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Spatial and temporal dynamics of hotspots of enzyme activity in soil as affected by living and dead roots, Kuzyakov
Spatial and temporal dynamics of hotspots of enzyme activity in soil as affected by living and dead roots—a soil zymography
Marie Spohn & Yakov Kuzyakov
Metz et al. 2011. Expression of Biomass-Degrading enzymes is a Major Event during Conidium Development in Trchoderma reesei. Eukaryotic Cell
Lamarre et al. 2008. Transriptomic analysis of the exit from dormancy of Aspergillus fumigatus conidia. BMC Genomics
The susceptibility of soil enzymes to inhibition by leaf litter tannins is dependent on the tannin chemistry, enzyme class and..
By inhibiting soil enzymes, tannins play an important role in soil carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) mineralization. The role of tannin chemistry in this inhibitory process, in conjunction with enzyme classes and isoforms, is less well understood.
A major focus of my research is to understand not only how the relationship between plant and microbial communities vary among ecosystems, but also to understand how these relationships are altered by global change. Specifically, my research has focused on how increased elevated atmospheric O3 and CO2 affect plant-microbe interactions. The significance of global change for biogeochemical cycling is well recognized at broad scales, but the microbial mechanisms that regulate ecosystem responses to global change are not well understood.