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1. Fungal species richness and diversity and hence dead wood colonization patterns vary with forest management intensity. Species richness and diversity of wood decaying fungi and Mycetozoa in the different decomposition stages of beech CWD increase with the proportion of beech trees in forest stands and decrease with timber extraction rates in these stands.

2. At the stand level, higher diversity of wood decaying fungi leads to a higher variation of wood decay pathways/mechanisms and to enhanced overall CWD decomposition.


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Baber K., Otto P., Kahl T., Gossner M. M., Wirth C., Gminder A., Bässler C. (2016): Disentangling the effects of forest-stand type and dead-wood origin of the early successional stage on the diversity of wood-inhabiting fungi. Forest Ecology and Management. 377, 161-169. doi: 10.1016/j.foreco.2016.07.011
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Diversität von Protisten im Totholz: Eine molekularbiologische Untersuchung von Schleimpilzen
Clissmann F., Fiore-Donno A. M., Hoppe B., Krüger D., Kahl T., Unterseher M., Schnittler M. (2015): First insight into dead wood protistan diversity: a molecular sampling of bright-spored Myxomycetes (Amoebozoa, slime-moulds) in decaying beech logs. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 91 (6): fiv050. doi: 10.1093/femsec/fiv050
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Qualitative und quantitative Analyse der Totholzvorräte des Biodiversitäts-Exploratorium Schorfheide
Haller S. (2013): Qualitative und quantitative Analyse der Totholzvorräte des Biodiversitäts-Exploratorium Schorfheide. Master thesis, University Freiburg
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Hoppe B. (2015): Microbial diversity and community structure in deadwood of Fagus sylvatica L. and Picea abies (L.) H. Karst. Dissertation, University Freiburg. doi: 10.6094/UNIFR/10228
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Ein „pyrosequenzierter“ Einblick in die bakterielle Diversität von Buchen- und Fichtentotholz
Hoppe B., Krüger D., Kahl T., Arnstadt T., Buscot F., Bauhus J., Wubet T. (2015): A pyrosequencing insight into sprawling bacterial diversity and community dynamics in decaying deadwood logs of Fagus sylvatica and Picea abies. Nature, Scientific Reports 5: 9456. doi: 10.1038/srep09456
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Die Verlinkung von holzzersetzenden Pilzen mit Ökosystemfunktionen und -prozessen in zentraleuropäischen Wäldern
Hoppe B., Purahong W., Wubet T., Kahl T., Bauhus J., Arnstadt T., Hofrichter M., Buscot F., Krüger D. (2016): Linking molecular deadwood-inhabiting fungal diversity and community dynamics to ecosystem functions and processes in Central European forests. Fungal Diversity 77 (1), 367-379. doi: 10.1007/s13225-015-0341-x
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Kahl T., Arnstadt T., Baber K., Bässler K., Bauhus J., Borken W., Buscot F., Floren A., Heibl C., Hessenmöller D., Hofrichter M., Hoppe B., Kellner H., Krüger D., Linsenmair K. E., Matzner E., Otto P., Purahong W., Seilwinder C., Schulze E.-D., Wende B., Weisser W. W., Gossner M. M. (2017): Wood decay rates of 13 temperate tree species in relation to wood properties, enzyme activities and organismic diversities. Forest Ecology and Management 391, 86-95. doi: 10.1016/j.foreco.2017.02.012
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Maßgebende Faktoren der CO2-Emissionsraten von Totholzstämmen unterschied-licher Baumarten zu Beginn des Zersetzungsprozesses
Kahl T., Baber K., Otto P., Wirth C., Bauhus J. (2015): Drivers of CO2 Emission Rates from Dead Wood Logs of 13 Tree Species in the Initial Decomposition Phase. Forests 6 (7), 2484-2504. doi: 10.3390/f6072484
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Ein geeignetes Maß für die Bewirtschaftungsintensität von Wäldern
Kahl T., Bauhus J. (2014): An index of forest management intensity based on assessment of harvested tree volume, tree species composition and dead wood origin. Nature Conservation 7, 15-27. doi: 10.3897/natureconservation.7.7281
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Totholzvorräte in Abhängigkeit von Bewirtschaftungsform und Bewirtschaftungsintensität im Biodiversitäts-Exploratorium Schwäbische Alb
Mühlhäuser P. (2012): Totholzvorräte in Abhängigkeit von Bewirtschaftungsform und Bewirtschaftungsintensität im Biodiversitäts-Exploratorium Schwäbische Alb. Bachelor thesis, University Freiburg
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Influence of different management regimes on the dead wood content in the Biodiversity Exploratory Hainich Dünn in Thuringia
Nitsche M. (2013): Influence of different management regimes on the dead wood content in the Biodiversity Exploratory Hainich Dünn in Thuringia. Master thesis, University of Goettingen
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Molekulare mikrobielle Diversität von Totholz und Laubstreu in Wäldern verschiedener Waldbewirtschaftungsintensität
Purahong W. (2014): Molecular microbial diversity of deadwood and leaf litter in forests of different forest management intensity. Dissertation, TU München
More information:  mediatum.ub.tum.de
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Veränderungen innerhalb eines Landnutzungstyps beeinflussen die mikrobielle Diversität und Artenzusammensetzung in Waldökosystemen
Purahong W., Hoppe B., Kahl T., Schloter M., Schulze E.-D., Bauhus J., Buscot F., Krüger D. (2014): Changes within a single land-use category alter microbial diversity and community structure: molecular evidence from wood-inhabiting fungi in forest ecosystems. Journal of Environmental Management 139, 109–119. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2014.02.031
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Purahong W., Kahl T., Krüger D., Buscot F., Hoppe B. (2019): Home-Field Advantage in Wood Decomposition Is Mainly Mediated by Fungal Community Shifts at “Home” Versus “Away”. Microbial Ecology 78 (3), 725–736. doi: 10.1007/s00248-019-01334-6
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Die Pilzarten und Pilzarten-gemeinschaften im Totholz unterschiedlich bewirtschaf-teter Buchenwälder
Purahong W., Kahl T., Schloter M., Bauhus J., Buscot F., Krüger D. (2014): Comparing fungal richness and community composition in coarse woody debris in Central European beech forests under three types of management. Mycological Progress 13 (3), 959-964. doi: 10.1007/s11557-013-954-y
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Einfluss der Bewirtschaftungsintensität auf den mikrobiellen Streuabbau in deutschen Buchenwäldern
Purahong W., Kapturska D., Pecyna M. J., Jariyavidyanont K., Kaunzner J., Juncheed K., Uengwetwanit T., Rudloff R., Schulz E., Hofrichter M., Schloter M., Krüger D., Buscot F. (2015): Effects of Forest Management Practices in Temperate Beech Forests on Bacterial and Fungal Communities Involved in Leaf Litter Degradation. Microbial Ecology 69 (4), 905-913. doi: 10.1007/s00248-015-0585-8
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Einfluss verschiedener Waldbewirtschaftungssysteme auf die Abbaurate der Laubstreu, Nährstoffdynamik und Aktivität ligninzersetzender Enzyme.
Purahong W., Kapturska D., Pecyna M. J., Schulz E., Schloter M., Buscot F., Hofrichter M., Krüger D. (2014): Influence of Different Forest System Management Practices on Leaf Litter Decomposition Rates, Nutrient Dynamics and the Activity of Ligninolytic Enzymes: A Case Study from Central European Forests. PLoS ONE 9(4): e93700. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0093700
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Purahong W., Krüger D. (2012): A better understanding of functional roles of fungi in the decomposition process: using precursor rRNA containing ITS regions as a marker for the active fungal community. Annals of Forest Science 69 (6), 659-662. doi: 10.1007/s13595-012-0210-7
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Pilznetzwerke bei der Zersetzung von Blattstreu
Purahong W., Krüger D., Buscot F., Wubet T. (2016): Correlations between the composition of modular fungal communities and litter decomposition-associated ecosystem functions. Fungal Ecology 22, 106–114. doi: 10.1016/j.funeco.2016.04.009
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Mikrobielle Gemeinschaftsstruktur und Enzyme in der Blattstreu sollten getrennt betrachtet werden
Purahong W., Schloter M., Pecyna M. J., Kapturska D., Däumlich V., Mital S., Buscot F., Hofrichter M., Gutknecht J. L. M., Krüger D. (2014): Uncoupling of microbial community structure and function in decomposing litter across beech forest ecosystems in Central Europe. Scientific Reports 4:7014. doi: 10.1038/srep07014
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Einfluss von bestimmten Primer-Paaren auf die Analyse von bakteriellen Gemeinschaften in Bodenproben
Purahong W., Stempfhuber B., Lentendu G., Francioli D., Reitz T., Buscot F., Schloter M., Krüger D. (2015): Influence of Commonly Used Primer Systems on Automated Ribosomal Intergenic Spacer Analysis of Bacterial Communities in Environmental Samples. PLoS ONE 10(3): e0118967. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0118967
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Purahong W., Wubet T., Kahl T., Anstadt T., Hoppe B., Lentendu G., Baber K., Rose T., Kellner H., Hofrichter M., Bauhus J., Krüger D., Buscot F. (2018): Increasing N deposition impacts neither diversity nor functions of deadwood-inhabiting fungal communities, but adaptation and functional redundancy warrants ecosystem function. Environmental Microbiology 20 (5), 1693-1710. doi: 10.1111/1462-2920.14081
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Purahong W., Wubet T., Krüger D., Buscot F. (2018): Molecular evidence strongly supports deadwood-inhabiting fungi exhibiting unexpected tree species preferences in temperate forests. The ISME Journal 12, 289–295. doi: 10.1038/ismej.2017.177
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Purahong W., Wubet T., Krüger D., Buscot F. (2019): Application of next‐generation sequencing technologies to conservation of wood‐inhabiting fungi. Conservation Biology 33 (3), 716-724. doi: 10.1111/cobi.13240
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Purahong W., Wubet T., Lentendu G., Hoppe B., Jariyavidyanont K., Arnstadt T., Baber K., Otto P., Kellner H., Hofrichter M., Bauhus J., Weisser W. W., Krüger D., Schulze E.-D., Kahl T., Buscot F. (2018): Determinants of deadwood-inhabiting fungal communities in temperate forest: molecular evidence from a large scale deadwood decomposition experiment. Frontiers in Microbiology 9:2120. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2018.02120
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Leben in der Blattstreu: Neue Einblicke in die Dynamik von Bakterien- und Pilzgemeinschaften
Purahong W., Wubet T., Lentendu G., Schloter M., Pecyna M. J., Kapturska D., Hofrichter M., Krüger D., Buscot F. (2016): Life in leaf litter: novel insights into community dynamics of bacteria and fungi during litter decomposition. Molecular Ecology 25 (6), 4059–4074. doi: 10.1111/mec.13739
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The influence of experimental nitrogen deposition on coarse woody debris CO and CO2 efflux
Der Einfluss experimenteller Stickstoff Deposition auf die CO und CO2 Flüsse aus Totholz
Rose T. (2015): The influence of experimental nitrogen deposition on coarse woody debris CO and CO2 efflux. Master thesis, University Freiburg
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Einfluss der Ernteintensität auf Arten und Strukturvielfalt in Wäldern
Storch F. (2018): Influence of harvesting intensity on species and structural diversity of forests. Dissertation, University Freiburg
More information:  freidok.uni-freiburg.de
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Yurkov A., Wehde T., Kahl T., Begerow D. (2012): Aboveground deadwood deposition supports development of soil yeasts. Diversity 4 (4), 453-474. doi: 10.3390/d4040453
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Prof. Dr. Jürgen Bauhus
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Prof. Dr. Jürgen Bauhus
Prof. Dr. Francois Buscot
Project manager
Prof. Dr. Francois Buscot
Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung GmbH - UFZ
Prof. Dr. Martin Hofrichter
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Prof. Dr. Martin Hofrichter
TU Dresden, Internationales Hochschulinstitut Zittau
Dr. Tiemo Kahl
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Dr. Tiemo Kahl
Dr. Björn Hoppe
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Dr. Björn Hoppe
Julius Kühn-Institut
Dr. Dirk Krüger
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Dr. Dirk Krüger
Dr. Peter Otto
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Dr. Peter Otto
Kristin Baber
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