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Illig, J. ; Sandmann, D. ; Schatz, H. ; Scheu, S. ; Maraun, M. (2008):
Orbatidae (mites).
In: Provisional checklists of flora and fauna of the San Francisco Valley and its surroundings : (Reserva Biológica San Francisco, Prov. Zamora-Chinchipe, Southern Ecuador) / Society for Tropical Ecology. [Ed.] by S. Liede-Schumann .... - Bonn : Society of T, Bonn, Society of Tropical Ecology, [Book Section]

Bertaux, J. ; Gloger, U. ; Schmid, M. ; Hartmann, A. ; Scheu, S. (2007):
Routine fluorescence in situ hybridization in soil.
In: Journal of Microbiological Methods, 69, pp. 451-460. [Article]

Platner, C. ; Schaefer, M. ; Scheu, S. (2001):
Der Einfluss von Ameisen (Formicidae, Lasius flavus) auf den Boden und die mikrobielle Gemeinschaft trockener Brachwiesen.
In: Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft, 95, pp. 84-87. [Article]

Heethoff, Michael ; Maraun, M. ; Scheu, S. (2000):
Genetische Variabilität der ribosomalen ITS1-Sequenzen bei der parthenogenetischen Hornmilbe Platynothrus peltifer (C.L. Koch, 1839).
In: Berichte des naturwissenschatlich-medizinischen Vereins Innsbruck, 87, pp. 339-354. [Article]

Maraun, Mark ; Salamon, J. ; Scheu, S. (1999):
Der Einfluß zunehmender funktioneller Diversität von Bodentieren auf die Dichte von Collembolen, Oribatiden, Gamasinen und Nematoden im Boden eines Mull-Buchenwaldes: Laborexperimente in Mikrokosmen.
In: Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft, 89, pp. 269-272. [Article]

Platner, C. ; Scheu, S. ; Schaefer, M. (1999):
Kurzfristige Auswirkungen kleinräumiger Klimaveränderungen auf Ameisen (Formicidae) und andere Bodentiere einer Grünlandbrache.
In: Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft, 89, pp. 281-284. [Article]

Maraun, Mark ; Migge, S. ; Scheu, S. (1998):
Nährungspräferenzen von Hornmilben (Oribatida).
In: Abhandlungen und Berichte des Naturkundemuseums Görlitz, 70, pp. 198-199. [Article]


Brose, Ulrich ; Ehnes, R. B. ; Rall, B. C. ; Vucic-Pestic, Olivera ; Berlow, E. L. ; Scheu, S. (2008):
Foraging theory predicts predator-prey energy fluxes.
In: JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY, 77 (5), pp. 1072-1078. [Article]

Maraun, M. ; Schatz, H. ; Scheu, S. (2007):
Awesome or ordinary? Global diversity patterns of oribatid mites.
In: Ecography, 30, pp. 209-216. [Article]

Butenschoen, P. ; Poll, C. ; Langel, R. ; Kandeler, E. ; Marhan, S. ; Scheu, S. (2007):
Endogeic earthworms alter carbon translocation by fungi at the soil-litter interface.
In: Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 39, pp. 2854-2864. [Article]

Heethoff, M. ; Domes, K. ; Laumann, M. ; Maraun, M. ; Norton, R. A. ; Scheu, S. (2007):
High genetic divergences indicate ancient Separation of parthenogenetic lineages of the oribatid mite Platynothrus peltifer (Acari, Oribatida).
In: Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 20, pp. 392-402. [Article]

Endlweber, K. ; Scheu, S. (2007):
Interactions between mycorrhizal fungi and Collembola : effects on root structure of competing plant species.
In: Biology and Fertility of Soils, 43, pp. 741-749. [Article]

Ruess, L. ; Schütz, K. ; Migge-Kleian, S. ; Häggblom, M. M. ; Kandeler, E. ; Scheu, S. (2007):
Lipid composition of Collembola and their food resources in deciduous forest stands - implications for feeding strategies.
In: Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 39, pp. 1990-2000. [Article]

Schneider, K. ; Scheu, S. ; Maraun, M. (2007):
Microarthropod density and diversity respond little to spatial Isolation.
In: Basic and Applied Ecology, 8, pp. 26-35. [Article]

Marhan, S. ; Kandeler, E. ; Scheu, S. (2007):
Phospholipid fatty acid profiles and xylanase activity in particle size fractions of forest soil and casts of Lumbricus terrestris L. (Oligochaeta, Lumbricidae).
In: Applied Soil Ecology, 35, pp. 412-422. [Article]

Poveda, K. ; Steffan-Dewenter, I. ; Scheu, S. ; Tscharntke, T. (2007):
Plant-mediated interactions between below- and aboveground processes : decompositions, herbivory, parasitism and pollination.
In: Ecological communities : plant mediation in indirect interaction webs / ed. by Takayuki Ohgushi .... - Cambridge [u.a.] : Cambridge Univ. Press., 2007, S. 147-164. ISBN: 0-521-85039-8,, Cambridge [u.a.], Cambridge Univ. Press., [Book Section]

Domes, K. ; Norton, R. ; Maraun, M. ; Scheu, S. (2007):
Re-evolution or sexuaiity breaks Dollo s law.
In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America : PNAS., 104, pp. 7139-7144. [Article]

Domes, K. ; Scheu, S. ; Maraun, M. (2007):
Resources and sex : soil re-colonization by sexual and parthenogenetic oribatid mites.
In: Pedeobiologica, 54, pp. 1-11. [Article]

Scheu, S. ; Drossel, Barbara (2007):
Sexual reproduction prevails in a world of structured resources in short supply.
In: Proceedings of the Royal Society London B, 274, pp. 1225-1231. [Article]

Birkhofer, Klaus ; Scheu, S. ; Wise, D. H. (2007):
Small-scale spatial pattern of web-building spiders (Araneae) in alfalfa : Relationship to disturbance from cutting, prey availability, and intraguild interactions.
In: Environmental Entomology, 36, pp. 801-810. [Article]

Laumann, M. ; Norton, R. A. ; Weigmann, G. ; Scheu, S. ; Maraun, M. ; Heethoff, M. (2007):
Speciation in the parthenogenetic oribatid mite genus Tectocepheus (Acari, Oribatida) as indicated by molecular phylogeny.
In: Pedobiologia, 51, pp. 111-122. [Article]

Marhan, S. ; Langel, R. ; Kandeler, E. ; Scheu, S. (2007):
Use of stable isotopes (C-13) for studying the mobilization of old soil organic carbon by endogeic earthworms (Lumbricidae).
In: European Journal of Soil Biology, 43, pp. S201-S208. [Article]

Domes, K. ; Althammer, ; Norton, R. ; Scheu, S. ; Maraun, M. (2007):
The phylogenetic relationship between Astigmata and Oribatida (Acari) as indicated by molecular markers.
In: Experimental and Applied Acarology, 42, pp. 159-171. [Article]

Erdmann, G. ; Otte, V. ; Langel, R. ; Scheu, S. ; Maraun, M. (2007):
The trophic structure of barkliving oribatid mite communities analysed with stable isotopes (N-15, C-13) indicates strong niche differentiation.
In: Experimental and Applied Acarology, 41, pp. 1-10. [Article]

Pollierer, M. M. ; Langel, R. ; Körner, C. ; Maraun, M. ; Scheu, S. (2007):
The underestimated importance of belowground carbon input for forest soil animal food webs.
In: Ecology Letters, 10, pp. 729-736. [Article]

Bonkowski, Michael ; Jentschke, G. ; Scheu, S. (2001):
Contrasting effects of microbial partners in the rhizosphere: interactions between Norway spruce seedlings (Picea abies Karst.), mycorrhiza (Paxillus involutus (Batsch) Fr.) and naked amoebae (Protozoa).
In: Applied soil ecology, 18, pp. 193-204. [Article]

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, pp. 222-229. [Article]

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, pp. 46-60. [Article]

Bonkowski, Michael ; Cheng, W. ; Griffiths, B. S. ; Alphei, J. ; Scheu, S. (2000):
Microbial-faunal interactions in the rhizosphere and effects on plant growth.
In: European Journal of Soil Biology, 36 (3-4), pp. 135-147. Elsevier ScienceDirect, ISSN 11645563,
DOI: 10.1016/S1164-5563(00)01059-1,

Tiunov, Alexei V. ; Scheu, S. (2000):
Microbial biomass, biovolume and respiration in Lumbricus terrestris L. cast material of different age.
In: Soil biology & biochemistry, 32, pp. 265-275. [Article]

Tiunov, Alexei V. ; Scheu, S. (2000):
Microfungal communities in soil, litter and casts of Lumbricus terrestris L. (Lumbricidae): a laboratory experiment.
In: Applied soil ecology, 14, pp. 17-26. [Article]

Maraun, Mark ; Scheu, S. (2000):
The structure of oribatid mite communities (Acari, Oribatida): patterns, mechanisms and implications for future research.
In: Ecography, 23, pp. 374-383. [Article]

Wolter, Claudia ; Scheu, S. (1999):
Changes in bacterial numbers and hyphal lengths during the gut passage through Lumbricus terrestris (Lumbricidae, Oligochaeta).
In: Pedobiologia, 43, pp. 891-900. [Article]

Joergensen, Rainer Georg ; Scheu, S. (1999):
Depth gradients of microbial and chemical properties in moder soils under beech and spruce.
In: Pedobiologia, 43, pp. 134-144. [Article]

Tiunov, Alexei V. ; Scheu, S. (1999):
Microbial respiration, biomass, biovolume and nutrient status in burrow walls of Lumbricus terrestris L. (Lumbricidae).
In: Soil biology and biochemistry, 31, pp. 2039-2048. [Article]

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, pp. 276-287. [Article]

Joergensen, Rainer Georg ; Scheu, S. (1999):
Response of soil microorganisms to the addition of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus in a forest Rendzina.
In: Soil biology and biochemistry, 31, pp. 859-866. [Article]

Maraun, Mark ; Visser, ; Scheu, S. (1998):
Oribatid mites enhance the recovery of the microbial community after a strong disturbance.
In: Applied soil ecology. 9 (1998), S. 175-181, [Article]

Maraun, Mark ; Migge, S. ; Schaefer, M. ; Scheu, S. (1998):
Selection of microfungal food by six oribatid mite species (Oribatida, Acari) from two different becch forests.
In: Pedobiologia. 42 (1998), S. 232-240, [Article]

Migge, Sonja ; Maraun, M. ; Scheu, S. ; Schaefer, M. (1998):
The oribatid mite community (Acarina) of pure and mixed stands of beech (Fagus sylvatica) and spruce (Picea abies) of different age.
In: Applied soil ecology. 9 (1998), S. 119-126, [Article]

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