Mark Radosevich
Mark Radosevich
Professor of Soil Microbiology, University of Tennessee
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Degradation and mineralization of atrazine by a soil bacterial isolate.
M Radosevich, SJ Traina, YL Hao, OH Tuovinen
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 61 (1), 297-302, 1995
Global biogeography and quantitative seasonal dynamics of Gemmatimonadetes in soil
JM DeBruyn, LT Nixon, MN Fawaz, AM Johnson, M Radosevich
Applied and environmental microbiology 77 (17), 6295-6300, 2011
Abundance and diversity of viruses in six Delaware soils
KE Williamson, M Radosevich, KE Wommack
Applied and environmental microbiology 71 (6), 3119-3125, 2005
Surface functionality and carbon structures in lignocellulosic-derived biochars produced by fast pyrolysis
P Kim, A Johnson, CW Edmunds, M Radosevich, F Vogt, TG Rials, ...
Energy & fuels 25 (10), 4693-4703, 2011
Sampling natural viral communities from soil for culture-independent analyses
KE Williamson, KE Wommack, M Radosevich
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69 (11), 6628-6633, 2003
Compatible Ionic liquid‐cellulases system for hydrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass
Y Wang, M Radosevich, D Hayes, N Labbé
Biotechnology and Bioengineering 108 (5), 1042-1048, 2011
Incidence of lysogeny within temperate and extreme soil environments
KE Williamson, M Radosevich, DW Smith, KE Wommack
Environmental microbiology 9 (10), 2563-2574, 2007
Atrazine and phenanthrene degradation in grass rhizosphere soil
C Fang, M Radosevich, JJ Fuhrmann
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 33 (4-5), 671-678, 2001
Microbial community responses to atrazine exposure and nutrient availability: linking degradation capacity to community structure
ED Rhine, JJ Fuhrmann, M Radosevich
Microbial ecology 46 (2), 145-160, 2003
Characterization of rhizosphere microbial community structure in five similar grass species using FAME and BIOLOG analyses
C Fang, M Radosevich, JJ Fuhrmann
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 33 (4-5), 679-682, 2001
Acyl-homoserine lactones can induce virus production in lysogenic bacteria: an alternative paradigm for prophage induction
D Ghosh, K Roy, KE Williamson, S Srinivasiah, KE Wommack, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 75 (22), 7142-7152, 2009
Biodegradation of atrazine in surface soils and subsurface sediments collected from an agricultural research farm
M Radosevich, SJ Traina, OH Tuovinen
Biodegradation 7 (2), 137-149, 1996
Biodegradation of atrazine under denitrifying conditions
JJ Crawford, GK Sims, RL Mulvaney, M Radosevich
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 49 (5), 618-623, 1998
Phenanthrene degradation in soils co‐inoculated with phenanthrene‐degrading and biosurfactant‐producing bacteria
SM Dean, Y Jin, DK Cha, SV Wilson, M Radosevich
Journal of environmental quality 30 (4), 1126-1133, 2001
New methodology for viability testing in environmental samples
JP Biggerstaff, M Le Puil, BL Weidow, J Prater, K Glass, M Radosevich, ...
Molecular and cellular probes 20 (2), 141-146, 2006
Prevalence of lysogeny among soil bacteria and presence of 16S rRNA and trzN genes in viral-community DNA
D Ghosh, K Roy, KE Williamson, DC White, KE Wommack, KL Sublette, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 74 (2), 495-502, 2008
Atrazine mineralization in laboratory‐aged soil microcosms inoculated with s‐triazine‐degrading bacteria
M Radosevich, SJ Traina, OH Tuovinen
Journal of Environmental Quality 26 (1), 206-214, 1997
Inhibition of atrazine degradation by cyanazine and exogenous nitrogen in bacterial isolate M91-3
N Gebendinger, M Radosevich
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 51 (3), 375-381, 1999
Viruses in soil ecosystems: an unknown quantity within an unexplored territory
KE Williamson, JJ Fuhrmann, KE Wommack, M Radosevich
Annual Review of Virology 4, 201-219, 2017
Responses of absolute and specific soil enzyme activities to long term additions of organic and mineral fertilizer
X Zhang, W Dong, X Dai, S Schaeffer, F Yang, M Radosevich, L Xu, X Liu, ...
Science of the Total Environment 536, 59-67, 2015
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