Lesley Anne Glover - Selected publications#

Prof Glover published well over 200 scientific papers and Chapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings. Well over dozen of her papers have been cited over 100 times. Total citation is close to 4000. Hirsch index (based on web of sci) 33

She published several review chapters in books, as well as presented invited talks at major conferences in the field.

Among most cited papers co-authored by LA Glover are (data from goole scholar April 2014)

  • Molecular analysis of bacterial community structure and diversity in unimproved and improved upland grass pastures, Applied and environmental microbiology 65,1721 (1999) (Cit 385)
  • Numerical analysis of grassland bacterial community structure under different land management regimens by using 16S ribosomal DNA sequence data, Applied and environmental microbiology 67, 4554 (2001) (cit 262)
  • Bacterial diversity promotes community stability and functional resilience after perturbation, Environmental Microbiology 7, 301(2005) (Cit 189)
  • Cell density-regulated recovery of starved biofilm populations of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria, Applied and environmental microbiology 63, 2281 (1997) (Cit 136)
  • Identification of the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Tylospora fibrillosa Donk by RFLP analysis of the PCR‐amplified ITS and IGS regions of ribosomal DNA, New Phytologist, 126, 525 (1994) (Cit 135)
  • Luminescence-based nonextractive technique for in situ detection of Escherichia coli in soil., Applied and environmental microbiology 56, 3368 (1990) (Cit 134)
  • Fate of free DNA and transformation of the oral bacterium Streptococcus gordonii DL1 by plasmid DNA in human saliva, Applied and environmental microbiology 65, 6 (1999) (Cit127)
  • Luminescence-based detection of activity of starved and viable but nonculturable bacteria., Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 6, 1308( 1994) (Cit 114)
  • Spatial structure in soil chemical and microbiological properties in an upland grassland, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 49, 191–205, 2004 (Cit 111 )
  • The relationship between microbial community structure and functional stability, tested experimentally in an upland pasture soil, Microbial Ecology, 47, 104 (2004) (Cit 106)
  • Impact of Sublethal Levels of Environmental Pollutants Found in Sewage Sludge on a Novel Caenorhabditis elegans Model Biosensor. PLoS ONE 7 (10): (2012).
  • Luminescence-based systems for detection of bacteria in the environment. Critical Reviews in Biotechnology, vol 16, no. 2, pp. 157-183 (1996)

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