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  1. Ecosystem Microbiome Science
  2. Soil biota, antimicrobial resistance and planetary health
  3. Genetic and historical evidence of common sawsharks Pristiophorus cirratus in the waters of southern Queensland
  4. Fungus-initiated catalytic reactions at hyphal-mineral interfaces drive iron redox cycling and biomineralization
  5. Bats as reservoirs of antibiotic resistance determinants: A survey of class 1 integrons in Grey-headed Flying Foxes (Pteropus poliocephalus)
  6. Catabolism of Nucleic Acids by a Cystic Fibrosis Pseudomonas aeruginosa Isolate: An Adaptive Pathway to Cystic Fibrosis Sputum Environment
  7. Microbial Genomes as Extension Packs for Macroorganismal Diversity: A Reply to Morimoto and Baltrus
  8. High diversity and rapid spatial turnover of integron gene cassettes in soil
  9. The complete mitochondrial genome of the Epaulette Shark, Hemiscyllium ocellatum (Bonnaterre, 1788)
  10. Population genetic analyses reveal female reproductive philopatry in the oviparous Port Jackson shark
  11. Phylogeny and form in fishes: Genetic and morphometric characteristics of dragonets ( Foetorepus sp.) do not align
  12. Pollutants That Replicate: Xenogenetic DNAs
  13. Prevalence and transmission of antibiotic resistance and microbiota between humans and water environments
  14. Rhizosphere microorganisms can influence the timing of plant flowering
  15. Mobile DNAs as Ecologically and Evolutionarily Independent Units of Life
  16. The Extended Genotype: Microbially Mediated Olfactory Communication
  17. Environmental dimensions of antibiotic resistance: assessment of basic science gaps
  18. Tracking antibiotic resistome during wastewater treatment using high throughput quantitative PCR
  19. Conserved phylogenetic distribution and limited antibiotic resistance of class 1 integrons revealed by assessing the bacterial genome and plasmid collection
  20. Correction to: Metagenomics of urban sewage identifies an extensively shared antibiotic resistome in China
  21. Impact of Wastewater Treatment on the Prevalence of Integrons and the Genetic Diversity of Integron Gene Cassettes
  22. DNA as a Pollutant: the Clinical Class 1 Integron
  23. Corrigendum to “Chemical, biological, and DNA markers for tracing slaughterhouse effluent” [Environ. Res. 156 (2017) 534–541]
  24. Human dissemination of genes and microorganisms in Earth's Critical Zone
  25. Discovery of the fourth mobile sulfonamide resistance gene
  26. Microbial mass movements
  27. Characterization of 12 polymorphic microsatellite loci in the Port Jackson Shark, Heterodontus portusjacksoni (Meyer, 1793)
  28. Class 1 integrons as invasive species
  29. Metagenomics of urban sewage identifies an extensively shared antibiotic resistome in China
  30. Chemical, biological, and DNA markers for tracing slaughterhouse effluent
  31. Application of Struvite Alters the Antibiotic Resistome in Soil, Rhizosphere, and Phyllosphere
  32. Evolution of class 1 integrons: Mobilization and dispersal via food-borne bacteria
  33. Continental-scale pollution of estuaries with antibiotic resistance genes
  34. Genomics and the evolution of antibiotic resistance
  35. Lateral gene transfer, bacterial genome evolution, and the Anthropocene
  36. Escherichia coli out in the cold: Dissemination of human-derived bacteria into the Antarctic microbiome
  37. Information in the Biosphere: Biological and Digital Worlds
  38. Ecology and Evolution of the Human Microbiota: Fire, Farming and Antibiotics
  39. Potential impacts of aquatic pollutants: sub-clinical antibiotic concentrations induce genome changes and promote antibiotic resistance
  40. Screening Foodstuffs for Class 1 Integrons and Gene Cassettes
  41. Antibiotic Discovery: Combatting Bacterial Resistance in Cells and in Biofilm Communities
  42. The unusual occurrence of green algal balls of Chaetomorpha linum on a beach in Sydney, Australia
  43. Using the class 1 integron-integrase gene as a proxy for anthropogenic pollution
  44. Were there evolutionary advantages to premenstrual syndrome?
  45. Integrons: Past, Present, and Future
  46. Genetic structure and diversity of two highly vulnerable carcharhinids in Australian waters
  47. Fungal Community Structure in Disease Suppressive Soils Assessed by 28S LSU Gene Sequencing
  48. Microbiology of the Anthropocene
  49. Rapid Extraction of PCR-Competent DNA from Recalcitrant Environmental Samples
  50. The cost of living in the Anthropocene
  51. DNA technology and evolution of the Central Dogma
  52. Population Expansion and Genetic Structure in Carcharhinus brevipinna in the Southern Indo-Pacific
  53. Changes in Prokaryote and Eukaryote Assemblages Along a Gradient of Hydrocarbon Contamination in Groundwater
  54. The diatom genusPseudo-nitzschia(Bacillariophyceae) in New South Wales, Australia: morphotaxonomy, molecular phylogeny, toxicity, and distribution
  55. Into the Wild: Dissemination of Antibiotic Resistance Determinants via a Species Recovery Program
  56. Life in the dark: metagenomic evidence that a microbial slime community is driven by inorganic nitrogen metabolism
  57. Evolutionary consequences of antibiotic use for the resistome, mobilome and microbial pangenome
  58. Individual Variability in Reproductive Success Determines Winners and Losers under Ocean Acidification: A Case Study with Sea Urchins
  59. Primordial Enemies: Fungal Pathogens in Thrips Societies
  60. Are humans increasing bacterial evolvability?
  61. Identification of the rainbowfish in Lake Eacham using DNA sequencing
  63. Gene flow, mobile genetic elements and the recruitment of antibiotic resistance genes into Gram-negative pathogens
  64. Identification and differentiation of Cryptosporidium species by capillary electrophoresis single-strand conformation polymorphism
  65. Preclinical Class 1 Integron with a Complete Tn402-Like Transposition Module
  66. Antimicrobial strength increases with group size: implications for social evolution
  67. Heterogeneity of surface attached microbial communities from Sydney Harbour, Australia
  68. Differential antimicrobial activity in response to the entomopathogenic fungus Cordyceps in six Australian bee species
  69. Proposal of Xanthomonas translucens pv. pistaciae pv. nov., pathogenic to pistachio (Pistacia vera)
  70. Mobilization of a Tn402-Like Class 1 Integron with a Novel Cassette Array via Flanking Miniature Inverted-Repeat Transposable Element-Like Structures
  71. Evidence for dynamic exchange ofqac gene cassettes between class 1 integrons and other integrons in freshwater biofilms
  72. Eimeria trichosuri: Phylogenetic position of a marsupial coccidium, based on 18S rDNA sequences
  73. Cultivation of Fastidious Bacteria by Viability Staining and Micromanipulation in a Soil Substrate Membrane System
  74. ACID: annotation of cassette and integron data
  75. Mating system and genetic structure in the paper wasp (Polistes humilis)
  76. Population connectivity in the temperate damselfish Parma microlepis: analyses of genetic structure across multiple spatial scales
  77. Terminal Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism for Identification of Cryptosporidium Species in Human Feces
  78. Gene cassettes encoding resistance to quaternary ammonium compounds: a role in the origin of clinical class 1 integrons?
  79. Plant-Pathogenic Bacteria as Biological Weapons – Real Threats?
  80. Recovery of diverse genes for class 1 integron-integrases from environmental DNA samples
  81. Alarm calling best predicts mating and reproductive success in ornamented male fowl, Gallus gallus
  82. Cultivating previously uncultured soil bacteria using a soil substrate membrane system
  83. The Evolution of Class 1 Integrons and the Rise of Antibiotic Resistance
  84. Quantification of class 1 integron abundance in natural environments using real-time quantitative PCR
  85. A comparison of common programming languages used in bioinformatics
  86. An enhanced miniaturized assay for antimicrobial prospecting
  87. Antimicrobial defences increase with sociality in bees
  88. Use of chromosomal integron arrays as a phylogenetic typing system for Vibrio cholerae pandemic strains
  89. Class 1 Integrons Potentially Predating the Association with Tn402-Like Transposition Genes Are Present in a Sediment Microbial Community
  90. Isolation and genetic diversity of endangered grey nurse shark (Carcharias taurus) populations
  91. Isolation of microsatellites from Girella tricuspidata
  92. Genetic uniformity of international isolates ofLeifsonia xylisubsp.xyli, causal agent of ratoon stunting disease of sugarcane
  93. Molecular identification of species comprising an unusual biofilm from a groundwater treatment plant
  94. Microcolony Cultivation on a Soil Substrate Membrane System Selects for Previously Uncultured Soil Bacteria
  95. Integrons in Xanthomonas : A source of species genome diversity
  96. Integron-associated Mobile Gene Cassettes Code for Folded Proteins: The Structure of Bal32a, a New Member of the Adaptable α+β Barrel Family
  97. Spatial scaling of microbial eukaryote diversity
  98. Isolation of highly polymorphic microsatellite loci from the temperate damselfish Parma microlepis
  99. Structure of Bal32a from a Soil-Derived Mobile Gene Cassette
  100. Mobile Gene Cassettes: A Fundamental Resource for Bacterial Evolution
  101. New enzymes from environmental cassette arrays: Functional attributes of a phosphotransferase and an RNA-methyltransferase
  102. Patterns of invertebrate biodiversity across a natural edge
  103. The gene cassette metagenome is a basic resource for bacterial genome evolution
  104. Survival of a lacZY-marked strain of Pseudomonas corrugata following a field release
  105. Survival of a lacZY-marked strain of Pseudomonas corrugata following a field release
  106. Recombination Activity of a Distinctive Integron-Gene Cassette System Associated with Pseudomonas stutzeri Populations in Soil
  107. Potential problems with fluorescein diacetate assays of cell viability when testing natural products for antimicrobial activity
  108. Phylogenetic structure of unusual aquatic microbial formations in Nullarbor caves, Australia
  109. Recovery of new integron classes from environmental DNA
  110. Novel forms of ring-hydroxylating dioxygenases are widespread in pristine and contaminated soils
  111. Complementing genomics with proteomics: The membrane subproteome ofPseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1
  112. Diverse, yet-to-be-cultured members of the Rubrobacter subdivision of the Actinobacteria are widespread in Australian arid soils
  113. Heteroduplex mobility assay as a tool for predicting phylogenetic affiliation of environmental ribosomal RNA clones
  114. Hemicellulase activity of antarctic microfungi
  115. Rapid purification of DNA from soil for molecular biodiversity analysis
  116. Polymerase chain reaction detection and assessment of genetic variation in New South Wales isolates of passionfruit woodiness potyvirus
  117. Amplification of anonymous DNA fragments using pairs of long primers generates reproducible DNA fingerprints that are sensitive to genetic variation
  118. Sink Strength May Be the Key to Growth and Nitrogen Responses in N-Deficient Wheat at Elevated CO2
  119. Rapid identification of benomyl resistant strains of Botrytis cinerea using the polymerase chain reaction
  120. Comparison of Strains of Agrobacterium-Vitis From Grapevine Source Areas in Australia
  121. A Further Outbreak of Citrus Canker Near Darwin.
  122. Rapid Identification of a Second Outbreak of Asiatic Citrus Canker in the Northern Territory Using the Polymerase Chain Reaction and Genomic Fingerprinting.
  123. Amplification and cloning of a β‐tubulin gene fragment from strains ofBotrytis cinerearesistant and sensitive to benzimidazole fungicides
  124. Characterisation of isolates and strains of citrus tristeza closterovirus using restriction analysis of the coat protein gene amplified by the polymerase chain reaction
  125. Restriction analysis of an amplified polygalacturonase gene fragment differentiates strains of the phytopathogenic bacterium Pseudomonas solanacearum
  126. Detection of double-stranded RNA and virus-like particles in Australian isolates ofPythium irregulare
  127. Characterization of Erwinia chrysanthemi biovars in alpine water sources by biochemical properties, GLC fatty acid analysis and genomic DNA fingerprinting
  128. Differentiation of Biologically Distinct Cucumber Mosaic Virus Isolates by PAGE of Double-Stranded RNA
  129. Cucumber Mosaic Cucumovirus Associated With Kava Plants Showing Symptoms of Dieback Disease in Fiji and Tonga.
  130. Viroids in Australian Citrus: Relationship to Exocortis, Cachexia and Citrus Dwarfing
  131. Two New Records of Diseases Caused by Potyviruses in Australia.
  132. Phytophthora Erythroseptica Causing Wilting and Stunting of Tomato.
  133. Pollution by antibiotics and resistance genes: dissemination into Australian wildlife
  134. 6. Microbial Slime Curtain Communities of the Nullarbor Caves