Research Publications:


Chrzanowski, T.H. and G.T. Cowley. 1977. Response of Uca pugilator to diets of two selected yeasts. Mycologia 69:1062-1068.

Stevenson, L.H., T.H. Chrzanowski and C.W. Erkenbrecher. 1979. ATP: Conceptions and misconceptions. pp. 99-116. In: J.W. Costerton and R.R. Colwell (eds.), Native aquatic bacteria: Enumeration, activity and ecology. American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, p. 214.

Chrzanowski, T.H., L.H. Stevenson and B. Kjerfve. 1979. Adenosine 5'-triphosphate flux through the North Inlet marsh system. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 37:841-854.

Weiland, R.T., T.H. Chrzanowski and L.H. Stevenson. 1979. Influence of salinity on microbial biomass in salt-marsh creeks. Estuaries 2:126-128.

Chrzanowski, T.H. and L.H. Stevenson. 1979. Material fluxes through the North Inlet marsh system: Short term fluctuations of fungi and related parameters. Mycologia 71:958-967.

Chrzanowski, T.H. and L.H. Stevenson. 1980. Filamentous fungal propagules as potential indicators of sediment-detritus resuspension. Bot. Mar. 23:251-256.

Cowley, G.T. and T.H. Chrzanowski. 1980. Yeast in the habitat and nutrition of the fiddler crab Uca pugilator. Bot Mar. 23:397-403.

Stevenson, L.H., T.H. Chrzanowski and B. Kjerfve. 1980. Short-term fluxes through major outlets of the North Inlet marsh in terms of adenosine 5'-triphosphate. pp. 355-369. In: P. Hamilton (ed.) Wetland and Estuarine Processes and Water Quality Modeling. Plenum Publishing Corp., New Yo

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Stevenson, L.H. and T.H. Chrzanowski. 1981. Marine bacteria. pp. 71-84. In: F. J. Vernberg (ed.), Functional adaptations of marine organisms. Academic Press, New York.

Wilson, C.A., L.H. Stevenson and T.H. Chrzanowski. 1981. The contribution of bacteria to the total adenosine triphosphate measured in the water of a salt marsh creek. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 50:183-195.

Stevenson, L.H., C.A. Wilson and T.H. Chrzanowski. 1981. The assay of adenosine 5'-triphosphate extracted from salt-marsh microbiota. Can. J. Microbiol. 27:633-635.

Chrzanowski, T.H., L.H. Stevenson and B. Kjerfve. 1981. Microbial biomass variability in salt marsh creek cross sections. Marine Geology 40:155-170.

Kjerfve, B., L.H. Stevenson, J.A. Proehl and T.H. Chrzanowski. 1981. Estimation of material fluxes in an estuarine cross-section: A critical analysis of spatial measurement density and errors. Limnol. Oceanogr. 26:325-335.

Stevenson, L.H., T.H. Chrzanowski and C.W. Erkenbrecher. 1981. Temporal fluctuations in the density of filamentous fungal propagules in the water of a high-marsh creek. Mycologia 73:274-281.

Chrzanowski, T.H., L.H. Stevenson and J.D. Spurrier. 1982. Seasonal variability and transport of microfungi in a southeastern salt marsh. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 43:392-396.

Chrzanowski, T.H., L.H. Stevenson and J.D. Spurrier. 1982. Transport of particulate organic carbon through the North Inlet ecosystem. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 7:231-235.

Chrzanowski, T.H., L.H. Stevenson and J.D. Spurrier. 1982. Transport of microbial biomass through the North Inlet ecosystem. Microbial Ecol. 8:139-156.

Lackland, D.T., E.H. Liu, D.E. Koehler, and T.H. Chrzanowski. 1982. Cellulase activity as a measure of environmental perturbation in salt marsh ecosystems. Bot. Mar. 25:143-146.

Chrzanowski, T.H., L.H. Stevenson and J.D. Spurrier. 1983. Dissolved organic carbon transport through the North Inlet ecosystem. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Series 13:167-174.

Chrzanowski, T.H., R.D. Crotty, J.G. Hubbard and R. Welch. 1984. Applicability of the fluorescein diacetate method for detecting active bacteria in freshwater. Microbial Ecol. 10:179-185.

Chrzanowski, T.H. 1985. Seasonality, abundance, and biomass of bacteria in a southwestern reservoir. Hydrobiologia 127:117-123.

Wolaver, T.G., G. Whiting, B. Kjerfve, J.D. Spurrier, H. McKellar, R. Dame, T.H. Chrzanowski, R. Zingmark and T. Williams. 1985. Material fluxes between a vegetated salt marsh and the surrounding tidal creek: A calibration study. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 91:281-291

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Chrzanowski, T.H. and R. Zingmark. 1986. Passive filtering of microbial biomass by Spartina alterniflora. Estuar. Coastal and Shelf Sci. 22:545-557.

Hubbard, J.G. and T.H. Chrzanowski. 1986. Impact of storms on heterotrophic bacterial activities in a southwestern reservoir. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 51:1259-1263.

Chrzanowski, T.H., J.D. Spurrier, R.F. Dame and R. Zingmark. 1986. Processing of microbial biomass by an intertidal reef community. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 30:181-189.

Dame, R.F., T.H. Chrzanowski, W. Kitchens, B. Kjerfve, H. McKellar, R. Moore, D. Nelson, J.D. Spurrier, S. Stancyk, L.H. Stevenson, F.J. Vernberg and R.G. Zingmark. 1986. The Outwelling Hypothesis and North Inlet, South Carolina. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 33:217-229.

Chrzanowski, T.H. and J.D. Spurrier. 1987. Microbial biomass exchange between a Spartina alterniflora grass flat and the adjacent tidal creek. Estuaries 10:118-125.

Chrzanowski, T.H. and J.G. Hubbard. 1988. Primary and bacterial secondary production in a southwestern reservoir. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 54:661-669.

Chrzanowski, T.H., R.D. Crotty and J.G. Hubbard. 1988. Seasonal variation in cell volume of epilimnetic bacteria. Microb. Ecol. 16:155-164.

Chrzanowski, T.H. 1988. Consequences of accounting for isotopic dilution in thymidine incorporation assays. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 54:1868-1870.

Ellwood, B., T.H. Chrzanowski, Frantisek Hrouda, G.L. Long and M.L. Buhl. 1988. Siderite formation in anoxic deep-sea sediments: A synergistic bacterially controlled process with important implications in paleomagnetism. Geology 16:980-982.

Chrzanowski, T.H. and J.G. Hubbard. 1989. Bacterial utilization of algal extracellular products. Hydrobiologia 179:61-71.

Chrzanowski, T.H. and R.G. Zingmark. 1989. Bacterial abundance, biomass, and secondary production along a forest to ocean landscape gradient. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 125:253-266.

Chrzanowski, T.H. and K. Simek. 1990. Prey-size selection by freshwater flagellated protozoa. Limnol. Oceanogr. 37:1429-1436.rey-size

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Chrzanowski, T.H. 1991. Some aspects of the microbial ecology of north Texas reservoirs. pp. 63-75. In: R. Jensen (ed.). How healthy is the upper Trinity River? Biological and water quality perspectives. Texas Water Resources, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX. p.274.

Dame, R.F., J.D. Spurrier, T.M. Williams, B. Kjerfve, R.G. Zingmark, T.G. Wolaver, T.H. Chrzanowski, H.N. McKellar, and F.J. Vernberg. 1991. Annual material processing by a saltmarsh-estuarine basin in South Carolina. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 72:153-166.

Simek, K. and T.H. Chrzanowski. 1992. Direct and indirect evidence of size selective grazing on pelagic bacteria by freshwater nanoflagellates. App. Environ Microbiol. 58:3715-3720.

Davalos-Lind, L, R.S. Sada, A. Guerra, G. Velarde, L. J. Orozco, T. H. Chrzanowski, and O. T. Lind. 1992. La producci?n bacteriana y su importancia en la cadena tr?fica en el lago de Chapala. Ingenieria Hidr?ulica en M?xico 7:30-37.

Chrzanowski, T.H. and K. Simek. 1993. Bacterial growth and losses due to bacterivory in a mesotrophic lake. J. Plankton Res. 15:771-785.

Chrzanowski, T.H., K. Simek, R. Sada, and S. Williams. 1993. Estimates of bacterial growth rates from thymidine incorporation and variable conversion factors. Microb. Ecol. 25:121-130.

O.T. Lind, O. Davalos-Lind, T.H. Chrzanowski, and J. G. Limon. 1994. Inorganic turbidity and the failure of fishery models. Interntl. Rev. gest. Hydrobiol. 79:7-16.

Chrzanowski, T.H., R.W. Sterner, and J.J. Elser. 1995. Nutrient enrichment and nutrient regeneration stimulate bacterioplankton growth. Microb. Ecol. 29:221-230.

R.W. Sterner, T. H. Chrzanowski, and J.J. Elser. 1995. Sources of nitrogen and phosphorus

Elser, J.J., T.H. Chrzanowski, R.W. Sterner, J.H. Shampel, and D.K. Foster. 1995. Element ratios and the uptake and release of nutrients by phytoplankton and bacteria in three lakes of the Canadian Shield. Microb. Ecol. 29:145-162.

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Chrzanowski, T.H. and M. Kyle. 1996. Ratios of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus in Pseudomonas fluorescens as a model for bacterial element ratios and nutrient regeneration. Aquat. Microbial Ecol. 10:115-122.

Chrzanowski, T.H., M. Kyle, J.J. Elser, and R.W. Sterner. 1996. Element ratios and growth dynamics of bacteria in an oligotrophic Canadian Shield lake. Aquatic Microbial Ecol. 11:119-125.

Lind, O.T., T.H. Chrzanowski, L. Davalos-Lind. 1998. Clay-turbidity and relative production of bacterioplankton and phytoplankton. Hydrobiologia. 353:1-18.

Sterner, R.W., J.J. Elser, E.J. Fee, S. J. Guildford, and T.H. Chrzanowski. 1997. The Light:Nutrient ratio in Lakes: The balance of energy and materials affects ecosystem functioning. Am. Nat. 150:663-684.

Elser, J.J., T.H. Chrzanowski, R.W. Sterner, and K.H. Mills. 1998. Stoichiometric constraints on food-web dynamics: A whole-lake experiment on the Canadian Shield. Ecosystems. 1:1-21.

Simek, K., J. Armengol, M. Comerma, J.C. Garcia, T.H. Chrzanowski, P. Kojecka, M. Macek, J. Nedoma and V. Straskabova. 1999. Impacts of protistan grazing on bacterial dynamics and composition in reservoirs of different trophy. pp. 267-282. In: Tundisi, M. and Straskraba, M. [eds.] Theoretical reservoir ecology and its applications. Interntl. Inst. Ecol., Brazilian Acad. Sci. Backhuys Publishers.

Elser, J., R.W. Sterner, A.E. Galford, T.H. Chrzanowski, D.L. Findlay, K.H. Mills, M.J. Paterson, M.P. Stainton, and D.W. Schindler. 2000. Pelagic C:N:P stoichiometry in a eutrophied lake: Responses to a whole-lake food-web manipulation. Ecosystems 3: 293-307.

Grover, J.P. and T.H. Chrzanowski. 2000. Seasonal patterns of substrate utilization by bacterioplankton: Case studies in four temperate lakes of different latitudes. Aquat. Microb. Ecol. 23:85-95.

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Chrzanowski, T.H. and J.P. Grover. 2001. Effects of mineral nutrients on the growth of bacterio- and phytoplankton in two southern reservoirs. Limnol. Oceanogr. 46:1319-1330.

Chrzanowski, T.H. and J.P. Grover. 2001. The Light:Nutrient ratio in lakes: A test of hypothesized trends in bacterial nutrient limitation. Ecol. Letters 4:453-457.

Grover, J.P. and T.H. Chrzanowski. 2004. Limiting resources, disturbance and diversity in phytoplankton communities. Ecol. Monogr. 74:533-551.

Chrzanowski, T.H. and J.P. Grover. 2005. Temporal Coherence in limnological features of two southwestern reservoirs. Lakes and Reservoir Management 21:39-48.

Grover, J.P. and T.H. Chrzanowski. 2005. Seasonal dynamics of phytoplankton in two warn temperate reservoirs. J.Plankt. Res.27:1-17.

Grover, J.P. and T.H. Chrzanowski. 2006. Kinetics of growth and ingestion in the “smallest zooplankton” – phagotrophic flagellates. Arch. Hydrobiol. 167:467-487

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Shannon, S.P, T.H. Chrzanowski, and J.P. Grover. 2007. Prey food quality affects flagellate ingestion rates. Microb. Ecol. 53:66-73

Malone, J.H., T.H. Chrzanowski, and P. Michalak. 2007. Sterility and gene expression in hybrid males of Xenopus laevis and X. muelleri. PLoS One.

Chrzanowski, T.H. and J.P Grover. 2008. Element content of Pseudomonas fluorescens varies with growth rate and temperature: A replicated chemostat study addressing Ecological Stoichiometry. Limnol. Oceanogr. 53:1242-1251

Rout, M.E. and T.H. Chrzanowski. 2008. The invasive Sorghum halepense harbors endophytic N2-fixing bacteria and alters soil biogeochemistry. Plant Soil: 10.1007/s11104-008-9740-z

Grover, J.P. and T.H. Chrzanowski. 2009. Dynamics and nutritional ecology of a nanoflagellate preying upon bacteria. Microb. Ecol. 60:231-243

Molina-Kappell, G., J.P. Grover, and T.H. Chrzanowski. 2009. Micro-scale surface-patterning influences biofilm formation. Elect. J. Biotech.

Chrzanowski, T.H., N.C. Lukomski, and J. P. Grover, and 2010. Element stoichiometry of a mixotrophic protist grown under varying resource condition. J. Eukaryotic Microbiol. 57: 322-327

Simonds, S., J.P. Grover, and T.H. Chrzanowski. 2010. Element content of Ochromonas danica: A replicated chemostat study controlling growth rate and temperature. FEMS Microbiol. Ecol. 74:346-352

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Foster, B.L.L. and T.H. Chrzanowski. 2012.  A simple defined medium for growth and maintenance of the mixotrophic protist Ochromonas danica.  J. Microbiol. Methods 88:322-324

Foster, B.L.L. and T.H. Chrzanowski. 2012.  The mixotrophic protist Ochromonas danica is an indiscriminant predator whose fitness is influenced by prey type.  Aq. Microb. Ecol. 68:1-11.

Chrzanowski, T.H. and R.L. Smith.  2012.  Validation of an adenylate kinase-amplified bioluminescence method for qualitative detection of contamination of betamethasone suspension.  Am. Pharma. Rev.

Rout, M.E., T.H. Chrzanowski, W.K. Smith, and L. Gough.  2013.  Ecological impacts of an invasive grass Sorghum halepense on native tallgrass prairie.  Biol. Invasions 15:327-339.

Rout, M.E., T.H. Chrzanowski, T.K. Westlie, T.H. DeLuca, R.M. Callaway and W.E. Holben.  2013.  Bacterial endophytes enhance competition by invasive plants.  Am. J. Bot. 100:1689-1691 (Invited).

Chrzanowski, T.H. and B.L.L. Foster. 2014.  Prey element stoichiometry controls ecological fitness of the flagellate Ochromonas danica.  Aq. Microb. Ecol. 71:257-269.