Cheryl-Emiliane T. Chow, Ph.D.

2012 Biology University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Oceanography Biology, Ecology Biology, Microbiology Biology
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Jed A. Fuhrman grad student 2012 USC
 (Microbe to microbe: Monthly microbial community dynamics and interactions at the San Pedro Ocean Time-series.)
Curtis A. Suttle post-doc 2012-2015 UBC (Evolution Tree)
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Deeg CM, Chow CT, Suttle CA. (2018) The kinetoplastid-infecting Bodo saltans virus (BsV), a window into the most abundant giant viruses in the sea. Elife. 7
Chow CT, Suttle CA. (2015) Biogeography of Viruses in the Sea. Annual Review of Virology. 2: 41-66
Chow CE, Winget DM, White RA, et al. (2015) Combining genomic sequencing methods to explore viral diversity and reveal potential virus-host interactions. Frontiers in Microbiology. 6: 265
Cram JA, Chow CE, Sachdeva R, et al. (2015) Seasonal and interannual variability of the marine bacterioplankton community throughout the water column over ten years. The Isme Journal. 9: 563-80
Chow CE, Kim DY, Sachdeva R, et al. (2014) Top-down controls on bacterial community structure: microbial network analysis of bacteria, T4-like viruses and protists. The Isme Journal. 8: 816-29
Chow CE, Sachdeva R, Cram JA, et al. (2013) Temporal variability and coherence of euphotic zone bacterial communities over a decade in the Southern California Bight. The Isme Journal. 7: 2259-73
Needham DM, Chow CE, Cram JA, et al. (2013) Short-term observations of marine bacterial and viral communities: patterns, connections and resilience. The Isme Journal. 7: 1274-85
Chow CE, Fuhrman JA. (2012) Seasonality and monthly dynamics of marine myovirus communities. Environmental Microbiology. 14: 2171-83
Steele JA, Countway PD, Xia L, et al. (2011) Marine bacterial, archaeal and protistan association networks reveal ecological linkages. The Isme Journal. 5: 1414-25
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