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27-29 September 2023, University of Bayreuth (UBT)

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1 Trophic interactions, organic matter, and nutrient cycling

Wednesday, 13:00-14:30, H 36

Prof. Dr. Johanna Pausch, Agroecology, BayCEER / UBT

13:00Keynote 1: Liliane Rueß: Stable isotopes in trophic ecology
13:30O 1.1: Claudia Guidi et al.: Tracing sources and turnover of soil organic matter in a long-term irrigated dry forest using a novel hydrogen isotope approach
13:45O 1.2: Guido Wiesenberg et al.: Combination of molecular markers and isotopes for improved assessment of the impact of warming on organic matter cycling in plant-soil systems
14:00O 1.3: Xiaolei Sun et al.: Depth distribution of phosphate 18O isotope values along the Paposo transect
14:15O 1.4: Franziska Zahn et al.: Do common shade-tolerant tropical tree and shrub saplings exhibit a partially mycoheterotrophic form of nutrition?

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P 1.1 Shaista Khaliq
Diet-consumer interactions under variable stressor conditions as revealed by stable isotope studies of individual amino acids
P 1.2 Jana Christine Koehne, Bernd Degen, Lasse Marohn, Buchen-Tschiskale Caroline
Pilot Study: Determining the geographic origin of European Eel with Stabile Isotopes (SI)
P 1.3 Franziska Zahn, Erik Söll, Thomas Chapin, Deyi Wang, Sofia Gomes, Nicole Hynson, Johanna Pausch, Gerhard Gebauer
Novel insights into orchid mycorrhiza functioning from stable isotope signatures of fungal pelotons

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