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Antarctic microbial communities are functionally redundant, adapted and resistant to short term temperature perturbations
SZ de Scally, TP Makhalanyane, A Frossard, ID Hogg, DA Cowan
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 103, 160-170, 2016
412016
Increased temperatures alter viable microbial biomass, ammonia oxidizing bacteria and extracellular enzymatic activities in Antarctic soils
S Barnard, MW Van Goethem, SZ de Scally, DA Cowan, PJ van Rensburg, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 96 (5), fiaa065, 2020
182020
Polar opposites; bacterioplankton susceptibility and mycoplankton resistance to ocean acidification
SZ de Scally, S Chaffron, TP Makhalanyane
22020
4. Microbiology of Antarctic Edaphic and Lithic Habitats
TP Makhalanyane, SZ de Scally, DA Cowan
The Biology of Arid Soils, 47-72, 2017
22017
The Biology of Arid Soils
AJ Antoninka, D Babin, F Bastida, MA Bowker, B Büdel, DA Cowan, ...
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, 2017
2017
Understanding the effects of nitrogen amendments on Antarctic soil microbial community resilience, resistance and redundancy
B Bhika Kooverjee, S De Scally, A Valverde, DA Cowan, ...
South African National Antarctic Programme (SANAP), 2016
2016
Understanding the structural and functional responses of Southern Ocean microbial guilds to ocean acidification
SZ De Scally, DA Cowan, TP Makhalanyane
South African National Antarctic Programme (SANAP), 2016
2016
Bacterioplankton and Mycoplankton interactions-responses to ocean acidification in the Southern Ocean
S de Scally, T Makhalanyane
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