Jörg Schaller
Jörg Schaller
Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF)
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Silicon availability modifies nutrient use efficiency and content, C:N:P stoichiometry, and productivity of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
S Neu, J Schaller, EG Dudel
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 40829, 2017
Multiple plant diversity components drive consumer communities across ecosystems
A Schuldt, A Ebeling, M Kunz, M Staab, C Guimarães-Steinicke, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1460, 2019
Silicon increases the phosphorus availability of Arctic soils
J Schaller, S Faucherre, H Joss, M Obst, M Goeckede, B Planer-Friedrich, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 449, 2019
Silicon cycling in soils revisited
J Schaller, D Puppe, D Kaczorek, R Ellerbrock, M Sommer
Plants 10 (2), 295, 2021
Silicon supply modifies C:N:P stoichiometry and growth of Phragmites australis
J Schaller, C Brackhage, MO Gessner, E Bäuker, E Gert Dudel
Plant Biology 14 (2), 392-396, 2012
Silicon availability changes structural carbon ratio and phenol content of grasses
J Schaller, C Brackhage, EG Dudel
Environmental and Experimental Botany 77, 283-287, 2012
Comparing amorphous silica, short-range-ordered silicates and silicic acid species by FTIR
R Ellerbrock, M Stein, J Schaller
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 11708, 2022
Review on the interactions of arsenic, iron (oxy)(hydr) oxides, and dissolved organic matter in soils, sediments, and groundwater in a ternary system
A Aftabtalab, J Rinklebe, SM Shaheen, NK Niazi, E Moreno-Jiménez, ...
Chemosphere 286, 131790, 2022
Metal/metalloid accumulation/remobilization during aquatic litter decomposition in freshwater: a review
J Schaller, C Brackhage, M Mkandawire, EG Dudel
Science of the Total Environment 409 (23), 4891-4898, 2011
Silicon controls microbial decay and nutrient release of grass litter during aquatic decomposition
J Schaller, E Struyf
Hydrobiologia 709, 201-212, 2013
Silica uptake from nanoparticles and silica condensation state in different tissues of Phragmites australis
J Schaller, C Brackhage, S Paasch, E Brunner, E Bäucker, EG Dudel
Science of the Total Environment 442, 6-9, 2013
Biogenic amorphous silica as main driver for plant available water in soils
J Schaller, A Cramer, A Carminati, M Zarebanadkouki
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 2424, 2020
Silicon in the soil–plant continuum: Intricate feedback mechanisms within ecosystems
O Katz, D Puppe, D Kaczorek, NB Prakash, J Schaller
Plants 10 (4), 652, 2021
Fire enhances phosphorus availability in topsoils depending on binding properties
J Schaller, A Tischer, E Struyf, M Bremer, DU Belmonte, K Potthast
Ecology 96 (6), 1598-1606, 2015
Bioturbation/bioirrigation by Chironomus plumosus as main factor controlling elemental remobilization from aquatic sediments?
J Schaller
Chemosphere 107, 336-343, 2014
Enhanced silicon availability leads to increased methane production, nutrient and toxicant mobility in peatlands
GMS Reithmaier, KH Knorr, S Arnhold, B Planer-Friedrich, J Schaller
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 8728, 2017
Silicon availability affects the stoichiometry and content of calcium and micro nutrients in the leaves of common reed
C Brackhage, J Schaller, E Bäucker, EG Dudel
Silicon 5, 199-204, 2013
Invertebrates control metals and arsenic sequestration as ecosystem engineers
J Schaller, A Weiske, M Mkandawire, EG Dudel
Chemosphere 79 (2), 169-173, 2010
UV-screening of grasses by plant silica layer?
J Schaller, C Brackhage, E Bäucker, EG DUDEL
J. Biosci 38, 413–416, 2013
Readily available phosphorous and nitrogen counteract for arsenic uptake and distribution in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
C Brackhage, JH Huang, J Schaller, EJ Elzinga, EG Dudel
Scientific reports 4 (1), 4944, 2014
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