Lena Neuenkamp
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Temperature and pH define the realised niche space of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
J Davison, M Moora, M Semchenko, SB Adenan, T Ahmed, ...
New Phytologist 231 (2), 763-776, 2021
Benefits of mycorrhizal inoculation to ecological restoration depend on plant functional type, restoration context and time
L Neuenkamp, SM Prober, JN Price, M Zobel, RJ Standish
Fungal Ecology 40, 140-149, 2019
Symbiont dynamics during ecosystem succession: co-occurring plant and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities
D García de León, M Moora, M Öpik, L Neuenkamp, M Gerz, T Jairus, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 92 (7), fiw097, 2016
The role of plant mycorrhizal type and status in modulating the relationship between plant and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities
L Neuenkamp, M Moora, M Öpik, J Davison, M Gerz, M Männistö, T Jairus, ...
New Phytologist 220 (4), 1236-1247, 2018
Public attitudes toward biodiversity‐friendly greenspace management in Europe
LK Fischer*, L Neuenkamp* (equal contributions), J Lampinen, M Tuomi, ...
Conservation Letters 13 (4), e12718, 2020
Dispersal of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and plants during succession
DG de León, M Moora, M Öpik, T Jairus, L Neuenkamp, M Vasar, ...
Acta Oecologica 77, 128-135, 2016
What are mycorrhizal traits?
VB Chaudhary, EP Holland, S Charman-Anderson, A Guzman, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 37 (7), 573-581, 2022
Acceptance of near-natural greenspace management relates to ecological and socio-cultural assigned values among European urbanites
J Lampinen, M Tuomi, LK Fischer, L Neuenkamp, JG Alday, A Bucharova, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 50, 119-131, 2021
User‐friendly bioinformatics pipeline gDAT (graphical downstream analysis tool) for analysing rDNA sequences
M Vasar, J Davison, L Neuenkamp, SK Sepp, JPW Young, M Moora, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 21 (4), 1380-1392, 2021
Restoration of flooded meadows in E stonia–vegetation changes and management indicators
JA Metsoja, L Neuenkamp, S Pihu, K Vellak, JM Kalwij, M Zobel
Applied Vegetation Science 15 (2), 231-244, 2012
Seed bank and its restoration potential in E stonian flooded meadows
JA Metsoja, L Neuenkamp, M Zobel
Applied vegetation science 17 (2), 262-273, 2014
Changes in dispersal and light capturing traits explain post‐abandonment community change in semi‐natural grasslands
L Neuenkamp, RJ Lewis, K Koorem, K Zobel, M Zobel
Journal of Vegetation Science 27 (6), 1222-1232, 2016
Impact of management on biodiversity-biomass relations in Estonian flooded meadows
L Neuenkamp, JA Metsoja, M Zobel, N Hölzel
Plant Ecology 214 (6), 845-856, 2013
Research agenda on biodiversity and ecosystem functions and services in European cities
P Pinho, J Casanelles-Abella, AC Luz, AM Kubicka, C Branquinho, ...
Basic and applied ecology 53, 124-133, 2021
Light availability and light demand of plants shape the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in their roots
L Neuenkamp, M Zobel, K Koorem, T Jairus, J Davison, M Öpik, M Vasar, ...
Ecology Letters, 2020
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in tropical rain forest are resilient to slash-and-burn agriculture
DG de León, L Neuenkamp, M Moora, M Öpik, J Davison, ...
Journal of Tropical Ecology 34 (3), 186-199, 2018
Woody encroachment in grassland elicits complex changes in the functional structure of above‐and belowground biota
SK Sepp, J Davison, M Moora, L Neuenkamp, J Oja, T Roslin, M Vasar, ...
Ecosphere 12 (5), e03512, 2021
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal community composition determines the competitive response of two grassland forbs
L Neuenkamp, M Zobel, E Lind, M Gerz, M Moora
PloS One 14 (7), e0219527, 2019
Afforestation and abandonment of semi‐natural grasslands lead to biodiversity loss and a decline in ecosystem services and functions
E Prangel, L Kasari‐Toussaint, L Neuenkamp, N Noreika, R Karise, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 60 (5), 825-836, 2023
The dynamics of plant and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in grasslands under changing land use
L Neuenkamp
University of Tartu, Estonia, 2018
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