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Ainara Leizeaga Sanchez
Ainara Leizeaga Sanchez
PhD student, Lund University
Verified email at biol.lu.se
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Partial drying accelerates bacterial growth recovery to rewetting
A Meisner, A Leizeaga, J Rousk, E Bĺĺth
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 112, 269-276, 2017
792017
Soil microbial moisture dependences and responses to drying–rewetting: the legacy of 18 years drought
EA de Nijs, LC Hicks, A Leizeaga, A Tietema, J Rousk
Global Change Biology 25 (3), 1005-1015, 2019
722019
Using Click-Chemistry for Visualizing in Situ Changes of Translational Activity in Planktonic Marine Bacteria
A Leizeaga, M Estrany, I Forn, M Sebastián
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 2360, 2017
312017
Drought legacy affects microbial community trait distributions related to moisture along a savannah grassland precipitation gradient
A Leizeaga, LC Hicks, L Manoharan, CV Hawkes, J Rousk
Journal of Ecology 109 (9), 3195-3210, 2021
252021
Bacteria constrain the fungal growth response to drying-rewetting
LC Hicks, R Ang, A Leizeaga, J Rousk
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 134, 108-112, 2019
172019
Simulated rhizosphere deposits induce microbial N‐mining that may accelerate shrubification in the subarctic
LC Hicks, A Leizeaga, K Rousk, A Michelsen, J Rousk
Ecology 101 (9), e03094, 2020
132020
Repeated drying and rewetting cycles accelerate bacterial growth recovery after rewetting
A Leizeaga, A Meisner, J Rousk, E Bĺĺth
Biology and Fertility of Soils 58 (4), 365-374, 2022
22022
Using a Tropical Elevation Gradient to Evaluate the Impact of Land‐Use Intensity and Forest Restoration on the Microbial Use of Organic Matter Under Climate Change
A Leizeaga, C Duran, LC Hicks, H Sandén, M Wondie, J Rousk
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 36 (4), e2021GB007109, 2022
2022
Microbial responses to drying and rewetting in soils across a European climate transect
S Winterfeldt, A Leizeaga, J Rousk
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU21-11260, 2021
2021
Effects of land use, short-term drought and warming on microbial responses to drying and rewetting
A Leizeaga, L Hicks, A Brangarí, C Cruz-Paredes, M Wondie, H Sanden, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU21-16543, 2021
2021
Extreme drought triggers transition to an alternative soil microbial state
I Cordero, A Leizeaga, LC Hicks, J Rousk, RD Bardgett
bioRxiv, 2021
2021
Moisture as a regulator of microbial life in soil
A Leizeaga
Lund University, 2021
2021
Current knowledge and future perspectives on soil drying and rewetting, by the scientific community
AC Brangarí, L Hicks, A Leizeaga, J Rousk
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 20220, 2020
2020
Effects of simulated drought and warming on microbial responses to drying and rewetting in contrasting land-uses
A Leizeaga, LC Hicks, AC Brangarí, M Wondie, H Sandén, J Rousk
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 1180, 2020
2020
How does moisture regulate microbial life in soils?
A Leizeaga, LC Hicks, J Rousk
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Does the legacy of drought control the microbial carbon use efficiency?
A Leizeaga, LC Hicks, CV Hawkes, J Rousk
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 4267, 2018
2018
Selective microbial nitrogen-mining in subarctic soils depends on the stoichiometry of rhizosphere inputs
L Hicks, A Leizeaga, K Rousk, A Michelsen, J Rousk
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 17983, 2018
2018
The legacy effect of drought on microbial responses to drying and rewetting along a 400 km Texan precipitation gradient
A Leizeaga, LC Hicks, CV Hawkes, J Rousk
2017 ESA Annual Meeting (August 6--11), 2017
2017
Is the soil organic matter mineralisation response to root exudation controlled by microbial stoichiometric demand in subarctic soils?
LC Hicks, A Leizeaga, K Rousk, A Michelsen, J Rousk
2017 ESA Annual Meeting (August 6--11), 2017
2017
Investigating the legacy effect of drought on microbial responses to drying and rewetting along a Texan precipitation gradient
L Hicks, A Leizeaga, C Hawkes, J Rousk
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 17172, 2017
2017
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