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Interdisciplinary Collaborative Research Centre 1076 at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena
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A deep learning-based approach for banana leaf diseases classification
J Amara, B Bouaziz, A Algergawy
Datenbanksysteme für Business, Technologie und Web (BTW 2017)-Workshopband …, 2017
Bacterial–fungal interactions: ecology, mechanisms and challenges
A Deveau, G Bonito, J Uehling, M Paoletti, M Becker, S Bindschedler, ...
FEMS microbiology reviews 42 (3), 335-352, 2018
Global soil biodiversity atlas.
A Orgiazzi, RD Bardgett, E Barrios
Global soil biodiversity atlas, Contributors: Küsel K., Totsche K.U., 73, 2016
Cyanate as an energy source for nitrifiers
M Palatinszky, C Herbold, N Jehmlich, M Pogoda, P Han, M von Bergen, ...
Nature 524 (7563), 105-108, 2015
Direct RNA nanopore sequencing of full-length coronavirus genomes provides novel insights into structural variants and enables modification analysis
A Viehweger, S Krautwurst, K Lamkiewicz, R Madhugiri, J Ziebuhr, ...
Genome research 29 (9), 1545-1554, 2019
Persistence of dissolved organic matter explained by molecular changes during its passage through soil
VN Roth, M Lange, C Simon, N Hertkorn, S Bucher, T Goodall, RI Griffiths, ...
Nature Geoscience 12 (9), 755-761, 2019
De novo transcriptome assembly: A comprehensive cross-species comparison of short-read RNA-Seq assemblers
M Hölzer, M Marz
GigaScience 8 (5), giz039, 2019
Predominance of Cand. Patescibacteria in groundwater is caused by their preferential mobilization from soils and flourishing under oligotrophic conditions
M Herrmann, CE Wegner, M Taubert, P Geesink, K Lehmann, L Yan, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 10, 1407, 2019
The active microbial diversity drives ecosystem multifunctionality and is physiologically related to carbon availability in Mediterranean semi‐arid soils
F Bastida, IF Torres, JL Moreno, P Baldrian, S Ondoño, A Ruiz‐Navarro, ...
Molecular ecology 25 (18), 4660-4673, 2016
A systems study reveals concurrent activation of AMPK and mTOR by amino acids
P Dalle Pezze, S Ruf, AG Sonntag, M Langelaar-Makkinje, P Hall, ...
Nature communications 7, 13254, 2016
Calcite biomineralization by bacterial isolates from the recently discovered pristine karstic Herrenberg cave
A Rusznyák, DM Akob, S Nietzsche, K Eusterhues, KU Totsche, TR Neu, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 78 (4), 1157-1167, 2012
How deep can surface signals be traced in the critical zone? Merging biodiversity with biogeochemistry research in a central German Muschelkalk landscape
K Küsel, KU Totsche, SE Trumbore, R Lehmann, C Steinhäuser, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 4, 32, 2016
Plant species diversity affects infiltration capacity in an experimental grassland through changes in soil properties
C Fischer, J Tischer, C Roscher, N Eisenhauer, J Ravenek, G Gleixner, ...
Plant and Soil 397 (1), 1-16, 2015
Microbe-driven chemical ecology: past, present and future
R Schmidt, D Ulanova, LY Wick, HB Bode, P Garbeva
The ISME journal 13 (11), 2656-2663, 2019
Fiber enhanced Raman gas spectroscopy
A Knebl, D Yan, J Popp, T Frosch
TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 103, 230-238, 2018
Genomic reconstruction of multiple lineages of uncultured benthic archaea suggests distinct biogeochemical roles and ecological niches
CS Lazar, BJ Baker, KW Seitz, AP Teske
The ISME journal 11 (5), 1118-1129, 2017
The molecular composition of dissolved organic matter in forest soils as a function of pH and temperature
VN Roth, T Dittmar, R Gaupp, G Gleixner
PLoS One 10 (3), e0119188, 2015
The IWAS-ToolBox: software coupling for an integrated water resources management
T Kalbacher, JO Delfs, H Shao, W Wang, M Walther, L Samaniego, ...
Environmental Earth Sciences 65 (5), 1367-1380, 2012
In situ protein‐SIP highlights Burkholderiaceae as key players degrading toluene by para ring hydroxylation in a constructed wetland model
V Lünsmann, U Kappelmeyer, R Benndorf, PM Martinez‐Lavanchy, ...
Environmental microbiology 18 (4), 1176-1186, 2016
Large fractions of CO2-fixing microorganisms in pristine limestone aquifers appear to be involved in the oxidation of reduced sulfur and nitrogen compounds
M Herrmann, A Rusznyák, DM Akob, I Schulze, S Opitz, KU Totsche, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 81 (7), 2384-2394, 2015
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