Christoph Scheidegger Biodiversity and Conservation Biology, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Switzerland
2 protocols

Carolina Cornejo Forest Health and Biotic Interactions, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Switzerland
2 protocols

Francesco Dal Grande Senckenberg Gesellschaft fuer Naturforschung
1 protocol

Andreas Beck
  • Department of Lichenology and Bryology, Botanische Staatssammlung München, Germany
Research focus
  • Plant science
  • 1 Author merit


Dr. rer.nat., Institut für Systematische Botanik, LMU München, 2002

Current position

Research Scientist and Curator of Lichens and Bryophytes at the Botanische Staatssammlung München (since 04/2005)

Publications (selected)

  1. Beck, A., Divakar, P. K., Zhang, N., Molina, M. C. and Struwe, L. (2015). Evidence of ancient horizontal gene transfer between fungi and the terrestrial alga Trebouxia. Org Divers Evol 15: 235-248.
  2. Blum, R., Beck, A., Korte, A., Stengel, A., Letzel, T., Lendzian, K. and Grill, E. (2007). Function of phytochelatin synthase in catabolism of glutathione-conjugates. Plant J 49(4): 740-749.
  3. Beck, A., Lendzian, K., Oven, M., Christmann, A. and Grill, E. (2003). Phytochelatin synthase catalyzes key step in turnover of glutathione conjugates. Phytochemistry 62(3): 423-431.
  4. Beck, A., Kasalicky, T. and Rambold, G. (2002). Myco-photobiontal selection in a Mediterranean cryptogam community with Fulgensia fulgida. New Phytol 153: 317–326.
  5. Beck, A., Friedl, T. and Rambold, G. (1998). Selectivity of photobiont choice in a defined lichen community: inferences from cultural and molecular studies. New Phytol 139: 709–720.
1 Protocol published
Genomic DNA Extraction and Genotyping of Dictyochloropsis Green Algae Strains
Authors:  Francesco Dal Grande, Carolina Cornejo, Christoph Scheidegger and Andreas Beck, date: 08/05/2015, view: 9369, Q&A: 0
Dictyochloropsis is an ecologically important genus of free-living and symbiotic green algae. Representatives of this genus are horizontally transmitted among several fungi of the family Lobariaceae, thus forming photobiont-mediated guilds. ...
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