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Dr. Daniel Stalter, Researcher


Müller, R., Bandow, C., Seeland, A., Fennel, D., Coors, A., Ebke, P.K., Förster, B, Martinez-Arbizu, P., Moser, T., Oetken, M., Renz, J., Römbke, J., Schulz, N. & J. Oehlmann (2010) : BiKF AdaMus: a novel research project studying the response and adaptive potential of single species and communities to climate change in combination with other stressors. - Journal of Soils and Sediments 10(4): 718-721.

Müller, R., Seeland, A., Jagodzinski, L.S., Diogo, J.B., Nowak, C. & J. Oehlmann (2012) : Simulated climate change conditions unveil the toxic potential of the fungicide pyrimethanil on the midge Chironomus riparius: a multigeneration experiment. - Ecology and Evolution 2: 196-210.

Müller, R., Berghahn, R. & S. Hilt (2010) : Herbicide effects of metazachlor on duckweed (/Lemna minor/ and /Spirodela polyrhiza/) in test systems with different trophic status and complexity. Journal of Environmental Health and Science, Part B 45: 95-101.

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Müller, R., Desel, C., Steinhoff, F.S., Wiencke, C. & K. Bischof (2012) : UV-radiation and elevated temperatures induce formation of reactive oxygen species in gametophytes of cold-temperate/Arctic kelps (Laminariales, Phaeophyceae). - Phycological Research 60: 27-36.

Müller, R., Knautz, T., Völker, J., Kreß, A., Kuch, U. & J. Oehlmann (2013) : Appropriate larval food quality and quantity for Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae). - Journal of Medical Entomology 50: 668-673. 

Müller, R., Laepple, T., Bartsch, I. & C. Wiencke (2009) : Impact of oceanic warming on the distribution of seaweeds in polar and cold-temperate waters. - Botanica Marina, Special Issue Polar Benthic Algae 52: 617-638.

Nowak, C., Vogt, C., Pfenninger, M., Schwenk, K., Oehlmann, J., Streit, B. & M. Oetken (2009) : Rapid genetic erosion in pollutant-exposed experimental chironomid populations. - Environmental Pollution 157, 881-886.

Stegger, P., Ebke, K.-P. & J. Römbke (2011) : Boric acid as alternative reference substance for earthworm field tests. - Journal of Soils and Sediments 11: 330–335.

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