BUNDSCHUH Mirco (University of Koblenz-Landau, GERMANY)

First Name: Mirco

Name: Bundschuh

Position: Junior Professor

Email: bundschuh@uni-landau.de

Institute / University / Company: University of Koblenz-Landau

Research Unit: Institute for Environmental Sciences

Address (city, state): Fortstrasse 7

Country: Germany

Please give 5 key-words showing your research / interest in Microbial Ecotoxicolgy:

  • aquatic fungi
  • leaf decomposition
  • bottom up effects
  • periphyton
  • qPCR

Main kinds of contaminant(s) of interest:

  • nanoparticles
  • antibiotics
  • fungicides
  • microplastics

Main kinds of microorganisms of interest:

  • aquatic fungi
  • bacteria
  • algae

Main kinds of ecosystems of interest: freshwater ecosystems

Do you give courses on Microbial Ecotoxicology ?: NO

Most relevant articles in the field of Microbial Ecotoxicology (max.5):

  • Feckler, A., Goedkoop, W., Konschak, M., Bundschuh, R., Kenngott, K.G.J., Schulz, R., Zubrod, J.P. and Bundschuh, M. (2018) History matters: heterotrophic microbial community structure and function adapt to multiple stressors. Global Change Biology 24(2), e402–e415.
  • Bundschuh, M., Hahn, T., Gessner, M.O. and Schulz, R. (2009) Antibiotics as a chemical stressor affecting an aquatic decomposer-detritivore system. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 28(1), 197-203.
  • Bundschuh, M., Zubrod, J.P., Kosol, S., Maltby, L., Stang, C., Duester, L. and Schulz, R. (2011) Fungal composition on leaves explains pollutant-mediated indirect effects on amphipod feeding. Aquatic Toxicology 104(1), 32-37.
  • Zubrod, J.P., Englert, D., Wolfram, J., Rosenfeldt, R.R., Feckler, A., Bundschuh, R., Seitz, F., Konschak, M., Baudy, P., Lüderwald, S., Fink, P., Lorke, A., Schulz, R. and Bundschuh, M. (2017) Long-term effects of fungicides on leaf-associated microorganisms and shredder populations – an artificial stream study. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 36(8), 2178-2189.
  • Feckler, A., Schrimpf, A., Bundschuh, M., Bärlocher, F., Baudy, P., Cornut, J. and Schulz, R. (2017) Quantitative real-time PCR as a promising tool for the detection and quantification of leaf-associated fungal species – a proof of principle using Alatospora pulchella. PLoS One 12(4), e0174634.

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