Stefano Amalfitano, Ricercatore

email amalfitano AT
Address Via Salaria km 29,300
C.P. 10
00015 Monterotondo St. (RM)
Telephone +39 06 90672854
Fax +39 06 90672787

Research Topics
Research activities / Ongoing Projects
Recent Publications
  • Vazquez E., Amalfitano S., Fazi S., Butturini A. 2010. Dissolved organic matter composition in a fragmented Mediterranean fluvial system under severe drought conditions. Biogeochemistry, DOI 10.1007/s10533-010-9421-x.
  • Barra Caracciolo A., Grenni P., Saccà M.L., Amalfitano S., Martin M., Gibello A. 2009. The role of a groundwater bacterial community in the degradation of the herbicide terbuthylazine. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 71: 127-136.
  • Amalfitano S., Fazi S., Puddu A. 2009. Flow cytometric analysis of benthic prokaryotes attached to sediment particles. Journal of Microbiological Methods 79:246-249.
  • Fazi S., Amalfitano S., Piccini C., Zoppini A., Puddu A., Pernthaler J. 2008. Colonization of the overlying water by bacteria from dry river sediments. Environmental Microbiology 10(10): 2760-2772.
  • Amalfitano S. and Fazi S. Recovery and quantification of bacterial cells associated with streambed sediments. 2008. Journal of Microbiological Methods 75:237-24.
  • Amalfitano S., Fazi S, Zoppini A., Barra Caracciolo A., Grenni P., Puddu A. 2008. Responses of benthic bacteria to experimental drying in sediments from mediterranean temporary rivers. Microbial Ecology 55(2): 270-279.
  • Fazi S., Amalfitano S., Pernthaler J., Puddu A. 2005. Bacterial communities associated with benthic organic matter in headwater stream microhabitats. Environmental Microbiology 7(10): 1633-1640.
  • Puddu A., Zoppini A., Fazi S., Rosati M., Amalfitano S., Magaletti E. 2003. Bacterial uptake of DOM released from P-limited phytoplankton. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 46: 257-268.
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