Marie Spohn
Marie Spohn
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Innovative methods in soil phosphorus research: A review
J Kruse, M Abraham, W Amelung, C Baum, R Bol, O Kühn, ...
Journal of plant nutrition and soil science 178 (1), 43-88, 2015
1862015
Soil microbial biomass C: N: P stoichiometry and microbial use of organic phosphorus
C Heuck, A Weig, M Spohn
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 85, 119-129, 2015
1472015
Phosphorus mineralization can be driven by microbial need for carbon
M Spohn, Y Kuzyakov
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 61, 69-75, 2013
1432013
Microbial carbon use efficiency and biomass turnover times depending on soil depth–Implications for carbon cycling
M Spohn, K Klaus, W Wanek, A Richter
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 96, 74-81, 2016
1202016
Distribution of microbial-and root-derived phosphatase activities in the rhizosphere depending on P availability and C allocation–Coupling soil zymography with 14C imaging
M Spohn, Y Kuzyakov
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 67, 106-113, 2013
1182013
Impacts of land use change on soil aggregation and aggregate stabilizing compounds as dependent on time
M Spohn, L Giani
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (5), 1081-1088, 2011
922011
Microbial respiration per unit microbial biomass depends on litter layer carbon-to-nitrogen ratio.
M Spohn
Biogeosciences 12 (3), 2015
902015
Microbial respiration per unit biomass increases with carbon-to-nutrient ratios in forest soils
M Spohn, M Chodak
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 81, 128-133, 2015
892015
Water-stable aggregates, glomalin-related soil protein, and carbohydrates in a chronosequence of sandy hydromorphic soils
M Spohn, L Giani
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42 (9), 1505-1511, 2010
752010
Microbial gross organic phosphorus mineralization can be stimulated by root exudates–a 33P isotopic dilution study
M Spohn, A Ermak, Y Kuzyakov
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 65, 254-263, 2013
742013
Soil microbial carbon use efficiency and biomass turnover in a long-term fertilization experiment in a temperate grassland
M Spohn, EM Pötsch, SA Eichorst, D Woebken, W Wanek, A Richter
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 97, 168-175, 2016
722016
Soil zymography–a novel in situ method for mapping distribution of enzyme activity in soil
M Spohn, A Carminati, Y Kuzyakov
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 58, 275-280, 2013
722013
Spatial and temporal dynamics of hotspots of enzyme activity in soil as affected by living and dead roots—a soil zymography analysis
M Spohn, Y Kuzyakov
Plant and Soil 379 (1-2), 67-77, 2014
712014
Organic phosphorus in the terrestrial environment: a perspective on the state of the art and future priorities
TS George, CD Giles, D Menezes-Blackburn, LM Condron, ...
Plant and Soil 427 (1-2), 191-208, 2018
582018
Redistribution of soil water by a saprotrophic fungus enhances carbon mineralization
A Guhr, W Borken, M Spohn, E Matzner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (47), 14647-14651, 2015
502015
Distribution of phosphatase activity and various bacterial phyla in the rhizosphere of Hordeum vulgare L. depending on P availability
M Spohn, NS Treichel, M Cormann, M Schloter, D Fischer
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 89, 44-51, 2015
442015
Dynamics of soil carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus in calcareous soils after land-use abandonment–A chronosequence study
M Spohn, TJ Novák, J Incze, L Giani
Plant and Soil 401 (1-2), 185-196, 2016
422016
Phosphorus availabilities in beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) forests impose habitat filtering on ectomycorrhizal communities and impact tree nutrition
A Zavišić, P Nassal, N Yang, C Heuck, M Spohn, S Marhan, R Pena, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 98, 127-137, 2016
392016
Element cycling as driven by stoichiometric homeostasis of soil microorganisms
M Spohn
Basic and Applied Ecology 17 (6), 471-478, 2016
382016
Phosphorus resorption by young beech trees and soil phosphatase activity as dependent on phosphorus availability
K Hofmann, C Heuck, M Spohn
Oecologia 181 (2), 369-379, 2016
362016
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