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Gender male
Job title Professor
Department Department of Botany
Oklahoma State University ( OSU)
104 Life Sciences East Stillwater Oklahoma 74078-3013
301 Physical Sciences
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel 1-405-744-5956
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Website http://botany.okstate.edu/people_research/Henley
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Degree PhD in Botany, Duke University (1988); BS in Marine Science, Southampton College (1982)
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Limnology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Limnology
Research Activities Photosynthetic physiology of algae and cyanobacteria, including extreme halophiles in the context of light, temperature, nutrient, and salt stress. Continuous culture techniques and physiology related to biofuels. Previously worked with marine macroalgae (Ulva, Laminaria), and current secondary interest in freshwater algae/macrophytes and water quality.
Research Region Oklahoma, USA
Skills/Expertise Algal physiology and ecology, Algal biofuels
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. William HENLEY)

Novoveská, L. & W.J. Henley. 2014. Lab-scale testing of a two-stage continuous culture system for microalgae. Indust. Biotechnol. 10:228-236. http://dx.doi.org/10.1089/ind.2013.0034
Henley, W.J., R.W. Litaker, L. Novoveská, C.S. Duke, H.D. Quemada & R.T. Sayre. 2013. Initial risk assessment of genetically modified (GM) microalgae for commodity-scale biofuel cultivation. Algal Research 2:66-77. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.algal.2012.11.001
Buchheim, M.A., A.E. Kirkwood, J.A. Buchheim, B. Verghese & W.J. Henley. 2010. Hypersaline soil supports a diverse community of Dunaliella (Chlorophyceae). J. Phycol. 46:1038?1047. Kirkwood, A.E., J.A. Buchheim, M.A. Buchheim & W.J. Henley. 2008. Cyanobacterial diversity and halotolerance in a variable hypersaline environment. Microb. Ecol. 55:453-465. Potter, A.T., M.W. Palmer & W.J. Henley. 2006. Diatom genus diversity in relation to salinity at the Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge, Oklahoma. Amer. Midl. Nat. 156:65-74. Kirkwood, A.E. & W.J. Henley. 2006. Algal community structure and halotolerance as related to the extreme conditions of a terrestrial, hypersaline environment. J. Phycol. 42:537-547. Major, K.M., A.E. Kirkwood, C.S. Major, J.W. McCreadie & W.J. Henley. 2005. In situ studies of algal biomass in relation to physicochemical characteristics of the Great Salt Plains, Oklahoma, USA. Saline Systems 1:11 (open access online journal). Kvíderová, J. & W.J. Henley. 2005. The effect of ampicillin plus streptomycin on growth and photosynthesis of two halotolerant chlorophyte algae. J. Appl. Phycol. 17:301-307. Henley, W.J., J.L. Hironaka, M.A. Buchheim, J.A. Buchheim, M.W. Fawley & K.P. Fawley. 2004. Phylogenetic analysis of the ?Nannochloris-like? algae and diagnoses of Picochlorum oklahomensis gen. et sp. nov. (Trebouxiophyceae, Chlorophyta). Phycologia 43:641-652. Henley, W.J., K.M. Major & J.L. Hironaka. 2002. Response to salinity and heat stress in two halotolerant chlorophyte algae. J. Phycol. 38:757-766.
Eladel, H.M., W.J. Henley & I.A. Kobbia. 1999. Effect of thiobencarb on growth and photo-synthesis of the soil alga Protosiphon botryoides (Chlorophyta). J. Appl. Phycol. 10:547-553. Henley, W.J. & Y. Yin. 1998. Growth and photosynthesis of marine Synechococcus (Cyanophyceae) under iron-stress. J. Phycol. 34:94?103. [nominated for the 1998 Provasoli award for best paper in J. Phycol. over a two year period] Matlock, M.D., M.E. Matlock, D.E. Storm, M.D. Smolen & W.J. Henley. 1998. Limiting nutrient determination in lotic ecosystems using a quantitative nutrient enrichment periphytometer. J. Amer. Water Res. Assoc. 34:1141-1147. Henley, W.J. 1998. Baseline limnology of Boomer Lake, Oklahoma, a recently reexcavated urban reservoir. J. Freshwater Ecol. 13:235-247. Henley, W.J. & K.H. Dunton. 1997. Effects of nitrogen supply and continuous darkness on growth and photosynthesis of the Arctic kelp, Laminaria solidungula. Limnol. Oceanogr. 42:209-216. Henley, W.J. & K.H. Dunton. 1995. A seasonal comparison of carbon, nitrogen and pigment content in Laminaria solidungula and L. saccharina (Laminariales, Phaeophyta) in the Alaskan Arctic. J. Phycol. 31:325-331. Henley, W.J. 1993. Measurement and interpretation of photosynthetic light-response curves in algae in the context of photoinhibition and diel changes. J. Phycol. 29:729-739. Osmond, C.B., J. Ramus, G. Levavasseur, L.A. Franklin & W.J. Henley. 1993. Fluorescence quenching during photosynthesis and photoinhibition of Ulva rotundata Blid. Planta 190:97-106. Henley, W.J. 1992. Growth and photosynthesis of Ulva rotundata (Chlorophyta) as a function of temperature and square wave irradiance in indoor culture. J. Phycol. 28: 625-634. Henley, W.J., S.T. Lindley, G. Levavasseur, J. Ramus & C.B. Osmond. 1992. Photosynthetic response of Ulva rotundata to light and temperature during emersion on an intertidal sand flat. Oecologia 89: 516-523. Franklin, L.A., G. Levavasseur, C.B. Osmond, W.J. Henley & J. Ramus. 1992. Two components of onset and recovery during photoinhibiton of Ulva rotundata. Planta 186: 399-408. Henley, W.J., G. Levavasseur, L.A. Franklin, S.T. Lindley, J. Ramus & C.B. Osmond. 1991. Diurnal responses of photosynthesis and fluorescence in Ulva rotundata acclimated to sun and shade in outdoor culture. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 75: 19-28. Henley, W.J., G. Levavasseur, L.A. Franklin, C.B. Osmond & J. Ramus. 1991. Photoacclimation and photoinhibition in Ulva rotundata as influenced by nitrogen availability. Planta 184:235-243. Henley, W.J. 1990. Uncoupling of various measures of growth in Ulva rotundata (Chlorophyta) following a large decrease in irradiance. J. Phycol. 26: 206-207. Henley, W.J. & J. Ramus. 1989. Photoacclimation of Ulva rotundata under steady state conditions. Mar. Biol. 103: 261-266. Henley, W.J. & J. Ramus. 1989. Optimization of pigment content and the limits of photoacclimation for Ulva rotundata. Mar. Biol. 103: 267-274. Henley, W.J. & J. Ramus. 1989. Photoacclimation and growth responses of Ulva rotundata to intraday variations in growth irradiance. J. Phycol. 25: 398-401. Henley, W.J. & J. Ramus. 1989. Time course of physiological response of Ulva rotundata to growth irradiance transitions. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 54: 171-177.

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Created: 1997-03-26 Last Updated: 2015-05-17 by William HENLEY