Beth Potter

Associate Professor of Biology

Beth Potter

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Microorganisms Troglodytes Aedon Bacteria Egg Shell Composting Cd164 Antigens Endolyn Eggs Proteins Methodology Recycling Bacterial Communities Pseudomonas Pica Pica Bacterium Silver Compost Polysaccharides Pile Zeolites Falco Sparverius Composts Technology Sialomucins Bacillus (Bacteria)

Most Recent Papers

An Assessment of Bacterial Population on American Kestrel Eggs

Beth Potter, Emily Hyde, Holly Pier, Margaret Voss, The Open Ornithology Journal

The bacterial community found on the surface purple martin (Progne subis) Eggs

Beth A. Potter, Mary M. Sperry, Dan D. Hoang, Kaitlin C. Pander, Sean G. Weaver, Aimee N. Day, Kelly M. Hedderick, Michael A. Rutter, Robert A. Aeppli, 2017, Open Ornithology Journal on p. 23-30

A long-term study examining the antibacterial effectiveness of Agion silver zeolite technology on door handles within a college campus

Beth Ann Potter, M. Lob, R. Mercaldo, A. Hetzler, V. Kaistha, H. Khan, N. Kingston, M. Knoll, B. Maloy-Franklin, K. Melvin, P. Ruiz-Pelet, N. Ozsoy, E. Schmitt, L. Wheeler, M. Potter, Michael Rutter, G. Yahn, Diane Parente, 2015, Letters in Applied Microbiology on p. 120-127

A comparison of the bacterial microflora found on the surface of American kestrel and House Wren eggs

Beth Ann Potter, Emily J. Hyde, Holly N. Pier, Michael Rutter, Margaret A. Voss, 2014, Open Ornithology Journal on p. 40-48

Studying the Avian Egg Microflora

Beth Potter, 2014, Purple Martin Update

An assessment of bacterial populations in a static windrow compost pile

Joshua S. Maccready, Nathan J. Elbert, Ann Bolla Quinn, Beth Ann Potter, 2013, Compost Science and Utilization on p. 110-120

An assessment of the microbial diversity present on the surface of naturally incubated house wren eggs

Beth A. Potter, Brian M. Carlson, Andrea E. Adams, Margaret A. Voss, 2013, Open Ornithology Journal

Nucleofection disrupts tight junction fence function to alter membrane polarity of renal epithelial cells

Di Mo, Beth A. Potter, Carol A. Bertrand, Jeffrey D. Hildebrand, Jennifer R. Bruns, Ora A. Weisz, 2010, American Journal of Physiology - Renal Physiology on p. F1178-F1184

Differential involvement of endocytic compartments in the biosynthetic traffic of apical proteins

Kerry O. Cresawn, Beth A. Potter, Asli Oztan, Christopher J. Guerriero, Gudrun Ihrke, James R. Goldenring, Gerard Apodaca, Ora A. Weisz, 2007, EMBO Journal on p. 3737-3748

N-glycans mediate apical recycling of the sialomucin endolyn in polaized MDCK cells

Beth A. Potter, Kelly M. Weixel, Jennifer R. Bruns, Gudrun Ihrke, Ora A. Weisz, 2006, Traffic on p. 146-154

Most-Cited Papers

An assessment of the microbial diversity present on the surface of naturally incubated house wren eggs

Beth A. Potter, Brian M. Carlson, Andrea E. Adams, Margaret A. Voss, 2013, Open Ornithology Journal

An assessment of bacterial populations in a static windrow compost pile

Joshua S. Maccready, Nathan J. Elbert, Ann Bolla Quinn, Beth Ann Potter, 2013, Compost Science and Utilization on p. 110-120

A long-term study examining the antibacterial effectiveness of Agion silver zeolite technology on door handles within a college campus

Beth Ann Potter, M. Lob, R. Mercaldo, A. Hetzler, V. Kaistha, H. Khan, N. Kingston, M. Knoll, B. Maloy-Franklin, K. Melvin, P. Ruiz-Pelet, N. Ozsoy, E. Schmitt, L. Wheeler, M. Potter, Michael Rutter, G. Yahn, Diane Parente, 2015, Letters in Applied Microbiology on p. 120-127

A comparison of the bacterial microflora found on the surface of American kestrel and House Wren eggs

Beth Ann Potter, Emily J. Hyde, Holly N. Pier, Michael Rutter, Margaret A. Voss, 2014, Open Ornithology Journal on p. 40-48

The bacterial community found on the surface purple martin (Progne subis) Eggs

Beth A. Potter, Mary M. Sperry, Dan D. Hoang, Kaitlin C. Pander, Sean G. Weaver, Aimee N. Day, Kelly M. Hedderick, Michael A. Rutter, Robert A. Aeppli, 2017, Open Ornithology Journal on p. 23-30

Studying the Avian Egg Microflora

Beth Potter, 2014, Purple Martin Update