William E. Holben
William E. Holben
Professor of Microbiology, University of Montana
E-mail megerősítve itt: mso.umt.edu
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Soil biota and exotic plant invasion
RM Callaway, GC Thelen, A Rodriguez, WE Holben
Nature 427 (6976), 731-733, 2004
DNA probe method for the detection of specific microorganisms in the soil bacterial community
WE Holben, JK Jansson, BK Chelm, JM Tiedje
Applied and environmental microbiology 54 (3), 703-711, 1988
Wildfire‐produced charcoal directly influences nitrogen cycling in ponderosa pine forests
TH DeLuca, MD MacKenzie, MJ Gundale, WE Holben
Soil Science Society of America Journal 70 (2), 448-453, 2006
Characterization of glomalin as a hyphal wall component of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
JD Driver, WE Holben, MC Rillig
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 37 (1), 101-106, 2005
Phylogenetic analysis of intestinal microflora indicates a novel Mycoplasma phylotype in farmed and wild salmon
WE Holben, P Williams, M Saarinen, LK Särkilahti, JHA Apajalahti
Microbial ecology 44 (2), 175-185, 2002
Bacterial gene abundances as indicators of greenhouse gas emission in soils
SE Morales, T Cosart, WE Holben
The ISME Journal 4 (6), 799-808, 2010
Effective recovery of bacterial DNA and percent-guanine-plus-cytosine-based analysis of community structure in the gastrointestinal tract of broiler chickens
JHA Apajalahti, LK Särkilahti, BRE Mäki, JP Heikkinen, PH Nurminen, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 64 (10), 4084-4088, 1998
Genetic and phenotypic diversity of 2, 4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2, 4-D)-degrading bacteria isolated from 2, 4-D-treated field soils
JO Ka, WE Holben, JM Tiedje
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 60 (4), 1106-1115, 1994
Percent G+ C profiling accurately reveals diet-related differences in the gastrointestinal microbial community of broiler chickens
JHA Apajalahti, A Kettunen, MR Bedford, WE Holben
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 67 (12), 5656-5667, 2001
2, 4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid-degrading bacteria contain mosaics of catabolic genes
RR Fulthorpe, C McGowan, OV Maltseva, WE Holben, JM Tiedje
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 61 (9), 3274-3281, 1995
Choice of methods for soil microbial community analysis: PLFA maximizes power compared to CLPP and PCR-based approaches
PW Ramsey, MC Rillig, KP Feris, WE Holben, JE Gannon
Pedobiologia 50 (3), 275-280, 2006
Recovery of crenarchaeotal ribosomal DNA sequences from freshwater-lake sediments
C Schleper, W Holben, HP Klenk
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 63 (1), 321-323, 1997
Differences in hyporheic-zone microbial community structure along a heavy-metal contamination gradient
K Feris, P Ramsey, C Frazar, JN Moore, JE Gannon, WE Holben
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69 (9), 5563-5573, 2003
Characterization of diverse 2, 4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid-degradative plasmids isolated from soil by complementation
EM Top, WE Holben, LJ Forney
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 61 (5), 1691-1698, 1995
Neighboring plant influences on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal community composition as assessed by T-RFLP analysis
DL Mummey, MC Rillig, WE Holben
Plant and Soil 271 (1), 83-90, 2005
Spatial stratification of soil bacterial populations in aggregates of diverse soils
D Mummey, W Holben, J Six, P Stahl
Microbial Ecology 51 (3), 404-411, 2006
Culture-independent microbial community analysis reveals that inulin in the diet primarily affects previously unknown bacteria in the mouse cecum
JHA Apajalahti, H Kettunen, A Kettunen, WE Holben, PH Nurminen, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 68 (10), 4986-4995, 2002
Gene probe analysis of soil microbial populations selected by amendment with 2, 4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid
WE Holben, BM Schroeter, VG Calabrese, RH Olsen, JK Kukor, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 58 (12), 3941-3948, 1992
Linking bacterial identities and ecosystem processes: can ‘omic’analyses be more than the sum of their parts?
SE Morales, WE Holben
FEMS microbiology ecology 75 (1), 2-16, 2011
DNA‐based monitoring of total bacterial community structure in environmental samples
WE Holben, D Harris
Molecular Ecology 4 (5), 627-632, 1995
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