Ho, A., C. Lüke, A. Reim and P. Frenzel: Resilience of (seed bank) aerobic methanotrophs and methanotrophic activity to desiccation and heat stress. In: Soil Biology & Biochemistry 101, 130-138 (2016).
Collet, S., A. Reim, A. Ho and P. Frenzel: Recovery of paddy soil methanotrophs from long term drought. In: Soil Biology & Biochemistry 88, 69-72 (2015).
Tveit, A., T. Urich, P. Frenzel and M. Svenning: Metabolic and trophic interactions modulate methane production by Arctic peat microbiota in response to warming. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112, 19, E2507-E2516 (2015).
Henneberger, R., E. Chiri, P. Bodelier, P. Frenzel, C. Luke and M. Schroth: Field-scale tracking of active methane-oxidizing communities in a landfill cover soil reveals spatial and seasonal variability. In: Environmental Microbiology 17, 5, 1721-1737 (2015).
Anthony, K., S. Zimov, G. Grosse, M. Jones, P. Anthony, F. Chapin, J. Finlay, M. Mack, S. Davydov, P. Frenzel and S. Frolking: A shift of thermokarst lakes from carbon sources to sinks during the Holocene epoch. In: Nature 511, 7510, 452-456 (2014).
Dumont, M., C. Luke, Y. Deng and P. Frenzel: Classification of pmoA amplicon pyrosequences using BLAST and the lowest common ancestor method in MEGAN. In: Frontiers in Microbiology 5:34, 1-11 (2014).
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Luke, C., P. Frenzel, A. Ho, D. Fiantis, P. Schad, B. Schneider, L. Schwark and S. Utami: Macroecology of methane-oxidizing bacteria: the beta-diversity of pmoA genotypes in tropical and subtropical rice paddies. In: Environmental Microbiology 16, 1 Sp. Iss. SI, 72-83 (2014).
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Ho, A., H. Erens, B. B. Mujinya, P. Boeckx, G. Baert, B. Schneider, P. Frenzel, N. Boon and E. Van Ranst: Termites Facilitate Methane Oxidation and Shape the Methanotrophic Community. In: Applied and Environmental Microbiology 79, 23, 7234-7240 (2013).
Börner, N., B. De Baere, Q. C. Yang, K. P. Jochum, P. Frenzel, M. O. Andreae and A. Schwalb: Ostracod shell chemistry as proxy for paleoenvironmental change. In: Quaternary International 313, 17-37 (2013).
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