Beatriz Noriega-Ortega
Beatriz Noriega-Ortega
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The exometabolome of two model strains of the roseobacter group: a marketplace of microbial metabolites
G Wienhausen, BE Noriega-Ortega, J Niggemann, T Dittmar, M Simon
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 1985, 2017
342017
Bacterial communities potentially involved in iron-cycling in Baltic Sea and North Sea sediments revealed by pyrosequencing
C Reyes, O Dellwig, K Dähnke, M Gehre, BE Noriega-Ortega, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 92 (4), fiw054, 2016
232016
Experimental evidence for abiotic sulfurization of marine dissolved organic matter
AM Pohlabeln, GV Gomez-Saez, BE Noriega-Ortega, T Dittmar
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 364, 2017
202017
Ammonia‐oxidizing archaea release a suite of organic compounds potentially fueling prokaryotic heterotrophy in the ocean
B Bayer, RL Hansman, MJ Bittner, BE Noriega‐Ortega, J Niggemann, ...
Environmental microbiology 21 (11), 4062-4075, 2019
132019
Biphasic cellular adaptations and ecological implications of Alteromonas macleodii degrading a mixture of algal polysaccharides
H Koch, A Dürwald, T Schweder, B Noriega-Ortega, S Vidal-Melgosa, ...
The ISME journal 13 (1), 92-103, 2019
132019
Sulfate reduction and sulfide oxidation in extremely steep salinity gradients formed by freshwater springs emerging into the Dead Sea
S Häusler, M Weber, C Siebert, M Holtappels, BE Noriega-Ortega, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 90 (3), 956-969, 2014
112014
Does the chemodiversity of bacterial exometabolomes sustain the chemodiversity of marine dissolved organic matter?
BE Noriega-Ortega, G Wienhausen, A Mentges, T Dittmar, M Simon, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 10, 215, 2019
62019
Microenvironments of reduced salinity harbour biofilms in D ead S ea underwater springs
S Häusler, BE Noriega‐Ortega, L Polerecky, V Meyer, D de Beer, ...
Environmental microbiology reports 6 (2), 152-158, 2014
62014
An international laboratory comparison of dissolved organic matter composition by high resolution mass spectrometry: Are we getting the same answer?
JA Hawkes, J D'Andrilli, JN Agar, MP Barrow, SM Berg, N Catalán, ...
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, 2020
52020
Genomic, metabolic and phenotypic variability shapes ecological differentiation and intraspecies interactions of Alteromonas macleodii
H Koch, N Germscheid, HM Freese, B Noriega-Ortega, D Lücking, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-14, 2020
32020
ICBM-OCEAN: Processing ultrahigh-resolution mass spectrometry data of complex molecular mixtures
J Merder, JA Freund, U Feudel, CT Hansen, JA Hawkes, B Jacob, ...
Analytical Chemistry 92 (10), 6832-6838, 2020
2020
Chemodiversity of Bacterial Exometabolomes and Marine Dissolved Organic Matter
J Niggemann, BE Noriega-Ortega, G Wienhausen, T Dittmar, M Simon
Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
Molecular Diversification of Diatom-Derived Dissolved Organic Matter by Different Roseobacter Strains
J Niggemann, BE Noriega-Ortega, G Wienhausen, M Mühlenbruch, ...
2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting, 2018
2018
Is the molecular diversity of marine dissolved organic matter already imprinted in the exometabolome of single strains?
BE Noriega-Ortega, G Wienhausen, T Dittmar, M Simon, J Niggemann
AGUOS 2016, CT51A-02, 2016
2016
Pyrosequencing evidence for iron-cycling microbial communities in sediments of the Skagerrak and Bothnian Bay
C Reyes, O Dellwig, B Noriega-Ortega, K Dähnke, M Gehre, ME Böttcher, ...
EGUGA, 3006, 2015
2015
Iron cycling microbial communities in sediments of the Baltic Sea
C Reyes, O Delwig, B Noriega-Ortega, K Dähnke, ME Böttcher, ...
EGUGA, 12005, 2014
2014
Biogeochemistry of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) in the Dead Sea and its fresh water springs
B Noriega Ortega
University of Bremen Bremen/Germany, 2013
2013
Diversification of diatom-derived dissolved organic matter by single strains of the Roseobacter group
BE Noriega-Ortega, G Wienhausen, TD Simon, J Niggemann
Linking the exometabolome of selected organisms of the Roseobacter group to …, 0
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