Andreas N Schneider

Andreas N Schneider
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences | SLU · Department of Forest Ecology and Management

PhD
Using NGS to study how fungal communities in boreal forests react to N addition and forest management practices.

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Education
June 2017 - June 2022
Umeå Plant Science Centre
Field of study
  • Plant Science
January 2015 - January 2017
Umeå University
Field of study
  • Molecular Biology
October 2010 - January 2014
Universität Bayreuth
Field of study
  • Biology

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Publications (4)
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Carbon storage and cycling in boreal forests-the largest terrestrial carbon store-is moderated by complex interactions between trees and soil microorganisms. However, existing methods limit our ability to predict how changes in environmental conditions will alter these associations and the essential ecosystem services they provide. To address this,...
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Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) is one of the most economically important species to the Swedish forest industry, and cost-efficient planting methods are needed to ensure successful reestablishment after harvesting forest stands. While the majority of clear-cuts are replanted with pre-grown seedlings, direct seeding can be a viable option on poore...
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The health, growth, and fitness of boreal forest trees are impacted and improved by their associated microbiomes. Microbial gene expression and functional activity can be assayed with RNA sequencing (RNA-Seq) data from host samples. In contrast, phylogenetic marker gene amplicon sequencing data are used to assess taxonomic composition and community...
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Enrichment of forest soils with inorganic nitrogen (N) tends to inhibit oxidative enzyme expression by microbes and reduces plant litter and soil organic matter decomposition rates. Without further explanation than is currently presented in the scientific literature, we argue that upregulation of oxidative enzymes seems a more competitive response...

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