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Vollständige Publikationsliste

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Originale Publikationen (ISI – mit Review; nach Jahrgang sortiert)

Fischer MC, Rellstab C, Leuzinger M, Roumet M, Gugerli F. Shimizu KK, Holderegger R, Widmer A 2017. Estimating genmic diversity and population differentiation — an empirical of microsatellite and SNP variation in Arabidopsis halleri. BMC Genomics in 18: 69. [pdf]

Milanesi P, Holderegger R, Bollmann K, Gugerli F, Zellweger F 2017. Three-dimensional habitat structure and landscape genetics: a step forward in estimating funtional connectivity. Ecology 98: 393–402.

Rellstab C, Fischer MC, Zoller, S, Graf R, Tedder A, Shimizu KK, Widmer A, Holderegger R, Gugerli F 2017. Local adaptation (mostly) remains local — Re-assessing environmental associations of climate-related candidate SNPs in Arabidopsis halleri. Heredity 118: 193–201.


Burkart S, Gugerli F, Senn J, Kuehn R, Bolliger J 2016. Evaluating the functionality of expert-assessed wildlife corridors with genetic data from roe deer. Basic and Applied Ecology 17:52–60.

Frei M, Csencsics D, Brodbeck S, Schweizer E, Bühler C, Gugerli F, Bolliger J 2016.  Combining land­scape genetics, radio-tracking and long-term monitoring to derive management implications for Natterjack toads in agricultural landscapes (Epidalea calamita). Journal for Nature Conservation 32: 22–34.

Mosca E, Gugerli F, Eckert AJ, Neale DB 2016. Signatures of natural selection on Pinus cembra and P. mugo along altitudinal gradients in the Alps. Tree Genetics & Genomes 12:9.

Rellstab C, Bühler A, Graf R, Folly C, Gugerli F. Using joint multivariate analyses of leaf mor­phology and neutral molecular markers for taxon identification in three hybridizing European white oak species (Quercus spp.). Annals of Forest Science 73: 669–679.

Rellstab C, Zoller S, Walthert L, Lesur I, Pluess AR, Graf R, Bodénèse C, Sperisen C, Kremer A, Gugerli F 2016. Signatures of local adaptation in candidate genes of oaks (Quercus spp.) in respect to present and future climatic conditions. Molecular Ecology 25: 5907–5924.

Schmid M, Csencsics D, Gugerli F 2016. Repetitive flanking sequences challenge microsatellite marker development: a case study in the lepidopteran Melanargia galathea. Molecular Ecolo­gy Resources 16:1499–1507.


Neuschulz EL, Mueller T, Bollmann K, Gugerli F, Böhning-Gaese K 2015. Seed persistence as a driver for directed food caching behavior. Journal of Animal Ecology 84: 71–78.
Rellstab C, Gugerli F, Eckert AJ, Hancock AM, Holderegger R 2015. A practical guide to environmental association analysis in landscape genomics. Molecular Ecology 24: 4348–4370.

Stockenhuber R, Zoller S, Shimizu-Inatsugi R, Gugerli F, Shimizu KK, Widmer A, Fischer MC 2015. Efficient detection of novel nuclear markers for Brassicaceae by transcriptome sequencing. PLoS ONE 10: e0128181. [pdf]


Buehler D, Brodbeck S, Holderegger R, Schnyder E, Gugerli F 2014. Validation of outlier loci through replication in independent data sets: a test on Arabis alpina. Ecology & Evolution 4: 4296–4306. [pdf]

Gerber S, Chadœuf J, Gugerli F, Lascoux M, Buiteveld J, Cottrell JE, Dounavi A, Fineschi S, Forrest LL, Fogelqvist J, Goicoechea PG, Jensen JS, Salvini D, Vendramin GG, Kremer A 2014. High rates of gene flow by pollen and seed in oak populations across Europe. PLoS ONE 9: e85130. [pdf]

Lendvay B, Höhn M, Brodbeck S, Mindrescu M, Gugerli F 2014. Genetic structure in Pinus cembra from the Carpathian Mountains inferred from nuclear and chloroplast microsatellites suggests postglacial range contraction and identifies introduced individuals. Tree Genetics & Genomes 10: 1419–1433. [view-only pdf]


Buehler D, Poncet BN Holderegger R, Manel S, Taberlet P, Gugerli F 2013. An outlier locus relevant in habitat-mediated selection in an alpine plant across independent regional replicates. Evolutionary Ecology 27: 285–300.

Fischer MC, Rellstab C, Tedder A, Zoller S, Gugerli F, Shimizu KK, Holderegger R, Widmer A 2013. Population genomic footprints of selection and associations with climate in natural populations of Arabidopsis halleri from the Alps. Molecular Ecology 22: 5594–5607.

Gugerli F, Alvarez N, Tinner W 2013. A deep dig – hindsight on Holocene plant composition from ancient environmental DNA. Molecular Ecology 22: 3433–3436.

Gugerli F, Brandl R, Castagneyrol B, Franc A, Jactel H, Koelewijn H-P, Martin F, Peter M, Pritsch K, Schröder H, Smulders MJM, Kremer A, Ziegenhagen B, Evoltree JERA3 contributors 2013. Community genetics in the time of next generation molecular technologies. Molecular Ecology 22: 3198–3207.

King GM, Gugerli F, Fonti P, Frank DC 2013. Tree growth response along an elevational gradient: climate or genetics? Oecologia, 173: 1587–1600. [view-only pdf]

Rellstab C, Zoller S, Tedder A, Gugerli F, Fischer MC 2013. Validation of SNP allele frequencies determined by pooled next-generation sequencing in natural populations of a non-model plant species. PLoS ONE 8:e80422. [pdf]

Steinbrecher R, Contran N, Gugerli F, Schnitzler J-P, Zimmer I, Menard T, Günthardt-Goerg M 2013. Inter- and intra-specific variability in isoprene production and photosynthesis of Central European oak species. Plant Biology 15 (Suppl. 1): 148–156.

Winkler M, Tribsch A, Schneeweiss GM, Brodbeck S, Gugerli F, Holderegger R, Schönswetter P 2013. Strong nuclear differentiation contrasts with widespread sharing of plastid DNA haplotypes across taxa in European purple saxifrages (Saxifraga sect. Porphyrion subsect. Oppositifoliae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 173: 622–636.

Zulliger D, Schnyder E, Gugerli F 2013. Are adaptive loci transferable across genomes of related species? – Outlier and environmental association analyses in Alpine Brassicaceae species. Molecular Ecology 22: 1626–1639.


Barthe S, Gugerli F, Barkley N, Maggia L, Cardi C, Scotti I 2012. Always look on both sides: phylogenetic information conveyed by simple sequence repeat allele sequences. PLoS ONE 7:e40699. [pdf]

Buehler D, Graf R, Holderegger R, Gugerli F 2012. Contemporary gene flow and mating system of Arabis alpina in a Central European alpine landscape. Annals of Botany 109:1359–1367.

Hepenstrick D, Thiel D, Holderegger R, Gugerli F 2012. Genetic discontinuities in roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) coincide with fenced transportation infrastructure. Basic and Applied Ecology 13: 631–638.

Holderegger R, Gugerli F 2012. Where do you come from, where do you go? Directional migration rates in landscape genetics. Molecular Ecology 21: 5640–5642.

Kormann U, Gugerli F, Ray N, Excoffier L, Bollmann K 2012. Parsimony-based pedigree analysis and individual-based landscape genetics suggest topography to restrict dispersal and connectivity in the endangered capercaillie. Biological Conservation, 152: 241–252.

Landergott U, Gugerli F, Hoebee SE, Finkeldey R, Holderegger R 2012. Effects of seed mass on seedling height and competition in European white oaks. Flora 207:721–725.

Manel S, Gugerli F, Thuiller W, Alvarez N, Legendre P, Holderegger R, Gielly L, Taberlet P, IntraBioDiv Consortium 2012. Broad-scale adaptive genetic variation in alpine plants is driven by temperature and precipitation. Molecular Ecology 21:3729–3738.

Salzer K, Gugerli F 2012. Reduced fitness at early life stages in peripheral vs. core populations of Swiss stone pine (Pinus cembra) is not reflected by levels of inbreeding in seed families. Alpine Botany 122: 75–85. [view-only pdf]

Taberlet P, Zimmermann N, Englisch T, Tribsch A, Holderegger R, Alvarez N, Niklfeld H, Mirek Z, Moilanen A, Ahlmer RW, Ajmone-Marsan P, Bona E, Bovio M, Choler P, Cieślak E, Coldea G, Colli L, Cristea V, Dalmas J-P, Frajman B, Garraud L, Gaudeul M, Gielly L, Gutermann W, Jogan N, Kagalo AA, Korbecka G, Küpfer P, Lequette B, Letz RD, Manel S, Mansion G, Marhold K, Martini F, Negrini R, Niño F, Paun O, Pellecchia M, Perico G, Piekos-Mirkowa H, Prosser F, Puscas M, Ronikier M, Scheuerer M, Schneeweiss GM, Schönswetter P, Schratt-Ehrendorfer L, Schüpfer F, Selvaggi A, Steinmann K, Thiel-Egenter C, van Loo M, Winkler M, Wohlgemuth T, Wraber T, Gugerli F, IntraBioDiv consortium 2012. Genetic diversity in widespread species is not congruent with species richness in alpine plant communities. Ecology Letters 15:1439–1448.

Winkler M, Tribsch A, Schneeweiss GM, Brodbeck S, Gugerli F, Holderegger R, Abbott RJ, Schönswetter P 2012. Tales of the unexpected: Phylogeography of the arctic-alpine model plant Saxifraga oppositifolia (Saxifragaceae) revisited. Molecular Ecology 21: 4618–4630.


Buehler D, Graf R, Holderegger R, Gugerli F 2011.Using the 454 pyrosequencing-based technique in the development of nuclear microsatellite loci in the alpine  plant Arabis alpina (Brassicacea). American Journal of Botany 98: e103–e105.

Kamm U, Gugerli F, Rotach P, Edwards PJ, Holderegger R 2011. Genetic consequences of low local tree density – implications for the management of naturally rare, insect pollinated species in temperate forests. Forest Ecology and Management 262: 1047–1053.

Thiel-Egenter C, Alvarez N, Holderegger R, Tribsch A, Englisch T, Wohlgemuth T, Colli L, Gaudeul M, Gielly L, Jogan N, Linder HP, Negrini R, Niklfeld H, Pellecchia M, Rioux D, Schönswetter P, Taberlet P, Van Loo M, Winkler M, IntraBioDiv Consortium, Gugerli F 2011. Break zones in the distributions of alleles and species in alpine plants. Journal of Biogeography 38: 772–782.

Wirth LR, Waser NM, Graf R, Gugerli F, Landergott U, Erhardt A, Linder HP, Holderegger R 2011. Effects of floral neighborhood and genetic diversity of seeds in high-alpine cushion plants. Oecologia 167: 427–434.


Herrmann D, Poncet BN, Manel S, Rioux D, Gielly L, Taberlet P, Gugerli F 2010. Selection criteria for scoring amplified fragment length polymorphisms (AFLPs) positively affect the reliability of population genetic parameter estimates. Genome 53: 302–310.

Holderegger R, Buehler D, Gugerli F, Manel S. Landscape genetics of plants. Trends in Plant Science 15: 675–683.

Jacob G, Debrunner R, Gugerli F, Schmid B, Bollmann K 2010. Field surveys of capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) in the Swiss Alps underestimated local abundance of the species as revealed by genetic analyses of non-invasive samples. Conservation Genetics 11: 33–44.

Kamm U, Gugerli F, Rotach P, Edwards PJ, Holderegger R 2010. Open areas in a landscape enhance pollen-mediated gene flow of a tree species: evidence from northern Switzerland. Landscape Ecology 25: 903–911.

Manel S, Poncet BN, Legendre P, Gugerli F, Holderegger R 2010. Common factors drive adaptive genetic variation at different spatial scales in Arabis alpina. Molecular Ecology 19: 3824–3835.

Poncet BN, Herrmann D, Gugerli F, Taberlet P, Holderegger R, Gielly L, Rioux D, Thuiller W, Aubert S, Manel S 2010. Tracking genes of ecologial relevance using a genome scan in two independent regional population samples of Arabis alpina. Molecular Ecology 19: 2896–2907.

Wirth LR, Graf R, Gugerli F, Landergott U, Holderegger R 2010. Between-year variation in seed weights across altitudes in the high-alpine plant Eritrichium nanum. Plant Ecology 207: 227–231.

Wirth LR, Graf R, Gugerli F, Landergott U, Holderegger R 2010. Lower selfing rates at higher altitudes in the alpine plant  Eritrichium nanum. American Journal of Botany 97: 899–901.


Alvarez N, Thiel-Egenter C, Tribsch A, Manel S, Taberlet P, Küpfer P, Holderegger R, Brodbeck S, Gaudeul M, Gielly L, Mansion G, Negrini R, Paun O, Pellecchia M, Rioux D, Schönswetter P, Schüpfer F, Van Loo M, Winkler M, Gugerli F, IntraBioDiv consortium 2009. Biogeographic history of alpine plants: substrate ecology drives genetic structures. Ecology Letters 12: 632–640.

Balkenhol N, Gugerli F, Cushman SA, Waits LP, Coulon A, Holderegger R, Wagner HH, participants of the Landscape Genetics Research Agenda Workshop 2007. 2009. Identifying future research needs in landscape genetics: where to from here? Landscape Ecology 24: 455–463.

Gugerli F, Rüegg M, Vendramin GG 2009. Gradual decline in genetic variability in Swiss stone pine populations (Pinus cembra) across Switzerland suggests postglacial re-colonization into the Alps from a common glacial refugium. Botanica Helvetica 119:13–22.

Höhn M, Gugerli F, Abran P, Bisztray G, Buonamici A, Cseke K, Hufnagel L, Sebastiani F, Quintela-Sabarís C, Vendramin GG 2009. Chloroplast DNA variation maintained in marginal populations of Swiss stone pine (Pinus cembra L.) from the Alps and the Carpathians suggests extensive historic gene flow by pollen and seed. Journal of Biogeography 36: 1798–1806.

Kamm U, Rotach P, Gugerli F, Siroky M, Edwards PJ, Holderegger R 2009. Frequent long-distance gene flow in a rare temperate forest tree (Sorbus domestica) on the landscape scale. Heredity 103: 476–482.
Salzer K, Sebastiani F, Gugerli F, Buonamici A, Vendramin GG 2009. Isolation and characterization of eight polymorphic nuclear microsatellite loci in Pinus cembra L. Molecular Ecology Resources 9: 858–861.

Thiel-Egenter C, Gugerli F, Alvarez N, Brodbeck S, Cieślak E, Colli L, Englisch T, Gaudeul M, Gielly L, Korbecka G, Negrini R, Patrini M, Paun O, Pellecchia M, Rioux D, Ronikier M, Schönswetter P, Schüpfer F, Taberlet P, Tribsch A, Van Loo M, Winkler M, Holderegger R, IntraBioDiv Consortium 2009. Effects of life history traits on high-mountain plant genetic diversity: a multi-species, large-scale study across the Alps and the Carpathians. Global Ecology & Biogeography 18: 78–87.

Thiel-Egenter C, Holderegger R, Brodbeck S, Intrabiodiv Consortium, Gugerli F 2009. Concordant genetic breaks, identified by combining clustering and tessellation methods, in two co-distributed alpine plant species. Molecular Ecology 18: 4495–4507.


Gugerli F 2008. Old seeds from the cold. Science 322:1789. [pdf]

Gugerli F, Brodbeck S, Holderegger R 2008a. Utility of multilocus genotypes for taxon assignment in stands of closely related European white oaks from Switzerland. Annals of Botany 102: 855–863.

Gugerli F, Brodbeck S, Holderegger R 2008b. Insertions/deletions in a microsatellite flanking region may be resolved by variation in stuttering patterns. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 26: 255–262.

Gugerli F, Gall R, Meier F, Wermelinger B 2008. Pronounced fluctuations of spruce bark beetle (Scolytinae: Ips typographus) populations did not result in bottleneck-induced genetic differentiation. Forest Ecology and Management 256: 405–409.

Gugerli F, Tribsch A, Niklfeld H, Mirek Z, Ronikier M, Englisch T, Zimmermann N, Taberlet P, IntraBioDiv Consortium 2008. Relationships among levels of biodiversity and the relevance of intraspecific diversity in conservation – a project synopsis. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 10: 259–281.

Holderegger R, Hermann D, Poncet B, Gugerli F, Taberlet P, Gielly L, Rioux D, Thuiller W, Brodbeck S, Aubert S, Manel S 2008. Land ahead: Using genome scans to identify molecular markers of adaptive relevance. Plant Ecology and Diversity 1: 273–283. [pdf]

Scotti I, Gugerli F, Pastorelli R, Sebastiani F, Vendramin GG 2008. Maternally and paternally inherited molecular markers elucidate population patterns and inferred dispersal processes on a small scale within a subalpine stand of Norway spruce [Picea abies (L.) Karst.]. Forest Ecology and Management 255: 3806–3812.

Tollefsrud MM, Kissling R, Gugerli F, Johnsen Ø, Skroppa T, Cheddadi R, van der Knaap P, Latalowa M, Terhürne-Berson R, Litt T, Geburek T, Brochmann C, Sperisen C 2008. Genetic consequences of glacial survival and postglacial colonization in Norway spruce: combined analysis of mitochondrial DNA and fossil pollen. Molecular Ecology 17: 3134–3150.


Gugerli F, Walser J-C, Dounavi K, Holderegger R, Finkeldey R 2007. Coincidence of small-scale spatial discontinuities in leaf morphology and nuclear microsatellite variation of Quercus petraea and Q. robur in a mixed forest. Annals of Botany 99: 713–722.

Hoebee SE, Arnold U, Düggelin C, Gugerli F, Brodbeck S, Rotach P, Holderegger R 2007. Mating patterns and contemporary gene flow by pollen in a large continuous and a small isolated population of the scattered forest tree Sorbus torminalis. Heredity 99: 47–55.

Werth S, Gugerli F, Holderegger R, Wagner HH, Csencsics D, Scheidegger C 2007. Landscape-level gene flow in Lobaria pulmonaria, an epiphytic lichen. Molecular Ecology 16: 2807–2815.


Fournier N, Rigling A, Dobbertin M, Gugerli F 2006. Faible différenciation génétique, à partir d'ampli­fi­cation aléatoire d'ADN polymorphe (RAPD), entre les types de pin sylvestre (Pinus sylvestris L.) d'altitude et de plaine dans les Alpes à climat continental. Annals of Forest Science 63: 431–439.

Holderegger R, Kamm U, Gugerli F 2006. Adaptive vs. neutral genetic diversity: implications for landscape genetics. Landscape Ecology 21: 797–807.

Werth S, Wagner HH, Gugerli F, Holderegger R, Csencsics D, Kalwij JM, Scheidegger C 2006. Quanti­fy­ing dispersal and establishment limitation in a population of an epiphytic lichen. Ecology 87: 2037–2046.


Gugerli F, Parducci L, Petit RJ 2005. Research Review – Ancient plant DNA: palaeogenetics on the move. New Phytologist 166, 409–418.

Holderegger R, Angelone S, Brodbeck S, Csencsics D, Gugerli F, Hoebee SE, Finkeldey R 2005. Appli­ca­tion of genetic markers to the discrimination of European Black Poplar (Populus nigra) from American Black Poplar (P. deltoides) and Hybrid Poplars (P. x canadensis) in Switzerland. Trees 19: 743–748.

Wagner H, Werth S, Holderegger R, Gugerli F, Hoebee SE, Scheidegger C 2005. Variogram ana­lysis of the spatial genetic structure of continuous populations using multi-locus microsatellite data. Genetics 169: 1739–1732. [pdf]

Walser J-C, Holderegger R, Gugerli F, Hoebee S, Scheidegger C 2005. Microsatellites reveal regio­nal population differentiation and isolation in Lobaria pulmonaria, an epiphytic lichen. Mole­cular Ecology 14: 457–467.


Hilfiker K, Gugerli F, Schütz J-P, Rotach P, Holderegger R 2004. Low RAPD variation and female-biased sex ratio indicate genetic drift in small populations of the dioecious conifer Taxus bac­cata in Switzerland. Conservation Genetics 5: 357–365.

Hilfiker K, Holderegger R, Rotach P, Gugerli F 2004. Dynamics of genetic variation in Taxus bac­cata: local versus regional perspectives. Canadian Journal of Botany 82: 219–227.

Walser J-C, Gugerli F, Holderegger R, Kuonen D, Scheidegger C 2004. How sexual are lichens? Recombination and clonal propagation in natural populations. Heredity 93: 322–329.


Gugerli F, Bauert MR 2001. Growth and reproduction of Polygonum viviparum show weak respon­ses to experimentally increased temperature at a Swiss Alpine site. Botanica Helvetica 111: 169–180.

Gugerli F, Senn J, Anzidei M, Madaghiele A, Büchler U, Sperisen C, Vendramin GG 2001a. Chloro­plast microsatellites and mitochondrial nad1 intron 2 sequences indicate phylogeographic relationship of Swiss stone pine (Pinus cembra), Siberian stone pine (P. sibirica), and Siberian dwarf pine (P. pumila). Molecular Ecology 10: 1489–1497.

Gugerli F, Sperisen C, Büchler U, Brunner I, Brodbeck S, Palmer JD, Qiu Y-L 2001b. The evolu­tion­ary split of Pinaceae from other conifers: evidence from an intron loss and a multigene phylo­geny. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 21: 167–175.

Gugerli F, Sperisen C, Büchler U, Magni F, Geburek T, Jeandroz S, Senn J 2001c. Haplotype vari­ation in a mitochondrial tandem repeat of Norway spruce (Picea abies) populations suggests a serious founder effect during postglacial re-colonization of the western Alps. Molecular Eco­logy 10: 1255–1263.
Award for best scientific publication within WSL (2001)

Sperisen C, Büchler U, Gugerli F, Mátyás G, Geburek T, Vendramin GG 2001. Tandem repeats in plant mitochondrial genomes: application to the analysis of population differentiation in the conifer Norway spruce. Molecular Ecology 10: 257–263.


Eichenberger K, Gugerli F, Schneller JJ 2000. Morphological and genetic diversity of Swiss common bean races (Phaseolus vulgaris L., Fabaceae) and their origin. Botanica Helvetica 110: 61–77.

Sperisen C, Gugerli F, Büchler U, Mátyás G 2000. Comparison of two rapid DNA extraction proto­cols for gymnosperms for application in population genetic and phylogenetic studies. Forest Genetics 7: 133–136.


Arft AM, Walker MD, Gurevitch J, Alatalo J, Bret-Harte MS, Dale M, Diemer M, Gugerli F, Henry GHR, Jones MH, Hollister R, Jónsdóttir IS, Laine K, Lévesque E, Marion GM, Molau U, Møl­gaard P, Nordenhäll U, Raszhivin V, Robinson CH, Starr G, Stenström A, Stenström M, Totland Ø, Turner L, Walker L, Webber PJ, Welker JM, Wookey PA 1999. Responses of tundra plants to experimental warming: meta-analysis of the International Tundra Experiment. Ecological Monographs 69: 491–511.

Gugerli F, Eichenberger K, Schneller JJ 1999. Promiscuity in populations of the cushion plant Saxi­fraga oppositifolia in the Swiss Alps as inferred from RAPDs. Molecular Ecology 8: 453–461.


Gugerli F 1998. Effect of elevation on sexual reproduction in alpine populations of Saxifraga oppo­sitifolia (Saxifragaceae). Oecologia 114: 60–66. [view-only pdf]

Schneller JJ, Holderegger R, Gugerli F, Eichenberger K, Lutz E 1998. Patterns of genetic variation detected by RAPDs suggest single origin with subsequent mutations and long-distance disper­sal in the apomictic fern Dryopteris remota (Dryopteridaceae). American Journal of Botany 85: 1038–1042.


Gugerli F 1997. Hybridization of Saxifraga oppositifolia L. and S. biflora All. (Saxifragaceae) in a mixed alpine population. Plant Systematics and Evolution 207: 255–274.

Gugerli F 1997. Sexual reproduction in Saxifraga oppositifolia L. and Saxifraga biflora All. (Saxi­fragaceae) in the Alps. International Journal of Plant Sciences 158: 274–281.

Stenström M, Gugerli F, Henry GHR 1997. Response of Saxifraga oppositifolia L. to simulated cli­mate change at three contrasting latitudes. Global Change Biology 3: 44–54.


Gugerli F 1993. Samenbank als Grundlage für die Rückführung von Fettweisen zu extensiv genutz­ten, artenreichen Wiesen? Botanica Helvetica 103: 177–191.

Zusätzlich, Konsortium-bezogene Beiträge (alphabetisch)

Alvarez, N., Arrigo, N., IntraBioDiv Consortium 2008. An R (CRAN) scripts collection for computing genetic structure similarities based on STRUCTURE 2 outputs. Molecular Ecology Resources 8: 757–762.

Alvarez N, Manel S, Schmitt T, IntraBioDiv Consortium 2012. Contrasting diffusion of Quaternary gene pools across Europe: the case of the arctic-alpine Gentiana nivalis L. (Gentianaceae). Flora 207: 408–413.

Coldea G, Stoică I-A, Puşcaş M, Ursu T, Oprea A, IntraBioDiv Consortium 2009. Alpine–subalpine species richness of the Romanian Carpathians and the current conservation status of rare species. Biodiversity and Conservation 18: 1441–1458.

Ehrich D, Gaudeul M, Assefa A, Koch M, Mummenhoff K, Nemomissa S, IntraBioDiv Consortium, Brochmann C 2007. Genetic consequences of Pleistocene range shifts: contrast between the Arctic, the Alps and the East African mountains. Molecular Ecology 16: 2542–2559.

Manel S, Berthoud F, Bellemain E, Gaudeul M, Luikart G, Swenson JE, Waits LP, Taberlet P, IntraBioDiv Consortium 2007. A new individual-based spatial approach for identifying genetic discontinuities in natural populations. Molecular Ecology 16: 2031–2043.

Meirmans PG, Goudet J, IntraBioDiv Consortium, Gaggiotti OE 2011. Ecology and life history affect different aspects of the population structure of 27 high-alpine plants. Molecular Ecology 20: 3144–3155.

Mraz P, Gaudeul M, Gielly L, Choler P, Taberlet P, IntraBioDiv Consortium 2007. Genetic structure of Hypochaeris uniflora (Asteraceae) suggests vicariance in the Carpathians and rapid post-glacial colonization of the Alps from an eastern Alpine refugium. Journal of Biogeography 34: 2100–2114.

Paun O, Schönswetter P, Winkler M, IntraBioDiv Consortium, Tribsch A 2008. Historical divergence versus contemporary gene flow: evolutionary history of the calcicole Ranunculus alpestris group (Ranunculaceae) in the European Alps and the Carpathians. Molecular Ecology 17: 4263–4275.

Tribsch A, Taberlet P, IntraBioDiv Consortium 2006. The EU-Project IntraBioDiv – Tracking surrogates for intraspecific biodiversity: towards efficient selection strategies for the conservation of natural genetic resources using comparative mapping and modelling approaches. In: Price MA (ed.), Global Change in Mountain Regions, 148–150. Sapiens Publishing, Duncow, Kirkmahoe, Dumfrieshire.

Winkler M, Tribsch A, Paun O, Englisch T, IntraBioDiv Consortium, Schönswetter P 2010. Pleistocene distribution range shifts were accompanied by breeding system divergence within Hornungia alpina (Brassicaceae) in the Alps. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 54: 571–582.

Originale Publikationen, Übersichtsartikel, Buchkapitel, Konferenzbeiträge (mit Review; chronologisch)

Gugerli F, Balkenhol N, Bolliger J 2016. Genfluss und Landschaftszerschneidung. In: Holderegger R, Segelbacher G (Eds.) Naturschutzgenetik — ein Handbuch für die Praxis. Haupt, Bern.

Gugerli F, Frank A, Rellstab C, Pluess AR, Moser B, Arend M, Sperisen C, Wohlgemuth T, Heiri C 2016. Genetische Variation und lokale Anpassung bei Waldbaumarten im Zeichen des Klimawandels. In: Pluess AR, Augustin S, Brang P (eds.), Wald und Klimawandel. Grundlagen für Adaptationsstrategien, 93–113. Haupt, Bern. [pdf: DE oder FR]

Gugerli F, Hayes S 2016. Training activities. In: Kremer A, Hayes S, González-Martínez SC (eds.), Evolution of Trees and Forest Communities: Ten Years of the EVOLTREE Network, 27–29. PG Edition, Bordeaux.

Gugerli F, Holderegger 2016. Genetische Methoden. In: Holderegger R, Segelbacher G (Eds.) Naturschutzgenetik — ein Handbuch für die Praxis. Haupt, Bern.

Lefèvre F, Pichot C, Beuker E, Kowalczyk J, Matras J, Ziehe M, Villar M, Peter M, Gugerli F, Orazio C, Cordero R, Alía R, von Halder I, González-Martínez SC 2016. Intensive Study Sites. In: Kremer A, Hayes S, González-Martínez SC (eds.), Evolution of Trees and Forest Communities: Ten Years of the EVOLTREE Network, 11–14. PG Edition, Bordeaux.

Sperisen C, Pluess AR, Arend M, Brang P, Gugerli F, Heiri C 2016. Erhaltung genetischer Ressourcen im Schweizer Wald — heutige Situation und Handlungsbedarf angesichts des Klimawandels. In: Pluess AR, Augustin S, Brang P (eds.), Wald und Klimawandel. Grundlagen für Adaptationsstrategien, 367–383. Haupt, Bern. (auch in französisch)

Kamm U, Gugerli F, Rotach P, Edwards PJ, Holderegger R 2012. Selten & zerstreut: Auswirkungen auf den Paarungserfolg des Speierlings. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Forstwesen 163: 130–136.

Kremer A, Vinceti B, Alía R, Burczyk J, Cavers S, Degen B, Finkeldey R, Fluch S, Gömöry D, Gugerli F, Koelewijn HP, Koskela J, Lefèvre F, Morgante M, Müller-Starck G, Plomion C, Taylor G, Turok J, Savolainen O, Ziegenhagen B 2011. Forest ecosystem genomics and adaptation: EVOLTREE conference report. Tree Genetics & Genomes 7: 869–875.

Gugerli F, Sperisen C 2010. Genetische Struktur von Waldbäumen im Alpenraum als Folge (post)glazialer Populationsgeschichte. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Forstwesen 161: 207–215.

Tribsch A, Englisch T, Gugerli F, Holderegger R, Niklfeld H, Steinmann K, Thiel-Egenter C, Zimmermann NE, Taberlet P, IntraBioDiv Consortium 2010. Integrating data across biodiversity levels; the project IntraBioDiv. In: Körner C, Spehn EM (eds.), Data Mining for Global Trends in Mountain Biodiversity, 89–105. CRC/Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton.

Gugerli F 2009. Können genetische Grundlagen zur nachhaltigen Waldnutzung beitragen? Forum für Wissen 2009: 103–109. [pdf]

Gugerli F, Jacob G, Bollmann K 2008. Molekulare Marker erzählen aus dem Geschichtenbuch: Auerhuhn-Populationsgenetik in den Schweizer Alpen. Ornithologischer Beobachter 105: 77–84.

Duelli P, Baur P, Buchecker M, Gugerli F, Holderegger R, Wohlgemuth T 2007. The role of value systems in landscape research. In: Kienast F, Ghosh S, Wildi O (eds.), A Changing World: Challenges for Landscape Research, 27–34. Springer, Dordrecht.

Holderegger R, Gugerli F, Scheidegger C, Taberlet P 2007. Integrating population genetics with land­scape ecology to infer spatio-temporal processes. In: Kienast F, Ghosh S, Wildi O (eds.), A Changing World: Challenges for Landscape Research, 145–156. Springer, Dordrecht.

Gugerli F, Sperisen C, Mátyás G, Senn J, Anzidei M, Vendramin GG 2002. Molecular markers help to reveal postglacial re-colonisation routes of forest tree species in the Alpine region. In: Bot­tarin R, Tappeiner U (eds.), Interdisciplinary Mountain Research, 156–161. Blackwell Science, Berlin, Wien.

Gugerli F, Holderegger R 2001. Nunatak survival, tabula rasa and the influence of the Pleistocene ice-ages on plant evolution in mountain areas. Trends in Plant Science 6: 397–398.

Gugerli F 2000. Fortpflanzung bei Saxifraga oppositifolia und S. biflora unter alpinen Bedingungen – Fremdbestäubung als genetische Versicherung? Bauhinia 14: 53–65. [pdf]

von Flüe I, Gugerli F, Holderegger R, Schneller JJ 1999. Genetic and morphological variability in alpine Saxifraga oppositifolia after colonization. Feddes Repertorium 110: 555–559.

Andere Publikationen

Gugerli F, Rellstab R 2017. Genetische Forschung mit Misoxer Nadelbäumen. Terra Grischuna 1/17: 28–31. [pdf]

Bolliger J, Junge X, Wülser G, Pohl C, Vaupel A, Gugerli F, Teilnehmende der GeneMig Workshops 2015. Herausforderungen und Chancen in der Zusammenarbeit Praxis–Wissenschaft — ein Erfahrungsbericht. N&L Inside 2/15: 24–28.

Bonfils P, Rigling A, Brändli U-B, Brang P, Forster B, Engesser R, Gugerli F, Junod P, Müller R, Günthardt-Goerg MS 2015. Die Eiche im Klimawandel — Potenzial und Zukunftschancen einer Baumart. Eidg. Forschungsanstalt WSL, Birmensdorf, 12 pg. [pdf]

Gugerli F, Holderegger R 2015. Genetische Ressourcen. In: Rigling A, Schaffer HP (Eds.) Waldbericht 2015. Zustand und Nutzung des Schweizer Waldes. Bundesamt für Umwelt, Bern, Eidg. Forschungsanstalt WSL, Birmensdorf, pp. 82–83.

Holderegger R, Bolliger M, Gugerli F 2015. Wie weit fliegen Pollenkörner? Wald und Holz 3/15: 31-33.

Schmid M, Birrer S, Bolliger J, Csencsics D, Gugerli F 2015. Monitoring genetischer Vielfalt: Fallbeispiel Schachbrettfalter. N&L Inside 1/15: 19–24.

Frei M, Csencsics D, Bühler C, Gugerli F, Bolliger J 2014. Wie gut vernetzt sind Vorkommen der Kreuzkröte in einer landwirtschaftlich geprägten Landschaft? N&L Inside 4/14: 16–20.

Gugerli F, Holderegger R 2013. Die Alpen als Barriere und Schmelztiegel. Hotspot 27: 12–13. [pdf]

Bolliger J, Junge X, Vaupel A, Gugerli F 2013. Wissenschaft und Praxis im Dialog über Landschaftsgenetik. N&L inside 1/13: 16–19.

Brodbeck S, Cioldi F, Gugerli F 2012. Genetische Spurensuche im Arvenwald. Wald und Holz 6/2012: 31–34. [pdf] (french version: Recherche génétique de traces dans l'arolière. La Forêt 1/2013: 15–19. )

Hepenstrick D, Gugerli F, Holderegger R, Senn J, Gremminger T, Thiel D 2010. Fragmentierung in einem Wildtierkorridor von nationaler Bedeutung. N&L inside 3/10: 21–23.

Brodbeck S, Gugerli F 2010. Die Arve – Königin der Alpen. Die Alpen 2010/06: 32–37. [pdf]

Hilfiker K, Gugerli F, Holderegger R 2009. Ist das Geschlechterverhältnis der Eibe von praktischer Bedeutung? In: Scheeder T (Ed.), Der Eibenfreund, 74–77.

Gugerli F 2006. Wenn Alpenpflanzen fremdgehen. Der Gartenbau 10/06, 6–8. Holderegger R, Gugerli F 2006. Moderne Forschung ist auf Sammlungen angewiesen. Hotspot 13: 13. [pdf]

Rigling A, Dobbertin M, Bürgi M, Gimmi U, Graf Pannatier E, Gugerli F, Heiniger U, Polomski J, Rebetez M, Rigling D, Weber P, Wermelinger B, Wohlgemuth T 2006. Verdrängen Flaumeichen die Walliser Waldföhren? Merkblatt für die Praxis, Eidg. Forschungsanstalt WSL, Birmensdorf, 16 pg.

Gugerli F, Brodbeck S, Holderegger R 2005. Die unerträgliche Leichtigkeit, eine reine Eiche zu sein. Informationsblatt Forschungsbreich Landschaft 63: 1–5.

Gugerli F 2005. Auch Alpenpflanzen gehen fremd. Alpen (SAC) 2005: 22–26. [pdf]

Wirth L, Angelone S, Hoebee SE, Arnold U, Düggelin C, Hilfiker K, Brodbeck S, Gugerli F, Holder­egger R 2005. Fruchtbarkeit trotz Einsamkeit. Wald und Holz 2005/2: 33–35.

Wirth L, Hoebee SE, Arnold U, Düggelin C, Brodbeck S, Rotach P, Gugerli F, Holderegger R 2005. Destination unbekannt? Corminaria 23: 3–5.

Ulber M, Gugerli F, Bozic G 2004. EUFORGEN Technical Guidelines for genetic conservation and use for Swiss stone pine (Pinus cembra). International Plant Genetic Resources Institute, Rome.

Hilfiker K, Ulber M, Gugerli F, Rotach P, Bonfils P, Holderegger R 2003. Mehr Weibchen als Männ­chen. Wald und Holz 2003/2: 44–46.

Gugerli F 2002. Hansen: Bioinformatik. Ein Leitfaden für Naturwissenschaftler (book review). Schwei­zerische Zeitschrift für das Forstwesen 153: 79.

Gugerli F 2001. Reaktion von Tundrapflanzen auf Klimaerwärmung – Resultate aus einem circum­polar-alpinen Grossversuch. In: Haudenschild R (ed.) Die Polarforschung als Schlüssel zum Verständnis der globalen Veränderungen, 31–38. Schweizerische Kommission für Polar­forschung SKP, Bern.

Gugerli F 2001. Bell & Hemsley: Green Plants – Their Origin and Diversity (book review). Schwei­zer­ische Zeitschrift für das Forstwesen 152: 258.

Gugerli F 2000. Körner: Alpine Plant Life (book review). Vierteljahresschrift der Natur­for­schenden Gesellschaft in Zürich 145: 64.

Gugerli F 1998. Grössere Konkurrenz in der arktischen Flora. Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 25.11.98: p. 69.