Sofia J.
van Moorsel



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12van Moorsel, S.J. The importance of intraspecific diversity on duckweed growth with and without salt stress. preprint (in review)

11 Schmid, M.W.°, van Moorsel, S.J.°, Hahl, T., De Luca, E., Wagg, C., De Deyn, G.B., Niklaus, P. & Schmid, B. 2021. Effects of plant community history, soil legacy and plant diversity on soil microbial communities. Journal of Ecology, 109(8):3007-3023 (open access)
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The data to this paper are publicly available on Zenodo (DOI:10.5281/zenodo.4596692) and SRA (accession PRJNA639013).

10 van Moorsel, S.J., Marleau, J.N., Negrin Dastis J.O., Bazerghi, C., Fugère V., Petchey, O.L. & Gonzalez, A. 2021. Prior exposure to stress prevents the loss of an ecosystem cycle during acidification. Oikos, 130(7):1062-1073
The data to this paper are publicly available here.

9 van Moorsel, S.J. 2021. Born with a silver spoon: Dandelion parents’ life experiences affect the lives and afterlives of their offspring. New Phytologist, 229(6):043-3047 (open access)

8 van Moorsel, S.J., Hahl, T., Petchey, O.L., Ebeling A., Eisenhauer, N., Schmid, B. & Wagg, C. 2020. Co-occurrence history increases ecosystem stability and resilience in experimental plant communities. Ecology, 102(1):e03205
The data to this paper are publicly available here.

7 Hahl, T.°, van Moorsel, S.J.°, Schmid, M.W., Zuppinger-Dingley, D., Schmid, B. & Wagg, C. 2019. Plant responses to diversity-driven selection and associated rhizosphere microbial communities. Functional Ecology 34(3):707–722
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6 van Moorsel, S.J.°, Schmid, M.W.°, Wagemaker, C.A.M., van Gurp T., Schmid, B. & Vergeer, P. 2019. Evidence for rapid evolution in a grassland biodiversity experiment. Molecular Ecology 28:4097–4117
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5 Schmid, M.W.°, Hahl, T.°, van Moorsel, S.J.°, Wagg, C., De Deyn, G.B. & Schmid, B. 2019. Feedbacks of plant identity and diversity on the diversity and community composition of rhizosphere microbiomes from a long-term biodiversity experiment. Molecular Ecology 28:863–878
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4 van Moorsel, S.J., Schmid, M.W., Hahl, T., Zuppinger-Dingley, D. & Schmid, B. 2018. Selection in response to community diversity alters plant performance and functional traits. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 33:51–61

3 van Moorsel, S.J.°, Hahl, T.°, Wagg, C., De Deyn, G.B., Flynn, D.F.B, Zuppinger-Dingley, D. & Schmid, B. 2018. Community evolution increases plant productivity at low diversity. Ecology Letters 21:128–137.
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2 Yamasaki, E., Altermatt, F., Cavender-Bares, J., Schuman, M.C., Zuppinger-Dingley, D., Garonna, I., Schneider, F., Guillen, C., van Moorsel, S.J., Hahl, T., Schmid, B., Schaepman-Strub, G., Schaepman, M.E. & Shimizu, K.K. 2017. Genomics meets remote sensing in global change studies: monitoring and predicting phenology, evolution and biodiversity. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 29:177–186.

1 Svercel, M., Saladin, B., van Moorsel, S.J., Wolf, S. & Bagheri, H.C. 2011. Antagonistic interactions between filamentous heterotrophs and the cyanobacterium Nostoc muscorum. BMC research notes 4:357.

Other publications

2 van Moorsel, S.J. 2018. Personal Profile. New Phytologist 217:993–994.

1 van Moorsel, S.J. 2017. PhD Thesis: University of Zurich
Community Evolution increases Ecosystem Functioning and Stability