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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Professor of Ecology and Marine Biology (retired)
Department Limnology and Oceanography
Institution
University of Vienna, Faculty of Life Sciences ( IECB)
Althanstrasse 14 Vienna A-1090
Address
University of Vienna, Faculty of Life Sciences Althanstrasse 14
Vienna
A-1090
Austria
Tel 43 1 4277 76436
Fax 43 1 4277 9542
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Website http://www.marine.univie.ac.at
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree PhD
Job type Teaching/Education , Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology
Research Activities Symbioses between chemoautotrophic bacteria and protists and invertebrates. Biology, ecophysiology and taxonomy of marine free-living Nematoda. Biology of marine meiofauna. Biology of seagrasses. Biology of burrowing Crustacea
Research Region 2, 3, 35
Skills/Expertise Morphology, systematics and phylogeny of marine invertebrates, especially nematodes
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Prof. Joerg OTT)

Kampfer, S., Sturmbauer, C. and Ott, J. [1998] Phylogentic analysis of rDNA sequences from adenophorean nematodes and implication for the Adenophorea-Secernenta controversy. Invertebrate Biology, 117(1), 29-36 Polz, M.F., Distel, D.L., Zarda, B., Amann, R., Felbeck, H., Ott, J.A., Cavanaugh, C.M. [1994]. Phylogentic analysis of a highly specific association between ectosymbiotic, sulfuroxidizing bacteria and marine nemtode. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 60, 4461-4467 Will be completed!
Dirks, U. et al. 2012 Bacterial Symbiosis Maintenance in the Asexually Reproducing and Regenerating Flatworm Paracatenula galateia. PLOSone 7(4):e34709


Created: 2000-11-25 Last Updated: 2013-07-17 by Joerg OTT