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Sheng, M., Rosche, C., Al-Gharaibeh, M., Bullington, L.S., Callaway, R.M., Clark, T., ..., Lekberg, Y. (2022). Acquisition and evolution of enhanced mutualism — an underappreciated mechanism for invasive success? The ISME Journal, 1-12.   

Sporbert, M., Jakubka, D., Bucher, S.F., Hensen, I., …, Rosche, R., ..., Träger, S., … & Römermann, C. (accepted). Functional traits influence patterns in vegetative and reproductive plant phenology - a multi-botanical garden study. - New Phytologist.   

Rosche, C., Baasch, A., Runge, K., Brade, P., Träger, S., Parisod, C. & Hensen, I. (2022). Tracking population genetic signatures of local extinction with herbarium specimens. - Annals of Botany, 129, 857-868. doi: 10.1093/aob/mcac061

Baasan, O., Freihat, O., Nagy, D.U. & Lohner, S. 2022. Methodological quality and risk of bias assessment of cardiovascular disease research: analysis of randomized controlled trials published in 2017. - Frontiers in cardiovascular medicine, 9: 830070.   

Nagy, D.U., Rauschert, E.S.J.; Callaway, R.M., Henn, T., Filep, R. & Pal, R.W. 2022. Intense mowing management suppresses invader, but shifts competitive resistance by a native to facilitation. - Restoration Ecology, e13483.   


Van Geel, M., Aavik, T., Ceulemans, T., Träger, S., Mergeay, J., Peeters, G., van Acker, K., Zobel, M., Koorem, K. & Honnay, O. 2021. The role of genetic diversity and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal diversity on population recovery of Succisa pratensis. BMC Ecology and Evolution, 21: 200.   

Aavik, T., Träger, S., Zobel, M., Honnay, O., Van Geel, M., Bueno, G. & Koorem, K. 2021. The joint effect of host plant genetic diversity and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities on restoration success. - Functional Ecology, 00, 1-14. doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.13914

Carmona, C.P., Bueno, C.G., Toussaint, A., Träger, S., Díaz, S., Moora, M., Munson, A., Pärtel, M., Zoobel, M. & Tamme, R. 2021. Fine-root traits in the global spectrum of plant form and function. - Nature, 597, 683-687. doi: 10.1038/s41586-021-03871-y

Reinula, I., Träger, S., Hernández-Agramonte, I.M., Helm, A. & Aavik, T. 2021. The impact of landscape change on the genetic diversity of the grassland plant Primula veris. - Diversity and Distributions. doi: 10.1111/ddi.13357

Träger, S., Rellstab, C., Reinula, I., Zemp, N., Helm, A., Holderegger, R. & Aavik, T. 2021. Genetic diversity at putatively adaptive but not neutral loci in Primula veris responds to recent habitat change in semi-natural grasslands. - BioRxiv. doi: 10.1101/2021.05.12.442254

Szereday, L., Nagy, D.U., Csiszar, B., Kevey, D., Feik, T. & Meggyes, M. 2021. Examination of the TIGIT, CD226, CD112, and CD155 immune checkpoint molecules in peripheral blood mononuclear cells in women diagnosed with early-onset preeclampsia. - Biomedicines, 9: 1608.    

Filep, R., Farkas, A., Lengyel, A., Imri, A., Nagy, K., Czakó-Vér, K., Nagy, D.U. & Pal R.W. 2021. - Preslia (In Press)

Meier, T. (2021). Scorzonera purpurea L. am Taubenberg bei Sargstedt (Landkreis Harz). - Mitteilungen zur floristischen Kartierung in Sachsen-Anhalt (Halle) 26: 93-97.

Meier, T. (2021). Griebl, N., Presser, H. (2021). Orchideen-Europas. - Hercynia N. F. 54(2): 181-182. (Rezension)

Splith, M, Hensen, I., Partzsch, M., Meier, T. (2021). Intra- und interspezifische Interaktionen in Xerothermrasen zwischen dem dominanten Gras Bromus erectus und der dikotylen Art Linum austriacum. - Hercynia N. F. 54(2): 157-179.

Meier, T., Hensen, I., Partzsch, M. (2021). Floristic changes of xerothermic grasslands in Central Germany: A resurvey study based on quasi-permanent plots. - Tuexenia 41: 203-226.


Dieskau, J., Bruelheide, H., Gutknecht, J. & Erfmeier, A. 2020. Biogeographic differences in plant–soil biota relationships contribute to the exotic range expansion of Verbascum thapsus. - Ecology and Evolution, 10: 13057–13070. doi:10.1002/ece3.6894.   

Meier, T. (2020). Wegener, U. (2017): Bewegte Zeiten in zwei Gesellschaftssystemen - Naturschutz im Wandel. - Hercynia N. F. 53(2): 390-392. (Rezension)

Meier, T. (2020). Hauck, M., Leuschner, C., Homeier, J. (2019): Klimawandel und Vegetation - Eine globale Übersicht. - Hercynia N. F. 53(2): 386-389. (Rezension)


Rosche, C., Hensen, I., Schaar, A., ..., Nagy, D.U., ..., Lachmuth, S., ... & Shah, M.A. 2019. Climate not native vs. non-native ranges controls genetic structure and common garden performance of a cosmopolitan weed. - Ecological Monographs 89: e01386.

Irimia, R.E., Lopes, S.M.M., Sotes, G., Cavieres, L.A., Eren, Ö., Lortie, C.J., French, K., Hierro, R.L., Rosche, C., Callaway, R.M., Pinho e Melo, T.M.V.D. & Montesinos, D. 2019. Biogeographic differences in the allelopathy of leaf surface extracts of an invasive weed. - Biological Invasions 21: 3151-3168.

Meier, T., Hensen, I., Kühn, I. (2019). Federgras-Bestände in Mitteldeutschland. - Teil II. Funktionelle Merkmale. - Hercynia N. F. 52(2): 129-163.


Rosche, C., Hensen, I., Heinicke, S., Silantyeva, M.M., Stolz, J., Grönning, S. & Wesche, K. 2018. Spatio-environmental determinants of the genetic structures of three steppe species in a highly fragmented landscape. - Basic and Applied Ecology 28: 48-59.

Rosche, C., Schrieber, K., Lachmuth, S., Durka, W., Hirsch, H., Wagner, V., Schleuning, M. & Hensen, I. 2018. Sex ratio rather than population size affects genetic diversity in Antennaria dioica. - Plant Biology 20: 789-796.

Meier, T., Partzsch, M. (2018). Federgras-Bestände in Mitteldeutschland. - Teil I. Aktuelle Situation und Bestandsentwicklung. - Hercynia N. F. 51(2): 113-154.

Partzsch, M., Faulhaber, M., Meier, T. (2018). The effect of the dominant grass Festuca rupicola on the establishment of rare forbs in semi-dry grasslands. - Folia Geobotanica 53: 103-113.


Rosche, C., Hensen, I., Mráz, P., Durka, W., Hartmann, M. & Lachmuth, S. 2017. Invasion success of polyploids: The role of self-incompatibility and inbreeding depression for the contrasting colonization ability of diploid and tetraploid Centaurea stoebe s.l. - Journal of Ecology 105: 425-435.

Rosche, C., Hensen, I. & Lachmuth, S. 2017. The potential role of pre-adaptation and inbreeding-environment interactions for colonization of disturbed habitats: an experiment with diploid and tetraploid Centaurea stoebe. - Plant Biology 20: 75-84.


Rosche, C., Durka, W., Hensen, I., Mráz, P., Hartmann, M., Müller-Schärer, H. & Lachmuth, S. 2016. The population genetics of the fundamental cytotype-shift in invasive Centaurea stoebe s.l.: genetic diversity, genetic differentiation and small-scale genetic structure differ between cytotypes but not between ranges. - Biological Invasions 18: 1895-1910.

Al-Gharaibeh, M.M., Hamasha, H.R., Rosche, C., Alrababah, M.A. & Hensen, I. 2016. Environmental gradients shape the genetic structure of two medicinal Salvia species in Jordan. - Plant Biology 19: 227-238.

Nagy, D.U., Stranczinger, S., Godi, A., Weisz, A., Rosche, C., Suda, J., Mariano, M. & Pal, R.W. 2016. Does higher ploidy level increase the risk of invasion? A case study with two geo-cytotypes of Solidago gigantea Aiton (Asteraceae). - Journal of Plant Ecology 11: 317–327.

Heinicke, S., Hensen, I., Rosche, C., Hanselmann, D., Gudkova, P.D., Silantyeva, M.M. & Wesche, K. 2016. Fragmentation and environmental constraints influence genetic diversity and germination of Stipa pennata in natural steppes. - Flora 224: 42-49.


Renison, D., Chartier, M. P., Menghi, M., Marcora, P. I., Torres, R. C., Giorgis, M., Hensen, I. & A. M. Cingolani 2015. Spatial variation in tree demography associated to domestic herbivores and topography: Insights from a seeding and planting experiment. - Forest Ecology and Management 335: 139-146.


Al-Hawija, B.N., Lachmuth, S., Welk, E. & I. Hensen 2014. Performance of seedlings from natural and afforested populations of Cupressus sempervirens under different temperature and moisture regimes. - Plant Species Biology. doi:10.1111/1442-1984.12060   .

Al-Hawija, B., Wagner, V. & I. Hensen 2014. Genetic comparison between natural and planted populations of Pinus brutia and Cupressus sempervirens in Syria. - Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 38: 267-280.

Al-Hawija, B., Wagner, V., Partzsch, M. & I. Hensen 2014. Germination differences between natural and afforested populations of Pinus brutia and Cupressus sempervirens. - Silva Fennica 48: 1-18.

Brandt, R., Lachmuth, S., Landschulz, C., Haß, F. & I. Hensen 2014. Species-specific responses to environmental stress on germination and juvenile growth of two Bolivian Andean agroforestry species. - New Forests 45: 777-795.

Gallegos, S. C., Hensen, I. & M. Schleuning 2014. Secondary dispersal by ants enhances seedling recruitment in fire-degraded tropical montane forests. - Journal of Ecology 102: 659-666.

Kessler, M., Kühn, A., Solis-Neffa, V. G. & I. Hensen 2014. Complex geographical distribution of ploidy levels in Polylepis australis (Rosaceae), an endemic tree line species in Argentina. - International Journal of Plant Science 175: 955-961.

Lippok, D., Beck, S. G., Renison, D., Hensen, I., Apaza, A. E. & M. Schleuning 2013. Topography and edge effects are more important than elevation as drivers of vegetation patterns in a neotropical montane forest. - Journal of Vegetation Science 25: 724-733.

Maron, J. L., Auge, H., Pearson, D. E., Korell, L., Hensen, I., Suding, K. N. & C. Stein 2014. Staged invasions across disparate grasslands: effects of consumers, disturbance and seed provenance on productivity and species richness. - Ecology Letters 17: 499-507.

Miehe, G., Miehe, S., Böhner, J., Kaiser, K., Hensen, I., Madsen, D., Liu, J. Q. & L. Opgenoorth 2014. How old is the human footprint in the world’s largest alpine ecosystem? A review of multiproxy records from the Tibetan Plateau from the ecologists’ viewpoint. - Quaternary Science Reviews 86: 190-209.

Partzsch, M. 2014. Effects of land-use and global change on growth performance and interactions between a dominant and a rare semi-dry grassland species. - In: Mariotte, P. & P. Kardol (Eds.) Grasslands biodiversity and conservation in a changing world. p. 163-186. Nova Publishers, New York. ISBN: 978-1-61761-619-8.

Rosche, C., Schrieber, K., Hirsch, H., Blachnik, T., Träger, S., Richter, F., Seidler, G. & I. Hensen 2014. Sexuelle Reproduktion und klonales Wachstum in kleinen Populationen von Antennaria dioica (L.) Gaertner. - Hercynia N. F. 47: 51–78.

Saavedra, F., Hensen, I., Beck, S. G., Böhning-Gaese, K., Lippok, D., Töpfer, T. & M. Schleuning 2014. Functional importance of avian seed dispersers changes in response to human-induced forest edges in tropical seed-dispersal networks. - Oecologia 176: 837-848.

Seeber, E., Winterfeld, G., Hensen, I., Sharbel, T. F., Durka, W., Liu, J., Yang, Y.-P. & K. Wesche 2014. Ploidy in the alpine sedge Kobresia pygmaea (Cyperaceae) and related species: combined application of chromosome counts, new microsatellite markers and flow cytometry. - Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 176: 22-35.

Shah, M. A., Callaway, R. M., Shah, T., Houseman, G. R., Pal, R. W., Xiao, S., Luo, W., Rosche, C., Reshi, Z. A., Khasa, D. P. & S. Chen 2014. Conyza canadensis suppresses plant diversity in its nonnative ranges but not at home: a transcontinental comparison. - New Phytologist 202(4):1286-1296.

Schulze, M., Partzsch, M. & I. Hensen 2014. Die Xerothermrasenart Veronica spicata L.: Populationsstruktur, Etablierung und pflanzliche Interaktionen. - Hercynia N.F. 45: 79-104.

Stein, K., Rosche, C., Hirsch, H., Kindermann, A., Koehler, J. & I. Hensen 2014. The influence of forest fragmentation on clonal diversity and genetic structure in Heliconia angusta, an endemic understorey herb of the Brazilian Atlantic rain forest. - Journal of Tropical Ecology 30: 199-208.


Apaza Quevedo, A. A., Schleuning, M.,   Hensen, I., Saavedra, F. & W. Durka 2013. Forest fragmentation and edge   effects on the genetic structure of Clusia   sphaerocarpa and C. lechleri (Clusiaceae) in tropical montane forests. - Journal of Tropical Ecology 29: 321-329.

Brandt, R., Mathez-Stiefel, S.-L., Lachmuth, S., Hensen, I. & S. Rist 2013. Knowledge and valuation of Andean agroforestry species: the role of sex, age, and migration among members of a rural community in Bolivia. - Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 9. DOI: 10.1186/1746-4269-9-83.

Brütting, C., Hensen, I. & K. Wesche 2013. Ex situ cultivation affects genetic structure and diversity in arable plants. - Plant Biology 15: 505-513.

Brütting, C., Meyer, S., Kühne, P., Hensen, I. & K. Wesche   2013. Spatial   genetic structure and low diversity of the rare arable plant Bupleurum rotundifolium L. indicate   fragmentation in Central Europe. - Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 161: 70-77.

Chumacero de Schawe, C., Durka, W., Tscharntke, T., Hensen, I.   & M. Kessler 2013. Gene flow and genetic   diversity in cultivated and wild cacao (Theobroma cacao) in Bolivia. - American Journal of Botany 100: 2271-2279.

Cosendai, A. C., Wagner, J., Ladinig, U., Rosche, C. & E. Hörandl 2013. Geographical parthenogenesis and   population genetic structure in the alpine species Ranunculus kuepferi (Ranunculaceae). - Heredity 110: 560–569.

Durka, W., Nossol, C., Welk, E., Ruprecht, E., Wagner, V., Wesche, K. & I. Hensen 2013. Extreme genetic depauperation and differentiation of both populations and species in Eurasian feather grasses (Stipa). - Plant Systematics and Evolution 299: 249-259.

Hamasha, H. R., Schmidt-Lebuhn, A. N., Durka, W., Schleuning, M. & I. Hensen 2013. Bioclimatic regions influence genetic structure of four Jordanian Stipa species. - Plant Biology 15: 882-891.     Kambach, S., Guerra, F., Beck, S. G., Hensen, I. & M. Schleuning 2013. Human-induced disturbance alters pollinator communities in tropical mountain forests. - Diversity 5: 1-14.

Lippok, D., Beck, S. G., Renison, D.,   Gallegos, S. C., Saavedra, F. Hensen, I. & M. Schleuning 2013. Forest recovery of areas deforested by   fire increases with elevation in the tropical Andes. - Forest Ecology and Management 295: 69-76.

Lippok,   D., Walter, F., Hensen, I., Beck, S.G. & M. Schleuning 2013. Effects of disturbance and altitude on soil seed   banks of tropical montane forests. - Journal of Tropical Ecology 29: 523-529.

Partzsch, M.   2013. Growth performance and species interaction of Festuca rupicola Heuff.   and Dianthus carthusianorum L. subjected to temperature increase and Nitrogen addition. - Journal of Plant Studies 2/ 2: 122-135, doi:10.5539/jps.v2n2p122.   

Partzsch, M. 2013. How small can steppe habitats be?   Results from a landscape of porphyry outcrops in the central valley of the   River Saale, northwest of Halle. - In: Baumbach, H. & S. Pfützenreuter (Red.). Steppenlebensräume Europas - Gefährdung,   Erhaltungsmaßnahmen und Schutz. Tagungsband: 43 - 54. Hrsg. vom Thüringer   Ministerium für Landwirtschaft, Forsten, Umwelt und Naturschutz (TMLFUN),   Erfurt, 450 S. ISBN 978-3-00-044248-3.

Prinz, K.,   Weising, K. & I. Hensen 2013. Habitat fragmentation   and recent bottlenecks influence genetic diversity and differentiation of the Central European halophyte Suaeda maritima (Chenopodiaceae). - American Journal of Botany 11: 2210-2218.

Stein, K. & I. Hensen 2013. The reproductive biology of two understory plants in the Atlantic rain forest, Brazil. - Ecological Research 28: 593-602.

Svriz, M., Damascos, M. A., Zimmermann, H. & I. Hensen 2013. The exotic   shrub Rosa rubiginosa as a nurse   plant. Implications for the restoration of disturbed temperate forests in   Patagonia, Argentina. - Forest Ecology and Management 289: 234-242.


Al-Hawija, B., Partzsch, M. & I. Hensen 2012. Effects of temperature, salinity and cold stratification on seed germination   of halophytes. - Nordic Journal of Botany 30: 627-634.

Brandt, R., Zimmermann, H., Hensen, I., Mariscal   Castro, J. C. & S. Rist 2012. Agroforestry   species of the Bolivian Andes: an integrated assessment of ecological,   economic and socio-cultural plant values. - Agroforestry Systems 86:   1-16.

Brütting,   C., Meyer, S., Kühne, P., Hensen, I. & K. Wesche 2012. Spatial genetic structure and low diversity of the   rare arable plant Bupleurum rotundifolium L. in Central Europe – Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 161: 70-77.

Brütting, C., Wesche, K., Meyer, S. & I. Hensen 2012. Genetic diversity of six arable plants in relation   to their Red List status. - Biodiversity and Conservation 21: 745-761.

Ebeling, S. K., Schreiter, S., Hensen, I., Durka,   W. & H. Auge 2012. Outcrossing   breeding system does not compromise invasiveness in Buddleja davidii. - Flora 207: 843-848.

Hensen, I., Cierjacks, A., Hirsch, H.,   Kessler, M., Romoleroux, K., Renison, D. & K. Wesche 2012. Historic and   recent fragmentation coupled with altitude affect the genetic population   structure of one of the world’s highest tropical tree line species. - Global Ecology and Biogeography 21: 455-464.

Hirsch, H., Wypior, C., von Wehrden, H., Wesche,   K., Renison, D. & I. Hensen 2012. Germination performance of   native and non-native Ulmus pumila populations. - NeoBiota 15: 53-68.

Mathez-Stiefel, S.L., Brandt, R., Lachmuth, S. & S. Rist   2012. Are the Young Less Knowledgeable? Local Knowledge of Natural Remedies and Their   Transformations in the Andean Highlands. - Human Ecology 40: 909-930.

Özüyaman,   S., Bliss, P. & M. Partzsch 2012. Die Zeitschrift Hercynia im digitalen  Informationszeitalter. - Hercynia N.F. 45: 1-7.

Partzsch,   M. 2012. Zur Keimungsbiologie   von zwölf ausgewählten Ruderal-, Wiesen- und Xerothermrasenarten - Teil 5:   Apiaceae. - Hercynia N.F. 45: 173-19.

Partzsch,   M. 2012. Zur Keimungsbiologie von zehn ausgewählten Ruderal- und  Xerothermrasenarten  - Teil 4: Fabaceae. - Hercynia N.F. 45: 125-144.

Svriz, M., Damascos, M. A., Zimmermann, H. &   I. Hensen 2012. The   exotic shrub Rosa rubiginosa as a nurse plant. Implications for the   restoration of disturbed temperate forests in Patagonia, Argentina. – Forest Ecology and Management 289: 234-242.

Van Hengstum, T., Lachmuth, S.,   Oostermeijer, J.G.B., den Nijs, J.C.M., Meirmans, P.G. & P.H. van   Tienderen 2012. Human-induced   hybridization among congeneric endemic plants on Tenerife, Canary Islands. - Plant Systematics and Evolution 298: 1119-1131.

Wagner,   V., Treiber, J., Danihelka, J., Ruprecht, E., Wesche, K. & I. Hensen   2012. Declining genetic   diversity and increasing genetic isolation towards the range periphery of a   Eurasian feather grass: A study along a 3000 km longitudinal gradient – International Journal of Plant Sciences 173: 802-811.

Zimmermann,   H., von Wehrden, H., Renison, D., Wesche, K., Welk, E., Damascos, M. & I.   Hensen 2012. Shrub management is the principal driver of differing population sizes   between native and invasive populations of Rosa rubiginosa L. – Biological Invasions 14: 2141-2157.


Ebeling, S. K., Stöcklin, J., Hensen, I. & H. Auge 2011. Multiple common garden experiments suggest lack of local adaptation in an invasive ornamental plant. - Journal of Plant Ecology 4: 209-220.

Hensen, I., Teich, I., Hirsch, H., von Wehrden, H. & D. Renison 2011. Range-wide genetic structure and diversity of the endemic treeline species Polylepis australis (Rosaceae) in Argentina. - American Journal of Botany 98: 1825-1833.

Hirsch, H., Zimmermann, H., Ritz, C. M., Wissemann, V., von Wehrden, H., Renison, D., Wesche, K., Welk, E. & I. Hensen 2011. Tracking the origin of invasive Rosa rubiginosa populations in Argentina. - International Journal of Plant Science 172: 540-550.

Lachmuth S., Durka W. & F. M. Schurr 2011. Differentiation of reproductive and competitive ability in the invaded range of Senecio inaequidens: the role of genetic Allee-effects, adaptive and non-adaptive evolution. - New Phytologist 192: 529-541.

Julio, N. B., Rondan Dueñas, J. C., Renison, D. & I. Hensen 2011. Genetic structure and diversity of Polylepis australis (Rosaceae) tree populations from central Argentina: Implications for forest conservation. - Silvae Genetica 60: 55-61.

Partzsch, M. 2011. Zur Keimungsbiologie acht ausgewählter Xerothermrasenarten  - Teil 2: Caryophyllaceae. - Hercynia N.F. 44: 127-144.

Partzsch, M. 2011. Zur Keimungsbiologie acht ausgewählter Xerothermrasenarten  - Teil 3: Asteraceae. - Hercynia N.F. 44: 211-217.

Partzsch, M. 2011. Does land use change affect the interaction between two dry grassland species? - Flora 206: 550-558.

Partzsch, M. & U. Bachmann 2011. Is Campanula glomerata threatened by competition from expanding grasses? - Results of a long-term experiment. - Plant Ecology 212: 251-261.

Partzsch, M., Pietsch, C. & I. Hensen 2011. A comparative study of germination biology and plant performance in two dry grassland species. – Folia Geobotanica 46: 35-48.

Renison, D., Hensen, I. & R. Suárez 2011. Landscape structural complexity of high-mountain Polylepis australis forests: A new aspect of restoration goals. - Restoration Ecology 19: 390-398.

Ronnenberg, K., Hensen, I. & K. Wesche 2011. Contrasting effects of moisture availability on pollination- and seed characteristics of Stipa krylovii Roshev. in Mongolian drylands. - Basic Appl Ecol. 12: 141-151.

Stein, K. & I. Hensen 2011. Potential pollinators and robbers: a study of the floral visitors of Heliconia angusta (Heliconiaceae) and their behaviour. - Journal of Pollination Ecology 4:39-47.

Wagner, V., Durka, W. & I. Hensen 2011. Increased differentiation but no reduced diversity in peripheral vs. core populations of a steppe grass. – American Journal of Botany 98: 1173-1178.

Wagner, V., Antunes, P. M., Ristow, M., Lechner, U. & I. Hensen 2011. Prevailing negative soil biota effect and no evidence for local adaptation in the steppe grass Stipa capillata. - PLoS One 6: e17580.

Wesche, K., Walther, D., von Wehrden, H. & I. Hensen 2011. Trees in the desert: Reproduction and genetic structure of fragmented Ulmus pumila forests in Mongolian dryland. – Flora 206: 91-99.

Zimmermann, H., von Wehrden, H., Damascos, M. A., Bran, D., Welk, E., Renison, D. & I. Hensen 2011. Habitat invasion risk assessment based on Landsat 5 data, exemplified by the shrub Rosa rubiginosa in southern Argentina. - Austral Ecology 36: 870-880.


Blaess, C., Ronnenberg, K., Tackenberg, O., Hensen, I. & K. Wesche 2010. The relative importance of different seed dispersal modes in dry Mongolian rangelands. - Journal of Arid Environments 74: 991-997.

Burkart M., Alsleben K., Lachmuth S., Schumacher J., Hofmann R., Jeltsch, F. & F.M. Schurr 2010. Recruitment requirements of the rare and threatened Juncus atratus. - Flora 205: 583-589.

Giorgis, M. A., Cingolani, A. M., Teich, I., Renison, D. & I. Hensen 2010. Do Polylepis australis trees tolerate herbivory? Seasonal patterns of shoot growth and its consumption by livestock. - Plant Ecology 207: 307-319.

Hensen, I., Kilian, C., Wagner, V., Durka, W., Pusch, J. & K. Wesche 2010. Low genetic variability and strong differentiation among isolated populations of the rare steppe grass Stipa capillata L. in central Europe. - Plant Biology 12: 526-536.

Lachmuth S., Durka W. & F.M. Schurr 2010. The making of a rapid plant invader: genetic diversity and differentiation in the native and invaded range of Senecio inaequidens. - Molecular Ecology 19: 3952-3967.

Partzsch, M. 2010. Zur Keimungsbiologie von zehn ausgewählten xerothermen Grasarten. - Hercynia N.F. 43: 299-317.

Partzsch, M. 2010. Zur Keimungsbiologie acht ausgewählter kurzlebiger Ruderal- und Segetalarten. - Hercynia N.F. 43: 149-166.

Prinz, K., Weising, K. & I. Hensen 2010. Genetic structure of coastal and inland populations of Spergularia media (L.) C. Presl (Caryophyllaceae) in Central Europe. - Conservation Genetics 11: 2169-2177.

Renison, D., Hensen, I., Suarez, R., Cingolani, A.M., Marcora, P. & M. A. Giorgis 2010. Soil conservation in Polylepis mountain woodlands of Central Argentina: Is livestock deploying our natural capital? – Austral Ecology 35: 435-443.

Wagner, V., von Wehrden, H., Wesche, K., Fedulin, A., Sidorova, T. & I. Hensen 2010. Similar performance in central and range-edge populations of a Eurasian steppe grass under different climate and soil pH regimes. - Ecography 34: 498-506.

Zimmermann, H., Ritz, C. M., Hirsch, H., Renison, D., Wesche, K. & I. Hensen 2010. Highly reduced genetic diversity of Rosa rubiginosa L. populations in the invasive range. - International Journal of Plant Science 171: 435-446.