Ádám Lovas-Kiss
Ádám Lovas-Kiss
Centre for Ecological Research, Department for Tisza River Research
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The orchid flora of Turkish graveyards: a comprehensive field survey
V Löki, J Tökölyi, K Süveges, A Lovas-Kiss, K Hürkan, G Sramkó, ...
Willdenowia 45 (2), 231-243, 2015
Endozoochory of aquatic ferns and angiosperms by mallards in Central Europe
Á Lovas‐Kiss, B Vizi, O Vincze, A Molnár V, AJ Green
Journal of Ecology 106 (4), 1714-1723, 2018
Shorebirds as important vectors for plant dispersal in Europe
Á Lovas‐Kiss, MI Sánchez, DM Wilkinson, NE Coughlan, JA Alves, ...
Ecography 42 (5), 956-967, 2019
A Debreceni Egyetem Herbáriuma (DE) I.: A „Soó Rezső Herbárium”
A Takács, T Nagy, R Fekete, Á Lovas-Kiss, T Ljubka, V Löki, ...
Kitaibelia 19 (1), 142-155, 2014
Great cormorants reveal overlooked secondary dispersal of plants and invertebrates by piscivorous waterbirds
CHA van Leeuwen, Á Lovas-Kiss, M Ovegĺrd, AJ Green
Biology Letters 13 (10), 20170406, 2017
Crayfish invasion facilitates dispersal of plants and invertebrates by gulls
Á Lovas‐Kiss, MI Sánchez, V Molnár, L Valls, X Armengol, ...
Freshwater Biology, 2018
Endozoochory of large bryophyte fragments by waterbirds
DM Wilkinson, A Lovas-Kiss, DA Callaghan, AJ Green
Cryptogamie, Bryologie 38 (2), 223-228, 2017
Experimental evidence of dispersal of invasive cyprinid eggs inside migratory waterfowl
Á Lovas-Kiss, O Vincze, V Löki, F Pallér-Kapusi, B Halasi-Kovács, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (27), 15397-15399, 2020
Seed mass, hardness, and phylogeny explain the potential for endozoochory by granivorous waterbirds
Á Lovas‐Kiss, O Vincze, E Kleyheeg, G Sramkó, L Laczkó, R Fekete, ...
Ecology and Evolution 10 (3), 1413-1424, 2020
Predictors of conservation value of Turkish cemeteries: A case study using orchids
V Löki, A Molnár, K Süveges, H Heimeier, A Takács, T Nagy, R Fekete, ...
Landscape and urban planning 186, 36-44, 2019
Whole angiosperms Wolffia columbiana disperse by gut passage through wildfowl in South America
GG Silva, AJ Green, V Weber, P Hoffmann, Á Lovas-Kiss, C Stenert, ...
Biology letters 14 (12), 20180703, 2018
The occurrence of Spiraea crenata and other rare steppe plants in Pannonian graveyards
VA Molnár, V Löki, A Máté, A Molnár, A Takács, T Nagy, Á Lovas-Kiss, ...
Biologia 72 (5), 500-509, 2017
The effect of gut passage by waterbirds on the seed coat and pericarp of diaspores lacking “external flesh”: Evidence for widespread adaptation to endozoochory in angiosperms
M Costea, H El Miari, L Laczkó, R Fekete, AV Molnár, Á Lovas-Kiss, ...
PloS one 14 (12), e0226551, 2019
Beyond scatter-hoarding and frugivory: European corvids as overlooked vectors for a broad range of plants
AJ Green, J Elmberg, Á Lovas-Kiss
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 133, 2019
Seed of the threatened annual legume, Astragalus contortuplicatus, can survive over 130 years of dry storage
VA Molnár, J Sonkoly, Á Lovas-Kiss, R Fekete, A Takacs, L Somlyay, ...
Preslia 87 (3), 319-328, 2015
Roadside verges and cemeteries: Comparative analysis of anthropogenic orchid habitats in the Eastern Mediterranean
R Fekete, V Löki, R Urgyán, K Süveges, Á Lovas‐Kiss, O Vincze, ...
Ecology and evolution 9 (11), 6655-6664, 2019
Endozoochory by mallard in New Zealand: what seeds are dispersed and how far?
RD Bartel, JL Sheppard, Á Lovas-Kiss, AJ Green
PeerJ 6, e4811, 2018
Plant dispersal syndromes are unreliable, especially for predicting zoochory and long-distance dispersal
AJ Green, C Baltzinger, Á Lovas-Kiss
Oikos, 2021
Herb endozoochory by cockatoos: Is ‘foliage the fruit’?
G Blanco, C Bravo, D Chamorro, Á Lovas‐Kiss, F Hiraldo, JL Tella
Austral ecology 45 (1), 122-126, 2020
Strong potential for endozoochory by waterfowl in a rare, ephemeral wetland plant species, Astragalus contortuplicatus (Fabaceae)
Á Lovas-Kiss, J Sonkoly, O Vincze, AJ Green, A Takács, AV Molnár
Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae 84 (3), 2015
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