Annemieke van der Wal
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Fungal biomass development in a chronosequence of land abandonment
A van der Wal, JA van Veen, W Smant, HTS Boschker, J Bloem, P Kardol, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38 (1), 51-60, 2006
A thready affair: linking fungal diversity and community dynamics to terrestrial decomposition processes
A van der Wal, TD Geydan, TW Kuyper, W De Boer
FEMS Microbiology Reviews 37 (4), 477-494, 2013
Soil food web structure during ecosystem development after land abandonment
R Holtkamp, P Kardol, A van der Wal, SC Dekker, WH van der Putten, ...
applied soil ecology 39 (1), 23-34, 2008
Biological measurements in a nationwide soil monitoring network
M Rutgers, AJ Schouten, J Bloem, N Van Eekeren, RGM De Goede, ...
European Journal of Soil Science 60 (5), 820-832, 2009
Neglected role of fungal community composition in explaining variation in wood decay rates
A van der Wal, E Ottosson, W De Boer
Ecology 96 (1), 124-133, 2015
Successional trajectories of soil nematode and plant communities in a chronosequence of ex-arable lands
P Kardol, TM Bezemer, A van der Wal, WH Van der Putten
Biological Conservation 126 (3), 317-327, 2005
Initial decay of woody fragments in soil is influenced by size, vertical position, nitrogen availability and soil origin
A van der Wal, W de Boer, W Smant, JA van Veen
Plant and Soil 301 (1-2), 189-201, 2007
Modelling C and N mineralisation in soil food webs during secondary succession on ex-arable land
R Holtkamp, A Van der Wal, P Kardol, WH Van der Putten, PC De Ruiter, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (2), 251-260, 2011
Controls on coarse wood decay in temperate tree species: birth of the LOGLIFE experiment
JHC Cornelissen, U Sass-Klaassen, L Poorter, K van Geffen, ...
Ambio 41 (3), 231-245, 2012
Restoration of species-rich grasslands on ex-arable land: Seed addition outweighs soil fertility reduction
P Kardol, A Van der Wal, TM Bezemer, W de Boer, H Duyts, R Holtkamp, ...
Biological conservation 141 (9), 2208-2217, 2008
Constraints on development of fungal biomass and decomposition processes during restoration of arable sandy soils
A van der Wal, JA van Veen, AS Pijl, RC Summerbell, W de Boer
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38 (9), 2890-2902, 2006
Dinner in the dark: illuminating drivers of soil organic matter decomposition
A van der Wal, W De Boer
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 105, 45-48, 2017
Evaluation of a simple, non-alkaline extraction protocol to quantify soil ergosterol
AS de Ridder-Duine, W Smant, A van der Wal, JA van Veen, W de Boer
Pedobiologia 50 (4), 293-300, 2006
Priming of soil organic matter: Chemical structure of added compounds is more important than the energy content
DP Di Lonardo, W De Boer, PJAK Gunnewiek, SE Hannula, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 108, 41-54, 2017
Dissimilar response of plant and soil biota communities to long-term nutrient addition in grasslands
A Van der Wal, R Geerts, H Korevaar, AJ Schouten, GJ op Akkerhuis, ...
Biology and fertility of soils 45 (6), 663-667, 2009
Interactions between saprotrophic basidiomycetes and bacteria
W De Boer, A van der Wal
Ecology of saprotrophic basidiomycetes, 143-153, 2008
Modelling sugar diffusion across plant leaf cuticles: the effect of free water on substrate availability to phyllosphere bacteria
A van der Wal, JHJ Leveau
Environmental microbiology 13 (3), 792-797, 2011
No apparent costs for facultative antibiotic production by the soil bacterium Pseudomonas fluorescens Pf0-1
P Garbeva, O Tyc, MNP Remus-Emsermann, A Van Der Wal, M Vos, ...
PLoS One 6 (11), e27266, 2011
POLYMER PAPERS-Polypropylene-rubber blends: 2. The effect of the rubber content on the deformation and impact behaviour
A Wal, R Nijhof, RJ Gaymans
Polymer-Letchworth 40 (22), 6031-6044, 1999
Antifungal rhizosphere bacteria can increase as response to the presence of saprotrophic fungi
W De Boer, MPJ Hundscheid, PJAK Gunnewiek, AS de Ridder-Duine, ...
PLoS One 10 (9), e0137988, 2015
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