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47) Paquette, A., Hector, A., Castagneyrol, B., Vanhellemont, M., Koricheva, J., Scherer-Lorenzen, M., Verheyen, K. & TreeDivNet. (2018) A million and more trees for science. Nature Ecology & Evolution 2:763-766. DOI:10.1038/s41559-018-0544-0

46) Bodner, B., Kronberga, A., Lepsa, L., Olle, M., Vagen, I.M., Rabante, L., Fernandez, J., Ntatsi, G., Balliu, A., Rewald, B. (2018) Trait identification of faba bean ideotypes for Northern European environments. European Journal of Agronomy, 96:1-12. DOI:10.1016/j.eja.2018.02.008

45) Zhao, J., Sykacek, P., Bodner, G. & Rewald, B. (2018) Root traits of European Vicia faba cultivars – Using machine learning to explore adaptations to agro-climatic conditions. Plant Cell & Environment, early view. DOI:10.1111/pce.13062    PDF

44) Zhao, J., Rewald, B., Lazarovitch, N. & Rachmilevitch, S. (2017) Plasticity of biomass allometry and root traits of two tomato cultivars under deficitirrigation × chemically-induced drought hardening by Paclobutrazol. Irrigation Science, 35(6):501-504. DOI:10.1007/s00271-017-0554-8     PDF     SUPPLEMENT

43) Assefa, D., Rewald, B., Sandén, H. & Godbold, D.L. (2017) Fine root dynamics in Afromontane forest and adjacent land uses in the northwest Ethiopian highlands. Forests, 8(7):249. DOI:10.3390/f8070249   PDF

42) Rewald, B. (Ed.) (2017) 2. Student Conference, Department of Forest and Soil Sciences, 2017 - Book of Abstracts. Universität für Bodenkultur, Wien, Austria. 62 p.  ISBN:978-3-900932-50-3    PDF

41) Assefa, D., Godbold, D.L., Belay, B., Abiyu, A. & Rewald B (2018) 10.1007/s10021-017-0163-7    PDF

40) Assefa, D., Rewald, B., Sandén, H., Rosinger, C., Abiyu, A., Yitaferu, B. & Godbold, D.L. (2017)10.1016/j.catena.2017.02.003   PDF   SUPPLEMENT

39) Zhao, J., Bodner, G., Rewald, B., Leitner, D., Nagel, K. & Nakhforoosh, A. (2017) Root architecture simulation improves the inference from seedling root phenotyping towards mature root systemsJournal of Experimental Botany, 68(5):965-982. DOI:10.1093/jxb/erw494   SUPPLEMENT1   SUPPLEMENT2

38) Zhao, J., Bodner, G. & Rewald, B. (2016) Phenotyping: Using machine learning approaches for root trait selection and genotype classification. Frontiers in Plant Science, 7:1864. DOI:10.3389/fpls.2016.01864    PDF   SUPPLEMENT

37) Pal, S., Zhao, J., Khan, A., Yadav, N.S., Batushansky, A., Barak, S., Rewald, B., Fait, A., Lazarovitch, N. & Rachmilevitch, S. (2016) Paclobutrazol induces tolerance in tomato to deficit irrigation through diversified effect on plant morphology, physiology and metabolism. Scientific Reports, 6:39321. DOI:10.1038/srep39321   PDF

36) Mayer, M., Sandén, H., Rewald, B.Godbold, D.L. & Katzensteiner, K. (2017) Increase in heterotrophic soil respiration by temperature drives decline in soil organic carbon stocks after forest windthrow in a mountainous ecosystem. Functional Ecology, 31:1163-1172. DOI:10.1111/1365-2435.12805   PDF   PDF Corrigendum

35) Otsunguren, B., Rewald, B., Godbold, D.L. & Göransson, H. (2016) Ectomycorrhizal inoculation of Populus nigra modifies the response of absorptive root respiration and root surface enzyme activity to salinity stress. Flora, 224:123-129.  DOI:10.1016/j.flora.2016.07.016    PDF

34) Rewald, B. (Ed.) (2016) 1. Student Conference, Department of Forest and Soil Sciences, 2016 - Book of Abstracts. Universität für Bodenkultur, Wien, Austria. 92 p.  ISBN:978-3-900932-37-4    PDF

33) Shelef, O., Pongrac, P., Pelicon, P., Vavpetič, P., Kelemen, M., Seifan, M., Rewald, B. & Rachmilevitch, S. (2016) Insights into root structure and function of Bassia indica: water redistribution and element dispersion. Functional Plant Biology, 43:620-631.  DOI:10.1071/FP16057    PDF

32) Balliu, A., Sallaku, G. & Rewald, B. (2015) AMF Inoculation Enhances Growth and Improves the Nutrient Uptake Rates of Transplanted, Salt-Stressed Tomato SeedlingsSustainability, 7(12):15967-15981 DOI:10.3390/su71215799    PDF

31) Gaupp-Berghausen, M., Hofer, M., Rewald, B., Zaller, H. (2015) Glyphosate-based herbicides reduce the activity and reproduction of earthworms and lead to increased soil nutrient concentrations. Scientific Reports, 5:12886.  DOI:10.1038/srep12886    PDF

30) Rewald, B.Holzer, L. & Göransson, H. (2015) Arbuscular mycorrhiza inoculum reduces root respiration and improves biomass accumulation of salt-stressed Ulmus glabra seedlings. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 14(2):432-437.  DOI:10.1016/j.ufug.2015.04.011    PDF

29) McCormack, M.L., Dickie, I.A., Eissenstat, D.M., Fahey, T.J., Fernandez, C.W., Guo, D., Helmisaari, H.S., Hobbie, E.A., Iversen, C.M., Jackson, R.B., Leppälammi-Kujansuu, J., Norby, R.J., Phillips, R.P., Pregitzer, K.S., Pritchard, S.G., Rewald, B. & Zadworny, M. (2015) Redefining fine roots improves understanding of belowground contributions to terrestrial biosphere processesNew Phytologist, 207(3):505-518.  DOI:10.1111/nph.13363    PDF

28) Rewald, B., Kunze, M.E. & Godbold, D.L. (2016) NH4:NO3 nutrition influence on biomass productivity and root respiration of poplar and willow clones. GCB - Bioenergy, 8:(1):51-58.  DOI:10.1111/gcbb.12224    PDF

27) Rewald, B., Falik, O., Godbold, D.L. & Rachmilevitch, S. (Eds.) (2014) Ecophysiology of root systems-environment interactions. Frontiers research topics - Frontiers in Plant Science. Frontiers Media S.A., Lausanne, Switzerland. 317 p.  DOI:10.3389/978-2-88919-285-4    PDF

26) Rewald, B., Rechenmacher, A. & Godbold, D.L. (2014) It’s complicated – Variability of root respiration and morphological traits in four deciduous tree species Plant Physiology, 166(2):736-745.  DOI:10.​1104/​pp.​114.240267     PDF     SUPPLEMENT

25) Rewald, B., Godbold, D.L., Falik, O. & Rachmilevitch, S. (2014) Root and rhizosphere processes – high time to dig deeper. Frontiers in Plant Science, 5:278. DOI:10.3389/fpls.2014.00278     PDF

24) Mayer, F., Göransson, H., Mayer, M. & Rewald, B. (2014) Veränderung des Bodenkohlenstoffhaushaltes in subarktischen Birkenwäldern durch verstärkten Insektenbefall. In: Dürrstein, H. & Siegele, P. (Eds.) Gemeinsam für nachhaltige Entwicklung. Zukunftsvisionen von Schüler/innen und Wissenschaftler/innen. Eine Initiative des BMWF 2013. StudienVerlag, Innsbruck, Austria. p. 106-111.  ISBN:978-3-7065-5325-4 

23) Scheder, S., Göransson, H. & Rewald, B. (2014) Salzstress am Balkan. In: Dürrstein, H. & Siegele, P. (Eds.) Gemeinsam für nachhaltige Entwicklung. Zukunftsvisionen von Schüler/innen und Wissenschaftler/innen. Eine Initiative des BMWF 2013. StudienVerlag, Innsbruck, Austria. p. 120-127.  ISBN:978-3-7065-5325-4 

22) Lee, C., Veliyath-Koowakaden, R., Göransson, H. & Rewald, B. (2014) Pilz- und Baumartendiversität - Ist unser Wald nachhaltig genug? In: Dürrstein, H. & Siegele, P. (Eds.) Gemeinsam für nachhaltige Entwicklung. Zukunftsvisionen von Schüler/innen und Wissenschaftler/innen. Eine Initiative des BMWF 2013. StudienVerlag, Innsbruck, Austria. p. 200-207.  ISBN:978-3-7065-5325-4

21) Vigl, F. & Rewald, B. (2014) Size matters? - The diverging influence of cutting length on growth and allometry of two Salicaceae clones. Biomass & Bioenergy, 60:130-136. DOI:10.1016/j.biombioe.2013.11.020    PDF

20) Rewald, B. & Meinen, C. (2013) Plant roots and spectroscopic methods – analysing species, biomass and vitalityFrontiers in Plant Science, 4:393. DOI:10.3389/fpls.2013.00393    PDF

19) Hill, A., Rewald, B. & Rachmilevitch, S. (2013) Belowground dynamics in two olive varieties as affected by saline irrigation. Scientia Horticulturae, 162: 313-319. DOI:10.1016/j.scienta.2013.08.032    PDF

18) Maeght, J.L., Rewald, B. & Pierret, A. (2013) How to study deep roots - and why it mattersFrontiers in Plant Science, 4:299.  DOI:10.3389/fpls.2013.00299    PDF

17) Rewald, B. & Ephrath, J.E. (2013) Minirhizotron techniques. Chapter 42. In: Eshel, A. & Beeckman, T. (Eds.) Plant roots: The hidden half. 4th edition. CRC Press, New York, USA.  ISBN:978-1-4398-4648-3 /  DOI:10.1201/b14500-50    PDF

16) Rewald, B., Shelef, O., Ephrath, J.E. & Rachmilevitch, S. (2012) Adaptive plasticity of salt-stressed root systems. Chapter 6. In: Ahmad, P., Azooz, M.M. & Prasad, M.N.V. (Eds.) Ecophysiology and responses of plants under salt stress. Springer, New York, USA. pp. 169-202.  DOI:10.1007/978-1-4614-4747-4_6     PDF

15) Hurt, J., Kretschmer, J., Göransson, H. & Rewald, B. (2012) Salinization of agricultural soils - Causes and consequencesIn: Dürrstein, H. (Ed.) Forschung für nachhaltige Entwicklung. Wissenschaftler/innen und Jugendliche ziehen Bilanz. Eine Initiative des BMWF anlässlich des Jubiläumsjahres Rio+20StudienVerlag, Innsbruck, Austria. p.142-146. ISBN:978-3-7065-5257-8

14) Parukannil, G., Staudinger, N., Göransson, H. & Rewald, B. (2012The green lung: Sustainable development of urban roadside trees. In: Dürrstein, H. (Ed.) Forschung für nachhaltige Entwicklung. Wissenschaftler/innen und Jugendliche ziehen Bilanz. Eine Initiative des BMWF anlässlich des Jubiläumsjahres Rio+20StudienVerlag, Innsbruck, Austria. p. 168-173. ISBN:978-3-7065-5257-8

13) Rewald, B., Eppel, A., Shelef, O., Hill, A., Degu, A., Friedjung, A. & Rachmilevitch, S. (2012) Hot desert environments. Chapter 11. In: Bell, E. (Ed.) Life at extremes - Environments, organisms and strategies for survival. CABI, Wallingford, UK. pp. 196-218.  DOI:10.1079/9781845938147.0196    PDF
12) Rewald, B., Meinen, C., Trockenbrodt, M., Ephrath, J.E. & Rachmilevitch, S. (2012) Root taxa identification in plant mixtures – Current techniques and future challenges. Plant and Soil, 359:165-182.  DOI:10.1007/s11104-012-1164-0    PDF
11) Rewald, B., Raveh, E., Gendler, T., Ephrath, J.E. & Rachmilevitch, S. (2012) Phenotypic plasticity and water flux rates of Citrus root orders under salinity. Journal of Experimental Botany, 63:2717-2727.  DOI:10.1093/jxb/err457    PDF
10) McCue, M.D., Smith, A., McKinney, R., Rewald, B., Pinshow, B. & McWilliams, S.R. (2011) A mass balance approach to identify and compare differential routing of 13C-labeled carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins in vivo. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology.  DOI:10.1086/661638     PDF

9) Rewald, B., Rachmilevitch, S. & Ephrath, J.E. (2011) Salt stress effects on root systems of two mature olive cultivars. Acta Horticulturae.    PDF

8) Rewald, B., Rachmilevitch, S., McCue, M.D. & Ephrath, J.E. (2011) Influence of saline drip-irrigation on fine root and sap-flow densities of two mature olive varieties. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 72:107-114.  DOI:10.1016/j.envexpbot.2010.12.018    PDF
7) Rewald, B., Michopoulos, P., Dalsgaard, L., Jones, D.L. & Godbold, D.L. (2011) Hydrological effects on below ground processes in temperate and Mediterranean forests. In: Bredemeier, M., Cohen, S., Godbold, D.L., Lode, E., Pichler, V. & Schleppi, P. (Eds.) Forest management and the water cycle: An ecosystem-based approach. Ecological Studies 212. Springer, Berlin, Germany. pp. 5-29.  DOI:10.1007/978-90-481-9834-4_2    PDF
6) Rewald, B., Ephrath, J.E. & Rachmilevitch, S. (2011) A root is a root is a root? – Water uptake rates of Citrus root orders. Plant, Cell & Environment.  DOI:10.1111/j.1365-3040.2010.02223.x    PDF
5) Rewald, B., Leuschner, C., Wiesman, Z. & Ephrath, J.E. (2011) Influence of salinity on root hydraulic properties of three olive varieties. Plant Biosystems. DOI:10.1080/11263504.2010.514130    PDF
4) Shelef, O., Lazarovitch, N., Rewald, B., Golan-Goldhirsh, A. & Rachmilevitch, S. (2010) Root halotropism? Salinity effects on Bassia indica roots. Plant Biosystems. DOI:10.1080/11263501003732001    PDF
3) Rewald, B. & Leuschner, C. (2009) Belowground competition in a broad-leaved temperate mixed forest: pattern analysis and experiments in a four species stand. European Journal of Forest Research. DOI:10.1007/s10342-009-0276-4    PDF
2) Rewald, B. & Leuschner, C. (2009) Does root competition asymmetry increase with water availability? Plant Ecology & Diversity.  DOI:10.1080/17550870903022865    PDF
1) Rewald, B. (2008) Impact of climate change-induced drought on tree root hydraulic properties and competition belowground. PhD thesis. University of Göttingen, Germany.    PDF

Rewald, B. in bold = First, senior and/or corresponding author.

Submitted / In preparation

Karkanis, A. et al. Revealing new germplasm and agronomy features of faba bean to improve the European cropping systems. Submitted. 

Salahuddin, Razaq M, Lixue Y, Rewald B, Li J & Khan F. Plasticity of architectural, morphological and physiological root traits under intra-vs. interspecific competition. Submitted.

Balliu, A., Babaj, I., Sallaku, G., Krasniqi, P., Kaciu, S., Göransson, H. & Rewald, B. The effects of grafting and endogenous mycorrhiza application on chemical composition and stand establishment rate of salt-stressed cucumber (Cucumis sativum L.) seedlings. Submitted.

Göransson, H., Mayer, M., Nilsson, L.O., Stark, S., Lehtinen, T. & Rewald, B. Effects of geometrid moth attacks on belowground processes in sub-artic birch forests

Rewald, B., McCormack, M.L., Rachmilevitch, S., et al. Dead or alive? – Methods and criteria indicating root vitality. 

Göransson, H., Rewald, B., et al. Root type determines root segment plasticity under changing environments. 

Pröll, G., Göransson, H., Rewald, B. & Katzensteiner, K. Substrate effects on biomass allocation and root morphological parameters of seedlings are species-specific. Internal revision.

Leuschner, C. & Rewald, B. Drought-induced changes in axial conductivity and vulnerability to embolism in roots of two broad-leaved tree species with contrasting drought-tolerance. Internal revision.

Rewald, B., Leuschner, C. & Hertel, D. Influence of drought stress on root biomass and turnover rate of Fagus sylvatica and Quercus petraea saplings and mature trees.