Microbial Ecology, Marine Microbiology, Microbial Diversity

Publications

  • Brown MV, Philip GK, Bunge JA, Smith MC, Bissett A, Lauro FM, Fuhrman JA & SP Donachie (2009) Microbial community structure in the North Pacific ocean. The ISME Journal 3(12):1374-86.
  • Mahdi LE, Statzell-Tallman A, Fell JW, Brown MV & SP Donachie (2008) Sympodiomycopsis lanaiensis sp. nov., a basidiomycetous yeast (Ustilaginomycotina: Microstromatales) from marine driftwood in Hawai'i. FEMS Yeast Res 8(8):1357-63.
  • Donachie SP, Foster JS & MV Brown (2007) Culture clash: Challenging the dogma of microbial diversity. The ISME Journal 1:97-102
  • Brown MV & SP Donachie (2007) Phylogeny and distribution of the marine delta proteobacterial SAR324. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 46:107-115
  • Donachie SP, Bowman JP & M Alam (2006) Nesiotobacter exalbescens gen. nov., sp. nov., a moderately thermophilic alphaproteobacterium from an Hawaiian hypersaline lake. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 56:563-567
  • Mahdi L, Statzell-Tallman A, Fell JW, Brown MV, Donachie S (in press) Sympodiomycopsis lanaiensis sp. nov., a basidiomycetous yeast (Ustilaginomycotina: Microstromatales) from marine driftwood in Hawai‘i. FEMS Yeast Research
  • Mahdi L (2006) A Survey of Hawaiian Marine Fungi and Yeast. University of Hawai‘i, Manoa, Master's Degree Thesis.
  • Donachie SP, JP Bowman, SL. On & M Alam (2005) Arcobacter halophilus sp. nov., the first obligate halophile in the genus Arcobacter. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 55:1271-1277 [pdf]
  • Turkiewicz M, M Pazgier, SP Donachie & H Kalinowska (2005) Invertase and α-glucosidase production by the endemic Antarctic marine yeast, Leucosporidium antarcticum. Polish Polar Research 26:125-136
  • Donachie SP, S Hou, K-S Lee, CW Riley, A Pikina, C Belisle, S Kempe, TS Gregory, A Bossuyt, J Boerema, J Liu, TA Freitas, A Malahoff & M Alam (2004) The Hawaiian Archipelago: A Microbial Diversity Hotspot. Microbial Ecology 48:509-520 [pdf]
  • Donachie SP, JP Bowman & M Alam (2004) Psychroflexus tropicus, sp. nov., a new, obligately halophilic CFB group bacterium isolated from an Hawaiian hypersaline lake. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 54:935-940 [pdf]
  • Hou S, JH Saw, K-S Lee, TA Freitas, C Belisle, Y Kawarabayasi, SP Donachie, MY Galperin, EV Koonin, KS Makarova, MV Omelchenko, A Sorokin, Y Wolf, Q Li, YS Keum, S Campbell, J Denery, S-I Aizawa, S Shibata, A Malahoff & M Alam (2004) Genome sequence of the deep-sea γ-Proteobacterium Idiomarina Ioihiensis reveals amino acid fermentation as source of carbon and energy. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 101:18036-18041 [pdf]
  • Donachie SP, S Hou, TS Gregory, A Malahoff & M Alam (2003) Idiomarina loihiensis, sp. nov., a new halophilic γ-Proteobacterium isolated from the Lo‘ihi submarine volcano, Hawai‘i. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 53:1873-1879 [pdf]
  • Donachie SP, D Kunkel, A Malahoff, B Christenson & M Alam (2002) Microbial community in acidic hydrothermal waters of volcanically active White Island, New Zealand. Extremophiles 6:419-425
  • Malahoff A, T Gregory, A Bossuyt, SP Donachie & M Alam (2002) A seamless system for the collection and cultivation of extremophiles from deep-ocean hydrothermal vents. IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering 27:862-868
  • Donachie SP, JC Christian & DM Karl (2001) Nutrient regulation of bacterial production and ectoenzyme activities in the subtropical North Pacific Ocean. Deep-Sea Research II 48:1719-1732 [pdf]
  • Donachie SP, RA Kinzie III, DW Sadler, RR Bidigare & DM Karl (1999) Lake Kauhako, Moloka‘i, Hawai’i: Biological and chemical aspects of a morphoectogenic meromictic lake. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 19:93-109
  • Donachie SP & MK Zdanowski (1998) Potential digestive function of bacteria in krill, Euphausia superba stomach. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 14:129-136
  • Donachie SP, LM Tupas, CJ Carrillo, DM Karl & JC Christian (1997) A cross-site study of microbial ectoenzyme activities and regulation: Preliminary results from the Palmer LTER component. Antarctic Journal of the United States 32:148-151
  • Donachie SP (1996) A seasonal study of marine bacteria in Admiralty Bay (Antarctica). Proceedings of the National Institute of Polar Research Symposium on Polar Biology 9:111-124
  • Donachie SP (1995) Ecophysiological description of marine bacteria from Admiralty Bay (Antarctica), and the digestive tracts of selected euphausiidae. In: S Rakusa-Suszczewski and SP Donachie (eds.) Microbiology of Antarctic marine environments and krill intestine, its decomposition and digestive enzymes. Department of Antarctic Biology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, pp. 101-196
  • Donachie SP, R Saborowski, G Peters & F Buchholz (1995) Bacterial digestive enzyme activity in the stomach and hepatopancreas of Meganyctiphanes norvegica (M. Sars, 1857). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 188:151-165
  • Donachie SP (1994) Henryk Arctowski Station: Mixing science and tourism. Annals of Tourism Research 21:333-343
  • Donachie SP (1993) Scientific and tourist activities. In: The Maritime Antarctic Coastal Ecosystem of Admiralty Bay. S. Rakusa-Suszczewski (ed.). Department of Antarctic Biology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland. pp. 213-216
  • Zdanowski MK & SP Donachie (1993) Bacteria in the sea-ice zone between Elephant Island and the South Orkneys during the Polish sea-ice zone expedition (December 1988 to January 1989). Polar Biology 13:245-254
  • Zdanowski MK & SP Donachie (1993) Bacterioplankton. In: S. Rakusa-Suszczewski (ed.) The Maritime Antarctic Coastal Ecosystem of Admiralty Bay. Department of Antarctic Biology, Warsaw pp. 39-44
  • Saborowski R, SP Donachie, G Peters, RAH Vetter & F Buchholz (1992) The contribution of bacteria to the production of chitinolytic enzymes in the digestive tract of Meganyctiphanes norvegica. Proceedings of the German Zoological Society 85:164

Book

  • Rakusa-Suszczewski, S. & S.P. Donachie (eds.) (1995) Microbiology of Antarctic marine environments and krill intestine, its decomposition and digestive enzymes. Department of Antarctic Biology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 254 p.