Linda Hink
Linda Hink
Postdoctoral fellow, Leibniz University Hannover (Germany)
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Archaea produce lower yields of N2O than bacteria during aerobic ammonia oxidation in soil
L Hink, GW Nicol, JI Prosser
Environmental microbiology 19 (12), 4829-4837, 2017
The consequences of niche and physiological differentiation of archaeal and bacterial ammonia oxidisers for nitrous oxide emissions
L Hink, C Gubry-Rangin, GW Nicol, JI Prosser
The ISME journal 12 (4), 1084, 2018
Isolation of ‘Candidatus Nitrosocosmicus franklandus’, a novel ureolytic soil archaeal ammonia oxidiser with tolerance to high ammonia concentration
LE Lehtovirta-Morley, J Ross, L Hink, EB Weber, C Gubry-Rangin, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 92 (5), 2016
Abiotic Conversion of Extracellular NH2OH Contributes to N2O Emission during Ammonia Oxidation
S Liu, P Han, L Hink, JI Prosser, M Wagner, N Brüggemann
Environmental science & technology 51 (22), 13122-13132, 2017
Peat: home to novel syntrophic species that feed acetate-and hydrogen-scavenging methanogens
O Schmidt, L Hink, MA Horn, HL Drake
The ISME journal 10 (8), 1954, 2016
Kinetics of NH3‐oxidation, NO‐turnover, N2O‐production and electron flow during oxygen depletion in model bacterial and archaeal ammonia oxidisers
L Hink, P Lycus, C Gubry‐Rangin, Å Frostegård, GW Nicol, JI Prosser, ...
Environmental microbiology 19 (12), 4882-4896, 2017
Nitrous oxide production by ammonia oxidisers: Physiological diversity, niche differentiation and potential mitigation strategies
JI Prosser, L Hink, C Gubry‐Rangin, GW Nicol
Global change biology, 2019
Genome Sequence of “Candidatus Nitrosocosmicus franklandus” C13, a Terrestrial Ammonia-Oxidizing Archaeon
GW Nicol, L Hink, C Gubry-Rangin, JI Prosser, LE Lehtovirta-Morley
Microbiology resource announcements 8 (40), e00435-19, 2019
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