Annika Lingner

Annika Lingner successfully carried out her PhD research project at IAPN between September 2014 and July 2018. Afterwards she continued her research work at IAPN until April 30th 2019. During this time, she also worked in teaching within the context of Bachelor modules at the Department of Crop Sciences at the University of Göttingen.

 

The topic of Annika Lingner’s dissertation is „Water use efficiency of arable and grassland crops in legume-based intercropping systems“. Her PhD project as well as her postdoc work at IAPN were part of the collaborative research project IMPAC3 – “Novel genotypes for mixed cropping allow for IMProved sustainable land use ACross arable land, grassland and woodland”. In particular, Annika Lingner investigated effects of mono and mixed cropping in field experiments with winter faba bean and winter wheat as well as white clover, perennial ryegrass and chicory in the context of water and nutrient use. To evaluate CO2 assimilation and evapotranspiration Annika Lingner performed gas exchange measurements. Furthermore, she used remote sensing via field drone, comprising thermal and NDVI-imaging to acquire information on vitality and productivity of the crop stands. Also, more detailed methods to measure physiological reactions to water shortage under greenhouse conditions were employed, with the focus on the question of the need for specific intercropping-targeted breeding.

Annika Lingner did her Bachelor degree in agricultural biology at the University of Hohenheim in 2011 and she successfully completed her Master’s studies in agriculture 2013 at the University of Göttingen. Afterwards she worked several months in a research project on the model legume Medicago truncatula in the Division of Plant Nutrition at the Faculty of Agriculture in Göttingen.

 

Publications

Publications in refereed journals and refereed conference proceedings.

Avenhaus, U.; Cabeza, R.A.; Liese, R.; Sulieman, S.; Lingner, A.; Dittert, K.; Salinas-Riester, G.; Pommerenke, C. & Schulze, J. (2016) Short-term molecular acclimation processes of legume nodules to increased external oxygen concentration. Frontiers in Plant Science 6, 1133.

Senbayram, M.; Wenthe, C.; Lingner, A.; Isselstein, J.; Steinmann, H.; Kaya, C. & Köbke, S. (2016): Legume-based mixed intercropping systems may lower agricultural born N2O emissions. Energy Sustain. Soc. 6. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13705-015-0067-3.

Cabeza, R.A.; Liese, R.; Fischinger, S.A.; Sulieman, S.; Avenhaus, U.; Lingner, A.; Hein, H.; Koester, B.; Baumgarten, V.; Dittert, K. & Schulze, J. (2015) Long-term non-invasive and continuous measurements of legume nodule activity. Plant Journal 81, 637-648.

Cabeza, R.; Koester, B.; Liese, R.; Lingner, A.; Baumgarten, V.; Dirks, J.; Salinas-Riester, G.; Pommerenke, C.; Dittert, K. & Schulze, J. (2014) A RNA sequencing transcriptome analysis reveals novel insights into molecular aspects of the nitrate impact on the nodule activity of Medicago truncatula. Plant Physiol., 164, 400-411.

Cabeza, R.A.; Liese, R.; Lingner, A.; von Stieglitz, I.; Neumann, J.; Salinas-Riester, G.; Pommerenke, C.; Dittert, K. & Schulze, J. (2014) RNA-seq transcriptome profiling reveals that Medicago truncatula nodules acclimate N2 fixation before emerging P deficiency reaches the nodules 3. J. Exp. Bot. 65, 6035-6048.

Cabeza, R.A.; Lingner, A.; Liese, R.; Sulieman, S.; Senbayram, M.; Tränkner, M.; Dittert, K. & Schulze, J. (2014) The activity of nodules of the supernodulating mutant Mt(sunn) is not limited by photosynthesis under optimal growth conditions, 5. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 15, 6031-6045.

Lingner, A.; Dittert, K. & Pfeiffer, B. (2018): The cropping system matters – Contrasting responses of winter faba bean genotypes to drought stress. EUCARPIA Symposium on Breeding for Diversification, February 19th - 21st, Witzenhausen, Germany.

Lingner, A. & Dittert, K. (2017): Remote sensing of productivity and water use in legume-based mixed cropping systems. 60. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Pflanzenbauwissenschaften e.V. (GPW), September 26th - 28th, Witzenhausen, Germany.

Lingner, A.; Dittert, K. & Senbayram, M. (2016): Water use efficiency and drone-based spectral screening of productivity in mixed cropping systems. Second International Legume Society Conference (ILS), October 11th - 14th, Tróia, Portugal.

Lingner, A.; Dittert, K. & Pfeiffer, B. (2018): The cropping system matters – Contrasting responses of winter faba bean genotypes to drought stress. PLANT 2030 Status Seminar, February 05th - 07th, Potsdam, Germany.

Lingner, A.; Pfeiffer, B. & Dittert, K. (2017): Performance and drought stress response of winter faba bean genotypes in mixed cropping with winter wheat. XVIII. International Plant Nutrition Colloquium (IPNC), August 21st - 24th, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Lingner, A.; Pfeiffer, B. & Dittert, K. (2017): Winter faba bean growth in pure and mixed stands under water deficit conditions in the greenhouse. PLANT 2030 Status Seminar, February 20th - 22nd, Potsdam, Germany.

Jákli, B., Senbayram, M.; Meyer zur Müdehorst, J.; Fuchs, M.; Böttcher, F.; Hertwig, F.; Lingner, A. & Dittert, K. (2016) Drone-based remote screening of water-use efficiency. 75th Congress of the International Institute for Beet Research (IIRB), February 16th – 17th, Brussels, Belgium.

Lingner, A. & Dittert, K. (2016): Spectral screening of legume-based mixed cropping systems using NDVI imaging. Internationale Pflanzenbautagung, November 17th -18th, Bernburg, Germany.

Lingner, A.; Dittert, K. & Senbayram, M. (2016): Traits for water use in mixed cropping systems. PLANT 2030 Status Seminar, March 14th - 16th, Potsdam, Germany.

Lingner, A.; Siebrecht, D.; Senbayram, M.; Link, W. & Dittert, K. (2016): Productivity of legume-based mixed cropping systems as estimated by NDVI imaging. International Conference of the German Society of Plant Nutrition (DGP), September 28th - 30th, Hohenheim, Germany.

Lingner, A.; Dittert, K.; Steinmann, H.; Isselstein, J.; Link, W. & Senbayram, M. (2015): Traits for water and nutrient use in mixed cropping systems. International Conference of the German Society of Plant Nutrition (DGP), September 17th - 18th, Göttingen, Germany.

 

 

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