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Brankatsch, R.* ; Töwe, S.* ; Kleineidam, K. ; Schloter, M. & Zeyer, J.*: Abundances and potential activities of nitrogen cycling microbial communities along a chronosequence of a glacier forefield. ISME J. 5, 1025-1037 (2011)
Engel, A.S.* et al.: Linking phylogenetic and functional diversity to nutrient spiraling in microbial mats from Lower Kane Cave (USA). ISME J. 4, 98-110 (2010)
Peña, A.* et al.: Fine-scale evolution: Genomic, phenotypic and ecological differentiation in two coexisting Salinibacter ruber strains. ISME J. 4, 882-895 (2010)
Winderl, C. ; Penning, H. ; von Netzer, F. ; Meckenstock, R.U. & Lüders, T.: DNA-SIP identifies sulfate-reducing Clostridia as important toluene degraders in tar-oil-contaminated aquifer sediment. ISME J. 4, 1314-1325 (2010)
Hallin, S.* ; Jones, C.M.* ; Schloter, M. & Philippot, L.*: Relationship between N-cycling communities and ecosystem functioning in a 50-year-old fertilization experiment. ISME J. 3, 597-605 (2009)
Hesselsoe, M.* et al.: Isotope array analysis of Rhodocyclales uncovers functional redundancy and versatility in an activated sludge. ISME J. 3, 1349-1364 (2009)
Rosenberg, K.* et al.: Soil amoebae rapidly change bacterial community composition in the rhizosphere of Arabidopsis thaliana. ISME J. 3, 675-684 (2009)
Le Roux, X.* et al.: Effects of aboveground grazing on coupling among nitrifier activity, abundance and community structure. ISME J. 2, 221-232 (2008)
Rosselló-Mora, R.* et al.: Metabolic evidence for biogeographic isolation of the extremophilic bacterium Salinibacter ruber. ISME J. 2, 242-253 (2008)
Kunapuli, U. ; Lüders, T. & Meckenstock, R.U.: The use of stable isotope probing to identify key iron-reducing microorganisms involved in anaerobic benzene degradation. ISME J. 1, 643-653 (2007)
Radl, V.* et al.: Effects of cattle husbandry on abundance and activity of methanogenic archaea in upland soils. ISME J. 1, 443-452 (2007)