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Science is innate!

Jack A Gilbert
2014 Genome Biology  
to be a scientist.  ...  I was at a conference in Egypt in April 2012, and I attended a 'Nobel Prize Speaker' session.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13059-014-0477-0 pmid:25315295 pmcid:PMC4318431 fatcat:7wriu3aj6rczbbsojio6u6rxg4

Social behavior and the microbiome

Jack A Gilbert
2015 eLife  
This protects the bees from the virulent parasite Crithidia bombi, and therefore gives these bees a selective Copyright Gilbert.  ...  This sharing of microbes might seem like a good idea; it worked for the bees.  ... 
doi:10.7554/elife.07322 pmid:25826451 pmcid:PMC4379491 fatcat:264zsng3lreprdvxbvxik6isl4

Acknowledgment of Ad Hoc Reviewers

Jack A. Gilbert
2019 mSystems  
Mark A. Eiteman Nazira El-Hage Fadi Elias El-Rami Bert Ely Philipp Engel Whitney Eileen England Brian K. Coombes Kevin M. Coombs Vaughn S. Cooper Teresa M. Coque Jacques Corbeil Melissa A.  ...  Cregger John Cryan Christina A. Cuomo Tom Curtis Washington da Silva José Freire da Silva Neto Emily Davenport Alan R. Davidson Thomas Dawson Svetlana N.  ... 
doi:10.1128/msystems.00797-19 pmid:31848307 pmcid:PMC6918033 fatcat:qf66ydrrsjeyfpncmqlb6al3de

Our unique microbial identity

Jack A Gilbert
2015 Genome Biology  
A recent article examines the extent of individual variation in microbial identities and how this might determine disease susceptibility, therapeutic responses and recovery from clinical interventions.  ...  A strain, in microbial ecology, refers to the taxonomic differentiation of organisms within a species.  ...  interacting with a new environment.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13059-015-0664-7 pmid:25971745 pmcid:PMC4430908 fatcat:ms24im6xkvfddgc4i26keiezoi

mSystems : Learning to Love Systems

Jack A. Gilbert
2015 mSystems  
Citation Gilbert JA. 2015. mSystems: learning to love systems. mSystems 1(1):e00015-15.  ...  A system is a set of connected components forming a complex whole.  ...  This does sound rather comprehensive, especially to a microbial ecologist like me, but we feel that this represents a unique discipline.  ... 
doi:10.1128/msystems.00015-15 pmid:27822517 pmcid:PMC5069753 fatcat:fowwjnwcyjfujjnkhdj2z6jjvq

Early-Career Systems Microbiology Scientists

Jack A. Gilbert
2018 mSystems  
We are very excited to provide this special issue, which we will revisit periodically, as a veritable who's who of systems microbiology.  ...  This special issue should be considered a guidebook to some of the best and brightest early-career minds currently at work in microbial systems biology.  ... 
doi:10.1128/msystems.00002-18 pmid:29556547 pmcid:PMC5853184 fatcat:tjxlarwnhbcvnoemv4jgvdxfoy

A Close Call

Jack Gilbert
1985 Iowa Review : literary quarterly  
What a surprise. But the air stills, the heat comes back and I think I am all right again. Secrets of Poetry People complain about so many moons in my poems.  ...  Finishing a loaf of bread and worried about the curfew. I have not spoken for three days and I am thinking, "Why not just settle for love? Why not just settle for love instead?"  ... 
doi:10.17077/0021-065x.3219 fatcat:x244mdqswffwjhkvv7sew6uyfa

Sugarcane Yellow Leaf Disease

Jack C. Comstock, Robert A. Gilbert
2019 EDIS  
Although it has similar symptoms, it is caused by a phytoplasm rather than a virus. To date, this phytoplasm pathogen has not been identified on sugarcane in Florida.  ...  This publication is also a part of the Florida Sugarcane Handbook, an electronic publication of the Agronomy Department. Original publication date: September 2005.  ...  Assuming a yield loss of 10% per plant and an 85% incidence level, there would be a 8.5% loss for the field in each crop.  ... 
doi:10.32473/edis-sc074-2005 fatcat:oadrvej6bvgqxdwimtkjrl2xay

Life in a World without Microbes

Jack A. Gilbert, Josh D. Neufeld
2014 PLoS Biology  
, and athlete's foot, to name a few.  ...  Our discussion begins by considering life without the human gut microbiome, follows with a hypothetical scenario of a world without Bacteria and Archaea, and concludes with the implications of a world  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1002020 pmid:25513890 pmcid:PMC4267716 fatcat:lezabobsofe57ggtz7uuqdvgam

Reading: Psychology

Luther C. Gilbert, Jack A. Holmes
1955 Review of Educational Research  
GILBERT and JACK A. HOLMES The continued interest in reading is evidenced by the fact that during the period 1950 to 1954 nearly 1500 articles dealing with this subject were published.  ...  Barbe (5) found that gifted high-school students read about five hours per week, but Abra- ham (1) discovered from a survey of nine colleges that only a few hours a 77  ... 
doi:10.2307/1169211 fatcat:4sfybaluurclbkzdecpp2mgafu


2011 Biocomputing 2012  
With new sequencing technologies it is now possible to take deep samples of the microbial species present in a given environment, resulting in very large sequence datasets that require ecologically aware  ...  Since this form of analysis is becoming widespread, this is a timely study.  ...  They are a major factor in global processes such as the carbon cycle and climate.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789814366496_0019 fatcat:ryospgdocvgzbc73yp7yjedrai

Probing the Microbial Mysteries of Wine

Iratxe Zarraonaindia, Jack A. Gilbert
2014 Microbe Magazine  
Gilbert Wine enjoys a long tradition as a valuable social lubricator, one that works across societies, international boundaries, and economic classes.  ...  Probing the Microbial Mysteries of Wine Microbiome research is impinging on enology and viticulture, meaning it is time to think in terms of the grapevine supraorganism Iratxe Zarraonaindia and Jack  ... 
doi:10.1128/microbe.9.442.1 fatcat:c4egzypve5gzlo3mwhhshlkx2u

Earth Microbiome Project and Global Systems Biology

Jack A. Gilbert, Janet K. Jansson, Rob Knight
2018 mSystems  
The three main labs that established the EMP overcame this hurdle by establishing common protocols for DNA extraction, used the same primers and sequencing protocols-and even performed the Citation Gilbert  ...  The Terabase Metagenomics meeting was the brainchild of Rick Stevens from Argonne National Laboratory (3) and provided a platform for brainstorming about approaches that would be necessary to create a  ...  A system is a set of connected components forming a complex whole.  ... 
doi:10.1128/msystems.00217-17 pmid:29657969 pmcid:PMC5893859 fatcat:uuo6cz6tj5ethgvabnk42edvqe

Chapter I: Reading: Psychology

Luther C. Gilbert, Jack A. Holmes
1955 Review of Educational Research  
GILBERT and JACK A. HOLMES The continued interest in reading is evidenced by the fact that during the period 1950 to 1954 nearly 1500 articles dealing with this subject were published.  ...  Hotmes, Jack A. Factors Underlying Major Reading Disabilities at the College Level. Genetic Psychology Monographs, No. 49. Provincetown, Mass.: Journal Press, February 1954. 95 p. . Hotmes, Jack A.  ... 
doi:10.3102/00346543025002077 fatcat:2m4dr2u75fhevie76xxexvnpqm

Groundwater Ecology

D. M. Harper, Janine Gilbert, Dan L. Danielopol, Jack A. Stanford
1996 Journal of Applied Ecology  
Danielopol & Jack A. Stanford (eds) (1994) Groundwater Ecology. Pp. xvii-)-571. Academic Press, San Diego and London. US$74.95 (hardback). ISBN 0-12-282110-6. This was an exciting book to review.  ...  The contents are deliberately wide-ranging: an introductory chapter on basic attributes of ground- water ecosystems (Gilbert et al.) sets the scene and defines the terminology.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2404964 fatcat:2ncfm5xwhrhsdptrmorksotlre
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