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Полное названиеEcology Letters
СтатусИздаётся
Дата образования1998 (20 лет)
ИздательствоWiley-Blackwell
Язык изданияАнглийский
Главный редакторCoulson T.
Мониторинг1998-2014 включительно
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Лента новых публикаций
  1. Rosas-Guerrero V. и др. A quantitative review of pollination syndromes: do floral traits predict effective pollinators? // Ecology Letters. 2014. V. 17. No. 3. P. 388–400. AID: 6545454434.
  2. Miyazaki Y. и др. Nitrogen as a key regulator of flowering in Fagus crenata: understanding the physiological mechanism of masting by gene expression analysis // Ecology Letters. 2014. V. 17. No. 10. P. 1299–1309. AID: 8765454433.
  3. Lever J.J. и др. The sudden collapse of pollinator communities // Ecology Letters. 2014. V. 17. No. 3. P. 350–359. AID: 6534234322.
  4. Clough Y. и др. Density of insect‐pollinated grassland plants decreases with increasing surrounding land‐use intensity // Ecology Letters. 2014. V. 17. No. 9. P. 1168–1177. AID: 6534355565.
  5. Wagner M.R. и др. Natural soil microbes alter flowering phenology and the intensity of selection on flowering time in a wild Arabidopsis relative // Ecology Letters. 2014. V. 17. No. 6. P. 717–726. AID: 7676765543.
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Сводная таблица наукометрических показателей
Показатель Значение Min Max Av
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Место
из 201
Число публикаций 54 1 9.94 98% 5
Среднее число публикаций в год

3,86

1 1.39 98% 6
Число публикаций за последние 5 лет 0 0 1,42 100% 191
Импакт фактор 2012 0 0 0 100% 216
Импакт фактор 2013 0,2 0 0.208 81% 42
Импакт фактор 2014 0,2 0 0.161 85% 35
Импакт фактор 2015 0 0 0 100% 216
Импакт фактор 2016 0 0 0 100% 216
Суммарный APRm публикаций 150 0 36.05 93.53% 20
Суммарный APRm нормированный публикаций 11 0 24.11 88.06% 28
Средний APRm публикаций 3 0 10.35 88.56% 28
Средний APRm нормированный публикаций 0,22 0 8.59 88.06% 28
Число авторов публикаций журнала 264 0 28.58 99% 3

Публикации (54)

  1. Gómez J.M. и др. Local adaptation and maladaptation to pollinators in a generalist geographic mosaic // Ecology Letters. 2009. V. 12. P. 672–682. AID: 7678124788.
  2. Mondor E.B., Addicott J.F. Conspicuous Extra-floral Nectaries are Inducible in Vicia faba // Ecology Letters. 2003. V. 6. No. 6. P. 495–497. AID: 8898990909.
  3. Adler L.S. и др. Reliance on pollinators predicts defensive chemistry across tobacco species // Ecology Letters. 2012. V. 15. No. 10. P. 1140–1148. AID: 6545444343.
  4. Rosas-Guerrero V. и др. A quantitative review of pollination syndromes: do floral traits predict effective pollinators? // Ecology Letters. 2014. V. 17. No. 3. P. 388–400. AID: 6545454434.
  5. Aguilar R. и др. Plant reproductive susceptibility to habitat fragmentation: review and synthesis through a meta‐analysis // Ecology Letters. 2006. V. 9. No. 8. P. 968–980. AID: 7678110788.
  6. Carvalheiro L.G. и др. Species richness declines and biotic homogenisation have slowed down for NW‐European pollinators and plants // Ecology Letters. 2013. V. 16. No. 7. P. 870–878. AID: 8483767777.
  7. Dufaÿ M., Hossaert-McKey M., Anstett C.M. When Leaves Act Like Flowers: How Dwarf Palms Attract their Pollinators // Ecology Letters. 2003. V. 6. No. 1. P. 28–34. AID: 7667898898.
  8. Devoto M. и др. Understanding and Planning Ecological Restoration of Plant-pollinator Networks // Ecology Letters. 2012. V. 15. No. 4. P. 319–328. AID: 0000600190.
  9. Carvalheiro L.G. и др. The potential for indirect effects between co‐flowering plants via shared pollinators depends on resource abundance, accessibility and relatedness // Ecology Letters. 2014. V. 17. No. 11. P. 1389–1399. AID: 8765656554.
  10. Kessler D. и др. Petunia flowers solve the defence/apparency dilemma of pollinator attraction by deploying complex floral blends // Ecology Letters. 2013. V. 16. No. 3. P. 299–306. AID: 5433332323.
  11. Banta J.A. и др. Climate envelope modelling reveals intraspecific relationships among flowering phenology, niche breadth and potential range size in Arabidopsis thaliana // Ecology Letters. 2012. V. 15. P. 769–777. AID: 7678867883.
  12. Bartomeus I. и др. Biodiversity ensures plant–pollinator phenological synchrony against climate change // Ecology Letters. 2013. V. 16. No. 11. P. 1331–1338. AID: 8938762534.
  13. Fortuna M.A. и др. Spatial mating networks in insect-pollinated plants // Ecology Letters. 2008. V. 11. P. 490–498. AID: 7678120788.
  14. Joppa L.N. и др. Reciprocal specialization in ecological networks // Ecology Letters. 2009. V. 12. P. 961–969. AID: 7678639888.
  15. Fortuna M.A., Bascompte J. Habitat loss and the structure of plant–animal mutualistic networks // Ecology Letters. 2006. V. 9. No. 3. P. 281–286. AID: 7678109788.
  16. Lever J.J. и др. The sudden collapse of pollinator communities // Ecology Letters. 2014. V. 17. No. 3. P. 350–359. AID: 6534234322.
  17. Clough Y. и др. Density of insect‐pollinated grassland plants decreases with increasing surrounding land‐use intensity // Ecology Letters. 2014. V. 17. No. 9. P. 1168–1177. AID: 6534355565.
  18. Zangerl A.R. и др. Fathers, fruits and photosynthesis: pollen donor effects on fruit photosynthesis in wild parsnip // Ecology Letters. 2003. V. 6. P. 966–970. AID: 8788787877.
  19. Hegland S.J. и др. How does climate warming affect plant‐pollinator interactions? // Ecology Letters. 2009. V. 12. No. 2. P. 184–195. AID: 7678121788.
  20. Ricketts T.H. и др. Landscape Effects on Crop Pollination Services: are There General Patterns? // Ecology Letters. 2008. Т. 11. № 5. С. 499–515. AID: 7864565234.
  21. Kennedy C.M. и др. A global quantitative synthesis of local and landscape effects on wild bee pollinators in agroecosystems // Ecology Letters. 2013. V. 16. No. 5. P. 584–599. AID: 3232222121.
  22. Garibaldi L.A. и др. Stability of pollination services decreases with isolation from natural areas despite honey bee visits // Ecology Letters. 2011. V. 14. No. 10. P. 1062–1072. AID: 7678135788.
  23. Bosch J. и др. Plant–pollinator Networks: Adding the Pollinator's Perspective // Ecology Letters. 2009. V. 12. No. 5. P. 409–419. AID: 7678122788.
  24. Kremen C. и др. The area requirements of an ecosystem service: crop pollination by native bee communities in California // Ecology Letters. 2004. V. 7. P. 1109–1119. AID: 9888889898.
  25. Kaiser-Bunbury C.N. и др. The robustness of pollination networks to the loss of species and interactions: a quantitative approach incorporating pollinator behaviour // Ecology Letters. 2010. V. 13. No. 4. P. 442–452. AID: 7678127788.
  26. Wright S.J., Calderón O. Seasonal, El Niño and longer term changes in flower and seed production in a moist tropical forest // Ecology Letters. 2006. V. 9. No. 1. P. 35–44. AID: 7678108788.
  27. Cesaro A.C., Thompson J.D. Darwin’s Cross-promotion Hypothesis and the Evolution of Stylar Polymorphism // Ecology Letters. 2004. V. 7. No. 12. P. 1209–1215. AID: 3222225512.
  1. Miyazaki Y. и др. Nitrogen as a key regulator of flowering in Fagus crenata: understanding the physiological mechanism of masting by gene expression analysis // Ecology Letters. 2014. V. 17. No. 10. P. 1299–1309. AID: 8765454433.
  2. Wagner M.R. и др. Natural soil microbes alter flowering phenology and the intensity of selection on flowering time in a wild Arabidopsis relative // Ecology Letters. 2014. V. 17. No. 6. P. 717–726. AID: 7676765543.
  3. Memmott J. и др. Global warming and the disruption of plant–pollinator interactions // Ecology Letters. 2007. V. 10. P. 710–717. AID: 7678117788.
  4. Crone E.E., Miller E., Sala A. How Do Plants Know when Other Plants are Flowering? Resource Depletion, Pollen Limitation and Mast-seeding in a Perennial Wildflower // Ecology Letters. 2009. V. 12. No. 11. P. 1119–1126. AID: 3456374867.
  5. Vrieling K. и др. Direct and indirect estimates of the selfing rate in small and large individuals of the bumblebee pollinated Cynoglossum officinale L (Boraginaceae) // Ecology Letters. 1999. V. 2. No. 5. P. 331–337. AID: 9989898888.
  6. Munguía-Rosas M.A. и др. Meta-analysis of phenotypic selection on flowering phenology suggests that early flowering plants are favoured // Ecology Letters. 2011. V. 14. No. 5. P. 511–521. AID: 7678131788.
  7. Fründ J., Dormann C.F., Tscharntke T. Linné's floral clock is slow without pollinators—flower closure and plant-pollinator interaction webs // Ecology Letters. 2011. V. 14. No. 9. P. 896–904. AID: 7678134788.
  8. Winfree R. и др. Native bees provide insurance against ongoing honey bee losses // Ecology Letters. 2007. V. 10. No. 11. P. 1105–1113. AID: 7678118788.
  9. Gegear R.J., Manson J.S., Thomson J.D. Ecological context influences pollinator deterrence by alkaloids in floral nectar // Ecology Letters. 2007. V. 10. No. 5. P. 375–382. AID: 7678115788.
  10. Hoover S.E. и др. Warming, CO2, and nitrogen deposition interactively affect a plant-pollinator mutualism // Ecology Letters. 2012. V. 15. No. 3. P. 227–234. AID: 7678136788.
  11. Goto R. и др. Selective flower abortion maintains moth cooperation in a newly discovered pollination mutualism // Ecology Letters. 2010. V. 13. No. 3. P. 321–329. AID: 7678126788.
  12. Griffin P.C., Willi Y. Evolutionary shifts to self‐fertilisation restricted to geographic range margins in North American Arabidopsis lyrata // Ecology Letters. 2014. V. 17. No. 4. P. 484–490. AID: 6534234423.
  13. Guimarães Jr. P.R., Jordano P., Thompson J.N. Evolution and coevolution in mutualistic networks // Ecology Letters. 2011. V. 14. No. 9. P. 877–885. AID: 7678133788.
  14. Lopezaraiza-Mikel M.E. и др. The impact of an alien plant on a native plant– pollinator network: an experimental approach // Ecology Letters. 2007. V. 10. P. 539–550. AID: 7678116788.
  15. Scheper J. и др. Environmental factors driving the effectiveness of European agri‐environmental measures in mitigating pollinator loss – a meta‐analysis // Ecology Letters. 2013. Т. 16. № 7. С. 912–920. AID: 6453424333.
  16. Zhang F., Hui C., Terblanche J.S. An interaction switch predicts the nested architecture of mutualistic networks // Ecology Letters. 2011. V. 14. No. 8. P. 797–803. AID: 7678132788.
  17. Humeau L., Thompson J.D. The allometry of flower size dimorphism in dioecious Dombeya species on La Réunion // Ecology Letters. 2001. V. 4. P. 221–228. AID: 9988776767.
  18. Ives A.R., Rafferty N.E. Effects of experimental shifts in flowering phenology on plant–pollinator interactions // Ecology Letters. 2011. V. 14. No. 1. P. 69–74. AID: 7678130788.
  19. Kjellberg F., Jousselin E. The functional implications of active and passive pollination in dioecious figs // Ecology Letters. 2001. V. 4. No. 2. P. 151–158. AID: 0090998767.
  20. Morales C.L., Traveset A. A meta-analysis of impacts of alien vs. native plants on pollinator visitation and reproductive success of co-flowering native plants // Ecology Letters. 2009. V. 12. P. 716–728. AID: 7678123788.
  21. Richter K.S., Weis A.E. Inbreeding and Outcrossing in Yucca whipplei: Consequences for the Reproductive Success of Plant and Pollinator // Ecology Letters. 1998. V. 1. No. 1. P. 21–24. AID: 1234546545.
  22. Yang L.H., Rudolf V.H.W. Phenology, ontogeny and the effects of climate change on the timing of species interactions // Ecology Letters. 2010. V. 13. No. 1. P. 1–10. AID: 7678125788.
  23. Runquist R.B., Stanton M.L. Asymmetric and frequency‐dependent pollinator‐mediated interactions may influence competitive displacement in two vernal pool plants // Ecology Letters. 2013. V. 16. No. 2. P. 183–190. AID: 3425342599.
  24. Schiestl F.P. The evolution of floral scent and insect chemical communication // Ecology Letters. 2010. V. 13. No. 5. P. 643–656. AID: 7678128788.
  25. Westphal C., Steffan-Dewenter I., Tscharntke T. Mass Flowering Crops Enhance Pollinator Densities at a Landscape Scale // Ecology Letters. 2003. V. 6. No. 11. P. 961–965. AID: 6676778787.
  26. Suttle K.B. Pollinators as mediators of top‐down effects on plants // Ecology Letters. 2003. V. 6. No. 8. P. 688–694. AID: 0000000804.
  27. Vamosi J.C., Vamosi S.M. Key innovations within a geographical context in flowering plants: towards resolving Darwin’s abominable mystery // Ecology Letters. 2010. V. 13. No. 10. P. 1270–1279. AID: 7678129788.