Stephanie A. Eichorst

Senior Scientist, University of Vienna

About Stephanie A. Eichorst

Microbiologist, soil microbial ecologist; interested in microbial physiology, soil microbiology and Acidobacteria.

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Bacteria Biodiversity Environmental microbiology Molecular biology Omics

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Atmospheric hydrogen scavenging - part of the 'survival toolbox' in diverse soil microorganisms, including Acidobacteria

Atmospheric gas scavenging has been implicated as a strategy for microbial survival. Members of the Acidobacteria, along with other diverse soil microorganisms are capable of atmospheric dihydrogen oxidation, which has important implications in atmospheric chemistry, microbial ecology and survival.

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