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Andreas Wild 180x180 Andreas Wild
Andreas Wild 180x180

Faculty of Biology, Chemistry and Earth Sciences
Agroecology


Doctoral student

since 04/2020 at Professorship Agroecology

Project: RhizoTraits – Rhizosphere traits enhancing yield resilience to drought in modern cropping systems
031B0908 | German Federal Ministry of Education and Research


Master of Science: Ecological Engineering (Technical University of Munich) | specialization in soil science, soil management and theoretical ecology

Bachelor of Science: Agricultural Sciences (Technical University of Munich)

Andreas Wild 180x180

Faculty of Biology, Chemistry and Earth Sciences
Agroecology


My main goal in science is to better understand how holobiont plants and fungi interact with the surrounding soil, with particular interest in:

  • belowground crop adaptation to drought
  • crop landraces to uncover potential traits in the root and rhizosphere
  • soil resource acquisition strategies in the context of plant economics, e.g. with carbon as the currency
  • Iplant-fungus-soil interactions and interactions between the plant-soil system and soil animals (e.g. earthworms) in agricultural and natural environments
  • the functional role of mycorrhizal and saprotrophic fungi in soil, particularly on carbon, nutrient and water dynamics
  • land use systems with high inter- and intraspecific variation, like in monocultures using multiple varieties or in agroforestry
Andreas Wild 180x180

Faculty of Biology, Chemistry and Earth Sciences
Agroecology


Publications

2024

Steiner, Franziska A.; Wild, Andreas J.; Tyborski, Nicolas; Tung, Shu‐Yin; Koehler, Tina; Buegger, Franz; Carminati, Andrea; Eder, Barbara; Groth, Jennifer; Hesse, Benjamin D.; Pausch, Johanna; Lüders, Tillmann; Vahl, Wouter K.; Wolfrum, Sebastian; Mueller, Carsten W.; Vidal, Alix
Rhizosheath drought responsiveness is variety‐specific and a key component of belowground plant ...
in New Phytologist (2024)
doi:10.1111/nph.19638 ...

Wild, Andreas J.; Steiner, Franziska A.; Kiene, Marvin; Tyborski, Nicolas; Tung, Shu‐Yin; Köhler, Tina; Carminati, Andrea; Eder, Barbara; Groth, Jennifer; Vahl, Wouter K.; Wolfrum, Sebastian; Lüders, Tillmann; Laforsch, Christian; Mueller, Carsten W.; Vidal, Alix; Pausch, Johanna
Unraveling root and rhizosphere traits in temperate maize landraces and modern cultivars : Impl ...
in Plant, Cell & Environment (2024)
doi:10.1111/pce.14898 ...

2023

Köhler, Tina; Schaum, Carolin; Tung, Shu-Yin; Steiner, Franziska; Tyborski, Nicolas; Wild, Andreas J.; Zebene, Asegidew Akale; Pausch, Johanna; Lüders, Tillmann; Wolfrum, Sebastian; Mueller, Carsten W.; Vidal, Alix; Vahl, Wouter K.; Groth, Jennifer; Eder, Barbara; Ahmed, Mutez Ali; Carminati, Andrea
Above and belowground traits impacting transpiration decline during soil drying in 48 maize (Ze ...
in Annals of Botany volume 131 (2023) issue 2. - page 373-386
doi:10.1093/aob/mcac147 ...

2022

Klink, Saskia; Keller, Adrienne B.; Wild, Andreas J.; Baumert, Vera L.; Gube, Matthias; Lehndorff, Eva; Meyer, Nele; Mueller, Carsten W.; Phillips, Richard P.; Pausch, Johanna
Stable isotopes reveal that fungal residues contribute more to mineral-associated organic matte ...
in Soil Biology and Biochemistry volume 168 (2022)
doi:10.1016/j.soilbio.2022.108634 ...

Andreas Wild 180x180

Faculty of Biology, Chemistry and Earth Sciences
Agroecology


Andreas Wild
Doctoral student

Universität Bayreuth
Universitätsstr. 30
95447 Bayreuth

Room: 14 (B2)

Phone: +49 921 55-2177
E-mail: Andreas.Wild(at)uni-bayreuth.de
ORCID: 0000-0003-0754-461X

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