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Tanuwidjaja, I. et al.: Microbial key players involved in P turnover differ in artificial soil mixtures depending on clay mineral composition. Microb. Ecol. 81, 897–907 (2021)
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Cania, B. et al.: Biological soil crusts from different soil substrates harbor distinct bacterial groups with the potential to produce exopolysaccharides and lipopolysaccharides. Microb. Ecol. 79, 326-341 (2020)
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Zhu, B.* et al.: Long-read amplicon sequencing of nitric oxide dismutase (nod) genes reveal diverse oxygenic denitrifiers in agricultural soils and lake sediments. Microb. Ecol. 80, 243-247 (2020)
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Treichel, N. et al.: Effect of the nursing mother on the gut microbiome of the offspring during early mouse development. Microb. Ecol. 78, 517–527 (2019)
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Baraniya, D.* et al.: The impact of the diurnal cycle on the microbial transcriptome in the rhizosphere of barley. Microb. Ecol. 75, 830–833 (2018)
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Kostric, M. et al.: Development of a stable lung microbiome in healthy neonatal mice. Microb. Ecol. 75, 529-542 (2018)
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Schmid, C. ; Schröder, P. ; Armbruster, M.* & Schloter, M.: Organic amendments in a long-term field trial-consequences for the bulk soil bacterial community as revealed by network analysis. Microb. Ecol. 76, 226–239 (2018)
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Schulz, S. et al.: Field-scale pattern of denitrifying microorganisms and N2O emission rates indicate a high potential for complete denitrification in an agriculturally used organic soil. Microb. Ecol. 74, 765-770 (2017)
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Gschwendtner, S. et al.: Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on microbial community structure at the plant-soil interface of young beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.) grown at two sites with contrasting climatic conditions. Microb. Ecol. 69, 867-878 (2015)
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Purahong, W.* et al.: Effects of forest management practices in temperate beech forests on bacterial and fungal communities involved in leaf litter degradation. Microb. Ecol. 69, 905-913 (2015)
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Stempfhuber, B. et al.: pH as a driver for ammonia-oxidizing Archaea in forest soils. Microb. Ecol. 69, 879-883 (2015)
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Kuppardt, A.* et al.: Phylogenetic and functional diversity within toluene-degrading, sulphate-reducing consortia enriched from a contaminated aquifer. Microb. Ecol. 68, 222-234 (2014)
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Meyer, A.H.* et al.: Influence of land use intensity on the diversity of ammonia oxidizing bacteria and archaea in soils from grassland ecosystems. Microb. Ecol. 67, 161-166 (2014)
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Ollivier, J. et al.: Abundance and diversity of ammonia-oxidizing prokaryotes in the root-rhizosphere complex of Miscanthus × giganteus grown in heavy metal-contaminated soils. Microb. Ecol. 64, 1038-1046 (2012)
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Pérez-de-Mora, A. ; Engel, M. & Schloter, M.: Abundance and diversity of n-alkane-degrading bacteria in a forest soil co-contaminated with hydrocarbons and metals: A molecular study on alkB homologous genes. Microb. Ecol. 62, 959-972 (2011)
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Buddrus-Schiemann, K. ; Schmid, M. ; Schreiner, K. ; Welzl, G. & Hartmann, A.: Root colonization by Pseudomonas sp. DSMZ 13134 and impact on the indigenous rhizosphere bacterial community of barley. Microb. Ecol. 60, 381-393 (2010)
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Carrasco, L.* et al.: Estimation by PLFA of microbial community structure associated with the rhizosphere of Lygeum spartum and Piptatherum miliaceum growing in semiarid mine tailings. Microb. Ecol. 60, 265-271 (2010)
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Kleineidam, K. et al.: Effect of sulfadiazine on abundance and diversity of denitrifying bacteria by determining nirK and nirS genes in two arable soils. Microb. Ecol. 60, 703-707 (2010)
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Töwe, S. et al.: Abundance of microbes involved in nitrogen transformation in the rhizosphere of Leucanthemopsis alpina (L.) Heywood grown in soils from different sites of the Damma glacier forefield. Microb. Ecol. 60, 762-770 (2010)
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Fuka, M.M. et al.: Changes of diversity pattern of proteolytic bacteria over time and space in an agricultural soil. Microb. Ecol. 57, 391-401 (2009)