Ecophysiological and genomic analyses of a representative isolate of highly abundant Bacillus cereus strains in contaminated subsurface sediments


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Jennifer L. Goff, Elizabeth G. Szink, Michael P. Thorgersen, Andrew D. Putt, Yupeng Fan, Lauren M. Lui, Torben N. Nielsen, Kristopher A. Hunt, Jonathan P. Michael, Yajiao Wang, Daliang Ning, Ying Fu, Joy D. Van Nostrand, Farris L. Poole II, John-Marc Chandonia, Terry C. Hazen, David A. Stahl, Jizhong Zhou, Adam P. Arkin, Michael W. W. Adams
Environmental Microbiology, 2022


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APA
Goff, J. L., Szink, E. G., Thorgersen, M. P., Putt, A. D., Fan, Y., Lui, L. M., … Adams, M. W. W. (2022). Ecophysiological and genomic analyses of a representative isolate of highly abundant Bacillus cereus strains in contaminated subsurface sediments. Environmental Microbiology.

Chicago/Turabian
Goff, Jennifer L., Elizabeth G. Szink, Michael P. Thorgersen, Andrew D. Putt, Yupeng Fan, Lauren M. Lui, Torben N. Nielsen, et al. “Ecophysiological and Genomic Analyses of a Representative Isolate of Highly Abundant Bacillus Cereus Strains in Contaminated Subsurface Sediments.” Environmental Microbiology (2022).

MLA
Goff, Jennifer L., et al. “Ecophysiological and Genomic Analyses of a Representative Isolate of Highly Abundant Bacillus Cereus Strains in Contaminated Subsurface Sediments.” Environmental Microbiology, 2022.


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