MarMic → People & Institutions
← students
First name:Andreas
Last name:Krupke
Thesis Subject:
Nitrogen fixation and assimilation in subtropical marine waters
International Max Planck Research School for Marine Microbiology, Bremen, Germany; Ph.D. candidate Biogeochemistry
International Max Planck Research School for Marine Microbiology, Bremen, Germany; M.S. Science
Nutrient and carbon transfer between sulfate reducing and phototrophic sulfur bacteria within the chemocline of the meromictic Lake Cadag
Universität Bielefeld, Bielefeld, Germany; B.S. Aquatische Ökologie
Scientific Interests and Goals:
My research investigations focus on the identification of novel marine microorganisms involved in the fixation of atmospheric nitrogen and the quantification of their metabolic activity on a single cell level.
Selected Publications:
Andreas Krupke, Bernhard M Fuchs, Hannah Halm, Gaute Lavik, Rudolf I Amann, Marcel MM Kuypers. (In Prep) The newly detected association between a unicellular prymnesiophyte and the N2 fixing cyanobacterium UCYN-A in the North Atlantic.

Abdul R. Sheik, Corina P.D. Brussaard, Gaute Lavik, Phyllis Lam, Niculina Musat, Andreas Krupke, Sten Littman, Marcel M.M. Kuypers. (In Review) Bacterial community composition and single cell substrate assimilation in response to viral infection of phytoplankter Phaeocystis globosa.

Andreas Krupke, Niculina Musat, Julie LaRoche, Wiebke Mohr, Bernhard M Fuchs, Rudolf I Amann, Marcel MM Kuypers, Rachel A Foster. (2013) In situ identification and N2 and C fixation rates of uncultivated cyanobacteria
populations. Systematic and Applied Microbiology

Anne W. Thompson, Rachel A. Foster, Andreas Krupke, Brandon J. Carter, Niculina Musat, Daniel Vaulot, Marcel M. M. Kuypers, Jonathan P. Zehr. (2012) Unicellular Cyanobacterium Symbiotic with a Single-Celled Eukaryotic Alga. Science 337: 1546-1550