Vladislav Gulis
Vladislav Gulis
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Leaf litter decomposition and microbial activity in nutrient‐enriched and unaltered reaches of a headwater stream
V Gulis, K Suberkropp
Freshwater biology 48 (1), 123-134, 2003
5702003
Continental-scale effects of nutrient pollution on stream ecosystem functioning
G Woodward, MO Gessner, PS Giller, V Gulis, S Hladyz, A Lecerf, ...
Science 336 (6087), 1438-1440, 2012
5322012
17 fungal decomposers of plant litter in aquatic ecosystems
MO Gessner, V Gulis, KA Kuehn, E Chauvet, K Suberkropp
Environmental and microbial relationships 4, 301, 2007
2502007
Stimulation of leaf litter decomposition and associated fungi and invertebrates by moderate eutrophication: implications for stream assessment
V Gulis, V Ferreira, MAS Graša
Freshwater Biology 51 (9), 1655-1669, 2006
2422006
Whole-stream nitrate addition affects litter decomposition and associated fungi but not invertebrates
V Ferreira, V Gulis, MAS Graša
Oecologia 149 (4), 718-729, 2006
2372006
Effect of inorganic nutrients on relative contributions of fungi and bacteria to carbon flow from submerged decomposing leaf litter
V Gulis, K Suberkropp
Microbial Ecology 45 (1), 11-19, 2003
1942003
Interactions between stream fungi and bacteria associated with decomposing leaf litter at different levels of nutrient availability
V Gulis, K Suberkropp
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 30 (2), 149-157, 2003
1892003
A meta‐analysis of the effects of nutrient enrichment on litter decomposition in streams
V Ferreira, B Castagneyrol, J Koricheva, V Gulis, E Chauvet, MAS Graša
Biological Reviews 90 (3), 669-688, 2015
1732015
Experimental nutrient additions accelerate terrestrial carbon loss from stream ecosystems
AD Rosemond, JP Benstead, PM Bumpers, V Gulis, JS Kominoski, ...
Science 347 (6226), 1142-1145, 2015
1712015
Effects of nutrient enrichment on the decomposition of wood and associated microbial activity in streams
V Gulis, AD Rosemond, K Suberkropp, HS Weyers, JP Benstead
Freshwater Biology 49 (11), 1437-1447, 2004
1462004
Ecosystem and physiological scales of microbial responses to nutrients in a detritus‐based stream: Results of a 5‐year continuous enrichment
K Suberkropp, V Gulis, AD Rosemond, JP Benstead
Limnology and Oceanography 55 (1), 149-160, 2010
1372010
An illustrated key to the common temperate species of aquatic hyphomycetes
V Gulis, L Marvanovß, E Descals
Methods to study litter decomposition, 223-239, 2020
1232020
Are there any substrate preferences in aquatic hyphomycetes?
V Gulis
Mycological Research 105 (9), 1088-1093, 2001
1072001
Stream ecosystem functioning in an agricultural landscape: the importance of terrestrial–aquatic linkages
S Hladyz, K ┼bj÷rnsson, E Chauvet, M Dobson, A Elosegi, V Ferreira, ...
Advances in ecological research 44, 211-276, 2011
1052011
Nutrient enrichment alters storage and fluxes of detritus in a headwater stream ecosystem
JP Benstead, AD Rosemond, WF Cross, JB Wallace, SL Eggert, ...
Ecology 90 (9), 2556-2566, 2009
1032009
Eucalyptus plantations affect fungal communities associated with leaf-litter decomposition in Iberian streams
V Ferreira, A Elosegi, V Gulis, J Pozo, MAS Graša
Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 166 (4), 467-490, 2006
852006
The molecular phylogeny of aquatic hyphomycetes with affinity to the Leotiomycetes
C Baschien, CKM Tsui, V Gulis, U Szewzyk, L Marvanovß
Fungal biology 117 (9), 660-672, 2013
772013
Effects of whole-stream nutrient enrichment on the concentration and abundance of aquatic hyphomycete conidia in transport
V Gulis, K Suberkropp
Mycologia 96 (1), 57-65, 2004
762004
Comparison of fungal activities on wood and leaf litter in unaltered and nutrient-enriched headwater streams
V Gulis, K Suberkropp, AD Rosemond
Applied and environmental microbiology 74 (4), 1094-1101, 2008
732008
Global patterns and drivers of ecosystem functioning in rivers and riparian zones
SD Tiegs, DM Costello, MW Isken, G Woodward, PB McIntyre, ..., V Gulis, ...
Science advances 5 (1), eaav0486, 2019
652019
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