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Peter Frenzel
Peter Frenzel
Privatdozent für Geologie und Paläontologie, Universität Jena
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Biogeochemistry of paddy soils
I Kögel-Knabner, W Amelung, Z Cao, S Fiedler, P Frenzel, R Jahn, ...
Geoderma 157 (1-2), 1-14, 2010
11032010
Stimulation by ammonium-based fertilizers of methane oxidation in soil around rice roots
PLE Bodelier, P Roslev, T Henckel, P Frenzel
Nature 403 (6768), 421-424, 2000
6192000
Life at the oxic–anoxic interface: microbial activities and adaptations
A Brune, P Frenzel, H Cypionka
FEMS Microbiology Reviews 24 (5), 691-710, 2000
5442000
Succession of bacterial community structure and diversity in a paddy soil oxygen gradient
M Noll, D Matthies, P Frenzel, M Derakshani, W Liesack
Environmental Microbiology 7 (3), 382-395, 2005
4022005
The use of ostracods from marginal marine, brackish waters as bioindicators of modern and Quaternary environmental change
P Frenzel, I Boomer
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 225 (1-4), 68-92, 2005
3292005
Oxygen profiles and methane turnover in a flooded rice microcosm
P Frenzel, F Rothfuss, R Conrad
Biology and Fertility of Soils 14, 84-89, 1992
3061992
Microbial processes influencing methane emission from rice fields
M Krüger, P Frenzel, R Conrad
Global Change Biology 7 (1), 49-63, 2001
2952001
Oxidation of methane in the oxic surface layer of a deep lake sediment (Lake Constance)
P Frenzel, B Thebrath, R Conrad
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 6 (2), 149-158, 1990
2681990
Rice roots and CH4 oxidation: the activity of bacteria, their distribution and the microenvironment
B Gilbert, P Frenzel
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 30 (14), 1903-1916, 1998
2371998
Seasonal variation in pathways of CH4 production and in CH4 oxidation in rice fields determined by stable carbon isotopes and specific inhibitors
M Krüger, G Eller, R Conrad, P Frenzel
Global Change Biology 8 (3), 265-280, 2002
2262002
CH4 emission from a hollow-ridge complex in a raised bog: The role of CH4 production and oxidation
P Frenzel, E Karofeld
Biogeochemistry 51, 91-112, 2000
2242000
Activity and distribution of methane-oxidizing bacteria in flooded rice soil microcosms and in rice plants (Oryza sativa)
U Bosse, P Frenzel
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 63 (4), 1199-1207, 1997
2211997
Influence of oxygen on sulfate reduction and growth of sulfate-reducing bacteria
C Marschall, P Frenzel, H Cypionka
Archives of Microbiology 159, 168-173, 1993
2171993
Metabolic and trophic interactions modulate methane production by Arctic peat microbiota in response to warming
AT Tveit, T Urich, P Frenzel, MM Svenning
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (19), E2507-E2516, 2015
2142015
Rice roots and methanogenesis in a paddy soil: ferric iron as an alternative electron acceptor in the rooted soil
P Frenzel, U Bosse, PH Janssen
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 31 (3), 421-430, 1999
2121999
Methanogenesis and methanogenic pathways in a peat from subarctic permafrost
M Metje, P Frenzel
Environmental Microbiology 9 (4), 954-964, 2007
2052007
Changes in activity and community structure of methane-oxidizing bacteria over the growth period of rice
G Eller, P Frenzel
Applied and environmental microbiology 67 (6), 2395-2403, 2001
2052001
Climate change on the Tibetan Plateau in response to shifting atmospheric circulation since the LGM
L Zhu, X Lü, J Wang, P Peng, T Kasper, G Daut, T Haberzettl, P Frenzel, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 13318, 2015
1922015
Denitrification coupled to nitrification in the rhizosphere of rice
I Arth, P Frenzel, R Conrad
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 30 (4), 509-515, 1998
1911998
Effects of ammonium-based fertilisation on microbialprocesses involved in methane emission from soilsplanted with rice
PLE Bodelier*, AP Hahn, IR Arth, P Frenzel
Biogeochemistry 51, 225-257, 2000
1882000
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