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Publikationsliste Prof. Dr. Marcus Andreas Horn

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Dijk, H. V., Kaupper, T., Bothe, C., Lee, H. J., Bodelier, P. L. E., Horn, M. A., & Ho, A. (2021). Discrepancy in exchangeable and soluble ammonium-induced effects on aerobic methane oxidation: a microcosm study of a paddy soil. Biology and fertility of soils, 57(6), 873-880.

Gkoutselis, G., Rohrbach, S., Harjes, J., Obst, M., Brachmann, A., Horn, M. A., & Rambold, G. (2021). Microplastics accumulate fungal pathogens in terrestrial ecosystems. Scientific reports, 11(1), [13214].

Grunert, O., Kaupper, T., Harnisz, M., Horn, M. A., & Ho, A. (2021). The interaction induced response next to changes in activity and community composition provide a comprehensive understanding of the resilience of the microorganisms after peat mining. in Proceedings of the II International Symposium on Growing Media, Soilless Cultivation, and Compost Utilization in Horticulture (S. 359-368). (Acta Horticulturae; Band 1317). International Society for Horticultural Science.

Guerrero-Cruz, S., Vaksmaa, A., Horn, M. A., Niemann, H., Pijuan, M., & Ho, A. (2021). Methanotrophs: Discoveries, Environmental Relevance, and a Perspective on Current and Future Applications. Frontiers in microbiology, 12, [678057].

Hetz, S., & Horn, M. A. (2021). Burkholderiaceae Are Key Acetate Assimilators During Complete Denitrification in Acidic Cryoturbated Peat Circles of the Arctic Tundra. Frontiers in microbiology, 12, [628269].

Horn, M. A., & Hetz, S. (2021). Microbial nitrogen cycling in permafrost soils: implications for atmospheric chemistry. in S. Liebner, & L. Ganzert (Hrsg.), Microbial Life in the Cryosphere and Its Feedback on Global Change (Band 7, S. 53-111). (Life in Extreme Environments). de Gruyter.

Jaeger, A., Posselt, M., Schaper, J. L., Betterle, A., Rutere, C., Coll, C., Mechelke, J., Raza, M., Meinikmann, K., Portmann, A., Blaen, P. J., Horn, M. A., Krause, S., & Lewandowski, J. (2021). Transformation of organic micropollutants along hyporheic flow in bedforms of river-simulating flumes. Scientific reports, 11(1), [13034].

Kaupper, T., Mendes, L. W., Harnisz, M., Krause, S. M. B., Horn, M. A., & Ho, A. (2021). Recovery of Methanotrophic Activity Is Not Reflected in the Methane-Driven Interaction Network after Peat Mining. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 87(5).

Kaupper, T., Mendes, L. W., Lee, H. J., Mo, Y., Poehlein, A., Jia, Z., Horn, M. A., & Ho, A. (2021). When the going gets tough: Emergence of a complex methane-driven interaction network during recovery from desiccation-rewetting. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 153, [108109].

Maurer, D., Malique, F., Alfarraj, S., Albasher, G., Horn, M. A., Butterbach-Bahl, K., Dannenmann, M., & Rennenberg, H. (2021). Interactive regulation of root exudation and rhizosphere denitrification by plant metabolite content and soil properties. Plant and soil, 467(1-2), 107-127.

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