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Department of Microbiology

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Department of Microbiology

Recent Submissions

  • Foott, J. S.; Stone, R.; Fogerty, R.; True, K.; Bolick, A.; Bartholomew, J. L.; Hallett, S. L.; Buckles, G. R.; Alexander, J. D. (2016)
    Severe infection by the endemic myxozoan parasite, Ceratonova (synonym, Ceratomyxa) shasta, has been associated with declines in and impaired recovery efforts of populations of fall-run Chinook Salmon Oncorhynchus tshawy ...
  • Brown, Nathan M.; Mueller, Ryan S.; Shepardson, Jonathan W.; Landry, Zachary C.; Morré, Jeffrey T.; Maier, Claudia S.; Hardy, F. Joan; Dreher, Theo W. (BioMed Central, 2016-06-13)
    Background: Very few closed genomes of the cyanobacteria that commonly produce toxic blooms in lakes and reservoirs are available, limiting our understanding of the properties of these organisms. A new anatoxin-a-produc ...
  • Giguere, Andrew T.; Taylor, Anne E.; Myrold, David D.; Bottomley, Peter J. (Soil Science Society of America, 2015-10-02)
    Although ammonia-oxidizing archaea (AOA) and bacteria (AOB) coexist in most non-acidic agricultural soils, the factors that influence their relative contributions to soil nitrification activity remain unclear. A 2- to 4- ...
  • Clemens, Benjamin J.; Spangler, John J.; Robertson, Paul L.; Galovich, Gary M.; Banner, Craig R.; Gunckel, Stephanie L.; Ketchum, Lindsay L.; Bowden, R. Kanani; Spagnoli, Sean T.; Kent, Michael L.; Kirk, James P. (U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, 2016-06)
    Grass carp Ctenopharyngodon idella are sometimes used as a biological tool for managing aquatic vegetation in reservoirs. Sterile, triploid fish were stocked in Devils Lake, Oregon, during 1986, 1987, and 1993 to control ...
  • Zaneveld, Jesse R.; Burkepile, Deron E.; Shantz, Andrew A.; Pritchard, Catharine E.; McMinds, Ryan; Payet, Jérôme P.; Welsh, Rory; Correa, Adrienne M. S.; Lemoine, Nathan P.; Rosales, Stephanie; Fuchs, Corinne; Maynard, Jeffrey A.; Thurber, Rebecca Vega (Nature Publishing Group, 2016-06)
    Losses of corals worldwide emphasize the need to understand what drives reef decline. Stressors such as overfishing and nutrient pollution may reduce resilience of coral reefs by increasing coral–algal competition and re ...