Steffen Kolb
Steffen Kolb
Microbial Biogeochemistry, RA Landscape Functioning, Leibniz Centre for Landscape Research
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Quantitative Detection of Methanotrophs in Soil by Novel pmoA-Targeted Real-Time PCR Assays
S Kolb, C Knief, S Stubner, R Conrad
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69 (5), 2423-2429, 2003
5002003
Abundance and activity of uncultured methanotrophic bacteria involved in the consumption of atmospheric methane in two forest soils
S Kolb, C Knief, PF Dunfield, R Conrad
Environmental Microbiology 7 (8), 1150-1161, 2005
2052005
The quest for atmospheric methane oxidizers in forest soils
S Kolb
Environmental microbiology reports 1 (5), 336-346, 2009
1922009
High abundance of Crenarchaeota in a temperate acidic forest soil
D Kemnitz, S Kolb, R Conrad
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 60 (3), 442-448, 2007
1842007
Microbial community structure of sandy intertidal sediments in the North Sea, Sylt-Rømø Basin, Wadden Sea
N Musat, U Werner, K Knittel, S Kolb, T Dodenhof, JEE Van Beusekom, ...
Systematic and applied microbiology 29 (4), 333-348, 2006
1612006
The active methanotrophic community in hydromorphic soils changes in response to changing methane concentration
C Knief, S Kolb, PLE Bodelier, A Lipski, PF Dunfield
Environmental Microbiology 8 (2), 321-333, 2006
1392006
Different atmospheric methane-oxidizing communities in European beech and Norway spruce soils
DM Degelmann, W Borken, HL Drake, S Kolb
Applied and environmental microbiology 76 (10), 3228-3235, 2010
1382010
Designs and methods of comparative political communication research
W Wirth, S Kolb
Comparing political communication: Theories, cases, and challenges, 87-111, 2004
1212004
Phenotypic characterization of Rice Cluster III archaea without prior isolation by applying quantitative polymerase chain reaction to an enrichment culture
D Kemnitz, S Kolb, R Conrad
Environmental Microbiology 7 (4), 553-565, 2005
1192005
Metabolic responses of novel cellulolytic and saccharolytic agricultural soil Bacteria to oxygen
S Schellenberger, S Kolb, HL Drake
Environmental microbiology 12 (4), 845-861, 2010
1172010
Aerobic methanol-oxidizing Bacteria in soil
S Kolb
FEMS Microbiology Letters 300 (1), 1-10, 2009
1072009
Application of a newly developed ARB software-integrated tool for in silico terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis reveals the dominance of a novel pmoA …
P Ricke, S Kolb, G Braker
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71 (3), 1671-1673, 2005
992005
Competing formate-and carbon dioxide-utilizing prokaryotes in an anoxic methane-emitting fen soil
S Hunger, O Schmidt, M Hilgarth, MA Horn, S Kolb, R Conrad, HL Drake
Applied and environmental microbiology 77 (11), 3773-3785, 2011
622011
Methanotrophic communities in Brazilian ferralsols from naturally forested, afforested, and agricultural sites
N Dörr, B Glaser, S Kolb
Applied and environmental microbiology 76 (4), 1307-1310, 2010
622010
Microbial CH4 and N2O consumption in acidic wetlands
S Kolb, MA Horn
Frontiers in microbiology 3, 78, 2012
532012
Enterobacteriaceae facilitate the anaerobic degradation of glucose by a forest soil
DM Degelmann, S Kolb, M Dumont, JC Murrell, HL Drake
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 68 (3), 312-319, 2009
532009
Inhibition of atmospheric methane oxidation by monoterpenes in Norway spruce and European beech soils
D Maurer, S Kolb, L Haumaier, W Borken
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40 (12), 3014-3020, 2008
522008
Temperature impacts differentially on the methanogenic food web of cellulose‐supplemented peatland soil
O Schmidt, MA Horn, S Kolb, HL Drake
Environmental microbiology 17 (3), 720-734, 2015
512015
Organic acids and ethanol inhibit the oxidation of methane by mire methanotrophs
AS Wieczorek, HL Drake, S Kolb
FEMS microbiology ecology 77 (1), 28-39, 2011
502011
Microbial responses to chitin and chitosan in oxic and anoxic agricultural soil slurries
AS Wieczorek, SA Hetz, S Kolb
Biogeosciences 11 (12), 3339-3352, 2014
392014
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