of the Department of Ecology


Bodoor, K., Lontay, B., Safi, R., Weitzel, D.H., Loiselle, D., Wei, Z., Lengyel, S., McDonnell, D.P., Haystead, T.A., 2011. Smoothelin-like 1 protein is a bifunctional regulator of the progesterone receptor during pregnancy. Journal of Biological Chemistry 286, 31839-31851.

Borics, G., Abonyi, A., Krasznai, E., Várbíró, G., Grigorszky, I., Szabó, S., Deák, C., Tóthmérész, B., 2011. Small-scale patchiness of the phytoplankton in a lentic oxbow. Journal of Plankton Research 33, 973-981.

Deák, B., Valkó, O., Kelemen, A., Török, P., Miglécz, T., Ölvedi, T., Lengyel, S., Tóthmérész, B., 2011. Litter and graminoid biomass accumulation suppresses weedy forbs in grassland restoration. Plant Biosystems 145, 730-737.

Déri, E., Magura, T., Horváth, R., Kisfali, M., Ruff, G., Lengyel, S., Tóthmérész, B., 2011. Measuring the short-term success of grassland restoration: The use of habitat affinity indices in ecological restoration. Restoration Ecology 19, 520-528.

Koncz, G., Török, P., Papp, M., Matus, G., Tóthmérész, B., 2011. Penetration of weeds into the herbaceous understorey and soil seed bank of a Turkey oak-sessile oak forest in Hungary. Community Ecology 12, 227-233.

László, Z., Tóthmérész, B., 2011. High host plant aggregation involves uniform gall distribution and high prevalence: the case of wild roses and Bedeguar gall wasps (Diplolepis rosae). North-Western Journal of Zoology 7, 112-117.

László, Z., Tóthmérész, B., 2011. Parasitoids of the bedeguar gall (Diplolepis rosae): Effect of host scale on density and prevalence. Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 57, 219-232.

László, Z., Tóthmérész, B., 2011. Parasitism, phenology and sex ratio in galls of Diplolepis rosae in the Eastern Carpathian Basin. Entomologica romanica 16, 33-38.

Lukács, B., Dévai, G., Tóthmérész, B., 2011. Small scale macrophyte–environment relationship in an oxbow-lake of the Upper-Tisza valley (Hungary). Community Ecology 12, 259-263.

Málnás, K., Polyák, L., Prill, É., Hegedüs, R., Kriska, G., Dévai, G., Horváth, G., Lengyel, S., 2011. Bridges as optical barriers and population disruptors for the mayfly Palingenia longicauda: an overlooked threat to freshwater biodiversity? Journal of Insect Conservation DOI 10.1007/s10841-011-9380-0

Rákosi, K., Szolomájer-Csikós, O., Kalmár, L., Szurmai, Z., Kerékgyártó, J., Tóth, K.G., 2011. Synthesis of N-glycopeptides Applying Glycoamino Acid Building Blocks with a Combined Fmoc/Boc Strategy. Protein & Peptide Letters 18, 1-5.

Rocchini, D., Hortal, J., Lengyel, S., Lobo, J.M., Jiménez-Valverde, A., Ricotta, C., Bacaro, G., Chiarucci, A., 2011. Accounting for uncertainty when mapping species distributions: The need for maps of ignorance. Progress in Physical Geography 35, 211-226.

Simon, E., Braun, M., Vidic, A., Bogyó, D., Fábián, I., Tóthmérész, B., 2011. Air pollution assessment based on elemental concentration of leaves tissue and foliage dust along an urbanization gradient in Vienna. Environmental Pollution 159, 1229-1233.

Simon, E., Puky, M., Braun, M., Tóthmérész, B., 2011. Frogs and toads as biological indicators in environmental assessment. In: Murray, J.L. (Ed.), Frogs: Biology, Ecology and Uses. Nova Science Publishers, New York, pp. 1-10.

Török, P., Kapocsi, I., Deák, B., 2011. Conservation and management of alkali grassland biodiversity in Central-Europe. In: Zhang, W.-J. (Ed.), Grasslands: Types, Biodiversity and Impacts. Nova Science Publishers, New York, pp. 1-13.

Török, P., Kelemen, A., Valkó, O., Deák, B., Lukács, B., Tóthmérész, B., 2011. Lucerne-dominated fields recover native grass diversity without intensive management actions. Journal of Applied Ecology 48, 257-264.

Török, P., Vida, E., Deák, B., Lengyel, S., Tóthmérész, B., 2011. Grassland restoration on former croplands in Europe: an assessment of applicability of techniques and costs. Biodiversity & Conservation 20, 2311-2332.

Valkó, O., Török, P., Tóthmérész, B., Matus, G., 2011. Restoration potential in seed banks of acidic fen and dry-mesophilous meadows: Can restoration be based on local seed banks? Restoration Ecology 19, 9-15.