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Fred Rainey

Fred Rainey

Department of Biological Sciences

Journal Articles

2005

Rainey, F., K. Ray, M. Ferreira, B. Z. Gatz, N. F. Nobre, D. Bagaley, B. A. Rash, M. J. Park, A. M. Earl, N. C. Shank, A. Small, M. C. Henk, J. R. Battista, P. Kaempfer and M. S. Da Costa. 2005. Extensive diversity if ionizing-radiation-resistant bacteria recovered from Sonoran Desert soil and description of nine new species of the genus Deinococcus obtained from a single soil sample. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71(9):5225-5235. DOI: 10.1128/?AEM.71.9.5225-5235.2005. (link )

Posters

2005

Rash, B. A. and F. A. Rainey. 2005. Analysis of diazotrophic community structure within an urbanized desert ecosystem. Poster presented at the July 2005 International Union of Microbiological Societies General Meeting, San Francisco, CA. (link )

2004

Rash, B. A. and F. A. Rainey. 2004. The effects of urbanization and agriculture on soil bacterial diversity at the phylum level. Poster presented at the May 2004 104th American Society of Microbiology General Meeting< New Orleans, LA. (link )

2003

Rash, B. A. and F. A. Rainey. 2003. Culture-independent analysis of bacterial diversity at the CAP LTER: An overview. Poster presented at the September 2003 2nd Annual Microbial Observatories NSF Workshop, Washington, DC. (link )

Rash, B. A. and F. A. Rainey. 2003. The effects of urbanization on bacterial diversity at the Central Arizona-Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research (CAPLTER) site. Poster presented at the September 2003 LTER All Scientists Meeting, Seattle, WA. (link )

Rash, B. A. and F. A. Rainey. 2003. Uncultured bacterial diversity at the CAPLTER site: Could land use type explain species composition in soil?. Poster presented at May 2003 103rd American Society of Microbiology General Meeting, Washington, DC. (link )

2002

Rash, B. A. and F. A. Rainey. 2002. Detection of potentially ubiquitious taxa using culture-independent methods. Poster presented at the May 2002 102nd American Society for Microbiology General Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT. (link )

Rash, B. A. and F. A. Rainey. 2002. Detection of potentially ubiquitous taxa using culture-independent techniques. Poster presented at September2002 1st Annual Microbial Observatories/Life in Extreme Environments NSF Workshop, Washington, DC. (link )

2001

Enticknap, J. and F. A. Rainey. 2001. Observing patterns of prokaryotic diversity along land use gradients of the Central Arizona Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research site (CAP LTER). Poster presented at the 26-31 August 2001 9th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology, Amsterdam. (link )