Research Publications for Hugh W Morgan
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Morgan, H. (2010). Life in hell: Survivors of salt and acid. In A Coproduction ARTE France-Mona Lisa Production -CNRS Images -IRD Audiovisuel, DVD.
Keeley, B. J., Knappy, C. S., & Morgan, H. W. (2010). H-shaped lipids in the crenarchaeote, Ignisphaera aggregans, correlate with growth temperature. Poster session presented at the meeting of 8th International Congress on Extremophiles. Conference held at Sao Miguel, Azores, Portugal.
Morgan, H. (2010). A brief history of genomics. In New Zealand Microbial Ecology Consortium Seminar Day. Conference held at University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Morgan, H. (2010). Extremophiles research: projects underway. In New Zealand Microbial Ecology Consortium Seminar Day. Conference held at University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Daughney, C. J., Hetzer, A., Heinrich, H. T. M., Burnett, P. G., Weerts, M., Morgan, H., . . . McQuillan, A. J. (2010). Proton and cadmium adsorption by the archaeon Thermococcus zilligii: Generalising the contrast between thermophiles and mesophiles as sorbents. Chemical Geology, 273, 82-90. doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2010.02.014
Morgan, H. (2010). Lignocellulose conversion: The holy grail for bioethanol or a false dawn. In Rotorua RSNZ Group, Scion Research, Rotorua, New Zealand.
Williams, T. C., Lee, C. K., & Morgan, H. W. (2010). Wood waste to bioethanol?-Lignocellulose degraders in the huhu grub gut. Poster session presented at the meeting of 13th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology. Conference held at Seattle, WA, USA.
Xavier, R. N., Morgan, H., McDonald, I. R., & Withers, H. (2010). It's a feast or a famine - can Escherichia coli 0157:H7 survive the rigors of starvation and go on to live another day?. In Proceedings of PhD Student Conference (pp. 16). Hamilton, New Zealand: University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Khalid, A., & Morgan, H. (2009). Do Nanoarchaea exist in New Zealand hot pools. In Biological Sciences PhD Student Conference Day. Conference held at University of Waikato. Hamilton, New Zealand.
Morgan, H. W., & Rueckert, A. (2008). 545894, Solution pre-treatment. New Zealand.