Johanna Pausch: Projects

  • DFG Core Facility: Bayreuth Center for Stable Isotope Research in Ecology and Biogeochemistry (BayCenSI) (BayCenSI)
    Alexander Frank, Johanna Pausch, Tillmann Lüders, Eva Lehndorff, Gerhard Gebauer, Birgit Thies [Details]

  • Rhizosphere traits enhancing yield resilience to drought in modern cropping systems (RhizoTraits)
    BMBF [Details]

  • Demonstrationsprojekt Silphie-Anbau im Projektgebiet Nördliche Frankenalb (Lysimeter-Experiment)
    Reinhard Wesinger (GeoTeam), Marianne Lauerer, Johanna Pausch [Details]

  • Towards a predictive understanding of how mycorrhizal types influence the decomposition of soil organic matter (DFG PA 2377/2-1)
    Johanna Pausch, Matthias Gube, Richard Phillips, Saskia Klink [Details]

Completed Projects

  • Towards a unifying view of priming effects in temperate forests (DAAD ppp 7020289)
    Johanna Pausch, Richard Phillips [Details]

  • Priming Effects in the Rhizosphere of Maize: Mechanisms and Field Relevance (DFG PA 2377/1-1)
    Amit Kumar, Thomas Splettstößer, Yue Sun, Johanna Pausch [Details]

Projects from other divisions

  • ERC Starting Grant: Mycorrhizal Types and Soil Carbon Storage: A mechanistic theory of fungal mediated soil organic matter cycling in temperate forests (MYCO-SoilC)
    Carbon is the building block of all living things. Precious carbon atoms are continuously recycled, from the atmosphere to the ground, and back again. Most ground carbon is stored in rocks and sediment and a lot of it derives from photosynthesising plants. The process may involve a mediator, mycorrhizal fungi, with which most terrestrial plants live in symbiotic relationships. Understanding the role of mycorrhizal fungi in the carbon cycle is critical to modelling and predicting climate change. The EU-funded MYCO-SoilC project will characterize mycorrhizal-mediated carbon turnover, thereby facilitating predictions of soil-climate feedback to inform climate change modelling. [Details]

  • Response mechanisms of old and modern wheat varieties to drought stress: new insights from diurnal dynamics (DFG-NSFC Mobility Grant)
    Xingliang Xu, Johanna Pausch [Details]

  • Rhizosphere functions in plant water uptake: Mechanistic link between carbon and water fluxes in the plant-soil system ()
    Part of “Rhizosphere Spatiotemporal Organisation – a Key to Rhizosphere Functions” (SPP 2089) [Details]

  • BMBF Project „Rhizotraits“ (BMBF)
    ÖMIK teams up with colleagues from the BayCEER, the TUM, the KIT and the LfL in a new 4-year project. The aim is to unravel the functional traits of plant holobionts provided by rhizosphere systems that increase resistance and resilience against draught. Within the project coordinated by Prof. Johanna Pausch (Agroecology, UBT), our task will be to focus on the rhizosphere microbiomes of modern plant varieties vs. old landraces. [Details]

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