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de Dios VResco, Roy J, Ferrio JPedro, Alday JG, Landais D, Milcu A, Gessler A.  2015.  Processes driving nocturnal transpiration and implications for estimating land evapotranspiration. Scientific Reports. 5:10975.
Damgaard C, Holmstrup M, Schmidt IKappel, Beier C, Larsen KSteenberg.  2018.  On the problems of using linear models in ecological manipulation experiments: lessons learned from a climate experiment. 9:e02322.
Médoc V., Spataro T., Arditi R..  2013.  Prey: predator ratio dependence in the functional response of a freshwater amphipod: \textit{{Ratio} dependence in amphipods}. Freshwater Biology. 58:858–865.
van Gestel N, Shi Z, van Groenigen KJan, Osenberg CW, Andresen LC, Dukes JS, Hovenden MJ, Luo Y, Michelsen A, Pendall E et al..  2018.  Predicting soil carbon loss with warming. 554:E4–E5.
De Kort H, Panis B, Helsen K, Douzet R, Janssens SB, Honnay O.  2020.  Pre-adaptation to climate change through topography-driven phenotypic plasticity. Journal of Ecology. 108:1465–1474.
Merlier E, Hmimina G, Bagard M, Dufrêne E, Soudani K.  2017.  Potential use of the {PRI} and active fluorescence for the diagnosis of the physiological state of plants under ozone exposure and high atmospheric vapor pressure deficit. Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences. 16:1238–1251.
Santonja M, Baldy V, Fernandez C, Balesdent J, Gauquelin T.  2015.  Potential {Shift} in {Plant} {Communities} with {Climate} {Change}: {Outcome} on {Litter} {Decomposition} and {Nutrient} {Release} in a {Mediterranean} {Oak} {Forest}. Ecosystems. 18:1253–1268.
Liao Z, He B, Quan X.  2020.  Potential of texture from {SAR} tomographic images for forest aboveground biomass estimation. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation. 88:102049.
Liao Z, He B, Quan X.  2020.  Potential of texture from {SAR} tomographic images for forest aboveground biomass estimation. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation. 88:102049.
Abidizadegan M, Peltomaa E, Blomster J.  2021.  The Potential of Cryptophyte Algae in Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Applications. 11
Urbani B., Youlatos D., Kowalewski M.M.  2020.  Postural behavior of howler monkeys (\textit{{Alouatta} palliata}, \textit{{A}. macconnelli}, and \textit{{A}. caraya}) during sleep: an assessment across the genus range. Primate Biology. 7:25–33.
Trochet A, Legrand D, Larranaga N, Ducatez S, Calvez O, Cote J, Clobert J, Baguette M.  2013.  Population sex ratio and dispersal in experimental, two-patch metapopulations of butterflies. Journal of Animal Ecology. 82:946–955.
Picard N, Gamarra JGP, Birigazzi L, Branthomme A.  2018.  Plot-level variability in biomass for tropical forest inventory designs. Forest Ecology and Management. 430:10–20.
Dontsova K, Balogh-Brunstad Z, chorover J.  2020.  Plants as drivers of rock weathering. Biogeochemical {Cycles}: {Ecological} {Drivers} and {Environmental} {Impact}. :33–58.
Legay N., Grassein F., Binet M.N., Arnoldi C., Personeni E., Perigon S., Poly F., Pommier T., Puissant J., Clément J.C. et al..  2016.  Plant species identities and fertilization influence on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal colonisation and soil bacterial activities. Applied Soil Ecology. 98:132–139.
Adamczyk B, Sietiö O-M, Straková P, Prommer J, Wild B, Hagner M, Pihlatie M, Fritze H, Richter A, Heinonsalo J.  2019.  Plant roots increase both decomposition and stable organic matter formation in boreal forest soil. 10
Santonja M, Fernandez C, Proffit M, Gers C, Gauquelin T, Reiter IM, Cramer W, Baldy V.  2017.  Plant litter mixture partly mitigates the negative effects of extended drought on soil biota and litter decomposition in a {Mediterranean} oak forest. Journal of Ecology. 105:801–815.
Andreo-Jimenez B, Vandenkoornhuyse P, Van ALê, Heutinck A, Duhamel M, Kadam N, Jagadish K, Ruyter-Spira C, Bouwmeester H.  2019.  Plant host and drought shape the root associated fungal microbiota in rice. PeerJ. 7:e7463.
Legay N., Clément J.C, Grassein F., Lavorel S., Lemauviel-Lavenant S., Personeni E., Poly F., Pommier T., Robson T.M, Mouhamadou B. et al..  2020.  Plant growth drives soil nitrogen cycling and {N}-related microbial activity through changing root traits. Fungal Ecology. 44:100910.
Milcu A, Eugster W, Bachmann D, Guderle M, Roscher C, Gockele A, Landais D, Ravel O, Gessler A, Lange M et al..  2016.  Plant functional diversity increases grassland productivity-related water vapor fluxes: {An} {Ecotron} and modeling approach. Ecology. 97:2044–2054.
Kohler M, Devaux C, Grigulis K, Leitinger G, Lavorel S, Tappeiner U.  2017.  Plant functional assemblages as indicators of the resilience of grassland ecosystem service provision. Ecological Indicators. 73:118–127.
Lange M, Eisenhauer N, Sierra Ca., Bessler H, Engels C, Griffiths RI, Mellado-Vázquez PG, Malik Aa., Roy J, Scheu S et al..  2015.  Plant diversity increases soil microbial activity and soil carbon storage. Nature Communications. 6:6707.
Mellado-Vasquez PG, Lange M, Gockele A, Milcu A, Piel C, Roscher C, Roy J, Gleixner G.  2016.  Plant diversity generates enhanced soil microbial access to recently photosynthesized carbon in the rhizosphere. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 94:1–33.