Browsing publications by Professor Anthony O'Donnell

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Victoria Ord
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Anthony O'Donnell
Biogeochemical responses to nutrient, moisture and temperature manipulations of soil from Signy Island, South Orkney Islands in the Maritime Antarctic2014
Professor Stephen Rushton
Victoria Ord
Professor Anthony O'Donnell
Professor David Hopkins
Warming constrains bacterial community responses to nutrient inputs in a southern, but not northern, maritime Antarctic soil2013
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Anthony O'Donnell
Soil fungal community composition does not alter along a latitudinal gradient through the maritime and sub-Antarctic2012
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Anthony O'Donnell
Professor David Hopkins
Soil fungal community composition does not alter along a latitudinal gradient through the maritime and sub-Antarctic (vol 5, pg 403, 2012)2012
Siam Popluechai
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
Professor Anthony O'Donnell
Dr Ajay Kohli
Jatropha curcas oil body proteome and oleosins: L-form JcOle3 as a potential phylogenetic marker2011
Siam Popluechai
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
Professor Anthony O'Donnell
Dr Ajay Kohli
Jatropha curcas oil body proteome and oleosins: L-form JcOle3 as a potential phylogenetic marker2011
Ian Waite
Professor Anthony O'Donnell
Microbial biomass, organic matter mineralization and nitrogen in soils from long-term experimental grassland plots (Palace Leas meadow hay plots, UK)2011
Dr Sasha Jenkins
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Clare Lanyon
Ian Waite
Professor Anthony O'Donnell
et al.
Taxon-specific responses of soil bacteria to the addition of low level C inputs2010
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Mark Shirley
Dr Clare Lanyon
Professor Anthony O'Donnell
The transmission of nosocomial pathogens in an intensive care unit: a space-time clustering and structural equation modelling approach2010
Dr Sasha Jenkins
Ian Waite
Adrian Blackburn
Dr Rebecca Husband
Professor Stephen Rushton
et al.
Actinobacterial community dynamics in long term managed grasslands2009
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