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William T Sloan
William T Sloan
Professor of Environmental Engineering, RAEng Chair in Emerging Technologies, University of Glasgow
Email verificata su glasgow.ac.uk
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Estimating prokaryotic diversity and its limits
TP Curtis, WT Sloan, JW Scannell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (16), 10494-10499, 2002
15422002
Accurate determination of microbial diversity from 454 pyrosequencing data
C Quince, A Lanzn, TP Curtis, RJ Davenport, N Hall, IM Head, LF Read, ...
Nature methods 6 (9), 639-641, 2009
11812009
Quantifying the roles of immigration and chance in shaping prokaryote community structure
WT Sloan, M Lunn, S Woodcock, IM Head, S Nee, TP Curtis
Environmental microbiology 8 (4), 732-740, 2006
10862006
Insight into biases and sequencing errors for amplicon sequencing with the Illumina MiSeq platform
M Schirmer, UZ Ijaz, R D'Amore, N Hall, WT Sloan, C Quince
Nucleic acids research 43 (6), e37-e37, 2015
8312015
Challenges in microbial ecology: building predictive understanding of community function and dynamics
S Widder, RJ Allen, T Pfeiffer, TP Curtis, C Wiuf, WT Sloan, OX Cordero, ...
The ISME journal 10 (11), 2557-2568, 2016
6602016
Combined niche and neutral effects in a microbial wastewater treatment community
ID Ofiţeru, M Lunn, TP Curtis, GF Wells, CS Criddle, CA Francis, WT Sloan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (35), 15345-15350, 2010
5632010
Global diversity and biogeography of bacterial communities in wastewater treatment plants
L Wu, D Ning, B Zhang, Y Li, P Zhang, X Shan, Q Zhang, MR Brown, Z Li, ...
Nature microbiology 4 (7), 1183-1195, 2019
5352019
Microbial landscapes: new paths to biofilm research
TJ Battin, WT Sloan, S Kjelleberg, H Daims, IM Head, TP Curtis, L Eberl
Nature Reviews Microbiology 5 (1), 76-81, 2007
4012007
Sustainable wastewater treatment: how might microbial fuel cells contribute
ST Oh, JR Kim, GC Premier, TH Lee, C Kim, WT Sloan
Biotechnology advances 28 (6), 871-881, 2010
3952010
Prokaryotic diversity and its limits: microbial community structure in nature and implications for microbial ecology
TP Curtis, WT Sloan
Current opinion in microbiology 7 (3), 221-226, 2004
3862004
Exploring microbial diversity--A vast below
TP Curtis, WT Sloan
Science 309 (5739), 1331-1333, 2005
2592005
The rational exploration of microbial diversity
C Quince, TP Curtis, WT Sloan
The ISME journal 2 (10), 997-1006, 2008
2382008
Neutral assembly of bacterial communities
S Woodcock, CJ Van Der Gast, T Bell, M Lunn, TP Curtis, IM Head, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 62 (2), 171-180, 2007
2162007
Fluvial network organization imprints on microbial co-occurrence networks
S Widder, K Besemer, GA Singer, S Ceola, E Bertuzzo, C Quince, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (35), 12799-12804, 2014
1922014
Spatial-temporal survey and occupancy-abundance modeling to predict bacterial community dynamics in the drinking water microbiome
AJ Pinto, J Schroeder, M Lunn, W Sloan, L Raskin
MBio 5 (3), 10.1128/mbio. 01135-14, 2014
1902014
Headwaters are critical reservoirs of microbial diversity for fluvial networks
K Besemer, G Singer, C Quince, E Bertuzzo, W Sloan, TJ Battin
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1771), 20131760, 2013
1882013
Modeling taxa-abundance distributions in microbial communities using environmental sequence data
WT Sloan, S Woodcock, M Lunn, IM Head, TP Curtis
Microbial ecology 53, 443-455, 2007
1752007
The active microbial community more accurately reflects the anaerobic digestion process: 16S rRNA (gene) sequencing as a predictive tool
J De Vrieze, AJ Pinto, WT Sloan, UZ Ijaz
Microbiome 6, 1-13, 2018
1492018
Taxa–area relationships for microbes: the unsampled and the unseen
S Woodcock, TP Curtis, IM Head, M Lunn, WT Sloan
Ecology letters 9 (7), 805-812, 2006
1442006
What is the extent of prokaryotic diversity?
TP Curtis, IM Head, M Lunn, S Woodcock, PD Schloss, WT Sloan
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 361…, 2006
1392006
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