William Soto, Ph.D.

New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, United States 
Evolutionary Biology, symbiosis
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Michele Kiyoko Nishiguchi grad student 2009 New Mexico State
 (Evolutionary ecology of symbionts within free-living and host environments in the sepiolid squid-Vibrio symbiosis.)
Michael Travisano post-doc William and Mary (Evolution Tree)
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Soto W, Travisano M, Tolleson AR, et al. (2019) Symbiont evolution during the free-living phase can improve host colonization. Microbiology (Reading, England)
Soto W, Nishiguchi MK. (2014) Microbial experimental evolution as a novel research approach in the Vibrionaceae and squid-Vibrio symbiosis. Frontiers in Microbiology. 5: 593
Soto W, Rivera FM, Nishiguchi MK. (2014) Ecological diversification of Vibrio fischeri serially passaged for 500 generations in novel squid host Euprymna tasmanica. Microbial Ecology. 67: 700-21
Soto W, Punke EB, Nishiguchi MK. (2012) Evolutionary perspectives in a mutualism of sepiolid squid and bioluminescent bacteria: combined usage of microbial experimental evolution and temporal population genetics. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 66: 1308-21
Soto W, Gutierrez J, Remmenga MD, et al. (2009) Salinity and temperature effects on physiological responses of Vibrio fischeri from diverse ecological niches. Microbial Ecology. 57: 140-50
Best R, Cruz JM, Gutierrez J, et al. (1996) Experimental results of a solar assisted heat pump rice drying system Renewable Energy. 9: 690-694
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