Georg Steinert
Georg Steinert
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The sponge microbiome project
L Moitinho-Silva, S Nielsen, A Amir, A Gonzalez, GL Ackermann, ...
GigaScience 6 (10), gix077, 2017
Predicting the HMA-LMA status in marine sponges by machine learning
L Moitinho-Silva, G Steinert, S Nielsen, CCP Hardoim, YC Wu, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 752, 2017
Goldman revisited: Faster‐growing phytoplankton has lower N: P and lower stoichiometric flexibility
H Hillebrand, G Steinert, M Boersma, A Malzahn, CL Meunier, C Plum, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 58 (6), 2076-2088, 2013
Application of diffusion growth chambers for the cultivation of marine sponge-associated bacteria
G Steinert, S Whitfield, MW Taylor, C Thoms, PJ Schupp
Marine Biotechnology 16, 594-603, 2014
In four shallow and mesophotic tropical reef sponges from Guam the microbial community largely depends on host identity
G Steinert, MW Taylor, P Deines, RL Simister, NJ de Voogd, M Hoggard, ...
PeerJ 4, e1936, 2016
Compositional and quantitative insights into bacterial and archaeal communities of South Pacific deep-sea sponges (Demospongiae and Hexactinellida)
G Steinert, K Busch, K Bayer, S Kodami, PM Arbizu, M Kelly, S Mills, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 11, 716, 2020
Prokaryotic diversity and community patterns in Antarctic continental shelf sponges
G Steinert, B Wemheuer, D Janussen, D Erpenbeck, R Daniel, M Simon, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 297, 2019
Host-specific assembly of sponge-associated prokaryotes at high taxonomic ranks
G Steinert, S Rohde, D Janussen, C Blaurock, PJ Schupp
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 2017
Diversity of Actinobacteria Associated with the Marine Ascidian Eudistoma toealensis
G Steinert, MW Taylor, PJ Schupp
Marine Biotechnology 17 (4), 377-385, 2015
Phylogeny resolved, metabolism revealed: functional radiation within a widespread and divergent clade of sponge symbionts
JA Taylor, G Palladino, B Wemheuer, G Steinert, D Sipkema, TJ Williams, ...
The ISME Journal 15 (2), 503-519, 2021
Temporal stability of bacterial communities in Antarctic sponges
CA Cárdenas, A Font, G Steinert, R Rondon, M González-Aravena
Frontiers in microbiology 10, 2699, 2019
Archaeal and bacterial diversity and community composition from 18 phylogenetically divergent sponge species in Vietnam
TTH Dat, G Steinert, NTK Cuc, H Smidt, D Sipkema
PeerJ 6, e4970, 2018
Species status and population structure of mussels (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Mytilus spp.) in the Wadden Sea of Lower Saxony (Germany)
G Steinert, T Huelsken, G Gerlach, ORP Bininda-Emonds
Organisms Diversity & Evolution 12 (4), 387-402, 2012
Bacteria cultivated from sponges and bacteria not yet cultivated from sponges—A review
TTH Dat, G Steinert, NTK Cuc, H Smidt, D Sipkema
Frontiers in Microbiology 12, 737925, 2021
Sponges from Zanzibar host diverse prokaryotic communities with potential for natural product synthesis
SB Helber, G Steinert, YC Wu, S Rohde, U Hentschel, CA Muhando, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 95 (4), fiz026, 2019
Trait-Based Comparison of Coral and Sponge Microbiomes
CL Fiore, JK Jarett, G Steinert, MP Lesser
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-16, 2020
Influence of local environmental conditions and bleaching histories on the diversity and distribution of Symbiodinium in reef-building corals in Tanzania
LJ Chauka, G Steinert, MSP Mtolera
African Journal of Marine Science 38 (1), 57-64, 2016
Characterization of bacterial community in the gut of Penaeus monodon and its culture water in shrimp ponds
DH Le, NT Nguyen, OHT Dang, G Steinert, TT Tran, TH Vu, D Sipkema, ...
Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 19 (11), 977-986, 2019
Coexistence of poribacterial phylotypes among geographically widespread and phylogenetically divergent sponge hosts
G Steinert, J Gutleben, A Atikana, RH Wijffels, H Smidt, D Sipkema
Environmental Microbiology Reports 10 (1), 80-91, 2018
Associated bacteria of Botryococcus braunii (Chlorophyta)
JD Gouveia, J Lian, G Steinert, H Smidt, D Sipkema, RH Wijffels, ...
PeerJ 7, e6610, 2019
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