Ivano Brunner
Ivano Brunner
Research Unit Leader 'Forest Soils and Biogeochemistry', WSL
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Specific root length as an indicator of environmental change
I Ostonen, Ü Püttsepp, C Biel, O Alberton, MR Bakker, K Lõhmus, H Majdi, ...
Plant Biosystems 141 (3), 426-442, 2007
How tree roots respond to drought
I Brunner, C Herzog, MA Dawes, M Arend, C Sperisen
Frontiers in plant science 6, 547, 2015
Variation in fine root biomass of three European tree species: Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.), Norway spruce (Picea abies L. Karst.), and Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.)
L Finér, HS Helmisaari, K Lõhmus, H Majdi, I Brunner, I Børja, T Eldhuset, ...
Plant Biosystems 141 (3), 394-405, 2007
Heavy metal accumulation and phytostabilisation potential of tree fine roots in a contaminated soil
I Brunner, J Luster, MS Günthardt-Goerg, B Frey
Environmental Pollution 152 (3), 559-568, 2008
Tree roots in a changing world
I Brunner, DL Godbold
Journal of forest research 12 (2), 78-82, 2007
Fine-root turnover rates of European forests revisited: an analysis of data from sequential coring and ingrowth cores
I Brunner, MR Bakker, RG Björk, Y Hirano, M Lukac, X Aranda, I Børja, ...
Plant and Soil 362 (1-2), 357-372, 2013
Bacterial, archaeal and fungal succession in the forefield of a receding glacier
A Zumsteg, J Luster, H Göransson, RH Smittenberg, I Brunner, ...
Microbial ecology 63 (3), 552-564, 2012
Chemical and biological gradients along the Damma glacier soil chronosequence, Switzerland
SM Bernasconi, A Bauder, B Bourdon, I Brunner, E Bünemann, I Chris, ...
Vadose Zone Journal 10 (3), 867-883, 2011
Weathering-associated bacteria from the Damma glacier forefield: physiological capabilities and impact on granite dissolution
B Frey, SR Rieder, I Brunner, M Plötze, S Koetzsch, A Lapanje, H Brandl, ...
Applied and environmental Microbiology 76 (14), 4788-4796, 2010
Aluminum exclusion and aluminum tolerance in woody plants
I Brunner, C Sperisen
Frontiers in Plant Science 4, 172, 2013
The evolutionary split of Pinaceae from other conifers: evidence from an intron loss and a multigene phylogeny
F Gugerli, C Sperisen, U Büchler, I Brunner, S Brodbeck, JD Palmer, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 21 (2), 167-175, 2001
Exudation of organic acid anions from poplar roots after exposure to Al, Cu and Zn
R Qin, Y Hirano, I Brunner
Tree physiology 27 (2), 313-320, 2007
Vitality of tree fine roots: reevaluation of the tetrazolium test
M Ruf, I Brunner
Tree Physiology 23 (4), 257-263, 2003
Vertical distribution of the soil microbiota along a successional gradient in a glacier forefield
T Rime, M Hartmann, I Brunner, F Widmer, J Zeyer, B Frey
Molecular Ecology 24 (5), 1091-1108, 2015
Accumulation of mercury and methylmercury by mushrooms and earthworms from forest soils
SR Rieder, I Brunner, M Horvat, A Jacobs, B Frey
Environmental pollution 159 (10), 2861-2869, 2011
Contribution of ectomycorrhizal fungi to cadmium uptake of poplars and willows from a heavily polluted soil
J Sell, A Kayser, R Schulin, I Brunner
Plant and soil 277 (1-2), 245-253, 2005
Extracellular complexation of Cd in the Hartig net and cytosolic Zn sequestration in the fungal mantle of Picea abies – Hebeloma crustuliniforme ectomycorrhizas
B Frey, K Zierold, I Brunner
Plant, Cell & Environment 23 (11), 1257-1265, 2000
Molecular identification of fine roots of trees from the Alps: reliable and fast DNA extraction and PCR–RFLP analyses of plastid DNA
I Brunner, S Brodbeck, U Büchler, C Sperisen
Molecular Ecology 10 (8), 2079-2087, 2001
Effects of aluminium treatment on Norway spruce roots: aluminium binding forms, element distribution, and release of organic substances
A Heim, J Luster, I Brunner, B Frey, E Frossard
Plant and Soil 216 (1-2), 103-116, 1999
Morphological and physiological responses of Scots pine fine roots to water supply in a dry climatic region in Switzerland
I Brunner, EG Pannatier, B Frey, A Rigling, W Landolt, S Zimmermann, ...
Tree Physiology 29 (4), 541-550, 2009
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