Balaton Limnological Research Institute publications

  • Bernát, G.; Zavřel, T.; Kotabová, E. ; Kovács, L.; Steinbach, G.; Vörös, L.; Prášil, Ondřej; Somogyi, B.; Tóth, V. R. (2021). Photomorphogenesis in the Picocyanobacterium Cyanobium gracile Includes Increased Phycobilisome Abundance Under Blue Light, Phycobilisome Decoupling Under Near Far-Red Light, and Wavelength-Specific Photoprotective Strategies. FRONTIERS IN PLANT SCIENCE 12: 612302.
  • Comte, L.; Carvajal‐Quintero, J.; Tedesco, Pablo A.; Giam, X.; Brose, U.; Erős, T.; Filipe, A. F.; Fortin, M.J.; Irving, K.; Jacquet, C. et al. (2021). RivFishTIME: A global database of fish time‐series to study global change ecology in riverine systems. GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY 30: 38-50.
  • Czeglédi, I.; Specziár, A.; Erős, T. (2021). Temporal dynamics of freshwater fish assemblages, their background and methods of quantifications-A synthesis. FISH AND FISHERIES 23: 93-108.
  • Fodor, I.; Svigruha, R.; Bozsó, Zs.; Tóth, Gá.; Tomohiro, O.; T., Yamamoto; H., S.; Pirger, Zs. (2021). Functional characterization and related evolutionary implications of invertebrate gonadotropin-releasing hormone/corazonin in a well-established model species. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 11: 10028.
  • Fodor, I.; Svigruha, R.; Kemenes, Gy.; Kemenes, I.; Pirger, Zs. (2021). The great pond snail (Lymnaea stagnalis) as a model of ageing and age-related memory impairment: an overview. JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES A-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND MEDICAL SCIENCES 76: 975-982.
  • Hamer, A. J.; Schmera, D.; Mahony, M. J.(2021). Multi-species occupancy modeling provides novel insights into amphibian metacommunity structure and wetland restoration. ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS 31: e2293.
  • Larsen, S.; Comte, L.; Filipa F., A.; Fortin, M.-J.; Jacquet, C.; Ryser, R.; Tedesco, P.A. ; Brose, U.; Erős, T.; Giam, X. et al. (2021). The geography of metapopulation synchrony in dendritic river networks. ECOLOGY LETTERS 24: 791-801.
  • Mozsár, A., Árva, D.; Józsa, V.; Györe, K.; Kajári, B.; Czeglédi, I.; Erős, T.; Weiperth, A.; Specziár, A. (2021). Only one can remain? Environmental and spatial factors influencing habitat partitioning among invasive and native crayfishes in the Pannonian Ecoregion (Hungary). SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT 770: 145240.
  • Pirger, Zs.; László, Z.; Naskar, S.; Crossley, M.; O’Shea, M.; Benjamin, P.R.; Kemenes, G.; Kemenes, I. (2021). Interneuronal mechanisms for learning-induced switch in a sensory response that anticipates changes in behavioral outcomes. CURRENT BIOLOGY 31: 1754-1761.
  • Svigruha, R.; Fodor, I.; Győri, J.; Schmidt, J.; Padisák, J.; Pirger, Zs. (2021). Effects of chronic sublethal progestogen exposure on development, reproduction, and detoxification system of water flea, Daphnia magna. SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT 784: 147113.

  • Bernát, G.; Boross, N.; Somogyi, B.; Vörös, L.; G.-Tóth, L.; Boros, G (2020) Oligotrophication of Lake Balaton over a 20-year period and its implications for the relationship between phytoplancton and zooplankton biomass. HYDROBIOLOGIA 19: 3999-4014.
  • Boros, E.; V.‐Balogh, K.; Csitári, B.; Vörös, L.; Székely, A. J. (2020). Macrophytes and groundwater drive extremely high organic carbon concentration of soda pans. FRESHWATER BIOLOGY 65: 1555-1568.
  • Boros, G.; Czeglédi, I.; Erős, T.; Preiszner, B. (2020). Scavenger‐driven fish carcass decomposition and phosphorus recycling: Laboratory experiments with freshwater fish and crayfish. FRESHWATER BIOLOGY 65: 1740-1751.
  • Erős, T.; Bányai, Zs. (2020). Sparing and sharing land for maintaining the multifunctionality of large floodplain rivers. SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT 728: 138441.
  • Erős, T.; Comte, L.; Filipe, A. F.; Ruhi, A.; Tedesco, P. A. ; Brose, U.; Fortin, M‐J.; Giam, X.; Irving, K.; Jacquet, C. et al. (2020). Effects of nonnative species on the stability of riverine fish communities. ECOGRAPHY 43: 1156-1166.
  • Erős, T.; Czeglédi, I.; Tóth, R.; Schmera, D. (2020). Multiple stressor effects on alpha, beta and zeta diversity of riverine fish. SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT 748: 141407.
  • Fodor, I.; Hussein, A.AA ; Benjamin, P.R ; Koene, J. M.; Pirger, Zs. (2020). The Natural History of Model Organisms: The unlimited potential of the great pond snail, Lymnaea stagnalis. ELIFE 9: e56962.
  • Horváth, R.; Battonyai, I.; Maász, G.; Schmidt, J.; Fekete, Zs. N ; Elekes, K. (2020). Chemical-neuroanatomical organization of peripheral sensory-efferent systems in the pond snail (Lymnaea stagnalis). BRAIN STRUCTURE & FUNCTION 225: 2563-2575.
  • Szabó, A.; Korponai, K.; Somogyi, B.; Vajna, B.; Vörös, L.Horváth, Zs.; BorosE.; Szabó-Tugyi, N.; Márialigeti, K.; Felföldi, T. (2020). Grazing pressure-induced shift in planktonic bacterial communities with the dominance of acIII-A1 actinobacterial lineage in soda pans. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 10: 19871.
  • Szuróczki, S.; Szabó, A.; Korponai, K.; Felföldi, T.; Somogyi, B.; Márialigeti, K.; Tóth, E. (2020). Prokaryotic community composition in a great shallow soda lake covered by large reed stands (Neusiedler See/Lake Fertő) as revealed by cultivation- and DNA-based analyses. FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY 96: fiaa159.

  • Báldi, K.; Balogh, Cs.; Sztanó, O.; Buczkó, K.; Bedéné Muskó, I.; G.-Tóth, L.Serfőző, Z. (2019). Sediment contributing invasive dreissenid species in a calcareous shallow lake – Possible implications for shortening life span of lakes by filling. ELEMENTA-SCIENCE OF THE ANTHROPOCENE 7: 42.
  • Heino, J.; Alahuhta, J.; Fattorini, S.; Schmera, D. (2019). Predicting beta diversity of terrestrial and aquatic beetles using ecogeographical variables: insights from the replacement and richness difference components. JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY 46: 304-315.
  • Maász, G.; Mayer, M.; Zrínyi, Z.; Molnár, É.; Kuzma, M.; Fodor, I.; Pirger, Zs.Takács, P. (2019). Spatiotemporal variations of pharmacologically active compounds in surface waters of a summer holiday destination. SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT 677: 545-555.
  • Mozsár, A.; Sály, P.; Antal, L.; Nagy, S. A.; Boros, G. (2019). Organismal stoichiometry at the temporal scale: Seasonal variability shapes interspecific differences in fish. FRESHWATER BIOLOGY 64: 244-254.
  • Pálffy, K.; Vörös, L. (2019). Phytoplankton functional composition shows higher seasonal variability in a large shallow lake after a eutrophic past. ECOSPHERE 10: e02684.
  • Riddick, C. A. L. ; Hunter, P. D. ; Dominguez, Gomez J. A.; Martinez-Vicente, V.; Présing, M.; Horváth, H.; Kovács, A. W. ; Vörös, L.; Zsigmond, E.; Tyler, A. N. (2019). Optimal Cyanobacterial Pigment Retrieval from Ocean Colour Sensors in a Highly Turbid, Optically Complex Lake. REMOTE SENSING 11: 1613.
  • Strayer, D. L.; Adamovich, B.; Adrian, R.; Aldridge, D. C.; Balogh, Cs.; Burlakova, L. E. ; FriedPetersen, H. B.; G-Tóth, L.; Hetherington, A. L.; Jones, T. S. et al. (2019). Long-term population dynamics of dreissenid mussels (Dreissena polymorpha and D. rostriformis): a cross-system analysis. ECOSPHERE 10: e02701.
  • Szabó-Tugyi, N.; Vörös, L.; V.-Balogh, K.; Botta-Dukát, Z.; Bernát, G.; Schmera; Somogyi, B. (2019). Aerobic anoxygenic phototrophs are highly abundant in hypertrophic and polyhumic waters. FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY 95: fiz104.
  • Tóth, M.; van Hardenbroek, M.; Bleicher, N.; Heiri, O. (2019). Pronounced early human impact on lakeshore environments documented by aquatic invertebrate remains in waterlogged Neolithic settlement deposits. QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS 205: 126-142.
  • Tóth, V. R ; Villa, P.; Pinardi, M.; Bresciani, M. (2019). Aspects of invasiveness of Ludwigia and Nelumbo in shallow temperate fluvial lakes. FRONTIERS IN PLANT SCIENCE 10: 647.