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НазваниеOecologia
СтатусИздаётся
Дата основания1968 (50 лет)
ИздательствоSpringer Berlin Heidelberg
Периодичность16 выпусков в год
Язык изданияАнглийский
Главный редакторBallaré C.L., Brand R., Gross K.L., Monson R.K., Trexler J., Ylönen H.
ISSN0029-8549, 1432-1939
Мониторинг1-178.2
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Страна изданияГермания
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  1. Robinson A. et al. Multitrophic interactions mediate the effects of climate change on herbivore abundance // Oecologia. 2017. V. 185. No. 2. P. 181–190. AID: 7098987877.
  2. Bruckman D., Campbell D.R. Floral neighborhood influences pollinator assemblages and effective pollination in a native plant // Oecologia. 2014. V. 176. No. 2. P. 465–476. AID: 7566665656.
  3. Da Silva E.M. и др. Evidence for pollen limitation of a native plant in invaded communities // Oecologia. 2013. V. 172. No. 2. P. 469–476. AID: 6577744459.
  4. Grass I. et al. Additive effects of exotic plant abundance and land-use intensity on plant–pollinator interactions // Oecologia. 2013. V. 173. No. 3. P. 913–923. AID: 2534535555.
  5. Munguía-Rosas M.A., Abdala-Roberts L., Parra-Tabla V. Effects of pollen load, parasitoids and the environment on pre-dispersal seed predation in the cleistogamous Ruellia nudiflora // Oecologia. 2013. V. 173. No. 3. P. 871–880. AID: 1345335555.
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Сводная таблица наукометрических показателей
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Число публикаций 175 1 9.88 100% 2
Среднее число публикаций в год

3,89

1 1.38 98% 7
Число публикаций за последние 5 лет 1 0 1,38 100% 12
Импакт фактор 2012 0 0 0 100% 164
Импакт фактор 2013 0,25 0 0.194 85% 41
Импакт фактор 2014 0,286 0 0.147 88% 35
Импакт фактор 2015 0 0 0 100% 40
Импакт фактор 2016 0 0 0 100% 164
Суммарный APRm публикаций 0 0 35.02 89.8% 146
Суммарный APRm нормированный публикаций 0 0 24.05 89.8% 185
Средний APRm публикаций 0 0 10.81 89.8% 146
Средний APRm нормированный публикаций 0 0 9.07 89.8% 185
Число авторов публикаций журнала 335 0 27.9 99.59% 2

Публикации (175)

  1. Williams T.A., Abberton M.T. Earlier flowering between 1962 and 2002 in agricultural varieties of white clover // Oecologia. 2004. V. 138. No. 1. P. 122–126. AID: 5554877295.
  2. Munguía-Rosas M.A., Abdala-Roberts L., Parra-Tabla V. Effects of pollen load, parasitoids and the environment on pre-dispersal seed predation in the cleistogamous Ruellia nudiflora // Oecologia. 2013. V. 173. No. 3. P. 871–880. AID: 1345335555.
  3. Barber N.A., Adler L.S., Bernardo H.L. Effects of above- and belowground herbivory on growth, pollination, and reproduction in cucumber // Oecologia. 2011. V. 165. No. 2. P. 377–386. AID: 6574444431.
  4. Aker C.L. Spatial and Temporal Dispersion Patterns of Pollinators and their Relationship to the Flowering Strategy of Yucca whipplei (Agavaceae) // Oecologia. 1982. V. 54. P. 243–252. AID: 1277755055.
  5. Aker C.L., Udovic D. Oviposition and Pollination Behavior of the Yucca Moth, Tegeticula maculata (Lepidoptera: Prodoxidae), and its Relation to the Reproductive Biology of Yucca whipplei (Agavaceae) // Oecologia. 1981. V. 49. P. 96–101. AID: 1277755077.
  6. Ramos-Jiliberto R. et al. A network analysis of plant-pollinator interactions in temperate rain forests of Chiloé Island, Chile // Oecologia. 2009. V. 160. No. 4. P. 697–706. AID: 7678165788.
  7. Allen G.A., Antos J.A. Relative reproductive effort in males and females of the dioecious shrub Oemleria cerasiformis // Oecologia. 1988. V. 76. No. 1. P. 111–118. AID: 7678509888.
  8. Allison T.D. The influence of deer browsing on the reproductive biology of Canada yew (Taxus canadensis marsh.): II. Pollen limitation: an indirect effect // Oecologia. 1990. V. 83. No. 4. P. 530–534. AID: 7678529888.
  9. Dalsgaard B. et al. Plant–hummingbird interactions in the West Indies: floral specialisation gradients associated with environment and hummingbird size // Oecologia. 2009. V. 159. No. 4. P. 757–766. AID: 5554877158.
  10. Palmer M., Travis J., Antonovics J. Seasonal pollen flow and progeny diversity in Amianthium muscaetoxicum: ecological potential for multiple mating in a self-incompatible, hermaphroditic perennial // Oecologia. 1988. V. 77. No. 1. P. 19–24. AID: 7678467883.
  11. Palmer M., Travis J., Antonovics J. Temporal mechanisms influencing gender expression and pollen flow within a self-incompatible perennial, Amianthium muscaetoxicum (Liliaceae) // Oecologia. 1989. V. 78. No. 2. P. 231–236. AID: 7678417883.
  12. Apple J.L., Feener Jr. D.H. Ant visitation of extrafloral nectaries of Passiflora: the effects of nectary attributes and ant behavior on patterns in facultative ant-plant mutualisms // Oecologia. 2001. V. 127. No. 3. P. 409–416. AID: 1555487714.
  13. Muñoz A.A., Arroyo M.T.K. Negative impacts of a vertebrate predator on insect pollinator visitation and seed output in Chuquiraga oppositifolia, a high Andean shrub // Oecologia. 2004. V. 138. P. 66–73. AID: 3342536470.
  14. Schiestl F.P., Ayasse M. Post-pollination Emission of a Repellent Compound in a Sexually Deceptive Orchid: a New Mechanism for Maximising Reproductive Success? // Oecologia. 2001. V. 126. No. 4. P. 531–534. AID: 3657342234.
  15. Baker A.M., Barrett S.C.H., Thompson J.D. Variation of Pollen Limitation in the Early Flowering Mediterranean Geophyte Narcissus assoanus (Amaryllidaceae) // Oecologia. 2000. V. 124. No. 4. P. 529–535. AID: 5554877375.
  16. Bolten A.B. et al. On the Calculation of Sugar Concentration in Flower Nectar // Oecologia. 1979. V. 41. P. 301–304. AID: 1277900002.
  17. Wolfe L.M., Barrett S.C.H. Pollinator foraging behavior and pollen collection on the floral morphs of tristylous Pontederia cordata L. // Oecologia. 1987. V. 74. No. 3. P. 347–351. AID: 7678809888.
  18. Husband B.C., Barrett S.C.H. Pollinator visitation in populations of tristylous Eichhornia paniculata in northeastern Brazil // Oecologia. 1992. V. 89. No. 3. P. 365–371. AID: 7678127883.
  19. Blüthgen N. et al. How plants shape the ant community in the Amazonian rainforest canopy: the key role of extrafloral nectaries and homopteran honeydew // Oecologia. 2000. V. 125. No. 2. P. 229–240. AID: 5554877104.
  20. Bauce É., Carisey N. Larval feeding behaviour affects the impact of staminate flower production on the suitability of balsam fir trees for spruce budworm // Oecologia. 1996. V. 105. No. 1. P. 126–131. AID: 5554877356.
  21. Parrish J.A.D., Bazzaz F.A. Pollination niche separation in a winter annual community // Oecologia. 1978. V. 35. No. 2. P. 133–140. AID: 0000980604.
  22. Beattie A.J. Plant Dispersion, Pollination and Gene Flow in Viola // Oecologia. 1976. V. 25. No. 4. P. 291–300. AID: 1290619470.
  23. Hull D.A., Beattie A.J. Adverse effects on pollen exposed to Atta texana and other North American ants: implications for ant pollination // Oecologia. 1988. V. 75. No. 1. P. 153–155. AID: 7678989888.
  24. Bell G. et al. Partial preference of insects for the male flowers of an annual herb // Oecologia. 1984. V. 64. P. 287–294. AID: 1277900004.
  25. Grass I. et al. Additive effects of exotic plant abundance and land-use intensity on plant–pollinator interactions // Oecologia. 2013. V. 173. No. 3. P. 913–923. AID: 2534535555.
  26. Schmitt U., Bertsch A. Do foraging bumblebees scent-mark food sources and does it matter? // Oecologia. 1990. V. 82. No. 1. P. 137–144. AID: 7678517883.
  27. Mathavan S., Bhaskaran R. Food selection and utilization in a danid butterfly // Oecologia. 1975. V. 18. No. 1. P. 55–62. AID: 0000600304.
  28. Boaz M., Plitmann U., Heyn C.C. Reproductive effort in desert versus mediterranean crucifers: the allogamous Erucaria rostrata and E. hispanica and the autogamous Erophila minima // Oecologia. 1994. V. 100. No. 3. P. 286–292. AID: 5554877340.
  29. Bobisud L.E., Neuhaus R.J. Pollinator Constancy and Survival of Rare Species // Oecologia. 1975. V. 21. No. 3. P. 263–272. AID: 1290619460.
  30. Bommarco R., Marini L., Vaissière B.E. Insect pollination enhances seed yield, quality, and market value in oilseed rape // Oecologia. 2012. V. 169. No. 4. P. 1025–1032. AID: 6577744427.
  31. Johnson S.D., Bond W.J. Habitat Dependent Pollination Success in a Cape Orchid // Oecologia. 1992. V. 91. No. 3. P. 455–456. AID: 5554877319.
  32. Smith C.E. et al. Effect of floral orifice width and shape on hummingbird-flower interactions // Oecologia. 1996. V. 106. No. 4. P. 482–492. AID: 1555487758.
  33. Borges R.M., Gowda V., Zacharias M. Butterfly pollination and high-contrast visual signals in a low-density distylous plant // Oecologia. 2003. V. 136. P. 571–573. AID: 5554877234.
  34. Rasmussen I.R., Bredsgaard B. Gene flow inferred from seed dispersal and pollinator behaviour compared to DNA analysis of restriction site variation in a patchy population of Lotus corniculatus L. // Oecologia. 1992. V. 89. P. 277–283. AID: 7678979888.
  35. Irwin R.E., Brody A.K. Nectar robbing in Ipomopsis aggregata: effects on pollinator behavior and plant fitness // Oecologia. 1998. V. 116. P. 519–527. AID: 5554877135.
  36. Brody A.K., Mitchell R.J. Effects of experimental manipulation of inflorescence size on pollination and pre-dispersal seed predation in the hummingbird-pollinated plant Ipomopsis aggregata // Oecologia. 1997. V. 110. No. 1. P. 86–93. AID: 5554877156.
  37. Brown B.J., Mitchell R.J. Competition for pollination: effects of pollen of an invasive plant on seed set of a native congener // Oecologia. 2001. V. 129. No. 1. P. 43–49. AID: 5554877367.
  38. Seed R., Brown R.A. A Comparison of the Reproductive Cycles of Modiolus modiolus (L.), Cerastoderma (=Cardium) edule (L.), and Mytilus edulis L. in Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland // Oecologia. 1977. V. 30. P. 173–188. AID: 1290619220.
  39. Bruckman D., Campbell D.R. Floral neighborhood influences pollinator assemblages and effective pollination in a native plant // Oecologia. 2014. V. 176. No. 2. P. 465–476. AID: 7566665656.
  40. Bryla D.R., Koide R.T. Role of Mycorrhizal Infection in the Growth and Reproduction of Wild vs. Cultivated Plants. II. Eight Wild Accessions and Two Cultivars of Lycopersicon esculentum Mill // Oecologia. 1990. V. 84. No. 1. P. 82–92. AID: 7678437883.
  41. Roubik D.W., Buchmann S.L. Nectar selection by Melipona and Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and the ecology of nectar intake by bee colonies in a tropical forest // Oecologia. 1984. V. 61. No. 1. P. 1–10. AID: 1234155028.
  42. Buehmann S.L., Cane J.H. Bees assess pollen returns while sonieating Solanum flowers // Oecologia. 1989. V. 81. P. 289–294. AID: 7678969888.
  43. Wiens D. et al. Reproductive success, spontaneous embryo abortion, and genetic load in flowering plants // Oecologia. 1987. V. 71. No. 4. P. 501–509. AID: 7678167883.
  44. Carlson J.E., Holsinger K.E. Direct and indirect selection on floral pigmentation by pollinators and seed predators in a color polymorphic South African shrub // Oecologia. 2013. V. 171. No. 4. P. 905–919. AID: 6577744431.
  45. Carpenter F.L. Hooks for Mammal Pollination? // Oecologia. 1978. V. 35. No. 2. P. 123–132. AID: 2324333333.
  46. Carr D.E. Sexual dimorphism and fruit production in a dioecious understory tree, Ilex opaca Ait. // Oecologia. 1991. V. 85. No. 3. P. 381–388. AID: 7678779888.
  47. Mark A.F., Chapin III F.S. Seasonal Control Over Allocation to Reproduction in a Tussock-forming and a Rhizomatous Species of Eriophorum in Central Alaska // Oecologia. 1989. V. 78. No. 1. P. 27–34. AID: 7678187883.
  48. Pleasants J.M., Chaplin S.J. Nectar production rates of Asclepias quadrifolia: causes and consequences of individual variation // Oecologia. 1983. V. 59. No. 2-3. P. 232–238. AID: 1277755074.
  49. Chew F.S. Coevolution of Pierid Butterflies and Their Cruciferous Foodplants. I. The Relative Quality of Available Resources // Oecologia. 1975. V. 20. No. 2. P. 117–127. AID: 1290319837.
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  52. Feldheim K., Conner J.K. The effects of increased UV-B radiation on growth, pollination success, and lifetime female fitness in two Brassica species // Oecologia. 1996. V. 106. No. 3. P. 284–297. AID: 1555487749.
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  61. Platt W.J., Evans G.W., Davis M.M. Effects of Fire Season on Flowering of Forbs and Shrubs in Longleaf Pine Forests // Oecologia. 1988. V. 76. No. 3. P. 353–363. AID: 7678498886.
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