Highlights from autumn & winter 2015
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I was awarded the title of docent (a peculiar Nordic academic title) by Stockholm University We had our first annual group meeting, which took place at Ekenäs herrgård together with Johan Stenberg‘s research group I was awarded a Junior Researcher grant from Vetenskapsrådet to … Read More

Fieldwork by Pil Rasmussen – spring and summer 2015
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(top) Setting up a PlantPopNet population in the beautiful surrounding of Östra Ryd (North of Stockholm). (bottom-left) Looking at the vegetation and soil community associated with Plantago lanceolata in Åland, Finland, and comparing it to a study done 6 years … Read More

Mesocosm experiment by Pil Rasmussen
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Using swimming pools to detect the impact of dispersal limitation and plant genotype on the belowground community in a lovely experiment run by Pil Rasmussen at the James Hutton Institute:

Highlights from spring 2014
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A bi-yearly update on cool stuff! Pil Rasmussen started her first PhD experiment at the James Hutton Institute (Scotland) in collaboration with Alison Bennett and Roy Neilson A grant from the Societas Entomologica Helsingforsiensis to study the role of Symbionts … Read More

Move to Stockholm!
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Our lab recently moved to Stockholm, where I (Ayco) will start as an assistant professor (‘biträdende lektor’). The position revolves around ‘Plant-based species interactions‘. The new visiting address is: Svante Arrheniusväg 20A 114 18 Stockholm Sweden Postal address: Department of … Read More

Contact
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Ayco Tack Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences University of Stockholm Sweden ayco.tack(at)su.se University webpage (more facts and a CV)

Publications
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Peer-reviewed publications Faticov, M., A. Ekholm, T. Roslin and A. J. M. Tack. 2019. Climate and host genotype jointly shape tree phenology, disease levels and insect attacks. Oikos. PDF (accepted version) Ekholm, A., A. J. M. Tack, P. Pulkkinen and … Read More

Hello world!
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Launch of the website! (some updates and new links may come soon) Here a link to the university website including many facts & CV: www.su.se/profiles/atack

Home
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This lab revolves around plant-based species interactions. Our key aim is to use experimental, theoretical and molecular techniques to study interkingdom interactions between plants, microbes and insects. For this, we will initially focus on three familiar study systems: the below- … Read More

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