Papers in peer-reviewed journals

1. Stützel, T. & O. Gailing. 1995. Blätter und Spreuschuppen bei Farnen, Unterschiede und Gemeinsamkeiten unter phylogenetischen und morphogenetischen Gesichtspunkten. Beitr. Biol. der Pflanzen 69: 17-29.

2. Gailing, O. 1995. Untersuchungen der Scheitelmorphologie bei Dryopteris-Arten und Athyrium filix-femina L. sowie der Verzweigung bei Athyrium filix-femina L. Beitr. Biol. der Pflanzen 69: 31-41.

3. Mix-Wagner, G. & O. Gailing. 1996. Der Einfluß verschiedener Zucker auf die Kallus- und Sproßbildung bei Zichorie (Cichorium intybus L. var. sativum). Landbauforschung Völkenrode 46: 1-4.

4. Gailing, O., E.-J. Hombergen, & K. Bachmann. 1999. QTL mapping reveals specific genes for the evolutionary reduction of microsporangia in Microseris (Asteraceae). Plant Biology 1: 219-225.

5. Gailing, O. & K. Bachmann. 1999. Comparative developmental study of the evolutionary reduction of adaxial microsporangia in Microseris bigelovii (Asteraceae). Plant Biology 1: 429-434.

6. Gailing, O. & K. Bachmann. 2000. The evolutionary reduction of microsporangia in Microseris (Asteraceae): transition genotypes and phenotypes. Plant Biology 2: 455-461.

7. Gailing, O. & K. Bachmann. 2002. QTL analysis reveals different and independent modes of inheritance for diagnostic achene characters in Microseris (Asteraceae). Organisms Diversity and Evolution 2: 277-288.

8. Gailing, O. & K. Bachmann. 2003. The anthers of Senecio vulgaris (Asteraceae): saltatory evolution caught in the act. Plant Systematics and Evolution 240:1-10.

9. Gailing, O. & K. Bachmann. 2003. QTL mapping reveals a two-step model for the evolutionary reduction of inner microsporangia within the asteracean genus Microseris. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 107:893-901.

10. Gailing, O., Wachter, H., Leinemann, L., Hosius, B., Finkeldey, R., Schmitt, H.-P. & J. Heyder. 2003. Characterisation of different provenances of late flushing pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.) with chloroplast markers. Allgemeine Forst und Jagdzeitung 174 (12): 227-231.

11. Pandey, M., Gailing, O., Leinemann, L. & R. Finkeldey. 2004. Genetic differentiation between natural forests and plantations of Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. in Nepal. Annals of Forest Science 61:603-606.

12. Pandey, M., Gailing, O., Fischer, D., Hattemer, H. H. & R. Finkeldey. 2004. Characterization of microsatellite markers in sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus L.). Molecular Ecology Primer Notes 4(2): 253-255.

13. Gailing, O., Macnair, M.R. & K. Bachmann. 2004. QTL mapping for a trade-off between leaf and bud production in a recombinant inbred population of Microseris douglasii and M. bigelovii (Asteraceae, Lactuceae): a potential preadaptation for the colonization of serpentine soils. Plant Biology 6: 440-446.

14. Vornam, B., Decarli N. & O. Gailing. 2004. Spatial distribution of genetic variation in a natural beech stand (Fagus sylvatica L.) based on microsatellite markers. Conservation Genetics 5: 561-570.

15. Gailing, O. & G. von Wühlisch. 2004. Nuclear markers (AFLPs) and chloroplast microsatellites differ between Fagus sylvatica and F. orientalis. Silvae Genetica 53: 105-110.

16. Mottura, M.C, Gailing, O., Verga, R.A. & R. Finkeldey. 2004. Efficiency of microsatellite enrichment in Prosopis chilensis using magnetic capture. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 22: 251-258.

17. Curtu, A.-L., Finkeldey R. & O. Gailing. 2004. Comparative sequencing of a microsatellite locus reveals size homoplasy within and between European oak species (Quercus spp.). Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 22: 339-346.

18. Mottura, M.C, Finkeldey, R., Verga, R.A. & O. Gailing. 2005. Development and characterization of microsatellite markers for Prosopis chilensis and P. flexuosa and cross-species amplification. Molecular Ecology Notes 5 : 487-489.

19. Lara-Gómes, G., Gailing, O. & R. Finkeldey. 2005. Genetic variation in isolated Mexican populations of the endemic maple Acer skutchii Rehd. Allgemeine Forst und Jagdzeitung 176: 97-103.

20. Nascimento de Sousa, S., Reiner Finkeldey, R. & O. Gailing. 2005. Experimental verification of microsatellite null alleles in Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.): implications for population genetic studies. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 23: 113-119.

21. Gailing, O., Kremer, A., Steiner, W., Hattemer, H.H. & R. Finkeldey. 2005. Results on quantitative trait loci for flushing date in oaks can be transferred to different segregating progenies. Plant Biology 7: 516-525.

22. Luo, Z. W., Zhang, Z., Pandey, M., Gailing, O., Hattemer, H.H. & R. Finkeldey. 2006. Modeling population genetic data in autotetraploid species. Genetics 172: 639 -646.

23. Stefenon, V. M., Gailing, O. & R. Finkeldey. 2006. Phylogenetic relationship within genus Araucaria (Araucariaceae) assessed by means of AFLP fingerprints. Silvae Genetica 55: 45-52.

24. Indrioko, S., Gailing, O. & R. Finkeldey. 2006. Molecular phylogeny of Dipterocarpaceae in Indonesia based on chloroplast DNA. Plant Systematics and Evolution 261: 99-115.

25. Cao, C.-P., Gailing, O., Siregar, I., Indrioko, S. & R. Finkeldey. 2006. Genetic variation at AFLPs for the Dipterocarpaceae and its relation to molecular phylogenies and taxonomic subdivisions. Journal of Plant Research 119: 553-558.

26. Cao, C.-P., Finkeldey, R., Siregar, I., Siregar; U. & O. Gailing. 2006. Genetic diversity within and among populations of Shorea leprosula Miq. and S. parvifolia Dyer (Dipterocarpaceae) in Indonesia detected by AFLPs. Tree Genetics and Genomes 2: 225-239.

27. Rachmayanti, Y., Leinemann, L., Gailing, O. & R. Finkeldey. 2006. Extraction, Amplification and Characterization of Wood DNA from Dipterocarpaceae. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 24: 45-55.

28. Gailing, O., Wachter, H., Schmitt, H.-P., Curtu, A.-L. & R. Finkeldey. 2007. Characterization of different proveniences of Slavonian pedunculate oaks (Quercus robur L.) in Münsterland (Germany) with chloroplast DNA markers: PCR-RFLPs and chloroplast microsatellites. Allgemeine Forst und Jagdzeitung 178: 85-90.

29. Curtu, A.L., Gailing, O., Leinemann, L. & R. Finkeldey. 2007. Genetic variation and differentiation within a natural community of five oak species (Quercus spp.). Plant Biology 9:116-126.

30. Stefenon, V.M., Gailing, O. & R. Finkeldey. 2007. Effects of post-glacial expansion and recent fragmentation on the population structure of Araucaria angustifolia (Araucariaceae): evidence from nuclear microsatellite markers. Plant Biology 9: 516-525.

31. Papageorgiou, A. C., Vidalis, A., Gailing, O., Tsiripidis, I., Hatziskakis, S. Boukos, S.; Alatsidas, S. & R. Finkeldey. 2008. Genetic variation of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in Rodopi (N.E.Greece). European Journal of Forest Research 127: 81-88.

32. Stefenon, V.M., Gailing, O. & R. Finkeldey. 2008. The role of gene flow in shaping genetic structures of the sub-tropical conifer species Araucaria angustifolia. Plant Biology 10: 356-364. Doi:10.1111/j.1438-8677.2008.00048.x.

33. Gailing, O., Wachter, H., Heyder, J., Schmitt H.-P, & R. Finkeldey. 2007. Chloroplast DNA analysis in oak stands (Quercus robur L.) in North Rhine-Westphalia with presumably Slavonian origin: Is there an association between geographic origin and bud phenology? Journal of Applied Botany and Food Quality 81: 165-171.

34. Curtu, A. L., Gailing, O. & R. Finkeldey. 2007. Evidence for natural hybridization within a species-rich oak (Quercus spp.) community. BMC Evolutionary Biology. Doi:10.1186/1471-21-48-7-218.
35. Gailing, O. 2008. QTL analysis of leaf morphological characters in a Quercus robur full-sib family (Q. robur x Q. robur subsp. slavonica). Plant Biology. Doi: 10.1111/j.1438-8677.2008.00063.x

36. Ekue, M.R.M, Gailing, O., Hölscher, D., Sinsin, B. & R. Finkeldey. In press. Leaf morphological and genetic variation of the vulnerable cycad Encephalartos barteri Carruthers ex Miquel ssp. barteri (Zamiaceae) in Benin: Implications for conservation. Belgian Journal of Botany.

37. Stefenon, V.M., Gailing, O. & R. Finkeldey. 2008. Genetic structure of plantations and the conservation of genetic resources of Brazilian pine (Araucaria angustifolia). Forest Ecology and Management 255: 2718-2725. Doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2008.01.036.

38. Stefenon, V.M., Gailing, O., Behling, H. & R. Finkeldey. in press. Evidences of delayed size recovery in Araucaria angustifolia populations after post-glacial colonization of highlands in Southeastern Brazil. Genetics and Molecular Biology.

39. Gailing, O., Langenfeld-Heyser, R. Polle, A. & R. Finkeldey. 2008. QTL loci affecting stomatal density and growth in a Quercus robur progeny: implications for the adaptation to changing environments. Global Change Biology 14:1934-1946. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2008.01621.x.

40. Hatziskakis, S., Papageorgiou, A., Gailing, O. & R. Finkeldey. in press. High chloroplast haplotype diversity in Greek populations of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.). Plant Biology.

Books and book chapters

1a. Gailing, O. 2000. Evolution diagnostischer Merkmale am Beispiel der evolutionären Reduktion der inneren Mikrosporangien innerhalb der Gattung Microseris (Asteraceae). Shaker-Verlag. 1-86.

2a. Bachmann, K. & O. Gailing. 2003. The genetic dissection of the stepwise evolution of morphological characters. Chapter 2 in: Stuessy, T.F., V. Mayer and E. Hörandl (eds.) Deep Morphology: Toward a Renaissance of Morphology in Plant Systematics. Koeltz, Königstein. S. 35-62.

3a. Finkeldey, R., Rachmayanti, Y. & O. Gailing. 2007. Molecular genetic tools for the identification of the origin of wood. In: Kües, U (ed) Wood production, wood technology and biotechnological impacts. pp 125-140. Universitätsverlag Göttingen, Göttingen.

4a. Finkeldey, R., Gailing, O., Hattemer, H.H. & B. Vornam. 2007. Molekulare Analyse von Pflanzenteilen in der Forensik. In: Hermann, B and Hummel, S (eds) Biologische Spurenkunde. pp. 343-362. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg.

5a. Gailing, O. Characterization of Oak Provenances: Genetic Analysis of Morphological and Potentially Adaptive Trait Variation. (Habilitationsschrift, at the Faculty of Forest Sciences and Forest Ecology).