John E. Hallsworth
John E. Hallsworth
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Ecology of aspergillosis: insights into the pathogenic potency of Aspergillus fumigatus and some other Aspergillus species
C Paulussen, JE Hallsworth, S Álvarez‐Pérez, WC Nierman, PG Hamill, ...
Microbial Biotechnology 10, 296-322, 2017
A new analysis of Mars “special regions”: Findings of the second MEPAG Special Regions Science Analysis Group (SR-SAG2)
JD Rummel, DW Beaty, MA Jones, C Bakermans, NG Barlow, PJ Boston, ...
Astrobiology 14 (11), 887-968, 2014
Is there a common water-activity limit for the three domains of life?
A Stevenson, JA Cray, JP Williams, R Santos, R Sahay, N Neuenkirchen, ...
The ISME Journal 9, 1333-1351, 2015
Limits of life in MgCl2‐containing environments: chaotropicity defines the window
JE Hallsworth, MM Yakimov, PN Golyshin, JLM Gillion, G D'Auria, ...
Environmental Microbiology 9 (3), 801-813, 2007
The biology of habitat dominance; can microbes behave as weeds?
JA Cray, ANW Bell, P Bhaganna, AY Mswaka, DJ Timson, JE Hallsworth
Microbial Biotechnology 6 (5), 453-492, 2013
Water structure and chaotropicity: their uses, abuses and implications for biology
P Ball, JE Hallsworth
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (13), 8297-8305, 2015
Plant extract: A promising biomatrix for ecofriendly, controlled synthesis of silver nanoparticles
HP Borase, BK Salunke, RB Salunkhe, CD Patil, JE Hallsworth, BS Kim, ...
Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 173 (1), 1-29, 2014
Water and temperature relations of growth of the entomogenous fungi Beauveria bassiana, Metarhizium anisopliae, and Paecilomyces farinosus
JE Hallsworth, N Magan
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 74 (3), 261-266, 1999
Culture age, temperature, and pH affect the polyol and trehalose contents of fungal propagules
JE Hallsworth, N Magan
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 62 (7), 2435-2442, 1996
Ethanol-induced water stress in yeast
JE Hallsworth
Journal of Fermentation and Bioengineering 85 (2), 125-137, 1998
Stratified prokaryote network in the oxic–anoxic transition of a deep-sea halocline
D Daffonchio, S Borin, T Brusa, L Brusetti, PWJJ van Der Wielen, ...
Nature 440 (7081), 203-207, 2006
Manipulation of intracellular glycerol and erythritol enhances germination of conidia at low water availability
JE Hallsworth, N Magan
Microbiology 141 (5), 1109-1115, 1995
A universal measure of chaotropicity and kosmotropicity
JA Cray, JT Russell, DJ Timson, RS Singhal, JE Hallsworth
Environmental Microbiology 15 (1), 287-296, 2013
Chaotropicity: a key factor in product tolerance of biofuel-producing microorganisms
JA Cray, A Stevenson, P Ball, SB Bankar, ECA Eleutherio, TC Ezeji, ...
Current Opinion in Biotechnology 33, 228-259, 2015
Chaotropic solutes cause water stress in Pseudomonas putida
JE Hallsworth, S Heim, KN Timmis
Environmental Microbiology 5 (12), 1270-1280, 2003
Microbiology of sugar‐rich environments: diversity, ecology and system constraints
B Lievens, JE Hallsworth, MI Pozo, ZB Belgacem, A Stevenson, ...
Environmental Microbiology 17, 278-298, 2015
Limits of life in hostile environments: no barriers to biosphere function?
JP Williams, JE Hallsworth
Environmental Microbiology 11 (12), 3292-3308, 2009
Multiplication of microbes below 0.690 water activity: implications for terrestrial and extraterrestrial life
A Stevenson, J Burkhardt, CS Cockell, JA Cray, J Dijksterhuis, ...
Environmental Microbiology 17, 257-277, 2015
Solutes determine the temperature windows for microbial survival and growth
JP Chin, J Megaw, CL Magill, K Nowotarski, JP Williams, P Bhaganna, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107, 7835-7840, 2010
Effect of carbohydrate type and concentration on polyhydroxy alcohol and trehalose content of conidia of three entomopathogenic fungi
JE Hallsworth, N Magan
Microbiology 140 (10), 2705-2713, 1994
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