Contactul. Lwowska 1, 87-100 Toruń
tel.: +48 56 611-25-05
fax: +48 56 611-47-72
e-mail: dwbios@umk.pl
Chair of Ecology and Biogeography [fot. Chair of Ecology and Biogeography]

Recent highlights:

2019 (IF=68.502, MNiSW=635; 2310)

  1. Klisz, M.*, Puchałka, R.*, Wilczyński, S., Kantorowicz, W., Jabłoński, T. Kowalczyk, J. 2019 The effect of insect defoliations and seed production on the dynamics of radial growth synchrony among Scots pine Pinus sylvestris L. provenances. Forests 10: 934 (IF= 2.116, MNiSW=30;100)(*- corresponding author)
  2. Arias-Robledo, G., Wall, R., Szpila, K., Shpeley, D., Whitworth, T., Stark, T., King, R.A, Stevens, J. R. 2019. Ecological and geographical speciation in Lucilia bufonivora: The evolution of amphibian obligate parasitism. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 10:218-230 (IF= 2.075, MNiSW=40;100)
  3. Maes, D., Verovnik, R., Wiemers, M., Brosens, D., Beshkov, S., Bonelli, S., Buszko, J., Cantú-Salazar, L., Cassar, L-F., Collins, S., Dincă, V., Djuric, M., Dušej, G., Elven, H., Franeta, F.2019. Integrating national Red Lists for prioritising conservation actions for European butterflies. Journal of Insect Conservation 23: 301-330 (IF= 1.330, MNiSW=35;70)
  4. Czarnecka M., Kakareko T., Jermacz Ł., Pawlak R., Kobak J. 2019. Combined effects of nocturnal exposure to artificial light and habitat complexity on fish foraging. Science of the Total Environment  684: 14-22 (IF=5.589, MNiSW=40; 140)
  5. Kletkiewicz H., Maliszewska J., Jaworski K., Jermacz Ł., Smoliński D., Rogalska J. 2019. Thermal conditions during neonatal anoxia affect the endogenous level of brain-derived neurotrophic factor. Journal of Neuroscience Research 97, 1266-1277 (IF=4.139, MNiSW=25; 70)
  6. Żbikowski J., Simčič T., Pajk F., Poznańska-Kakareko M., Kakareko T., Kobak J. 2019. Respiration rates in shallow lakes of different types : contribution of benthic microorganisms, macrophytes, plankton and macrozoobenthos. Hydrobiologia 828: 117-136 (IF=2.325, MNiSW=30; 100)
  7. Wilk-Woźniak E., Walusiak E., Burchardt L., Cerbin S., Chmura D., Gąbka M., Glińska-Lewczuk K., Gołdyn R., Grabowska M., Karpowicz M., Klimaszyk P., Kołodziejczyk A., Kokociński M., Kraska M., Kuczyńska-Kippen N., Ligęza S., Messyasz B., Nanegast B., Ozimek T., Paczuska B., Pełechaty M., Pęczuła W., Pietryka M., Piotrowicz R., Pociecha A., Pukacz A., Richter D., Żbikowski J. 2019 Effects of the environs of waterbodies on aquatic plants in oxbow lakes (habitat 3150). Ecological Indicators 98: 736-742 (IF=4.490, MNiSW=35; 140)
  8. Carnevali F., Franchini D., Otranto D., Giangaspero A., Antonio Di Bello A., Ciccarelli S., Szpila K., Valastro C., van der Esch A.S. 2019. A formulation of neem and hypericum oily extract for the treatment of the wound myiasis by Wohlfahrtia magnifica in domestic animals. Parasitology Research 118:2361-2367 (IF=2.067, MNiSW=30; 70)
  9. Ulrich W., Puchałka R., Koprowski M., Strona G., Gotelli N.J. 2019. Ecological drift and competitive interactions predict unique patterns in temporal fluctuations of population size. Ecology 100: e02623 (IF=4.285, MNiSW=45; 200)
  10. Habel J.C., Segerer A.H., Ulrich W., Schmitt T. 2019. Succession matters: Community shifts in moths over three decades increases multifunctionality in intermediate successional stages. Scientific Reports 9: 5586 (IF=4.011, MNiSW=40; 100)
  11. Winter S., Zaplata M.K., Rzanny M., Schaaf W., Fischer A., Ulrich W. 2019. Increasing ecological multifunctionality during early plant succession. Plant Ecology 220: 499–509 (IF=1.789, MNiSW=30; 70)
  12. Hidasi-Neto J., Bailey R.I., Vasseur C., Woas S., Ulrich W., Jambon O., Santos A.M.C., Cianciaruso M.V., Prinzing A. 2019. A forest canopy as a living archipelago: Why phylogenetic isolation may increase and age decrease diversity. Journal of Biogeography 46: 158-169 (IF=3.884, MNiSW=45; 140)
  13. Misi D., Puchałka R*., Pearson C., Robertson I., Koprowski M. 2019. Differences in the climate-growth relationship of Scots pine: a case study from Poland and Hungary. Forests 10: 243. (IF=2.116, MNiSW=30, 100)(*- corresponding author)
  14. Klisz M., Buras A., Sass-Klaassen U., Puchałka R., Koprowski M., Ukalska J. 2019. Limitations at the limit? Diminishing of genetic effects in Norway spruce provenance trials. Frontiers in Plant Science 10:306 (IF=4.106, MNiSW=40; 100)
  15. Klisz M., Ukalska J., Koprowski M., Tereba A., Puchałka R., Przybylski P., Jastrzębowski S., Nabais C. 2019. Effect of provenance and climate on intra-annual density fluctuations of Norway spruce Picea abies (L.) Karst. in Poland. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 269–270: 145-156 (IF= 4.189, MNiSW=45; 200)
  16. Grzywacz, A. 2019. Thermal requirements for the development of immature stages of Fannia canicularis (Linnaeus) (Diptera: Fanniidae). Forensic Science International 297, 16-26 (IF= 1.999, MNiSW=40; 100)
  17. Giordani, G., Grzywacz, A., Vanin, S. 2019. Characterization and identification of puparia of Hydrotaea Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830 (Diptera: Muscidae) from forensic and archaeological contexts. Journal of Medical Entomology 56(1), 45-54. (IF= 1.907, MNiSW=35; 70)
  18. Netsvetov M., Prokopuk Y., Puchałka R., Koprowski M., Klisz M., Romenskyy M. 2019.  River regulation causes rapid changes in relationships between floodplain oak growth and environmental variables. Frontiers in Plant Science 10:96. (IF=4.106, MNiSW=40; 100)
  19. Szpila, K., Żmuda, A., Akbarzadeh, K., Tofilski, A. (2019). Wing measurement can be used to identify European blow flies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) of forensic importance. Forensic Science International 296, 1-8 (IF= 1.999, MNiSW=40; 100)
  20. Matthews, T. J., Aspin, T. W., Ulrich, W., Baselga, A., Kubota, Y., Proios, K., Triantis, K.A., Whittaker, R.J., Strona, G. 2019. Can additive beta diversity be reliably partitioned into nestedness and turnover components? Global Ecology and Biogeography 28: 1146-1154. (IF=5.667; MNiSW=40; 140)
  21. Habel, J. C., Ulrich, W., Biburger, N., Seibold, S., & Schmitt, T. 2019. Agricultural intensification drives butterfly decline. Insect Conservation and Diversity 12: 289-295. (IF=2.313; MNiSW=NA; 100)

2018 (IF=89.816, MNiSW=865)

  1. Puchałka R., Rutkowski L., Oana-Popa M., Pliszko A., Piwczyński M. 2018. Bur-chervil Anthriscus caucalis M. Bieb. (Apiaceae) – potentially invasive species in forests. Baltic Forestry 24 (2), 189-200. (IF=0.548, MNiSW=15)
  2. Zalewski M., Hajdamowicz I., Stańska M., Dudek-Godeau D., Tykarski P. Sienkiewicz P., Ciurzycki W., Ulrich W. 2018. ß-diversity decreases with increasing trophic rank in plant – arthropod food chains on lake islands. Scientific Reports 8:17425 [IF=4.122, MNiSW=40]
  3. Habel J.C., Seibold S., Ulrich W., Schmitt T. 2018. Seasonality overrides differences in butterfly species composition between natural and anthropogenic forest habitats. Animal Conservation 21: 405-413 [IF=2.889, MNiSW=35]
  4. Cuadros-Casanova I., Zamora C., Ulrich W., Seibold S., Habel J.C. 2018. Empty forests: safeguarding a sinking flagship in a biodiversity hotspot. Biodiversity and Conservation 27: 2495-2506 [IF=2.828, MNiSW=30]
  5. Kubota Y., Kusumoto B., Shiono T., Ulrich W. 2018. Environmental filters shaping angiosperm tree assembly along climatic and geographic gradients. Journal of Vegetation Science 29: 607-618 [IF=2.658, MNiSW=40]
  6. Habel J.C., Teucher M., Ulrich W., Schmitt T. 2018. Documenting the chronology of ecosystem health erosion along East African rivers. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 4: 34-43 [MNiSW=5]
  7. Grzywacz, A., Jarmusz, M., Szpila, K. 2018. New and noteworthy records of carrion-visiting Fannia Robineau-Desvoidy (Diptera: Fanniidae) of Poland. Entomologica Fennica, 29(4), 169-174. (IF= 0.256, MNiSW=15)
  8. Gebregeorgis, E. G., Zewdie, S., Wils, T. H. G., Robertson, I., Eshetu, Z., Koprowski, M. 2018. Precipitation as the Main Driver of the Radial Growth of Cupressus lusitanica (Mill.) at Wondo Genet, Ethiopia. Baltic Forestry, 24(1), 77-85. (IF=0.548, MNiSW=15)
  9. Habel, J. C., Husemann, M., Ulrich, W. 2018. Evolution of contact and alarm calls in the Kenyan endemic Hinde?s babbler (Aves: Passeriformes). BMC evolutionary biology, 18(1), 112. (IF= 3.027, MNiSW=30)
  10. Sterzyńska, M., Nicia, P., Zadrożny, P., Fiera, C., Shrubovych, J., Ulrich, W. 2018. Urban springtail species richness decreases with increasing air pollution. Ecological Indicators, 94, 328-335. (IF= 3.898, MNiSW=35)
  11. Ulrich, W., Nakadai, R., Matthews, T. J., Kubota, Y. 2018. The two-parameter Weibull distribution as a universal tool to model the variation in species relative abundances. Ecological Complexity, 36, 110-116. (IF= 1.634, MNiSW=30)
  12. Panahi M., Banasiak Ł., Piwczyński M., Puchałka R., Kanani M.R., Oskolski A.A., Modnicki, D., Miłobędzka A., Spalik K. 2018. Taxonomy of the traditional medicinal plant genus Ferula (Apiaceae) is confounded by incongruence between nuclear rDNA and plastid DNA. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 188 (2), 173-189. (IF=3.124, MNiSW=30)
  13. Klisz, M., Ukalski, K., Ukalska, J., Jastrzębowski S., Puchałka R., Przybylski P., Mionskowski, M., Matras, J. W. 2018. What can we learn from an early test on the adaptation of silver fir populations to marginal environments? Forests 9(7),441 (IF=1.956, MNiSW=30)
  14. Fiera, C., Habel, J.C., Puchalka, R., Ulrich, W. Environmental correlates of community structure in springtails (Collembola) from Romanian caves. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 124(4), 765-775. (IF=2.532, MNiSW=20)
  15. Piwczyński M., Wyborska D., Gołębiewska J., Puchałka R. Phylogenetic positions of seven poorly known species of Ferula (Apiaceae) with remarks on the phylogenetic utility of the plastid trnH-psbA, trnS-trnG and atpB-rbcL intergenic spacers. Systematics and Biodiversity 16 (5), 428-440. (IF=2.127, MNiSW=30).
  16. Lutz L., Williams K.A., Villet M.H., Ekanem M., Szpila K. 2018. Species identification of adult African blowflies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) of forensic importance. International Journal of Legal Medicine, 132: 831-842. (IF=2.382, MNiSW=40)
  17. Kubota Y., Kusumoto B., Shiono T., Ulrich, W. 2018. Multiple filters affect tree species assembly in mid-latitude forest communities. Oecologia. 187(1), 245-253. (IF= 3.130, MNiSW=35)
  18.  Ulrich W., Kubota  Y., Piernik  A., Gotelli N.J.  2018. Functional traits and environmental characteristics drive the degree of competitive intransitivity in European saltmarsh plant communities. Journal of Ecology. 106(3), 865-876. (IF= 5.810, MNiSW=45)
  19. Kunin W.E., Harte J., He F, Hui C., Jobe R.T., Ostling A., Polce C., Šizling A., Smith A.B., Smith K., Smart S.M., Storch D., Tj?rve E., Ugland K.I., Ulrich W., Varma V. 2018. Upscaling biodiversity: estimating the species?area relationship from small samples. Ecological Monographs. 88(2), 170-187. (IF= 8.759, MNiSW=45)
  20. Ulrich W., Kubota Y., Kusumoto B., Baselga A., Tuomisto H., Gotelli, N.J. 2018. Species richness correlates of raw and standardized co-occurrence metrics. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 27(4), 395-399. (IF= 6.045, MNiSW=50)
  21. Williams S.H., Che X., Garcia J.A., Klena J.D., Lee B., Muller D., Ulrich W., Corrigan R.M., Nichol S., Jain K., Lipkin W.I. 2018. Viral diversity of house mice in New York City. mBio. 9(2), e01354-17. (IF= 6.956, MNiSW=40)
  22. Koprowski M., Okoński B., Gričar J., Puchałka R. 2018. Streamflow as an ecological factor influencing radial growth of European ash (Fraxinus excelsior (L.)). Ecol. Indic. 85, 390-399. doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2017.09.051 (IF= 3.898, MNiSW=35)
  23. Ulrich W., Banks-Leite C., De Coster G., Habel J.C., Matheve H., Newmark W.D., Tobias J., Lens L. 2018. Environmentally and behaviourally mediated co-occurrence of functional traits in bird communities of tropical forest fragments. Oikos 127: 274-284 (IF=4,030, MNiSW=35)
  24. Fiera C., Habel J.C., Ulrich W. 2018 Neutral colonisations drive high beta-diversity in cavernicole springtails (Collembola). PLoS ONE, 13:e0189638 (IF=2,806, MNiSW=35)
  25. Strona G., Ulrich W., Gotelli N.J. 2018. Bi-dimensional null model analysis of presence-absence binary matrices. Ecology, 99: 103-115 (IF=4,809, MNiSW=40)
  26. Kurnik K., Krzyżyński M., Treder K., Tretyn A., Tyburski J. 2018. Study on utilizing solid food industry waste with brewers? spent grain and potato pulp as possible peroxidase sources. Journal of Food Biochemistry, 42(1): e12446. (IF=1, MNISW=20)
  27. Marshall L., Biesmeijer J. C., Rasmont P., Rasmont P., Vereecken N. J., Dvorak L., Fitzpatrick U., Francis F., Neumayer J., ?degaard F., Paukkunen J. P. T., Pawlikowski T., Reemer M., Roberts S. P. M., Straka J., Vray S. & Dendoncker N. 2018. The interplay of climate and land use change affects the distribution of EU bumblebees. Global Change Biology, 24: 101-116. (IF=8.044, MNiSW=45)

 

2017 (IF=52.109)

  1. Mumladze L., Ulrich W., Asanidze Z., Japoshvili G. 2017. An Inverse Elevational Species Richness Gradient of Caucasian Vascular Plants and Encyrtidae (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea). Ecoscience 24: 75-79. (IF=0.688)
  2. Ulrich W.,Kryszewski W., Sewerniak P., Puchałka R., Strona G., Gotelli N. 2017. A comprehensive framework for the study of species co-occurrences, nestedness and turnover. Oikos, 126: 1607-1616. (IF=4.030)
  3. Ulrich W., Zaplata, M.K., Winter, S., Fischer, A. 2017. Spatial distribution of functional traits indicates small scale habitat filtering during early plant succession. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 28: 58-66. (IF=3.123)
  4. Grzywacz A., Wallman J. F., Piwczyński M. 2017. To be or not to be a valid genus: the systematic position of Ophyra R.-D. revised (Diptera: Muscidae). Systematic Entomology. 42: 714-723 (IF=4.474)
  5. Piwczyński M., Pape T., Deja-Sikora E., Sikora M., Akbarzadeh K., Szpila K. 2017. Molecular phylogeny of Miltogramminae (Diptera: Sarcophagidae): Implications for classification, systematics and evolution of larval feeding strategies. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 116: 49-60. (IF=4.419)
  6. Nolte D., Schuldt A., Gossner M.M., Ulrich W., Assmann T. 2017. Functional traits drive ground beetle community structures in Central European forests: Implications for conservation. Biological Conservation, 213: 5-12. (IF=4.022)
  7. Grzywacz A., Wyborska D., Piwczyński M. 2017. DNA barcoding allows identification of European Fanniidae (Diptera) of forensic interst. Forensic Science International, 278: 106-114. (IF=1.989)
  8. Szpila K., Pape T. 2017. The first instar larva of two species of Miltogramminae (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) from the Middle East ? examples of peculiar morphology. Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 98: 237?244 (IF=0.989)
  9. Twerd L., Krzyżyński M., Waldon-Rudzionek B., Olszewski P. 2017. Can soda ash dumping grounds provide replacement habitats for digger wasps (Hymenoptera, Apoidea, Spheciformes)? PLoS ONE, 12: e0175664. (IF=3.057).
  10. Grzywacz A., Ogiela J., Tofilski A. 2017. Identification of Muscidae (Diptera) of medico-legal importance by means of wing measurements. Parasitology Research, 116: 1495-1504. (IF=2.027)
  11. Hawro V., Ceryngier P., Kowalska A, Ulrich W. 2017. Landscape structure and agricultural intensification are weak predictors of host range and parasitism rate of cereal aphids. Ecological Research 32: 109-115. (IF=1.338)
  12. Puchałka R., Koprowski M., Gričar J., Przybylak R. 2017. Does tree-ring formation follow leaf phenology in Pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.)? European Journal of Forest Research, 136: 259-268. (IF=2.041)
  13. Grzywacz A., Hall M.J.R., Pape T., Szpila K. 2017. Muscidae (Diptera) of forensic importance ? an identification key to third instar larvae of the western Palaearctic region and a catalogue of the muscid carrion community. International Journal of Legal Medicine, 131: 855-866. (IF=2.862)
  14. Ulrich W., Sewerniak P., Puchałka R. & Piwczyński M. Environmental filtering triggers community assembly of forest understorey plants in Central European pine stands. Scientific Reports, 7: 274. (IF=5.228)
  15. Ulrich W., Jabot F., Gotelli N.J. 2017. Competitive interactions change the pattern of species co-occurrences under neutral dispersal. Oikos, 126: 91-100. (IF=3.586)
  16. Pape T., Piwczyński M., Wyborska D., Akbarzadeh K., Szpila K. 2017. A new genus and species of hypodermatine bot flies (Diptera, Oestridae). Systematic Entomology, 42: 387-398. (IF=3.343)
  17. Ulrich W., Baselga A., Kusumoto B., Shiono T., Tuomisto H., Kubota Y. 2017. The tangled link between beta- and gamma-diversity: a Narcissus effect weakens statistical inferences in null model analyses of diversity patterns. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 26: 1-5. (IF=5.840)
  18. Szpila K., Akbarzadeh K., Pape T. 2017. First description of the first instar larva of Sphecapatoclea and Sphecapatodes (Diptera: Sarcophagidae). Zoologischer Anzeiger, 266: 129-135. (IF=1.483)

2016 (IF=111.383)

  1. Boratyński Z., Miranda Arias J., Mappes T., Mousseau T.A., M?ller A.P., Mu?oz Pajares A.J., Garcia C., Piwczyński M. & Tukalenko E. 2016. Ionizing radiation from Chernobyl affects development of wild carrot plants. Scientific Reports 6: 39282. (IF=5.228)
  2. Prado e Castro C. Szpila K., Martinez-Sanchez A., Rego C., Silva I., Serrano A.R.M., Boieiro M. 2016. The blowflies of the Madeira Archipelago: species diversity, distribution and indentification (Diptera, Calliphoridae s.l.). ZooKeys, 634: 101-123. (IF=0.938)
  3. Habel J.Chr., Teucher M., Ulrich W., Bauer M., Rödder D. 2016. Drones for butterfly conservation : larval habitat assessment with an unmanned aerial vehicle. Landscape Ecology, 31: 2385-2395. (IF=3.657)
  4. Ulrich W., Lens L., Tobias J.A., Habel J.C. 2016.Contrasting patterns of species richness and functional diversity in bird communities of East African cloud forest fragments. PloS One, 11:e0163338. (IF=3.057)
  5. Olszewski P., Wiśniowski B., Bogusch P., Pawlikowski T., Krzyżyński M. 2016.Distributional history and present status of the species of the family Scoliidae (Hymenoptera) in Poland and the Czech Republic. Acta Zoologica Bulgarica, 68: 43-54. (IF=0.310)
  6. Olszewski P., Ljubomirov T., Wiśniowski B., Kowalczyk J.K., Krzyżyński M. 2016. New records of the genus Diodontus Curtis, 1834 (Hymenoptera: Crabronidae) from Bulgaria, Montenegro and Poland, with a key to Central and Eastern European species. Zootaxa, 4061: 164-172. (IF=0.994)
  7. Pawlikowski T., Olszewski P., Piekarska-Boniecka H., Pawlikowski K. 2016. The diversity of social wasp communities (Hymenoptera: Polistinae, Vespinae) in the agricultural landscape of central Poland. Acta Zoologica Bulgarica 68: 553-556. (IF=0.31)
  8. Pawlikowski T., Olszewski P., Żyła W., Przybylińska M. 2016. The rare oligolectic bumblebee Bombus gerstaeckeri Morawitz, 1882 from Poland (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Spixiana 39: 130. (IF=0.673)
  9. Habel J.Ch., Augenstein B., Schmitt T., Ulrich W. 2016. Managing towards extinction : Diverging developments of plant and ground beetle assemblages following restoration of calcareous grasslands. Basic and Applied Ecology, 17: 668-677. (IF=1.836)
  10. Ulrich W., Soliveres S., Thomas A.D., Dougill A.J., Maestre F.T. 2016. Environmental correlates of species rank ? abundance distributions in global drylands. Perspectives in Plant Ecology Evolution  and Systematics, 20: 56-64. (IF=3.578)
  11. Habel J.C., Segerer A., Ulrich W., […], Wiesser W.W., Schmitt T. 2016. Butterfly community shifts over two centuries. Conservation Biology, 30: 754-762. (IF=4.267)
  12. Zalewski M., Dudek- Godeau D., V., Godeau J.-F., Kujawa K., Sienkiewicz P., Tiunov A., Ulrich W. 2016. Trophic generalism at the population level in ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Canadian Entomologist, 148: 284-293. (IF=1.000)
  13. Ulrich W., Zaplata M.K., Winter S., […], Soliveres S, Gotelli N.J. 2016. Species interactions and random dispersal rather than habitat filtering drive community assembly during early plant succession. Oikos, 125: 698-707. (IF=3.586)
  14. Ulrich W., Kusumoto B., Shiono T., Kubota Y. 2016. Climatic and geographical correlates of global forest tree species abundance distributions and community evenness. Journal of Vegetation Science, 27: 295-305. (IF=3.151)
  15. Kubota Y., Kusumoto B., Shiono T., Ulrich W., Jabot F. 2016. Non-neutrality in forest communities: environmental drivers of tree species abundance distributions. Oikos 125: 237-244. (IF=3.586)
  16. Puchałka R., Koprowski M., Przybylak J., Przybylak R., Dąbrowski H P. 2016. Did the late spring frost in 2007 and 2011 affect tree-ring width and earlywood vessel size in Pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) in northern Poland? International Journal of Biometeorology. 60: 1143-1150. (IF=2.309)
  17. Szpila K., Wallman J., 2016. Morphology and identification of first instar larvae of Australian blowflies of the genus Chrysomya of forensic importance. Acta Tropica, 162: 146-154. (IF=2.380)
  18. Wils T.H.G., Robertson I., Woodborne S.,  Hall G., Koprowski M.,  Eshetu Z., 2016.  Anthropogenic forcing increases the water use efficiency of African trees. Journal of Quaternary Science. 31(4): 386-390. (IF=2.553)
  19. Battipaglia G., Campelo F., Vieira J., Grabner M., De Micco V., Nabais C., Cherubini P., Carrer M., Braeuning A., Cufar K., Di Filippo A., García-González I., Koprowski M., Klisz M., Kirdyanov A.V., Zafirov N., De Luis M. 2016. Structure and Function of Intra?Annual Density Fluctuations: Mind the Gaps. Frontiers in Plant Science. Volume 7. Article 595. (IF=4.495)
  20. Klisz M., Koprowski M., Ukalska J., Nabais C., 2016. Does the Genotype Have a Significant Effect on the Formation of Intra-Annual Density Fluctuations? A Case Study Using Larix decidua from Northern Poland. Frontiers in Plant Science. Volume 7.  Article 691. (IF=4.495)
  21. Banasiak Ł., Wojewódzka A., Baczyński J., Reduron J-P., Piwczyński M., Kurzyna-Młynik R., Gutaker R., Czarnocka-Cieciura A., Kosmala-Grzechnik S. & Spalik K. 2016. Phylogeny of Apiaceae subtribe Daucinae and the taxonomic delineation of its genera. Taxon 65: 563-585. (IF=2.907)
  22. Piwczyński M., Pabijan M., Grzywacz A., Glinkowski W., Bereś P.K. & Buszko J. 2016. High regional genetic diversity and lack of host-specificity in Ostrinia nubilalis (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) as revealed by mtDNA variation. Bulletin of Entomological Research 106: 512-521. (IF=1.761)
  23. Piwczyński M., Puchałka R. & Ulrich W. 2016. Influence of tree plantations on the phylogenetic structure of understorey plant communities. Forest Ecology and Management 376: 231-237. (IF=2.826)
  24. Grzywacz A., Amendt J., Fremdt H. 2016. Seek, and ye shall find ? the example of Neohydrotaea lundbecki (Michelsen) (Diptera: Muscidae), a rare muscid species or just ignored so far in forensic entomology? North-Western Journal of Zoology 12:196?198. (IF=0.539)
  25. Szpila K., Sinha S.K., Pape T. 2016. First documentation of early preimaginal stages of the blowfly Bengalia (Diptera: Calliphoridae). Zoologischer Anzeiger, 263: 16-23. (IF=1.483)
  26. Prado e Castro C., Szpila K., Rego C., Boieiro M, Serrano A.R.M. 2016. First finding of larviposition in Calliphora loewi from an island relict forest. Entomological Science, 19: 77-81.(IF=1.065)
  27. Matuszewski S., Frątczak K., Konwerski S., Bajerlein D., Szpila K., Jarmusz M., Szafałowicz M., Grzywacz A., Mądra A. 2016. Effect of body mass and clothing on carrion entomofauna. International Journal of Legal Medicine 130: 221-232. (IF=2.714)
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