Jesse Dillon
Jesse Dillon
Professor of Biological Sciences, California State University Long Beach
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Molecular characterization of sulfate-reducing bacteria in the Guaymas Basin
A Dhillon, A Teske, J Dillon, DA Stahl, ML Sogin
Applied and environmental microbiology 69 (5), 2765-2772, 2003
Effect of environmental factors on the synthesis of scytonemin, a UV-screening pigment, in a cyanobacterium (Chroococcidiopsis sp.)
JG Dillon, CM Tatsumi, PG Tandingan, RW Castenholz
Archives of microbiology 177, 322-331, 2002
Scytonemin, a cyanobacterial sheath pigment, protects against UVC radiation: implications for early photosynthetic life
JG Dillon, RW Castenholz
Journal of Phycology 35 (4), 673-681, 1999
Patterns of microbial diversity along a salinity gradient in the Guerrero Negro solar saltern, Baja CA Sur, Mexico
JG Dillon, M Carlin, A Gutierrez, V Nguyen, N McLain
Frontiers in microbiology 4, 399, 2013
Linkage of high rates of sulfate reduction in Yellowstone hot springs to unique sequence types in the dissimilatory sulfate respiration pathway
S Fishbain, JG Dillon, HL Gough, DA Stahl
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69 (6), 3663-3667, 2003
California State University
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Spatial and temporal variability in a stratified hypersaline microbial mat community
JG Dillon, S Miller, B Bebout, M Hullar, N Pinel, DA Stahl
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 68 (1), 46-58, 2009
Characterization of halophiles isolated from solar salterns in Baja California, Mexico
S Sabet, L Diallo, L Hays, W Jung, JG Dillon
Extremophiles 13, 643-656, 2009
High rates of sulfate reduction in a low-sulfate hot spring microbial mat are driven by a low level of diversity of sulfate-respiring microorganisms
JG Dillon, S Fishbain, SR Miller, BM Bebout, KS Habicht, SM Webb, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73 (16), 5218-5226, 2007
Seasonal changes in bacterial diversity in the Salton Sea
JG Dillon, LM McMath, AL Trout
Hydrobiologia 632, 49-64, 2009
The synthesis of the UV‐screening pigment, scytonemin, and photosynthetic performance in isolates from closely related natural populations of cyanobacteria (Calothrix sp.)
JG Dillon, RW Castenholz
Environmental Microbiology 5 (6), 484-491, 2003
UV‐acclimation responses in natural populations of cyanobacteria (Calothrix sp.)
JG Dillon, SR Miller, RW Castenholz
Environmental Microbiology 5 (6), 473-483, 2003
Lignocellulose-responsive bacteria in a southern California salt marsh identified by stable isotope probing
LE Darjany, CR Whitcraft, JG Dillon
Frontiers in Microbiology 5, 263, 2014
Characterization of chemosynthetic microbial mats associated with intertidal hydrothermal sulfur vents in white point, San Pedro, CA, USA
PJ Miranda, NK McLain, R Hatzenpichler, VJ Orphan, JG Dillon
Frontiers in Microbiology 7, 1163, 2016
Stable isotope phenotyping via cluster analysis of NanoSIMS data as a method for characterizing distinct microbial ecophysiologies and sulfur-cycling in the environment
KS Dawson, S Scheller, JG Dillon, VJ Orphan
Frontiers in Microbiology 7, 774, 2016
Diversity of Desulfobacteriaceae and overall activity of sulfate-reducing microorganisms in and around a salt pan in a southern California coastal wetland
KL Jackson, CR Whitcraft, JG Dillon
Wetlands 34, 969-977, 2014
Broad Environmental Tolerance for a Salicola Host-Phage Pair Isolated from the Cargill Solar Saltworks, Newark, CA, USA
ML Rodela, S Sabet, A Peterson, JG Dillon
Microorganisms 7 (4), 106, 2019
The role of sulfate reduction in stromatolites and microbial mats: ancient and modern perspectives
JG Dillon
Stromatolites: Interaction of microbes with sediments, 571-590, 2011
Cyanobacterial sequences retrieved directly from the Great Sippewissett Salt Marsh, MA, USA
J Dillon, A Wilmotte
Metrics for evaluating inundation impacts on the decomposer communities in a Southern California coastal salt marsh
N McLain, L Camargo, CR Whitcraft, JG Dillon
Wetlands 40, 2443-2459, 2020
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