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Dr. Max-Bernhard Ballhausen

Dr.

Max-Bernhard Ballhausen

Großbeeren

ballhausen@igzev.de

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Articles in peer-reviewed journals

The sapro-rhizosphere: Carbon flow from saprotrophic fungi into fungus-feeding bacteria.

Ballhausen, M.B.; de Boer, W. 2016. The sapro-rhizosphere: Carbon flow from saprotrophic fungi into fungus-feeding bacteria. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 102, 14-17.

DOI:10.1016/j.soilbio.2016.06.014

Baiting of rhizosphere bacteria with hyphae of common soil fungi reveals a diverse group of potentially mycophagous secondary consumers.

Rudnick, M.B.; van Veen, J.A.; de Boer, W. 2015. Baiting of rhizosphere bacteria with hyphae of common soil fungi reveals a diverse group of potentially mycophagous secondary consumers. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 88, 73-82.

Oxalic acid: a signal molecule for fungus-feeding bacteria of the genus Collimonas?

Rudnick, M.B.; van Veen, J.A.; de Boer, W. 2015. Oxalic acid: a signal molecule for fungus-feeding bacteria of the genus Collimonas? Environmental Microbiology Reports 7(5), 709-714.

DOI:10.1111/1758-2229.12290.

Does soil biota benefit from organic farming in complex vs. simple landscapes?

Flohre, A.; Rudnick, M..; Traser, G.; Tschamtke, T.; Eggers, T. 2011. Does soil biota benefit from organic farming in complex vs. simple landscapes? Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 141 (1-2), 210-214.

Individual contributions to edited volumes

Comparison of different inoculum methods for infection with Verticillium dahliae and Fusarium oxysporum.

Gulati, S.; Grosch, R.; Ballhausen, M.B. 2016. Comparison of different inoculum methods for infection with Verticillium dahliae and Fusarium oxysporum.  IOBC-WPRS Bulletin 117, 226.

The sapro-rhizosphere concept: Bacteria as secondary consumers of plant derived carbon.

Rudnick, M.B.; van Veen, J.A.; de Boer, W. 2015. The sapro-rhizosphere concept: Bacteria as secondary consumers of plant derived carbon. Rizosphere4, Maastricht, The Netherlands, Book of Abstracts, 272.

The sapro-rhizosphere concept: Saprotrophic fungi as food source for rhizosphere bacteria.

Ballhausen, M.-B.; van Veen, J.A.; de Boer, W. 2015. The sapro-rhizosphere concept: Saprotrophic fungi as food source for rhizosphere bacteria. Ecology of soil microorganisms Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, Book of Abstracts, 24.

ARTICLES (peer-reviewed journals)
EDITED VOLUMES (individual)