Publications

 

Published

You can find the full list along with full-texts at my ResearchGate profile. RG profile, as well as Google Scholar, are most likely to be up to date.

2018

27. Bogdziewicz M., Espelta J.M., Bonal R. (2018) Tolerance to seed predation mediated by seed size increases at lower latitudes in a Mediterranean oak. Annals of Botany, accepted.

26. Bogdziewicz M., Marino S., Bonal R., Zwolak R., Steele MA. (2018) Rapid aggregative and reproductive responses of weevils to masting of North American oaks counteract predator satiation. Ecologyhttps://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.2510

25. Bogdziewicz M., Lichti N., Zwolak R. (2018) Consumer-mediated apparent predation by a native plant lowers the fitness of an invasive competitor. Journal of Ecology, DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.13023

24. Walczak U., Bogdziewicz M., Żytkowiak R., Karolewski P., Baraniak E. (2018). Maladaptive host choice by alien leaf miner has the potential to limit the insect invasion. European Journal of Entomology115 (1), 318-325, doi: 10.14411/eje.2018.031

23. Bogdziewicz M., Steele M.A., Marino S., Crone E.E. (2018). Correlated seed failure as an environmental veto to synchronize reproduction of masting plants. New Phytologist, 219, 98-108, https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.15108

22. Bogdziewicz M., Espelta J.M., Munoz A., Aparicio J.M., Bonal R. (2018). Effectiveness of predator satiation in masting oaks is negatively affected by conspecific density. Oecologia 186 (4), 983–993 DOI: 10.1007/s00442-018-4069-7

21. Bogdziewicz M., Bonal R., Espelta J.M., Kalemba E., Steele M.A., Zwolak R. (2018) Invasive oaks escape pre-dispersal insect seed predation and trap enemies in their seeds. Integrative Zoology (Special Issue: Plant—Animal Interactions), 13, 228-237,  DOI: 10.1111/1749-4877.12285

20. Zwolak R., Witczuk J., Bogdziewicz M., Rychlik L., Pagacz S. (2018). Simultaneous population fluctuations of rodents in alpine forests and meadows suggest indirect effects of tree masting. Journal of Mammalogy, 99, 586–595 10.1093/jmammal/gyy034

19. Espelta J.M., Fernández-Martínez M., Bogdziewicz M., Peñuelas J. (2018) Plantes anyívoles: entre l’abstinència i la disbauxa reproductiva (Masting plants: Why combine abstinence and lust in reproduction?). Atzavara, L’ 28, 15-21 [in Catalan]

18. Zawierucha K., Buda J., Pietryka M., Richter D., Łokas E., Lehmann-Konera S.,  Makowska N., Bogdziewicz M. (2018) Snapshot of micro-animals and associated biotic and abiotic environmental variables on the edge of South-West Greenland ice sheet. Limnology, 19, 141–150 DOI 10.1007/s10201-017-0528-9

17.Raši T., Majláth I., Bogdziewicz M., Dudek K., Majláthová V., Almáši M., Tryjanowski P. (2018) Tick distribution along animal tracks: implication for preventative medicine. Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine. 25, 360–363 DOI: https://doi.org/10.26444/aaem/89919

2017

16. Bogdziewicz M., Fernández-Martínez M., Bonal R., Belmonte J., Espelta J.M. (2017) The Moran effect and environmental vetoes: phenological synchrony and drought drive seed production in a Mediterranean oak. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 284, 20171784 http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2017.1784

15. Bogdziewicz M., Szymkowiak J., Kasprzyk I., Grewling L., Borowski Z., Borycka K., Kantorowicz W., Myszkowska D., Piotrowicz K., Ziemianin M., Pesendorfer M.B. (2017) Masting in wind-pollinated trees: the role of weather and pollination dynamics in driving seed production. Ecology, 98, 2615–2625,  DOI: 10.1002/ecy.1951

14. Bogdziewicz M., Crone E.E., Steele M.A.& Zwolak R. (2017) Effects of nitrogen deposition on reproduction in a masting tree: benefits of higher seed production are trumped by negative biotic interactions. Journal of Ecology, 105, 310-320 DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.12673

13. Fernández-Martínez M, Bogdziewicz M., Espelta J.M., Penuelas J. (2017) Nature beyond linearity: meteorological variability and Jensen’s inequality can explain mast seeding behaviour. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 5, 134, doi: 10.3389/fevo.2017.00134

2016

12. Bogdziewicz M. & Szymkowiak J. (2016) Oak acorn crop and Google search volume predict Lyme disease risk in temperate Europe. Basic and Applied Ecology 17: 300-307 DOI:10.1016/j.baae.2016.01.002

11. Bogdziewicz M., Zwolak R. & Crone E.E. (2016) How do vertebrates respond to mast seeding? Oikos 125:300-307 (Oikos Editor’s ChoiceDOI: 10.1111/oik.03012

10. Bogdziewicz M., Zwolak R., Redosh L., Rychlik L. & Crone E.E. (2016) Negative effects of density on space use of small mammals differ with the phase of the masting-induced population cycle. Ecology and Evolution, 6, 8423–8430 DOI: 10.1002/ece3.2513

9. Zwolak R., Bogdziewicz M., Wróbel A. & Crone E.E. (2016)  Advantages of masting in European beech: timing of granivore satiation and benefits of seed caching support the predator dispersal hypothesis. Oecologia 180:749-758 DOI: 10.1007/s00442-015-3511-3

8. Zwolak R., Bogdziewicz M. & Rychlik L. Beech masting modifies the response of rodents to forest management. Forest Ecology and Management 359:268-276 DOI:10.1016/j.foreco.2015.10.017

7. Krawczyk A., Bogdziewicz M., Majkowska K. & Głazaczow A (2016) Diet composition of Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) in different freshwater habitats of temperate Europe: a review and meta-analysis. Mammal Review 46:106-113 DOI: 10.1111/mam.12054

6. Głazaczow A., Oriwn D., Bogdziewicz M. (2016) Increased temperature delays the late-season phenology of multivoltine insect. Scientific Reports, 6 (38022) doi: 10.1038/srep38022

2015

5. Wróbel A. & Bogdziewicz M (2015) It is raining mice and voles: which weather conditions influence the activity of Apodemus flavicollis and Myodes glareolus? European Journal of Wildlife Research 61:475-478 DOI: 10.1007/s10344-014-0892-2

4. Kowalski K., Bogdziewicz M., Eichert U. & Rychlik L. (2015) Sex differences in flea infections among rodent hosts: is there a male bias? Parasitology Research 114:337-341 DOI: 10.1007/s00436-014-4231-z

Older works can be found on my RG profie 🙂

 

Ahead of print (submitted /or almost submitted)

Bogdziewicz M., Szymkowiak J.,Fernández-Martinez M., Josep Peñuelas, Josep M. Espelta. (submitted) Species-specific effects of local climate on weather and seeding correlates in masting plants.

Bogdziewicz M., Crone E.E., Zwolak R. (submitted). Measuring the net outcome of conditional mutualism: a case study with oaks and scatterhoarding rodents. posted at Bioarxiv, doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/232264

Bogdziewicz M., Żywiec M., Espelta J.M., Fernández-Martinez M., Calama R., Ledwoń M., McIntire E., Crone E. (submitted) The Moran effect is sufficient to produce masting behaviour in five contrasting tree species.

Bogdziewicz M., Calama R., Crone E.E., Espelta J.M., Marino S., Steele M.A. Tenhumberg B., Tyre A., Zwolak R., Żywiec M. (in prep.) Consequences of variation in individual fecundity in masting plants: higher variation, synchrony and fitness in super-producers.

Pesendorfer M., Bogdziewicz M.,, Szymkowiak J., Borowski Z., Kantorowicz W., Espelta J.M., Fernandez-Martinez M., (in prep). Forest trees produce more seeds and mast stronger as they age.

Pesendofer M., Bogdziewicz M., Koenig W.D., Ledwoń M., Żywiec M. (submitted) Declining seed production before death in a widely distributed tree.

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