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Conjugal Gene Transfer to Aquatic Bacteria Detected by the Generation of a New Phenotype.
Conjugation and Genetic Recombination in 'Escherichia coli' in Sterile and Nonsterile Soil (Journal Version).
Constructing Microbial Strains for Degradation of Halogenated Aromatic Hydrocarbons.
Environmental and Molecular Characterization of Systems Which Affect Genome Alteration in 'Pseudomonas aerugirosa'. Chapter 25.
Estimating the Rate of Plasmid Transfer: An End-Point Method.
Evaluation of a Method to Measure Conjugal Transfer of Recombinant DNA in Soil Slurries.
Formation of Transconjugants on Plating Media Following 'In situ' Conjugation Experiments.
Heterotrophic Bacteria of the Freshwater Neuston and Their Ability to Act as Plasmid Recipients under Nutrient Deprived Conditions.
Methods for studying bacterial gene transfer in soil by conjugation and transduction /
Microcosm for Measuring Survival and Conjugation of Genetically Engineered Bacteria in Rhizosphere Environments.
Novel Methods for Tracking 'Agrobacterium Radiobacter' k84 and Plasmid-Borne Genes in Agricultural Ecosystems.
Potential for Transfer and Establishment of Engineered Genetic Sequences (Journal Version).
Predictive Model of Conjugative Plasmid Transfer in the Rhizosphere and Phyllosphere.
Survival of, and Genetic Transfer by, Genetically Engineered Bacteria in Natural Environments.
Transconjugation between Bacteria in the Digestive Tract of the Cutworm 'Peridroma saucia'.
Transfer of Conjugative Plasmids and Mobilization of a Nonconjugative Plasmid between 'Streptomyces' Strains on Agar and in Soil.
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