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  • Crump, Byron C.; Hopkinson, Charles S.; Sogin, Mitchell L.; Hobbie, John E. (American Society for Microbiology, 2004-03)
    Shifts in bacterioplankton community composition along the salinity gradient of the Parker River estuary and Plum Island Sound, in northeastern Massachusetts, were related to residence time and bacterial community doubling ...
  • Bowen, Jennifer L.; Ward, Bess B.; Morrison, Hilary G.; Hobbie, John E.; Valiela, Ivan; Deegan, Linda A.; Sogin, Mitchell L. (2010-11)
    Functional redundancy in bacterial communities is expected to allow microbial assemblages to survive perturbation by allowing continuity in function despite compositional changes in communities. Recent evidence suggests, ...
  • Smith, Katherine F.; Schmidt, Victor T.; Rosen, Gail E.; Amaral-Zettler, Linda A. (Public Library of Science, 2012-09-06)
    Ornamental fishes are among the most popular and fastest growing categories of pets in the United States (U.S.). The global scope and scale of the ornamental fish trade and growing popularity of pet fish in the U.S. are ...
  • Teske, Andreas; Hinrichs, Kai-Uwe; Edgcomb, Virginia P.; de Vera Gomez, Alvin; Kysela, David; Sylva, Sean P.; Sogin, Mitchell L.; Jannasch, Holger W. (American Society for Microbiology, 2002-04)
    Microbial communities in hydrothermally active sediments of the Guaymas Basin (Gulf of California, Mexico) were studied by using 16S rRNA sequencing and carbon isotopic analysis of archaeal and bacterial lipids. The Guaymas ...
  • Atamna-Ismaeel, Nof; Finkel, Omri M.; Glaser, Fabian; Sharon, Itai; Schneider, Ron; Post, Anton F.; Spudich, John L.; von Mering, Christian; Vorholt, Julia A.; Iluz, David; Beja, Oded; Belkin, Shimshon (2011-06-14)
    The above-ground surfaces of terrestrial plants, the phyllosphere, comprise the main interface between the terrestrial biosphere and solar radiation. It is estimated to host up to 1026 microbial cells that may intercept ...
  • Ducklow, Hugh W. (Inter-Research, 2008-09-18)
    Bacteria, archaea and other microbes have dominated most biogeochemical processes on Earth for >99% of the history of life, but within the past few decades anthropogenic activity has usurped their dominance. Human activity ...
  • Meyer, Julie L.; Akerman, Nancy H.; Proskurowski, Giora; Huber, Julie A. (Frontiers Media, 2013-06-17)
    Microbial processes within the subseafloor can be examined during the ephemeral and uncommonly observed phenomena known as snowblower venting. Snowblowers are characterized by the large quantity of white floc that is ...
  • Miserez, Ali; Weaver, James C.; Pedersen, Peter B.; Schneeberk, Todd; Hanlon, Roger T.; Kisailus, David; Birkedal, Henrik (2008-11-24)
    Recent interest in the development of environmentally benign routes to the synthesis of novel multifunctional materials has resulted in numerous investigations into structure-function relationships of a wide range of ...
  • Conti, Luca; Limon, Agenor; Palma, Eleonora; Miledi, Ricardo (Marine Biological Laboratory, 2013-02-01)
    The squid has been the most studied cephalopod, and it has served as a very useful model for investigating the events associated with nerve impulse generation and synaptic transmission. While the physiology of squid giant ...
  • Inoue, Shinya (2008-04-11)
    This Perspective is an account of my early experience while I studied the dynamic organization and behavior of the mitotic spindle and its submicroscopic filaments using polarized light microscopy. The birefringence of ...
  • Tirnauer, Jennifer S.; Salmon, Edward D.; Mitchison, Timothy J. (American Society for Cell Biology, 2004-02-06)
    Microtubule dynamics underlie spindle assembly, yet we do not know how the spindle environment affects these dynamics. We developed methods for measuring two key parameters of microtubule plus-end dynamic instability in ...
  • Brito, Daniela A.; Yang, Zhenye; Rieder, Conly L. (Rockefeller University Press, 2008-08-18)
    When the spindle assembly checkpoint (SAC) cannot be satisfied, cells exit mitosis via mitotic slippage. In microtubule (MT) poisons, slippage requires cyclin B proteolysis, and it appears to be accelerated in drug ...
  • Schober, Joseph M.; Cain, Jeanine M.; Komarova, Yulia A.; Borisy, Gary G. (2009-04)
    Remodeling of actin and microtubule cytoskeletons is thought to be coupled; however, the interplay between these two systems is not fully understood. We show a microtubule end-binding protein, EB1, is required for formation ...
  • Hanlon, Roger T.; Watson, Anya C.; Barbosa, Alexandra (Marine Biological Laboratory, 2010-02)
    The sand-dwelling octopus Macrotritopus defilippi was filmed or photographed in five Caribbean locations mimicking the swimming behavior (posture, style, speed, duration) and coloration of the common, sand-dwelling flounder ...
  • Yilmaz, Pelin; Kottmann, Renzo; Field, Dawn; Knight, Rob; Cole, James R.; Amaral-Zettler, Linda A.; Gilbert, Jack A.; Karsch-Mizrachi, Ilene; Johnston, Anjanette; Cochrane, Guy R.; Vaughan, Robert; Hunter, Christopher; Park, Joonhong; Morrison, Norman; Rocca-Serra, Philippe; Sterk, Peter; Arumugam, Manimozhiyan; Bailey, Mark; Baumgartner, Laura; Birren, Bruce W.; Blaser, Martin J.; Bonazzi, Vivien; Booth, Tim; Bork, Peer; Bushman, Frederic D.; Buttigieg, Pier Luigi; Chain, Patrick S. G.; Charlson, Emily; Costello, Elizabeth K.; Huot-Creasy, Heather; Dawyndt, Peter; DeSantis, Todd; Fierer, Noah; Fuhrman, Jed A.; Gallery, Rachel E.; Gevers, Dirk; Gibbs, Richard A.; San Gil, Inigo; Gonzalez, Antonio; Gordon, Jeffrey I.; Guralnick, Robert P.; Hankeln, Wolfgang; Highlander, Sarah; Hugenholtz, Philip; Jansson, Janet; Kau, Andrew L.; Kelley, Scott T.; Kennedy, Jerry; Knights, Dan; Koren, Omry; Kuczynski, Justin; Kyrpides, Nikos C.; Larsen, Robert; Lauber, Christian L.; Legg, Teresa; Ley, Ruth E.; Lozupone, Catherine A.; Ludwig, Wolfgang; Lyons, Donna; Maguire, Eamonn; Methe, Barbara A.; Meyer, Folker; Muegge, Brian; Nakielny, Sara; Nelson, Karen E.; Nemergut, Diana; Neufeld, Josh D.; Newbold, Lindsay K.; Oliver, Anna E.; Pace, Norman R.; Palanisamy, Giriprakash; Peplies, Jorg; Petrosino, Joseph; Proctor, Lita; Pruesse, Elmar; Quast, Christian; Raes, Jeroen; Ratnasingham, Sujeevan; Ravel, Jacques; Relman, David A.; Assunta-Sansone, Susanna; Schloss, Patrick D.; Schriml, Lynn M.; Sinha, Rohini; Smith, Michelle I.; Sodergren, Erica; Spor, Ayme; Stombaugh, Jesse; Tiedje, James M.; Ward, Doyle V.; Weinstock, George M.; Wendel, Doug; White, Owen; Whiteley, Andrew; Wilke, Andreas; Wortman, Jennifer R.; Yatsunenko, Tanya; Glockner, Frank Oliver (2011-01-04)
    Here we present a standard developed by the Genomic Standards Consortium (GSC) to describe marker gene sequences—the minimum information about a marker gene sequence (MIMARKS). We also introduce a system for describing the ...
  • Tong, James Jiayuan (Marine Biological Laboratory, 2007-04)
    Mitochondria, as portable generators that power synaptic function, regulate the ATP supply and calcium homeostasis in the neuron. As molecular interactions within the synapses before and after the potentiation are beginning ...
  • Dumollard, Remi; Hammar, Katherine; Porterfield, D. Marshall; Smith, Peter J. S.; Cibert, Christian; Rouviere, Christian; Sardet, Christian (Company of Biologists Limited, 2003)
    Fertilization increases both cytosolic Ca2+ concentration and oxygen consumption in the egg but the relationship between these two phenomena remains largely obscure. We have measured mitochondrial oxygen consumption and ...
  • Yamashita, Grant; Miller, Holly; Goddard, Anthony; Norton, Cathy N. (2010-08-04)
    Many areas of science such as biology, medicine, and oceanography are becoming increasingly data-rich and most programs that train scientists do not address informatics techniques or technologies that are necessary for ...
  • Rastetter, Edward B. (Ecological Society of America, 2011-02)
    Organisms require about 30 essential elements to sustain life. The cycles of these elements are coupled to one another through the specific physiological requirements of the organisms. Here, I contrast several approaches ...
  • Fennel, Katja; Brady, Damian; DiToro, Dominic; Fulweiler, Robinson W.; Gardner, Wayne S.; Giblin, Anne E.; McCarthy, Mark J.; Rao, Alexandra; Seitzinger, Sybil P.; Thouvenot-Korppoo, Marie; Tobias, Craig R. (2008-10-10)
    Sediment denitrification is a major pathway of fixed nitrogen loss from aquatic systems. Due to technical difficulties in measuring this process and its spatial and temporal variability, estimates of local, regional and ...

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