Prof. Dr. Ursula B. Priefer

Veröffentlichungen Prof. Dr. Ursula B. Priefer (ab 2004)


Untiet V, Karanukaran R, Krämer M, Poole PS, Priefer U and Prell J (2013): ABC transport is inactivated by the PTSNtr under potassium limitation in Rhizobium leguminosarum 3841. PLoS ONE 8(5): e64682.


Ute Neumann, Bob Kosier, Joachim Jahnke, Ursula B. Priefer and Djamila Al-Halbouni. (2011): Soil factors exhibit greater influence than bacterial inoculation on alfalfa growth and nitrogen fixation. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 77, 590–599.

Joachim Jahnke, Daniel M. Mahlmann, Philipp Jacobs, Ursula B. Priefer. (2011): The influence of growth conditions on the cell dry weight per unit biovolume of Klebsormidium flaccidum (Charophyta), a typical ubiquitous soil alga. Journal of Applied Phycology, 23, 655-664.

Rozov, S. M.; Voroshilova, V. A.; Tsyganov, V. E.; Priefer, U. B.; Borisov, A. Y.; Tikhonovish, I. A. (2011). The coch gene controls the subsequent differentiation of pea axial meristems into lateral structures. Pisum Genetics, 43, 6-10.


Sarita, S., Priefer, U. B., Prell, J., Sharma, P. K. (2008): Diversity of nifH gene amplified from rhizosphere soil DNA. Current Science 94(1): 109-115.


Mouhsine,B., Prell,J., Filali-Maltouf,A., Priefer,U.B. Aurag,J. (2007): Diversity, phylogeny and distribution of bean rhizobia in salt-affected soils of North-West Morocco. Symbiosis 43(2), 83-96.

Jahnke,J., Wehren,T., Priefer,U.B. (2007): In vitro studies of the impact of the naked soil amoeba Thecamoeba similes Greef, feeding on phototrophic soil biofilms. European Journal of Soil Biology 43, 14-22.


Corvini,P.F.X., Hollender,J., Ji R., Schumacher,S., Prell, J., Hommes,G., Priefer,U., Vinken,R., Schäffer,A. (2005): The degradation of a-quaterny nonylphenol isomers by Sphingomonas sp. strain TTNP3 involves a type II ipso-substitution mechanism. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 70, 114 – 122

Sarita,S., Sharma,P., Priefer,U.B., Prell, J. (2005): Direct amplification of rhizobial nodC sequences from soil total DNA and comparison to nodC diversity of root nodule isolates. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 54, 1-11


Boesten,B., Priefer,U.B. (2004): The C-terminal receiver domain of the Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. viciae FixL protein is required for free-living micro-aerobic induction of the fnrN promoter. Microbiology-SGM 150, 3703-3713