102 Microbial Responses to the Environment: I

Oral Session
S03 Soil Biology & Biochemistry

This session examines how physical, chemical, and biological soil properties affect microbial community biomass, diversity, structure, and function.

Monday, November 1, 2010: 12:55 PM-3:55 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Room 104B, First Floor

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Rhae Drijber
Aixin Hou , Paul White and Jean McLain
12:55 PM
Introductory Remarks
1:00 PM
Controls On Soil Microbial Biomass Carbon and Nitrogen In Agricultural Systems: a Meta-Analysis.
Cynthia Kallenbach, Michigan State University; Stuart Grandy, Michigan State University
1:15 PM
Factors Controlling Microbial Community Structure in An Agroecosystem.
Jeffrey Buyer, USDA-ARS; Jude Maul, USDA-ARS; Daniel Roberts, USDA-ARS; John Teasdale, USDA-ARS; Inga Zasada, USDA-ARS; Thad Stanton, USDA-ARS; David Alt, USDA-ARS; Darrell Bayles, USDA-ARS
1:30 PM
Soil Chemical and Biochemical Surveys of Sweet Cherry Agroecosystems In the Pacific Northwest.
Jennifer Moore-Kucera, Texas Tech University; Veronica Acosta-Martinez, USDA-ARS; Anita Azarenko, Oregon State University; David Myrold, Oregon State University; David Wester, Texas Tech University
1:45 PM
2:20 PM
Correlating Attachment Behavior with Cell Properties for Eight Porcine Escherichia Coli Isolates.
Carl Bolster, USDA-ARS; Kimberly Cook, USDA-ARS; Ian Marcus, University of California, Riverside; Berat Haznedaroglu, University of California, Riverside; Sharon Walker, University of California, Riverside
3:25 PM
Microbial Response to Carbon Input From Soil-Stabilizing Amendments Used with Dredged Sediment for Coastal Wetland Restoration.
Lauren Land, Louisiana State University; Robert Gambrell, Louisiana State University; John White, Louisiana State University
3:05 PM
3:40 PM
Decomposer Communities Mediate Changes in Litter Chemistry and Decomposition Dynamics.
Stuart Grandy, Michigan State University; Kyle Wickings, Michigan State University
3:55 PM