Eva S. Lindström spends much of her time researching Ecology, Ecosystem, Microbial population biology, Community structure and Generalist and specialist species. Many of her research projects under Ecology are closely connected to Terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism with Terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. The concepts of her Ecosystem study are interwoven with issues in Biomass, Abundance, Dissolved organic carbon and Biogeochemical cycle.
Her Microbial population biology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Aquatic ecosystem, Retention time and Microbial ecology. Her research in Community structure intersects with topics in Microcosm, Hydrology and Boreal zone. Her work in Generalist and specialist species tackles topics such as Biogeography which are related to areas like Salinity, Order and Taxon.
Her main research concerns Ecology, Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Bacterioplankton and Biological dispersal. Her research in Ecology tackles topics such as Microbial population biology which are related to areas like Aquatic ecosystem. Her work deals with themes such as Personality disorders, Psychometrics and Rating scale, which intersect with Psychiatry.
Her Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inter-rater reliability, Big Five personality traits and Side effect. Her study in Bacterioplankton is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Temperature gradient gel electrophoresis, Epilimnion, Microbial ecology and Biogeography. Her work on Species sorting as part of general Biological dispersal research is frequently linked to Context, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Biological dispersal, Environmental science, Dissolved organic carbon and Environmental chemistry. Her Ecosystem, Bacterioplankton, Community structure, Plankton and Resistance investigations are all subjects of Ecology research. Her Ecosystem research includes themes of Biomass and Biogeochemical cycle.
Her Community structure research incorporates themes from Taxon and Community composition. Her Biological dispersal research integrates issues from Trophic level, Ecological selection and Habitat. Her Dissolved organic carbon research includes elements of Gonyostomum semen, Algal bloom, Raphidophyte and Abundance.
Ecology, Biological dispersal, Ecosystem, Taxon and Environmental science are her primary areas of study. All of her Ecology and Plankton, Ecology, Community structure and Mesocosm investigations are sub-components of the entire Ecology study. Eva S. Lindström has included themes like RNA RIBOSOMAL 16S and Aquatic ecosystem in her Plankton study.
Her Biological dispersal study combines topics in areas such as Trophic level, Productivity, Ecological selection and Habitat. Her work focuses on many connections between Ecosystem and other disciplines, such as Biomass, that overlap with her field of interest in Ecological stability, Psychological resilience, Resistance and Stability. Eva S. Lindström has researched Taxon in several fields, including Community composition, Dissolved organic carbon, Biogeochemical cycle and Bacterioplankton.
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The role of environmental and spatial processes in structuring lake communities from bacteria to fish.
Beatrix E. Beisner;Pedro R. Peres-Neto;Pedro R. Peres-Neto;Eva S. Lindström;Allain Barnett.
Distribution of Typical Freshwater Bacterial Groups Is Associated with pH, Temperature, and Lake Water Retention Time
Eva S. Lindström;Eva S. Lindström;Miranda P. Kamst-Van Agterveld;Gabriel Zwart.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2005)
Local and regional factors influencing bacterial community assembly
Eva S. Lindström;Silke Langenheder.
Environmental Microbiology Reports (2012)
Microbes as engines of ecosystem function: When does community structure enhance predictions of ecosystem processes?
Emily B. Graham;Emily B. Graham;Joseph E. Knelman;Joseph E. Knelman;Andreas Schindlbacher;Steven Siciliano.
Frontiers in Microbiology (2016)
SCID II interviews and the SCID Screen questionnaire as diagnostic tools for personality disorders in DSM‐III‐R
L Ekselius;E Lindström;L von Knorring;Owe Bodlund.
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica (1994)
Biogeography of bacterial communities exposed to progressive long-term environmental change
Ramiro Logares;Eva S. Lindstrom;Silke Langenheder;Jürg Brendan Logue;Jürg Brendan Logue.
The ISME Journal (2013)
Unraveling assembly of stream biofilm communities.
Katharina Besemer;Hannes Peter;Jürg B Logue;Silke Langenheder.
The ISME Journal (2012)
Bacterioplankton Community Composition in Five Lakes Differing in Trophic Status and Humic Content.
Eva S Lindström.
Microbial Ecology (2000)
Structure and Function of Bacterial Communities Emerging from Different Sources under Identical Conditions
Silke Langenheder;Eva S. Lindström;Eva S. Lindström;Lars J. Tranvik.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2006)
Sex steroid-related genes and male-to-female transsexualism
Susanne Henningsson;Lars Westberg;Staffan Nilsson;Bengt Lundström.
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