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To study the mechanisms, pathways, and rates of transformation of carbon and nitrogen compounds (natural and contaminant) mediated by microorganisms in aquatic habitats and identify factors controlling these transformations and to examine the effect that these transformations have upon other biogeochemical processes.
Assessing potential health risks from viruses and parasites in reclaimed water in Arizona and Florida, USA
Production of reovirus type-1 and type-3 from vero cells grown on solid and macroporous microcarriers
beta -Cyanoalanine production by marine bacteria on cyanide-free medium and its specific inhibitory activity toward cyanobacteria
Bioremediation on the Shore After an Oil Spill from the Nakhodka in the Sea of Japan. I. Chemistry and Characteristics of Heavy Oil Loaded on the Nakhodka and Biodegradation Tests by a Bioremediation Agent with Microbiological Cultures in the Laboratory
Geochemical and Microbiological Methods for Evaluating Anaerobic Processes in an Aquifer Contaminated by Landfill Leachate
Seasonal microbial community dynamics in a flowerpot-using personal composting system for disposal of household biowaste
Relationships among Bacterial Cell Size, Productivity, and Genetic Diversity in Aquatic Environments using Cell Sorting and Flow Cytometry
Avian botulism toxicity is a common cause of death to water and shore birds that live near or migrate through Lake Michigan. The botulism neuro-toxin type E (bontE) gene is responsible for the production of botulinum neurotoxin type E. Quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction (qPCR) was performed using a Step One Plus Thermocycler (Applied Biosystems) and protocol described in Getchell and others, 2011, Journal of Aquatic Animal Health. The assay was used to assess microbial community DNA obtained from environmental samples that were collected by Great Lakes Science Center and by National Park Service from 2011 to 2014 for the bontE gene. Samples were obtained by ponar grab or by divers and matrices collected...