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Interactive Roles of Microbial and Spartina Populations in Mercury Methylation Processes in Bioremediation of Contaminated Sediments in Salt-Marsh Systems
Grant Number R825513C025
RFA: Hazardous Substance Research Centers - HSRC (1989)
Journal Article (2)
Presentation (2)
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Journal Article Frischer ME, Danforth JM, Healy MAN, Saunders FM. Whole-cell versus total RNA extraction for analysis of microbial community structure with 16S rRNA-targeted oligonucleotide probes in salt marsh sediments. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 2000;66(7):3037-3043 R825513C025 (Final)
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Journal Article King JK, Kostka JE, Frischer ME, Saunders FM. Sulfate-reducing bacteria methylate mercury at variable rates in pure culture and in marine sediments. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 2000;66(6):2430-2437. R825513C025 (Final)
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Presentation King, J., Saunders, F.M., Frischer, M., Kostka, J., "Identification of Sulfate-reducing Phylogenetic groups most capable of methylating mercury in pure culture and organic-acid preconditioned sediment slurries." American Society of Microbiology, poster presentation, July 1999. R825513C025 (Final)
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Presentation Sauer, B., Kostka, J., Gentzler, S., Cowden, L., Frischer, M., Saunders, F. M., "Constructed saltmarsh mesocosms in determining fate of methyl mercury in contaminated estuaries." poster presentation at SETAC Conference, Boston, Feb. 2000. R825513C025 (Final)
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