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Wolfgang Wanek
Wolfgang Wanek
University of Vienna, Department of Microbiology and Ecosystem Science
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The application of ecological stoichiometry to plant–microbial–soil organic matter transformations
S Zechmeister-Boltenstern, KM Keiblinger, M Mooshammer, J Peñuelas, ...
Ecological Monographs 85 (2), 133-155, 2015
5612015
Adjustment of microbial nitrogen use efficiency to carbon: nitrogen imbalances regulates soil nitrogen cycling
M Mooshammer, W Wanek, I Hämmerle, L Fuchslueger, F Hofhansl, ...
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-7, 2014
4772014
Stoichiometric imbalances between terrestrial decomposer communities and their resources: mechanisms and implications of microbial adaptations to their resources
M Mooshammer, W Wanek, S Zechmeister-Boltenstern, AA Richter
Frontiers in microbiology, 22, 2014
4182014
Root exudation of primary metabolites: mechanisms and their roles in plant responses to environmental stimuli
A Canarini, C Kaiser, A Merchant, A Richter, W Wanek
Frontiers in Plant Science 10, 157, 2019
3862019
Alternative methods for measuring inorganic, organic, and total dissolved nitrogen in soil
R Hood-Nowotny, NHN Umana, E Inselbacher, P Oswald-Lachouani, ...
Soil Science Society of America Journal 74 (3), 1018-1027, 2010
2802010
The effect of resource quantity and resource stoichiometry on microbial carbon-use-efficiency
KM Keiblinger, EK Hall, W Wanek, U Szukics, I Hämmerle, G Ellersdorfer, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 73 (3), 430-440, 2010
2792010
MANGROVE ISOTOPIC (δ15N AND δ13C) FRACTIONATION ACROSS A NITROGEN VS. PHOSPHORUS LIMITATION GRADIENT
KL McKee, IC Feller, M Popp, W Wanek
Ecology 83 (4), 1065-1075, 2002
2792002
Long-term change in the nitrogen cycle of tropical forests
P Hietz, BL Turner, W Wanek, A Richter, CA Nock, SJ Wright
Science 334 (6056), 664-666, 2011
2662011
Physiological and morphological adaptations of the fruit tree Ziziphus rotundifolia in response to progressive drought stress
SK Arndt, SC Clifford, W Wanek, HG Jones, M Popp
Tree physiology 21 (11), 705-715, 2001
2652001
Aerobic nitrous oxide production through N-nitrosating hybrid formation in ammonia-oxidizing archaea
M Stieglmeier, M Mooshammer, B Kitzler, W Wanek, ...
The ISME journal 8 (5), 1135-1146, 2014
2582014
Biochar decelerates soil organic nitrogen cycling but stimulates soil nitrification in a temperate arable field trial
J Prommer, W Wanek, F Hofhansl, D Trojan, P Offre, T Urich, C Schleper, ...
PloS one 9 (1), e86388, 2014
2562014
Stoichiometric controls of nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in decomposing beech leaf litter
M Mooshammer, W Wanek, J Schnecker, B Wild, S Leitner, F Hofhansl, ...
Ecology 93 (4), 770-782, 2012
2392012
Functional diversity of the soil microflora in primary succession across two glacier forelands in the Central Alps
D Tscherko, J Rustemeier, A Richter, W Wanek, E Kandeler
European Journal of Soil Science 54 (4), 685-696, 2003
2272003
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
2222016
Nitrogen fixation by phyllosphere bacteria associated with higher plants and their colonizing epiphytes of a tropical lowland rainforest of Costa Rica
M Fürnkranz, W Wanek, A Richter, G Abell, F Rasche, A Sessitsch
The ISME journal 2 (5), 561-570, 2008
2042008
Direct dating of Early Upper Palaeolithic human remains from Mladeč
EM Wild, M Teschler-Nicola, W Kutschera, P Steier, E Trinkaus, W Wanek
Nature 435 (7040), 332-335, 2005
2032005
Heterotrophic microbial communities use ancient carbon following glacial retreat
RD Bardgett, A Richter, R Bol, MH Garnett, R Bäumler, X Xu, ...
Biology letters 3 (5), 487-490, 2007
2002007
Host-compound foraging by intestinal microbiota revealed by single-cell stable isotope probing
D Berry, B Stecher, A Schintlmeister, J Reichert, S Brugiroux, B Wild, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (12), 4720-4725, 2013
1942013
Foliar δ15N values characterize soil N cycling and reflect nitrate or ammonium preference of plants along a temperate grassland gradient
A Kahmen, W Wanek, N Buchmann
Oecologia 156 (4), 861-870, 2008
1942008
Allochthonous and autochthonous particulate organic matter in floodplains of the River Danube: the importance of hydrological connectivity
T Hein, C Baranyi, GJ Herndl, W Wanek, F Schiemer
Freshwater biology 48 (2), 220-232, 2003
1922003
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