Soil organic matter, Environmental chemistry, Botany, Microorganism and Biodegradation are her primary areas of study. Her Soil organic matter research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Biomass and Soil biology. Her Environmental chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cellulose, Activated carbon and Charcoal.
The various areas that she examines in her Botany study include Microbial food web, Ecosystem, Soil fertility and Incubation. The Microorganism study combines topics in areas such as Ciprofloxacin, Microbial ecology, Antimicrobial and Mineralization. The study incorporates disciplines such as Residue, Microbial biodegradation, Pesticide and Primary metabolite in addition to Biodegradation.
Anja Miltner focuses on Environmental chemistry, Soil organic matter, Soil water, Organic matter and Microorganism. Her Microcosm study, which is part of a larger body of work in Environmental chemistry, is frequently linked to Xenobiotic, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Soil organic matter study combines topics in areas such as Soil biology, Soil carbon, Agronomy, Botany and Biomass.
The various areas that Anja Miltner examines in her Botany study include Soil fertility, Ecosystem, Microbial food web and Incubation. Her study in Soil water is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Total organic carbon and Lignin. Her Microorganism research includes elements of Food science and Soil respiration.
Anja Miltner mainly focuses on Environmental chemistry, Soil organic matter, Soil water, Xenobiotic and Organic matter. Her work deals with themes such as Incubation, Compost and Mineralization, which intersect with Environmental chemistry. Anja Miltner interconnects Microorganism, Land use and Soil processes in the investigation of issues within Soil organic matter.
Her research in Microorganism intersects with topics in Assimilation, Biosphere and Microbial food web. In the subject of general Soil water, her work in Soil chemistry is often linked to Carbon black, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Her work carried out in the field of Organic matter brings together such families of science as Soil biology, Soil science, Microcosm and Biogeochemical cycle.
Her primary areas of investigation include Environmental chemistry, Soil water, Organic matter, Degradation and Biodegradation. Anja Miltner is interested in Total organic carbon, which is a field of Environmental chemistry. In the field of Soil water, her study on Bulk density overlaps with subjects such as Carbon black.
Anja Miltner has researched Organic matter in several fields, including Soil organic matter, Microcosm and Sorption. The concepts of her Soil organic matter study are interwoven with issues in Soil biology, Soil chemistry and Biogeochemical cycle. Her Biodegradation research integrates issues from Soil Pollutants, Soil microbiology and Rhodococcus.
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SOM genesis: microbial biomass as a significant source
Anja Miltner;Petra Bombach;Burkhard Schmidt-Brücken;Matthias Kästner.
Biodegradation of ciprofloxacin in water and soil and its effects on the microbial communities
Cristobal Girardi;Josephine Greve;Marc Lamshöft;Ingo Fetzer.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2011)
Classification and Modelling of Nonextractable Residue (NER) Formation of Xenobiotics in Soil – A Synthesis
Matthias Kästner;Karolina M. Nowak;Anja Miltner;Stefan Trapp.
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology (2014)
Identification of bacterial micropredators distinctively active in a soil microbial food web.
Tillmann Lueders;Reimo Kindler;Anja Miltner;Michael W. Friedrich.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2006)
Soil-carbon preservation through habitat constraints and biological limitations on decomposer activity
Klemens Ekschmitt;Ellen Kandeler;Christian Poll;Andreas Brune.
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science (2008)
Fate of gram-negative bacterial biomass in soil—mineralization and contribution to SOM
Reimo Kindler;Anja Miltner;Hans-Hermann Richnow;Matthias Kästner.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2006)
Effects of wood char and activated carbon on the hydrolysis of cellobiose by β-glucosidase from Aspergillus niger
Carlo Lammirato;Anja Miltner;Matthias Kaestner.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2011)
Fate of microbial biomass-derived amino acids in soil and their contribution to soil organic matter
Anja Miltner;Reimo Kindler;Heike Knicker;Hans-Hermann Richnow.
Organic Geochemistry (2009)
FATE OF MICROBIAL RESIDUES DURING LITTER DECOMPOSITION AS AFFECTED BY MINERALS
Wulf Amelung;Anja Miltner;X. Zhang;Wolfgang Zech.
Soil Science (2001)
Assimilation of CO2 by soil microorganisms and transformation into soil organic matter
Anja Miltner;Hans-Hermann Richnow;Frank-Dieter Kopinke;Matthias Kästner.
Organic Geochemistry (2004)
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