waldökosysteme B 22 , 344-346

  • (8) SCHEU, S., WOLTERS, V. (1991a) Influence of fragmentation and bioturbation on the decomposition of 14-C labelled beech leaf litter. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 23, 1029-1034

    1990

  • (6) SCHEU, S. (1990) Die saprophage Makrofauna (Diplopoda, Isopoda und Lumbricidae) in Lebensräumen auf Kalkgestein: Sukzession und Stoffumsatz. Berichte des Forschungszentrums Waldökosysteme A 57, 1-302

    1989

  • (2) SCHEU, S., SPRENGEL, T. (1989) Die Rolle der endogäischen Regenwürmer im Ökosystem Kalkbuchenwald und ihre Wechselwirkung mit saprophagen Makroarthropoden. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie 17, 237-243

  • (3) SCHEU, S., WOLTERS, V. (1989) Die Wirkung von simuliertem sauren Regen auf die Leistung von Lumbriciden. International Congress of Forest Decline Research: State of Knowledge and Perspectives; Friedrichshafen 1989; Poster Abstracts Vol. 2, 276

  • (4) POSER, T., SCHEU, S. (1989) Der Einfluß des Mikrostandortes „Stammfußbereich“ auf Struktur und Leistung der Bodenfauna eines Kalkbuchenwaldes. International Congress of Forest Decline Research: State of Knowledge and Perspectives; Friedrichshafen 1989; Poster Abstracts Vol. 2, 275-276

  • (5) WOLTERS, V., SPRENGEL, T., VANSELOW, M., SCHEU, S. (1989) Bodentiere als Steuergrößen für die Zusammensetzung und Leistungsfähigkeit der Zersetzergemeinschaft von Waldökosystemen - Perspektiven für einen integrierten Forschungsansatz. Berichte des Forschungszentrums Waldökosysteme A 49, 153-157

    1987

  • (1) WOLTERS, V., SCHEU, S. (1987) Die Wirkung von sauren Niederschlägen auf die Leistung von Bodentieren. Spezieller Bericht der Kernforschungsanlage Jülich 413, 336-340