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Stephen Woodcock
Stephen Woodcock
Associate Professor, School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, University of Technology Sydney
Verified email at uts.edu.au
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Quantifying the roles of immigration and chance in shaping prokaryote community structure
WT Sloan, M Lunn, S Woodcock, IM Head, S Nee, TP Curtis
Environmental microbiology 8 (4), 732-740, 2006
11522006
Neutral assembly of bacterial communities
S Woodcock, CJ Van Der Gast, T Bell, M Lunn, TP Curtis, IM Head, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 62 (2), 171-180, 2007
2222007
Modeling taxa-abundance distributions in microbial communities using environmental sequence data
WT Sloan, S Woodcock, M Lunn, IM Head, TP Curtis
Microbial ecology 53, 443-455, 2007
1792007
Taxa–area relationships for microbes: the unsampled and the unseen
S Woodcock, TP Curtis, IM Head, M Lunn, WT Sloan
Ecology letters 9 (7), 805-812, 2006
1452006
What is the extent of prokaryotic diversity?
TP Curtis, IM Head, M Lunn, S Woodcock, PD Schloss, WT Sloan
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 361á…, 2006
1372006
Chronic rhinosinusitis: potential role of microbial dysbiosis and recommendations for sampling sites
E Copeland, K Leonard, R Carney, J Kong, M Forer, Y Naidoo, ...
Frontiers in cellular and infection microbiology 8, 57, 2018
1072018
Improving the prediction of maturity from anthropometric variables using a maturity ratio
J Fransen, S Bush, S Woodcock, A Novak, D Deprez, ADG Baxter-Jones, ...
Pediatric exercise science 30 (2), 296-307, 2018
872018
Revealing changes in the microbiome of Symbiodiniaceae under thermal stress
EF Camp, T Kahlke, MR Nitschke, D Varkey, NL Fisher, L Fujise, S Goyen, ...
Environmental Microbiology 22 (4), 1294-1309, 2020
622020
Acclimatization to high-variance habitats does not enhance physiological tolerance of two key Caribbean corals to future temperature and pH
EF Camp, DJ Smith, C Evenhuis, I Enochs, D Manzello, S Woodcock, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1831), 20160442, 2016
592016
What role do chronic workloads play in the acute to chronic workload ratio? Time to dismiss ACWR and its underlying theory
FM Impellizzeri, S Woodcock, AJ Coutts, M Fanchini, A McCall, ...
Sports Medicine 51, 581-592, 2021
582021
Unlocking the phylogenetic diversity, primary habitats, and abundances of free‐living Symbiodiniaceae on a coral reef
L Fujise, DJ Suggett, M Stat, T Kahlke, M Bunce, SG Gardner, S Goyen, ...
Molecular Ecology 30 (1), 343-360, 2021
512021
Cell Cycle Dynamics of Cultured Coral Endosymbiotic Microalgae (Symbiodinium) Across Different Types (Species) Under Alternate Light and Temperature Conditions
L Fujise, MR Nitschke, JC Frommlet, J Ser˘dio, S Woodcock, PJ Ralph, ...
Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology, 2018
452018
Acute to random chronic workload ratio is ‘as’ associated with injury as acute to actual chronic workload ratio: time to dismiss ACWR and its components
FM Impellizzeri, S Woodcock, AJ Coutts, M Fanchini, A McCall, ...
Society for Transparency. Openness and Replication in Kinesiology 10, 2020
44*2020
The acute-chronic workload ratio-injury figure and its ‘sweet spot’ are flawed
F Impellizzeri, S Woodcock, A McCall, P Ward, AJ Coutts
SportRxiv Preprints, 2019
332019
Quantification of effective exoelectrogens by most probable number (MPN) in a microbial fuel cell
ES Heidrich, TP Curtis, S Woodcock, J Dolfing
Bioresource technology 218, 27-30, 2016
312016
Fifteen years of Pseudo-nitzschia in an Australian estuary, including the first potentially toxic P. delicatissima bloom in the southern hemisphere
PA Ajani, ME Larsson, S Woodcock, A Rubio, H Farrell, S Brett, SA Murray
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 236, 106651, 2020
302020
Biofilm community succession: a neutral perspective
S Woodcock, WT Sloan
Microbiology 163 (5), 664-668, 2017
282017
Modelling the effects of dispersal mechanisms and hydrodynamic regimes upon the structure of microbial communities within fluvial biofilms
S Woodcock, K Besemer, TJ Battin, TP Curtis, WT Sloan
Environmental microbiology 15 (4), 1216-1225, 2013
252013
Bloom drivers of the potentially harmful dinoflagellate Prorocentrum minimum (Pavillard) Schiller in a south eastern temperate Australian estuary
PA Ajani, ME Larsson, S Woodcock, A Rubio, H Farrell, S Brett, SA Murray
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 215, 161-171, 2018
222018
Using qPCR and high-resolution sensor data to model a multi-species Pseudo-nitzschia (Bacillariophyceae) bloom in southeastern Australia
PA Ajani, A Verma, JH Kim, S Woodcock, T Nishimura, H Farrell, ...
Harmful algae 108, 102095, 2021
212021
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