Robert M. Morris

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2004 Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
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Stephen J. Giovannoni grad student 2004 Oregon State
 (Marine bacterioplankton abundances and distributions.)
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Mattes TE, Burke S, Rocap G, et al. (2022) Two Metatranscriptomic Profiles through Low-Dissolved-Oxygen Waters (DO, 0 to 33 µM) in the Eastern Tropical North Pacific Ocean. Microbiology Resource Announcements. 11: e0120121
Morris RM, Spietz RL. (2021) The Physiology and Biogeochemistry of SUP05. Annual Review of Marine Science
Mattes TE, Ingalls AE, Burke S, et al. (2020) Metabolic flexibility of SUP05 under low DO growth conditions. Environmental Microbiology
Morris RM, Cain KR, Hvorecny KL, et al. (2020) Lysogenic host-virus interactions in SAR11 marine bacteria. Nature Microbiology
Durham BP, Boysen AK, Carlson LT, et al. (2019) Sulfonate-based networks between eukaryotic phytoplankton and heterotrophic bacteria in the surface ocean. Nature Microbiology
Shah V, Zhao X, Lundeen RA, et al. (2019) Morphological Plasticity in a Sulfur-Oxidizing Marine Bacterium from the SUP05 Clade Enhances Dark Carbon Fixation. Mbio. 10
Spietz RL, Lundeen RA, Zhao X, et al. (2019) Heterotrophic carbon metabolism and energy acquisition in Candidatus Thioglobus singularis strain PS1, a member of the SUP05 clade of marine Gammaproteobacteria. Environmental Microbiology
Saito MA, Bertrand EM, Duffy ME, et al. (2019) Progress and Challenges in Ocean Metaproteomics and Proposed Best Practices for Data Sharing. Journal of Proteome Research
Spietz R, Butterfield D, Buck N, et al. (2018) Deep-Sea Volcanic Eruptions Create Unique Chemical and Biological Linkages Between the Subsurface Lithosphere and the Oceanic Hydrosphere Oceanography. 31: 128-135
Shah V, Chang BX, Morris RM. (2016) Cultivation of a chemoautotroph from the SUP05 clade of marine bacteria that produces nitrite and consumes ammonium. The Isme Journal
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