Molecular Ecosystem Sciences B. Sc.

Martin Ziehe

Martin Ziehe is a member of the section Forest Genetics and Forest Tree Breeding, Faculty of Forest Sciences and Forest Ecology. His main interests are in the fields of (i) population genetic of forest trees and (ii) theoretical populations genetics and demography.
Key expertise:
• Population Genetics of Forest Trees
• Theoretical Population Genetics and Demography
• Human Impact on Genetic Resources of Forest Trees

Selected publications:
Dounavi, A., Koutsias, N., Ziehe, M., Hattemer, H.-H. (2010) Spatial patterns and genetic structures within beech populations (Fagus sylvatica L.) of forked and non-forked individuals. Eur. J. Forest Res. 129:1191–1202; Doi:10.1007/s10342-010-0409-9
Müller-Starck, G., Haas, J., Ziehe M. (2010) Genetic response of juvenile plants to translocation along an altitudinal gradient: a case study with Larix europaea and Pinus mugo. Forstarchiv 81, 121-192; Doi:10.2376/0300-4112-81-142
Nascimento S., Gailing O., Finkeldey R., Ziehe M., Hattemer H.-H. (2010) Reproduction system of Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.) in pure and mixed stands with different density. Forstarchiv 81, 218-227; Doi:10.2376/0300-4112-81-218
Demetrius, L., Ziehe, M. (2007) Darwinian fitness. Theor. Pop. Biol. 72, 323-345;
doi:10.1016 /j.tpb.2007.05.004
Demetrius, L., Gundlach, V. M., Ziehe, M. (2007) Darwinian fitness and the intensity of selection: Studies in sensitivity analysis. J. Theor. Biol. 249, 641-653;

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Martin Ziehe teaches the following courses:
Ecological Genetics (together with Reiner Finkeldey)