Publikationen M78-2 (i.d.R peer-reviewed)

  1. Adam, N. and Perner, M. (2018): Novel hydrogenases from deep-sea hydrothermal vent metagenomes identified by a recently developed activity-based screen. ISME Journal: 12: 1225-1236. []
  2. Bau, M., Balan, S., Schmidt, K. and Koschinsky, A. (2010): Rare earth elements in mussel shells of the Mytilidae family as tracers for hidden and fossil high-temperature hydrothermal systems. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 299: 310-316. [doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2010.09.011]
  3. Böhnke, S. and Perner, M. (2015): A function-based screen for seeking RubisCO active clones from metagenomes: novel enzymes influencing RubisCO activity. ISME Journal 9 (3): 735-745. [doi:10.1038/ismej.2014.163]
  4. Böhnke, S. and Perner, M. (2019): Seeking active RubisCO from the currently uncultured microbial majority colonizing deep-sea hydrothermal vent environments. The ISME Journal 13: 2475-2488. []
  5. Breusing, C., Biastoch, A., Drews, A., Metaxas, A., Jollivet, D., Vrijenhoek, R.C., Bayer, T., Melzner, F., Sayavedra, L., Petersen, J.M., Dubilier, N., Schilhabel, M.B., Philip Rosenstiel, P. and Reusch, T. B.H. (2016): Biophysical and Population Genetic Models Predict the Presence of “Phantom” Stepping Stones Connecting Mid-Atlantic Ridge Vent Ecosystems. Current Biology 26: 2257-2267. []
  6. Dekov, V.M., Petersen, S., Garbe-Schönberg, D., Kamenov, G.D., Perner, M., Kuzmann, E. and Schmidt, M. (2010): Fe–Si-oxyhydroxide deposits at a slow-spreading centre with thickened oceanic crust: The Lilliput hydrothermal field (9°33′S, Mid-Atlantic Ridge). Chemical Geology 278: 186–200. [doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2010.09.012]
  7. Eizaguirre, C. (2016): Evolution: Ocean Models Reveal Life in Deep Seas. Current Biology Dispatches 26: R853-R855. []
  8. Gonnella, G., Böhnke, S., Indenbirken, D., Garbe-Schönberg, D., Seifert, R., Mertens, C. Kurtz, S. and Perner, M. (2016): Endemic hydrothermal vent species identified in the open ocean seed bank. Nature Microbiology 1: 1-7. [DOI: 10.1038/NMICROBIOL.2016.86]
  9. Haase, K.M., Koschinsky, A., Petersen, S., Devey, C.W., German, C., Lackschewitz, K.S., Melchert, M., Seifert, R., Borowski, C., Giere, O. and Paulick. H. (2009): Diking, young volcamism and diffuse hydrothermal activity on the southern Mid-Atlantic Ridge: The Lilliput field at 9°33’S. Marine Geology 266: 52-64. [doi:10.1016/j.margeo.2009.07.012]
  10. Hansen, M. and Perner, M. (2015): A novel hydrogen oxidizer amidst the sulfur-oxidizing Thiomicrospira lineage. The ISME Journal 9: 696-707. [doi:10.1038/ismej.2014.173]
  11. Klevenz, V., Bach, W., Schmidt, K., Hentscher, M., Koschinsky, A. and Petersen, S. (2011): Geochemistry of vent fluid particles formed during initial hydrothermal fluid-seawater mixing along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (G3) 12 (10): Q0AE05. [doi:10.1029/2011GC003704]
  12. Klevenz, V., Sander, S., Perner, M. and Koschinsky, A. (2012): Amelioration of free copper by hydrothermal vent microbes as a response to high copper concentrations, Chemistry and Ecology. 28 (5): 405-420. [DOI:10.1080/02757540.2012.666531]
  13. Koschinsky, A., Kausch, M. and Borowski, C. (2014): Metal concentrations in the tissues of the hydrothermal vent mussel Bathymodiolus: Reflection of different metal sources. Marine Environmental Research 95: 62-73. []
  14. Koschinsky, A., Schmidt, K. and Garbe-Schönberg, D. (2020): Geochemical time series of hydrothermal fluids from the slow-spreading Mid-Atlantic Ridge: Implications of medium-term stability. Chemical Geology 552: 119760. []
  15. Miller, K.A., Thompson, K.F. Johnston, P. and Santillo, D. (2018): An Overview of Seabed Minind Including the Current State of Development, Environmental Impacs, and Knowledge Gaps. Frontiers in Marine Science 4: 1-24. [doi: 10.3389/fmars.2017.00418]
  16. Perner, M., Hentscher, M., Rychlik, N., Seifert, R., Strauss, H. and Bach, W. (2011): Driving forces behind the biotope structures in two low-temperature hydrothermal venting sites on the southern Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Environmental Microbiology Reports 3 (6): 727–737. [doi:10.1111/j.1758-2229.2011.00291.x]
  17. Perner, M., Hansen, M., Seifert, R., Strauss, H., Koschinsky, A., and Petersen S. (2013b): Linking geology, fluid chemistry, and microbial activity of basalt- and ultramafic-hosted deep-sea hydrothermal vent environments. Geobiology 11: 340-355. [DOI: 10.1111/gbi.12039]
  18. Perner, M., Gonnella, G., Kurtz, S. and LaRoche, J. (2014): Handling Temperature Burstst Reaching 464°C, Different Microbial Strategies in the Sisters Peak Hydrothermal Chimney. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 80 (15): 4585-4598. [doi:10.1128/AEM.01460-14]
  19. Petersen, J.M., Zielinski, F.U., Pape, T., Seifert, R., Moraru, C., Amann, R., Hourdez, S., Giguis, P.R., Wankel, S.D., Barbe, V., Pelletier, E., Fink, D., Borowski, C., Bach, W., Dubilier, N. (2011): Hydrogen is an energy source for hydrothermal vent symbiosis. Nature 476: 176-180 (+ suppl). [doi:10.1038/nature10325]
  20. Rossel, P., Stubbins, A., Rebling, T., Koschinsky, A., Hawkes, J.A. and Dittmar, T. (2017): Thermally altered marine dissolved organic matter in hydrothermal fluids. Organic Geochemistry 110: 73-86. []
  21. Schmidt, K., Garbe-Schönberg, D., Koschinsky, A., Strauss, H., Jost, C.L., Klevenz, V. and Königer, P. (2011): Fluid elemental and stable isotope composition of the Nibelungen hydrothermal field (8°18’S, Mid-Atlantic Ridge): Constraints on fluid-rock interaction in heterogeneous lithoshpere. Chemical Geology 280: 1-18. [doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2010.07.008]
  22. Sedlazeck, A., Köser, K. and Koch, R. (2009): 3D Reconstruction Based on Underwater Video from ROV KIEL 6000 Considering Unterwater Imaging Conditions. In: IEEE OCEANS Conference, Bremen, Germany, 2009: 10 pp. [DOI: 10.1109/OCEANSE.2009.5278305]
  23. van der Heijden, K., Petersen, J.M., Dubilier, N. and Borowski, C. (2012): Genetic connectivity between North and South Mid-Atlantic Ridge chemosynthetic bivalves and their symbionts. PLoS One 7 (7): e39994. [doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0039994]
  24. Walter, M., Mertens, C., Stöber, U., German, C.R., Yoerger, D.R., Sültenfuß, J., Rhein, M., Melchert, B., Baker, E.T. (2010): Rapid dispersal of a hydrothermal plume by turbulent mixing. Deep Sea Research I 57: 931-945. [doi:10.1016/j.dsr.2010.04.010]

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