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2017

Cooperation in carbon source degradation shapes spatial self-organization of microbial consortia on hydrated surfaces.
Robin Tecon, and Dani Or
Scientific Reports, (2017) London: Nature Publishing Group.

2016

Symplasmata are a clonal, conditional, and reversible type of bacterial multicellularity.
Robin Tecon, and Johan H.J. Leveau
Scientific Reports, (2016) London: Nature Publishing Group.
Bacterial flagellar motility on hydrated rough surfaces controlled by aqueous film thickness and connectedness.
Robin Tecon, and Dani Or
Scientific Reports, (2016) London: Nature Publishing Group.
Cooperation in carbon source degradation shapes spatial self-organization of surface-attached microbial consortia.
Robin Tecon, and Dani Or
(2016).
Cooperation in carbon source degradation shapes spatial self-organization of surface-attached microbial consortia.
Robin Tecon, and Dani Or
Abstracts Book: SSM Annual Meeting 2016, Bern 13th to 15th June, 2016, (2016) Lausanne: Swiss Society for Microbiology (SSM).
Single-Cell Bacterial Bioreporter Assays to Measure Hydrocarbons.
Robin Tecon
In Hydrocarbon and Lipid Microbiology Protocols: Single-Cell and Single-Molecule Methods, 17-28. (2016) Berlin: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

2015

Self-segregation of microbial populations in aggregate analogues.
Benedict Borer, Robin Tecon, Olga Ilie, and Dani Or
(2015).
A synthetic soil microbial assembly to quantify effects of hydration dynamics on community composition and diversity.
Hannah Kleyer, Robin Tecon, and Dani Or
(2015) Eawag.
Selection of a synthetic soil microbial community for quantifying effects of hydration dynamics on community structure and diversity.
Hannah Kleyer, Robin Tecon, and Dani Or
(2015) FEMS - 6th Congress of European Microbiologists.
Interaction and self-organization of mutualistic bacterial consortia on hydrated surfaces.
Robin Tecon, and Dani Or
(2015) Sant Feliu de Guíxols: European Science Foundation.
Trophic interactions and self-organization of bacterial populations on hydrated surfaces.
Robin Tecon, and Dani Or
(2015) Andover, NH: Gordon Research Conference.
Trophic interactions and self-organization of bacterial populations on hydrated surfaces.
Robin Tecon, and Dani Or
(2015) Ascona: Swiss Society for Microbiology.

2014

Motility in water films and trophic interactions shape self-organization of microbial consortia on hydrated soil surfaces.
D. Or, G. Wang, and R. Tecon
Proceedings of the Complex Soil Systems Conference: "A Path to Improved Understanding of Complex Soil Systems": Abstracts, (2014) Complex Soil Systems Conference “A Path to Improved Understanding of Complex Soil Systems”.
Soil hydration shapes microbial interactions - localized trophic interactions and self-organization of microbial consortia on hydrated soil surfaces.
D. Or, G. Wang, and R. Tecon
(2014) 2014 ESA Annual Meeting.
Microbial Life in Soil - Linking Biophysical Models with Observations.
Dani Or, Robin Tecon, Ali Ebrahimi, Hannah Kleyer, Olga Ilie, and G. Wang
(2014) American Geophysical Union.

2013

Explaining Bacterial Dispersion on Leaf Surfaces with an Individual-Based Model (PHYLLOSIM).
Annemieke vanderWal, Robin Tecon, Jan-Ulrich Kreft, Wolf M. Mooij, and Johan H.V. Leveau
PLoS ONE, (2013) Lawrence, Kan.: Public Library of Science.
Impact of mycelia on the accessibility of fluorene to PAH-degrading bacteria.
Susan Schamfuss, Thomas R. Neu, Jan R. van der Meer, Robin Tecon, Hauke Harms, and Lukas Y. Wick
Environmental science & technology : ES&T, (2013) Washington, DC: American Chemical Society.
Draft Genome Sequence of the Phyllosphere Model Bacterium Pantoea agglomerans 299R.
Mitja N.P. Remus-Emsermann, Eun Bae Kim, Maria L. Marco, Robin Tecon, and Johan H.J. Leveau
Genome announcements, (2013) Washington, DC: American Soc. for Microbiology.

2012

The mechanics of bacterial cluster formation on plant leaf surfaces as revealed by bioreporter technology.
Robin Tecon, and Johan H.J. Leveau
Environmental microbiology, (2012) Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
Variation in local carrying capacity and the individual fate of bacterial colonizers in the phyllosphere.
Mitja N. Remus-Emsermann, Robin Tecon, George A. Kowalchuk, and Johan H.J. Leveau
The ISME journal : multisiciplinary journal of microbial ecology, (2012) Basingstoke: Nature.
 
 
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