Her primary areas of study are Ecology, Polylepis australis, Agronomy, Genetic diversity and Genetic variation. In Ecology, she works on issues like Germination, which are connected to Steppe. Her work carried out in the field of Polylepis australis brings together such families of science as Stocking and Canopy, Shade tolerance.
Her research in Agronomy focuses on subjects like Reforestation, which are connected to Tree canopy, Forest ecology and Tussock. Her studies in Genetic diversity integrate themes in fields like Stipa capillata and Population size. Her study looks at the intersection of Genetic drift and topics like Small population size with Botany.
Isabell Hensen mainly investigates Ecology, Genetic diversity, Botany, Genetic structure and Range. Her is involved in several facets of Ecology study, as is seen by her studies on Polylepis australis, Habitat, Vegetation, Species richness and Introduced species. Her Polylepis australis study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Agronomy, Grazing and Sowing.
Her Genetic diversity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Population size, Population genetics and Fragmentation. Her study focuses on the intersection of Botany and fields such as Competition with connections in the field of Biomass. Her research investigates the connection between Range and topics such as Shrub that intersect with problems in Rosa rubiginosa and Buddleja davidii.
Her main research concerns Ecology, Genetic diversity, Genetic structure, Range and Introduced species. Her research combines Seedling and Ecology. The concepts of her Genetic diversity study are interwoven with issues in Population size and Fragmentation.
Her research integrates issues of Evolutionary biology, Genetic distance, Juniperus phoenicea and Amplified fragment length polymorphism in her study of Genetic structure. Her study explores the link between Range and topics such as Species distribution that cross with problems in Tropical climate, Biological dispersal and Altitude. Her Introduced species study deals with Generalist and specialist species intersecting with Species diversity and Biodiversity.
Isabell Hensen mainly focuses on Ecology, Range, Trait, Genetic diversity and Population size. Her research related to Herbivore, Disturbance, Centaurea stoebe, Introduced species and Ruderal species might be considered part of Ecology. Her Herbivore research includes themes of Genetic correlation, Resistance, Habitat and Invasive species.
While the research belongs to areas of Introduced species, she spends her time largely on the problem of Species evenness, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Biodiversity. The various areas that Isabell Hensen examines in her Range study include Conyza canadensis, Weed, Propagule pressure and Selfing. The Genetic diversity study combines topics in areas such as Stipa pennata and Genetic variation.
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Cover and growth habit of Polylepis woodlands and shrublands in the mountains of central Argentina: human or environmental influence?
Daniel Renison;Isabell Hensen;Ricardo Suarez;Ana María Cingolani.
Journal of Biogeography (2006)
Anthropogenic soil degradation affects seed viability in Polylepis australis mountain forests of central Argentina.
Daniel Renison;Isabell Hensen;Ana M Cingolani.
Forest Ecology and Management (2004)
Effects of population size on genetic diversity and seed production in the rare Dictamnus albus(Rutaceae) in central Germany
Isabell Hensen;Christoph Oberprieler.
Conservation Genetics (2005)
The performance of Polylepis australis trees along their entire altitudinal range : implications of climate change for their conservation
Paula Marcora;Isabell Hensen;Daniel Renison;Peggy Seltmann.
Diversity and Distributions (2008)
Lack of sexual reproduction within mountain steppe populations of the clonal shrub Juniperus sabina L. in semi-arid southern Mongolia
K. Wesche;K. Ronnenberg;I. Hensen.
Journal of Arid Environments (2005)
The Restoration of Degraded Mountain Woodlands: Effects of Seed Provenance and Microsite Characteristics on Polylepis australis Seedling Survival and Growth in Central Argentina
Daniel Renison;Ana M. Cingolani;Ricardo Suarez;Eugenia Menoyo.
Restoration Ecology (2005)
Effects of altitude and livestock on the regeneration of two tree line forming Polylepis species in Ecuador
Arne Cierjacks;Nadine Katrin Rühr;Karsten Wesche;Isabell Hensen.
Plant Ecology (2007)
Do domestic herbivores retard Polylepis australis Bitt. woodland recovery in the mountains of Córdoba, Argentina?
Ingrid Teich;Ana M. Cingolani;Daniel Renison;Isabell Hensen.
Forest Ecology and Management (2005)
The invasive shrub Buddleja davidii performs better in its introduced range
Susan Kathrin Ebeling;Susan Kathrin Ebeling;Isabell Hensen;Harald Auge.
Diversity and Distributions (2007)
Variation of stand structure and regeneration of Mediterranean holm oak along a grazing intensity gradient
Arne Cierjacks;I. Hensen.
Plant Ecology (2004)
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