Publications

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Please feel free to contact Irena Maček via an e-mail to get a full text of any of the publications below (the ones without a link to the full text provided here).

irena.macek@bf.uni-lj.si

Google Scholar Citations – IRENA MAČEK

COBISS SICRIS: Researcher ID – IRENA MAČEK 21581

MAČEK Irena
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities pushed over the edge – lessons from extreme ecosystems. In: Lukac M, Grenni P, Gamboni M (Eds). Soil Biological Communities and Ecosystem Resilience, 2017, Springer-Verlag, in press.

MAČEK Irena
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in hypoxic environments. In: Varma A, Prasad R, Tuteja N (Eds), Mycorrhiza – Function, Diversity, State of the Art, 2017, 332-347, Springer-Verlag. link

MAČEK Irena, VODNIK Dominik, PFANZ Hardy, LOW-DÉCARIE Etienne, DUMBRELL Alex J.
Locally extreme environments as natural long-term experiments in ecology. In: Dumbrell AJ, Kordas R, Woodward G (Eds),
Advances in Ecological Research, Large Scale Ecology: Model Systems to Global Perspectives, vol. 55, 2016, Oxford: Academic Press: 283-323. link ScienceDirect, link Full Text 

MAČEK Irena, ŠIBANC Nataša, KAVŠČEK Martin, LEŠTAN Domen
Diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in metal polluted and EDTA washed garden soils before and after soil revitalization with commercial and indigenous fungal inoculum.                                                                     
Ecological Engineering, 2016, 95: 330-339. link

ŠIBANC Nataša, DUMBRELL Alex J, MANDIĆ-MULEC Ines, MAČEK Irena
Impacts of naturally elevated soil CO2 concentrations on communities of soil archaea and bacteria
Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2014, 68: 348-356. link

JELUŠIČ Maša, VODNIK Dominik, MAČEK Irena, LEŠTAN Domen
Use of metal contaminated and EDTA washed garden soil – field experiment: Part II: Can remediated soil be used as a plant substrate?
Science of the Total Environment,
2014, 475:142-152. link

MAČEK Irena
A decade of research in mofette areas has given us new insights into adaptation of soil microorganisms to abiotic stress
Acta Agriculturae Slovenica, 2013, 101(2): 209-217. PDF

MAČEK Irena and ELER Klemen
Ecosystem services and the potential for the use of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in sustainable agriculture in Slovenia. In: ČEH Barbara, DOLNIČAR Peter, MIHELIČ Rok (eds.). New Challenges in Agronomy 2013: Proceedings of the Symposium, Zreče, [24-25 January 2013], Ljubljana: Slovenian Society for Agronomy, 2013, pg. 56-62 PDF

MAČEK Irena, KASTELEC Damijana, VODNIK Dominik
Root colonization with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and glomalin-related soil protein (GRSP) concentration in hypoxic soils in natural CO2 springs
Agriculture and Food Science , 2012, 21(1): 62-71. link

MAČEK Irena, DUMBRELL Alex J, NELSON Michaela, FITTER Alastair H, VODNIK Dominik, HELGASON Thorunn
Local adaptation to soil hypoxia determines the structure of an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal community in roots from natural CO2 springs
Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2011, 77(14): 4770-4777. link

MAČEK Irena, VIDEMŠEK Urška, KASTELEC Damijana, STOPAR David, VODNIK Dominik
Geological CO2 affects microbial respiration rates in Stavešinci mofette soils
Acta Biologica Slovenica, 2009, 52(2): 41-48. link

VODNIK Dominik, STRAJNAR Polona, JEMC Sonja, MAČEK Irena
Respiratory potential of maize (Zea mays L.) roots exposed to hypoxia
Enviromental and Experimental Botany, 2009, 65(1): 107-110. link

VODNIK Dominik, VIDEMŠEK Urška, PINTAR Marina, MAČEK Irena, PFANZ Hardy
The characteristics of soil CO2 fluxes at a site with natural CO2 enrichment
Geoderma, 2009, 150(1/2): 32-37. link

MAČEK Irena
Molecular approaches in research of arbuscular mycorrhiza
Acta agriculturae Slovenica, 2009, 93(1): 77-85. link

VODNIK Dominik, GRČMAN Helena, MAČEK Irena, ELTEREN Johannes Teun van, KOVAČEVIČ Miroslav
The contribution of glomalin-related soil protein to Pb and Zn sequestration in polluted soil
Science of the Total Environment, 2008, 392(1): 130-136. link

VODNIK Dominik, MAČEK Irena, PÉLI E, VIDEMŠEK Urška, TUBA Zoltán
Elevated CO2 affects the content of glomalin related soil protein in xeric temperate loess and temperate semi-desert sand grasslands
Community Ecology, 2008, 9(1): 161-166. link

PFANZ Hardy, VODNIK Dominik, WITTMANN Christiane, ASCHAN Guido, BATIČ Franc, TURK Boris, MAČEK Irena
Photosynthetic performance (CO2-compensation point, carboxylation efficiency, and net photosynthesis) of timothy grass (Phleum pratense L.) is effected by elevated carbon dioxide in post-volcanic mofette areas
Environmental and Experimental Botany, 2007, 61(1): 41-48. link

VODNIK Dominik, MAČEK Irena, VIDEMŠEK Urška, HLADNIK Jože
The life of plants under extreme CO2
Acta Biologica Slovenica, 2007, 50(1): 31-39 link

VODNIK Dominik, KASTELEC Damijana, PFANZ Hardy, MAČEK Irena, TURK Boris
Small-scale spatial variation in soil CO2 concentration in a natural carbon dioxide spring and some related plant responses
Geoderma, 2006, 133: 309-319. link

MAČEK Irena, PFANZ Hardy, FRANCETIČ Vojmir, BATIČ Franc, VODNIK Dominik
Root respiration response to high CO2 concentrations in plants from natural CO2 springs
Environmental and Experimental Botany, 2005, 54: 90-99. link

MAČEK Irena, VODNIK Dominik
Glomalin, lepilo strukturnih agregatov in pomembna sestavina organske snovi tal
Proteus, Feb. 2005, 67(6): 244-251.

MAČEK Irena, PFANZ Hardy, VODNIK Dominik
Growth and root respiration of C4 plants under CO2 enrichment
Acta Biologica Slovenica, 2003, 46(1): 35-39.

MAČEK Irena, VODNIK Dominik, BATIČ Franc
Soil respiration measured with soil flux chamber LI-6400-09 – effects of soil temperature
Acta agriculturae Slovenica, 2003, 81(1): 95-102.

VODNIK Dominik, PFANZ Hardy, MAČEK Irena, KASTELEC Damijana, LOJEN Sonja, BATIČ Franc
Photosynthesis of cockspur [Echinochloa crus-galli (L.) Beauv.] at sites of naturally elevated CO2 concentration
Photosyntetica, 2002, 40(4): 575-579.

VODNIK Dominik, PFANZ Hardy, WITTMANN Christiane, MAČEK Irena, KASTELEC Damijana, TURK Boris, BATIČ Franc
Photosynthetic acclimation in plants growing near a carbon dioxide spring
Phyton (Horn), 2002, 42(3): 239-244.