Mueller-Schaerer, Heinz
Mueller-Schaerer, Heinz
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Evidence of climatic niche shift during biological invasion
O Broennimann, UA Treier, H Müller‐Schärer, W Thuiller, AT Peterson, ...
Ecology letters 10 (8), 701-709, 2007
Evolution in invasive plants: implications for biological control
H Müller-Schärer, U Schaffner, T Steinger
Trends in ecology & evolution 19 (8), 417-422, 2004
Nurse plants, tree saplings and grazing pressure: changes in facilitation along a biotic environmental gradient
C Smit, C Vandenberghe, J Den Ouden, H Müller-Schärer
Oecologia 152, 265-273, 2007
Biological Flora of the British Isles: Ambrosia artemisiifolia
F Essl, K Biró, D Brandes, O Broennimann, JM Bullock, DS Chapman, ...
Journal of Ecology 103 (4), 1069-1098, 2015
Non-natives: 141 scientists object
D Simberloff, M Vilà
Macmillan Publishers, 2011
The importance of plant provenance and genotypic diversity of seed material used for ecological restoration
A Bischoff, T Steinger, H Müller‐Schärer
Restoration ecology 18 (3), 338-348, 2010
A European weed survey in 10 major crop systems to identify targets for biological control
D Schroeder, HM SCHAERER, CSA Stinson
Weed Research 33 (6), 449-458, 2006
Detecting local adaptation in widespread grassland species–the importance of scale and local plant community
A Bischoff, L Crémieux, M Smilauerova, CS Lawson, SR Mortimer, ...
Journal of Ecology 94 (6), 1130-1142, 2006
Shift in cytotype frequency and niche space in the invasive plant Centaurea maculosa
UA Treier, O Broennimann, S Normand, A Guisan, U Schaffner, T Steinger, ...
Ecology 90 (5), 1366-1377, 2009
Seed provenance matters—effects on germination of four plant species used for ecological restoration
A Bischoff, B Vonlanthen, T Steinger, H Müller-Schärer
Basic and Applied Ecology 7 (4), 347-359, 2006
Climate vs. soil factors in local adaptation of two common plant species
M Macel, CS Lawson, SR Mortimer, M Šmilauerova, A Bischoff, ...
Ecology 88 (2), 424-433, 2007
Invasive alien plants benefit more from clonal integration in heterogeneous environments than natives
YJ Wang, H Müller‐Schärer, M van Kleunen, AM Cai, P Zhang, R Yan, ...
New Phytologist 216 (4), 1072-1078, 2017
How important are environmental maternal effects in plants? A study with Centaurea maculosa
J Weiner, S Martinez, H Muller-Scharer, P Stoll, B Schmid
Journal of ecology, 133-142, 1997
Prospects for biological control of Ambrosia artemisiifolia in Europe: learning from the past
E Gerber, U Schaffner, A Gassmann, HL Hinz, M Seier, ...
Weed Research 51 (6), 559-573, 2011
Unpalatable plants facilitate tree sapling survival in wooded pastures
C Smit, JAN Den Ouden, H Müller‐Schärer
Journal of Applied ecology 43 (2), 305-312, 2006
Classical biological control: exploiting enemy escape to manage plant invasions
H Müller-Schärer, U Schaffner
Biological Invasions 10, 859-874, 2008
Physiological and growth responses of Centaurea maculosa (Asteraceae) to root herbivory under varying levels of interspecific plant competition and soil nitrogen …
T Steinger, H Müller-Schärer
Oecologia 91, 141-149, 1992
Testing population differentiation in plant species–how important are environmental maternal effects
A Bischoff, H Müller‐Schärer
Oikos 119 (3), 445-454, 2010
The impact of root herbivory as a function of plant density and competition: survival, growth and fecundity of Centaurea maculosa in field plots
H Muller-Scharer
Journal of Applied Ecology, 759-776, 1991
Ophraella communa, the ragweed leaf beetle, has successfully landed in Europe: fortunate coincidence or threat?
H Müller‐Schärer, STE Lommen, M Rossinelli, M Bonini, M Boriani, ...
Weed research 54 (2), 109-119, 2014
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