Publikationen

I. Refereed Publications in Scientific Journals and Books

  1. Benecke U, Schulze E‑D, Matyssek R, Havranek WM (1981) Environmental control of CO2 assimilation and leaf conductance in Larix decidua Mill. I. A comparison of contrasting natural environments; Oecologia (Berl.), 50: 54‑61
  2. Schulze E‑D, Cermak J, Matyssek R, Penka M, Zimmermann R, Vasicek F, Gries W, Kucera J (1985): Canopy transpiration and water fluxes in the xylem of the trunk of Larix and Picea trees ‑ a comparison of xylem flow, porometer and cuvette measurements. Oecologia (Berl.), 66: 475‑483
  3. Schulze E‑D, Küppers M, Matyssek R (1986) The roles of carbon balance and branching pattern in the growth of woody species. In: Givnish TJ (ed.) On the economy of plant form and function.  Cambridge University Press, pp. 585-602
  4. Küppers M, Matyssek R, Schulze E‑D (1986) Diurnal variations of light‑saturated CO2 assimilation and intercellular carbon dioxide concentration are not related to leaf water potential. Oecologia (Berl.), 69: 477‑480
  5. Matyssek R (1986) Carbon, water and nitrogen relations in evergreen and deciduous conifers. Tree Physiology, 2: 177‑187
  6. Oren R, Schulze E.‑D, Matyssek R, Zimmermann R (1986) Estimating photosynthetic rate and annual carbon gain in conifers from specific leaf weight and leaf biomass. Oecologia (Berl.), 70: 187‑193
  7. Matyssek R, Schulze E‑D (1987) Heterosis in hybrid larch (Larix decidua x leptolepis) I. The role of leaf characteristics. Trees 1: 219‑224
  8. Matyssek R, Schulze E‑D (1987) Heterosis in hybrid larch (Larix decidua x leptolepis) II. Growth characteristics. Trees 1: 225‑231
  9. Matyssek R, Schulze E‑D (1988) Carbon uptake and respiration in above‑ground parts of a Larix decidua x leptolepis tree. Trees 2: 233‑241
  10. Matyssek R, Maruyama S, Boyer JS (1988) Rapid wall relaxation in elongating tissues. Plant Physiol. 86: 1163‑1167
  11. Keller T, Matyssek R (1990) Limited compensation of ozone stress by potassium in Norway spruce. Environ. Pollut. 67: 1‑14
  12. Scheidegger C, Günthardt‑Goerg MS, Matyssek R, Hatvani P (1991) Low-temperature scanning electron microscopy of birch leaves after exposure to ozone. Journal of Microscopy, 161: 85-95
  13. Matyssek R, Günthardt‑Goerg MS, Keller T, Scheidegger C (1991) Impairment of the gas exchange and structure in birch leaves (Betula pendula) caused by low ozone concentrations. Trees 5: 5-13
  14. Matyssek R, Tang A-C, Boyer JS (1991) Plants can grow on internal water. Plant, Cell and Environment 14: 925-930
  15. Matyssek R, Maruyama S, Boyer JS (1991) Growth-induced water potentials may mobilize internal water for growth. Plant, Cell and Environment 14: 917-923
  16. Matyssek R, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Saurer M, Keller T (1992) Seasonal growth, *13C in leaves and stem, and phloem structure of birch (Betula pendula) under low ozone concentrations. Trees 6: 69-76
  17. Günthardt-Goerg MS, Matyssek R, Scheidegger C, Keller T (1993) Differentiation and structural decline in the leaves and bark of birch (Betula pendula) under low ozone concentrations. Trees 7: 104-114
  18. Matyssek R, Keller T, Koike T (1993) Branch growth and leaf gas exchange of Populus tremula exposed to low ozone concentrations throughout two growing seasons. Environ. Pollut. 79: 1-7
  19. Matyssek R, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Landolt W, Keller T (1993) Whole-plant growth and leaf formation in ozonated hybrid poplar (Populus x euramericana). Environ. Pollut. 81: 207-212
  20. Cermak J, Matyssek R, Kucera J (1993) Rapid response of large, drought-stressed beech trees to irrigation. Tree Physiology 12: 281-290
  21. Günthardt-Goerg MS, Matyssek R, Keller T (1993) Birke (Betula pendula): Mögliche Akklimatisierung an Ozon-Streß. Forstw. Cbl. 112: 46-49
  22. Günthardt-Goerg MS, Keller T, Matyssek R, Scheidegger C (1994) Structural and chemical variation in the wax of Norway spruce needles, from mature trees at two forest sites and from young plants experimentally exposed to O3 or SO2. European Journal of Plant Pathology 24: 92-111
  23. Keller T, Matyssek R, Günthardt-Goerg MS (1994) Beech foliage as a bioindicator of pollution near a waste incinerator. Environ. Pollut. 85: 185-189
  24. Matyssek R, Reich PB, Oren R, Winner WE (1995) Response mechanisms of conifers to air pollutants. In: Smith WK, Hinckley TH (eds.) Physiological Ecology of Coniferous Forests. Physiological Ecology Series, Academic Press, New York, pp. 255-308
  25. Matyssek R, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Maurer S, Keller T (1995) Nighttime exposure to ozone reduces whole-plant production in Betula pendula. Tree Physiology 15: 159-165
  26. Saurer M, Maurer S, Matyssek R, Landolt W, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Siegenthaler U (1995) The influence of ozone and nutrition on d13C in Betula pendula. Oecologia 103: 397-406
  27. Matyssek R, Pfanz H, Lomsky B (1995) Nutrition and the ecophysiology of spruce and birch under SO2 and O3 impact. In: Bonnet-Masimbert M, Sandermann H (eds.) EURO­SILVA - Contribution to Forest Tree Physiology, ed. INRA Les Colloques n°76, Paris, pp. 119-140
  28. Schmutz P, Tarjan D, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Matyssek R, Bucher JB (1995) Nitrogen dioxide - a gaseous fertilizer of poplar trees. Phyton 35: 219-231
  29. Frey B, Scheidegger C, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Matyssek R (1996) The effects of ozone and nutrient supply on stomatal response in birch (Betula pendula) leaves as determined by digital image-analysis and X-ray micro-analysis. New Phytol. 132: 135-143
  30. Günthardt-Goerg MS, Schmutz P, Matyssek R, Bucher JB (1996) Leaf and stem structure of poplar (Populus x euramericana) as influenced by O3, NO2, their combination, and different soil N supplies. Can. J. For. Res. 26: 649-657
  31. Matyssek R, Havranek WM, Wieser G, Innes JL (1997) Ozone and the forests in Austria and Switzerland. In: Sandermann H jr. Wellburn AR, Heath RL (eds.) Forest decline and ozone: a comparison of controlled chamber and field experiments. Ecological Studies 127, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 95-134
  32. Günthardt-Goerg MS, Mcquattie CJ, Scheidegger C, Rhiner C, Matyssek R (1997) Ozone-induced cytochemical and ultrastructural changes in leaf mesophyll cell walls. Can. J. For. Res. 27: 453-463
  33. Matyssek R, Maurer S, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Landolt W, Saurer M, Polle A (1997) Nutrition determines the 'strategy' of Betula pendula for coping with ozone stress. Phyton 37: 157-167
  34. Maurer S, Matyssek R, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Landolt W, Einig W (1997) Nutrition and the ozone sensitivity of birch (Betula pendula), I. Responses at the leaf level. Trees 12: 1-10
  35. Maurer S, Matyssek R (1997) Nutrition and the ozone sensitivity of birch (Betula pendula), II. Carbon balance, water-use efficiency and nutritional status of the whole plant. Trees 12: 11-20
  36. Landolt W, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Pfenninger I, Einig W, Hampp R, Maurer S, Matyssek R (1997) Effect of fertilization on ozone-induced changes in the metabolism of birch leaves (Betula pendula). New Phytol 137: 389-397
  37. Einig W, Lauxmann U, Hauch B, Hampp R, Landolt W, Maurer S, Matyssek R (1997) Ozone-induced accumulation of carbohydrates changes enzyme activities of carbohydrate metabolism in birch leaves. New Phytol 137: 673-680
  38. Matyssek R, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Schmutz P, Saurer M, Landolt W, Bucher JB (1998) Response mechanisms of birch and poplar to air pollutants. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 6: 3-22
  39. Günthardt-Goerg MS, Maurer S, Frey B, Matyssek R (1998) Birch leaves from trees grown in two fertilization regimes: Diurnal and seasonal responses to ozone. In: De Kok LJ, Stulen I (eds.) Responses of plant metabolism to air pollution and global change. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden (The Netherlands), pp. 315-318
  40. Matyssek R (1998) Ozon - ein Risikofaktor für Bäume und Wälder ? Biologie in unserer Zeit 28: 348-361
  41. Leuenberger M, Borella S, Stocker T, Saurer M, Siegwolf R, Schweingruber F, Matyssek R (1998) Stable isotopes in tree rings as climate and stress indicators. In: Eichenberger G, von Ah J (eds.) Climate changes and natural disasters. VDF Hochschulverlag AG Zürich, pp. 200
  42. Shavnin S, Maurer S, Matyssek R, Bilger W, Scheidegger C (1999) The impact of ozone fumigation and fertilization on chlorophyll fluorescence of birch leaves (Betula pendula). Trees 14: 10-16
  43. Grams TEE, Matyssek R (1999) Elevated CO2 counteracts the limitation by chronic ozone exposure on photosynthesis in Fagus sylvatica L.: comparison between chorophyll fluorescence and laef gas exchange. Phyton 39: 31-40
  44. Grams TEE, Anegg S, Häberle K-H, Langebartels C, Matyssek R (1999) Interactions of chronic exposure to elevated CO2 and O3 levels in the photosynthetic light and dark reactions of European beech (Fagus sylvatica). New Phytologist 144: 95-107
  45. Matyssek R, Innes JL (1999) Ozone - a risk factor for trees and forests in Europe? Water, Air and Soil Pollution 116: 199-226
  46. Polle A, Matyssek R, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Maurer S (2000) Defense strategies against ozone in trees: the role of nutrition. In: Agrawal SB, Agrawal M (eds.) Environmental pollution and plant responses. Lewis Publishers, New York, Boca Raton, pp. 223-245
  47. Baumgarten M , Werner H,  Häberle K-H, Emberson LD, Fabian P, Matyssek R (2000) Seasonal ozone response of mature beech trees (Fagus sylvatica) growing at high altitude in the Bavarian Forest (Germany) in comparison with young beech trees grown in the field and in phytotrons. Environmental Pollution 109: 431-442
  48. Koziolek C, Grams TEE, Matyssek R, Fromm J (2000) Regulation of gas exchange by rapid signals between roots and shoot. In: Spatz H-C, Speck T (eds.) Plant Biomechanics 2000, Thieme-Verlag Stuttgart, pp. 260-264
  49. Fabian P, Winterhalter M, Rappenglück B, Reitmayer H, Stohl A, Koepke P, Schlager H, Berresheim H, Foken T, Wichura B, Häberle K-H, Matyssek R, Kartschall T (2001) The BAYSOFI campaign - Measurements carried out during the total solar eclipse of August 11, 1999. Meteorologische Zeitschrift 10: 165-170
  50. Häberle K-H, Reiter I, Patzner K, Heyne C, Matyssek R (2001) Switching the light off: A break in photosynthesis and sap flow of forest trees under total solar eclipse. Meteorologische Zeitschrift 10: 201-206
  51. Götz B, Matyssek R, Käs G (2001) Fichte und Buche unter dem Einfluß von Radarbestrahlung. Allgemeine Forst- und Jagdzeitung 172: 74-78
  52. Karnosky DF, Gielen B, Ceulemans R, Schlesinger WH, Norby RJ, Oksanen E, Matyssek R, Hendrey GR (2001) FACE systems for studying the impacts of greenhouse gases on Forest Ecosystems. In: Karnosky DF, Scarascia-Mugnozza G, Ceulemans R, Innes JL (eds.) The impacts of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases on forest ecosystems. CABI Press, pp. 297-324
  53. Matyssek R (2001) How sensitive is birch to ozone ? Responses in structure and function. Journal of Forest Science 47: 8-20
  54. Matyssek R (2001) Trends in forest tree physiological research: biotic and abiotic interactions. In: Huttunen S, Heikkilä H, Bucher J-B, Sundberg B, Jarvis PG, Matyssek R, (eds.) Trends in European Forest Tree Physiological Research, Kluwer, The Netherlands, pp. 241-246
  55. Siegwolf RTW, Matyssek R, Saurer M, Maurer S, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Schmutz P, Bucher JB (2001) Stable isotope analysis reveals differential effects of soil nitrogen and nitrogen dioxide on the water-use efficiency in hybrid poplar leaves. New Phytologist 149: 233-246
  56. Kolb TE, Matyssek R (2001) Limitations and perspectives about scaling ozone impact in trees. Environmental Pollution 115: 373-393
  57. Grams TEE, Kozovits AR, Reiter IM, Winkler JB, Sommerkorn M, Blaschke H, Häberle K-H, Matyssek R (2002) Quantifying competitiveness in woody plants. Plant. Biol. 4: 153-158
  58. Matyssek R, Schnyder H, Elstner E-F, Munch J-C, Pretzsch H, Sandermann H  (2002) Growth and parasite defence in plants: the balance between resource sequestration and retention. Plant Biology 4: 133-136
  59. Fleischmann F, Schneider D, Matyssek R, Oßwald W (2002) Investigations on net CO2 assimilation, transpiration and root growth of Fagus sylvatica infested with four different Phytophthora species. Plant Biology 4: 144-152
  60. Matyssek R, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Maurer S, Christ R (2002) Tissue structure and respiration of stems of Betula pendula under contrasting ozone exposure and nutrition. Trees 16: 375-385
  61. Wieser G, Tegischer K, Tausz M, Häberle K-H, Grams TEE, Matyssek R (2002) Age effects on Norway spruce (Picea abies) susceptibility to ozone uptake: a novel approach relating stress avoidance to defense. Tree Physiology 22: 583-590
  62. Nunn AJ, Reiter IM, Häberle K-H, Werner H, Langebartels C, Sandermann H, Heerdt C, Fabian P, Matyssek R (2002) “Free-air” ozone canopy fumigation in an old-growth mixed forest: concept and observations in beech. Phyton 42: 105-119
  63. Wieser G, Hecke K, Tausz M, Häberle K-H, Grams TEE, Matyssek R (2002) The role of antioxidative defense in determining ozone sensitivity of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) across tree age: Implications for the sun and shade crown. Phyton 42: 245-253
  64. Matyssek R, Sandermann H (2003) Impact of ozone on trees: an ecophysiological perspective. Progress in Botany 64, Springer Verlag Heidelberg, pp. 349-404
  65. Wieser G, Hecke K, Tausz M, Häberle K-H, Grams TEE, Matyssek R (2003) The influence of microclimate and tree age on the defense capacity of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) against oxidative stress. Ann. For. Sci. 60: 131-135
  66. Wieser G, Matyssek R, Köstner B, Oberhuber W (2003) Quantifying ozone uptake at the canopy level of spruce, pine and larch trees at the alpine timberline: an approach based on sap flow measurement. Environmental Pollution 126: 5-8
  67. Kolb TE, Matyssek R (2003) Limitations and perspectives about scaling ozone impacts in trees. In: Karnosky DF, Percy KE, Chappelka AH, Simpson C, Pikkarainen J (eds.) Air Pollution, Global Change and Forests in the New Millennium. Elsevier, pp. 141-173
  68. Sandermann H, Matyssek R (2004) Scaling up from molecular to ecological processes. In: Sandermann H (ed.) Molecular Ecotoxicology of Plants. Ecological Studies 170, Springer Verlag, pp. 207-226
  69. Koziolek C, Grams TEE, Schreiber U, Matyssek R, Fromm J (2003) Transient knockout of photosynthesis mediated by electrical signals. New Phytologist 161: 715-722
  70. Matyssek R, Wieser G, Nunn AJ, Kozovits AR, Reiter IM, Heerdt C, Winkler JB, Baumgarten M, Häberle K-H, Grams TEE, Werner H, Fabian P, Havranek WM (2004) Comparison between AOT40 and ozone uptake in forest trees of different species, age and site conditions. Atmospheric Environment 38: 2271-2281
  71. Liu X, Kozovits AR, Grams TEE, Blaschke H, Rennenberg H, Matyssek R (2004) Competition Modifies Effects of Enhanced Ozone/Carbon Dioxide Regimes on the Carbohydrate and Biomass Accumulation in Juvenile Spruce and Beech. Tree Physiology 24: 1045-1055
  72. Uddling J, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Matyssek R, Oksanen E, Pleijel H, Sellden G, Karlsson PE (2004) Biomass reduction of juvenile birch is more strongly related to stomatal uptake of ozone than to indices based on external exposure. Atmospheric Environment 38: 4709-4719
  73. Rennenberg H, Seiler W, Matyssek R, Gessler A, Kreuzwieser J (2004) Die Buche (Fagus sylvatica L.) – ein Waldbaum ohne Zukunft im südlichen Mitteleuropa ? Allg. Forst- u. J.-Ztg. 175: 210-224
  74. Nunn AJ, Reiter IM, Häberle K-H, Langebartels C, Bahnweg G, Pretzsch H, Sandermann H,  Matyssek R (2005) Response pattern in adult forest trees to chronic ozone stress: identification of variations and consistencies. Environmental Pollution 136 (365-369)
  75. Nunn AJ, Kozovits AR, Reiter IM, Heerdt C, Leuchner M, Lütz C, Liu X, Winkler JB, Grams TEE, Häberle K-H, Werner H, Fabian P, Rennenberg H, Matyssek R (2005) Comparison of ozone uptake and responsiveness between a phytotron study with young and a field experiment with adult beech (Fagus sylvatica). Environmental Pollution 137: 494-506
  76. Herbinger K, Then CH., Löw M, Haberer K, Alexous M, Koch N, Remele K, Heerdt C, Grill D, Rennenberg H, Häberle K-H, Matyssek R, Tausz M, Wieser G (2005) Tree age dependence and within-canopy variation of leaf gas exchange and antioxidative defence in Fagus sylvatica under experimental free-air ozone exposure, Environmental Pollution 137: 476-482
  77. Nunn AJ, Anegg S, Betz G, Simons S, Kalisch G, Seidlitz HK, Grams TEE, Häberle KH, Matyssek R, Bahnweg G, Sandermann H, Langebartels C  (2005): Role of ethylene in the regulation of cell death and leaf loss in ozone-exposed European beech. Plan, Cell and Environment 28: 886-897
  78. Liu X, Grams TEE, Matyssek R, Rennenberg H (2005) Effects of elevated pCO2 and/or pO3 on C-, N-, and S-metabolites in the leaves of juvenile beech and spruce differ between trees grown in monoculture and mixed culture. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 43:  147-154
  79. Cojocariu C, Escher P, Häberle KH, Matyssek R, Rennenberg H, Kreuzwieser J (2005) The effect of ozone on the emission of carbonyls from leaves of adult Fagus sylvatica. Plant, Cell and Environment 28, 603-611
  80. Matyssek R, Wieser G, Nunn AJ, Löw M, Then C, Herbinger K, Blumenröther M, Jehnes S, Reiter IM, Heerdt C, Koch N, Häberle K-H, Haberer K, Werner H, Tausz M, Fabian P, Rennenberg H, Grill D, Oßwald W. (2005) How sensitive are forest trees to ozone - new research on an old issue. In: Omasa K, Nouchi I, De Kok LJ (eds.) Plant Responses to Air Pollution and Global Change, Springer-Verlag Tokyo, pp. 21-28
  81. Kozovits AR, Matyssek R, Blaschke H, Göttlein A, Grams TEE (2005) Competition increasingly dominates the responsiveness of juvenile beech and spruce to elevated CO2 and/or O3 concentrations throughout two subsequent growing seasons. Global Chance Biology 11: 1387-1401
  82. Kozovits AR, Matyssek R, Winkler B, Göttlein A, Blaschke H Grams TEE (2005) Above-ground space sequestration determines competitive success in juvenile beech and spruce trees. New Phytologist (2005) 167: 181-196
  83. Matyssek R, Benecke U (2005) Gas exchange and crop yield of the reproductive organs in hybrid larch (Larix decidua x L. kaempferi) in relation to the vegetative carbon demand. Phyton 45: 179-194
  84. Havranek WM, Matyssek R (2005) The Carbon Balance of European Larch (Larix decidua) at the Alpine Timberline. Phyton 45: 213-232
  85. Lautner S, Grams TEE, Matyssek R, Fromm J (2005) Characteristics of Electrical Signals in Poplar and Responses in Photosynthesis. Plant Physiology 138: 2200-2209
  86. Andersen CP, Nikolov I, Nikolova  P, Matyssek R, Häberle K-H (2005) Estimating “autotrophic” belowground respiration in spruce and beech forests: Decreases following girdling. European Journal of Forest Research 124: 155-163
  87. Reiter IM, Häberle K-H, Nunn AJ, Heerdt C, Reitmayer H, Grote R, Matyssek R (2005) Competitive strategies in adult beech and spruce: Space-related foliar carbon investment verus carbon gain. Oecologia 146: 337-349
  88. Pritsch K, Luedemann G, Matyssek R, Hartmann A, Schloter M, Scherb H, Grams TEE (2005) Mycorrhizosphere responsiveness to atmospheric ozone and inoculation with Phytophthora citricola in a phytotron experiment with spruce/beech mixed cultures. Plant Biology 7: 718-727
  89. Bahnweg G, Heller W, Stich S, Knappe C, Betz G, Heerdt C, Kehr R.D, Ernst D, Langebartels C, Nunn A.J, Rothenburger J, Schubert R, Müller-Starck G, Werner H, Matyssek R, Sandermann H Jr. (2005) Beech leaf colonization by the endophyte Apiognomonia errabunda dramatically depends on light exposure and climatic conditions. Plant Biology 7: 659-669
  90. Schloter M, Winkler B, Aneja M, Koch N, Fleischmann F, Pritsch K. Heller W, Stein S, Grams T.E.E, Göttlein A, Matyssek R, Munch J.C. (2005) Short Term Effects of Ozone on the Plant-Rhizosphere-Bulk Soil System of Young Beech Trees. Plant Biology 7: 728-736
  91. Luedemann G, Matyssek R, Fleischmann F, Grams T.E.E. (2005) Acclimation to ozone affects host/pathogen interaction and competitiveness for nitrogen in juvenile Fagus sylvatica and Picea abies trees infected with Phytophthora citricola. Plant Biology 7: 640-649
  92. Matyssek R, Agerer R, Ernst D, Munch J-C, Osswald W, Pretzsch H, Priesack E, Schnyder H, Treutter D (2005) The plant’s capacity in regulating resource demand. Plant Biology 7: 560-580
  93. Matyssek R, Schnyder H, Munch J-C, Osswald W, Pretzsch H, Treutter D (2005) Resource allocation in plants – the balance between resource sequestration and retention. Plant Biology 7: 557-559
  94. Matyssek R, Le Thiec D, Löw M, Dizengremel P, Nunn AJ, Häberle K-H (2006) Interaction between drought stress and O3 stress in forest trees. Plant Biology 8:11-17
  95. Nunn AJ, Wieser G, Reiter IM, Häberle K-H, Grote R, Havranek WM, Matyssek R (2006) Testing the „unifying theory“ for O3 sensitivity with mature forest tree responses (Fagus sylvatica and Picea abies). Tree Physiology 26: 1391-1403
  96. Löw M, Herbinger K, Nunn AJ, Häberle K-H, Leuchner M, Heerdt C, Werner H, Wipfler P, Pretzsch H, Tausz M, Matyssek R (2006) Extraordinary drought of 2003 overrules ozone impact on adult beech trees (Fagus sylvatica). Trees 20: 539-548
  97. Matyssek R, Schulin R, Günthardt-Goerg MS (2006) Metal Fluxes and Stresses in Terrestrial Ecosystems: Synopsis towards Holistic Understanding. Forest, Snow and Landscape Research 80: 139-148.
  98. Nunn AJ, Wieser G, Metzger U, Löw M, Wipfler P, Häberle K-H, Matyssek R (2007) Exemplifying whole-plant ozone uptake in adult forest trees of contrasting species and site conditions. Environmental Pollution 146:629-639.
  99. Warren CR, Löw M, Matyssek R, Tausz M (2007) Internal conductance to CO2 transfer of adult Fagus sylvatica: variation between sun and shade leaves and due to free-air ozone fumigation. Environmental and Experimental Botany 59:130-138.
  100. Matyssek R, Bytnerowicz A, Karlsson P-E, Paoletti E, Sanz M, Schaub M, Wieser G (2007) Promoting the O3 flux concept for European forest trees. Environmental Pollution 146: 587-607.
  101. Matyssek R, Bahnweg G, Ceulemans R, Fabian P, Grill D, Hanke DE, Kraigher H, Oßwald W, Rennenberg H, Sandermann H, Tausz M, Wieser G (2007) Synopsis of the CASIROZ case study: Cabon sink strength of Fagus sylvatica L. in a changing environment - Experimental risk assessment of mitigation by chronic ozone impact. Plant Biology 9:163-180.
  102. Blumenröther MC, Löw M, Matyssek R, Oßwald W (2007) Flux-based response of sucrose and starch in leaves of adult beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.) under chronic free-air O3 fumigation. Plant Biology 9:207-214.
  103. Löw M, Häberle K-H., Warren CR, Matyssek R (2007) O3 flux-related responsiveness of photosynthesis, respiration, and stomatal conductance of adult Fagus sylvatica to experimentally enhanced free-air O3 exposure. Plant Biology 9: 197-206.
  104. Herbinger K, Then C, Haberer K, Alexou M, Löw M, Remele K, Rennenberg H, Matyssek R, Grill D, Wieser G, Tausz M (2007) Gas exchange and antioxidative compounds in young beech trees under free-air ozone exposure and comparisons to adult trees. Plant Biology 9:288-297.
  105. Karnosky DF, Werner H, Holopainen T, Percy K, Oksanen T, Oksanen E, Heerdt C, Fabian P, Nagy J, Heilman W, Cox R, Nelson N, Matyssek R (2007) Free-air exposure systems to scale up ozone research to mature trees. Plant Biology 9:181-190.
  106. Gielen B, Löw M, Deckmyn G, Metzger U, Franck F, Heerdt C, Matyssek R, Valcke R, Ceulemans R (2007) Chronic ozone exposure affects leaf senescence of adult beech trees: a chlorophyll fluorescence approach. Journal of Experimental Botany 58:785-795.
  107. Hermle S, Vollenweider P, Günthardt-Goerg MS, McQuattie CJ, Matyssek R (2007) Leaf responsiveness of Populus tremula and Salix viminalis to soil contamination by heavy metals and rainwater acidity. Tree Physiology 27:1517-1531.
  108. Lautner S, Ehlting B, Windeisen E, Rennenberg H, Matyssek R, Fromm J (2007) Calcium nutrition has a significant influence on wood formation in poplar. New Phytologist 173:743-752.
  109. Koch N, Andersen CP, Raidl S, Agerer R, Matyssek R, Grams TEE (2007) Temperature-respiration relationships differ in mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal root systems of Picea abies (L.) Karst. Plant Biology 9: 545-549.
  110. Geßler A, Keitel C, Kreuzwieser J, Matyssek R, Seiler W, Rennenberg H (2007) Potential risks for European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in a changing climate. Trees 21: 1-11.
  111. Wittmann C, Matyssek R, Pfanz H, Humar M (2007) Effects of ozone impact on the gas exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence of juvenile birch stems (Betula pendula Roth.) Environmental Pollution 150: 258-266
  112. Wieser  G, Matyssek R (2007) Linking ozone uptake and defense towards a mechanistic risk assessment for forest trees. New Phytologist 174: 7-9.
  113. Grams TEE, Koziolek C, Lautner S, Matyssek R, Fromm J (2007) Distinct roles of electric and hydraulic signals on the reaction of leaf gas exchange upon re-irrigation in Zea mays L. Plant Cell and Environment 30:79-84
  114. Paoletti E, Bytnerowicz A, Andersen C, Augustaitis A, Ferretti M, Grulke N, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Innes J, Johnson D, Karnosky D, Luangjame J, Matyssek R, McNulty S, Müller-Starck G, Musselman R, Percy K (2007) Impacts of Air Pollution and Climate Change on Forest Ecosystems – Emerging Research Needs. The Scientific World Journal 7: 1-8
  115. Grams TEE, Kozovits AR, Häberle K-H, Matyssek R, Dawson TE (2007) Combining δ13C and δ18O analyses to unravel competition, CO2 and O3 effects on the physiological performance of different-aged trees. Plant, Cell & Environment 30: 1023-1034.
  116. Pritsch K, Ernst D, Fleischmann F, Gayler S, Grams TEE, Göttlein A, Heller W, Koch N, Lang H, Matyssek R, Munch JC, Olbrich M, Scherb H, Stich S, Winkler JB, Schloter M (2008) Plant and soil system responses to ozone after three years in a lysimeter study with juvenile beech (Fagus sylvatica L.). Water, Soil & Air Pollution 8: 139-154
  117. Hofer N, Alexou M, Heerdt C, Löw M, Werner H, Matyssek R, Rennenberg H, Haberer K (2008) Seasonal differences and within-canopy variations of antioxidants in mature spruce (Picea abies) trees under elevated ozone in a free-air exposure system. Environmental Pollution 154: 241-253.
  118. Köstner B, Matyssek R, Heilmeier H, Clausnitzer F, Nunn AJ, Wieser G (2008) Sap flow measurements as a basis for assessing trace-gas exchange of trees. Flora 203: 14-33.
  119. Wieser G, Matyssek R, Cieslik S, Paoletti E, Ceulemans  R (2008) Upscaling ozone flux in forests from leaf to landscape. Italian Journal of Agronomy 1: 34-41
  120. Then C, Löw M, Matyssek R, Wieser G. (2008) Deriving ozone dose-response of photosynthesis in adult forest trees from branch-level cuvette gas exchange assessment. Environmental Pollution 153: 526-528
  121. Matyssek R., Sandermann H., Wieser G., Booker F., Cieslik S., Musselman R., Ernst D. (2008) The challenge of making ozone risk assessment for forest trees more mechanistic. Environmental Pollution 156: 567-582.
  122. Clemenz C., Fleischmann F., Häberle K.H., Matyssek R., Oßwald W. (2008):Photosynthetic and leaf water potential responses of Alnus glutinosa saplings to stem-base inoculaton with Phytophthora alni subsp. alni. Tree Physiology 28: 1703-1711
  123. Grams T.E.E., Lautner S., Felle H., Matyssek R., Fromm J. (2009) Heat-induced electrical signals affect cytoplasmic and apoplastic pH as well as photosynthesis during propagation through the maize leaf. Plant, Cell and Environment 32: 319-326.
  124. Rodenkirchen H., Göttlein A., Kozovits A., Matyssek R., Grams TEE (2009):
    Nutrient contents and efficiencies of beech and spruce saplings as influenced by competition and O3/CO2 regime. European Journal of Forest Research 128: 117-128.
  125. Göttlein A., Rodenkirchen H., Häberle K.H., Matyssek R. (2009) Nutritional effects triggered by the extreme summer 2003 in the free air ozone fumigation experiment at the Kranzberger Forst. European Journal of Forest Research 128: 129-134.
  126. Nikolova P., Raspe S., Andersen C., Mainiero R., Blaschke H., Matyssek R., Häberle K.H. (2009).: Effects of the extreme drought in 2003 on soil respiration in a mixed Forest. Eur J Forest Res 128: 87-98.
  127. Häberle K.H., Nunn A., Reiter I., Werner H., Heller W., Bahnweg G., Gayler S., Lütz C., Matyssek R. (2009) Variation of defence-related metabolites in the foliage of adult beech and spruce: a conceptual approach to approximating traded-off carbon. Eur J Forest Res 128: 99-108.
  128. Kitao M., Löw M., Heerdt C.,Grams T.E.E., Häberle K.H., Matyssek R. (2009) Effects of chronic elevated ozone exposure on gas exchange responses of adult beech trees (Fagus sylvatica) as related to the within-canopy light gradient. Environmental Pollution 157, 537-544.
  129. Then C., Herbinger K., Luis V:C.,Heerdt C., Matyssek R., Wieser G. (2009) Photosynthesis, chloroplast pigments, and antioxidants in Pinus canariensis under free-air ozone fumigation. Environmental Pollution 157: 392-395.
  130. Matyssek R., Wieser G., Patzner K., Blaschke H., Häberle K.H. (2009): Transpiration of forest trees and stands at different altitude: Consistencies rather than contrasts? Eur J Forest Res 128: 579-596
  131. Percy KE, Manninen S, Häberle K-H, Heerdt C, Werner H, Henderson GW,  Matyssek R (2009) Effect of 3 years’ free-air exposure to elevated ozone on mature Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) needle epicuticular wax physicochemical characteristics. Environmental Pollution 157: 1657-1665.
  132. Baumgarten M, Huber C, Büker P, Emberson L, Dietrich H-P, Nunn AJ, Heerdt C, Beudert B, Matyssek R (2009) Are Bavarian Forests (Southern Germany) at risk from ground-level ozone? Assessment using exposure and flux based ozone indices. Environmental Pollution 157: 2091-2107.
  133. Mainiero R, Kazda M, Haeberle K-H, Nikolova P, Matyssek R (2009) Fine root dynamics of mature European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) as influenced by elevated ozone concentrations. Environmental Pollution 157: 2638-2644.
  134. Luedemann G, Matyssek R, Winkler JB, Grams TEE (2009) Contrasting ozone × pathogen interaction as mediated through competition between juvenile European beech (Fagus sylvatica) and Norway spruce (Picea abies). Plant Soil 323: 47-60
  135. Nikolova PS, Blaschke H,Matyssek R, Pretzsch H, Seifert T. (2009) Combined application of computer tomography and light microscopy for analysis of conductive xylem area in coarse roots of European beech and Norway spruce Eur J Forest Res 128:145–153
  136. Winkler JB, Fleischmann F, Gayler S, Scherb H, Matyssek R, Grams TEE. (2009) Do Chronic aboveground O3 exposure and belowground pathogen stress affect growth and belowground biomass partitioning of juvenile beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.)?
    Plant Soil 323: 31-44
  137. Gessler A, Löw M, Heerdt C, Op De Beeck M, Schumacher J, Grams TEE, Bahnweg G, Ceulemans R, Werner H, Matyssek R, Rennenberg H, Haberer K (2009) Within-canopy and ozone fumigation effects on d13C and D18O in adult beech (Fagus sylvatica) trees: relation to meteorological and gas exchange parameters. Tree Physiology 29, 1349–1365
  138. Schloter M., Matyssek R. (2009) Tuning growth versus defence-belowground interactions and plant resource allocation. Plant Soil 323: 1-5
  139. Matyssek R, Bernhofer C, Huwe B. (2009) High-altitude water budgets: ecological and hydrological forest research in view of landscape modeling. Eur. J. Forest Res. 128: 575-577.
  140. Engelhardt S, Matyssek R, Huwe B. (2009) Complexity and information propagation in hydrological time series of mountain forest catchments. Eur. J. Forest Res. 128: 621-631
  141. Calfapietra C, Ainsworth EA, Beier C, De Angelis P,Ellsworth DS, Godbold Dl, Hendrey GR, Hickler T,Hoosbeek MR, Karnosky DF, King J, Körner C, Leakey ADB, Lewin KF, Liberloo M, Long SP,Lukac M, Matyssek R, Miglietta F, Nagy J,Norby RJ, Oren R, Percy KE, Rogers A, Scarascia Mugnozza G, Stitt M, Taylor G, Ceulemans R (2009)Challenges in elevated CO2 experiments on forests. Trends in Plant Science 15:5-10.
  142. Wieser G, Matyssek R, Luzian R, Zwerger P, Pindur P, Oberhuber W, Gruber A. (2009) Effects of atmospheric and climate change at the timberline of the Central European Alps. Ann. For. Sci. 66, 402:1-12.
  143. Nikolova PS, Andersen CP, Blaschke H, Matyssek R, Häberle KH. (2009) Belowground effects of enhanced tropospheric ozone and drought in a beech/spruce forest (Fagus sylvatica L./Picea abies [L.] Karst). Environmental Pollution 158:1071-1078.
  144. Olbrich M, Gerstner E, Bahnweg G, Häberle K-H, Matyssek R, Welzl G, Ernst D. (2010) Transcriptional signatures in leaves of adult European beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.) in an experimentally enhanced free air ozone setting. Environmental Pollution 158:977-982.
  145. Olbrich M, Knappe C, Wenig M, Gerstner E, Häberle K-H, Kitao M, Matyssek R, Stich S, Leuchner M, Werner H, Schlink K, Müller-Starck G, Welzl G, Scherb H, Ernst D, Heller W, Bahnweg G. (2010) Ozone Fumigation (twice ambient) reduces leaf infestation following natural and artificial inoculation by the endophytic fungus Apiognomonia errabunda of adult European beech trees. Environmental Pollution 158: 1043-1050.
  146. Grams TEE, Matyssek R. (2010) Stable isotope signatures reflect competitiveness between trees under changed CO2/O3 regimes. Environmental Pollution 158 :1036-1042.
  147. Nunn A.J, Cieslik S,Metzger U,Wieser G, Matyssek R. (2010) Combining sap flow and eddy covariance approaches to derive stomatal and non-stomatal O3 fluxes in a forest stand. Environmental Pollution 158:2014-2022.
  148. Pretzsch H, Dieler J, Matyssek R, Wipfler P.(2010) Tree and stand growth of mature Norway spruce and European beech under long-term ozone fumigation.Environmental Pollution 158:1061-1070.
  149. Matyssek R, Karnosky DF, Wieser G, Percy K, Oksanen E, Grams TEE, Kubiske M, Hanke D, Pretzsch H. (2010) Advances in understanding ozone impact on forest trees: Messages from novel phytotron and free-air fumigation studies. Environmental Pollution 158:1990-2006
  150. Percy K., Matyssek R, King J. (2010) Facing the Future: Evidence from Joint Aspen FACE, SoyFACE and SFB 607 Meeting. Environmental Pollution 158:955-958.
  151. Paoletti E, Schaub M, Matyssek R, Wieser G, Augustaitis A, Bastrup-Birk AM, Bytnerowicz A, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Müller-Starck G, Serengil Y. (2010) Advances of air pollution science: From forest decline to multiple-stress effects on forest ecosystem services. Environmental Pollution 158:1986-1989.
  152. Schaub M, Matyssek R, Wieser G (2010) Preface to the special section of the IUFRO conference on air pollution and climate change effects on forest ecosystems. Environmental Pollution 158:1985.
  153. Matyssek R, Schaub M, Wieser G (2010) Air pollution and climate change effects on forest ecosystems: new evidence. Eur J Forest Res 129:417-419
  154. Andersen C.P.,Ritter W, Gregg J, Matyssek R, Grams T (2010) Below-ground carbon allocation in mature beech and spruce trees following long-term, experimentally enhanced O3 exposure in Southern Germany. Environmental Pollution 158: 2604-2609.
  155. Matyssek R, Wieser G, Ceulemans R, Rennenberg H, Pretzsch H,  Haberer K, Löw M, Nunn J.J., Werner H, Wipfler P, Oßwald W,. Nikolova P, Hanke D.,Kraigher H, Tausz M, Bahnweg G, Kitao M, Dieler J, Sandermann H, Herbinger K, Grebenc T, Blumenröther M, Deckmyn G, Grams T.E.E., Heerdt C, Leuchner M, Fabian P, Häberle K.H. (2010): Enhanced ozone strongly reduces carbon sink strength of adult beech (Fagus sylvatica) - Resume from the free-air fumigation study at Kranzberg Forest. Environmental Pollution 158: 2527-2532
  156. Baumgarten M, Huber C, Dietrich H-P, Matyssek R (2010) Beurteilung des Ozonrisikos für die Waldregionen Bayerns am Beispiel des Jahres 2002 und des Extremtrockenjahres 2003 auf der Basis der externen Ozonexposition und der internen Ozonaufnahme. Umweltwiss. Schadst Forsch 22:579-595.
  157. Grams TEE, Werner H, Kuptz D, Ritter W, Fleischmann F, Andersen C, Matyssek R (2011) A free-air system for long-term stable carbon isotope labeling of adult forest trees. Trees 25:187-198
  158. Grünhage L, Bender J, Jäger H-J, Matyssek R, Weigel H-J (2011) Beurteilungswerte für Ozon zum Schutz der Vegetation. Gefahrstoffe – Reinhaltung der Luft 71/ 3:79-89.
  159. Kuptz D, Matyssek R, Grams TEE (2011) Seasonal dynamics in the stable carbon isotope composition (d13C) from non-leafy branch, trunk and coarse root CO2 efflux of adult deciduous (Fagus sylvatica) and evergreen (Picea abies) trees. Plant, Cell and Environment 34:363-373
  160. Matyssek R (2011) Erhöhter Ozonstress führt zu erheblicher Einschränkung der Kohlenstoffbindung in Altbuchen. Gefahrstoffe – Reinhaltung der Luft 71:103-107.
  161. Kuptz D, Fleischmann F, Matyssek R, Grams TEE (2011) Seasonal patterns of carbon allocation to respiratory pools in 60-yr-old deciduous (Fagus sylvatica) and evergreen (Picea abies) trees assessed via whole-tree stable carbon isotope labeling. New Phytologist 191: 160-172
  162. Fischer R, Aas W, De Vries W, Clarke N, Cudlin P, Leaver D, Lundin L, Matteucci G, Matyssek R, Mikkelsen T, Mirtl M, Öztürk Y, Papale D, Potocic N, Simpson D, Tuovinen J-P, Vesala T, Wieser G, Paoletti E (2011) Towards a transnational system of supersites for forest monitoring and research in Europe – an overview on present state and future recommendations. iForest 4: 167-171.
  163. Serengil Y, Augustaitis A, Bytnerowicz A, Grulke N, Kozovitz AR, Matyssek R, Müller-Starck G, Schaub M. Wieser G, Coskun AA, Paoletti E (2011) Adaptation of forest ecosystems to air pollution and climate change: a global assessment on research priorities. iForest 4:44-48.
  164. Ritter W, Andersen C.P, Matyssek R, Grams T.E.E. (2011) Carbon flux to woody tissues in a beech/spruce forest during summer and in response to chronic elevated O3 exposure. Biogeosciences 8: 4131-4161
  165. Matyssek R, Wieser G, Calfapietra C, de Vries W, Dizengremel P, Ernst D, Jolivet Y, Mikkelsen T.N, Mohren G.M.J, le Thiec D, Tuovinen J-P, Weatherall A, Paoletti E (2012) Forests under climate change and air pollution: Gaps in understanding and future directions for research. Environmental Pollution 160: 57-65.
  166. Bueker P, Morrissey T, Briolat A, Falk R, Simpson D, Tuovinen J-P,, Alonso R, Barth S, Baumgarten M, Grulke N, Karlsson P E, King J, Lagergren F, Matyssek R, Nunn A, Ogaya R, Penuelas J, Rhea L, Schaub M, Uddling J, Werner W, Emberson L K (2012) DO3SE modelling of soil moisture to determine ozone flux to forest trees. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12: 5537-5562.
  167. Gruenhage L, Matyssek R, Haeberle K.H, Wieser G, Metzger U, Leuchner M, Menzel A, Dieler J, Pretzsch H, Grimmeisen W, Zimmermann L, Raspe S. (2012) Flux-based ozone risk assessment for adult beech forests. Trees 26:1713-1721
  168. Kitao M, Winkler J B, Loew M, Nunn A J, Kuptz D, Haeberle K-H, Reiter I M, Matyssek R. (2012) How closely does stem growth of adult beech (Fagus sylvatica) relate to net carbon gain under experimentally enhanced ozone stress? Environmental Pollution 166:108-115.
  169. Wieser G, Matyssek R, Goetz B, Gruenhage L (2012) Branch cuvettes as means of ozone risk assessment in adult forest tree crowns: combining experimental and modelling capacities. Trees 26:1703-1712.
  170. Loew M, Deckmyn G, Op de Beeck M, Blumenroether M,Osswald W, Alexou M, Jehnes S, Haberer K, Rennenberg H, Herbinger K, Haeberle K H, Bahnweg G, Hanke D, Wieser G,
    Ceulemans R, Matyssek R, Tausz M. (2012) Multivariate analysis of physiological parameters reveals a consistent O3 response pattern in leaves of adult European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.). New Phytologist 196:162-172.
  171. Uddling J, Matyssek R, Pettersson JBC, Wieser G (2012) To what extent do molecular collisions arising from water vapour efflux impede stomatal O3 influx? Environmental Pollution 170: 39-42
  172. Matyssek R, Koricheva J, Schnyder H, Ernst D, Munch J C, Osswald W, Pretzsch H (2012) The Balance Between Resource Sequestration and Retention: A Challenge in Plant Science. In: Matyssek R, Schnyder H, Osswald W, Ernst D, Munch J C, Pretzsch H (eds.): Growth and Defence in Plants – Resource Allocation at Multiple Scales. Ecological Studies 220, Springer, pp. 3-24
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  174. Zu Castell W, Matyssek R, Göttlein A, Fleischmann F, Staninska A (2012) Learning from Various Plants and Scenarios: Statistical Modeling. In: Matyssek R, Schnyder H, Osswald W, Ernst D, Munch J C, Pretzsch H (eds.): Growth and Defence in Plants – Resource Allocation at Multiple Scales. Ecological Studies 220, Springer,355-373.
  175. Gayler S, Priesack E, Fleischmann F, Heller W, Rötzer T, Seifert T, Matyssek R (2012) Modelling the Defensive Potential of Plant. In: Matyssek R, Schnyder H, Osswald W, Ernst D, Munch J C, Pretzsch H (eds.): Growth and Defence in Plants – Resource Allocation at Multiple Scales. Ecological Studies 220, Springer, pp. 375-399
  176. Matyssek R, Gayler S, zu Castell W, Oßwald W, Ernst D, Pretzsch H, Schnyder H, Munch J C (2012) Predictability of Plant Resource Allocation: New Theory Needed? In: Matyssek R, Schnyder H, Osswald W, Ernst D, Munch J C, Pretzsch H (eds.): Growth and Defence in Plants – Resource Allocation at Multiple Scales. Ecological Studies 220, Springer, pp. 433-449
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  178. Matyssek R, Mohren G M J. (2012) Special topic: integrating modelling and experimentation. Trees 26:1679-1682
  179. Weigt RB, Häberle KH, Millard P, Metzger U, Ritter W, Blaschke H, Göttlein A, Matyssek R (2012) Ground-level ozone differentially affects nitrogen acquisition and allocation in mature European beech (Fagus sylvatica) and Norway spruce (Picea abies) trees. Tree Physiol 32(10): 1259-1273
  180. Haeberle KH, Weigt R, Nikolova P S, Reiter I M, Cermak J, Wieser G, Blaschke H, Roetzer T, Pretzsch H, Matyssek R (2012) Case Study “Kranzberger Forst”: Growth and
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  181. Matyssek R, Lüttge U, Rennenberg H (2012) Symposium Growth and Defense in Plants: Resource Allocation at Multiple Scales. Nova Acta Leopoldina-Jahrbuch 2011: 549-557
  182. Matyssek R, Lüttge U, Rennenberg H. (2013) The Alternatives Growth and Defence: Resource Allocation at Multiple Scales in Plants - Introduction to the symposium. In Matyssek R, Lüttge U, Rennenberg H (eds.) The Alternatives Growth and Defence: Resource Allocation at Multiple Scales in Plants. Nova Acta Leopoldina 114: 13-20
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  185. Lüttge U, Matyssek R, Priesack E (2013) Trees Virtual Issue: Empirism and Modeling
  186. Leo M, Oberhuber W, Schuster R, Grams TEE, Matyssek R, Wieser G. (2014) Evaluating the effect of plant water availability on inner-alpine coniferous trees based on sap flow measurements. European Journal of Forest Research 133: 691-698.
  187. Lautner S, Stummer M, Matyssek R, Fromm J, Grams TEE (2014) Involvement of respiratory processes in the transient knockout of net CO2 uptake in Mimosa pudica upon heat stimulation. Plant, Cell and Environment 37, 254-260. doi:10.1111/pce.12150
  188. Schulte M J, Matyssek R, Gayler S, Priesack E, Grams TEE (2013) Mode of competition for light and water amongst juvenile beech and spruce trees under ambient and elevated levels of O3 and CO2. Trees 27, 1763-1773. DOI 10.1007/s00468-013-0922-9
  189. Goisser M, Zang U, Matzner E, Borken W, Häberle K-H, Matyssek R (2013) Growth of juvenile beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) upon transplant into a wind-opened spruce stand of heterogeneous light and water conditions. Forest Ecology and Management 310: 110–119
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  195. Grünhage L, Matyssek R, Wieser G, Häberle K-H, Leuchner M, Menzel A, Dieler J, Pretzsch H, Grimmeisen W, Zimmermann L, Raspe S, Schröder M. (2013)Flux-based ozone risk assessment for adult beech and spruce forests. In: Matyssek R, Clarke N, Cudlin P, Mikkelsen T.N., Tuovinen J-P,  Wieser G, Paoletti E (eds). Climate Change, Air Pollution and Global Challenges: Understanding and Perspectives from Forest Research. Developments in Environmental Science 13, Elsevier, pp. 251-266
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  199. Zang U, Goisser M, Häberle K-H, Matyssek R, Matzner E, Borken W (2014) Effects of drought stress on photosynthesis, rhizosphere respiration, and fine-root characteristics of beech saplings: A rhizotron field study. J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 177, 168-177.
  200. Zang U, Goisser M, Grams T.E.E, Häberle K-H, Matyssek R, Matzner E, Borken W (2014) Fate of recently fixed carbon in European beech (Fagus sylvatica) saplings during drought and subsequent recovery. Tree Physiol. 34: 29–38.
  201. Baumgarten M, Weis W, Kühn A, May K, Matyssek R (2014) Forest transpiration – targeted through xylem sap flow assessment versus hydrological modeling. European Journal of Forest Research 133:677-690.
  202. Matyssek R, Kozovits A R, Wieser G, Augustaitiene I, Augustaitis A (2014) Biological reactions of forests to climate change and air pollution. European Journal of Forest Research 133, 671-673.
  203. Carriero G, Tuovinen J-P, Clarke N, Matteucci G, Matyssek R, Wieser G, Mikkelsen T N, Fischer R, Cudlin P, Serengil Y, Boscaleri F, Calfapietra C, Feng Z, Paoletti E (2014) Latest Achievements on Climate Change and Forest Interactions in a Polluted Environment. Open Journal of Forestry 4, 197-207.
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  205. Angay O, Fleisch F, Recht S, Herrmann S, Matyssek R, Osswald W, Buscot F, Grams T E E (2014):Sweets for the foe – effects of nonstructural carbohydrates on the susceptibility of Quercus robur against Phytophthora quercina.New Phytologist 203,1282-1290.
  206. Matyssek R, Kozovits AR, Schnitzler J, Pretzsch J, Dieler J, Wieser G (2014) Forest trees under air pollution as a factor of climate change. In: Tausz M, Grulke N. (Eds.) Trees in a Changing Environment. Springer, Plant Ecophysiology 9, pp. 117-163
  207. Gebhardt T, Haeberle K-H, Matyssek R, Schulz C, Ammer C (2014) The more, the better? Water relations of Norway spruce stands after progressive thinning. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 197: 235-243.
  208. Weigt R, Haeberle K-H, Roetzer T, Matyssek R (2015) Whole-tree seasonal nitrogen uptake and partitioning in adult Fagus sylvatica L. and Picea abies L. [Karst.] trees exposed to elevated ground-level ozone. Environmental Pollution 196: 511-517
  209. Ritter W, Lehmeir C A, Winkler J B, Matyssek R, Grams T E E (2015) Contrasting carbon allocation responses of juvenile European beech (Fagus sylvatica) and Norway spruce (Picea abies) to competition and ozon. Environmental Pollution 196: 534-543
  210. Hoshika Y, Watanabe M, Kitao M, Haeberle K-H, Grams T E E, Koike T, Matyssek R (2015) Ozone induces stomatal narrowing in European and Siebold's beeches: a comparison between two experiments of free-air ozone exposure. Environmental Pollution 196: 527-533.
  211. Matyssek R, Baumgarten M, Hummel U, Häberle K-H, Kitao M, Wieser G (2015) Canopy-level stomatal narrowing in adult Fagus sylvatica under O3 stress – means of preventing enhanced O3 uptake under high O3 exposure? Environmental Pollution 196: 518-526.
  212. Matyssek R, Kozovits A R, Wieser G (2015) Vegetation Response to Climate Change and Air Pollution – Unifying Research and Evidence from Northern and Southern Hemisphere. Environmental Pollution 196: 480-482.
  213. Wieser G, Grams T.E.E., Matyssek R, Oberhuber W, Gruber A (2015) Soil warming increased whole-tree water use of Pinus cembra at the treeline in the Central Tyrolean Alps.
    Tree Physiology 35:279-288.
  214. Kühn A R, Grill S, Baumgarten M, Ankerst D P, Matyssek R (2015) Daily growth of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) on moist sites is affected by short-term drought rather than ozone uptake. Trees 29:1501-1519.
  215. Sicard O, Augustaitis A, Belyazid S, Calfapietra C, De Marco A, Fenn M, Bytnerowicz A, Grulke N, He S, Matyssek R, Serengil Y, Wieser G, Paoletti E (2016) Global topics and novel approaches in the study of air pollution,climate change and forest ecosystems. Environ Pollut. 213: 977-987
  216. zu Castell W, Fleischmann F, Heger T, Matyssek R (2016): Shaping theoretic foundations of holobiont-like systems. in: eds. Canovas F. Luettge U, Matyssek R. Progress in Botany, Vol.77, Springer Heidelberg 219-244.
  217. Pretzsch H, Bauerle T, Häberle K-H, Matyssek R, Schütze G, Rötzer T (2016) Tree diameter growth after root trenching in a mature mixed stand of Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica [L.]) Trees 30: 1761-1773 
  218. Wieser G, Oberhuber W, Gruber A, Leo M, Matyssek R, Grams TEE (2016) Stable Water Use Efficiency under Climate Change of Three Sympatric Conifer Species at the Alpine Treeline. Frontiers in Plant Science 7: doi 10.3389/fpls.2016.00799.
  219. Brito P, Grams TEE, Matyssek R, Jimenez M S, Gonzalez-Rodriguez A M, Oberhuber W, Wieser G. (2016) Increased water use efficiency does not prevent growth decline of Pinus canariensis in a semi-arid treeline ecotone in Tenerife,Canary Islands (Spain).ces Annals of Forest Sciences DOI 10.1007/s13595-016-0562-5
  220. Goisser M, Geppert U, Rötzer T, Paya A, Huber A, Kerner R, Bauerle T, Pretzsch H, Pritsch K, Haeberle K.H., Matyssek R, Grams T.E.E. (2016) Does belowground interaction with Fagus sylvatica increase drought susceptibility of photosynthesis and stem growth in Picea abies? Forest Ecology 375: 268-278.
  221. Pretzsch, H., Bauerle, T., Häberle, K.-H., Matyssek, R., Schütze, G., Rötzer, T. (2016) Tree growth after root trenching in a mature mixed stand of Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica [L.]). Trees 30: 1761-1773
  222. Matyssek R, Kozovits AR, Wieser G, King J, Rennenberg H (2017) Woody-plant ecosystems under climate change and air pollution — response consistencies across zonobiomes? Tree Physiol. 37: 706-732
  223. Rötzer, T., Häberle, K.H., Kallenbach, C., Matyssek, R., Pretzsch, H. (2017) Tree species and size drive water consumption of beech/spruce forests (Fagus sylvatica/Picea abies) – a simulation study highlighting growth under water limitation. Plant and Soil 418: 337–356
  224. Hafner B, Tomasella M, Häberle K-H, Goebel M, Matyssek R, Grams TEE (2017) Hydraulic redistribution under moderate drought among English oak, European beech and Norway spruce determined by deuterium isotope labeling in a split-root experiment. Tree Physiol. 37: 950-960 
  225. Tomasella M, Beikircher B, Häberle K-H, Hesse B, Kallenbach C, Matyssek R, Mayr S. (2017) Coordinated hydraulic acclimation to drought in Fagus sylvatica and Picea abies: insights from a forest through-fall exclusion experiment. Tree Physiol. 38:198-211
  226. Vollenweider P, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Menard T, Baumgarten M, Matyssek R, Schaub M (2019) Macro-and microscopic leaf injury triggered by ozone stress in beech foliage (Fagus sylvatica L.) Annals of Forest Science76: 71(17pp.)

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II. Non-Refereed Publications

  1. Matyssek R (1985): The carbon balances of three deciduous larch species and an evergreen spruce species near Bayreuth (W.‑Germany). In: Turner H and Tranquillini W (eds.) Establishment and Tending of Subalpine Forests: Research and Management. Proc. 3rd IUFRO Workshop P 1.07‑00, 1984. Eidg. Anst. forstl. Versuchswes., Ber. 270, pp. 123-133
  2. Koike T, Häsler R, Matyssek R, Thum R, Item H (1990) Photo­synthetic characteristics of conifers planted at timberline in Stillberg. Transactions of the meeting in Hokkaido branch of the Japanese Forestry Society, Sapporo, 38: 23-25
  3. Matyssek R, Freer‑Smith PH, Keller T (1990) Wirkungen von Schadgasen in niedrigen Konzentrationen auf Bäume unter kontrollierten Bedingungen. In: Tesche M, Michael G, Feiler S (eds.) Tagungsbericht 2. Symposium 'Ausgewählte Probleme der Gehölzphysiologie', Technische Universität Dresden/ Tharandt (DDR), pp. 122-129
  4. Matyssek R, Keller T, Günthardt‑Goerg MS (1990) Ozonwirkungen auf den verschiedenen Organisationsebenen in Holzpflanzen. Schweiz. Z. Forstwes. 141: 631‑651
  5. Matyssek R, Cermak J, Kucera J (1991) Ursacheneingrenzung eines lokalen Buchensterbens mit einer Meßmethode der Kronen­transpiration. Schweiz. Z. Forstwes. 142: 809-828
  6. Matyssek R, Keller T, Günthardt-Goerg MS (1991) Die Wirkung von Ozon auf Pflanzen. Der Gartenbau 112: 2150-2152
  7. Keller T, Matyssek R (1991) Resultate einer zwanzigjährigen Immissionsüberwachung bei einer KVA mit Blattanalysen als Bioindikation. VDI Berichte 901: 761-764
  8. Günthardt-Goerg MS, Matyssek R, KELLER T (1991) Bioindikationen in Birkenblättern unter niedrigen Ozonkonzentrationen. VDI Berichte 901: 631-647
  9. Matyssek R (1992) Wirkungen von Ozon in niedriger Konzentration auf Holzpflanzen: Der Stellenwert der Bioindikationsforschung. In: Schlaepfer R (ed.) Forum für Wissen 1992, Waldschaden­forschung in der Schweiz: Stand der Kenntnisse. Eidg. Forschungs­anstalt für Wald, Schnee u. Landschaft (WSL), Birmensdorf ZH, pp. 95-101
  10. Matyssek R, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Keller T (1993) Physiological effects of air pollutants in low concentration on trees. In: Tesche M, Feiler S (eds.) 'Air pollution and interactions between organisms in forest ecosystems', Proceedings of the 15th international meeting of specialists in air pollution effects on forest ecosystems. IUFRO Working Party P 2.05, Tharandt/Dresden (FRG), Sept. 9-11, 1992, pp. 76-86
  11. Matyssek R (1993) Direct and indirect effects and the long-term risks of air pollution on forest ecosystems: Air pollution and tree ecophysiology. In: Schlaepfer R (ed.) Long-term implications of climate change and air pollution on forest ecosystems. Progress report of the IUFRO Task Force 'Forest, Climate Change and Air Pollution'. IUFRO World Series Vol. 4, Vienna, p. 28
  12. Keller T, Matyssek R, Günthardt-Goerg MS (1993) Langjährige Analysen von Buchenlaub aus der Umgebung einer Kehrichtverbrennungsanlage. Schweiz. Z. Forstwes. 145: 351-369
  13. Cermak J, Matyssek R, Kucera J (1993) Priciny odumirani vyspelych buku na tezkych pudach po nahlem proredeni porostu. Lesnictvi - Forestry 39: 175-183
  14. Siegwolf R, Saurer M, Matyssek R, Bucher JB (1994) The use of stable isotopes in ecological research: tracking the nitrogen fluxes of airborne NO2 in plants.
    Paul-Scherrer-Institute, Newsletter 1994, pp. 5
  15. Matyssek R (1995) Wirkung des Ozons auf die Physiologie der Waldbäume. In: Waldschäden, Stand der Forschung und Ausblick. Bericht über das Sym­posium am 3. Mai 1995 in München. Dokumentation, Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Ernäh­rung, Landwirt­schaft und Forsten, München, pp. 29-38
  16. Matyssek R, Maurer S, Fabian P, Pretzsch H (1997) 'Scaling' von Ozonwirkungen in Holzpflanzen bis zur Bestandsebene: Ausgangsbasis, Erfordernisse und Perspektiven. EcoSys Kiel 20: 49-58
  17. Matyssek R (1997) Baumphysiologische Auswirkungen von Wurzelschnitten und Verpflanzungen in jungen Holzpflanzen. In: G. Lesnino (ed.) Qualität von Hochstämmen. Seminarband (18. 7. 1997) Münchner Gehölzinstitut, Gräfelfing/München, pp. 3
  18. Matyssek R (1997) Risiken der Ozonwirkung auf Bäume und Wälder. vdbiol-Forum München 30. 9. 1997 'Zum aktuellen Stand der Waldschadensforschung'. Tagungsband, pp. 13
  19. Matyssek R (1998) Baumphysiologische Auswirkungen von Wurzelschnitten und Verpflanzungen in jungen Holzpflanzen. Neue Landschaft 4/98: 288-289
  20. Matyssek R (1998) Evidence of ozone impacts of trees and forests in Europe. In: Paivinen R, Schuck A (eds.) EEA SOE98 Report, European Forestry Institute (EFI), Finland, pp. 23-26
  21. Götz B, Matyssek R, Fabian P, Pretzsch H, Maurer S (1999) Validation of tree responses to ozone: From chamber experiments to the conditions of mixed forest stands. In: Radoglu K, Huttunen S (eds.) Proceedings of the COST E6/ EUROSILVA Workshop 1996 ‘Resource Utilization from Cell to Canopy’ in Thessaloniki (Greece), Oulu University Press, Oulu (Finland), pp. 167-170
  22. Matyssek R (1999) Perspective and Discussion of a Conceptual Framework, for the Research in the COST E6/ EUROSILVA Working Group III " Biotic and Abiotic Interactions ". In: Radoglu K, Huttunen S (eds.) Proceedings of the COST E6/ EUROSILVA Workshop 1996  ‘Resource Utilization from Cell to Canopy’ in Thessaloniki (Greece), Oulu University Press, Oulu (Finland), pp. 209-214
  23. Matyssek R (1999) Mythos Waldsterben - Begleittext zur gleichnamigen Video-Produktion des ‘Instituts für Film und Bild in Wissenschaft und Unterricht’ (FWU), Grünwald/München, pp. 6
  24. Matyssek R (1999) How do plants grow under severe drought. In: Denke A, Dornisch K, Fleischmann F, Graßmann J, Heiser I, Hippeli S, Oßwald W, Schempp H (eds.) Different pathways through life - biochemical aspects of plant biology and medicine. Lincom Studies in Biochemistry, Lincom Europa, München, pp. 427-446
  25. Baumgarten M, Häberle K-H, Werner H, Fabian P, Matyssek R (1999) Ozone - a constraint on beech in the Bavarian Forest ? The indicative value of AOT40.  In: Fuhrer J, Achermann B (eds.) Critical Level for Ozone - Level II. Swiss Agency for the Environment, Forests and Landscape (SAEFL), Berne, pp. 127-132
  26. Häberle K-H, Werner H, Fabian P, Pretzsch H, Reiter I, Matyssek R (1999) ‘Free-air’ ozone fumigation of mature forest trees: a concept for validating AOT40 under stand conditions. In: Fuhrer J, Achermann B (eds.) Critical Level for Ozone - Level II. Swiss Agency for the Environment, Forests and Landscape (SAEFL), Berne, pp. 133-137
  27. Percy K, Bucher J, Cape J, Ferretti M, Heath M, Jones HE, Karnosky D, Matyssek R, Müller-Starck G, Paoletti E, Rosengren-Brinck U, Sheppard L, Skelly J, Weetman G (1999) State of Science and knowledge gaps with respect to air pollution impacts on forests. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 116: 443-448
  28. Götz B, Käs G, Matyssek R (1999) Untersuchungen zur Wirkung elektromagnetischer Felder auf Waldbäume. News Forschungsgemeinschaft Funk, 7(3): 12-14
  29. Matyssek R, Blaschke H (1999) Testing growth chambers: The distribution of light, temperature and air humidity in walk-in chambers. In: Incoll L (ed.) UK Controlled Environment Users’ Group (CEUG), 1999 Scientific Meeting, Sept. 21/22, 1999, York  UK, pp. 12-15
  30. Matyssek R, Siegwolf RTW, Saurer M, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Maurer S, Schmutz P, Bucher JB (1999) Nitrogen dioxide - fertilizer or pollutant in trees ? A case study in a controlled chamber environment. In: Incoll L (ed.) UK Controlled Environment Users’ Group (CEUG), 1999 Scientific Meeting, Sept. 21/22, 1999, York  UK, pp. 23-26
  31. Matyssek R (2000) Biotic and abiotic interactions in trees. COST Action E6: EUROSILVA, Forest Tree Physiology Research 1996 - 2000, Concluding Report, University Oulu /Finland, pp. 14-16
  32. Kirchner M, Baumgarten M, Matyssek R, Dittmar C, Fellner R, Hager H, Pasutova J, Reuther M, Schume H, Soukup F, Werner H, Braeutigam S (2000) Fallstudie Buche im Dreiländereck Böhmen, Österreich, Bayern. Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Landesentwicklung und Umweltfragen, Umwelt & Entwicklung Bayern, Materialien 151, pp. 161
  33. Matyssek R, Häberle K-H (2002) Freising canopy crane, Germany. In: Mitchell AM, Secoy K, Jackson T (eds.) The Global Canopy Handbook, GCP Publisher, Oxford /UK, pp. 47-50
  34. Matyssek R, Wieser G, Nunn AJ, Kozovits AR, Reiter Im, Heerdt C, Winkler JB, Baumgarten M, Häberle K-H, Grams TEE,  Werner H, Fabian P, Havranek WM (2003) Comparison between AOT40 and ozone uptake in forest trees of different species, age and site conditions. In: Karlsson PE, Sellden G, Pleijel H (eds.) Establishing Ozone Critical Levels II – UNECE Workshop Report, IVL Report, B 1523, pp. 259-274
  35. Matyssek R (2003) Wie verhalten sich Buche und Fichte bei Umweltänderungen ? Kosten und Nutzen von Raumbesetzung und –ausbeutung. AFZ – der Wald 17: 862-863
  36. Häberle K-H, Reiter Im, Nunn AJ, Gruppe A, Simon U, Gossner M, Werner H, Leuchner M, Heerdt C, Fabian P, Matyssek R (2003) KROCO, Freising, Germany: Canopy research in a temperate mixed forest of Southern Germany. In: Basset Y, Horlyck V, Wright SJ (eds.) Studying Forest Canopies from above: The international canopy crane network. Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute and UNEP, pp. 71-78
  37. Matyssek R, Fabian P, Sandermann H, Nunn AJ, Heerdt C, Häberle K-H, Langebartels C, Werner H (2004) Risiko-Einschätzung der chronisch erhöhten Ozonbelastung mittels „Free-Air“ Begasung in einem Buchen/Fichten-Mischbestand (Schlußbericht). Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Umwelt, Gesundheit und Verbraucherschutz, München, http://www.stmugv.bayern.de/de/aktuell/download/luft.htm
  38. Matyssek R, Häberle K-H, Grams TEE (2005) Die Konkurrenz der Bäume. Forschung – Das Magazin der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft 1/2005: 10-14
  39. Matyssek R, Häberle K-H, Grams TEE (2005) The trees in competition. German Research – Magazine of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft 2/2005: 10-14
  40. Matyssek R, Bytnerowicz A, Karlsson P-E, Paoletti E, Sanz M, Schaub M, Wieser G (2006) Promoting the O3 flux concept for European forest trees. In: Wieser G, Tausz M (eds.) Critical Levels of Ozone: Further Applying and Developing the Flux-Based Concept (Proceedings on the workshop in Obergurgl/Austria, Nov. 15-19, 2005), BFW Vienna and University of Graz, Austria, pp. 1-6
  41. Sandermann H, Langebartels C, Bahnweg G, Ernst D, Heller W. Betz G, Haberer K, Jehnes S, Nunn A, Lapierre C, Rennenberg H, Matyssek R (2006) Level III: Ozone sensitivity of plants is determined by biochemical amplification or down-regulation. In: Wieser G, Tausz M (eds.) Critical Levels of Ozone: Further Applying and Developing the Flux-Based Concept (Proceedings on the workshop in Obergurgl/Austria, Nov. 15-19, 2005), BFW Vienna and University of Graz, Austria, pp. 149-152
  42. Nunn AJ, Metzger U, Löw M, Wipfler P, Häberle K-H, Matyssek R (2006) Ozone dose at the whole-tree level: Comparing adult forest trees under different O3 regimes between humid and dry conditions. In: Wieser G, Tausz M (eds.) Critical Levels of Ozone: Further Applying and Developing the Flux-Based Concept (Proceedings on the workshop in Obergurgl/Austria, Nov. 15-19, 2005), BFW Vienna and University of Graz, Austria, pp. 305-310
  43. Matyssek R, Ceulemans R, Fabian P, Grill D, Hanke D, Kraigher H, Oßwald W, Rennenberg H, Sandermann H, Tausz M, Wieser G (2006) The CASIROZ Project at Kranzberg Forest on the carbon sink strength of Fagus sylvatica L. in a changing environment: Experimental risk assessment of mitigation by chronic ozone impact. In: Wieser G, Tausz M (eds.) Critical Levels of Ozone: Further Applying and Developing the Flux-Based Concept (Proceedings on the workshop in Obergurgl/Austria, Nov. 15-19, 2005), BFW Vienna and University of Graz, Austria, pp. 321-324
  44. Löw M, Blumenröther M, Häberle K-H, Oßwald W, Matyssek R (2006) Towards flux-based ozone risk assessment: linking leaf gas exchange with biochemistry. In: Wieser G, Tausz M (eds.) Critical Levels of Ozone: Further Applying and Developing the Flux-Based Concept (Proceedings on the workshop in Obergurgl/Austria, Nov. 15-19, 2005), BFW Vienna and University of Graz, Austria, pp. 337-340
  45. Matyssek R, Ceulemans R, Fabian P, Grill D, Hanke D, Kraigher H, Oßwald W, Rennenberg H, Sandermann H, Tausz M, Wieser G (2006) Conclusions from the CASIROZ case study at Kranzberg Forest. In: Wieser G, Tausz M (eds.) Critical Levels of Ozone: Further Applying and Developing the Flux-Based Concept (Proceedings on the workshop in Obergurgl/Austria, Nov. 15-19, 2005), BFW Vienna and University of Graz, Austria, pp. 367-370
  46. Wieser G, Matyssek R, Musselman RC, Lefohn AS, Massman WJ (2006) Glossary: Definitions of relevancy for the “flux concept” in ozone risk assessment. In: Wieser G, Tausz M (eds.) Critical Levels of Ozone: Further Applying and Developing the Flux-Based Concept (Proceedings on the workshop in Obergurgl/Austria, Nov. 15-19, 2005), BFW Vienna and University of Graz, Austria, pp. 385-386
  47. Matyssek R, Häberle K-H, Grams TEE (2006) Die Konkurrenz der Bäume. Forschung – Das Magazin der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft, Spezial 2006. pp. 48-52
  48. Nikolova P, Raspe S, Blaschke H, Matyssek R, Häberle K-H (2007) Drought effects on soil respiration components in a mature Fagus sylvatica/Picea abies forest. In: W. Merbach, W. Gans, J. Augustin (eds.) Ökologische Interaktionen in der durchwurzelten Bodenschicht, 17. Borkhelder Seminar zur Ökophysiologie des Wurzelraumes. Verlag Grauer, Beuren, Stuttgart, p. 26
  49. Weigt R, Blaschke H, Göttlein A, Matyssek R, Häberle K-H (2007) The fate of nitrogen at the soi-root interface: A comparison beech and spruce. In: W. Merbach, W. Gans, J. Augustin (eds.) Ökologische Interaktionen in der durchwurzelten Bodenschicht, 17. Borkhelder Seminar zur Ökophysiologie des Wurzelraumes. Verlag Grauer, Beuren, Stuttgart, pp. 34-40
  50. Gebhardt T, Schulz C, Matyssek R, Ammer C (2010) Die Fichte im Zeichen des Klimawandels- beugen Durchforstungseingriffe Trockenschäden vor? Forstarchiv 81, Heft 2:73-74.
  51. Grünhage L, Bender J, Jäger H-J, Matyssek R, Weigel H-J (2011) Evaluation of the ozone-related risk for wheat at the local scale. ICP-Report: 78-82.
  52. Matyssek R, Lüttge U, Rennenberg H. (2011) Growth and Defence in Plants: Resource Allocation at Multiple Scales. Bericht zu Leopoldina-Symposium 2011
    Leopoldina-Jahresband 2011: 549-557
  53. Gebhardt T, Grams T, Haeberle K.H, Matyssek R, Schulz C, Grimmeisen w, Ammer C (2012) Helfen Durchforstungen bei Trockenheit? LWF aktuell Forstliche Klimaforschung 87:8-10
  54. Baumgarten M, Kuehn A, Dietrich H-P, Matyssek R (2012) Ozonaufnahme als Preis für Transpiration? LWF aktuell Forstliche Klimaforschung 87:27-30.
  55. Baumgarten M, Matyssek R (2012) Ozonbelastung der Wälder. LWF aktuell 88:17-20.
  56. Kozovits AR, Matyssek R, Bytnerowicz A (2013) Vegetation Response to Climate Change and Air Pollution - Unifying Research and Evidence from the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. Report from the biennial conference of RG 7.01.00 “Impacts of Air Pollution and Climate Change on Forest Ecosystems“, in Ilhéus, Bahia, Brazil, September 1-6, 2013 (http://www.iufro2013.ufop.br/), IUFRO News 42, pp. 2

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III. Edited Books and Special Issues of Journals

  1. Huttunen S, Heikelä H, Bucher J-B, Sundberg B, Jarvis PG, Matyssek R, eds. (2001), Trends in European Forest Tree Physiological Research, Kluwer, The Netherlands, pp. 262
  2. Matyssek R, Schnyder H, Munch J-C, Osswald W, Pretzsch H, Treutter D, eds. (2005) Special Issue “Mechanisms in Resource Allocation”, Plant Biology 7, Thieme Verlag Stuttgart, pp. 557-744
  3. Matyssek R, ed. (2007) Special Issue “Ozone sensitivity of adult forest trees”. Plant Biology 9, Thieme Verlag Stuttgart, pp. 163-356
  4. Matyssek R, Bernhofer C, Huwe B, eds. (2009) Special Theme “High-altitude water budgets: ecological and hydrological forest research in view of landscape modelling”. Eur J Forest Res 128: 575-631
  5. Schloter M, Matyssek R, eds. (2009): Tuning growth versus defencebelowground interactions and plant resource allocation. Plant Soil 323:1-141
  6. Schaub M, Matyssek R, Wieser G, eds. (2010) Advances of air pollution science: from forest decline to multiple-stress effects on forest ecosystem services. Environmental Pollution 158: 1985-2334.
  7. Percy K., King J., Matyssek R, Karnosky D, eds. (2010) Facing the Future:Evidence from Joint Aspen FACE, SoyFACE and SFB 607 Meeting. Environmental Pollution 158:953-1104.
  8. Matyssek R, Schaub M, Wieser G, eds. (2010) Air pollution and climate change effects on forest ecosystems: new evidence. Eur J Forest Res 129: 417-497.
  9. Paoletti E, Tuovinen J-P, Clarke N, Matteucci G, Matyssek R, Wieser G, Fischer R, Cudlin P, Potocic N, eds. (2011) Research, monitoring and modelling in the study of climate change and air pollution impacts on forest ecosystems. iForest-Biogeosciences and Forestry 4:160-161
  10. Matyssek R, Schnyder H, Osswald W, Ernst D, Munch J C, Pretzsch H (eds., 2012): Growth and Defence in Plants – Resource Allocation at Multiple Scales. Ecological Studies 220, Springer, pp. 470.
  11. Matyssek R, Lüttge U, Rennenberg H, eds. (2013) The Alternatives Growth and Defence: Resource Allocation at Multiple Scales in Plants. Nova Acta Leopoldina, pp. 369
  12. Lüttge U, Matyssek R, Priesack E, eds. (2013) Virtual Issue, Trees: Empirism and Modeling
  13. Matyssek R, Clarke N, Cudlin P, Mikkelsen TN, Tuovinen J-P, Wieser G, Paoletti E, eds. (2013) Climate change, air pollution and global challenges: understanding and perspectives from forest research. Developments in Environmental Science 13, Elsevier, pp. 622
  14. Lüttge U, Cánovas FM, Matyssek R (eds., 2016) Progreess in Botany 77, Springer, pp. 436
  15. Cánovas FM, Lüttge U, Matyssek R (eds., 2017) Progreess in Botany 78, Springer, pp. 438
  16. Cánovas FM, Lüttge U, Matyssek R (eds., 2018) Progreess in Botany 79, Springer, pp. 359
  17. Cánovas FM, Lüttge U, Matyssek R, Pretzsch H (eds., 2019) Progreess in Botany 80, Springer, pp. 337

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IV. Textbooks

  1. Willert von D, Matyssek R, Herppich W (1995) „Experimen­telle Pflanzenökologie, Grundlagen und Anwendungen“ (= Experimental Plant Ecology, Fundamentals and Applications). Georg-Thieme-Verlag, Stuttgart, pp. 344.
  2. Matyssek R, Fromm J, Rennenberg H, Roloff A (2010) „Biologie der Bäume – von der Zelle zur globalen Ebene“ (= Biology of Trees – from Cell to Global Scale). Ulmer, Stuttgart, pp. 349.
  3. Matyssek R, Herppich W (2020) „Experimen­telle Pflanzenökologie, Grundlagen und Anwendungen“ (= Experimental Plant Ecology, Fundamentals and Applications). 2. Auflage, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 549 (in press)

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