Birgit Daus Department of Analytical Chemistry, UFZ – Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Germany
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Christina Chaban Plant Signal Perception, Transduction and Integration, Centre for Plant Molecular Biology, University of Tuebingen, Germany
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Andreas Kappler Geomicrobiology Group, Centre for Applied Geosciences, University of Tuebingen, Germany
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Jörg Toepel Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research
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Marie Marie Muehe
  • Junior Research Group Leader, Center for Environmental Research and University of Tuebingen
Research focus
  • Environmental science
  • 1 Author merit


Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences, Department of Geosciences, University of Tuebingen, Germany, 2013

Current position

Postdoc in Environmental and Soil Biogeochemistry, Earth and Environmental Systems Science, Stanford University, USA


  1. Muehe, E. M., Morin, G., Scheer, L., Pape, P. L., Esteve, I., Daus, B. and Kappler, A. (2016). Arsenic(V) Incorporation in Vivianite during Microbial Reduction of Arsenic(V)-Bearing Biogenic Fe(III) (Oxyhydr)oxides. Environ Sci Technol 50(5): 2281-2291.
  2. Muehe, E. M., Schmidt, C.,  He, J., Helle, T., Kappler, A.  (2015). Microbially supported recovery of precious metals and rare earth elements from urban household waste incineration slag. Advanced Materials Research 1130, 652-655.  
  3. Muehe, E. M., Weigold, P., Adaktylou, I. J., Planer-Friedrich, B., Kraemer, U., Kappler, A. and Behrens, S. (2015). Rhizosphere microbial community composition affects cadmium and zinc uptake by the metal-hyperaccumulating plant Arabidopsis halleri. Appl Environ Microb 81(6): 2173-2181.
  4. Kappler, D., Emerson, J. A., Gralnick, E., Roden, E. and Muehe, E. M. (2015). Invited revisions for the Iron Geomicrobiology Chapter in Geomicrobiology 2015, 6th edition. In: Newman, D. K., Kappler, A. and Ehrlich, H. L. (eds).
  5. Muehe, E. M. and Kappler, A. (2014). Arsenic mobility and toxicity in South and South-east Asia–a review on biogeochemistry, health and socio-economic effects, remediation and risk predictions. Environ Chem 11(5): 483-495.
  6. Muehe, E. M., Eisele, J. F., Daus, B., Kappler, A., Harter, K. and Chaban, C. (2014). Are rice (Oryza sativa L.) phosphate transporters regulated similarly by phosphate and arsenate? A comprehensive study. Plant Mol Biol 85(3): 301-316.
  7. Muehe, E. M., Obst, M., Hitchcock, A., Tyliszczak, T., Behrens, S., Schroder, C., Byrne, J. M., Michel, F. M., Kramer, U. and Kappler, A. (2013). Fate of Cd during microbial Fe(III) mineral reduction by a novel and Cd-tolerant Geobacter species. Environ Sci Technol 47(24): 14099-14109.
  8. Muehe, E. M., Adaktylou, I. J., Obst, M., Zeitvogel, F., Behrens, S., Planer-Friedrich, B., Kraemer, U. and Kappler, A. (2013). Organic carbon and reducing conditions lead to cadmium immobilization by secondary Fe mineral formation in a pH-neutral soil. Environ Sci Technol 47(23): 13430-13439.
  9. Muehe, E. M., Scheer, L., Daus, B. and Kappler, A. (2013). Fate of arsenic during microbial reduction of biogenic versus Abiogenic As-Fe(III)-mineral coprecipitates. Environ Sci Technol 47(15): 8297-8307.
  10. Kleinert, S., Muehe, E. M., Posth, N. R., Dippon, U., Daus, B. and Kappler, A. (2011). Biogenic Fe(III) minerals lower the efficiency of iron-mineral-based commercial filter systems for arsenic removal. Environ Sci Technol 45(17): 7533-7541.
  11. Muehe, E. M., Gerhardt, S., Schink, B. and Kappler, A. (2009). Ecophysiology and the energetic benefit of mixotrophic Fe(II) oxidation by various strains of nitrate-reducing bacteria. FEMS Microbiol Ecol 70(3): 335-343.
1 Protocol published
Authors:  E. Marie Muehe, Andreas Kappler, Christina Chaban and Birgit Daus, date: 04/20/2015, view: 8224, Q&A: 0
Arsenic (As) plays an important role in rice production as vast soils used for rice cultivation contain As. To understand how rice plants deal with inorganic As (III) and As (V) and organic As in their tissue, it is important to obtain specific ...
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Inkjet 3D Printing of Polymers Resistant to Fungal Attachment
Authors:  Yinfeng He, Cindy Vallieres, Morgan R. Alexander, Ricky D. Wildman and Simon V. Avery, date: 05/05/2021, view: 2009, Q&A: 0

Inkjet 3D printing is an additive manufacturing method that allows the user to produce a small batch of customized devices for comparative study versus commercial products. Here, we describe the use of a commercial 2D ink development system

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Accelerated Snowmelt Protocol to Simulate Climate Change Induced Impacts on Snowpack Dependent Ecosystems
Field studies that simulate the effects of climate change are important for a predictive understanding of ecosystem responses to a changing environment. Among many concerns, regional warming can result in advanced timing of spring snowmelt in ...
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