Michael Kühl
Michael Kühl
Professor (Aquatic Microbial Ecology), University of Copenhagen, Denmark
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Fluorescent pigments in corals are photoprotective
A Salih, A Larkum, G Cox, M Kuhl, O Hoegh-Guldberg
Nature 408 (6814), 850-853, 2000
7032000
Microenvironment and photosynthesis of zooxanthellae in scleractinian corals studied with microsensors for 02, pH and light
NP Revsbech
Marine Ecology Progress Series 117, 159-172.1995, 1995
5491995
The in vivo biofilm
T Bjarnsholt, M Alhede, M Alhede, SR Eickhardt-Sørensen, C Moser, ...
Trends in microbiology 21 (9), 466-474, 2013
5302013
Fiber‐optic oxygen microsensors, a new tool in aquatic biology
I Klimant, V Meyer, M Kühl
Limnology and Oceanography 40 (6), 1159-1165, 1995
4281995
An Amperometric Microsensor for the Determination of H2S in Aquatic Environments
P Jeroschewski, C Steuckart, M Kühl
Analytical Chemistry 68 (24), 4351-4357, 1996
3931996
Quantifying microbial diversity: morphotypes, 16S rRNA genes, and carotenoids of oxygenic phototrophs in microbial mats
U Nübel, F Garcia-Pichel, M Kühl, G Muyzer
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 65 (2), 422-430, 1999
3391999
A nitrite microsensor for profiling environmental biofilms
D De Beer, A Schramm, CM Santegoeds, M Kuhl
Applied and environmental microbiology 63 (3), 973-977, 1997
3181997
Distribution of sulfate-reducing bacteria, O2, and H2S in photosynthetic biofilms determined by oligonucleotide probes and microelectrodes.
NB Ramsing, M Kuhl, BB Jorgensen
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 59 (11), 3840, 1993
3101993
Microsensor measurements of sulfate reduction and sulfide oxidation in compact microbial communities of aerobic biofilms
M Kühl, BB Jørgensen
Applied and environmental microbiology 58 (4), 1164-1174, 1992
3101992
MICROENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS‐COUPLED RESPIRATION IN AN EPILITHIC CYANOBACTERIAL BIOFILM1
M Kühl, RN Glud, H Ploug, NB Ramsing
Journal of Phycology 32 (5), 799-812, 1996
2331996
Anoxic aggregates-an ephemeral phenomenon in the pelagic environment?
H Ploug, M Kühl, B Buchholz-Cleven, BB Jørgensen
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 13 (3), 285-294, 1997
2221997
Optical measurement of oxygen and temperature in microscale: strategies and biological applications1
I Klimant, M Kuhl, RN Glud, G Holst
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 38 (1-3), 29-37, 1997
2171997
In situ analysis of nitrogen fixation and metabolic switching in unicellular thermophilic cyanobacteria inhabiting hot spring microbial mats
AS Steunou, D Bhaya, MM Bateson, MC Melendrez, DM Ward, E Brecht, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (7), 2398-2403, 2006
2162006
A niche for cyanobacteria containing chlorophyll d
M Kühl, M Chen, PJ Ralph, U Schreiber, AWD Larkum
Nature 433 (7028), 820-820, 2005
2132005
Microsensor studies of photosynthesis and respiration in the symbiotic foraminifer Orbulina universa
S Rink, M Kühl, J Bijma, HJ Spero
Marine Biology 131 (4), 583-595, 1998
1851998
The light field of microbenthic communities: radiance distribution and microscale optics of sandy coastal sediments
M Kiih, BB Jorgensen
Limnology and oceanography 39 (6), 1368-1398, 1994
1791994
Highly Photostable Near-Infrared Fluorescent pH Indicators and Sensors Based on BF2-Chelated Tetraarylazadipyrromethene Dyes
T Jokic, SM Borisov, R Saf, DA Nielsen, M Kühl, I Klimant
Analytical chemistry 84 (15), 6723-6730, 2012
1782012
Photosynthetic performance of surface-associated algae below sea ice as measured with a pulse amplitude-modulated (PAM) fluorometer and O2 microsensors
M Kühl, RN Glud, J Borum, R Roberts, S Rysgaard
Marine ecology progress series 223, 1-14, 2001
1782001
In situ methods for assessment of microorganisms and their activities
R Amann, M Kühl
Current opinion in microbiology 1 (3), 352-358, 1998
1771998
Light penetration and light intensity in sandy marine sediments measured with irradiance and scalar irradiance fiber-optic microprobes
M Kühl, C Lassen, BB Jørgensen
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 139-148, 1994
1731994
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