Jürg Stöcklin
Jürg Stöcklin
Professor für Botanik, Universität Basel
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Local Extinctions of Plants in Remnants of Extensively Used Calcareous Grasslands 1950–1985: Extinciónes Locales de Plantas en Remanentes de Pastizales Calcáreos de Uso …
M Fischer, J Stöcklin
Conservation biology 11 (3), 727-737, 1997
Longevity of clonal plants: why it matters and how to measure it
LC De Witte, J Stöcklin
Annals of botany 106 (6), 859-870, 2010
Seed rain, seedling establishment and clonal growth strategies on a glacier foreland
J Stöcklin, E Bäumler
Journal of Vegetation Science 7 (1), 45-56, 1996
Genotypic and environmental variation in specific leaf area in a widespread Alpine plant after transplantation to different altitudes
JF Scheepens, ES Frei, J Stöcklin
Oecologia 164, 141-150, 2010
Old cultural traditions, in addition to land use and topography, are shaping plant diversity of grasslands in the Alps
K Maurer, A Weyand, M Fischer, J Stöcklin
Biological Conservation 130 (3), 438-446, 2006
Small differences in arrival time influence composition and productivity of plant communities
C Körner, J Stöcklin, L Reuther‐Thiébaud, S Pelaez‐Riedl
New Phytologist 177 (3), 698-705, 2008
Plants with longer-lived seeds have lower local extinction rates in grassland remnants 1950–1985
J Stöcklin, M Fischer
Oecologia 120, 539-543, 1999
Seed weight increases with altitude in the Swiss Alps between related species but not among populations of individual species
AR Pluess, W Schütz, J Stöcklin
Oecologia 144, 55-61, 2005
Genetic diversity, phenotypic variation and local adaptation in the alpine landscape: case studies with alpine plant species
J Stöcklin, P Kuss, A Pluess
Botanica Helvetica 119 (2), 125-133, 2009
Population genetic diversity of the clonal plant Geum reptans (Rosaceae) in the Swiss Alps
AR Pluess, J Stöcklin
American Journal of Botany 91 (12), 2013-2021, 2004
Agricultural land use and biodiversity in the Alps: how cultural tradition and socioeconomically motivated changes are shaping grassland biodiversity in the Swiss Alps
M Fischer, K Rudmann-Maurer, A Weyand, J Stöcklin
Mountain Research and Development, 148-155, 2008
Changes in reproductive investment with altitude in an alpine plant
Y Hautier, CF Randin, J Stöcklin, A Guisan
Journal of Plant Ecology 2 (3), 125-134, 2009
The relative importance of sexual and clonal reproduction for population growth in the long‐lived alpine plant Geum reptans
T Weppler, P Stoll, J Stöcklin
Journal of Ecology 94 (4), 869-879, 2006
Nutrient relations in calcareous grassland under elevated CO2
PA Niklaus, PW Leadley, J Stöcklin, C Körner
Oecologia 116, 67-75, 1998
Lower plasticity exhibited by high-versus mid-elevation species in their phenological responses to manipulated temperature and drought
S Gugger, H Kesselring, J Stöcklin, E Hamann
Annals of Botany 116 (6), 953-962, 2015
Effects of elevated CO2 and phosphorus addition on productivity and community composition of intact monoliths from calcareous grassland
J Stöcklin, K Schweizer, C Körner
Oecologia 116, 50-56, 1998
Effects of plant size and morphological constraints on variation in reproductive components in two related species of Epilobium
J Stocklin, P Favre
Journal of Ecology, 735-746, 1994
AFLP markers reveal high clonal diversity and extreme longevity in four key arctic‐alpine species
LC De Witte, GFJ Armbruster, L Gielly, P Taberlet, J Stoecklin
Molecular Ecology 21 (5), 1081-1097, 2012
Isolated populations of a rare alpine plant show high genetic diversity and considerable population differentiation
HH Ægisdóttir, P Kuss, J Stöcklin
Annals of Botany 104 (7), 1313-1322, 2009
The importance of population origin and environment on clonal and sexual reproduction in the alpine plant Geum reptans
AR Pluess, J Stöcklin
Functional Ecology, 228-237, 2005
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