Publications of Michael Raatz

Journal Article (8)

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Raatz, M.: Provision of essential resources as a persistence strategy in food webs. Peer Community Journal 3, e82 (2023)
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Raatz, M.; Traulsen, A.: Promoting extinction or minimizing growth? The impact of treatment on trait trajectories in evolving populations. Evolution: international journal of organic evolution 77 (6), pp. 1408 - 1421 (2023)
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Gerhard, M.; Koussoroplis, A.; Raatz, M.; Pansch, C.; Fey, S. B.; Vajedsamiei, J.; Calderó‐Pascual, M.; Cunillera‐Montcusí, D.; Juvigny‐Khenafou, N. P. D.; Polazzo, F. et al.; Thomas, P. K.; Symons, C. C.; Beklioğlu, M.; Berger, S. A.; Chefaoui, R. M.; Ger, K. A.; Langenheder, S.; Nejstgaard, J. C.; Ptacnik, R.; Striebel, M.: Environmental variability in aquatic ecosystems: avenues for future multifactorial experiments. Limnology and Oceanography Letters 8 (2), pp. 247 - 266 (2023)
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Pansch, C.; Raatz, M.; Comeau, S.; Hui, T. T. Y.; Havenhand, J. N.; Vajedsamiei, J.; Cornwall, C. E.: Editorial: Influence of environmental variability on climate change impacts in marine ecosystems. Frontiers in Marine Science 9, 994756 (2022)
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Vajedsamiei, J.; Melzner, F.; Raatz, M.; Morón Lugo, S. C.; Pansch, C.: Cyclic thermal fluctuations can be burden or relief for an ectotherm depending on fluctuations’ average and amplitude. Functional Ecology 35 (11), pp. 2483 - 2496 (2021)
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Vajedsamiei, J.; Melzner, F.; Raatz, M.; Kiko, R.; Khosravi, M.; Pansch, C.: Simultaneous recording of filtration and respiration in marine organisms in response to short-term environmental variability. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 19 (3), pp. 196 - 209 (2021)
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Raatz, M.; Shah, S.; Chitadze, G.; Brüggemann, M.; Traulsen, A.: The impact of phenotypic heterogeneity of tumour cells on treatment and relapse dynamics. PLoS Computational Biology 17 (2), e1008702 (2021)
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Koussoroplis, A.-M.; Schälicke, S.; Raatz, M.; Bach, M.; Wacker, A.: Feeding in the frequency domain: coarser-grained environments increase consumer sensitivity to resource variability, covariance and phase. Ecology Letters 22 (7), pp. 1104 - 1114 (2019)
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