Minna Männistö
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Bacterial communities in Arctic fjelds of Finnish Lapland are stable but highly pH-dependent
MK Männistö, M Tiirola, MM Häggblom
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 59 (2), 452-465, 2007
Links between plant community composition, soil organic matter quality and microbial communities in contrasting tundra habitats
A Eskelinen, S Stark, M Männistö
Oecologia 161, 113-123, 2009
Comparative genomic and physiological analysis provides insights into the role of Acidobacteria in organic carbon utilization in Arctic tundra soils
SR Rawat, MK Männistö, Y Bromberg, MM Häggblom
FEMS microbiology ecology 82 (2), 341-355, 2012
Isolation and Characterization of Novosphingobium sp. Strain MT1, a Dominant Polychlorophenol-Degrading Strain in a Groundwater Bioremediation System
MA Tiirola, MK Männistö, JA Puhakka, MS Kulomaa
Applied and environmental microbiology 68 (1), 173-180, 2002
Nutrient availability and pH jointly constrain microbial extracellular enzyme activities in nutrient-poor tundra soils
S Stark, MK Männistö, A Eskelinen
Plant and Soil 383, 373-385, 2014
Acidobacteria dominate the active bacterial communities of Arctic tundra with widely divergent winter-time snow accumulation and soil temperatures
MK Männistö, E Kurhela, M Tiirola, MM Häggblom
FEMS microbiology ecology 84 (1), 47-59, 2013
Effect of freeze-thaw cycles on bacterial communities of Arctic tundra soil
MK Männistö, M Tiirola, MM Häggblom
Microbial Ecology 58, 621-631, 2009
Diversity of chlorophenol-degrading bacteria isolated from contaminated boreal groundwater
MK Männistö, MA Tiirola, MS Salkinoja-Salonen, MS Kulomaa, ...
Archives of Microbiology 171, 189-197, 1999
Characterization of psychrotolerant heterotrophic bacteria from Finnish Lapland
MK Männistö, MM Häggblom
Systematic and Applied Microbiology 29 (3), 229-243, 2006
Degradation of 2, 3, 4, 6-tetrachlorophenol at low temperature and low dioxygen concentrations by phylogenetically different groundwater and bioreactor bacteria
MK Männistö, MA Tiirola, JA Puhakka
Biodegradation 12, 291-301, 2001
Endophytic bacterial communities in three arctic plants from low arctic fell tundra are cold-adapted and host-plant specific
RM Nissinen, MK Männistö, JD van Elsas
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 82 (2), 510-522, 2012
Granulicella arctica sp. nov., Granulicella mallensis sp. nov., Granulicella tundricola sp. nov. and Granulicella sapmiensis sp. nov., novel acidobacteria from …
MK Männistö, S Rawat, V Starovoytov, MM Häggblom
International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology 62 (Pt_9 …, 2012
The role of plant mycorrhizal type and status in modulating the relationship between plant and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities
L Neuenkamp, M Moora, M Öpik, J Davison, M Gerz, M Männistö, T Jairus, ...
New Phytologist 220 (4), 1236-1247, 2018
Mucilaginibacter frigoritolerans sp. nov., Mucilaginibacter lappiensis sp. nov. and Mucilaginibacter mallensis sp. nov., isolated from soil and lichen samples
MK Männistö, M Tiirola, J McConnell, MM Häggblom
International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology 60 (12 …, 2010
Do shifts in life strategies explain microbial community responses to increasing nitrogen in tundra soil?
M Männistö, L Ganzert, M Tiirola, MM Häggblom, S Stark
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 96, 216-228, 2016
Novosphingobium lentum sp. nov., a psychrotolerant bacterium from a polychlorophenol bioremediation process
MA Tiirola, HJ Busse, P Kämpfer, MK Männistö
International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology 55 (2 …, 2005
Subtercola boreus gen. nov., sp. nov. and Subtercola frigoramans sp. nov., two new psychrophilic actinobacteria isolated from boreal groundwater.
MK Männistö, P Schumann, FA Rainey, P Kämpfer, I Tsitko, MA Tiirola, ...
International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology 50 (5 …, 2000
In situ polychlorophenol bioremediation potential of the indigenous bacterial community of boreal groundwater
MK Männistö, MS Salkinoja-Salonen, JA Puhakka
Water Research 35 (10), 2496-2504, 2001
Grazing intensity in subarctic tundra affects the temperature adaptation of soil microbial communities
S Stark, MK Männistö, L Ganzert, M Tiirola, MM Häggblom
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 84, 147-157, 2015
Moth herbivory enhances resource turnover in subarctic mountain birch forests?
M Kaukonen, AL Ruotsalainen, PR Wäli, MK Männistö, H Setälä, ...
Ecology 94 (2), 267-272, 2013
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