Andreas Beck Department of Lichenology and Bryology, Botanische Staatssammlung München, Germany
1 protocol

Christoph Scheidegger Biodiversity and Conservation Biology, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Switzerland
2 protocols

Carolina Cornejo Forest Health and Biotic Interactions, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Switzerland
2 protocols
Alba Blesa Universidad Francisco de Vitoria
26 protocols

Irit Adini Harvard Medical School
6 protocols

Jan-Ulrik Dahl Illinois State University
5 protocols

Joëlle Schläpfer University of Zurich
13 protocols

Francesco Dal Dal Grande
  • Post-Doc, Senckenberg Gesellschaft fuer Naturforschung
Research focus
  • Plant science
  • molecular ecology, population genetics, phylogenomics
  • 1 Author merit


P.h.D., University of Bern

Lab information

Imke Schmitt Lab


1 Protocol published
Genomic DNA Extraction and Genotyping of Dictyochloropsis Green Algae Strains
Authors:  Francesco Dal Grande, Carolina Cornejo, Christoph Scheidegger and Andreas Beck, date: 08/05/2015, view: 10296, Q&A: 0
Dictyochloropsis is an ecologically important genus of free-living and symbiotic green algae. Representatives of this genus are horizontally transmitted among several fungi of the family Lobariaceae, thus forming photobiont-mediated guilds. ...
3 Protocols reviewed
A Microbial Bioassay for Direct Contact Assessment of Soil Toxicity Based on Oxygen Consumption of Sulfur Oxidizing Bacteria
Authors:  Ebenezer Ashun, Umair Ali Toor, Heonseop Eom and Sang-Eun Oh, date: 01/05/2020, view: 2012, Q&A: 0
A new direct contact assessment of soil toxicity using sulfur oxidizing bacteria (SOB) is proposed for analyzing the toxicity of soils. The proposed method is based on the ability of SOB to oxidize elemental sulfur to sulfuric acid in the presence ...
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Extraction and 16S rRNA Sequence Analysis of Microbiomes Associated with Rice Roots
Authors:  Joseph Edwards, Christian Santos-Medellín and Venkatesan Sundaresan, date: 06/20/2018, view: 11308, Q&A: 0
Plant roots associate with a wide diversity of bacteria and archaea across the root-soil spectrum. The rhizosphere microbiota, the communities of microbes in the soil adjacent to the root, can contain up to 10 billion bacterial cells per gram of ...
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