William C.Ghiorse
William C.Ghiorse
Professor, Department of Microbiology, Cornell University
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Evaluation and optimization of DNA extraction and purification procedures for soil and sediment samples
DN Miller, JE Bryant, EL Madsen, WC Ghiorse
Applied and environmental microbiology 65 (11), 4715-4724, 1999
Biology of iron-and manganese-depositing bacteria
WC Ghiorse
Annual review of microbiology 38 (1), 515-550, 1984
Microbial ecology of the terrestrial subsurface
WC Ghiorse, JT Wilson
Advances in applied microbiology 33, 107-172, 1988
Quantitative cell lysis of indigenous microorganisms and rapid extraction of microbial DNA from sediment.
MI Mor, JB Herrick, MC Silva, WC Ghiorse, EL Madsen
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 60 (5), 1572-1580, 1994
Adsorption of Pb and Cd onto metal oxides and organic material in natural surface coatings as determined by selective extractions: new evidence for the importance of Mn and Fe…
D Dong, YM Nelson, LW Lion, ML Shuler, WC Ghiorse
Water Research 34 (2), 427-436, 2000
Bacterially mediated mineral formation: insights into manganese (II) oxidation from molecular genetic and biochemical studies
BM Tebo, WC Ghiorse, LG Van Waasbergen, PL Siering, R Caspi
Geomicrobiology, 225-266, 2018
Characterization of subsurface bacteria associated with two shallow aquifers in Oklahoma
DL Balkwill, WC Ghiorse
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 50 (3), 580-588, 1985
Enumeration and characterization of bacteria indigenous to a shallow water‐table aquifer
JT Wilson, JF McNabb, DL Balkwill, WC Ghiorse
Groundwater 21 (2), 134-142, 1983
Microbial diversity in hot synthetic compost as revealed by PCR-amplified rRNA sequences from cultivated isolates and extracted DNA
PM Dees, WC Ghiorse
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 35 (2), 207-216, 2001
In situ biodegradation: microbiological patterns in a contaminated aquifer
EL Madsen, JL Sinclair, WC Ghiorse
Science 252 (5007), 830-833, 1991
Enumeration and morphological characterization of bacteria indigenous to subsurface environments.
WC Ghiorse, DL Balkwill
Developments in Industrial Microbiology 24, 213-224, 1983
Distribution of aerobic bacteria, protozoa, algae, and fungi in deep subsurface sediments
JL Sinclair, WC Ghiorse
Geomicrobiology Journal 7 (1-2), 15-31, 1989
Production of biogenic Mn oxides by Leptothrix discophora SS-1 in a chemically defined growth medium and evaluation of their Pb adsorption characteristics
YM Nelson, LW Lion, WC Ghiorse, ML Shuler
Applied and environmental microbiology 65 (1), 175-180, 1999
Characterization of extracellular Mn2+-oxidizing activity and isolation of an Mn2+-oxidizing protein from Leptothrix discophora SS-1.
LF Adams, WC Ghiorse
Journal of Bacteriology 169 (3), 1279-1285, 1987
Assessment of a dye permeability assay for determination of inactivation rates of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts.
MB Jenkins, LJ Anguish, DD Bowman, MJ Walker, WC Ghiorse
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 63 (10), 3844-3850, 1997
Polymerase chain reaction amplification of naphthalene-catabolic and 16S rRNA gene sequences from indigenous sediment bacteria.
JB Herrick, EL Madsen, CA Batt, WC Ghiorse
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 59 (3), 687-694, 1993
Natural horizontal transfer of a naphthalene dioxygenase gene between bacteria native to a coal tar-contaminated field site.
JB Herrick, KG Stuart-Keil, WC Ghiorse, EL Madsen
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 63 (6), 2330-2337, 1997
Microbial biomineralization of iron and manganese.
WC Ghiorse, HL Ehrlich
Catena, supplement, 75-99, 1992
An ultrastructural study of iron and manganese deposition associated with extracellular polymers of Pedomicrobium-like budding bacteria
WC Ghiorse, P Hirsch
Archives of Microbiology 123 (3), 213-226, 1979
Polaromonas naphthalenivorans sp. nov., a naphthalene-degrading bacterium from naphthalene-contaminated sediment
CO Jeon, W Park, WC Ghiorse, EL Madsen
International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology 54 (1), 93-97, 2004
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