Dr. Walter Bleeker Biodiversitätsmanagement

Publikationen in international begutachteten Fachzeitschriften bzw. Fachbüchern

Carlsen, T.A., Bleeker, W., Hurka, H., Elven, R., Brochmann, C. (2009): Phylogeny and biogeography of Cardamine (Brassicaceae). Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 96, 215-236.

Elling, B., Hochkirch, M. Neuffer, B., Bleeker, W. (2009): Hybridisation between oilseed rape (Brassica napus) and tetraploid Brassica rapa under field conditions. Flora 205: 411-417.

Elling, B., Neuffer, B., Bleeker, W. (2009): Sources of genetic diversity in feral oilseed rape populations. Basic and Applied Ecology 10, 544-553.

Hameister, S., Neuffer, B., Bleeker, W. (2009): Genetic differentiation and reproductive isolation of a naturally occurring floral homeotic mutant within a wild-type population of Capsella bursa-pastoris (Brassicaceae). Molecular Ecology 18, 2659-2667.

Parolly, G., Nordt, B., Bleeker, W., Mummenhoff, K. (2009): Heldreichia Boiss. (Brassicaceae) revisited – a morphological and molecular study. Taxon, in press.

Bleeker, W., Klausmeyer, S., Peintinger, S., Peintinger, M., Dienst, M. (2008): DNA sequences identify invasive alien Cardamine at Lake Constance. Biological Conservation 141, 692-698.

Bleeker, W. (2007): Hybridization in Rorippa: patterns and processes. Systematics and Biodiversity 5, 311-319.

Bleeker, W., Schmitz, U., Ristow, M. (2007): Interspecific hybridization between alien and native plant species in Germany and its consequences for native biodiversity. Biological Conservation 137, 248 – 253.

Bleeker, W., Matthies, A. (2005): Hybrid zones between invasive Rorippa austriaca and native R. sylvestris (Brassicaceae) in Germany – Ploidy levels and patterns of fitness in the field. Heredity 94, 664-670.

Hurka, H., Paetsch, M., Bleeker, W., Neuffer, B. (2005): Evolution within the Brassicaceae. Nova Acta Leopoldina 342, 113 –127.

Koch, M., Dobes, C., Matschinger, M., Bleeker, W., Vogel, J., Kiefer, M., Mitchell-Olds, T. (2005): Evolution of the trnF(GAA) gene in Arabidopsis relatives and the Brassicaceae family: Monophyletic origin and subsequent diversification of a plastidic pseudogene. Molecular Biology and Evolution 22, 1032-1043.

Bleeker, W. (2004): Genetic variation and self-incompatibility within and outside a Rorippa hybrid zone (Brassicaceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 246, 35-44.

Bleeker, W. (2004): Hybridization between invasive and native plant species: a case study in Rorippa (Brassicaceae). In: DEN NIJS, H.C.M., BARTSCH, D., SWEET, J. (eds.) Introgression from genetically modified plants into wild relatives and its consequences. CAB International, Oxon, UK, S. 27-39.

Marhold, K., Lihova, J., Perny, M., Bleeker, W. (2004): Comparative ITS and AFLP analyses of diploid Cardamine (Brassicaceae) taxa from closely related polyploid complexes. Annals of Botany 93, 507-520.

Bleeker, W. (2003): Hybridization and Rorippa austriaca (Brassicaceae) invasion in Germany. Molecular Ecology 12, 1831-1841.

Hurka, H., Bleeker, W., Neuffer, B. (2003): Evolutionary processes associated with biological invasions in the Brassicaceae. Biological Invasions 5, 281-292.

Bleeker, W,. Franzke, A., Pollmann, K., Brown, A. H. D., Hurka, H. (2002): Phylogeny and biogeography of Southern Hemisphere high mountain Cardamine species (Brassicaceae). Australian Systematic Botany 15, 575-581.

Bleeker, W., Weber-Sparenberg, C., Hurka, H. (2002): Chloroplast DNA variation and biogeography in the genus Rorippa Scop. (Brassicaceae). Plant Biology 4, 104-111.

Bleeker, W., Hurka, H. (2001): Introgressive hybridization in Rorippa (Brassicaceae): gene flow and its consequences in natural and anthropogenic habitats. Molecular Ecology 10, 2013-2022.

Bleeker, W., Huthmann, M., Hurka, H. (1999): Evolution of hybrid taxa in Nasturtium R. Br. (Brassicaceae). Folia Geobotanica Phytotaxonomica 34, 421-433.

Franzke, A., Pollmann, K., Bleeker, W., Kohrt, R., Hurka, H. (1998): Molecular systematics of Cardamine and allied genera (Brassicaceae). ITS and non-coding chloroplast DNA. Folia Geobotanica Phytotaxonomica 33, 225-240.