Items where Author is "Armbruster, G. F. J."
Number of items: 8.
Steiner, B. L. and Armbruster, G. F. J. and Scheepens, J. F. and Stöcklin, J.. (2012) Distribution of bulbil- and seed producing plants of Poa alpine (Poaceae) and their growth and reproduction in common gardens suggest adaptation to different elevations. American journal of botany, Vol. 99, Nr. 12. S. 2035-2044.
Frei, Eva S. and Scheepens, J. F. and Armbruster, G. F. J. and Stöcklin, Jürg. (2012) Phenotypic differentiation in a common garden reflects the phylogeography of a widespread Alpine plant. Journal of ecology, Vol. 100, H. 2. S. 297-308.
Scheepens, J. F. and Frei, E. S. and Armbruster, G. F. J. and Stöcklin, J.. (2012) Pollen dispersal within and into a population of the alpine monocarpic plant Campanula thyrsoides. Annals of botany, Vol. 110, H. 7. S. 1489-1501.
Armbruster, G. F. J. and Schweizer, M. and Vogt, D. R.. (2011) A database on visible diurnal spring migration of birds (Central Europe: Lake Constance). Ecology, Vol. 92, Nr. 9. S. 1865.
Kuss, P. and Armbruster, G. F. J. and Ægisdóttir, H. H. and Scheepens, J. F. and Stöcklin, Jürg. (2011) Spatial genetic structure of Campanula thyrsoides across the European Alps : indications for glaciation-driven allopatric subspeciation. Perspectives in plant ecology, evolution and systematics, Vol. 13. S. 101-110.
Ursenbacher, S. and Alvarez, C. and Armbruster, G. F. J. and Baur, B.. (2010) High population differentiation in the rock dwelling land snail (Trochulus caelatus) endemic to the Swiss Jura Mountains. Conservation genetics, Vol. 11, H. 4. S. 1265-1271.
Beese, K. and Armbruster, G. F. J. and Beier, K. and Baur, Bruno. (2009) Evolution of female sperm storage organs in the carrefour of sylommatophoran gastropods. Journal of zoological systematics and evolutionary research = Zeitschrift für zoologische Systematik und Evolutionsforschung, Bd. 47. S. 49-60.
Armbruster, G. F. J. and Koller, B. and Baur, B.. (2005) Foot mucus and periostracum fraction as non-destructive source of DNA in the land snail Arianta arbustorum, and the development of new microsatellite loci. Conservation genetics, Vol. 6, H. 2. S. 313-316.