Dr. Sascha M.B. Krause
Dr. Sascha M.B. Krause
East China Normal University
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Trait-based approaches for understanding microbial biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
S Krause, X Le Roux, PA Niklaus, PM Van Bodegom, JT Lennon, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 5, 92960, 2014
Conceptualizing functional traits and ecological characteristics of methane‐oxidizing bacteria as life strategies
A Ho, FM Kerckhof, C Luke, A Reim, S Krause, N Boon, PLE Bodelier
Environmental Microbiology Reports 5 (3), 335-345, 2013
Lanthanide-dependent cross-feeding of methane-derived carbon is linked by microbial community interactions
SMB Krause, T Johnson, Y Samadhi Karunaratne, Y Fu, DAC Beck, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (2), 358-363, 2017
One millimetre makes the difference: high-resolution analysis of methane-oxidizing bacteria and their specific activity at the oxic–anoxic interface in a flooded paddy soil
A Reim, C Lüke, S Krause, J Pratscher, P Frenzel
The ISME journal 6 (11), 2128-2139, 2012
Biogeography of wetland rice methanotrophs
C Lüke, S Krause, S Cavigiolo, D Greppi, E Lupotto, P Frenzel
Environmental microbiology 12 (4), 862-872, 2010
Changes in assembly processes of soil microbial communities during secondary succession in two subtropical forests
L Liu, K Zhu, SMB Krause, S Li, X Wang, Z Zhang, M Shen, Q Yang, J Lian, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 154, 108144, 2021
Hydrology is reflected in the functioning and community composition of methanotrophs in the littoral wetland of a boreal lake
HMP Siljanen, A Saari, S Krause, A Lensu, GCJ Abell, L Bodrossy, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 75 (3), 430-445, 2011
Succession of methanotrophs in oxygen–methane counter-gradients of flooded rice paddies
S Krause, C Lüke, P Frenzel
The ISME journal 4 (12), 1603-1607, 2010
Impacts of inter-and intralaboratory variations on the reproducibility of microbial community analyses
Y Pan, L Bodrossy, P Frenzel, AG Hestnes, S Krause, C Lüke, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 76 (22), 7451-7458, 2010
Recurrence and frequency of disturbance have cumulative effect on methanotrophic activity, abundance, and community structure
A Ho, E Van den Brink, A Reim, SMB Krause, PLE Bodelier
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 1493, 2016
Methane source strength and energy flow shape methanotrophic communities in oxygen–methane counter‐gradients
S Krause, C Lüke, P Frenzel
Environmental microbiology reports 4 (2), 203-208, 2012
Habitat preferences of an endangered insect species, Cepero’s ground-hopper (Tetrix ceperoi)
J Gröning, S Krause, A Hochkirch
Ecological Research 22, 767-773, 2007
A synthetic ecology perspective: how well does behavior of model organisms in the laboratory predict microbial activities in natural habitats?
Z Yu, SMB Krause, DAC Beck, L Chistoserdova
Frontiers in microbiology 7, 946, 2016
Spatial patterns of iron-and methane-oxidizing bacterial communities in an irregularly flooded, riparian wetland
J Wang, S Krause, G Muyzer, M Meima-Franke, HJ Laanbroek, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 3, 64, 2012
Intersexual niche segregation in Cepero’s Ground-hopper, Tetrix ceperoi
A Hochkirch, J Gröning, S Krause
Evolutionary Ecology 21, 727-738, 2007
Spatial heterogeneity of methanotrophs: a geostatistical analysis of pmoA‐based T‐RFLP patterns in a paddy soil
S Krause, C Lüke, P Frenzel
Environmental microbiology reports 1 (5), 393-397, 2009
Spatial patterns of methanotrophic communities along a hydrological gradient in a riparian wetland
S Krause, M Meima-Franke, MM Hefting, PLE Bodelier
FEMS microbiology ecology 86 (1), 59-70, 2013
Weak phylogenetic signal in physiological traits of methane‐oxidizing bacteria
S Krause, PM van Bodegom, WK Cornwell, PLE Bodelier
Journal of evolutionary biology 27 (6), 1240-1247, 2014
Methanotroph ecology, environmental distribution and functioning
PLE Bodelier, G Pérez, AJ Veraart, SMB Krause
Methanotrophs: microbiology fundamentals and biotechnological applications, 1-38, 2019
Soil extractable organic C and N contents, methanotrophic activity under warming and degradation in a Tibetan alpine meadow
X Gu, X Zhou, X Bu, M Xue, L Jiang, S Wang, Y Hao, Y Wang, X Xu, ...
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 278, 6-14, 2019
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