Frederick M. Cohan
Frederick M. Cohan
Department of Biology, Wesleyan University
Verified email at WESLEYAN.EDU
TitleCited byYear
Re-evaluating prokaryotic species
D Gevers, FM Cohan, JG Lawrence, BG Spratt, T Coenye, EJ Feil, ...
Nature Reviews Microbiology 3 (9), 733, 2005
10492005
What are bacterial species?
FM Cohan
Annual Reviews in Microbiology 56 (1), 457-487, 2002
8352002
Discovery and classification of ecological diversity in the bacterial world: the role of DNA sequence data
T Palys, LK Nakamura, FM Cohan
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 47 (4 …, 1997
5111997
Origins of bacterial diversity through horizontal genetic transfer and adaptation to new ecological niches
J Wiedenbeck, FM Cohan
FEMS microbiology reviews 35 (5), 957-976, 2011
4172011
Bacterial species and speciation
FM Cohan
Systematic biology 50 (4), 513-524, 2001
3982001
Comment on "Population genomics of early events in the ecological differentiation of bacteria"
SM Kopac, FM Cohan
Science, 2012
370*2012
Identifying the fundamental units of bacterial diversity: a paradigm shift to incorporate ecology into bacterial systematics
A Koeppel, EB Perry, J Sikorski, D Krizanc, A Warner, DM Ward, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (7), 2504-2509, 2008
2722008
A systematics for discovering the fundamental units of bacterial diversity
FM Cohan, EB Perry
Current Biology 17 (10), R373-R386, 2007
2572007
Relationship of Bacillus subtilis clades associated with strains 168 and W23: A proposal for Bacillus subtilis subsp. subtilis subsp. nov. and Bacillus subtilis subsp …
LK Nakamura, MS Roberts, FM Cohan
International journal of systematic bacteriology 49 (3), 1211-1215, 1999
209*1999
RECOMBINATION AND MIGRATION RATES IN NATURAL POPULATIONS OF BACILLUS SUBTILIS AND BACILLUS MOJAVENSIS
MS Roberts, FM Cohan
Evolution 49 (6), 1081-1094, 1995
2041995
Bacillus mojavensis sp. nov., distinguishable from Bacillus subtilis by sexual isolation, divergence in DNA sequence, and differences in fatty acid composition
MS Roberts, LK Nakamura, FM Cohan
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 44 (2 …, 1994
2011994
Barriers to genetic exchange between bacterial species: Streptococcus pneumoniae transformation
J Majewski, P Zawadzki, P Pickerill, FM Cohan, CG Dowson
Journal of Bacteriology 182 (4), 1016-1023, 2000
1962000
Towards a conceptual and operational union of bacterial systematics, ecology, and evolution
FM Cohan
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 361 …, 2006
1902006
Population level functional diversity in a microbial community revealed by comparative genomic and metagenomic analyses
D Bhaya, AR Grossman, AS Steunou, N Khuri, FM Cohan, N Hamamura, ...
The ISME journal 1 (8), 703-713, 2007
1832007
The origins of ecological diversity in prokaryotes
FM Cohan, AF Koeppel
Current Biology 18 (21), R1024-R1034, 2008
1502008
DNA sequence similarity requirements for interspecific recombination in Bacillus
J Majewski, FM Cohan
Genetics 153 (4), 1525-1533, 1999
1411999
Can uniform selection retard random genetic divergence between isolated conspecific populations?
FM Cohan
Evolution, 495-504, 1984
1411984
Cyanobacterial ecotypes in the microbial mat community of Mushroom Spring (Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming) as species-like units linking microbial community composition …
DM Ward, MM Bateson, MJ Ferris, M Kühl, A Wieland, A Koeppel, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 361 …, 2006
1402006
Bacillus vallismortis sp. nov., a close relative of Bacillus subtilis, isolated from soil in Death Valley, California
MS Roberts, LK Nakamura, FM Cohan
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 46 (2 …, 1996
1341996
Bacillus sonorensis sp. nov., a close relative of Bacillus licheniformis, isolated from soil in the Sonoran Desert, Arizona.
MM Palmisano, LK Nakamura, KE Duncan, CA Istock, FM Cohan
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 51 (5 …, 2001
1282001
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