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Dunja Lukić



Present position:

Post Doc

Research area:

Plankton Ecology

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+43 512 507-50252
+43 512 507-50299
dunja.lukic@uibk.ac.at

Academic History ·  Research interests · Projects · Publications

 

Academic History

Since June 2020: PostDoc at Research Department for Limnology, Mondsee, University of Innsbruck

2015 - Jan 2020: PhD, WasserCluster Lunz and Department of Limnology and Bio-Oceanography, University of Vienna, Austria, supervised by Dr. Zsófia Horváth and Dr. Robert Ptacnik, “Trophic ecology and phylogeography of fairy shrimps (Anostraca), key species of temporary waters” (DOC grant, Interreg project “Vogelwarte Madárvárta 2”)

2016 & 2018: KU Leuven, Belgium, Brendonck Lab, visiting student, supervised by Dr. Tom Pinceel (Erasmus+ grant, KWA grant, ÖFG International Communication)

2015 - 2016: WasserCluster Lunz, Austria, Research Associate, “CHRYSOWEB – The effect of mixotrophic chrysophytes on secondary productivity in pelagic food webs” (MSCA-IF awarded to Dr. Csaba Vad)

2013 - 2014: MTech, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy (studied Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology), University of Belgrade, Serbia

2010 - 2012: MSc, Faculty of Biology (studied Ecology), University of Belgrade, Serbia

2007 - 2010: BSc, Faculty of Biology, University of Belgrade, Serbia

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Research interests

I have studied biogeography of fairy shrimps, food webs and plankton communities of temporary ponds. At the moment I focus on the role of ciliates in plankton communities and food webs, together with the effect of temperature on lake ciliate communities. I combine data analysis with lab experiments, field studies and molecular methods to disentangle the relationships in aquatic communities and effect of climate change.

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Projects

Post Doc position within the project Functional Diversity of Planktonic Ciliates, funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF P 32714; PI T. Weisse), Oct 2019 – Sept 2022

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Publications

  • Vad CsF, C Schneider, D Lukić, Zs Horváth, MJ Kainz, H Stibor, R Ptacnik (in press). Grazing resistance and low food quality of the widespread mixotrophic chrysophyte (Dinobryon divergens) impairs zooplankton secondary production. Oecologia, doi.org/10.1007/s00442-020-04677-x.

  • Lukić D, R Ptacnik, CsF Vad, Cs Póda, Zs Horváth (2020). Environmental constraint of intraguild predation: inorganic turbidity modulates omnivory in fairy shrimps. Freshwater Biology, 65: 226-239.

  • Lukić D, A Waterkeyn, N Rabet, M Mioduchowska, B Geudens, B Vanschoenwinkel, L Brendonck, T Pinceel (2019). High genetic variation and phylogeographic relations among Palearctic fairy shrimp populations reflect persistence in multiple Southern refugia during Pleistocene ice ages and postglacial colonization. Freshwater Biology, 64: 1896-1907.

  • Lukić D, Zs Horváth, CsF Vad, R Ptacnik (2018). Food spectrum of Branchinecta orientalis - are anostracans omnivorous top consumers of plankton in temporary waters? Journal of Plankton Research 40: 436-445.

  • Lukić D, CsF Vad, Zs Horváth (2016). Isolation by sugar flotation has no direct effect on the hatching success of zooplankton resting eggs. Journal of Limnology 75: 415-421.

  • Šćiban M, A Marković, D Lukić, D Miličić (2014). Autumn populations of Branchinecta orientalis O. Sars, 1903 and Chirocephalus diaphanus Prévost, 1803 (Crustacea, Branchiopoda) in Central European Lowlands (Pannonian Plain, Serbia). North-Western Journal of Zoology 10: 435-437.

  • Lukić D, A Nahirnić, A Marković, TK Žnidaršič, M Šćiban, D Miličić (2012). An updating of large branchiopods (Crustacea, Branchiopoda) distribution in Serbia. Acta Zoologica Bularica. 2012:21-25.

 

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