Matthias Kästner
Matthias Kästner
Professor for Microbiology and Biotechnology, Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Biotechnology
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Effects of plants and microorganisms in constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment
U Stottmeister, A Wießner, P Kuschk, U Kappelmeyer, M Kaestner, ...
Biotechnology advances 22 (1-2), 93-117, 2003
SOM genesis: microbial biomass as a significant source
A Miltner, P Bombach, B Schmidt-Brücken, M Kästner
Biogeochemistry 111, 41-55, 2012
Quantitative assessment of microbial necromass contribution to soil organic matter
C Liang, W Amelung, J Lehmann, M Kästner
Global change biology 25 (11), 3578-3590, 2019
Technologies and perspectives for achieving carbon neutrality
F Wang, JD Harindintwali, Z Yuan, M Wang, F Wang, S Li, Z Yin, L Huang, ...
The Innovation 2 (4), 2021
Enumeration and characterization of the soil microflora from hydrocarbon-contaminated soil sites able to mineralize polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH)
M Kästner, M Breuer-Jammali, B Mahro
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 41, 267-273, 1994
Biodegradation of ciprofloxacin in water and soil and its effects on the microbial communities
C Girardi, J Greve, M Lamshöft, I Fetzer, A Miltner, A Schäffer, M Kästner
Journal of hazardous materials 198, 22-30, 2011
Annual cycle of nitrogen removal by a pilot-scale subsurface horizontal flow in a constructed wetland under moderate climate
P Kuschk, A Wiessner, U Kappelmeyer, E Weissbrodt, M Kästner, ...
Water research 37 (17), 4236-4242, 2003
Impact of inoculation protocols, salinity, and pH on the degradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and survival of PAH-degrading bacteria introduced into soil
M Kästner, M Breuer-Jammali, B Mahro
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 64 (1), 359-362, 1998
Microbial degradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in soils affected by the organic matrix of compost
M Kästner, B Mahro
Applied Microbiology and biotechnology 44, 668-675, 1996
Effect of plants and filter materials on bacteria removal in pilot-scale constructed wetlands
G Vacca, H Wand, M Nikolausz, P Kuschk, M Kästner
Water research 39 (7), 1361-1373, 2005
Classification and modelling of nonextractable residue (NER) formation of xenobiotics in soil–a synthesis
M Kaestner, KM Nowak, A Miltner, S Trapp, A Schaeffer
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 44 (19), 2107-2171, 2014
Identification of bacterial micropredators distinctively active in a soil microbial food web
T Lueders, R Kindler, A Miltner, MW Friedrich, M Kaestner
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72 (8), 5342-5348, 2006
Microbial processes of heavy metal removal from carbon‐deficient effluents in constructed wetlands
DB Kosolapov, P Kuschk, MB Vainshtein, AV Vatsourina, A Wiessner, ...
Engineering in Life Sciences 4 (5), 403-411, 2004
Soil‐carbon preservation through habitat constraints and biological limitations on decomposer activity
K Ekschmitt, E Kandeler, C Poll, A Brune, F Buscot, M Friedrich, ...
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 171 (1), 27-35, 2008
Formation of Bound Residues during Microbial Degradation of [14C]Anthracene in Soil
M Kastner, S Streibich, M Beyrer, HH Richnow, W Fritsche
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 65 (5), 1834-1842, 1999
Influence of the redox condition dynamics on the removal efficiency of a laboratory-scale constructed wetland
A Wießner, U Kappelmeyer, P Kuschk, M Kästner
Water research 39 (1), 248-256, 2005
Fate of microbial biomass-derived amino acids in soil and their contribution to soil organic matter
A Miltner, R Kindler, H Knicker, HH Richnow, M Kästner
Organic Geochemistry 40 (9), 978-985, 2009
Fate of gram-negative bacterial biomass in soil—mineralization and contribution to SOM
R Kindler, A Miltner, HH Richnow, M Kästner
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38 (9), 2860-2870, 2006
Effects of wood char and activated carbon on the hydrolysis of cellobiose by β-glucosidase from Aspergillus niger
C Lammirato, A Miltner, M Kaestner
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (9), 1936-1942, 2011
Stable Isotope Fractionation of Tetrachloroethene during Reductive Dechlorination by Sulfurospirillum multivorans and Desulfitobacterium sp. Strain PCE-S and …
I Nijenhuis, J Andert, K Beck, M Kästner, G Diekert, HH Richnow
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71 (7), 3413-3419, 2005
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