Magdalena Żywiec
Magdalena Żywiec
Institute of Botany Polish Academy of Sciences
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Modeling the decay of coarse woody debris in a subalpine Norway spruce forest of the West Carpathians, Poland
J Holeksa, T Zielonka, M Żywiec
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38 (3), 415-428, 2008
Spatial and temporal patterns of rowan (Sorbus aucuparia L.) regeneration in West Carpathian subalpine spruce forest
M Żywiec, M Ledwoń
Plant Ecology 194, 283-291, 2008
Models of disturbance driven dynamics in the West Carpathian spruce forests
J Holeksa, P Jaloviar, S Kucbel, M Saniga, M Svoboda, J Szewczyk, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 388, 79-89, 2017
Thieves or mutualists? Pulp feeders enhance endozoochore local recruitment
JM Fedriani, M Zywiec, M Delibes
Ecology 93 (3), 575-587, 2012
Is there tree senescence? The fecundity evidence
T Qiu, MC Aravena, R Andrus, D Ascoli, Y Bergeron, R Berretti, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (34), e2106130118, 2021
Long-term effect of temperature and precipitation on radial growth in a threatened thermo-Mediterranean tree population
M Żywiec, E Muter, T Zielonka, M Delibes, G Calvo, JM Fedriani
Trees 31, 491-501, 2017
Unravelling conflicting density‐and distance‐dependent effects on plant reproduction using a spatially explicit approach
JM Fedriani, T Wiegand, G Calvo, A Suárez‐Esteban, M Jacome, ...
Journal of Ecology 103 (5), 1344-1353, 2015
Population and individual level of masting in a fleshy-fruited tree
M Żywiec, J Holeksa, M Ledwoń
Plant Ecology 213, 993-1002, 2012
Does masting scale with plant size? High reproductive variability and low synchrony in small and unproductive individuals
M Bogdziewicz, J Szymkowiak, R Calama, EE Crone, JM Espelta, ...
Annals of botany 126 (5), 971-979, 2020
Identifying the disturbance history over a large area of larch–spruce mountain forest in Central Europe
J Holeksa, T Zielonka, M Żywiec, P Fleischer
Forest ecology and management 361, 318-327, 2016
Reproductive success of individuals with different fruit production patterns. What does it mean for the predator satiation hypothesis?
M Żywiec, J Holeksa, M Ledwoń, P Seget
Oecologia 172, 461-467, 2013
Seed predation selects for reproductive variability and synchrony in perennial plants
M Bogdziewicz, J Szymkowiak, AJ Tanentzap, R Calama, S Marino, ...
New Phytologist 229 (4), 2357-2364, 2021
Environmental veto synchronizes mast seeding in four contrasting tree species
M Bogdziewicz, M Żywiec, JM Espelta, M Fernández-Martinez, R Calama, ...
The American Naturalist 194 (2), 246-259, 2019
Sorbus aucuparia regeneration in a coarse‐grained spruce forest – a landscape scale
M Żywiec, J Holeksa, M Wesołowska, J Szewczyk, T Zwijacz‐Kozica, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 24 (4), 735-743, 2013
MASTREE+: Time‐series of plant reproductive effort from six continents
A Hacket‐Pain, JJ Foest, IS Pearse, JM LaMontagne, WD Koenig, ...
Global Change Biology 28 (9), 3066-3082, 2022
Sprouting extends the lifespan of tree species in a seedling bank: 12-year study
M Żywiec, J Holeksa
Forest Ecology and Management 284, 205-212, 2012
Microgeographical, inter-individual, and intra-individual variation in the flower characters of Iberian pear Pyrus bourgaeana (Rosaceae)
M Żywiec, M Delibes, JM Fedriani
Oecologia 169, 713-722, 2012
Combined effects of seed provenance, plant facilitation and restoration site on revegetation success
JM Fedriani, PJ Garrote, G Calvo, M Delibes, AR Castilla, M Żywiec
Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (4), 996-1006, 2019
Does a heavy fruit crop reduce the tree ring increment? Results from a 12-year study in a subalpine zone
M Żywiec, T Zielonka
Trees 27, 1365-1373, 2013
Limits to reproduction and seed size-number trade-offs that shape forest dominance and future recovery
T Qiu, R Andrus, MC Aravena, D Ascoli, Y Bergeron, R Berretti, ...
Nature communications 13 (1), 2381, 2022
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