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Griffiths, B. S. and Christensen, S. and 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, Amsterdam [u.a.], Elsevier/Academic Press, [Book Section]

Clarholm, M. and Bonkowski, M. and 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, 2. ed.. - Boca Raton [u.a.], CRC Press, [Book Section]

Krashevska, Valentyna and Bonkowski, M. and Maraun, Mark and Scheu, Stefan (2007):
Testate amoebae (protista) of an elevational gradient in the tropical mountain rain forest of Ecuador.
In: Pedobiologia, 51, pp. 319-331. [Article]

Manning, P. and Newington, J. E. and Robson, H. R. and Saunders, M. and Eggers, T. and Bradford, M. A. and Bardgett, R. D. and Bonkowski, M. and Ellis, R. J. and Gange, A. C. and Grayston, S. J. and Kandeler, E. and Marhan, S. and Reid, E. and Tscherko, D. and Godfray, C. H. J. and Rees, M. (2006):
Decoupling the direct and indirect effects of nitrogen deposition on ecosystem function.
In: Ecology Letters, 9, pp. 1015-1024. [Article]

Kreuzer, K. and Adaczyk, J. and Iijima, M. and Wagner, M. and Scheu, Stefan and 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, pp. 1665-1672. [Article]

Omacini, M. and Eggers, T. and Bonkowski, M. and Gange, A. C. and Jones, T. H. (2006):
Leaf endophytes affect mycorrhizal status and growth of co-infected and neighbouring plants.
In: Functional Ecology, 20, pp. 226-232. [Article]

Maraun, Mark and Alphei, J. and Beste, P. and Bonkowski, M. and Buryn, R. and Migge, S. and Peter, M. and Schaefer, M. and Scheu, S. (2001):
Indirect effects of carbon and nutrient amendments on the soil meso- and microfauna of a beechwood.
34, In: Biology and fertility of soils, pp. 222-229. [Article]

Tiunov, Alexei V. and Bonkowski, M. and Alphei, J. and Scheu, S. (2001):
Microorganisms, Protozoa and Nematoda in Lumbricus terrestris burrow walls: a laboratory experiment.
45, In: Pedobiologia, pp. 46-60. [Article]

Maraun, Mark and Alphei, J. and Bonkowski, M. and Buryn, R. and Migge, S. and Peter, M. and Schaefer, M. and Scheu, S. (1999):
Middens of the earthworm Lumbricus terrestris (Lumbricidae): microhabitats for micro- and mesofauna in forest soil.
43, In: Pedobiologia, pp. 276-287. [Article]

Scheu, Stefan and Alphei, J. and Bonkowski, M. and 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, [Book Section]

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