Russell Hill
Russell Hill
Professor and Director, Inst of Marine and Environ Technology, University of Maryland Center for
Verified email at umces.edu
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Phylogenetic diversity of bacteria associated with the marine sponge Rhopaloeides odorabile
NS Webster, KJ Wilson, LL Blackall, RT Hill
Applied and environmental microbiology 67 (1), 434-444, 2001
4402001
Distribution of Vibrio vulnificus in the Chesapeake Bay.
AC Wright, RT Hill, JA Johnson, MC Roghman, RR Colwell, JG Morris
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 62 (2), 717-724, 1996
3261996
The culturable microbial community of the Great Barrier Reef sponge Rhopaloeides odorabile is dominated by an α-Proteobacterium
NS Webster, RT Hill
Marine Biology 138 (4), 843-851, 2001
3092001
Isolation and diversity of actinomycetes in the Chesapeake Bay
M Takizawa, RR Colwell, RT Hill
Applied and environmental microbiology 59 (4), 997-1002, 1993
2931993
Distribution of viruses in the Chesapeake Bay.
KE Wommack, RT Hill, M Kessel, E Russek-Cohen, RR Colwell
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 58 (9), 2965-2970, 1992
2651992
Metamorphosis of broadcast spawning corals in response to bacteria isolated from crustose algae
AP Negri, NS Webster, RT Hill, AJ Heyward
Marine Ecology Progress Series 223, 121-131, 2001
2532001
Population dynamics of Chesapeake Bay virioplankton: total-community analysis by pulsed-field gel electrophoresis
KE Wommack, J Ravel, RT Hill, J Chun, RR Colwell
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 65 (1), 231-240, 1999
2351999
Characterization of a culturable alphaproteobacterial symbiont common to many marine sponges and evidence for vertical transmission via sponge larvae
JJ Enticknap, M Kelly, O Peraud, RT Hill
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72 (5), 3724-3732, 2006
2282006
Hybridization analysis of Chesapeake Bay virioplankton
KE Wommack, J Ravel, RT Hill, RR Colwell
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 65 (1), 241-250, 1999
192*1999
Nannochloropsis genomes reveal evolution of microalgal oleaginous traits
D Wang, K Ning, J Li, J Hu, D Han, H Wang, X Zeng, X Jing, Q Zhou, X Su, ...
PLoS Genet 10 (1), e1004094, 2014
1822014
Diversity of aerobic and anaerobic ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in marine sponges
NM Mohamed, K Saito, Y Tal, RT Hill
The ISME journal 4 (1), 38-48, 2010
1732010
Novel actinobacteria from marine sponges
NF Montalvo, NM Mohamed, JJ Enticknap, RT Hill
Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek 87 (1), 29-36, 2005
1682005
New drugs from marine microbes: the tide is turning
DJ Newman, RT Hill
Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology 33 (7), 539-544, 2006
1512006
Effects of sunlight on bacteriophage viability and structure.
KE Wommack, RT Hill, TA Muller, RR Colwell
Applied and environmental microbiology 62 (4), 1336-1341, 1996
1491996
Enrichment, isolation, and phylogenetic identification of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria from Elizabeth River sediments
EJ Hilyard, JM Jones-Meehan, BJ Spargo, RT Hill
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 74 (4), 1176-1182, 2008
1462008
Temperature-induced recovery of Vibrio cholerae from the viable but nonculturable state: growth or resuscitation?
J Ravel, IT Knight, CE Monahan, RT Hill, RR Colwell
Microbiology 141 (2), 377-383, 1995
1371995
Effect of bioremediation on the microbial community in oiled mangrove sediments
MA Ramsay, RPJ Swannell, WA Shipton, NC Duke, RT Hill
Marine Pollution Bulletin 41 (7-12), 413-419, 2000
1342000
Diversity and quorum‐sensing signal production of Proteobacteria associated with marine sponges
NM Mohamed, EM Cicirelli, J Kan, F Chen, C Fuqua, RT Hill
Environmental Microbiology 10 (1), 75-86, 2008
1282008
The expanding role of marine microbes in pharmaceutical development
AL Waters, RT Hill, AR Place, MT Hamann
Current opinion in biotechnology 21 (6), 780-786, 2010
1272010
A spongin-boring α-proteobacterium is the etiological agent of disease in the Great Barrier Reef sponge Rhopaloeides odorabile
NS Webster, AP Negri, RI Webb, RT Hill
Marine Ecology Progress Series 232, 305-309, 2002
1242002
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