Nadarajah, N., D. G. Allen and R.R. Fulthorpe. 2010. Composition of activated sludge settling and planktonic bacterial communities treating industrial effluent and their correlation to settling problems. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 88(5): 1205-1214.
Roesch, L.R.W, R.R. Fulthorpe, R.J. S. Jacques, F. M. Bento and F. A. de Oliveira Camargo. 2010. Biogeography of diazotrophic bacteria in soils. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. 26(8):1503-1508.
Febria, C., R.R. Fulthorpe and D.D. Williams. 2010. Characterizing seasonal changes in physicochemistry and bacterial community composition in hyporheic sediments of the Speed River, southern Ontario, Canada. Hydrobiologia 647(1):113-126.
Fulthorpe, R. R. and Eva M. Top. 2009. Evolution of new catalytic functions through gene assembly by mobile genetic elements. Timmis, K and J. R. van der Meer (eds).: Microbiology of Hydrocarbons, Oils, Lipids and Derived Compounds. Springer.
Febria, C., R.R. Fulthorpe and D.D. Williams. 2009. Characterizing seasonal changes in physicochemistry and bacterial community composition in hyporheic sediments of the Speed River, southern Ontario, Canada. Hydrobiologia, in press.
Fulthorpe, R. R., L. Roesch, G. Cassella and E. Triplett. 2008. Randomly sampled soils have few bacterial species in common. Journal of the International Society for Microbial Ecology 2(9):901-910
Roesch, L. Roberta Fulthorpe, Alberto Riva, George Casella, Alison Hadwin, Angela Kent, Samira Daroub, Flavio Camargo, William Farmerie and Eric Triplett. 2007. Pyrosequencing enumerates and contrasts soil microbial diversity. Journal of the International Society for Microbial Ecology 1:283-290.
Nadarajah, N., D.G. Allen and R.R. Fulthorpe. 2007. Effects of temperature transient conditions on the divergence of activated sludge bacterial community structure and function. Water Research 41(12):2563-71.
Milestone, C.B., T. R. Stuthridge and R.R. Fulthorpe. 2007. The role of high molecular mass organics in colour formation during biological treatment of pulp and paper wastewater. Water Science and Technology 55(6):191-198.
Datta, I. R. R. Fulthorpe, S. Sharma and D. Grant Allen. 2006. Application of organic compounds in high temperature biofiltration of hydrogen sulphide. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 74(3) 708-716.
Gilbride, K.A., A. Cesnik, J. Gawat, D. Frigon, and R.R. Fulthorpe. 2006. Effect of chemical and physical parameters on a pulp mill biotreatment community. Water Research 40(4):775-787
Kirkwood, A., C. Nalewajko, R. R. Fulthorpe. 2006. The effects of cyanobacterial exudates on bacterial growth and biodegradation of organic contaminants. Microbial Ecology 51(1) 4-12.
Lang, G.H., Naoto Ogawa, Yusuke Tanaka,Takeshi Fujii, Roberta R Fulthorpe, Masao Fukuda, and Kiyotaka Miyashita. 2005. Two kinds of chloroctechol 1,2-dioxygenase from 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetate-degrading Sphingomonas sp. strain TFD44. 2005. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 332 (4): 941-948
Kirkwood, A., C. Nalewajko, R. R. Fulthorpe. 2005. The impacts of cyanobacteria on pulp and paper wastewater toxicity and biodegradation of wastewater contaminants. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 51(7):531-540
Gilbride, K.A. and R. R. Fulthorpe. 2004. A survey of the composition and diversity of bacterial populations in bleached kraft pulp-mill wastewater secondary treatment systems. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 50:633-644.
Wang DY, Fulthorpe R, Liss SN, E.A. Edwards. 2004. Identification of estrogen-responsive genes by complementary deoxyribonucleic acid microarray and characterization of a novel early estrogen-induced gene: EEIG. Molecular Endocrinology 18 (2): 402-411
Milestone C.B., Fulthorpe, R.R., Stuthridge T.R. 2004.The formation of colour during biological treatment of pulp and paper wastewater. Water Science and Technology 50 (3): 87-94 2004
Dennis, P, E. Edwards, S.N. Liss, R. Fulthorpe. 2003. Monitoring gene expression in mixed microbial communities using DNA microarrays. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69(2):769-778.
Storey, R., D.D. Williams and R. Fulthorpe. 2003. Nitrogen processing in the hyporheic zone of an N-rich stream. Biogeochemistry 69 (3): 285-313
Francois, E., D. Wang, R. Fulthorpe, S.N. Liss, and E.A. Edwards. 2003. DNA microarrays for detecting endocrine-disrupting compounds. Journal of Biotechnological Advances 22 (1-2): 17-26
Kirkwood, A., C. Nalewajko, R. R. Fulthorpe. 2003. Physiological characteristics of cyanobacteria from pulp and paper waste-treatment systems. Journal of Applied Phycology 15 (4) : 325-335
Dennis, P.C., B.E. Sleep, R.R. Fulthorpe and S.N. Liss. 2003. Phylogenetic characterization of an anaerobic consortium capable of degrading saturation concentrations of tetrachloroethene. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 49:15-27
Williams, D.D. and R.R. Fulthorpe. 2003. An assessment of the microbial and insect fauna of chlorobenzene contaminated hyporheic sediments. Canadian Journal of Zoology 81:789-802
Baker, C.J.O., R. R. Fulthorpe and Gilbride, K.A.. 2003. An assessment of the variability of pulp mill waste water treatment system bacterial communities using molecular methods. Water Quality Research Journal of Canada 38:227-242.
Kirkwood, A., C. Nalewajko, and R. R. Fulthorpe. 2001. The occurrence of cyanobacteria in pulp and paper waste treatment systems. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 47:761-766.
Kong, Z., Farhana, L., R. Fulthorpe and D.G. Allen. 2001. Treatment of volatile organic compounds in a biotrickling filter under thermophilic conditions. Environmental Science and Technology 35:4347-4352.
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