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Butenschoen, P. and Poll, C. and Langel, R. and Kandeler, E. and Marhan, S. and Scheu, S. (2007):
Endogeic earthworms alter carbon translocation by fungi at the soil-litter interface.
In: Soil Biology and Biochemistry, pp. 2854-2864, 39, [Article]

Marhan, S. and Kandeler, E. and Scheu, S. (2007):
Phospholipid fatty acid profiles and xylanase activity in particle size fractions of forest soil and casts of Lumbricus terrestris L. (Oligochaeta, Lumbricidae).
In: Applied Soil Ecology, pp. 412-422, 35, [Article]

Marhan, S. and Langel, R. and Kandeler, E. and Scheu, S. (2007):
Use of stable isotopes (C-13) for studying the mobilization of old soil organic carbon by endogeic earthworms (Lumbricidae).
In: European Journal of Soil Biology, pp. S201-S208, 43, [Article]

Manning, P. and Newington, J. E. and Robson, H. R. and Saunders, M. and Eggers, T. and Bradford, M. A. and Bardgett, R. D. and Bonkowski, M. and Ellis, R. J. and Gange, A. C. and Grayston, S. J. and Kandeler, E. and Marhan, S. and Reid, E. and Tscherko, D. and Godfray, C. H. J. and Rees, M. (2006):
Decoupling the direct and indirect effects of nitrogen deposition on ecosystem function.
In: Ecology Letters, pp. 1015-1024, 9, [Article]

Marhan, S. and Scheu, Stefan (2006):
Mixing of different mineral soil layers by endogenic earthworms affects carbon and nitrogen mineralization.
In: Biology and Fertility of Soils, pp. 308-314, 42, [Article]

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