Tarynn Witten

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Microbial biofilms were grown on strips of epoxy-impregnated filter paper submerged at four sites in water contaminated with metals from mine wastes. At two sample stations, the water was acidic (pH 3.1); the other sites were in a lake restored to a near neutral pH level by application of a crushed limestone slurry. During a 17-week study period, planktonic(More)
The availability of genomic data is increasing exponentially. This is magnified by the proliferation of data at all “omic” hierarchy levels. This explosive growth in biological data (currently GenBank contains over 44 billion base pairs and over 40 million sequences) mandates an increasing need for sophisticated mathematical and computational methods and(More)
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