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Brian Binder

Associate Professor

Contact Info

Office:
290A Marine Sciences Bldg
Lab office:
287-288 Marine Sciences Bldg
Lab phone:
(706) 542-7099
Campus:
  • Ph.D. 1986, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution- Massachusetts Institute of Technology Joint Program in Oceanography
  • B.S. 1979, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Hynes AM, Rhodes KL, Binder BJ.  2015.  Assessing cell cycle-based methods of measuring Prochlorococcus division rates using an individual-based model. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. 13(11):640-650. DOI Google Scholar BibTex XML

Hynes AM, Blythe BJ, Binder BJ.  2015.  An individual-based model for the analysis of Prochlorococcus diel cycle behavior. Ecological Modelling. 301:1-15. DOI Google Scholar BibTex XML

Hopkinson B.M, Young J.N, Tansik A.L, Binder B.J.  2014.  The Minimal CO2-Concentrating Mechanism of Prochlorococcus spp. MED4 Is Effective and Efficient. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. 166(4):2205-2217.DOI Google Scholar BibTex XML

Cuvelier ML, Allen AE, Monier A, McCrow JP, Messie M, Tringe SG, Woyke T, Welsh RM, Ishoey T, Lee J-H et al..  2010.  Targeted metagenomics and ecology of globally important uncultured eukaryotic phytoplankton.PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 107:14679-14684. DOI Google Scholar BibTex XML

Burbage CD, Binder BJ.  2007.  Relationship between cell cycle and light-limited growth rate in oceanic Prochlorococcus (MIT9312) and Synechococcus (WH8103) (cyanobacteria).JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY. 43:266-274. DOI Google Scholar BibTex XML

Moran MA, Belas R, Schell MA, Gonzalez JM, Sun F, Sun S, Binder BJ, Edmonds J, Ye W, Orcutt B et al..  2007.  Ecological genomics of marine roseobacters. Applied and environmental microbiology. 73:4559–4569. Google Scholar BibTex XML

 

Research Interests:

Ecology and physiology of marine phytoplankton, with emphasis on the picoplankton; regulation of cell growth and division in cyanobacteria; dynamics of natural pico-cyanobacterial populations; combined application of flow cytometry and molecular biology to the taxonomy and physiology of marine phytoplankton and bacteria.

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