Johan Asplund
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How lichens impact on terrestrial community and ecosystem properties
J Asplund, DA Wardle
Biological Reviews 92 (3), 1720-1738, 2017
Gastropod grazing shapes the vertical distribution of epiphytic lichens in forest canopies
J Asplund, P Larsson, S Vatne, Y Gauslaa
Journal of Ecology 98 (1), 218-225, 2010
Mollusc grazing limits growth and early development of the old forest lichen Lobaria pulmonaria in broadleaved deciduous forests
J Asplund, Y Gauslaa
Oecologia 155 (1), 93-99, 2008
The impact of secondary compounds and functional characteristics on lichen palatability and decomposition
J Asplund, DA Wardle
Journal of Ecology 101 (3), 689-700, 2013
Forest successional stage affects the cortical secondary chemistry of three old forest lichens
L Nybakken, J Asplund, KA Solhaug, Y Gauslaa
Journal of chemical ecology 33 (8), 1607-1618, 2007
Optimal defense: snails avoid reproductive parts of the lichen Lobaria scrobiculata due to internal defense allocation
J Asplund, KA Solhaug, Y Gauslaa
Ecology 91 (10), 3100-3105, 2010
Lichen physiological traits and growth forms affect communities of associated invertebrates
S Bokhorst, J Asplund, P Kardol, DA Wardle
Ecology 96 (9), 2394-2407, 2015
Within‐species variability is the main driver of community‐level responses of traits of epiphytes across a long‐term chronosequence
J Asplund, DA Wardle
Functional Ecology 28 (6), 1513-1522, 2014
Content of secondary compounds depends on thallus size in the foliose lichen Lobaria pulmonaria
J Asplund, Y Gauslaa
The lichenologist 39 (3), 273-278, 2007
Contrasting drivers of community‐level trait variation for vascular plants, lichens, and bryophytes across an elevational gradient
RE Roos, K van Zuijlen, T Birkemoe, K Klanderud, SI Lang, S Bokhorst, ...
Functional Ecology, 2019
Fungal communities influence decomposition rates of plant litter from two dominant tree species
J Asplund, H Kauserud, S Bokhorst, MH Lie, M Ohlson, L Nybakken
Fungal ecology 32, 1-8, 2018
Fertilization Changes Chemical Defense in Needles of Mature Norway Spruce (Picea abies)
L Nybakken, MH Lie, R Julkunen-Tiitto, J Asplund, M Ohlson
Frontiers in plant science 9, 770, 2018
Secondary compounds can reduce the soil micro-arthropod effect on lichen decomposition
J Asplund, S Bokhorst, DA Wardle
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 66, 10-16, 2013
Grazing damage in the old forest lichen Lobaria pulmonaria increases with gastropod abundance in deciduous forests
S Vatne, T SOLHØY, J Asplund, Y Gauslaa
The Lichenologist 42 (5), 615-619, 2010
Fungal depsidones–an inducible or constitutive defence against herbivores in the lichen Lobaria pulmonaria?
J Asplund, KA Solhaug, Y Gauslaa
Basic and Applied Ecology 10 (3), 273-278, 2009
The gastropod Arion fuscus prefers cyanobacterial to green algal parts of the tripartite lichen Nephroma arcticum due to low chemical defence
J Asplund, Y Gauslaa
The Lichenologist 42 (1), 113-117, 2010
Seasonal and spatial variation in carbon based secondary compounds in green algal and cyanobacterial members of the epiphytic lichen genus Lobaria
Y Gauslaa, M Bidussi, KA Solhaug, J Asplund, P Larsson
Phytochemistry 94, 91-98, 2013
Removal of secondary compounds increases invertebrate abundance in lichens
J Asplund, S Bokhorst, P Kardol, DA Wardle
Fungal ecology 18, 18-25, 2015
Carbon based secondary compounds do not provide protection against heavy metal road pollutants in epiphytic macrolichens
Y Gauslaa, OA Yemets, J Asplund, KA Solhaug
Science of the Total Environment 541, 795-801, 2016
Surface albedo of alpine lichen heaths and shrub vegetation
P Aartsma, J Asplund, A Odland, S Reinhardt, H Renssen
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 52 (1), 312-322, 2020
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