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Publications before 2016

Rieck, A., Herlemann D.P.R., Jürgens K. and Grossart H.-P. 2015. Particle-associated differ from free-living bacteria in surface waters of the Baltic Sea. Front. Microbiol. 6:1297. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2015.01297


Bergen, B., Herlemann, D.P.R. and Jürgens, K. 2015. Zonation of bacterioplankton communities along aging upwelled water in the northern Benguela upwelling. Front. Microbiol. 6:621. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2015.00621


Herlemann D.P.R., Woelk J., Labrenz M., and K.Jürgens. 2014. Diversity and abundance of “Pelagibacterales” (SAR11) in the Baltic Sea salinity gradient. Syst. Appl. Microbiol: 37,  601–604


Bergen, B., Herlemann, D.P.R., Labrenz, M., and K. Jürgens. 2014. Distribution of the verrucomicrobial clade Spartobacteria along a salinity gradient in the Baltic Sea. Environ Microb: 6, 625–630


Herlemann D.P.R., Manecki M, Meeske C, Pollehne F, Labrenz M, Schulz-Bull D., Dittmar T., and K. Jürgens. 2014.Uncoupling of bacterial and terrigenous dissolved organic matter dynamics in decomposition experiments. PLoS ONE 9(4): e93945.


Herlemann D.P.R., Lundin D., Labrenz M., Jürgens K., Zheng Z., Aspeborg H., and A.F. Andersson. 2013. Metagenomic de novo assembly of an aquatic representative of the verrucomicrobial class Spartobacteria. mBio 4(3):e00569-12.


Herlemann D.P.R., Labrenz M., Jürgens K., Bertilsson S., Waniek J.J., and A.F. Andersson. 2011, Transitions in bacterial communities along the 2000 km salinity gradient of the Baltic Sea. ISMEJ 5: 1571–1579.

Herlemann D.P.R., Geissinger, O., Ikeda-Ohtsubo, W., Kunin, V., Sun, H, Lapidus A., Hugenholtz P., and A. Brune. 2009. Genome analysis of Elusimicrobium minutum, the first cultivated representative of the Elusimicrobia phylum (formerly Termite Group 1). Appl Environ Microbiol: 75, 2841-2849


Geissinger O., Herlemann, D.P.R., Maier U., and A. Brune. 2009. Elusimicrobium minutum gen. nov., the first isolate of the Termite Group 1 phylum. Appl Environ Microbiol: 75, 2831-2840.


Herlemann D.P.R., Geissinger, O., and A. Brune. 2007. The Termite Group 1 phylum is highly diverse and widespread in the environment. Appl Environ Microbiol: 73, 6682-6685.


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