Grup de Recerca d'Ecologia Microbiana Molecular

gEMM

Contacte

Per a qualsevol informació sobre la nostra recerca contacteu amb:

Lluís Bañeras

lluis.banyeras@udg.edu

Edifici LEAR/Aulari Comú

C/Ma Aurèlia Capmany

17003 Girona

Girona

TEL: +34 972 418 177

PRESENTACIÓ

The Group of Molecular Microbial Ecology (gEMM) is one of the research groups at the Institute of Aquatic Ecology (IEA).

gEMM focuses on the study of the ecology and physiology of microorganisms. Main research interests of the group members include:

  1. the study of microbe-microbe and microbe-environment interactions of continental aquatic ecosystems
  2. the analysis of how distinct microbial groups impact on the biogeochemical cycles of carbon, nitrogen and sulfur
  3. the isolation and characterization of organisms with potential for biotechnological applications, specially in electrochemistry and bioremediation
  4. the characterization of Antibiotic Resistance Genes (ARG) in human impacted environments

 

 

Novetats

Logo del projecte
Som notícia: "Un tros de plàstic pot alterar l'ecosistema d'un riu del Pirineu?"
El Diari de Girona d'avui 29 d'abril, recull una entrada sobre el nostre projecte europeu en marxa anomenat "Plastic0Pyr".
29/04/2021
Pàgina web
Aparece el documento "Bibliografía sobre gestión y ecología de especies invasoras en España"
Desde la Red Temática sobre Invasiones Biológicas (InvaNET) hemos elaborado una bibliografía de casi 400 entradas sobre gestión y ecología de especies invasoras en España.
16/03/2021
Graphical Abstract
Effects of reservoir cascades on diversity, distribution, and abundance of fish assemblages in three Neotropical basins
River systems are characterized by the existence of longitudinal processes structuring fish assemblages.
16/03/2021
Cladocerans - Font: Wikipedia
Diel changes in vertical and horizontal distribution of cladocerans in two deep lakes during early and late summer
Temporal and spatial heterogeneity in the distribution of cladocerans in lakes could be caused by abiotic (wind, water currents) and biotic factors (reproduction, food resources, predation).
09/03/2021
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Editaton: Let's celebrate together the International Women's Day!
The Editaton is a collective effort from four Catalan Research Institutions: CEAB-CSIC, ICM-CSIC, ICRA and IEA-UdG.
03/03/2021
Captura del primer butlletí electrònic.
Publiquen el primer butlletí del projecte "Girona, Regió Sensible a l'Aigua"
El projecte PECT “Girona, regió sensible a l’aigua” s’erigeix per fer front al risc quantitatiu i qualitatiu de les aigües del Baix Ter.
18/02/2021
Dra. Maria Antón-Pardo (EcoAqua)
Dones d'EcoAqua participen a la campanya #ExpertaUdG
Ens complau comunicar que diverses dones del grup EcoAqua han decidit sumar-se a la campanya #ExpertaUdG organitzada per la Universitat de Girona amb motiu del Dia Internacional de la Dona i la Nena en la Ciència.
11/02/2021
Projecte Llavor - Producte (FEDER)
Kicking-off the "Viable Bacteria Quantification Kit" Cost Action project
In the food industry, the presence of bacteria is a major safety concern because they can affect the product quality or even lead to health risks. It is known that an increased denstiy of living cells singificanlty increases the risk of biofilm formation and at the same tame viable cell density may indicate the release of living cells from biofilms attached in the closed circuit pipes.
28/10/2020
Enllaç al article
Ingesta de microplásticos por el pez exótico Gambusia holbrooki en dos lagunas costeras mediterránea
Gambusia holbrooki es un pequeño pez Poecílido, de origen norteamericano que fue introducido a principios del siglo XX en humedales de la Península Ibérica para el control biológico de los mosquitos.
Actualmente presenta poblaciones en muchos humedales y está considerada como una de las principales especies invasoras en la península.
08/01/2021
Graphical Abstract
Electro-bioremediation of nitrate and arsenite polluted groundwater
The coexistence of different pollutants in groundwater is a common threat. Sustainable and resilient technologies are required for their treatment.
21/12/2020