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    2021 [ nach oben ]

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      Keller, A., and Ankenbrand, M. J. (2021) Inferring core genome phylogenies for bacteria. In Bacterial Pangenomics (in press) (Mengoni, A., Fondi, M., and Bacci, G., Eds.), Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany.
       

    2020 [ nach oben ]

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      Degirmenci, L., Geiger, D., Rogé Ferreira, F. L., Keller, A., Krischke, B., Beye, M., Steffan-Dewenter, I., and Scheiner, R. (2020) CRISPR/Cas 9 mediated mutations as a new tool for studying taste in honeybees, Chemical Senses bjaa063.
       
    • 2.
      Elliott, B., Wilson, R., Shapcott, A., Keller, A., Newis, R., Cannizzaro, C., Burwell, C., Smith, T., Leonhardt, S. D., Kämper, W., and Wallace, H. (2020) Pollen diets and niche overlap of honey bees and native bees in protected areas, Basic and Applied Ecology Special issue: Sequence based molecular ecology.
       
    • 3.
      Gallagher, R., Falster, D. S., Maitner, B., Enquist, B., Ankenbrand, M., Balk, M., Bland, L., Boyle, B., Bravo, C., Cavazos, B., Fadrique, B., Feng, X., Halbritter, A., Hammock, J., Hogan, J. A., Iversen, C., Jochum, M., Kattge, J., Keller, A., Madin, J., Manning, P., McCormack, L., Michaletz, S., Park, D., Pearse, W., Penone, C., Perez, T., Pineda-Munoz, S., Poelen, J., Ray, C., Salguero-Gomez, R., Sauquet, H., Schneider, F., Spasojevic, M. J., Vandvik, V., Violle, C., and Weiss, K. (2020) Open Science principles for accelerating trait-based science across the Tree of Life, Nature Ecology & Evolution, Nature Publishing Group 294–303.
       
    • 4.
      Hifnawy, M. S., Fouda, M. M., Sayed, A. M., Mohammed, R., Hassan, H. M., AbouZid, S. F., Rateb, M. E., Keller, A., Adamek, M., Ziemert, N., and Abdelmohsen, U. R. (2020) The genus Micromonospora as a model microorganism for bioactive natural product discovery, Royal Society of Chemistry Advances, The Royal Society of Chemistry 10, 20939–20959.
       
    • 5.
      Keller, A., Hohlfeld, S., Kolter, A., Schultz, J., Gemeinholzer, B., and Ankenbrand, M. J. (2020) BCdatabaser: on-the-fly reference database creation for DNA (meta-)barcoding, Bioinformatics in press.
       
    • 6.
      Keller, A., McFrederick, Q. S., Dharampal, P., Steffan, S., Danforth, B. N., and Leonhardt, S. D. (2020) (More than) Hitchhikers through the network: The shared microbiome of bees and flowers, Current Opinion in Insect Science.
       
    • 7.
      Khansaritoreh, E., Salamaki, Y., Ramezani, E., Akbari-Azirani, T., Keller, A., Neumann, K., Alizadeh, K., Zarre, S., Beckh, G., and Behling, H. (2020) Tracking beekeepers in floristic regions of Iran: employing DNA metabarcoding to determine the geographical origin of honey, Heliyon.
       
    • 8.
      Polidori, C., Jorge, A., Keller, A., Ornosa, C., Tormos, J., Asis, J. D., and Nieves-Aldrey, J. L. (2020) Strong phylogenetic constraint on transition metal incorporation in the mandibles of the hyper-diverse Hymenoptera (Insecta), Organisms, Diversity and Evolution in press.
       
    • 9.
      Too, C. C., Ong, K. S., Lee, S. M., Yule, C. M., and Keller, A. (2020) Putative roles of bacteria in the carbon and nitrogen cycles in a tropical peat swamp forest, Basic and Applied Ecology Special issue: Predictors of microbiomes.
       
    • 10.
      Trinkl, M., Kaluza, B. F., Wallace, H., Heard, T. A., Keller, A., and Leonhardt, S. D. (2020) Floral Species Richness Correlates with Changes in the Nutritional Quality of Larval Diets in a Stingless Bee, Insects 11.
       
    • 11.
      Vaudo, A. D., Biddinger, D. J., Sickel, W., Keller, A., and López-Uribe, M. M. (2020) Introduced bees (Osmia cornifrons) collect pollen from both coevolved and novel host-plant species within their family-level phylogenetic preferences, Royal Society Open Science in press.
       
    • 12.
      Voulgari-Kokota, A., Steffan-Dewenter, I., and Keller, A. (2020) Susceptibility of red mason bee larvae to bacterial threats due to microbiome exchange with imported pollen provisions, Insects 11.
       
    • 13.
      Wilson, R., Keller, A., Shapcott, A., Leonhardt, S. D., Sickel, W., Hardwick, J. L., Heard, T., Kaluza, B. F., and and Wallace, H. (2020) Many small rather than few large sources identified in long-term bee pollen diets in agroecosystems, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment.
       

    2019 [ nach oben ]

    • 1.
      Nürnberger, F., Keller, A., Härtel, S., and Steffan-Dewenter, I. (2019) Honey bee waggle dance communication increases diversity of pollen diets in intensively managed agricultural landscapes, Molecular Ecology in press.
       
    • 2.
      Peters, M. K., Hemp, A., Appelhans, T., Becker, J. N., Behler, C., Classen, A., Detsch, F., Ensslin, A., Ferger, S. W., Frederiksen, S. B., Gebert, F., Gerschlauer, F., Gütlein, A., Helbig-Bonitz, M., Hemp, C., Kindeketa, W. J., Kühnel, A., Mayr, A. V., Mwangomo, E., Ngereza, C., Njovu, H. K., Otte, I., Pabst, H., Renner, M., Röder, J., Rutten, G., Schellenberger Costa, D., Sierra-Cornejo, N., Vollstädt, M. G. R., Dulle, H. I., Eardley, C. D., Howell, K. M., Keller, A., Peters, R. S., Ssymank, A., Kakengi, V., Zhang, J., Bogner, C., Böhning-Gaese, K., Brandl, R., Hertel, D., Huwe, B., Kiese, R., Kleyer, M., Kuzyakov, Y., Nauss, T., Schleuning, M., Tschapka, M., Fischer, M., and Steffan-Dewenter, I. (2019) Climate–land-use interactions shape tropical mountain biodiversity and ecosystem functions, Nature.
       
    • 3.
      Sickel, W., Van der Weyer, A.-L., Bemm, F., Schultz, J., and Keller, A. (2019) Venus flytrap microbiota withstand harsh conditions during prey digestion, FEMS Microbiology Ecology fiz010.
       
    • 4.
      Villalobos, A. S., Wiese, J., Imhoff, J. F., Dorador, C., Keller, A., and Hentschel, U. (2019) Cold-adaptation of Subtercola vilae DB165T, an isolate from a high-altitude cold volcano lake, as revealed by its genome analysis.
       
    • 5.
      Voulgari-Kokota, A., Ankenbrand, M., Grimmer, G., Steffan-Dewenter, I., and Keller, A. (2019) Linking the foraging patterns of megachilid bee species to nest bacteria, Ecology and Evolution in press.
       
    • 6.
      Voulgari-Kokota, A., Grimmer, G., Steffan-Dewenter, I., and Keller, A. (2019) Bacterial community structure and succession in nests of two megachilid bee genera, FEMS Microbiology Ecology 95, fiy218.
       
    • 7.
      Voulgari-Kokota, A., McFrederick, Q., Steffan-Dewenter, I., and Keller, A. (2019) Drivers, diversity and functions of solitary bee microbiota, Trends in Microbiology in press.
       

    2018 [ nach oben ]

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      Ankenbrand, M. J., Hohlfeld, S. C. Y., Foerster, F., and Keller, A. (2018) FENNEC - Functional Exploration of Natural Networks and Ecological Communities, Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2028–2033.
       
    • 2.
      Bertolini, E., Kistenpfennig, C., Menegazzi, P., Keller, A., Koukidou, M., and Helfrich-F"orster, C. (2018) The characterization of the circadian clock in the olive fly Bactrocera oleae (Diptera: Tephritidae) reveals a Drosophila-like organization, Scientific Reports 8, 816.
       
    • 3.
      Hafen, B., Wiesner, S., Schlegelmilch, K., Keller, A., Seefried, L., Ebert, R., Walles, H., Jakob, F., and Schütze, N. (2018) Physical contact between mesenchymal stem cells and endothelial precursors induces distinct signatures with relevance to the very early phase of regeneration, Journal of Cellular Biochemistry.
       
    • 4.
      Keller, A., Brandel, A., Becker, M. C., Balles, R., Abdelmohlsen, U. R., Ankenbrand, M. J., and Sickel, W. (2018) Wild bees and their nests host Paenibacillus bacteria with functional potential of avail, Microbiome 229.
       
    • 5.
      Too, C. C., Keller, A., Sickel, W., Lee, S. M., and Yule, C. M. (2018) Microbial community structure in a Malaysian tropical peat swamp forest: the influence of tree species and depth, Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 2859.
       
    • 6.
      Too, C. C., Ong, K. S., Ankenbrand, M. J., Lee, S. M., Yule, C. M., and Keller, A. (2018) Draft Genome Sequence of Paraburkholderia sp. Strain C35, Isolated from a Malaysian Tropical Peat Swamp Forest, Genome announcements, Am Soc Microbiol 6, e00561–18.
       
    • 7.
      Too, C. C., Ong, K. S., Ankenbrand, M. J., Lee, S. M., Yule, C. M., and Keller, A. (2018) Draft Genome Sequence of Klebsiella sp. Strain C31 Isolated from a Malaysian Tropical Peat Swamp Forest, Genome announcements, Am Soc Microbiol 6, e00560–18.
       
    • 8.
      Too, C. C., Ong, K. S., Ankenbrand, M. J., Lee, S. M., Yule, C. M., and Keller, A. (2018) Draft Genome Sequence of Paraburkholderia sp. Strain C35, Isolated from a Malaysian Tropical Peat Swamp Forest, Genome Announcements, American Society for Microbiology Journals 6.
       
    • 9.
      Too, C. C., Ong, K. S., Lee, S. M., Yule, C. M., and Keller, A. (2018) Draft Genome Sequence of Dyella sp. Strain C11, Isolated from a Malaysian Tropical Peat Swamp Forest, Genome announcements, Am Soc Microbiol 6, e00459–18.
       
    • 10.
      Too, C. C., Ong, K. S., Lee, S. M., Yule, C. M., and Keller, A. (2018) Draft Genome Sequence of Dyella sp. Strain C9, Isolated from a Malaysian Tropical Peat Swamp Forest, Microbiol Res Announc, Am Soc Microbiol 7, e01083–18.
       

    2017 [ nach oben ]

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      Danner, N., Keller, A., H"artel, S., and Steffan-Dewenter, I. (2017) Honey bee foraging ecology: Season but not landscape diversity shapes the amount and diversity of collected pollen, PloS one, Public Library of Science 12, e0183716.
       
    • 2.
      Danner, N., Keller, A., Härtel, S., and Steffan-Dewenter, I. (2017) Honey bee foraging ecology: Season but not landscape diversity shapes the amount and diversity of collected pollen, PLoS one in press.
       
    • 3.
      Kaluza, B. F., Wallace, H., Keller, A., Heard, T. A., Jeffers, B., Drescher, N., Blüthgen, N., and Leonhardt, S. D. (2017) Generalist social bees maximize diversity intake in plant species-rich and resource-abundant environments, Ecosphere 8, e01758-n/a.
       
    • 4.
      Wurdack, M., Polidori, C., Keller, A., Feldhaar, H., and Schmitt, T. (2017) Release from prey preservation behavior via prey switch allowed diversification of cuticular hydrocarbon profiles in digger wasps, Evolution in press.
       

    2016 [ nach oben ]

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      Ankenbrand, M. J., and Keller, A. (2016) bcgTree: automatized phylogenetic tree building from bacterial core genomes, Genome 59, 783–791.
       
    • 2.
      Becker, M., and Keller, A. (2016) Laboratory rearing of solitary bees and wasps, Insect Science 23, 918.
       
    • 3.
      Bell, K., De Vere, N., Keller, A., Richardson, R., Gous, A., Burgess, K., and Brosi, B. (2016) Pollen DNA barcoding: current applications and future prospects, Genome 59, 629–640.
       
    • 4.
      Dotterweich, J., Schlegelmilch, K., Keller, A., Geyer, B., Schneider, D., Zeck, S., Tower, R. J., Ebert, R., Jakob, F., and Sch"utze, N. (2016) Contact of myeloma cells induces a characteristic transcriptome signature in skeletal precursor cells--Implications for myeloma bone disease, Bone, Elsevier 93, 155–166.
       
    • 5.
      Faist, H., Keller, A., Hentschel, U., and Deeken, R. (2016) Crown galls of grapevine (Vitis vinifera) host distinct microbiota, Applied and Environmental Microbiology 82, 5542–5552.
       
    • 6.
      Horn, H., Keller, A., Hildebrandt, U., Kämpfer, P., Riederer, M., and Hentschel, U. (2016) Draft genome of the Arabidopsis thaliana phyllosphere bacterium, Williamsia sp. ARP1, Standards in Genomic Sciences.
       
    • 7.
      Keller, A., Grimmer, G., Sickel, W., and Ankenbrand, M. J. (2016) DNA-Metabarcoding – ein neuer Blick auf organismische Diversität, BioSpektrum 22, 147–150.
       
    • 8.
      Meuche, I., Keller, A., Ahmadsah, H., Ahmad, N., and Grafe, T. U. (2016) Silent listeners: Can preferences of eavesdropping midges predict the parasitism risk of their host?, Behavioral Ecology 27, 995–1003.
       
    • 9.
      Sickel, W., Grafe, T. U., Meuche, I., Steffan-Dewenter, I., and Keller, A. (2016) Bacterial Diversity and Community Structure in Two Bornean Nepenthes Species with Differences in Nitrogen Acquisition Strategies, Microbial Ecology 71, 938–953.
       

    2015 [ nach oben ]

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      Ankenbrand, M. J., Keller, A., Wolf, M., Schultz, J., and Förster, F. (2015) ITS2 Database V: Twice as Much, Molecular Biology and Evolution 32, 3030–3032.
       
    • 2.
      Fiala, B., Wells, K., Haubenreisser, J., Pittroff, A., Kaya-Zeeb, S., Chung, A. Y., bin Hashim, R., and Keller, A. (2015) Monophyletic clades of Macaranga pollinating thrips with high specificity to host plant taxonomic sections, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 116, 558–570.
       
    • 3.
      Junker, R. R., and Keller, A. (2015) Microhabitat heterogeneity across leaves and flower organs promotes bacterial diversity, FEMS Microbiology Ecology 91, fiv09.
       
    • 4.
      Junker, R. R., Blüthgen, N., and Keller, A. (2015) Functional and phylogenetic diversities of plant communities differently affect the structure of flower-visitor interactions and reveal convergences in floral traits, Evolutionary Ecology 29, 437–450.
       
    • 5.
      Keller, A., Danner, N., Grimmer, G., Ankenbrand, M., von der Ohe, K., von der Ohe, W., Rost, S., Härtel, S., and Steffan-Dewenter, I. (2015) Evaluating multiplexed next-generation sequencing as a method in palynology for mixed pollen samples, Plant Biology 17, 558–566.
       
    • 6.
      Sickel, W., Ankenbrand, M., Grimmer, G., Holzschuh, A., Härtel, S., Lanzen, J., Steffan-Dewenter, I., and Keller, A. (2015) Increased efficiency in identifying mixed pollen samples by meta-barcoding with a dual-indexing approach, BMC Ecology 15, 20.
       
    • 7.
      Wölfling, M., Rohrhirsch, M., Uhl, B., and Keller, A. (2015) DNA-analyses of Venerupis philippinarum (Adams and Reeve, 1850) with a new and constant shell-pattern from Italy, Emilia Romagna, Malacologia 86, 30–32.
       
    • 8.
      Zancolli, G., Mahsberg, D., Sickel, W., and Keller, A. (2015) Reptiles as reservoirs of bacterial infections: real threat or methodological bias?, Microbial Ecology 70, 579–84.
       

    2014 [ nach oben ]

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      Junker, R. R., Romeike, T., Keller, A., and Langen, D. (2014) Density-dependent responses by bumblebees to flower dwelling bacteria, Apidologie 45, 467–477.
       
    • 2.
      Keller, A., Härtel, S., and Steffan-Dewenter, I. (2014) Pollen DNA barcoding using next-generation sequencing, Barcode Bulletin 5, 8.
       
    • 3.
      Keller, A., Horn, H., Förster, F., and Schultz, J. (2014) Computational integration of genomic traits into 16S rDNA microbiota sequencing studies, Gene 549, 186–191.
       
    • 4.
      M"uller, E., Keller, A., Fregin, A., M"uller, C. R., and Rost, S. (2014) Confirmation of warfarin resistance of naturally occurring VKORC1 variants by coexpression with coagulation factor IX and in silico protein modelling, BMC Genetics 15, 17.
       
    • 5.
      Rost, S., Bach, E., Neuner, C., Nanda, I., Dysek, S., Bittner, R. E., Keller, A., Bartsch, O., Mlynski, R., and Haaf, T. (2014) Novel form of X-linked nonsyndromic hearing loss with cochlear malformation caused by a mutation in the type IV collagen gene COL4A6, European Journal of Human Genetics, Nature Publishing Group 208–215.
       
    • 6.
      Schlegelmilch, K., Keller, A., Zehe, V., Hondke, S., Klein-Hitpass, L., and Schütze, N. (2014) Identification of WISP1 as an important survival factor in human mesenchymal stem cells, Gene 551, 243–54.
       

    2013 [ nach oben ]

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      Keller, A., Grimmer, G., and Steffan-Dewenter, I. (2013) Diverse microbiota identified in whole intact nest chambers of the red mason bee Osmia bicornis (Linnaeus 1758), PloS one, Public Library of Science 8, e78296.
       
    • 2.
      Meuche, I., Brusa, O., Linsenmair, K. E., Keller, A., and Pr"ohl, H. (2013) Only distance matters--non-choosy females in a poison frog population, Frontiers in Zoology, BioMed Central Ltd 10, 29.
       

    2012 [ nach oben ]

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      Ernst, R., Keller, A., Landburg, G., Grafe, T. U., Linsenmair, K. E., R"odel, M.-O., and Dziock, F. (2012) Common ancestry or environmental trait filters: cross-continental comparisons of trait--habitat relationships in tropical anuran amphibian assemblages, Global Ecology and Biogeography, Wiley Online Library 21, 704–715.
       

    2011 [ nach oben ]

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      Buchheim, M. A., Keller, A., Koetschan, C., F"orster, F., Merget, B., and Wolf, M. (2011) Internal transcribed spacer 2 (nu ITS2 rRNA) sequence-structure phylogenetics: towards an automated reconstruction of the green algal tree of life, PLoS One, Public Library of Science 6, e16931.
       
    • 2.
      Junker, R. R., Daehler, C. C., D"otterl, S., Keller, A., and Bl"uthgen, N. (2011) Hawaiian ant-flower networks: nectar-thieving ants prefer undefended native over introduced plants with floral defenses, Ecological Monographs, Eco Soc America 81, 295–311.
       
    • 3.
      Junker, R. R., Loewel, C., Gross, R., D"otterl, S., Keller, A., and Bl"uthgen, N. (2011) Composition of epiphytic bacterial communities differs on petals and leaves, Plant Biology, Wiley Online Library 13, 918–924.
       

    2010 [ nach oben ]

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      Hegewald, E., Wolf, M., Keller, A., Friedl, T., and Krienitz, L. (2010) ITS2 sequence-structure phylogeny in the Scenedesmaceae with special reference to em Coelastrum em (Chlorophyta, Chlorophyceae), including the new genera em Comasiella em and em Pectinodesmusem, Phycologia, The International Phycological Society Phycologia Business Office, Allen Press, 810 East 10th Street, PO Box 1897, Lawrence, KS 66044-8897 49, 325–335.
       
    • 2.
      Keller, A., F"orster, F., M"uller, T., Dandekar, T., Schultz, J., Wolf, M., and others. (2010) Including RNA secondary structures improves accuracy and robustness in reconstruction of phylogenetic trees, Biology Direct, BioMed Central Ltd 5, 4.
       
    • 3.
      Keller, A., Wolf, M., and Dandekar, T. (2010) Ribosomal RNA phylogenetics: the third dimension, Biologia, Springer 65, 388–391.
       
    • 4.
      Koetschan, C., F"orster, F., Keller, A., Schleicher, T., Ruderisch, B., Schwarz, R., M"uller, T., Wolf, M., and Schultz, J. (2010) The ITS2 Database III—sequences and structures for phylogeny, Nucleic Acids Research, Oxford Univ Press 38, D275-D279.
       

    2009 [ nach oben ]

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      Grafe, T. U., and Keller, A. (2009) A Bornean amphibian hotspot: the lowland mixed dipterocarp rainforest at Ulu Temburong National Park, Brunei Darussalam, Salamandra 45, 16–25.
       
    • 2.
      Keller, A. (2009) Die Artenvielfalt der Amphibien in einem Tieflandregenwald auf Borneo, Terraria.
       
    • 3.
      Keller, A., R"odel, M.-O., Linsenmair, K. E., and Grafe, T. U. (2009) The importance of environmental heterogeneity for species diversity and assemblage structure in Bornean stream frogs, Journal of Animal Ecology 78, 305–314.
       
    • 4.
      Keller, A., Schleicher, T., Schultz, J., M"uller, T., Dandekar, T., and Wolf, M. (2009) 5.8S-28S rRNA interaction and HMM-based ITS2 annotation, Gene, Elsevier 430, 50–57.
       
    • 5.
      Wiemers, M., Keller, A., and Wolf, M. (2009) ITS2 secondary structure improves phylogeny estimation in a radiation of blue butterflies of the subgenus em Agrodiaetus em (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae: \em Polyommatus\em ), BMC Evolutionary Biology, BioMed Central Ltd 9, 300.
       

    2008 [ nach oben ]

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      Keller, A., Schleicher, T., F"orster, F., Ruderisch, B., Dandekar, T., M"uller, T., and Wolf, M. (2008) ITS2 data corroborate a monophyletic chlorophycean DO-group (Sphaeropleales), BMC Evolutionary Biology 8, 218.
       
    • 2.
      Keller, A., Siegle, M., and Grafe, T. U. (2008) Geographic distribution: Parias sumatranus (Short Note), Herpetological Review 39, 373.
       
    • 3.
      Keller, A., Siegle, M., and Grafe, T. U. (2008) Geographic distribution: Xenodermus javanicus (Short Note), Herpetological Review 39, 373.