Ferdinand  Postma
Ferdinand Postma
Postdoctoral fellow; Industrial and Mining Water Research Unit; Global Change and Sustainability
Verified email at wits.ac.za
TitleCited byYear
Diversity and characterization of culturable fungi from marine sediment collected from St. Helena Bay, South Africa
M Mouton, F Postma, J Wilsenach, A Botha
Microbial ecology 64 (2), 311-319, 2012
292012
Soil bacterial communities associated with natural and commercial Cyclopia spp.
A Postma, E Slabbert, F Postma, K Jacobs
FEMS microbiology ecology 92 (3), fiw016, 2016
102016
The availability of second generation feedstocks for the treatment of acid mine drainage and to improve South Africa's bio-based economy
DK Westensee, K Rumbold, KG Harding, CM Sheridan, LD van Dyk, ...
Science of the Total Environment 637, 132-136, 2018
22018
Binary interactions of antagonistic bacteria with Candida albicans under aerobic and anaerobic conditions
E Benadé, W Stone, M Mouton, F Postma, J Wilsenach, A Botha
Microbial ecology 71 (3), 645-659, 2016
22016
Symbiotic interactions of culturable microbes with the nickel hyperaccumulator Berkheya coddii and the herbivorous insect Chrysolina clathrata
F Postma, J Mesjasz-Przybyłowicz, W Przybyłowicz, W Stone, M Mouton, ...
Symbiosis 58 (1-3), 209-220, 2012
22012
Linking the occurrence of cutaneous opportunistic fungal invaders with elemental concentrations in false killer whale (Pseudorca crassidens) skin
M Mouton, W Przybylowicz, J Mesjasz‐Przybylowicz, F Postma, ...
Environmental microbiology reports 7 (5), 728-737, 2015
12015
The microcyclic conidial stage of Coniochaeta pulveracea and its effect on selected biological interactions
A van Heerden, M Mouton, F Postma, PWJ van Wyk, B Lerm, WH Van Zyl, ...
Folia microbiologica 61 (4), 319-328, 2016
2016
Yeasts and other culturable microorganisms associated with the nickel hyperaccumulator Berkheya coddii and its insect herbivore, Chrysolina clathrata
F Postma
Stellenbosch: Stellenbosch University, 2013
2013
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