Guillaume Lentendu
Guillaume Lentendu
University of Neuchâtel, Switzerlan
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Mineral vs. organic amendments: microbial community structure, activity and abundance of agriculturally relevant microbes are driven by long-term fertilization strategies
D Francioli, E Schulz, G Lentendu, T Wubet, F Buscot, T Reitz
Frontiers in microbiology 7, 1446, 2016
Life in leaf litter: novel insights into community dynamics of bacteria and fungi during litter decomposition
W Purahong, T Wubet, G Lentendu, M Schloter, MJ Pecyna, D Kapturska, ...
Molecular ecology 25 (16), 4059-4074, 2016
Urban areas as hotspots for bees and pollination but not a panacea for all insects
P Theodorou, R Radzevičiūtė, G Lentendu, B Kahnt, M Husemann, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 576, 2020
Parasites dominate hyperdiverse soil protist communities in Neotropical rainforests
F Mahé, C de Vargas, D Bass, L Czech, A Stamatakis, E Lara, D Singer, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (4), 0091, 2017
Effects of long‐term differential fertilization on eukaryotic microbial communities in an arable soil: a multiple barcoding approach
G Lentendu, T Wubet, A Chatzinotas, C Wilhelm, F Buscot, M Schlegel
Molecular Ecology 23 (13), 3341-3355, 2014
Protist taxonomic and functional diversity in soil, freshwater and marine ecosystems
D Singer, CVW Seppey, G Lentendu, M Dunthorn, D Bass, L Belbahri, ...
Environment International 146, 106262, 2021
A comprehensive fungi-specific 18S rRNA gene sequence primer toolkit suited for diverse research issues and sequencing platforms
S Banos, G Lentendu, A Kopf, T Wubet, FO Glöckner, M Reich
BMC microbiology 18, 1-15, 2018
Assessment of soil fungal diversity in different alpine tundra habitats by means of pyrosequencing
G Lentendu, L Zinger, S Manel, E Coissac, P Choler, RA Geremia, ...
Fungal Diversity 49, 113-123, 2011
Supervised machine learning is superior to indicator value inference in monitoring the environmental impacts of salmon aquaculture using eDNA metabarcodes
L Frühe, T Cordier, V Dully, HW Breiner, G Lentendu, J Pawlowski, ...
Molecular Ecology 30 (13), 2988-3006, 2021
Determinants of deadwood-inhabiting fungal communities in temperate forests: molecular evidence from a large scale deadwood decomposition experiment
W Purahong, T Wubet, G Lentendu, B Hoppe, K Jariyavidyanont, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 2120, 2018
DNA metabarcoding for the characterization of terrestrial microbiota—pitfalls and solutions
D Francioli, G Lentendu, S Lewin, S Kolb
Microorganisms 9 (2), 361, 2021
Land-use intensity rather than plant functional identity shapes bacterial and fungal rhizosphere communities
R Schöps, K Goldmann, K Herz, G Lentendu, I Schöning, H Bruelheide, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 2711, 2018
Improving eDNA‐based protist diversity assessments using networks of amplicon sequence variants
D Forster, G Lentendu, S Filker, E Dubois, TA Wilding, T Stoeck
Environmental Microbiology 21 (11), 4109-4124, 2019
Consistent patterns of high alpha and low beta diversity in tropical parasitic and free‐living protists
G Lentendu, F Mahé, D Bass, S Rueckert, T Stoeck, M Dunthorn
Molecular Ecology 27 (13), 2846-2857, 2018
Acidotolerant Bacteria and Fungi as a Sink of Methanol-Derived Carbon in a Deciduous Forest Soil
M Morawe, H Hoeke, DK Wissenbach, G Lentendu, T Wubet, E Kröber, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 8, 1361, 2017
Characterization of unexplored deadwood mycobiome in highly diverse subtropical forests using culture-independent molecular technique
W Purahong, KA Pietsch, G Lentendu, R Schöps, H Bruelheide, C Wirth, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 574, 2017
Toward a global platform for linking soil biodiversity data
KS Ramirez, M Döring, N Eisenhauer, C Gardi, J Ladau, JW Leff, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 91, 2015
Experimental evidence of functional group-dependent effects of tree diversity on soil fungi in subtropical forests
C Weißbecker, T Wubet, G Lentendu, P Kühn, T Scholten, H Bruelheide, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 2312, 2018
Parasites dominate hyperdiverse soil protist communities in Neotropical rainforests. Nat Ecol Evol 1: 0091
F Mahé, C De Vargas, D Bass, L Czech, A Stamatakis, E Lara, D Singer, ...
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Increasing N deposition impacts neither diversity nor functions of deadwood‐inhabiting fungal communities, but adaptation and functional redundancy ensure ecosystem function
W Purahong, T Wubet, T Kahl, T Arnstadt, B Hoppe, G Lentendu, K Baber, ...
Environmental microbiology 20 (5), 1693-1710, 2018
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