Anett Endrédi, MSc
assistant research fellow
Plankton Ecology Research Group
food webs, network analysis, data analysis, statistics, traits
My main research interest focuses on the structure and functioning of aquatic food webs. More specifically, I investigate how food web position and biological traits of trophic groups determine their role in the food web.
I am also interested in the relationship of traits and vulnerability in the case of endangered/rare terrestrial plant species.
Furthermore, I participate in several other project as data analyst (e.g., I work with other kind of networks or even analyse data of plant biofortification experiments).
Endrédi, Anett; Patonai, Katalin; Podani, János; Libralato, Simone; Jordán, Ferenc. Who Is Where in Marine Food Webs? A Trait-Based Analysis of Network Positions FRONTIERS IN MARINE SCIENCE. 8: -
Endrédi, Anett; Senánszky, Vera; Libralato, Simone; Jordán, Ferenc. Food web dynamics in trophic hierarchies ECOLOGICAL MODELLING. 368: 94-103
Jordán, Ferenc; Endrédi, Anett; Liu, Wei-chung; D’Alelio, Domenico. Aggregating a Plankton Food Web: Mathematical versus Biological Approaches MATHEMATICS. 6: Paper 336-
Endrédi, A.; Jordán, Ferenc; Abonyi, A. Trait-based paradise – or only feeding the computer with biology? COMMUNITY ECOLOGY. 19: 319-321
Kovács-Hostyánszki, A; Földesi, R; Báldi, A; Endrédi, A; Jordán, Ferenc. The vulnerability of plant-pollinator communities to honeybee decline: a comparative network analysis in different habitat types ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS. 97: 35-50
Gilián, Lilla Diána; Endrédi, Anett; Zsinka, Bernadett; Neményi, András; Nagy, János György. Morphological and reproductive trait-variability of a food deceptive orchid, Cephalanthera rubra along different altitudes APPLIED ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH. 17: 5619-5639