Haim B. Gunner

Environmental sciences  University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
ecosystem-level approaches to crop and turf management
"Haim Bernard Gunner"



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Martin Alexander grad student 1962 Cornell
 (The response of Fusarium oxysporum f. cubenese to its environment)


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Richard C. Tilton grad student 1965 U Mass Amherst (Chemistry Tree)
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Castignetti D, Gunner HB. (1982) Differential tolerance of hydroxylamine by an Alcaligenes sp., a heterotrophic nitrifier, and by Nitrobacter agilis Canadian Journal of Microbiology. 28: 148-150
Castignetti D, Gunner HB. (1981) Nitrite and nitrate synthesis from pyruvic-oxime by an Alcaligenes sp. Current Microbiology. 5: 379-384
Castignetti D, Gunner HB. (1980) Sequential nitrification by an Alcaligenes sp. and Nitrobacter agilis. Canadian Journal of Microbiology. 26: 1114-9
Berger PS, Rho J, Gunner H. (1979) Bacterial suppression of chlorella by hydroxylamine production Water Research. 13: 267-273
Moore GS, Dubois NR, Gunner HB. (1975) The effect of microbial mycolytic agents on Trichophyton rubrum. Mycopathologia. 57: 93-8
Kreplick R, Litsky W, Gunner HB. (1974) Proceedings of setting a statewide land use policy Univ.Mass.Techn.Guid.Cent.Publ.
Robson H, Gunner HB. (1970) Differential response of soil microflora to diazinon Plant and Soil. 33: 613-621
Tilton RC, Gunner HB, Litsky W. (1967) Physiology of selenite reduction by enterococci. I. Influence of environmental variables. Canadian Journal of Microbiology. 13: 1175-82
Tilton RC, Gunner HB, Litsky W. (1967) Physiology of selenite reduction by enterococci. II. Characterization of selenite inhibition and its reversal by ascorbate. Canadian Journal of Microbiology. 13: 1183-93
Tilton RC, Gunner HB, Litsky W. (1965) A quantitative assay for residual selenite in bacteriological media. Analytical Biochemistry. 13: 362-5
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