Browsing by Author "Smith, Julie L."

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  • Adaptations to submarine hydrothermal environments exemplified by the genome of Nautilia profundicola

    Campbell, Barbara J.; Smith, Julie L.; Hanson, Thomas E.; Klotz, Martin G.; Stein, Lisa Y.; Lee, Charles Kai-Wu; Wu, Dongying; Robinson, Jeffrey M.; Khouri, Hoda M.; Eisen, Jonathan A.; Cary, S. Craig (Public Library of Science, 2009)
    Submarine hydrothermal vents are model systems for the Archaean Earth environment, and some sites maintain conditions that may have favored the formation and evolution of cellular life. Vents are typified by rapid fluctuations ...
  • Resolving environmental drivers of microbial community structure in Antarctic soils

    Smith, Julie L.; Barrett, John E.; Tusnady, Gabor; Rejto, Lidia; Cary, S. Craig (Antarctic Science Ltd, 2009)
    Antarctic soils are extremely cold, dry, and oligotrophic, yet harbour surprisingly high bacterial diversity. The severity of environmental conditions has constrained the development of multi-trophic communities, and species ...