Alan Decho
Alan Decho
Professor, Dept. ENHS; & Associate Dean of Res, Arnold School Public Health, Univ. South Carolina
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Microbial exopolymer secretions in ocean environments: their role (s) in food webs and marine processes
AW Decho
Oceanogr. Mar. Biol. Annu. Rev 28 (7), 73-153, 1990
15621990
Processes of carbonate precipitation in modern microbial mats
C Dupraz, RP Reid, O Braissant, AW Decho, RS Norman, PT Visscher
Earth-Science Reviews 96 (3), 141-162, 2009
10632009
Microbial biofilms in intertidal systems: an overview
AW Decho
Continental shelf research 20 (10-11), 1257-1273, 2000
8842000
The role of microbes in accretion, lamination and early lithification of modern marine stromatolites
RP Reid, PT Visscher, AW Decho, JF Stolz, BM Bebout, C Dupraz, ...
Nature 406 (6799), 989-992, 2000
7612000
Exopolymeric substances of sulfate‐reducing bacteria: interactions with calcium at alkaline pH and implication for formation of carbonate minerals
O Braissant, AW Decho, C Dupraz, C Glunk, KM Przekop, PT Visscher
Geobiology 5 (4), 401-411, 2007
4642007
Transfer of gold nanoparticles from the water column to the estuarine food web
JL Ferry, P Craig, C Hexel, P Sisco, R Frey, PL Pennington, MH Fulton, ...
Nature nanotechnology 4 (7), 441-444, 2009
3632009
Sulfate reducing bacteria in microbial mats: changing paradigms, new discoveries
LK Baumgartner, RP Reid, C Dupraz, AW Decho, DH Buckley, JR Spear, ...
Sedimentary Geology 185 (3-4), 131-145, 2006
3622006
Ecotoxicity test methods for engineered nanomaterials: practical experiences and recommendations from the bench
RD Handy, G Cornelis, T Fernandes, O Tsyusko, A Decho, ...
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 31 (1), 15-31, 2012
3352012
Production and cycling of natural microbial exopolymers (EPS) within a marine stromatolite
AW Decho, PT Visscher, RP Reid
Geobiology: Objectives, concepts, perspectives, 71-86, 2005
2852005
Overview of biopolymer-induced mineralization: what goes on in biofilms?
AW Decho
Ecological Engineering 36 (2), 137-144, 2010
2202010
Exopolymer microenvironments of microbial flora: multiple and interactive effects on trophic relationships
AW Decho, GR Lopez
Limnology and oceanography 38 (8), 1633-1645, 1993
2131993
Microbial Extracellular Polymeric Substances (EPSs) in Ocean Systems
AW Decho, T Gutierrez
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 922; doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.00922, 2017
1992017
A laboratory investigation of cyanobacterial extracellular polymeric secretions (EPS) in influencing CaCO3 polymorphism
T Kawaguchi, AW Decho
Journal of Crystal Growth 240 (1-2), 230-235, 2002
1872002
Quorum sensing in natural environments: emerging views from microbial mats
AW Decho, RS Norman, PT Visscher
Trends in microbiology 18 (2), 73-80, 2010
1602010
Antimicrobial metallopolymers and their bioconjugates with conventional antibiotics against multidrug-resistant bacteria
J Zhang, YP Chen, KP Miller, MS Ganewatta, M Bam, Y Yan, M Nagarkatti, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (13), 4873-4876, 2014
1582014
When nanoparticles meet biofilms—interactions guiding the environmental fate and accumulation of nanoparticles
K Ikuma, AW Decho, BLT Lau
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 591, 2015
1422015
Exopolymer microdomains as a structuring agent for heterogeneity within microbial biofilms
AW Decho
Microbial sediments, 9-15, 2000
1402000
Robust antimicrobial compounds and polymers derived from natural resin acids
J Wang, YP Chen, K Yao, PA Wilbon, W Zhang, L Ren, J Zhou, ...
Chemical Communications 48 (6), 916-918, 2012
1382012
Inorganic nanoparticles engineered to attack bacteria
KP Miller, L Wang, BC Benicewicz, AW Decho
Chemical Society Reviews 44 (21), 7787-7807, 2015
1352015
Autoinducers extracted from microbial mats reveal a surprising diversity of N‐acylhomoserine lactones (AHLs) and abundance changes that may relate to diel pH
AW Decho, PT Visscher, J Ferry, T Kawaguchi, L He, KM Przekop, ...
Environmental microbiology 11 (2), 409-420, 2009
1342009
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