Subject Areas on Research
- A survey of plant and algal genomes and transcriptomes reveals new insights into the evolution and function of the cellulose synthase superfamily.
- Can algal uptake stop NO3(-) pollution?
- Customized Consensus Spectral Library Building for Untargeted Quantitative Metabolomics Analysis with Data Independent Acquisition Mass Spectrometry and MetaboDIA Workflow.
- Deciding among green plants for whole genome studies.
- Fungal and algal gene expression in early developmental stages of lichen-symbiosis.
- High frequency temperature variability reduces the risk of coral bleaching.
- Multiple horizontal gene transfers of ammonium transporters/ammonia permeases from prokaryotes to eukaryotes: toward a new functional and evolutionary classification.
- New insights into the phylogenetic distribution and evolutionary origins of the septins.
- Plant antimutagenic agents, 7. Structure and antimutagenic properties of cymobarbatol and 4-isocymobarbatol, new cymopols from green alga (Cymopolia barbata).
- Relative Contributions of Various Cellular Mechanisms to Loss of Algae during Cnidarian Bleaching.
- Slow algae, fast fungi: exceptionally high nucleotide substitution rate differences between lichenized fungi Omphalina and their symbiotic green algae Coccomyxa.
- The lichen symbiosis re-viewed through the genomes of Cladonia grayi and its algal partner Asterochloris glomerata.
- Trophic cascades in rocky shore tide pools: distinguishing lethal and nonlethal effects.