Martin W. Hahn
Martin W. Hahn
University of Innsbruck, Research Department for Limnology (Mondsee)
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Grazing of protozoa and its effect on populations of aquatic bacteria
MW Hahn, MG Höfle
FEMS microbiology ecology 35 (2), 113-121, 2001
Bacterioplankton community composition along a salinity gradient of sixteen high-mountain lakes located on the Tibetan Plateau, China
QL Wu, G Zwart, M Schauer, MP Kamst-van Agterveld, MW Hahn
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72 (8), 5478-5485, 2006
Isolation of novel ultramicrobacteria classified as Actinobacteria from five freshwater habitats in Europe and Asia
MW Hahn, H Lünsdorf, Q Wu, M Schauer, MG Höfle, J Boenigk, P Stadler
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69 (3), 1442-1451, 2003
Bacterial filament formation, a defense mechanism against flagellate grazing, is growth rate controlled in bacteria of different phyla
MW Hahn, ERB Moore, MG Höfle
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 65 (1), 25-35, 1999
The filtration–acclimatization method for isolation of an important fraction of the not readily cultivable bacteria
MW Hahn, P Stadler, QL Wu, M Pöckl
Journal of microbiological methods 57 (3), 379-390, 2004
Flagellate predation on a bacterial model community: interplay of size-selective grazing, specific bacterial cell size, and bacterial community composition
MW Hahn, MG Höfle
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 65 (11), 4863-4872, 1999
Isolation of strains belonging to the cosmopolitan Polynucleobacter necessarius cluster from freshwater habitats located in three climatic zones
MW Hahn
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69 (9), 5248-5254, 2003
The microbial diversity of inland waters
MW Hahn
Current opinion in biotechnology 17 (3), 256-261, 2006
Submersed macrophytes play a key role in structuring bacterioplankton community composition in the large, shallow, subtropical Taihu Lake, China
QL Wu, G Zwart, J Wu, MP Kamst‐van Agterveld, S Liu, MW Hahn
Environmental Microbiology 9 (11), 2765-2774, 2007
Grazing pressure by a bacterivorous flagellate reverses the relative abundance of Comamonas acidovoransPX54 and Vibrio Strain CB5 in chemostat cocultures
MW Hahn, MG Höfle
Applied and environmental microbiology 64 (5), 1910-1918, 1998
The diversity of the Limnohabitans genus, an important group of freshwater bacterioplankton, by characterization of 35 isolated strains
V Kasalický, J Jezbera, MW Hahn, K Šimek
PloS one 8 (3), e58209, 2013
Maximum growth rates and possible life strategies of different bacterioplankton groups in relation to phosphorus availability in a freshwater reservoir
K Šimek, K Horňák, J Jezbera, J Nedoma, J Vrba, V Straškrábová, ...
Environmental microbiology 8 (9), 1613-1624, 2006
Ecotypes of planktonic Actinobacteria with identical 16S rRNA genes adapted to thermal niches in temperate, subtropical, and tropical freshwater habitats
MW Hahn, M Pöckl
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71 (2), 766-773, 2005
Description of seven candidate species affiliated with the phylum Actinobacteria, representing planktonic freshwater bacteria
MW Hahn
International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology 59 (1 …, 2009
Actinorhodopsin genes discovered in diverse freshwater habitats and among cultivated freshwater Actinobacteria
AK Sharma, K Sommerfeld, GS Bullerjahn, AR Matteson, SW Wilhelm, ...
The ISME journal 3 (6), 726-737, 2009
Do patterns of bacterial diversity along salinity gradients differ from those observed for macroorganisms?
J Wang, D Yang, Y Zhang, J Shen, C Van Der Gast, MW Hahn, Q Wu
PLoS One 6 (11), e27597, 2011
Strain-specific differences in the grazing sensitivities of closely related ultramicrobacteria affiliated with the Polynucleobacter cluster
J Boenigk, P Stadler, A Wiedlroither, MW Hahn
Applied and environmental microbiology 70 (10), 5787-5793, 2004
Low intraspecific diversity in a Polynucleobacter subcluster population numerically dominating bacterioplankton of a freshwater pond
MW Hahn, M Pöckl, QL Wu
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71 (8), 4539-4547, 2005
Differing Daphnia magna assimilation efficiencies for terrestrial, bacterial, and algal carbon and fatty acids
SJ Taipale, MT Brett, MW Hahn, D Martin-Creuzburg, S Yeung, ...
Ecology 95 (2), 563-576, 2014
Broad habitat range of the phylogenetically narrow R-BT065 cluster, representing a core group of the betaproteobacterial genus Limnohabitans
K Šimek, V Kasalický, J Jezbera, J Jezberová, J Hejzlar, MW Hahn
Applied and environmental microbiology 76 (3), 631-639, 2010
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