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1-Apr-2011Solvent tolerant marine bacterium Bacillus aquimaris secreting organic solvent stable alkaline cellulaseTrivedi, N; Gupta, V; Kumar, M; Kumari, P; Reddy, CRK; Jha, B
8-Jun-2017Metabolic adaptations of Uropathogenic E. coli in the urinary tractMann, R; Mediati, DG; Duggin, IG; Harry, EJ; Bottomley, AL
1-Dec-2017Reef-building corals thrive within hot-acidified and deoxygenated watersCamp, EF; Nitschke, MR; Rodolfo-Metalpa, R; Houlbreque, F; Gardner, SG; Smith, DJ; Zampighi, M; Suggett, DJ
20-May-2010Decentralize, adapt and cooperate.Sagarin, RD; Alcorta, CS; Atran, S; Blumstein, DT; Dietl, GP; Hochberg, ME; Johnson, DDP; Levin, S; Madin, EMP; Madin, JS; Prescott, EM; Sosis, R; Taylor, T; Tooby, J; Vermeij, GJ
Jul-2004Mobile gene cassettes: a fundamental resource for bacterial evolution.Michael, CA; Gillings, MR; Holmes, AJ; Hughes, L; Andrew, NR; Holley, MP; Stokes, HW
1-Dec-2012Ecology and physics of bacterial chemotaxis in the oceanStocker, R; Seymour, JR
1-Mar-2019A phylogenomic and ecological analysis of the globally abundant Marine Group II archaea (Ca. Poseidoniales ord. nov.)Rinke, C; Rubino, F; Messer, LF; Youssef, N; Parks, DH; Chuvochina, M; Brown, M; Jeffries, T; Tyson, GW; Seymour, JR; Hugenholtz, P
21-Jul-2010Comparison of koala LPCoLN and human strains of Chlamydia pneumoniae highlights extended genetic diversity in the speciesMitchell, CM; Hovis, KM; Bavoil, PM; Myers, GSA; Carrasco, JA; Timms, P
5-Sep-2006Genome sequence of Synechococcus CC9311: Insights into adaptation to a coastal environmentPalenik, B; Ren, Q; Dupont, CL; Myers, GS; Heidelberg, JF; Badger, JH; Madupu, R; Nelson, WC; Brinkac, LM; Dodson, RJ; Durkin, AS; Daugherty, SC; Sullivan, SA; Khouri, H; Mohamoud, Y; Halpin, R; Paulsen, IT
1-Jul-2018How can “Super Corals” facilitate global coral reef survival under rapid environmental and climatic change?Camp, EF; Schoepf, V; Suggett, DJ
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