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Dr. Xiaozhen Mou

Dr. Xiaozhen Mou

Kent State University, USA


Email: xmou@kent.edu


Qualifications

2006  Ph.D., University of Georgia, USA

2000  M.Sc., Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

1997  B.Sc., Qingdao University, China


Publications (selected)

  1. Mou X, Vila-Costa M, Sun S, Zhao W, Sharma S and Moran MA. 2011. Metatranscriptomic signature of exogenous polyamine utilization by coastal bacterioplankton. Environmental Microbiology Reports. DOI:10.1111/j.1758-2229.2011.00289.x
  2. Robbins S, Jacob J, Lu X, Moran MA and Mou X. 2011. Bromodeoxyuridine (BrdU) Labeling and Subsequent Fluorescence Activated Cell Sorting for Culture-independent Identification of Dissolved Organic Carbon-degrading Bacterioplankton Journal of Visulized Experiments. DOI: 10.3791/2855.
  3. Zhao W, Song Z, Jiang H, Li W, Mou X, Romanek CS, Wiegel J, Dong H and Zhang C-L. 2011 Ammonia-oxidizing archaea in Kamchatka hot springs. Geomicrobiology Journal. 28: 149-159.
  4. Fernandez-Guerra A, Buchan A, Mou X, Casamayor E O and Gonzalez J M. 2010. T-RFPred: a nucleotide sequence size prediction tool for microbial community description based on Terminal-Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism chromatograms. BMC Microbiology 10:262.
  5. Mou X, Sun S, Rayapati and Moran MA. 2010. Genes for transport and metabolism of spermidine in Silicibacter pomeroyi DSS-3 and other marine bacteria. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 58: 311–321.
  6. Poretsky R, Sun S, Mou X and Moran MA. 2009. Transporter genes expressed by coastal bacterioplankton in response to dissolved organic carbon. Environmental Microbiology 12:616-27.
  7. Edmonds JW, Weston NB, Joye SB, Mou X and Moran MA. 2009. Microbial community response to seawater amendment in low-salinity tidal sediments. Microbial Ecology 58:558-68.
  8. Mou X, Sun SL, Edwards R, Hodson RE and Moran MA. 2008. Generalist species dominate bacterial carbon processing in the coastal ocean. Nature 451:708-711.
  9. Mou X, Hodson RE and Moran MA. 2007. Bacterioplankton assemblages transforming dissolved organic compounds in coastal seawater. Environmental Microbiology. 9: 2025-2037. Doi:10.1111/j.1462-2920.2007.01318.x.
  10. Mou X, Moran MA, Stepanauskas R, Gonzàles JM and Hodson RE. 2005. Culture-independent identification of bacterioplankton involved in DMSP transformations by flow cytometric cell sorting andsubsequent molecular analyses. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 71:1405-1416.
  11. Zhao W, Song J, Li P and Mou X. 2002. Vertical transfer processes of nitrogen and phorosphous in the Zhubi reef in Nansha, South China Sea. Progress in Natural Science. 12(2): 212-214.
  12. Zhao W, Song JM and Mou X. 2001. Cooperation model of nutrition processes in coral reef ecosystem. Bulletin of national science foundation of China. 15: 32-35.
  13. Mou X, Fan X and Han L. 2000. Reviews of research on auxins in algae. Studia Marina Sinica 00:40-45.
  14. Sui X, Han Y, Qiao S and Mou X, 1999, Study on the extraction and isolation of Ginkgolide from Ginkgo Biloba leaves. China Food Additives, 2: 25-28.