Zachary Freedman
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Differential responses of total and active soil microbial communities to long-term experimental N deposition
ZB Freedman, KJ Romanowicz, RA Upchurch, DR Zak
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 90, 275-282, 2015
672015
Microbial mechanisms mediating increased soil C storage under elevated atmospheric N deposition
SD Eisenlord, Z Freedman, DR Zak, K Xue, Z He, J Zhou
Applied and environmental microbiology 79 (4), 1191-1199, 2013
642013
Soil bacterial communities are shaped by temporal and environmental filtering: evidence from a long‐term chronosequence
Z Freedman, DR Zak
Environmental Microbiology 17 (9), 3208-3218, 2015
602015
Mercury Resistance and Mercuric Reductase Activities and Expression among Chemotrophic Thermophilic Aquificae
Z Freedman, C Zhu, T Barkay
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78 (18), 6568-6575, 2012
522012
Anthropogenic N deposition increases soil organic matter accumulation without altering its biochemical composition
DR Zak, ZB Freedman, RA Upchurch, M Steffens, I Kögel‐Knabner
Global change biology 23 (2), 933-944, 2017
472017
Hormetic effects of heavy metals in aquatic snails: is a little bit of pollution good?
H Lefcort, Z Freedman, S House, M Pendleton
EcoHealth 5 (1), 10, 2008
442008
Atmospheric N deposition increases bacterial laccase-like multicopper oxidases: implications for organic matter decay
Z Freedman, DR Zak
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 80 (14), 4460-4468, 2014
412014
Anthropogenic N deposition slows decay by favoring bacterial metabolism: Insights from metagenomic analyses
ZB Freedman, RA Upchurch, DR Zak, LC Cline
Frontiers in microbiology 7, 259, 2016
392016
Atmospheric N deposition alters connectance, but not functional potential among saprotrophic bacterial communities
ZB Freedman, DR Zak
Molecular ecology 24 (12), 3170-3180, 2015
372015
Active microorganisms in forest soils differ from the total community yet are shaped by the same environmental factors: the influence of pH and soil moisture
KJ Romanowicz, ZB Freedman, RA Upchurch, WA Argiroff, DR Zak
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 92 (10), 2016
342016
An initial characterization of the mercury resistance (mer) system of the thermophilic bacterium Thermus thermophilus HB27
Y Wang, Z Freedman, P Lu-Irving, R Kaletsky, T Barkay
FEMS microbiology ecology 67 (1), 118-129, 2009
302009
Towards a molecular understanding of N cycling in northern hardwood forests under future rates of N deposition
Z Freedman, SD Eisenlord, DR Zak, K Xue, Z He, J Zhou
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 66, 130-138, 2013
262013
Soil microbial communities and elk foraging intensity: implications for soil biogeochemical cycling in the sagebrush steppe
LC Cline, DR Zak, RA Upchurch, ZB Freedman, AR Peschel
Ecology letters 20 (2), 202-211, 2017
92017
Elk, sagebrush, and saprotrophs: indirect top‐down control on microbial community composition and function
AR Peschel, DR Zak, LC Cline, Z Freedman
Ecology 96 (9), 2383-2393, 2015
82015
Characterization of sub-watershed-scale stream chemistry regimes in an Appalachian mixed-land-use watershed
E Kellner, J Hubbart, K Stephan, E Morrissey, Z Freedman, E Kutta, ...
Environmental monitoring and assessment 190 (10), 586, 2018
72018
Microbial potential for ecosystem N loss is increased by experimental N deposition
ZB Freedman, RA Upchurch, DR Zak
PloS one 11 (10), e0164531, 2016
72016
Anthropogenic N deposition alters the composition of expressed class II fungal peroxidases
EM Entwistle, KJ Romanowicz, WA Argiroff, ZB Freedman, JJ Morris, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 84 (9), 2018
52018
Anthropogenic N deposition, fungal gene expression, and an increasing soil carbon sink in the Northern Hemisphere
DR Zak, WA Argiroff, ZB Freedman, RA Upchurch, EM Entwistle, ...
Ecology 100 (10), e02804, 2019
42019
West Virginia University
ZB Freedman
United States, 0
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Seasonal, sub-seasonal and diurnal variation of soil bacterial community composition in a temperate deciduous forest
WJ Landesman, ZB Freedman, DM Nelson
FEMS microbiology ecology 95 (2), 2019
22019
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