2018 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Nitrogen fixation, Cyanobacteria, Botany and Trichodesmium. The study incorporates disciplines such as Oceanography, Crocosphaera watsonii and Nitrogen cycle in addition to Ecology. His Nitrogen fixation research incorporates elements of Denitrification and Microbial ecology.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Microorganism, Carbon fixation and Gene, Metabolic pathway. His research in Botany intersects with topics in Photic zone, Symbiosis, N2 Fixation and Microbial mat. His work deals with themes such as Abundance and Trichodesmium erythraeum, which intersect with Trichodesmium.
Jonathan P. Zehr focuses on Ecology, Nitrogen fixation, Cyanobacteria, Diazotroph and Botany. His Ecology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Gene and Nitrogen cycle. The Nitrogen fixation study combines topics in areas such as Oceanography and Pelagic zone.
His Cyanobacteria research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Photosynthesis, Carbon fixation, Biochemistry, Symbiosis and Cyanothece. The various areas that Jonathan P. Zehr examines in his Diazotroph study include Biomass, Microbial ecology, Microorganism and Upwelling. The concepts of his Botany study are interwoven with issues in Synechococcus, Gene expression, Bacteria, Diel vertical migration and Phylotype.
Jonathan P. Zehr mainly focuses on Ecology, Nitrogen fixation, Diazotroph, Cyanobacteria and Environmental science. His Ecology research includes elements of Microorganism and Prochlorococcus. His specific area of interest is Nitrogen fixation, where he studies Nitrogenase.
His studies deal with areas such as Abundance, Mesocosm, Pelagic zone and Plankton as well as Diazotroph. The Cyanobacteria study which covers Photosynthesis that intersects with Synechococcus. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Biogeochemical cycle, concentrating on Nutrient and intersecting with Nitrogen cycle.
His main research concerns Ecology, Nitrogen fixation, Diazotroph, Cyanobacteria and Biogeochemical cycle. His Ecology research integrates issues from Nitrogenase, Microbial ecology and Geomicrobiology. His Nitrogen fixation research incorporates themes from Phytoplankton, Symbiosis, Oceanography and Comparative genomics.
His Diazotroph study incorporates themes from Microorganism, Pelagic zone, Botany and Biogeochemistry. His study looks at the relationship between Botany and fields such as Phylotype, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. He combines subjects such as Ecology and Braarudosphaera bigelowii with his study of Biogeochemical cycle.
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Trichodesmium, a Globally Significant Marine Cyanobacterium
Douglas G. Capone;Jonathan P. Zehr;Hans W. Paerl;Birgitta Bergman.
Nitrogenase gene diversity and microbial community structure: a cross-system comparison.
Jonathan P. Zehr;Bethany D. Jenkins;Steven M. Short;Grieg F. Steward.
Environmental Microbiology (2003)
Unicellular cyanobacteria fix N2 in the subtropical North Pacific Ocean.
Jonathan P. Zehr;John B. Waterbury;Patricia J. Turner;Joseph P. Montoya.
High rates of N2 fixation by unicellular diazotrophs in the oligotrophic Pacific Ocean.
Joseph P Montoya;Carolyn M Holl;Jonathan P Zehr;Andrew Hansen.
Effects of Growth Irradiance and Nitrogen Limitation on Photosynthetic Energy Conversion in Photosystem II.
Zbigniew Kolber;Jonathan Zehr;Paul Falkowski.
Plant Physiology (1988)
Nitrogen cycling in the ocean: New perspectives on processes and paradigms
Jonathan P. Zehr;Bess B. Ward.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2002)
Use of degenerate oligonucleotides for amplification of the nifH gene from the marine cyanobacterium Trichodesmium thiebautii.
J P Zehr;L A McReynolds.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1989)
New Nitrogen-Fixing Microorganisms Detected in Oligotrophic Oceans by Amplification of Nitrogenase (nifH) Genes.
Jonathan P. Zehr;Mark T. Mellon;Sabino Zani.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1998)
Unicellular Cyanobacterial Distributions Broaden the Oceanic N2 Fixation Domain
Pia H. Moisander;Roxanne A. Beinart;Ian Hewson;Angelicque E. White.
Unicellular Cyanobacterium Symbiotic with a Single-Celled Eukaryotic Alga
Anne W. Thompson;Rachel A. Foster;Andreas Krupke;Brandon J. Carter.
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