Wenke Smets

University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
microbial ecology
"Wenke Smets"


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Noah G. Fierer grad student 2015-2015
Sarah Lebeer grad student 2013-2019
Britt Koskella post-doc 2019-2021
Steven E. Lindow post-doc 2019-2021 (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
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Wuyts K, Smets W, Lebeer S, et al. (2019) Green infrastructure and atmospheric pollution shape diversity and composition of phyllosphere bacterial communities in an urban landscape. Fems Microbiology Ecology
Moretti S, Smets W, Hofman J, et al. (2018) Human inflammatory response of endotoxin affected by particulate matter-bound transition metals. Environmental Pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987). 244: 118-126
Smets W, Leff JW, Bradford MA, et al. (2016) A method for simultaneous measurement of soil bacterial abundances and community composition via 16S rRNA gene sequencing Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 96: 145-151
Smets W, Wuyts K, Oerlemans E, et al. (2016) Impact of urban land use on the bacterial phyllosphere of ivy (Hedera sp.) Atmospheric Environment. 147: 376-383
Smets W, Moretti S, Denys S, et al. (2016) Airborne bacteria in the atmosphere: Presence, purpose, and potential Atmospheric Environment. 139: 214-221
Smets W, Moretti S, Lebeer S. (2014) Study of airborne bacteria and their relation to air pollutants Wit Transactions On Ecology and the Environment. 191: 1449-1458
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