|Microbial naphthenic acid degradation|
Advances in applied microbiology 70, 93-125, 2010
|Effects of alkyl chain branching on the biotransformation of naphthenic acids|
BE Smith, CA Lewis, ST Belt, C Whitby, SJ Rowland
Environmental science & technology 42 (24), 9323-9328, 2008
|Microbial biodegradation of aromatic alkanoic naphthenic acids is affected by the degree of alkyl side chain branching|
RJ Johnson, BE Smith, PA Sutton, TJ McGenity, SJ Rowland, C Whitby
The ISME journal 5 (3), 486, 2011
|13C incorporation into DNA as a means of identifying the active components of ammonia‐oxidizer populations|
CB Whitby, G Hall, R Pickup, JR Saunders, P Ineson, NR Parekh, ...
Letters in applied microbiology 32 (6), 398-401, 2001
|amoA gene abundances and nitrification potential rates suggest that benthic ammonia-oxidizing bacteria and not archaea dominate N cycling in the Colne Estuary, United Kingdom|
J Li, DB Nedwell, J Beddow, AJ Dumbrell, BA McKew, EL Thorpe, ...
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81 (1), 159-165, 2015
|Phylogenetic Differentiation of Two Closely RelatedNitrosomonas spp. That Inhabit Different Sediment Environments in an Oligotrophic Freshwater Lake|
CB Whitby, JR Saunders, J Rodriguez, RW Pickup, A McCarthy
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 65 (11), 4855-4862, 1999
|Characterization of geographically distinct bacterial communities associated with coral mucus produced by Acropora spp. and Porites spp.|
BA McKew, AJ Dumbrell, SD Daud, L Hepburn, E Thorpe, L Mogensen, ...
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 78 (15), 5229-5237, 2012
|Applied microbiology and molecular biology in oilfield systems|
C Whitby, TL Skovhus
|A comparison of ammonia-oxidiser populations in eutrophic and oligotrophic basins of a large freshwater lake|
CB Whitby, JR Saunders, RW Pickup, AJ McCarthy
Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 79 (2), 179-188, 2001
|Temporal and spatial changes in the microbial bioaerosol communities in green-waste composting|
LJ Pankhurst, C Whitby, M Pawlett, LD Larcombe, B McKew, LJ Deacon, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 79 (1), 229-239, 2012
|Importance and controls of anaerobic ammonium oxidation influenced by riverbed geology|
K Lansdown, BA McKew, C Whitby, CM Heppell, AJ Dumbrell, A Binley, ...
Nature Geoscience 9 (5), 357, 2016
|Exploring the capacity for anaerobic biodegradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and naphthenic acids by microbes from oil-sands-process-affected waters|
BD Folwell, TJ McGenity, A Price, RJ Johnson, C Whitby
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 108, 214-221, 2016
|Effects of engineered silver nanoparticles on the growth and activity of ecologically important microbes|
J Beddow, B Stolpe, P Cole, JR Lead, M Sapp, BP Lyons, I Colbeck, ...
Environmental microbiology reports 6 (5), 448-458, 2014
|Nitrate reduction functional genes and nitrate reduction potentials persist in deeper estuarine sediments. Why?|
S Papaspyrou, CJ Smith, LF Dong, C Whitby, AJ Dumbrell, DB Nedwell
PloS one 9 (4), e94111, 2014
|Aerobic biotransformation of alkyl branched aromatic alkanoic naphthenic acids via two different pathways by a new isolate of Mycobacterium|
RJ Johnson, CE West, AM Swaih, BD Folwell, BE Smith, SJ Rowland, ...
Environmental microbiology 14 (4), 872-882, 2012
|Nanosilver inhibits nitrification and reduces ammonia‐oxidising bacterial but not archaeal amoA gene abundance in estuarine sediments|
J Beddow, B Stolpe, PA Cole, JR Lead, M Sapp, BP Lyons, I Colbeck, ...
Environmental microbiology 19 (2), 500-510, 2017
|Biodegradation of alkyl branched aromatic alkanoic naphthenic acids by Pseudomonas putida KT2440|
RJ Johnson, BE Smith, SJ Rowland, C Whitby
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 81, 3-8, 2013
|Synthesis and toxicity of some metabolites of the microbial degradation of synthetic naphthenic acids|
SJ Rowland, D Jones, AG Scarlett, CE West, LP Hin, M Boberek, A Tonkin, ...
Science of the Total Environment 409 (15), 2936-2941, 2011
|Bacterial diversity in soil enrichment cultures amended with 2 (2‐methyl‐4‐chlorophenoxy) propionic acid (mecoprop)|
D Zakaria, H Lappin‐Scott, S Burton, C Whitby
Environmental microbiology 9 (10), 2575-2587, 2007
|Fingerprinting outdoor air environment using microbial volatile organic compounds (MVOCs)–A review|
S Garcia-Alcega, ZA Nasir, R Ferguson, C Whitby, AJ Dumbrell, I Colbeck, ...
TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 86, 75-83, 2017