Cathryn O'Sullivan
Cathryn O'Sullivan
Senior Research Scientist, CSIRO
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Identification, Detection, and Spatial Resolution of Clostridium Populations Responsible for Cellulose Degradation in a Methanogenic Landfill Leachate Bioreactor
PC Burrell, C O'sullivan, H Song, WP Clarke, LL Blackall
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 70 (4), 2414-2419, 2004
Strategies to improve the productivity, product diversity and profitability of urban agriculture
CA O'sullivan, GD Bonnett, CL McIntyre, Z Hochman, AP Wasson
Agricultural Systems 174, 133-144, 2019
The anaerobic degradability of thermoplastic starch: Polyvinyl alcohol blends: Potential biodegradable food packaging materials
MAL Russo, C O’Sullivan, B Rounsefell, PJ Halley, R Truss, WP Clarke
Bioresource Technology 100 (5), 1705-1710, 2009
Influence of co-application of nitrogen with phosphorus, potassium and sulphur on the apparent efficiency of nitrogen fertiliser use, grain yield and protein content of wheat
EG Duncan, CA O’Sullivan, MM Roper, JS Biggs, MB Peoples
Field crops research 226, 56-65, 2018
Anaerobic digestion of harvested aquatic weeds: water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes), cabomba (Cabomba Caroliniana) and salvinia (Salvinia molesta)
C O'Sullivan, B Rounsefell, A Grinham, W Clarke, J Udy
Ecological Engineering 36 (10), 1459-1468, 2010
Structure of a cellulose degrading bacterial community during anaerobic digestion
CA O'Sullivan, PC Burrell, WP Clarke, LL Blackall
Biotechnology and Bioengineering 92 (7), 871-878, 2005
Identification of several wheat landraces with biological nitrification inhibition capacity
CA O’Sullivan, IRP Fillery, MM Roper, RA Richards
Plant and Soil 404, 61-74, 2016
Yield and nitrogen use efficiency of wheat increased with root length and biomass due to nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium interactions
EG Duncan, CA O'Sullivan, MM Roper, J Palta, K Whisson, MB Peoples
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 181 (3), 364-373, 2018
Tackling control of a cosmopolitan phytopathogen: Sclerotinia
CA O’Sullivan, K Belt, LF Thatcher
Frontiers in Plant Science 12, 707509, 2021
Selenium speciation in wheat grain varies in the presence of nitrogen and sulphur fertilisers
EG Duncan, WA Maher, R Jagtap, F Krikowa, MM Roper, CA O’Sullivan
Environmental geochemistry and health 39, 955-966, 2017
Vertical farms bear fruit
CA O’Sullivan, CL McIntyre, IB Dry, SM Hani, Z Hochman, GD Bonnett
Nature biotechnology 38 (2), 160-162, 2020
Factors affecting ammonia-oxidising microorganisms and potential nitrification rates in southern Australian agricultural soils
CA O’Sullivan, SA Wakelin, IRP Fillery, MM Roper
Soil Research 51 (3), 240-252, 2013
The effect of biomass density on cellulose solubilisation rates
C O’Sullivan, PC Burrell, WP Clarke, LL Blackall
Bioresource technology 99 (11), 4723-4731, 2008
Dimethylarsenate (DMA) exposure influences germination rates, arsenic uptake and arsenic species formation in wheat
EG Duncan, WA Maher, SD Foster, F Krikowa, CA O'Sullivan, MM Roper
Chemosphere 181, 44-54, 2017
Comparison of cellulose solubilisation rates in rumen and landfill leachate inoculated reactors
CA O’Sullivan, PC Burrell, WP Clarke, LL Blackall
Bioresource technology 97 (18), 2356-2363, 2006
Predicting the efficacy of the nitrification inhibitor dicyandiamide in pastoral soils
S Wakelin, E Williams, CA O’Sullivan, KC Cameron, HJ Di, V Cave, ...
Plant and soil 381, 35-43, 2014
Application of flowcell technology for monitoring biofilm development and cellulose degradation in leachate and rumen systems
C O’Sullivan, PC Burrell, M Pasmore, WP Clarke, LL Blackall
Bioresource technology 100 (1), 492-496, 2009
A colourimetric microplate assay for simple, high throughput assessment of synthetic and biological nitrification inhibitors
CA O’Sullivan, EG Duncan, K Whisson, K Treble, PR Ward, MM Roper
Plant and soil 413, 275-287, 2017
The effect of media changes on the rate of cellulose solubilisation by rumen and digester derived microbial communities
CA O’Sullivan, PC Burrell
Waste Management 27 (12), 1808-1814, 2007
A survey of the relative abundance of specific groups of cellulose degrading bacteria in anaerobic environments using fluorescence in situ hybridization
C O’Sullivan, PC Burrell, WP Clarke, LL Blackall
Journal of applied microbiology 103 (4), 1332-1343, 2007
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