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Griffiths, B. S. ; Christensen, S. ; Bonkowski, M. (2007)
MIcrofaunal interactions in the Rhizosphere . how nematodes and protozoa link above- and belowground processes.
In: The rhizosphere : an ecological perspective / ed. by Zoe Cardon and Julie Whitbeck. - Amsterdam [u.a.] : Elsevier/Academic Press, 2007, S. 57-71. ISBN: 0-12-088775-4
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Clarholm, M. ; Bonkowski, M. ; Griffiths, B. S. (2007)
Protozoa and other Protistata in soil.
In: Modern soil microbiology / ed. by Jan Dirk van Elsas .... - 2. ed.. - Boca Raton [u.a.] : CRC Press, 2007, S. 147-175 . ISBN: 0-8247-2749-5
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Krashevska, Valentyna ; Bonkowski, M. ; Maraun, Mark ; Scheu, Stefan (2007)
Testate amoebae (protista) of an elevational gradient in the tropical mountain rain forest of Ecuador.
In: Pedobiologia, 51

Manning, P. ; Newington, J. E. ; Robson, H. R. ; Saunders, M. ; Eggers, T. ; Bradford, M. A. ; Bardgett, R. D. ; Bonkowski, M. ; Ellis, R. J. ; Gange, A. C. ; Grayston, S. J. ; Kandeler, E. ; Marhan, S. ; Reid, E. ; Tscherko, D. ; Godfray, C. H. J. ; Rees, M. (2006)
Decoupling the direct and indirect effects of nitrogen deposition on ecosystem function.
In: Ecology Letters, 9

Kreuzer, K. ; Adaczyk, J. ; Iijima, M. ; Wagner, M. ; Scheu, Stefan ; Bonkowski, M. (2006)
Grazing of a common species of soil protozoa (Acanthamoeba castellanii) affects rhizosphere bacterial community composition and root architecture of rice (Oryza sativa L.).
In: Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 38

Omacini, M. ; Eggers, T. ; Bonkowski, M. ; Gange, A. C. ; Jones, T. H. (2006)
Leaf endophytes affect mycorrhizal status and growth of co-infected and neighbouring plants.
In: Functional Ecology, 20

Maraun, Mark ; Alphei, J. ; Beste, P. ; Bonkowski, M. ; Buryn, R. ; Migge, S. ; Peter, M. ; Schaefer, M. ; Scheu, S. (2001)
Indirect effects of carbon and nutrient amendments on the soil meso- and microfauna of a beechwood.
In: Biology and fertility of soils, 34

Tiunov, Alexei V. ; Bonkowski, M. ; Alphei, J. ; Scheu, S. (2001)
Microorganisms, Protozoa and Nematoda in Lumbricus terrestris burrow walls: a laboratory experiment.
In: Pedobiologia, 45

Maraun, Mark ; Alphei, J. ; Bonkowski, M. ; Buryn, R. ; Migge, S. ; Peter, M. ; Schaefer, M. ; Scheu, S. (1999)
Middens of the earthworm Lumbricus terrestris (Lumbricidae): microhabitats for micro- and mesofauna in forest soil.
In: Pedobiologia, 43

Scheu, Stefan ; Alphei, J. ; Bonkowski, M. ; Jentschke, G. (1999)
Soil food web interactions and ecosystem functioning: Experimental approaches with systems of increasing complexity.
In: Going underground : Ecological studies in forest soils. Hrsg.: N. Rastin, J. Bauhus. Trivandrum, India: Research Signpost, 1999
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