Emeritus Professor Hugh Morgan
Emeritus Professor (Biological Sciences)
Qualifications: MSc Strath PhD Geulph
Ecology and physiology of extremely thermophilic bacteria, and fermentations by glycolytic anaerobes. polymer hydrolysis in thermophilic environments. Phylogeny of thermophilic bacteria and their enzymes.
- Payyakkal Viswam, Jayadev (in progress). The role of the gut microbiome of the huhu grub in lignocellulose breakdown
- Xavier, Ron (in progress). Viable but non-culturable states in bacteria
- Khalid, Ariff (in progress). Detection, isolation and characterization of novel hyperthermophilic nanoarchaea belonging to the putative archael phylum, "nanoarchaeota" from New Zealand hot springs.
- Hetzer, Adrian (2007). Metal sequestration by thermophilic bacteria.
- Rueckert, Andreas (2006). Discrimination and detection of thermophilic Bacilli.
- Niederberger, Thomas (2006). Application of molecular methods to the microbial ecology to thermal habitats.
- Wakeling, Robin (2003). Fungal attack on treated timber.
- Nayan, Neeraj (2002). Characterisation of thermophilic Bacilli from natural environments.
- Tan, Lin (in progress). A microbial community description of a heavy metal contaminated soil site
- Williams, Tom (2011). The microbial composition of the huhu grub intestinal tract.
- Mills, John (2007). Processing interactions of bacteria on meat - sources and remediation of Enterobacteriaceae on chilled vacuum-packed lamb.
- McCutcheon, Tracey (2004). Pulp and paper wastewater microbiology.
- Rawlinson, Lee-Anne (2003). Cloning and expression of a themostable B-glucosidase.
- Zhang, Y (2001). Identification of thermophilic Bacilli in compost.
- Foote, Sonia (2001). Microbial community analysis of polyhydroxyalkanoate genes in pulp and paper wastewater treatment systems.
- Niederberger, Thomas (2001). Evaluation of culture-independent techniques for the detection of thermophilic Bacillus sp. in milk powder.