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Claude Ephraim ZoBell grad student 1954 UCLA (Chemistry Tree)
 (Occurrence and significance of bacteria in marine sediments.)
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Morita RY. (1999) Is H(2) the Universal Energy Source for Long-Term Survival? Microbial Ecology. 38: 307-320
Moyer CL, Morita RY. (1989) Effect of growth rate and starvation-survival on cellular DNA, RNA, and protein of a psychrophilic marine bacterium. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 55: 2710-6
Moyer CL, Morita RY. (1989) Effect of growth rate and starvation-survival on the viability and stability of a psychrophilic marine bacterium. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 55: 1122-7
Griffiths RP, Caldwell BA, Morita RY. (1984) Observations on microbial percent respiration values in arctic and subarctic marine waters and sediments. Microbial Ecology. 10: 151-64
Kurath G, Morita RY. (1983) Starvation-Survival Physiological Studies of a Marine Pseudomonas sp. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 45: 1206-11
Amy PS, Morita RY. (1983) Starvation-survival patterns of sixteen freshly isolated open-ocean bacteria. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 45: 1109-15
Baker JH, Morita RY, Anderson NH. (1983) Bacterial activity associated with the decomposition of woody substrates in a stream sediment. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 45: 516-21
Amy PS, Pauling C, Morita RY. (1983) Recovery from nutrient starvation by a marine Vibrio sp Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 45: 1685-1690
Reichardt W, Morita RY. (1982) Influence of Temperature Adaptation on Glucose Metabolism in a Psychrotrophic Strain of Cytophaga johnsonae. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 44: 1282-8
Peters S, Baross JA, Morita RY. (1982) Partial purification and characterization of hemolysin from a psychrotrophic kanagawa-positive marine Vibrio. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 43: 39-49
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