Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Indiana Conv. Center, Exhibit Hall ABC, First Floor
186: Composition, Function and Activity of Soil Microbial Communities
Sponsor:S03 Soil Biology & Biochemistry
Electron Donor Effects on Bioreduction Rates of Uranium and Microbial Community under Varying Bicarbonate and Sulfate Conditions.
Wensui Luo, Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, Jizhong Zhou, University of Oklahoma, Weimin Wu, Stanford University, Tingfen Yan, Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, Craig Criddle, Stanford University, Baohua Gu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Bacterial Composition in Urban Watershed Creeks Impacted by Contaminants from different Sources.
Variations in bacterial community composition and activity by depth and season in a California grassland soil profile.*
ShuRong Xiang, Institute for Computational Earth System Science, Patricia Holden, University of California-Santa Barbara, Joshua Schimel, Ecology, Evolutionary and Marine Biology
Dynamics of carbon flow from 13C-labeled clover and ryegrass residues into a residue-associated microbial community under field conditions.
Mark Williams, Mississippi State University, David D. Myrold, Dept. of Crop & Soil Science, Peter Bottomley, Oregon State University
Land Use Impacts on Soil Microbial Community Dynamics.
Heidi R. Kelly, Northern Illinois University, Michael E. Konen, Northern Illinois University, Melissa Lenczewski, Northern Illinois University, Lesley S. Rigg, Northern Illinois University
Assessment of Soil Microbial Communities Using a Combined Quantitative PCR and Length Heterogeneity Analysis Approach.
Daniel Manter, USDA-ARS-NPA, Amanda K. Broz, Colorado State University, Jorge Delgado, USDA-ARS-Soil Plant Nutrient Res., Jorge M. Vivanco, Colorado State University
Belowground Changes in Soil Biology Across Agricultural and Prairie Ecosystems.
Paul White, KSU Dept of Agronomy, Charles Rice, "Dept. of Agronomy, KSU", Tim C. Todd, Kansas State Univ, Gail Wilson, Kansas State Univ
Microbial communities colonizing residues do not differ between Cry3Bb Bt and Non-Bt corn Hybrid in the field.*
Kai Xue, Dept. Of Crop & Soil Science,Cornell University, Raquel Serohijos, Maple Hill Apt. A3, Medha Devare, Cornell University, Janice Thies, "719 Bradfield Hall, Cornell Univ."
Basidiomycetes Fungi Unable to Metabolize Fullerenes (C60).
Scott Shepherd, Purdue University, Timothy Filley, Purdue University, Robert A. Blanchette, University of Minnesota
Assessment of Soil Microbial Communities in Surface Applied Mixtures of Illinois River Sediments and Biosolids.
John Kelly, "Loyola University Chicago, Biology", Emmanuel Favila, "Loyola University Chicago, Biology"
Characterization of soil bacterial communities grown on culture plates using denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) of the 16S rRNA gene.
Sherie L. Edenborn, Plant & Soil Sciences, Alan J. Sexstone, Plant & Soil Sciences
Microbial community composition as a consequence of contrasting N fertilization: profiles of phospholipid fatty acids and community-level physiology.
Kannan Iyyemperumal, "Department of Soil Science, NCSU", Wei Shi, North Carolina State University
Modification of bacterial communities in a pasture soil by the feeding activity of earthworms.
Josh A. Chapman, Plant & Soil Sciences, Sherie L. Edenborn, Plant & Soil Sciences, Alan J. Sexstone, Plant & Soil Sciences
Soil microbial response to application of fullerenes to soils at different moisture potentials.
Marianne Bischoff, Purdue University, Ronald Turco, Purdue Univ.-Agronomy Dept.
Soil Diversity Along a Forest Profile Using PCRDGGE.*
Meiko Thompson, Alabama A&M University, Elica Moss, Alabama A&M University, Abasiofiok Ibekwe, USDA-ARS, US Salinity Lab, Zachary Senwo, Alabama A&M University, Robert Taylor, Alabama A&M University

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