Annelein Meisner
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Microbial growth responses upon rewetting soil dried for four days or one year
A Meisner, E Bååth, J Rousk
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 66, 188-192, 2013
Drought legacy effects on the composition of soil fungal and prokaryote communities.
A Meisner, S Jacquiod, BL Snoek, FC Ten Hooven, WH Van Der Putten
Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 294, 2018
Soil biotic legacy effects of extreme weather events influence plant invasiveness
A Meisner, GB De Deyn, W de Boer, WH van der Putten
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (24), 9835-9838, 2013
Prolonged drought changes the bacterial growth response to rewetting
A Meisner, J Rousk, E Bååth
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 88, 314-322, 2015
Partial drying accelerates bacterial growth recovery to rewetting
A Meisner, A Leizeaga, J Rousk, E Bååth
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 112, 269-276, 2017
All IncP-1 plasmid subgroups, including the novel ε subgroup, are prevalent in the influent of a Danish wastewater treatment plant
MI Bahl, M Burmølle, A Meisner, LH Hansen, SJ Sørensen
Plasmid 62 (2), 134-139, 2009
Plant–soil feedbacks of exotic plant species across life forms: a meta-analysis
A Meisner, WHG Hol, W de Boer, JA Krumins, DA Wardle, ...
Biological Invasions 16, 2551-2561, 2014
Pathogen suppression by microbial volatile organic compounds in soils
W de Boer, X Li, A Meisner, P Garbeva
FEMS microbiology ecology 95 (8), fiz105, 2019
Context dependency and saturating effects of loss of rare soil microbes on plant productivity
WH Hol, W De Boer, M de Hollander, EE Kuramae, A Meisner, ...
Frontiers in plant science 6, 485, 2015
Climate change and invasion by intracontinental range-expanding exotic plants: the role of biotic interactions
E Morriën, T Engelkes, M Macel, A Meisner, WH Van der Putten
Annals of botany 105 (6), 843-848, 2010
Soil microbial legacies differ following drying-rewetting and freezing-thawing cycles
A Meisner, BL Snoek, J Nesme, E Dent, S Jacquiod, AT Classen, ...
The ISME journal 15 (4), 1207-1221, 2021
Reciprocal effects of litter from exotic and congeneric native plant species via soil nutrients
A Meisner, W De Boer, JHC Cornelissen, WH van der Putten
PloS one 7 (2), e31596, 2012
Comparison of nutrient acquisition in exotic plant species and congeneric natives
A Meisner, W de Boer, KJF Verhoeven, HTS Boschker, WH van der Putten
Journal of Ecology 99 (6), 1308-1315, 2011
Strategies to maintain natural biocontrol of soil-borne crop diseases during severe drought and rainfall events
A Meisner, W De Boer
Frontiers in microbiology 9, 2279, 2018
Repeated drying and rewetting cycles accelerate bacterial growth recovery after rewetting
A Leizeaga, A Meisner, J Rousk, E Bååth
Biology and Fertility of Soils 58 (4), 365-374, 2022
Calling for a systems approach in microbiome research and innovation
A Meisner, B Wepner, T Kostic, LS van Overbeek, CJ Bunthof, ...
Current Opinion in Biotechnology 73, 171-178, 2022
Herbivory and dominance shifts among exotic and congeneric native plant species during plant community establishment
T Engelkes, A Meisner, E Morriën, O Kostenko, WH Van der Putten, ...
Oecologia 180, 507-517, 2016
Microbiome interconnectedness throughout environments with major consequences for healthy people and a healthy planet
A Sessitsch, S Wakelin, M Schloter, E Maguin, T Cernava, ...
Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews 87 (3), e00212-22, 2023
Environmental refuges from disease in host–parasite interactions under global change
AS Gsell, A Biere, W de Boer, I de Bruijn, G Eichhorn, T Frenken, ...
Ecology 104 (4), e4001, 2023
Microbiome ethics, guiding principles for microbiome research, use and knowledge management
L Lange, G Berg, T Cernava, MC Champomier-Vergès, T Charles, ...
Environmental Microbiome 17 (1), 1-8, 2022
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