Patrick Heidbüchel
Patrick Heidbüchel
Postdoc, Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB)
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Effects of water nutrients on regeneration capacity of submerged aquatic plant fragments
K Kuntz, P Heidbüchel, A Hussner
Annales de Limnologie-International Journal of Limnology 50 (2), 155-162, 2014
Interactive effects of nitrate concentrations and carbon dioxide on the stoichiometry, biomass allocation and growth rate of submerged aquatic plants
E Dülger, P Heidbüchel, T Schumann, T Mettler‐Altmann, A Hussner
Freshwater Biology 62 (6), 1094-1104, 2017
Alien aquatic plants do not have higher fragmentation rates than native species: a field study from the River Erft
P Heidbüchel, K Kuntz, A Hussner
Aquatic Sciences 78 (4), 767-777, 2016
Fragment type and water depth determine the regeneration and colonization success of submerged aquatic macrophytes
P Heidbüchel, A Hussner
Aquatic Sciences 81 (1), 1-11, 2019
Vegetative overwintering and viable seed production explain the establishment of invasive Pistia stratiotes in the thermally abnormal Erft River (North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany)
A Hussner, P Heidbuechel, S Heiligtag
Aquatic botany 119, 28-32, 2014
Falling into pieces: In situ fragmentation rates of submerged aquatic plants and the influence of discharge in lowland streams
P Heidbüchel, A Hussner
Aquatic Botany 160, 103164, 2020
Species-specific fragmentation rate and colonization potential partly explain the successful spread of aquatic plants in lowland streams
P Heidbüchel, M Sachs, N Stanik, A Hussner
Hydrobiologia 843 (1), 107-123, 2019
Go with the flow: Fragment retention patterns shape the vegetative dispersal of aquatic plants in lowland streams
P Heidbüchel, M Sachs, N Hamzehian, A Hussner
Freshwater Biology 65 (11), 1936-1949, 2020
Chlorophyll fluorometry sheds light on the role of desiccation resistance for vegetative overland dispersal of aquatic plants
P Heidbüchel, P Jahns, A Hussner
Freshwater Biology 64 (8), 1401-1415, 2019
From introduction to nuisance growth: a review of traits of alien aquatic plants which contribute to their invasiveness
A Hussner, P Heidbüchel, J Coetzee, EM Gross
Hydrobiologia 848 (9), 2119-2151, 2021
Vegetative overwintering and reproduction by seeds explains the establishment of invasive Pistia stratiotes within the River Erft system (North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany)
A Hussner, P Heidbuechel, S Heiligtag
Aquat Bot 119, 28-32, 2014
Sediment-rooting affects growth and biomass allocation in Myriophyllum spicatum under varying growth conditions
A Hussner, P Heidbüchel
Aquatic Botany 170, 103354, 2021
Fragment dispersal and its role for the successful spread of native and invasive alien aquatic plants
P Heidbüchel
PhD thesis, Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf, 2020
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