Matteo Dainese
Matteo Dainese
Univerity of Verona, Department of Biotechnology
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TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (1), 119-188, 2020
A global synthesis reveals biodiversity-mediated benefits for crop production
M Dainese, EA Martin, M Aizen, M Albrecht, I Bartomeus, R Bommarco, ...
Science Advances 5 (10), eaax0121, 2019
Plant functional trait change across a warming tundra biome
AD Bjorkman, IH Myers-Smith, SC Elmendorf, S Normand, N Rüger, ...
Nature 562 (7725), 57-62, 2018
The effectiveness of flower strips and hedgerows on pest control, pollination services and crop yield: a quantitative synthesis
M Albrecht, D Kleijn, NM Williams, M Tschumi, BR Blaauw, R Bommarco, ...
Ecology letters 23 (10), 1488-1498, 2020
The interplay of landscape composition and configuration: new pathways to manage functional biodiversity and agroecosystem services across Europe
EA Martin, M Dainese, Y Clough, A Báldi, R Bommarco, V Gagic, ...
Ecology Letters 22 (7), 1083-1094, 2019
Global trait–environment relationships of plant communities
H Bruelheide, J Dengler, O Purschke, J Lenoir, B Jiménez-Alfaro, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (12), 1906-1917, 2018
Mass‐flowering crops dilute pollinator abundance in agricultural landscapes across Europe
A Holzschuh, M Dainese, JP González‐Varo, S Mudri‐Stojnić, ...
Ecology letters 19 (10), 1228-1236, 2016
High cover of hedgerows in the landscape supports multiple ecosystem services in Mediterranean cereal fields
M Dainese, S Montecchiari, T Sitzia, M Sigura, L Marini
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (2), 380-388, 2017
Human disturbance and upward expansion of plants in a warming climate
M Dainese, S Aikio, PE Hulme, A Bertolli, F Prosser, L Marini
Nature Climate Change 7 (8), 577-580, 2017
Global synthesis of effects of plant species diversity on trophic groups and interactions
NF Wan, XR Zheng, LW Fu, LP Kićr, Z Zhang, R Chaplin-Kramer, ...
Nature Plants 6 (5), 503-510, 2020
Complementarity among natural enemies enhances pest suppression
M Dainese, G Schneider, J Krauss, I Steffan-Dewenter
Scientific Reports 7, 2017
Plant species diversity in alien black locust stands: A paired comparison with native stands across a north-Mediterranean range expansion
T Sitzia, T Campagnaro, M Dainese, A Cierjacks
Forest Ecology and Management 285, 85-91, 2012
Stand structure and plant species diversity in managed and abandoned silver fir mature woodlands
T Sitzia, G Trentanovi, M Dainese, G Gobbo, E Lingua, M Sommacal
Forest Ecology and Management 270, 232-238, 2012
Global plant trait relationships extend to the climatic extremes of the tundra biome
HJD Thomas, AD Bjorkman, IH Myers-Smith, SC Elmendorf, J Kattge, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1351, 2020
Traditional plant functional groups explain variation in economic but not size‐related traits across the tundra biome
HJD Thomas, IH Myers‐Smith, AD Bjorkman, SC Elmendorf, D Blok, ...
Global ecology and biogeography 28 (2), 78-95, 2019
Testing scale-dependent effects of semi-natural habitats on farmland biodiversity
M Dainese, D Inclán Luna, T Sitzia, L Marini
Ecological Applications 25 (6), 1681–1690, 2015
Managing trap‐nesting bees as crop pollinators: spatiotemporal effects of floral resources and antagonists
M Dainese, V Riedinger, A Holzschuh, D Kleijn, J Scheper, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (1), 195-204, 2018
Growth prediction for five tree species in an Italian urban forest
P Semenzato, D Cattaneo, M Dainese
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 10 (3), 169-176, 2011
Different effects of elevation, habitat fragmentation and grazing management on the functional, phylogenetic and taxonomic structure of mountain grasslands
M Dainese, J Lepš, F de Bello
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 17 (1), 44-53, 2015
Plant traits across different habitats of the Italian Alps: a comparative analysis between native and alien species
M Dainese, L Bragazza
Alpine Botany 122, 11-21, 2012
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