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Master Thesis

Christina Marburger (2022)Comparison of enrichment factors e13C and e2H as tools to calculate fungal-derived organic carbon gains by partially mycoheterotrophic orchids
Leon Kersting (2021)Are endemic orchids from Hawaii partially mycoheterotrophic? Analysis of H and O stable isotopes with Anoectochilus sandvicensis and Liparis hawaiensis from several locations
Franziska E. Zahn (2020)How widely distributed is partial mycoheterotrophy among green, terrestrial orchids in Taiwan? a multi-element stable isotope approach with a selection of species
Nico Rössel (2019)Determining the geographical origin of beer on regional scale based on stable isotope composition and trace element fingerprints
Julian Brehm (2019)Searching for mycoheterotrophy among leafy and leafless Neottia species from Japan and China: A multi-element stable isotope approach
Judith Kehl (2019)Multi-element stable isotope natural abundance in 13 arbuscular mycorrhizal mycoheterotrophic plant species of different taxonomic groups and wide geographic origin
Stefan G. Bindereif (2017)Multivariate analysis of fine cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) using a combination of isotope-ratio mass spectrometry (IRMS) and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)
Philipp Giesemann (2016)Distinguishing carbon gains from photosynthesis and heterotrophy in C3-hemiparasite-C3-host-pairs
Saskia Klink (2016)From prey to predator - Nutrient flows from animals to temperate carnivorous plants (Pinguicula, Utricularia) elucidated with a stable isotope natural abundance approach
Elisabeth Hüllbusch (2016)Which fungi taste good to orchids? Diversity of carbon and nitrogen gaining strategies in selected orchids from Southeast Asia
Andreas Makiola (2014)Do hydrogen isotopes provide new insights into mycoheterotrophic carbon gains by pyroloids?
Michael Thoma (2013)15N tracer experiments to elucidate the fate of N2O in a forest soil under drought conditions
Sina Berger (2010)Following the footprints of N2O and CH4 between soil and atmosphere of an extensively managed meadow and a potato field in the Eger Basin, Fichtelgebirge, by stable isotope and concentration values along soil profiles together with gas flux measurements