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Dr. sc. agr. Susanne Kramer

Dr. sc. agr.

Susanne Kramer

Großbeeren
033701 / 78 - 315
kramer@igzev.de

Scientist

Publications
Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Carbon budgets of top- and subsoil food webs in an arable system

Pausch, J.; Hünninghaus, M.; Kramer, S.; Scharroba, A.; Scheunemann, N.; Butenschoen, O.; Marhan, S.; Bonkowski, M.; Kandeler, E.; Scheu, S.; Kuzyakov, Y.; Ruess, L. 2018. Carbon budgets of top- and subsoil food webs in an arable system. Pedobiologia – Journal of Soil Ecology 69, 29 – 33.

DOI: 10.1016/j.pedobi.2018.06.002

 

Changes in bacterial community composition of protist grazers during mineralization of maize crop residues.

Huenninghaus, M.; Koller, R.; Kramer, S.; Marhan, S.; Kandeler, E.; Bonkowski, M. 2017. Changes in bacterial community composition of protist grazers during mineralization of maize crop residues. Pedobiologia 62, 1 – 8.

doi: 10.1016/j.pedobi.2017.03.002

Contrasting effect of elevated atmospheric CO2 on the C/N ratio of faba bean and spring wheat residues exert only minor changes in the abundance and enzyme activities of soil proteolytic bacteria.

Rasche, F.; Kramer, S.; Enowashu, E.; Mackie, K.; Högy, P.; Marhan, S. 2017. Contrasting effect of elevated atmospheric CO2 on the C/N ratio of faba bean and spring wheat residues exert only minor changes in the abundance and enzyme activities of soil proteolytic bacteria. Pedobiologia 62, 9 – 15.

doi: 10.1016/j.pedobi.2017.04.001

Carbon transfer from maize roots and litter into bacteria and fungi depends on soil depth and time.

Müller, K.; Kramer, S.; Haslwimmer, H.; Marhan, S.; Scheunemann, N.; Butenschoen, O.; Scheu, S.; Kandeler, E. 2016. Carbon transfer from maize roots and litter into bacteria and fungi depends on soil depth and time. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 93, 79 – 89.

Mycorrhizal fungal biomass and scavenging declines in phosphorus-impoverished soils during ecosystem retrogression.

Teste, F.P.; Laliberté, E.; Lambers, H.; Auer, Y.; Kramer, S.; Kandeler, E. 2016. Mycorrhizal fungal biomass and scavenging declines in phosphorus-impoverished soils during ecosystem retrogression. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 92, 119-132.

Resource type and availability regulate fungal communities along arable soil profiles.

Moll, J.; Goldmann, K.; Kramer, S.; Hempel, S.; Kandeler, E.; Marhan, S.; Ruess, L.; Krüger, D.; Buscot, F. 2015. Resource type and availability regulate fungal communities along arable soil profiles. Microbial Ecology 70, 390-399.

Small but active – pool size does not matter for carbon incorporation in below-ground food webs.

Pausch, J.; Kramer, S.; Scharroba, A.; Scheunemann, N.; Butenschoen, O.; Kandeler, E.; Marhan, S.; Riederer, M.; Scheu, S.; Kuzyakov, Y.; Ruess, L. 2015. Small but active – pool size does not matter for carbon incorporation in below-ground food webs. Functional Ecology 30/3, 479–489.

Small but active – pool size does not matter for carbon incorporation in belowground food webs.

Pausch, J.; Kramer, S.; Scharroba, A.; Scheunemann, N.; Butenschoen, O.; Kandeler, E.; Marhan, S.; Riederer, M.; Scheu, S.; Kuzyakov, Y.; Ruess, L. 2015. Small but active – pool size does not matter for carbon incorporation in belowground food webs. Functional Ecology, DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.12512.

A tiered assessment approach based on standardized methods to estimate the impact of nicosulfuron on the abundance and function of the soil microbial community.

Karpouzas, D.; Kandeler, E.; Bru, D.; Friedel, I.; Auer, Y.; Kramer, S.; Vasileiadis, S.; Petric, I.; Udikovic-Kolic, N.; Djuric, S.; Martin-Laurent, F. 2014. A tiered assessment approach based on standardized methods to estimate the impact of nicosulfuron on the abundance and function of the soil microbial community. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 75, 282 – 291.

Temporal variation in surface and subsoil abundance and function of the soil microbial community in an arable soil.

Kramer, S.; Marhan, S.; Haslwimmer, H.; Ruess, L.; Kandeler, E. 2013. Temporal variation in surface and subsoil abundance and function of the soil microbial community in an arable soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 61, 76 – 85.

Carbon flow into microbial and fungal biomass as a basis for the belowground food web of agroecosystems.

Kramer, S.; Marhan, S.; Ruess, L.; Armbruster, W.; Butenschoen, O.; Haslwimmer, H.; Kuzyakov, Y.; Pausch, J.; Scheunemann, N.; Schoene, J.; Schmalwasser, A.; Totsche, K.U.; Walker, F.; Scheu, S.; Kandeler, E. 2012. Carbon flow into microbial and fungal biomass as a basis for the belowground food web of agroecosystems. Pedobiologia 55, 111 – 119.

Effects of resource availability and quality on the structure of the micro-food web of an arable soil across depth.

Scharroba, A.; Dibbern, D.; Hünninghaus, M.; Kramer, S.; Moll, J.; Butenschoen, O.; Bonkowski, M.; Buscot, F.; Kandeler, E.; Koller, R.; Krüger, D.; Lueders, T.; Scheu, S.; Ruess, L. 2012. Effects of resource availability and quality on the structure of the micro-food web of an arable soil across depth. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 50, 1 – 11.

Uptake of deoxynivalenol by earthworms from Fusarium-infected wheat straw

Schrader, S.; Kramer, S.; Oldenburg, E.; Weinert, J. 2009. Uptake of deoxynivalenol by earthworms from Fusarium-infected wheat straw. Mycotox Research 25, 53 – 58.

Impact of the earthworm Lumbricus terrestris on the degradation of Fusarium-infected and deoxynivalenol contaminated wheat straw.

Oldenburg, E.; Kramer, S.; Schrader, S.; Weinert, J. 2008. Impact of the earthworm Lumbricus terrestris on the degradation of Fusarium-infected and deoxynivalenol contaminated wheat straw. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 40, 3049 – 3053.

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