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Nicolai M. NürkDr.

Nicolai M. Nürk

Akademischer Rat a.Z.

Telefon: +49(0)921-55 2466
Fax: +49(0)921-55 2786
Raum: NW I, 7.0 00.33
e-Mail: nicolai.nuerk(at)uni-bayreuth.de


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My research focuses on plant systematics and diversity; the multitude of forms and functions which evolved on earth. I’m particularly interested in the unevenness of species richness and the extent to which diversity varies between biomes. As such, I use comparative phylogenetics and the Hypericum genus as a model to study biodiversity hotspots and the evolutionary dynamics of species diversification in South American high Andean cloud grasslands. 

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Curriculum

2017 Postdoc, Plant Systematics, University of Bayreuth

2016 Postdoc, Systematic & Evolutionary Biology, University of Zürich (DFG NU 292/2)

2012 Postdoc, Biodiversity & Plant Systematics, University of Heidelberg (DFG NU 292/1)

2011 PhD, Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Research (IPK) Gatersleben

2007 Diploma Biology, FU Berlin                                                 

 

Projects 

  • Andean HYPEVOL | Evolution of Hypericum in South America (DFG)
  • Island & sky-island plant radiations – same same but different?
  • Ecology and distance effects on biogeographic history in Erica 
  • Phylogenomics and a clade-based classification of Hypericum
  • Hypericum online (explore)
  • see also my page at BayCEER

 

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Pleasure

Plants Are Cool, Too: Fossilized Forests!

Travels in the Great Tree of Life (Yale University)

 

Some publications

Nürk NM, Michling F & Linder P (accepted). Are the radiations of temperate lineages in tropic-alpine ecosystems pre-adapted? Glob Ecol Biogeogr

Scheriau C, Nürk NM, Sharbel TF & Koch MA (accepted). Cryptic gene pools in the Hypericum perforatum—maculatum complex: diploid persistence versus trapped polyploid melting. Ann Bot

Tocci N, Weil T, Perenzoni D, Narduzzi L, Madriñán S, Crockett S, Nürk NM, Cavalieri D & Mattivi F (2018). Phenolic profile, chemical relationship and antifungal activity of Andean Hypericum species. Ind Crops Prod 112(1): 32–37 (doi)

Grosse-Veldmann B, Nürk NM, Smissen R, Breitwieser I, Quandt D & Weigend M (2016). Pulling the sting out of nettle systematics – A comprehensive phylogeny of the genus Urtica L. (Urticaceae). Mol Phyl Evol 102(1): 9–19 (doi, pdf)

Nürk NM, Uribe-Convers S, Gehrke B, Tank DC & Blattner FR (2015). Oligocene niche shift, Miocene diversification – Cold tolerance and accelerated speciation rates in the St. John’s Worts (Hypericum, Hypericaceae). BMC Evol Biol  15:80 (doi)

Nürk NM, Madriñán S, Carine MA, Chase MW & Blattner FR (2013). Molecular phylogenetics and morphological evolution of St. John's wort (Hypericum; Hypericaceae). Mol Phyl Evol 66(1): 1–16 (doipdf)



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