Sharmishtha Dattagupta, Ph.D.

Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
Autotrophic symbioses, Hydrothermal Vents, Methane Seeps
"Sharmishtha Dattagupta"


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Charles R. Fisher grad student 2006 Penn State
 (Physiological ecology of hydrocarbon seep tubeworms from the Gulf of Mexico.)
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Dattagupta S, Redding M, Luley K, et al. (2009) Comparison of proton-specific ATPase activities in plume and root tissues of two co-occurring hydrocarbon seep tubeworm species Lamellibrachia luymesi and Seepiophila jonesi. Marine Biology. 156: 779-786
Dattagupta S, Schaperdoth I, Montanari A, et al. (2009) A novel symbiosis between chemoautotrophic bacteria and a freshwater cave amphipod. The Isme Journal. 3: 935-43
Macalady JL, Dattagupta S, Schaperdoth I, et al. (2008) Niche differentiation among sulfur-oxidizing bacterial populations in cave waters. The Isme Journal. 2: 590-601
Dattagupta S, Arthur MA, Fisher CR. (2008) Modification of sediment geochemistry by the hydrocarbon seep tubeworm Lamellibrachia luymesi: A combined empirical and modeling approach Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta. 72: 2298-2315
Dattagupta S, Telesnicki G, Luley K, et al. (2007) Submersible operated peepers for collecting porewater from deep-sea sediments Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. 5: 263-268
Dattagupta S, Martin J, Liao SM, et al. (2007) Deep-sea hydrocarbon seep gastropod Bathynerita naticoidea responds to cues from the habitat-providing mussel Bathymodiolus childressi Marine Ecology. 28: 193-198
Dattagupta S, Miles LL, Barnabei MS, et al. (2006) The hydrocarbon seep tubeworm Lamellibrachia luymesi primarily eliminates sulfate and hydrogen ions across its roots to conserve energy and ensure sulfide supply. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 209: 3795-805
Dattagupta S, Bergquist DC, Szalai EB, et al. (2004) Tissue carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur stable isotope turnover in transplanted Bathymodiolus childressi mussels: Relation to growth and physiological condition Limnology and Oceanography. 49: 1144-1151
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