Mehdi Cherif
Mehdi Cherif
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Global change‐driven effects on dissolved organic matter composition: Implications for food webs of northern lakes
IF Creed, AK Bergström, CG Trick, NB Grimm, DO Hessen, J Karlsson, ...
Global change biology 24 (8), 3692-3714, 2018
Stoichiometric constraints on resource use, competitive interactions, and elemental cycling in microbial decomposers
M Cherif, M Loreau
The American Naturalist 169 (6), 709-724, 2007
Plant–herbivore–decomposer stoichiometric mismatches and nutrient cycling in ecosystems
M Cherif, M Loreau
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 280 (1754 …, 2013
Integrating elements and energy through the metabolic dependencies of gross growth efficiency and the threshold elemental ratio
H Doi, M Cherif, T Iwabuchi, I Katano, JC Stegen, M Striebel
Oikos 119 (5), 752–765, 2010
When microbes and consumers determine the limiting nutrient of autotrophs: a theoretical analysis
M Cherif, M Loreau
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 276 (1656 …, 2009
Towards a more biologically realistic use of Droop's equations to model growth under multiple nutrient limitation
M Cherif, M Loreau
Oikos 119 (6), 897-907, 2010
The role of competition in adaptive radiation: a field study on sequentially ovipositing host‐specific seed predators
L Després, M Cherif
Journal of animal ecology 73 (1), 109-116, 2004
Interactive effects between reindeer and habitat fertility drive soil nutrient availabilities in arctic tundra
J Sitters, M te Beest, M Cherif, R Giesler, J Olofsson
Ecosystems 20 (7), 1266-1277, 2017
The mechanics of predator–prey interactions: First principles of physics predict predator–prey size ratios
SMJ Portalier, GF Fussmann, M Loreau, M Cherif
Functional Ecology 33 (2), 323-334, 2019
Size-related effects of physical factors on phytoplankton communities
SMJ Portalier, M Cherif, L Zhang, GF Fussmann, M Loreau
Ecological Modelling 323, 41-50, 2016
An Operational Framework For The Advancement Of A Molecule-To-Biosphere Stoichiometry Theory
M Cherif, C Faithfull, J Guo, CL Meunier, J Sitters, W Uszko, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 286, 2017
Biological stoichiometry: the elements at the heart of biological interactions
M Cherif
Stoichiometry and research–the importance of quantity in biomedicine. Rijeka …, 2012
Long‐term heavy reindeer grazing promotes plant phosphorus limitation in arctic tundra
J Sitters, M Cherif, D Egelkraut, R Giesler, J Olofsson
Functional Ecology 33 (7), 1233-1242, 2019
Stoichiometry and Population Growth in Osmotrophs and Non-osmotrophs
M Cherif
eLs, 2016
Ecological stoichiometry and nutrient partitioning in two insect herbivores responsible for large‐scale forest disturbance in the Fennoscandian subarctic
DB Metcalfe, M Cherif, JU Jepsen, OPL Vindstad, JÅ Kristensen, ...
Ecological Entomology 44 (1), 118-128, 2019
Potential for Local Fertilization: A Benthocosm Test of Long-Term and Short-Term Effects of Mussel Excretion on the Plankton
M Cherif, M Granados, S Duffy, P Robert, B Péquin, V Mohit, ...
PloS one 11 (6), e0156411, 2016
Artificially generated turbulence: a review of phycological nanocosm, microcosm, and mesocosm experiments
RN Arnott, M Cherif, LD Bryant, DJ Wain
Hydrobiologia, 1-31, 2020
More than stoichiometry: the molecular composition of inorganic and organic substrates controls ammonium regeneration by bacteria
J Guo, M Cherif
bioRxiv, 2020
Organic vs. inorganic nitrogen as promoting nutrient in aquatic microplankton food webs
J Guo, S Brugel, A Andersson, M Cherif
Phytoplankton response to convective turbulent mixing: a mesocosm experiment
RN Arnott, D Wain, M Cherif
2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting, 2018
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