Items where Author is "Morozova, Daria"

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Article
Morozova, D. and Wagner, D. (2007)
Stress response of methanogenic archaea from Siberian permafrost compared to methanogens from non-permafrost habitats ,
FEMS Microbiology Ecology .
doi:https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1574-6941.2007.00316.x , hdl:10013/epic.26542
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Article
Morozova, D. , Möhlmann, D. and Wagner, D. (2007)
Survival of Methanogenic Archaea from Siberian Permafrost under Simulated Martian Thermal Conditions ,
Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, 37 (2), pp. 189-200 .
doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s11084-006-9024-7 , hdl:10013/epic.24775
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Inbook

Inbook
Morozova, D. , Möhlmann, D. and Wagner, D. (2007)
Response of methanogenic archaea from Siberian permafrost to Martian thermophysical conditions ,
Response of Organisms to the Martian Environment: Response of Organisms to the Martian Environment Topical Team (Meeting), 2005 May, Graz, Austria ROME - Response of Organisms to the Martian Environment. Noordwijk : European Space Agency, 15 pp. (European, ISBN: 9290923938 .
hdl:10013/epic.28680
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Thesis

Thesis -PhD
Morozova, D. (2007)
Tolerance limits and survival potential of methanogenic archaea from Siberian permafrost under extreme living conditions ,
PhD thesis, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät / Institut für Biochemie und Biologie.
hdl:10013/epic.51370
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Conference

Conference -Conference paper
Morozova, D. and Wagner, D. (2007)
Highly resistant methanogenic archaea from Siberian permafrost as candidates for the possible life on Mars ,
International Journal of Astrobiology, 6/1, 59-87, Abstract Only .
doi:https://doi.org/10.1017/S1473550407003679 , hdl:10013/epic.26526
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Conference -Invited talk
Morozova, D. and Wagner, D. (2007)
Tolerance limits of methanogenic life in terrestrial permafrost ,
DFG Colloquium: Mars and the Terrestrial Plantes, Berlin, February 19-20 .
hdl:10013/epic.32596

Conference -Poster
Morozova, D. and Wagner, D. (2006)
Highly resistant methanogenic archaea from Siberian permafrost as candidates for the possible life on Mars ,
6th European Workshop on Astrobiology, 16-18 Oct., Lyon, France. .
hdl:10013/epic.25567

Conference -Talk
Morozova, D. and Wagner, D. (2006)
Methanogene Achaea aus Sibirischem Permafrost als Modellsysteme für das Leben auf dem Mars ,
DPG-AEF Tagung, 13-16 März, Heidelberg, Deutschland. .
hdl:10013/epic.25127

Conference -Talk
Morozova, D. and Wagner, D. (2006)
Methanogenic Archaea from Siberian Permafrost as Prime Candidates for Life on Mars ,
DFG Workshop, May 4-5, Cologne, Germany. .
hdl:10013/epic.25436

Conference -Talk
Morozova, D. and Wagner, D. (2006)
Methanogenic Archaea in terrestrial permafrost as a model for probable microbial life on Mars ,
International conference on alpine and polar microbiology, 27-30 March, Innsbruck, Austria. .
hdl:10013/epic.24242

Conference -Poster
Morozova, D. and Wagner, D. (2006)
Response of methanogens from Siberian permafrost to extreme conditions of terrestrial and extraterrestrial permafrost ,
Annual Conference of the association for general and applied Microbiology, 19-22 March, Jena, Germany. .
hdl:10013/epic.25571
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Conference -Talk
Morozova, D. and Wagner, D. (2005)
Methanogenic archaea from Siberian permafrost: fit for Mars? ,
5th European Workshop on Astrobiology, Budapest, HungaryOctober 2005. .
hdl:10013/epic.23783

Conference -Talk
Wagner, D. and Morozova, D. (2005)
Methanogenic archaea in terrestrial permafrost: a model for probable microbial life in Martian permafrost ,
ARCHAEA - The First Generation, Hohenheimer Castle Academy, Munich, June 2-4 .
hdl:10013/epic.23117

Conference -Talk
Morozova, D. and Wagner, D. (2005)
Methanogenic archaea under permafrost extreme conditions: a model for putative life on Mars ,
International workshop on Astrobiology: Life in extreme conditions, 21-22 November, Oslo, Norway. .
hdl:10013/epic.24188

Conference -Talk
Morozova, D. and Wagner, D. (2005)
Microbial Life under Extreme Environments of Permafrost: Tolerance Limits of Methanogenic Archaea as Keystone Organisms for the Investigation of Extraterrestrial Life. ,
22. Internationale Polartagung, September 18-23 Sept., Jena, Deutschland,. .
hdl:10013/epic.23151

Conference -Talk
Morozova, D. and Wagner, D. (2005)
Survival potential of methanogenic archaea from Siberian permafrost: investigation of possible extraterrestrial life ,
VAAM-Jahrestagung, 25-28 September, Gottingen, Deutschland. .
hdl:10013/epic.23784

Conference -Talk
Morozova, D. and Wagner, D. (2005)
Tolerance Limits of Methanogenic Archaea from Siberian Permafrost: Effects of high Salinity and low Temperatures ,
2nd European Conference on Permafrost EUCOP II, Potsdam, Germany, June 12-16 .
hdl:10013/epic.22694

Conference -Poster
Morozova, D. (2005)
Tolerance Limits of Methanogenic Archaea from Siberian Permafrost: Effects of high Salinity and low Temperatures ,
Doktoranden Treffen 2005, 15-17 April, Helgoland. .
hdl:10013/epic.22695

Conference -Invited talk
Morozova, D. and Wagner, D. (2005)
Tolerance limits of methanogenic life in terrestrial permafrost ,
DFG Colloquium: Mars and the Terrestrial Plantes, BerlinAugust 2005. .
hdl:10013/epic.23774

Conference -Talk
Gorbushina, A. , Morozova, D. , Kotlova, E. and Sherstnova, O. (2004)
Adaptive responce of rock inhabiting ascomycete to de- and rehydration ,
"Verenigung für Allgemeine und Angewandete Mikrobiologie" Annual Meeting 28-31.03.2004, Braunschweig, Deutschland. .
hdl:10013/epic.20735

Conference -Talk
Morozova, D. , Wagner, D. and Hubberten, H. W. (2004)
Subsurface microbial life as a model for extraterrestrial permafrost habitats ,
El`gygytgyn Lake Workshop, Leipzig, Germany, March 24-26 .
hdl:10013/epic.20626

Conference -Talk
Wagner, D. and Morozova, D. (2004)
Tolerance Limits of Methanogenic Archaea in Terrestrial Permafrost ,
International Conference Cryosphere of Oil-And-Gas Bearing Provinces, Tyumen, Russia, May 22-29 .
hdl:10013/epic.20621

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