Steven Joseph Blazewicz

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2012 Environmental Science, Policy,  University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
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Mary FIRESTONE grad student 2012 UC Berkeley
 (Microbial Activity, Growth, and Mortality in Environmental Assemblages: Population and Community Response to Rewetting of a Dry Mediterranean Soil and Anaerobic Methane Cycling in Tropical and Boreal Soils.)
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Stone BW, Li J, Koch BJ, et al. (2021) Author Correction: Nutrients cause consolidation of soil carbon flux to small proportion of bacterial community. Nature Communications. 12: 4052
Stone BW, Li J, Koch BJ, et al. (2021) Nutrients cause consolidation of soil carbon flux to small proportion of bacterial community. Nature Communications. 12: 3381
Hungate BA, Marks JC, Power ME, et al. (2021) The Functional Significance of Bacterial Predators. Mbio. 12
Wang C, Morrissey EM, Mau RL, et al. (2021) The temperature sensitivity of soil: microbial biodiversity, growth, and carbon mineralization. The Isme Journal
Sieradzki ET, Koch BJ, Greenlon A, et al. (2020) Measurement Error and Resolution in Quantitative Stable Isotope Probing: Implications for Experimental Design. Msystems. 5
Blazewicz SJ, Hungate BA, Koch BJ, et al. (2020) Taxon-specific microbial growth and mortality patterns reveal distinct temporal population responses to rewetting in a California grassland soil. The Isme Journal
Mayali X, Weber PK, Nuccio E, et al. (2019) Chip-SIP: Stable Isotope Probing Analyzed with rRNA-Targeted Microarrays and NanoSIMS. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2046: 71-87
Morrissey EM, Mau RL, Hayer M, et al. (2019) Evolutionary history constrains microbial traits across environmental variation. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Li J, Mau RL, Dijkstra P, et al. (2019) Predictive genomic traits for bacterial growth in culture versus actual growth in soil. The Isme Journal
Starr EP, Shi S, Blazewicz SJ, et al. (2018) Stable isotope informed genome-resolved metagenomics reveals that Saccharibacteria utilize microbially-processed plant-derived carbon. Microbiome. 6: 122
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