Aquatic ecology group at the Institute for Zoology at University of Cologne. Follow our research and publications on ResearchGate or Google Scholar and via Twitter. This site is rather new and incomplete, but will be amended and updated soon (as of May 2018)
One on effects of global warming on freshwater plankton with Eric von Elert and one on the Gene expression of Daphnia magna with Heidi Windisch.
One on western fire salamanders with Timm Reinhardt and Maja Ilic and one on the food web of Salar de Atacama, Chile with Jana Moelzner and Lisa Burmann.
Max Diesner started a PostDoc and Jessica Titocci a PhD in our group. Klick on their names to read more about their research.
Daphnia transcriptomics of under essential fatty acid limitation in (Molecular Ecology 27 (4) and enzyme activities and gene expression dependent on dietary quality (Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B 218)
Michelle started her BSc thesis on inducible defenses in Daphnia on March 5th.
Transcriptomics of D. magna under essential fatty acid limitation with Heidi Windisch and Enzyme activities and gene expression of D. pulex dependent on dietary quality with Anke Schwarzenberger
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Funded within DFG priority programme DynaTrait
Collaboration with the German Federal Environment Agency yields publications in Water Research, Environmental Pollution, and Environmental Science and Pollution Research
Stephanie Trench Fiol starts DAAD fellowship on metatranscriptomics in high altitude wetlands
Results of Sophie Groendahl's PhD thesis published in Scientific Reports, PloS One (2016), BMC Ecology, and PloS One (2017).
Collaboration project with the University of Koblenz-Landau published in Environmental Science and Technology