Ulrich Stingl
Ulrich Stingl
Asst Professor for Microbial Ecology, University of Florida
Verified email at ufl.edu
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Molecular diversity and ecology of microbial plankton
SJ Giovannoni, U Stingl
Nature 437 (7057), 343-348, 2005
4172005
Proteorhodopsins: an array of physiological roles?
JA Fuhrman, MS Schwalbach, U Stingl
Nature Reviews Microbiology 6 (6), 488-494, 2008
2242008
The importance of culturing bacterioplankton in the'omics' age
S Giovannoni, U Stingl
Nature reviews microbiology 5 (10), 820-826, 2007
1722007
The small genome of an abundant coastal ocean methylotroph
SJ Giovannoni, DH Hayakawa, HJ Tripp, U Stingl, SA Givan, JC Cho, ...
Environmental Microbiology 10 (7), 1771-1782, 2008
1652008
Microbiology of the Red Sea (and other) deep‐sea anoxic brine lakes
A Antunes, DK Ngugi, U Stingl
Environmental microbiology reports 3 (4), 416-433, 2011
1642011
Improvements of high-throughput culturing yielded novel SAR11 strains and other abundant marine bacteria from the Oregon coast and the Bermuda Atlantic Time Series study site
U Stingl, HJ Tripp, SJ Giovannoni
The ISME journal 1 (4), 361-371, 2007
1472007
Niche heterogeneity determines bacterial community structure in the termite gut (Reticulitermes santonensis)
H Yang, D Schmitt‐Wagner, U Stingl, A Brune
Environmental Microbiology 7 (7), 916-932, 2005
1402005
The SAR92 clade: an abundant coastal clade of culturable marine bacteria possessing proteorhodopsin
U Stingl, RA Desiderio, JC Cho, KL Vergin, SJ Giovannoni
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 73 (7), 2290-2296, 2007
1322007
Physicochemical conditions and microbial activities in the highly alkaline gut of the humus-feeding larva of Pachnoda ephippiata (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae)
T Lemke, U Stingl, M Egert, MW Friedrich, A Brune
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 69 (11), 6650-6658, 2003
1302003
“Endomicrobia”: cytoplasmic symbionts of termite gut protozoa form a separate phylum of prokaryotes
U Stingl, R Radek, H Yang, A Brune
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 71 (3), 1473-1479, 2005
1222005
Structure and topology of microbial communities in the major gut compartments of Melolontha melolontha larvae (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae)
M Egert, U Stingl, LD Bruun, B Pommerenke, A Brune, MW Friedrich
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 71 (8), 4556-4566, 2005
1002005
Biogeography of pelagic bacterioplankton across an antagonistic temperature–salinity gradient in the Red Sea
DK Ngugi, A Antunes, A Brune, U Stingl
Molecular ecology 21 (2), 388-405, 2012
902012
Phylogenetic diversity of ‘Endomicrobia’and their specific affiliation with termite gut flagellates
W Ikeda-Ohtsubo, M Desai, U Stingl, A Brune
Microbiology 153 (10), 3458-3465, 2007
792007
Diet strongly influences the gut microbiota of surgeonfishes
S Miyake, DK Ngugi, U Stingl
Molecular ecology 24 (3), 656-672, 2015
772015
The phylogeny of endolithic microbes associated with marine basalts
OU Mason, U Stingl, LJ Wilhelm, MM Moeseneder, CA Di Meo‐Savoie, ...
Environmental Microbiology 9 (10), 2539-2550, 2007
752007
INDIGO–INtegrated data warehouse of MIcrobial GenOmes with examples from the red sea extremophiles
I Alam, A Antunes, AA Kamau, M Kalkatawi, U Stingl, VB Bajic
PloS one 8 (12), e82210, 2013
682013
Novel lineages of Planctomycetes densely colonize the alkaline gut of soil‐feeding termites (Cubitermes spp.)
T Köhler, U Stingl, K Meuser, A Brune
Environmental microbiology 10 (5), 1260-1270, 2008
622008
Symbionts of the gut flagellate Staurojoenina sp. from Neotermes cubanus represent a novel, termite-associated lineage of Bacteroidales: description of ‘Candidatus Vestibaculum …
U Stingl, A Maass, R Radek, A Brune
Microbiology 150 (7), 2229-2235, 2004
592004
Prokaryotic symbionts of termite gut flagellates: phylogenetic and metabolic implications of a tripartite symbiosis
A Brune, U Stingl
Molecular basis of symbiosis, 39-60, 2005
572005
“Candidatus Hepatoplasma crinochetorum,” a new, stalk-forming lineage of Mollicutes colonizing the midgut glands of a terrestrial isopod
Y Wang, U Stingl, F Anton-Erxleben, S Geisler, A Brune, M Zimmer
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 70 (10), 6166-6172, 2004
552004
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