Peter Kourtev
Peter Kourtev
Professor of Microbiology, Central Michigan University
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Exotic plant species alter the microbial community structure and function in the soil
PS Kourtev, JG Ehrenfeld, M Häggblom
Ecology 83 (11), 3152-3166, 2002
Changes in soil functions following invasions of exotic understory plants in deciduous forests
JG Ehrenfeld, P Kourtev, W Huang
Ecological applications 11 (5), 1287-1300, 2001
Experimental analysis of the effect of exotic and native plant species on the structure and function of soil microbial communities
PS Kourtev, JG Ehrenfeld, M Häggblom
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 35 (7), 895-905, 2003
Enzyme activities during litter decomposition of two exotic and two native plant species in hardwood forests of New Jersey
PS Kourtev, JG Ehrenfeld, WZ Huang
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 34 (9), 1207-1218, 2002
Effects of exotic plant species on soil properties in hardwood forests of New Jersey
PS Kourtev, JG Ehrenfeld, WZ Huang
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 105, 493-501, 1998
Differences in earthworm densities and nitrogen dynamics in soils under exotic and native plant species
PS Kourtev, WZ Huang, JG Ehrenfeld
Biological Invasions 1, 237-245, 1999
Soil microbial community responses to additions of organic carbon substrates and heavy metals (Pb and Cr)
CH Nakatsu, N Carmosini, B Baldwin, F Beasley, P Kourtev, A Konopka
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71 (12), 7679-7689, 2005
Processing of atmospheric nitrogen by clouds above a forest environment
KA Hill, PB Shepson, ES Galbavy, C Anastasio, PS Kourtev, A Konopka, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 112 (D11), 2007
Atmospheric cloud water contains a diverse bacterial community
PS Kourtev, KA Hill, PB Shepson, A Konopka
Atmospheric Environment 45 (30), 5399-5405, 2011
Responses of the anaerobic bacterial community to addition of organic C in chromium (VI)-and iron (III)-amended microcosms
PS Kourtev, CH Nakatsu, A Konopka
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72 (1), 628-637, 2006
Bacterial diversity in three distinct sub-habitats within the pitchers of the northern pitcher plant, Sarracenia purpurea
JR Krieger, PS Kourtev
FEMS microbiology ecology 79 (3), 555-567, 2012
Inhibition of nitrate reduction by chromium (VI) in anaerobic soil microcosms
PS Kourtev, CH Nakatsu, A Konopka
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 75 (19), 6249-6257, 2009
Metabolic and genomic analysis elucidates strain-level variation in Microbacterium spp. isolated from chromate contaminated sediment
MW Henson, JW Santo Domingo, PS Kourtev, RV Jensen, JA Dunn, ...
PeerJ 3, e1395, 2015
Comparative genomics of 16 Microbacterium spp. that tolerate multiple heavy metals and antibiotics
DR Learman, Z Ahmad, A Brookshier, MW Henson, V Hewitt, A Lis, ...
PeerJ 6, e6258, 2019
The effect of the invasive Elaeagnus umbellata on soil microbial communities depends on proximity of soils to plants
E Malinich, N Lynn‐Bell, PS Kourtev
Ecosphere 8 (5), e01827, 2017
Detection of methanogenic archaea in the pitchers of the Northern pitcher plant (Sarracenia purpurea)
JR Krieger, PS Kourtev
Canadian journal of microbiology 58 (2), 189-194, 2012
Draft Genome Sequences of Two Bacillus sp. Strains and Four Cellulomonas sp. Strains Isolated from Heavy-Metal-Contaminated Soil
AM Brookshier, JW Santo Domingo, PS Kourtev, DR Learman
Microbiology Resource Announcements 7 (11), e01063-18, 2018
Physicochemical characteristics and benthic macroinvertebrate communities in temporary surface waters of Northern Stark County, Ohio
R Hamilton IV, P S Kourtev, C Post, J Dillard, K J Knepper, R Cowart
The Open Entomology Journal 6 (1), 2012
Microbial subnetworks related to short-term diel O2 fluxes within geochemically distinct freshwater wetlands
DJ Horton, MJ Cooper, AJ Wing, PS Kourtev, DG Uzarski, DR Learman
FEMS microbiology letters 365 (24), fny269, 2018
Bacterial community succession in leaves of the Northern pitcher plant, Sarracenia purpurea
CR Peeples, P Kourtev
Ecol. Soc. Amer. 98th Annual Meeting Abstracts, 2013
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