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ABSTRACT The interactions between the geosphere and the biosphere are central questions in environmental and geological research. The relationship between bacteria and their environment is an important example of these interactions. By studying microbial communities in modern environments, it is...
ABSTRACT Considerable interest has recently mounted regarding the biological roles of Gram‐negative outer membrane vesicles (MVs). The first discovery of MVs was made over four decades ago, and it is now clear that most Gram‐negative bacteria produce MVs, with Pseudomonas aeruginosa and...
ABSTRACT The extensive contributions by Terry Beveridge to our understanding of the differences in cell wall organization with respect to structure, chemistry and compartmentalization between gram‐positive and gram‐negative bacteria are summarized. These contributions greatly aided in...
ABSTRACT This manuscript is dedicated to our friend, mentor, and coauthor Dr Terry Beveridge, who devoted his scientific career to advancing fundamental aspects of microbial ultrastructure using innovative electron microscopic approaches. During his graduate studies with Professor Robert Murray,...
ABSTRACT Terrance J. Beveridge (TJB) was a professor at the University of Guelph for nearly three decades. He died on September 10, 2007. TJB was a pioneer who pushed the frontier of microbiology and bacteriology. His legacy includes 22 postdoctoral scholars and 24 graduate students. His two...
ABSTRACT The interplay between microorganisms and minerals is a complex and dynamic process that has sculpted the geosphere for nearly the entire history of the Earth. The work of Dr Terry Beveridge and colleagues provided some of the first insights into metal–microbe and mineral–microbe...
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