Univ.-Prof. Priv.-Doz. Dr. Martin Kainz

WasserCluster Lunz - Department for Biomedical Research

Publications (Extract Research Database)

Abonyi, A.; Rasconi, S.; Ptacnik, R.; Pilecky, M.; Kainz, M.J. (2022). Chytrids enhance Daphnia fitness by selectively retained chytrid-synthesised stearidonic acid and conversion of short- chain to long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids. Freshwater Biology, 00: 1–14

Eisendle, D.; Medgyesy, N.; Niedrist, G.; Kainz, M.; Sommaruga R. (2022). Diet composition and quality of a Salmo trutta (L.) population stocked in a high mountain lake since the Middle Ages. Science of the Total Environment: 10.1016

Fehlinger, L.; Mathieu-Resuge, M.; Pilecky, M.; Preet Parmar, T.; Twining, C.; Martin-Creuzburg, D.; Kainz, M. (2022). Export of dietary lipids via emergent insects from eutrophic fishponds. HYDROBIOLOGIA: 10.1007

Guo, F; Ebm, N.; Fry, B; Bunn, S. E.; Brett, M. T; Ouyang, X.; Hager, H.; Kainz, M. J (2022). Basal resources of river food webs largely affect the fatty acid composition of freshwater fish. Science of the Total Environment, Volume 812: doi: 10.1016

Li, P.; Wang, R.; Kainz, M.; Yin, D. (2022). Algal Density Controls the Spatial Variations in Hg Bioconcentration and Bioaccumulation at the Base of the Pelagic Food Web of Lake Taihu, China. Environmental Science & Technology: 10.1021

Mathieu, F.; Guo, F.; Kainz, M. (2022). Tracking dietary fatty acids in triacylglycerols and phospholipids of zooplankton. Freshwater Biology: 10.1111/fwb.13988

Pilecky, M.; Mathieu-Resuge, M.; Závorka, L.; Fehlinger, L.; Winter, K.; Martin-Creuzburg, D. and Kainz, M.J. (2022). Common carp (Cyprinus carpio) obtain omega-3 long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids via dietary supply and endogenous bioconversion in semi-intensive aquaculture ponds. Aquaculture, 561: 738731

Pilecky, M.; Wassenaar, L.I.; Kainz, M.J.; Anparasan, L.; Ramirez, I.; McNeil, J.N.; Hobson, K.A. (2022). Isotopic (d2H, d13C) tracing of the origin and fate of individual fatty acids fueling migrating animals: a case study of the Monarch Butterfly (Dannaus plexippus). Front Ecol Evol, 25 November 2022: https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2022.1051782

Pilecky, M.; Závorka, L.; Soto, D.X.; Guo, F.; Wassenaar, L.I. and Kainz M.J. (2022). Assessment of compound-specific fatty acid d13C and d2H values to track fish mobility in a small sub-alpine catchment. Environ Sci Technol, 56(15): 11051–11060

Preet Parmar, T.; Kindinger, A.; Mathieu - Resuge, M.; Twining, C.; Shipley, J.; Kainz, M.; Martin-Creuzburg, D. (2022). Fatty acid composition differs between emergent aquatic and terrestrial insects—A detailed single system approach. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution: 10.3389

Shipley, J. R; Twining, C.; Mathieu-Resuge, M.; Preet Parmar, T.;Kainz, M. J., Martin-Creuzburg, D.; Weber, C.; Winkler, D; W., Graham, C. H.; Matthew, B (2022). Climate change shifts the timing of nutritional flux from aquatic insects. Current Biology, Vol 32, issue 6: doi:10.1016

Vesamäki, J.S.; Nissinen, R.; Kainz, M.J.; Pilecky, M.; Tiirola, M. and Taipale, S.J. (2022). Decomposition rate and biochemical fate of carbon from natural polymers and microplastics in boreal lakes. Front Microbiol, Nov 8;13: 1041242

Vesterinen, J.; Strandberg, U.; Taipale, S.; Kainz, M.J.; Kankaala,P. (2022). Periphyton as a key diet source of essential fatty acids for macroinvertebrates across a nutrient and dissolved organic carbon gradient in boreal lakes. Limnology and Oceanography: doi: 10.1002/lno.12156

Zheng, S.; Wang, R.; Kainz, M.; Liu, Ch. Li, P.; Li, Z.; Yan, H.; Yin, D. (2022). How phytoplankton biomass controls metal(loid) bioaccumulation in size-fractionated plankton in anthropogenic-impacted subtropical lakes: A comprehensive study in the Yangtze River Delta, China. Water Research: 10.1016

Závorka, L.; Blanco, A.; Pilecky, M.; Scharnweber, K.; Twining, C.; Kainz, M.J. (2022). The role of vital dietary biomolecules in eco-evo-devo dynamics. Trends in Ecology and Evolution: 10.1016

Adámek, Z.; Bandarin, F.; Bauer, Ch.; Brandl, M.; Drdácký, M.; Habsburg-Lothringen, A.-S.; Hanus, Ch.; Hátle, M.; Hesslerová, P.; Inácio, M.; Kainz, M.; Kirchmaier, L.; Kaupa, J.; Laureano, P.; Parílková, J.; Pereira, P.; Pokorný, J.; Regenda, J.; Rohrbach, W.; Rottenbacher, Ch.; Schneider, B.; Stejskal-Ripka, M.; Strasser, P.; Štys, D.; Veselý, J. (2022). Das Erbe der Teichlandschaft - ein künftiges UNESCO-Welterbe? Edition Universität für Weiterbildung Krems, Krems

Pilecky, M.; Fink, P.; Kämmer, S. K.; Schrott, M.; Zehl, M.; Kainz, M. (2022). Mass spectrometry imaging reveals the spatial distribution of essential lipids in Daphnia magna – potential implications for trophic ecology. Inland Waters: 10.1080, Taylor & Francis

Chiapella, A.M.; Kainz, M.J.; Strecker, A.L. (2021). Fatty acid stable isotopes add clarity, but also complexity, to tracing energy pathways in aquatic food webs. Ecosphere, 12(2): e03360

Ebm, N.; Guo, F.; Brett, M.T.; Bunn, S.E.; Kainz, J.M. (2021). Polyunsaturated fatty acids in fish tissues more closely resemble algal than terrestrial diet sources. Hydrobiologia, 848: 371-383

Pilecky, M.; Kämmer, S.K.; Mathieu-Resuge, M.; Wassenaar, L.I.; Taipale, S.J.; Martin-Creuzburg, D.; Kainz, M.J. (2021). Hydrogen isotopes (d2H) of polyunsaturated fatty acids track bioconversion by zooplankton. Funct Ecol, 00: 1-12

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Lectures (Extract Research Database)

Using compound-specific stable isotope analysis of fatty acids in ecological studies for site-specificity, food-web untangling and investigation of metabolic processes

Sil-Austria Meeting, 29/09/2022

Can dietary fatty acids predict fatty acid profiles in aquatic consumers? - Scrutinizing fatty acid retention of organisms at various trophic levels.

Symposium for European Freshwater Sciences, Girona, Spain, 01/06/2011

How do young, artificial lakes affect food quality and fatty acid composition in zooplanktion?

Symposium for European Freshwater Sciences, Girona, Spain, 01/06/2011

Temperature and biodiversity effects on freshwater algae fatty acids.

Symposium for European Freshwater Sciences, Girona, Spain, 01/06/2011

How useful are biomarkers in aquatic ecotoxicology? - Recent advances, current questions.

University of Eastern Finland, Department of Biology, Joensuu (Finland), 15/01/2011

The unbearable weight of being terrestrial – current advances of aquatic food web research

Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB), Berlin (Germany), 01/10/2010

How we (think we) know what they feed on – current advances of aquatic food web research

Australian Rivers Institute, Griffith University, Nathan (Queensland, Australia, 01/08/2010

How we (think we) know what they feed on – current advances of aquatic food web research

Université Blaise Pascal - Clermont Ferrand, Laboratoire de Biologie des Protistes (France), 01/05/2010

Advantages and disadvantages of using stable isotope and fatty acid biomarker analyses to infer consumer support

ASLO Santa Fe, USA workshop “A synthesis of the importance of allochthonous and autochthonous support of consumers in aquatic ecosystems”, 01/01/2010

Fatty acids in ecotoxicology – combining diet retention and mercury bioaccumulation

Mercury workshop at Lake Erken, Sweden., 01/01/2010

Bioconversion of omega-3 and omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids in Daphnia magna

ASLO, Santa Fe, USA., 01/01/2010

The effect of temperature acclimation and norflurazon on fatty acid composition and photosynthesis of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii.

Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA, USA., 01/01/2010

The importance of allochthonous carbon and phytoplankton for zooplankton production: a fatty acid biomarker assessment

ASLO, Santa Fe, USA, 01/01/2010

Decreasing methyl mercury bioaccumulation in common carp (Cyprinus carpio) with increasing trophic position

ASLO, Santa Fe, USA., 01/01/2010

Diet source-dependent retention and bioconversion of polyunsaturated fatty acids in common carp (Cyprinus carpio).

ASLO, Santa Fe, USA., 01/01/2010

Effect of herbicides on fatty acid and pigment composition of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii : Consequences on photosynthetic efficiency.

15th International Photosynthesis Congress, Bejing, China, 01/01/2010

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