BOKU - Universität für Bodenkultur Wien - Forschungsinformationssystem

Logo BOKU-Forschungsportal

Genomforschung für eine bessere Umwelt: die molekularen Mechanismen der Schwermetallaufnahme im System Weidenwurzeln-Mikroorganismen

Projektleitung
Strauss Joseph, Projektleiter/in
Laufzeit:
01.03.2004-31.07.2007
Art der Forschung
Grundlagenforschung
Projektpartner*innen
ARC Seibersdorf Research GmbH, Life Sciences , A-2444 Seibersdorf, Österreich.
Kontaktperson: Univ.Doz.Dr. Angela Sessitsch;
Funktion des Projektpartners: Partner
Mitarbeiter*innen
Hauser Marie-Theres, Sub-Projektleiter/in
Wenzel Walter, Sub-Projektleiter/in
Brynda Sabine, Projektmitarbeiter/in (bis 31.03.2004)
Gorfer Markus, Projektmitarbeiter/in
Turktas Mine, Projektmitarbeiter/in
Hilscher Julia, Projektmitarbeiter/in (bis 31.07.2021)
Puschenreiter Markus, Projektmitarbeiter/in
Beteiligte BOKU-Organisationseinheiten
Institut für Bodenforschung
Institut für Mikrobielle Genetik
Gefördert durch
Wiener Wissenschafts-, Forschungs- und Technologiefonds (WWTF), Schlickgasse 3/12, 1090 Wien, Österreich
Schlagworte
Mikrobiologie; Molekularbiologie; Ökologie der Pflanzen; Bodenkunde;
Genomik; Mikroorganismen; Rhizosphäre; Salix caprea; Schwermetall;
Publikationen

Windhager C, Fallmann K, Kuffner M, Kandula M, Puschenreiter M, Sessitsch A, Hauser M-T (2010): Does the effect of selected bacteria on concentration of and tolerance to zinc and cadmium correlate with gene expression in Salix caprea? . [Poster]
[2nd ÖGMBT Annual Meeting 2010, Vienna, Austria, 27.09.2010 - 29.09.2010]

In: Austrian Association of Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology, Molecular and Applied Biosciences Austria 2010, Poster 111, page 92

Windhager C, Türktas M, Langer I, Puschenreiter M, Hauser M-T (2009): Does Heavy Metal Induced Gene Expression Correlate with Zn and Cd Accumulation Capacities of the Willow Salix caprea? . [Poster]
[COST Action 859 – Phyto2009: “Phytotechnologies to promote sustainable land use and improve food safety”, Ascona, Switzerland, 12.10.2009 - 16.10.2009]

In: COST Action 859, Phyto2009: “Phytotechnologies to promote sustainable land use and improve food safety”

Hauser, M-T (2008): The potential of association studies for heavy metal remediation technologies by willows (Salix caprea).
[COST 859 Workshop 2008 - Contaminants and nutrients: availability, accumulation/exclusion and plant-microbia-soil interactions, Smolenice, Slovak Republic, 22.05.2008 - 24.05.2008]

In: Desana Liskova, Alexander Lux, Michal Martinka, Contaminants and nutrients: availability, accumulation/exclusion and plant-microbia-soil interactions, pp 20; ISBN: 978-80-969950-0-4

Hauser M-T, Türktas M, Wieshammer G, Sommer P, Wenzel W, Puschenreiter M (2008): Genetic Analysis of Metallicolous and Non-Metallicolous Salix Caprea Populations to Understand the Molecular Mechanisms of Heavy Metal Accumulation.. [Poster]
[International Conference Molecular Mapping and Marker Assisted Selection in Plants 2008, Vienna, Austria, 03.02.2008 - 06.02.2008]

In: Touraev, Alisher , Molecular Mapping & Marker Assisted Selection in Plants, N20, pp 51

Puschenreiter M, Sessitsch A, Kuffner M, Sommer P, Netherer E, Gorfer M, Strauss J, Wenzel WW (2007): Inoculation with Salix caprea with rhizosphere bacteria enhances the phytoextraction capacity for Zn and Cd.
[9th International Conference for the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements ICOBTE 2007, Beijing, PR China, 15.07.2007 - 19.07.2007]

In: Zhu YG, Lepp N, Naidu R, Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements: Environmental Protection, Remediation and Human Health, Tsinghua University Press, Beijing, International Conference for the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements (ICOBTE), 15.-19.7.2007, Beijing, 229-230; ISBN: 978-7-302-15627-7

Puschenreiter M, Sessitsch A, Kuffner M, Wieshammer G, Gorfer M, Strauss J, Wenzel WW (2007): Effect of bacterial exsudates on the mobilisation of Zn and Cd from a contaminated soil.
[9th International Conference for the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements ICOBTE 2007, Beijing, PR China, 15.07.2007 - 19.07.2007]

In: Zhu YG, Lepp N, Naidu R, Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements: Environmental Protection, Remediation and Human Health, Tsinghua University Press, Beijing, International Conference on the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements (ICOBTE), 15.-19. 7. 2007, Beijing, 227-228; ISBN: 978-7-302-15627-7

Puschenreiter M, Sommer P, Wieshammer G, Hauser M-T, Türktas M, Strauss J, Wenzel WW (2007): Screening of Salix caprea isolates for their capacity to accumulate Zn and Cd in leaves.
[9th International Conference for the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements ICOBTE 2007, Beijing, PR China, 15.07.2007 - 19.07.2007]

In: Zhu YG, Lepp N, Naidu R, Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements: Environmental Protection, Remediation and Human Health, Tsinghua University Press, Beijing, International Conference for the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements (ICOBTE), 15.-19.7.2007, Beijing, 231-232; ISBN: 978-7-302-15627-7

Vorträge

Hauser, M-T (2008): Identifying the molecular mechanisms of heavy metal accumulation of Salix caprea by using the genetic diversity of metallicolous and non metallicolous populations.

, Federal Research and Training Centre for Forests, Natural Hazards and Landscape (BFW), , FEB 18, 2008, Vienna, AUSTRIA

Hauser, M-T (2008): The potential of association studies for heavy metal remediation technologies by willows (Salix caprea).

, COST 859 Workshop: Contaminants and nutrients: availability, accumulation/exclusion and plant-microbia-soil interactions, Mai 22– 24, 2008, Smolenice, Slovakia

Marie-Theres Hauser (2008): Identifying the molecular mechanisms of heavy metal accumulation of Salix caprea by using the genetic diversity of metallicolous and non metallicolous populations.

, Federal Research and Training Centre for Forests, Natural Hazards and Landscape (BFW), Feb, 18, 2008, Vienna, AUSTRIA

Marie-Theres Hauser (2008): The potential of association studies for heavy metal remediation technologies by willows (Salix caprea).

, COST 859 Workshop: Contaminants and nutrients: availability, accumulation/exclusion and plant-microbia-soil interactions, May 22– 24, 2008, Smolenice, Slovakia,

Puschenreiter M, Sessitsch A, Kuffner M, Sommer P, Netherer E, Gorfer M, Strauss J, Wenzel WW (2007): Inoculation with Salix caprea with rhizosphere bacteria enhances the phytoextraction capacity for Zn and Cd.

International Conference for the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements (ICOBTE), 15.-19.7.2007, Beijing

Puschenreiter M, Sessitsch A, Kuffner M, Wieshammer G, Gorfer M, Strauss J, Wenzel WW (2007): Effect of bacterial exsudates on the mobilisation of Zn and Cd from a contaminated soil. [Poster]

International Conference on the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements (ICOBTE), 15.-19. 7. 2007, Beijing

Puschenreiter M, Sommer P, Wieshammer G, Hauser M-T, Türktas M, Strauss J, Wenzel WW (2007): Screening of Salix caprea isolates for their capacity to accumulate Zn and Cd in leaves. [Poster]

International Conference for the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements (ICOBTE), 15.-19.7.2007, Beijing

Türktas M, Puschenreiter M, Sommer P, Wenzel W, Strauss J Hauser, M-T . 17-23.7. (2005): Toward the determination of the genetic basis of heavy metal accumulation in six wild metallicolous and non-metallicolous Salix caprea populations.

XVII International Botanical Congress, 17-23.7.2005, Wien FullText

© BOKU Wien Impressum