Olaf Butenschoen
Olaf Butenschoen
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Consequences of biodiversity loss for litter decomposition across biomes
IT Handa, R Aerts, F Berendse, MP Berg, A Bruder, O Butenschoen, ...
Nature 509 (7499), 218, 2014
Interactive effects of warming, soil humidity and plant diversity on litter decomposition and microbial activity
O Butenschoen, S Scheu, N Eisenhauer
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (9), 1902-1907, 2011
Carbon flow into microbial and fungal biomass as a basis for the belowground food web of agroecosystems
S Kramer, S Marhan, L Ruess, W Armbruster, O Butenschoen, ...
Pedobiologia 55 (2), 111-119, 2012
Small but active–pool size does not matter for carbon incorporation in below‐ground food webs
J Pausch, S Kramer, A Scharroba, N Scheunemann, O Butenschoen, ...
Functional ecology 30 (3), 479-489, 2016
Connecting litter quality, microbial community and nitrogen transfer mechanisms in decomposing litter mixtures
D Lummer, S Scheu, O Butenschoen
Oikos 121 (10), 1649-1655, 2012
Direct and indirect effects of endogeic earthworms on plant seeds
N Eisenhauer, M Schuy, O Butenschoen, S Scheu
Pedobiologia 52 (3), 151-162, 2009
Earthworms as seedling predators: importance of seeds and seedlings for earthworm nutrition
N Eisenhauer, O Butenschoen, S Radsick, S Scheu
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42 (8), 1245-1252, 2010
Decomposition of leaf litter mixtures across biomes: The role of litter identity, diversity and soil fauna
S Zhou, O Butenschoen, S Barantal, IT Handa, M Makkonen, V Vos, ...
Journal of Ecology, 2020
Effects of resource availability and quality on the structure of the micro-food web of an arable soil across depth
A Scharroba, D Dibbern, M Hünninghaus, S Kramer, J Moll, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 50, 1-11, 2012
Endogeic earthworms alter carbon translocation by fungi at the soil–litter interface
O Butenschoen, C Poll, R Langel, E Kandeler, S Marhan, S Scheu
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 (11), 2854-2864, 2007
Carbon transfer from maize roots and litter into bacteria and fungi depends on soil depth and time
K Müller, S Kramer, H Haslwimmer, S Marhan, N Scheunemann, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 93, 79-89, 2016
Litter mixture effects on decomposition in tropical montane rainforests vary strongly with time and turn negative at later stages of decay
O Butenschoen, V Krashevska, M Maraun, F Marian, D Sandmann, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 77, 121-128, 2014
Carbon and nitrogen mobilisation by earthworms of different functional groups as affected by soil sand content
O Butenschoen, S Marhan, R Langel, S Scheu
Pedobiologia 52 (4), 263-272, 2009
Genotypic variability enhances the reproducibility of an ecological study
A Milcu, R Puga-Freitas, AM Ellison, M Blouin, S Scheu, GT Freschet, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (2), 279, 2018
Litter composition rather than plant presence affects decomposition of tropical litter mixtures
S Coq, J Weigel, O Butenschoen, D Bonal, S Hättenschwiler
Plant and Soil 343 (1-2), 273-286, 2011
The fate of catechol in soil as affected by earthworms and clay
O Butenschoen, R Ji, A Schäffer, S Scheu
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (2), 330-339, 2009
Roots rather than shoot residues drive soil arthropod communities of arable fields
N Scheunemann, C Digel, S Scheu, O Butenschoen
Oecologia 179 (4), 1135-1145, 2015
The role of shoot residues vs. crop species for soil arthropod diversity and abundance of arable systems
N Scheunemann, M Maraun, S Scheu, O Butenschoen
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 81, 81-88, 2015
Functionally dissimilar neighbors accelerate litter decomposition in two grass species
L Barbe, V Jung, A Prinzing, AK Bittebiere, O Butenschoen, C Mony
New Phytologist 214 (3), 1092-1102, 2017
Incorporation of decade old soil carbon into the soil animal food web of an arable system
N Scheunemann, S Scheu, O Butenschoen
Applied soil ecology 46 (1), 59-63, 2010
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