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Priv.-Doz. DI Dr. Angela Sessitsch

Priv.-Doz. DI Dr. Angela Sessitsch

Function

Head of Competence Unit

Center

Health & Bioresources

Competence Unit

Bioresources

E-Mail

Angela.Sessitsch(at)ait.ac.at

Phone

+43 50550 3509

Address

UFT, Konrad-Lorenz-Straße 24, 3430 Tulln

Career

Field: Exploration of Biological Resources

Main Research: Plant-Microbe Interactions; Molecular Microbial Ecology; Endophytes

Experience:

Angela Sessitsch is an internationally recognized expert on beneficial plant-microbe interactions and established this research area at AIT. Her know-how encompasses the understanding the ecology and functioning of microbial endophytes, molecular approaches to explore their potential and exploring plant beneficial microorganisms for agricultural applications.
Angela Sessitsch has coordinated various national and international projects, has organized international conferences, has been invited to give keynote and invited lectures at international symposia and was member of the EFSA Panel of Genetically Modified Organisms.

  • 2008-now: President/Vice-President
    ÖGMBT - Austrian Association of Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology / Austria
  • 2004-now: Head of Business Unit
    AIT Austrian Institute of Technology / Austria
  • 2002-2004: Scientist
    ARC Austrian Reseach Centers / Austria
  • 1999-2002: APART habilitation fellowship
    ARC Austrian Reseach Centers / Austria
  • 1998-1999: Hertha-Firnberg fellowship
    ARC Austrian Research Centers / Austria
  • 1997-1997: post-doc
    Wageningen University / The Netherlands
  • 1997-1997: IAEA expert mission
    Accra University / Ghana
  • 1996-1997: Microbiologist
    IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency / Austria
  • 1994-1996: Associate Professional Officer
    FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization / Austria / Italy
  • 1996-1996: Expert
    EMBRAPA Seropedica / Brazil
  • 1995-1995: Expert
    CINVESTAV Irapuato / Mexico
  • 1994-1994: Research fellow
    CAMBIA - Center for Molecular Biology in International Agriculture / Australia
  • 1992-1997: Ph.D. student
    Wageningen University / The Netherlands
  • 1990-1993: Technician
    IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency / Austria
  • 1982-1990: Student - Technical Chemistry / Bio- and Food Chemistry
    Graz University of Technology / Austria
  • 2014 - now: President/Vice-President of the Austrial Association of Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology
  • 1999 - now: Member of the Austrial Commission for Gene Technology
  • 2003 - 2006: Member of the EFSA Panel Genetically Modified Organisms
  • 2006 - 2010: Ad-hoc expert of the EFSA Panel Genetically Modified Organisms
  • 2011 - 2015: Management Team Member and WG Leader of the COST Action "Endophytes for Biotechnology and Agriculture"
  • 2011 - 2015: Editor of FEMS Microbiology Ecology
  • 2015 - now: Senior Editor of FEMS Microbiology Ecology
  • 2014 - 2020: Editor of Peer J
  • 2018 - now: Vice-President of the Austrian Association of Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology
  • 2016 - now: Leader of the EPSO WG Plants and Microbiomes
  • 2019 - now: Board of Directors - International Phytobiomes Alliance
  • 2019 - now: Leadership Team, Global Initiative of Crop Microbiome and Sustainable Agriculture
  • 2017 - now: Senior Editor of Phytobiomes J
  • 2020 - now: Associate Editor of Microbiome, Environmental Microbiome
  • 2018 - now: Scientific Advisory Board, NIOO, NL
  • 2018 - now: Scientific Adviory Board, University of Applied Sciences Erfurt, Germany
  • 2019 - now: Scientific Advisory Board, SIMBA (H2020)
  • 2019 - now: Scientific Advisory Board, Lavie Bio, Israel
  • 2018 - now: Scientific Advisory Board, Aphea.Bio, Belgium
  • 2017 - 2019: Scientific Advisory Board, Evogene, Israel
  • 2014 - 2017: Scientific Advisory Board, Indigo Ag (Symbiota), US
  • 2019: Highly Cited Researcher
  • 2018: Highly Cited Researcher
  • 2016: Science Award received from the Government of Lower Austria
  • 2005: Award for Scientific Excellence (ARC)
  • 2003: Award for Scientific Excellence (ARC)

Publications

  • Drought stress amelioration in wheat through inoculation with Burkholderia phytofirmans strain PsJN
    Author(s): NAVEED, M., M.B. HUSSAIN, Z.A. ZAHIR, B. MITTER, A. SESSITSCH
    Journal: Plant Growth Regul., 73 (2014) ; 121-131
  • Antimicrobial drimane sesquiterpenes and their effect on endophyte communities in the medical tree Warburgia ugandensis
    Author(s): DRAGE, S., B. MITTER, C. TRÖLS, A. MUCHUGI, R.H. JAMNADASS, A. SESSITSCH, B. MITTER
    Journal: Front. Ecol. Evol., 5 (2014) ; Article 13
  • Increased drought stress resilience of maize through endophytic colonization by Burkholderia phytofirmans PsJN and Enterobacter sp. FD17
    Author(s): NAVEED, M., B. MITTER, T.G. REICHENAUER, KRZYSZTOF WIECZOREK, A. SESSITSCH.
    Journal: Environ. Exp. Bot., 97 (2014) ; 30-39
  • The role of microbial inoculants in integrated crop management systems.
    Author(s): VELIVELLI, S.L.S., A. SESSITSCH, B. DOYLE PRESTWICH
    Journal: Potato Res, 57 (2014) ; 291-309
  • Fungal and bacterial utilization of organic substrates depends on substrate complexity and N availability
    Author(s): KORANDA M., C. KAISER, L. FUCHSLUEGER, B. KITZLER, A. SESSITSCH, S. ZECHMEISTER-BOLTENSTERN, A. RICHTER
    Journal: FEMS Microbiol. Ecol, 87 (2014) ; 142-152
  • SPR bacterial pathogen biosensor: The importance of fluidic conditions and probing depth
    Author(s): HUANG C.J., W. KNOLL, A. SESSITSCH, J. DOSTALEK
    Journal: Talanta, 122 (2014) ; 166-171
  • Metabolic potential of endophytic bacteria.
    Author(s): BRADER, G., S. COMPANT, B. MITTER, F. TROGNITZ, A. SESSITSCH
    Journal: Curr. Opin. Biotechnol., 27 (2014) ; 30-37
  • Cadmium-tolerant bacteria induce metal stress tolerance in cereals.
    Author(s): AHMAD, I., M.J. AKHTAR, Z.A. ZAHIR, M. NAVEED, B. MITTER, A. SESSITSCH
    Journal: Environ Sci. Poll. Res, 21 (2014) ; 11054-11065
  • Remarkable recovery and colonization behaviour of methane oxidizing bacteria in soil after disturbance is controlled by methane source only
    Author(s): PAN Y., G.C.J. ABELL, P.L.E. BODELIER, M. MEIMA-FRANKE, A. SESSITSCH, L. BODROSSY
    Journal: Microb. Ecol., 68 (2014) ; 259-270
  • Interkingdom transfer of the acne causing agent, Propionibacterium acnes, from human to grapevine
    Author(s): CAMPISANO, A., L. OMETTO, S. COMPANT, M. PANCHER, L. ANTONIELLI, C. VARROTTO, G. ANFORA, I. PERTOT, A. SESSITSCH, O. ROTA-STABELLI
    Journal: Mol. Biol. Evol., 5 (2014) ; 1059-1065.
  • Newly developed and improved group-specific primers for microbial community analysis based on full SILVA 16S rRNA reference database sequence information.
    Author(s): PFEIFFER, S., M. PASTAR, B. MITTER, P. LOJAN, A. OSWALD, A. SESSITSCH
    Journal: Environ. Microbiol., 16 (2014) ; 2389-2407
  • Draft genome sequence of Phaeomoniella chlamydospora strain RRHG1, a grapevine trunk disease (Esca)-related member of the Ascomycota
    Author(s): ANTONIELLI, L., S. COMPANT, J. STRAUSS, A. SESSITSCH, H. BERGER.
    Journal: Genome Announcem, 2 (2014) ; e00098-14
  • Endophytic bacteria: prospects and application for the phytoremediation of organic pollutants.
    Author(s): AFZAL, M., K.M. QAISER, A. SESSITSCH
    Journal: Chemosphere, 117 (2014) ; 232-242
  • Draft genome sequences of 10 Microbacterium spp., with emphasis on heavy metal-contaminated environments.
    Author(s): CORRETTO, E., L. ANTONIELLI, A. SESSITSCH, P. KIDD, N. WEYENS, G. BRADER
    Journal: Genome Announcem, 3 (2015) ; e00432-15
  • Genome mining: Prediction of lipopeptides and polyketides from Bacillus and related Firmicutes
    Author(s): ALETI, G., A. SESSITSCH, G. BRADER.
    Journal: Comp. Struct. Biotechnol. J. , 13 (2015) ; 192-203
  • The hidden world within plants: ecological and evolutionary considerations for defining functioning of microbial endophytes.
    Author(s): HARDOIM, P.R., L.S. VAN OVERBEEK, G. BERG, A. M. PIRTTILÄ, S. COMPANT, A. CAMPISANO, M. DÖRING, A. SESSITSCH.
    Journal: Microbiol. Mol. Biol. Rev., 79 (2015) ; 293-320
  • L-Tryptophan-dependent biosynthesis of indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) improves plant growth and colonization of maize by Burkholderia phytofirmans PsJN.
    Author(s): NAVEED, M., M. A. QURESHI, Z. A. ZAHIR, M. B. HUSSAIN, A. SESSITSCH AND B. MITTER
    Journal: Ann. Microbiol., 65 (2015) ; 1381–1389
  • Combined amendment of immobilizers and the plant growth-promoting strain Burkholderia phytofirmans PsJN favours plant growth and reduces heavy metal uptake.
    Author(s): TOUCEDA-GONZALEZ, M., G. BRADER, L. ANTONIELLI, V. BALAKRISHNAN RAVINDRAN, G. WALDNER, W. FRIESL-HANL, E. CORRETTO, A. CAMPISANO, M. PANCHER, A. SESSITSCH.
    Journal: Soil Biol Biochem, 91 (2015) ; 140-150
  • Effect of different heterotrophic plate count methods on the estimation of the composition of the culturable microbial community
    Author(s): GENSBERGER, E.T., E.-M. GÖSSL, L. ANTONIELLI, A. SESSITSCH, T. KOSTIC.
    Journal: Peer J, 3 (2015) ; e862
  • Characterization of endophytic bacteria from cucurbit fruits with potential benefits to agriculture in melons (Cucumis melo L.) and visualization of the bacterial niches of colonization
    Author(s): GLASSNER, H., S. YARON, S. COMPANT, A. SESSITSCH, N. KATZIR, V. PORTNOY, E. ZCHORI-FEIN.
    Journal: FEMS Microbiol. Ecol., doi 10.1093/femsec/fiv074 (2015)
  • Grapevine colonization by endophytic bacteria shifts secondary metabolism and suggests activation of defense pathways.
    Author(s): LÒPEZ-FERNÀNDEZ, S., S. COMPANT, U. VRHOVSEK, P. L. BIANCHEDI, A. SESSITSCH, I. PERTOT, A. CAMPISANO
    Journal: lant Soil, 10.1007/s11104-015-2631-1 (2015)
  • The genomes of closely related Pantoea ananatis maize seed endophytes having different effects on the host plant differ in secretion system genes and mobile genetic elements.
    Author(s): SHEIBANI-TEZERJI, R., M. NAVEED, M.-A. JEHL, A. SESSITSCH, T. RATTEI, B. MITTER.
    Journal: Front. Microbiol., 6 (2015) ; Article 440
  • Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria: An alternate way to improve yield and quality of wheat (Triticum aestivum).
    Author(s): ABAID-ULLAH, M., M.N. HASSAN, M. JAMIL, G. BRADER, M.K.N. SHAW, A. SESSITSCH, F.Y. HAFEEZ.
    Journal: Int. J. Agricult. Biol., 17 (2015) ; 51-60
  • Deciphering the niches of colonisation of Vitis vinifera L. by the Esca-associated fungus Phaeoacremonium aleophilum using a gfp marked strain and cutting systems.
    Author(s): PIERRON, R., M. GORFER, H. BERGER, A. JACQUES, A. SESSITSCH, J. STRAUSS, S. COMPANT.
    Journal: PLoS One, 10 (2015) ; e0126851
  • 21st century agriculture: integration of plant microbiomes for improved crop production and food security
    Author(s): SESSITSCH, A. AND B. MITTER.
    Journal: Microb Biotechnol, 8 (2015) ; 32-33
  • Transcriptome profiling of the endophyte Burkholderia phytofirmans PsJN indicates sensing of the plant environment and drought stress
    Author(s): SHEIBANI-TEZERJI, R., T. RATTEI, A. SESSITSCH, F, TROGNITZ, B. MITTER.
    Journal: mbio, 6 (2015) ; e00621-15
  • Cr-resistant rhizo- and endophytic bacteria associated with Prosopis juliflora and their potential as phytoremediation enhancing agents in metal-degraded soil.
    Author(s): KHAN, M.U., A. SESSITSCH, M. HARRIS, K. FATIMA, A. IMRAN, M. ARSLAN, G. SHABIR, Q. M. KHAN, M. AFZAL
    Journal: Front. Plant Sci., 5 (2015) ; Artilcle 755
  • Plant-microbe partnerships in 2020
    Author(s): MITTER, B., N. PFAFFENBICHLER, A. SESSITSCH
    Journal: Microbiol. Biotechnol. (2016) ; doi:10.1111/1751-7915.12382
  • Special thematic issue on microbe-assisted crop production
    Author(s): SESSITSCH, A., K. SMALLA, L. JOHNSON, B. MITTER
    Journal: FEMS Microbiol, 66 (2016) ; 3749-3754
  • Agromyces aureus sp. nov., isolated from the rhizosphere of Salix caprea L. grown in a heavy metal contaminated soil
    Author(s): CORRETTO, E., L. ANTONIELLI, A. SESSITSCH, S. COMPANT, M. GORFER, M. KUFFNER, G. BRADER
    Journal: Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol., , 66 (2016) ; 3749-3754
  • High-quality draft genome sequence of an endophytic Pseudomonas viridiflava strain with herbicidal properties against its host, the weed Lepidium draba.
    Author(s): SAMAD, A., F. TROGNITZ, S. COMPANT, L. ANTONIELLI, A. SESSITSCH.
    Journal: Genome A, 4 (2016) ; pii: e01170-16
  • Biocontrol and plant growth promoting properties of Streptomyces mutabilis strain IA1 isolated from a Saharan soil on wheat seedlings and visualization of its niches of colonization
    Author(s): TOUMATIA, O., S. COMPANT, A. YEKKOUR, Y. GOUDJAL, N. SABAOU, F. MATHIEU, A. SESSITSCH, A. ZITOUNI
    Journal: South African J. Botany , 105 (2016) ; 234-239
  • Surfactin variants mediate species-specific biofilm formation and root colonization in Bacillus
    Author(s): ALETI, G., S. LEHNER, M. BACHER, S. COMPANT, B. NIKOLIC, M. PLESKO, R. SCHUHMACHER, A. SESSITSCH, G. BRADER.
    Journal: Environmental Microbiology, 18 (2016) ; 2634-2645
  • The role of plant-microbiome interactions in weed establishment and control.
    Author(s): TROGNITZ, F., E. HACKL, S. WIDHALM, A. SESSITSCH
    Journal: FEMS Microb. Ecol., 92 (2016)
  • Back to the future of soil metagenomics
    Author(s): NESME, J., W. ACHOUAK, S. AGATHOS, …….., A. SESSITSCH, ……, P. SIMONET.
    Journal: Front. Microbiol., doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2016.00073 (2016)
  • Grapevine colonization by endophytic bacteria shifts secondary metabolism and suggests activation of defense pathways
    Author(s): LOPEZ-FERNANDEZ, S., S. COMPANT, U. VROVSEK, P. L. BIANCHEDI, A. SESSITSCH, I. PERTOT, A. CAMPISANO
    Journal: Plant and Soil, 405 (2016) ; 155-175
  • Draft genome sequence of Paenibacillus polymyxa strain CCI-25 encompasses high potential for secondary metabolite production
    Author(s): ALETI, G., L. ANTONIELLI, E. CORRETTO, B. NIKOLIC, A. SESSITSCH, G. BRADER
    Journal: Genome A (2016) ; doi:10.1128/genomeA.00366-16
  • Plants Assemble Species Specific Bacterial Communities from Common Core Taxa in Three Arcto-Alpine Climate Zones.
    Author(s): KUMAR, M., G. BRADER, A. SESSITSCH, A. MAKI, J.D. VAN ELSAS, R. NISSINEN
    Journal: Front. Microbiol., 8 (2017) ; 12
  • Secondary metabolite genes encoded by potato rhizosphere microbiomes in the Andean highlands are diverse and vary with sampling site and vegetation stage.
    Author(s): ALETI, G., B. NIKOLIC, G. BRADER, R.V. PANDEY, L. ANTONIELLI, S. PFEIFFER, A. OSWALD, A. SESSITSCH.
    Journal: Scientific Reports, 7 (2017) ; 2330
  • Rhizosphere microbiomes of potato cultivated in the High Andes show stable and dynamic core microbiomes with different responses to plant development
    Author(s): PFEIFFER, S., B. MITTER, A. OSWALD, B. SCHLOTER-HAI, M. SCHLOTER, S. DECLERCK, A. SESSITSCH
    Journal: FEMS Microbiol Ecol, 93 (2017) ; fiw242
  • Microbial community structure and activity in trace element-contaminated soils phytomanaged by Gentle Remediation Options (GRO)
    Author(s): TOUCEDA GONZALEZ, M., A. PRIETO FERNANDEZ, G. RENELLA, L. GIAGNONI, A. SESSITSCH, G. BRADER
    Journal: Environ. Poll. , 231 (2017) ; 237-251
  • Impact of plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria on root colonization potential and life cycle of Rhizophagus irregularis following co-entrapment into alginate beads.
    Author(s): LOJAN, P., M. DEMORTIER, S. VELIVELLI, S. PFEIFFER, J. SUAREZ, P. DE VOS, B. DOYLE PRESTWICH, A. SESSITSCH, S. DECLERCK
    Journal: J. Appl. Microbiol., 122 (2017) ; 429-444
  • Shared and host-specific microbiome diversity and functioning of grapevine and accompanying weed plants.
    Author(s): SAMAD, A., F. TROGNITZ, S. COMPANT, L. ANTONIELLI, A. SESSITSCH
    Journal: Environ. Microbiol., 19 (2017) ; 1407-1424
  • Antimicrobial Drimane Sesquiterpenes Contribute to Balanced Antagonism but do not Structure Bacterial and Fungal Endophytes in the African Pepper Bark Tree Warburgia ugandensis
    Author(s): DRAGE, S., B. MITTER, D. ENGELMEIER, V. CHOBOT, M. GORFER, A. MUCHUGI, R. S. JAMNADASS, A. SESSITSCH, F. HADACEK
    Journal: Front. Ecol. Evol, 5 (2017) ; 138
  • Ecology and Genomic Insights into Plant-Pathogenic and Plant-Nonpathogenic Endophytes
    Author(s): BRADER, G., S. COMPANT, K. VESCIO, B. MITTER, F. TROGNITZ, L.-J. MA, A. SESSITSCH.
    Journal: Annu Rev Phytopathol, 55 (2017) ; 61-63
  • Comparative genome analysis of a vineyard weed endophyte Pseudomonas viridiflava CDRTc14 with showing selective herbicidal activity.
    Author(s): SAMAD, A., L. ANTONIELLI, A. SESSITSCH, S. COMPANT, F. TROGNITZ
    Journal: Sci. Rep., 17 (2017) ; 17336
  • A new approach to modify plant microbiomes and traits by introducing beneficial bacteria at flowering into progeny seeds.
    Author(s): MITTER, B., N. PFAFFENBICHLER, R. FLAVELL, S. COMPANT, L. ANTONIELLI, A. PETRIC, T. BERNINGER, M. NAVEED, R. SHEIBANI TEZERJI, G. VON MALTZAHN, A. SESSITSCH.
    Journal: Front. Microbiol, 8 (2017) ; 11
  • Complete genome sequence of the heavy metal resistant bacterium Agromyces aureus AR33(T) and comparison with related Actinobacteria
    Author(s): CORRETTO, E., L. ANTONIELLI, A. SESSITSCH, S. COMPANT, C. HOEFER, M. PUSCHENREITER, G. BRADER
    Journal: Stand. Genom. Sci, 12 (2018) ; 2
  • Maintenance and assessment of cell viability in formulation of non-sporulating bacterial inoculants
    Author(s): BERNINGER, T., Ó. GONZÁLEZ, A. BEJARANO, C. PREININGER, A. SESSITSCH
    Journal: Microbiol. Biotechnol., 11 (2018) ; 277-302
  • Biocontrol activity of surfactin A purified from Bacillus
    Author(s): SARWAR, A., M. HASSAN, M. IMRAN, M. IQBAL, S. MAJEED, G. BRADER, A. SESSITSCH, F. YUSUF HAFEEZ
    Journal: Microbiol. Res., 209 (2018) ; 1-13
  • The contribution of plant microbiota to economy growth
    Author(s): SESSITSCH, A., G. BRADER, N. PFAFFENBICHLER, D. GUSENBAUER, B. MITTER
    Journal: Microbiol. Biotechnol., 11 (2018) ; 801-805
  • Bacterial niches inside seeds of Cucumis melo L
    Author(s): GLASSNER, H., E. ZCHORI-FEIN, S. YARON, A. SESSITSCH, U. SAUER, S. COMPANT
    Journal: Plant Soil, 422 (2018) ; 101-113
  • The potential of plant microbiota in reducing post-harvest food loss
    Author(s): BUCHHOLZ, F., T. KOSTIC, A. SESSITSCH, B. MITTER
    Journal: Microbiol. Biotechnol., 11 (2018) ; 971-975
  • Commentary: seed bacterial inhabitants and their routes of colonization
    Author(s): ESCOBAR RODRÌGUEZ, C., B. MITTER, M. BARRET, A. SESSITSCH, S. COMPANT.
    Journal: Plant Soil, 422 (2018) ; 129-134
  • Qualitative analysis of biosurfactants from Bacillus species exhibiting antifungal activity
    Author(s): SARWAR, A., G. BRADER, E. CORRETTO, G. ALETI, M. ABAIDULLAH, A. SESSITSCH, F. YUSUF HAFEEZ
    Journal: PLoS ONE, 13 (2018) ; e0201624
  • The bacterial community in potato is recruited from soil and partly inherited across generations
    Author(s): BUCHHOLZ, F., L. ANTONIELLI, T. KOSTIC, A. SESSITSCH, B. MITTER
    Journal: PloS ONE, 14 (2019) ; e0223691
  • A review on the plant microbiome: Ecology, functions, and emerging trends in microbial application
    Author(s): COMPANT, S., A. SAMAD, H. FAIST, A. SESSITSCH
    Journal: J. Adv. Res. , 19 (2019) ; 29-37
  • . Microbiome Applications from Lab to Field: Facing Complexity.
    Author(s): SESSITSCH, A., N. PFAFFENBICHLER, B. MITTER.
    Journal: Trends Plant Sci, 24 (2019) ; 194-198
  • The urgent need for microbiology literacy in society.
    Author(s): TIMMIS, K., R. CAVICCHIOLI, ……., A. SESSITSCH, …..
    Journal: Environ. Microbiol., 21 (2019) ; 1513-1528
  • Next generation microbiome applications for crop production – limitations and the need of knowledge-based solutions
    Author(s): MITTER, B., G. BRADER, N. PFAFFENBICHER, A. SESSITSCH
    Journal: Curr. Opin. BioMicrobiol., 49 (2019) ; 49-65
  • Beneficial endophytic bacteria – Serendipita indica interaction for crop enhancement and resistance to phytopathogens.
    Author(s): DEL BARRIO-DUQUE, A., J. LEY, A. SAMAD, L. ANTONIELLI, A. SESSITSCH, S. COMPANT.
    Journal: Front. Microbiol., 10 (2019) ; 2888
  • Roots and Panicles of the C4 Model Grasses Setaria viridis (L). and S. pumila Host Distinct Bacterial Assemblages With Core Taxa Conserved Across Host Genotypes and Sampling Sites.
    Author(s): ESCOBAR RODRIGUEZ, C., B. MITTER, L. ANTONIELLI, F. TROGNITZ, S. COMPANT, A. SESSITSCH
    Journal: Front. Microbiol., 24 (2019) ; 2708
  • Interaction between endophytic Proteobacteria strains and Serendipita indica enhances biocontrol activity against fungal pathogens.
    Author(s): DEL BARRIO-DUQUE, A., A. SAMAD, O. NYBROE, L. ANTONIELLI, A. SESSITSCH, S. COMPANT.
    Journal: Plant Soil (2020) ; https://doi.org/10.1007/s11104-020-04512-5
  • Requirements for the development of microbiome biobanks
    Author(s): RYAN, M.J., M. SCHLOTER, …… A. SESSITSCH.
    Journal: Trends Microbiol. (2020) ; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tim.2020.06.009
  • Heritability and functional importance of the Setaria viridis seed microbiome.
    Author(s): ESCOBAR RODRIGUEZ, C., L. ANTONIELLI, B. MITTER, F. TROGNITZ, A. SESSITSCH.
    Journal: Phytobiomes J, 4 (2020) ; 40-52
  • Comparative genomics of Microbacterium species to reveal diversity, potential for secondary metabolites and heavy metal resistance
    Author(s): CORRETTO, E., L. ANTONIELLI, A. SESSITSCH, C. HÖFER, M. PUSCHENREITER, S. WIDHALM, K. SWARNALAKSHMI, G. BRADER.
    Journal: Front. Microbiol., 11 (2020) ; 1869
  • Synergistic effects of microbial anaerobic dechlorination of perchloroethene and nano zero-valent iron (nZVI) - A lysimeter experiment.
    Author(s): SUMMER, D., P. SCHOFTNER, B. WIMMER. M. PASTAR, T. KOSTIC, A. SESSITSCH, M.H. GERZABEK, T.G. REICHENAUER.
    Journal: New Biotechnology, 57 (2020) ; 34-44
  • Microbiome definition re-visited: old concepts and new challenges.
    Author(s): BERG, G., D. RYBAKOVA, ………., A. SESSITSCH, M. SCHLOTER.
    Journal: Microbiome, 8 (2020) ; 103
  • Metagenomics of plant microbiomes;
    Functional Genomics: Tools and Applications eds. T. (Charles, M. Liles, A. Sessitsch)

    Author(s): BRADER, G., E. CORRETTO, A. SESSITSCH
    Publisher: Springer; Switzerland; 2017; 179-200
    Series:
  • Method for producing plant seed
    Inventor: B. Mitter, A. Sessitsch, M. Naveed
    Submission Date: 31.12.9999
    Issue Date: 19.03.2016
  • Plants containing beneficial endophytes
    Inventor: B. Mitter, M. Naveed, T. Berninger, S. Compant, A. Sessitsch, G. von Maltzahn, R. Flavell et al.
    Submission Date: 31.12.9999
    Issue Date: 19.03.2016

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