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Lee Newman

Brookhaven National Laboratory - Past Employee

Currently at: State University of New York
College of Environmental Science and Forestry

Phone: (315) 470-4937
Email: lanewman@esf.edu
Web: EFB/faculty/newman.asp
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Selected Publications

  • van der Lelie D., Taghavi S., Monchy S., Schwender J., Miller L., Ferrieri R., Rogers A., Zhu W., Weyens N., Vangronseld J., and Newman L.
    Poplar and its bacterial endophytes: coexistence and harmony.
    Critical Reviews in Plant Science. Submitted (2009).
  • James C.A., Doty S.L., Muiznieks I., Newman L., and Strand S.E.
    A mass balance study of the phytoremediation of perchloroethylene contaminated groundwater.
    Environmental Pollution, [Epub ahead of print] (2009).  PubMed
  • Strycharz S. and Newman L.A.
    Use of native plants for the remediation of trichloroethylene I: Deciduous trees.
    International Journal of Phytoremediation, in press (2009).
  • Strycharz S. and Newman L.A.
    Use of native plants for the remediation of trichloroethylene I1: Coniferous trees.
    International Journal of Phytoremediation, in press (2009).
  • Taghavi S., Garafola C., Monchy S., Newman L.A, Hoffman A., Weyens N., Barac T., Vangronsveld J. and van der Lelie D.
    Genome survey and characterization of endophytic bacteria exhibiting a beneficial effect on growth and development of poplar.
    Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 75(3):748-757 (2009).  PubMed
  • Harmon S.M., King J.K., Gladden J.B., and Newman L.A.
    Using sulfate-amended sediment slurry batch reactors to evaluate mercury methylation.
    Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 52:326-331 (2007).  PubMed
  • Coyle D.R., Coleman M.D., Durant J.A., and Newman L.A.
    Multiple factors affect pest and pathogen damage on 31 Populus clones in South Carolina.
    Biomass and Bioenergy, 30:759-768 (2006).
  • Coyle D.R., Coleman M.D., Durant J.A., and Newman L.A.
    Survival and growth of 31 Populus clones in South Carolina.
    Biomass and Bioenergy, 30:750-758 (2006).
  • Barton C., Marx D., Adriaon D., Koo B.J., Newman L., Czapka S., and Blake J.
    Phytostabilization of a Landfill Containing Coal Combustion Waste II.
    Environmental Geosciences, 12:251-266 (2005).
  • Newman L.A., and Reynolds C.M.
    Phytoremediation and Bacteria: New Uses of Endophytic Bacteria in Plants.
    Trends in Biotechnology, 23(1):6-8; discussion 8-9 (2005).  PubMed
  • Harmon S.M., King J.K, Gladden J.B., Chandler G.T., Newman L.A.
    Mercury body burdens in Gambusia holbrooki and Erimyzon sucetta in a wetland mesocosm amended with sulfate.
    Chemosphere, 59(2):227-233 (2005).  PubMed
  • Harmon S.M., King J.K., Gladden J.B., Chandler G.T., and Newman L.A.
    Methylmercury formation in a wetland mesocosm amended with sulfate.
    Environmental Science and Technology, 38(2):650-656 (2004).  PubMed
  • Doty S.L., Shang T.Q., Wilson A.M., Moore A.L., Oda C., Newman L.A., Strand S.E., and Gordon M.P.
    Metabolism of the soil and groundwater contaminants, ethylene dibromide and trichloroethylene, by the tropical leguminous tree, Leuceana leucocephala.
    Water Research, 37(2):441.449 (2003).  PubMed
  • Doty S.L., Shang T.Q., Wilson A.M., Tangen J., Westergreen A.D., Newman L.A., Strand S.E., and Gordon M.P.
    Enhanced metabolism of halogenated hydrocarbons in transgenic plants containing mammalian cytochrome P450 2E1.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 97(12):6287-6291 (2000).  PubMed
  • Newman L.A., Cortellucci R., Crampton R.S., Domroes D., Duffy J., Ekuan G., Gordon M.P., Hashmonay R.A., Heilman P., Karscig G., Muiznieks I.A., Newman T., Ruszaj M., Wang X., Yost M.G., and Strand S.E.
    Remediation of Trichloroethylene in an Artificial Aquifer with Trees: A Controlled Field Study.
    Environmental Science and Technology, 33:2257-2265 (1999).
  • Newman L.A., Doty S.L., Gery K.L., Heilman P.E., Muiznieks I., Shang T.Q., Siemieniec S.T., Strand S.E., Wang X., Wilson A.M. and Gordon M.P.
    Soil Contamination Phytoremediation of Organic Contaminants: A Review of Phytoremediation Research at the University of Washington.
    Journal of Soil Contamination, 7:531-542 (1998).
  • Gordon M., Choe N., Duffy J., Ekuan G., Heilman P., Muiznieks I., Ruszaj M., Shurtleff B.B., Strand S., Wilmoth J., and Newman L.A.
    Phytoremediation of trichlorehtylene with hybrid poplars.
    Environmental Health Perspectives, 106(4):1001-1004 (1998).  PubMed
  • Newman L.A., Strand S.E., Choe N., Duffy J., Ekuan G., Ruszaj M., Shurtleff B.B., Wilmoth J., Heilman P., and Gordon M.P.
    Uptake and biotransformation of trichloroethylene by hybrid poplars.
    Environmental Science and Technology, 31:1062-1067 (1997).
  • Oren-Shamir M., Hadjeb N., Newman L.A., and Price C.A.
    Genes controlling pigmentation of pepper chromoplasts: Is ChrA the product of y+?
    Plant Molecular Biology, 21:549-554 (1993).
  • Cervantes M.C., Hadjeb N., Newman L.A., and Price C.A.
    ChrA is a carotenoid-binding protein in chromoplasts of Capsicum annuum.
    Plant Physiology, 92(4):1241-1243 (1990).  PubMed
  • Newman L.A., Hadjeb N., and Price C.A.
    Synthesis of two chromoplast-specific proteins during fruit development in Capsicum annuum.
    Plant Physiology, 91(2):455-458 (1989).  PubMed

 

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