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The Antarctic psychrophiles Chlamydomonas spp. UWO241 and ICE-MDV exhibit differential restructuring of photosystem I in response to iron. Photosynthesis Research 9, (2019).
Community response of microbial primary producers to salinity is primarily driven by nutrients in lakes. Science of the Total Environment 696, 134001 (2019).
Drivers of protistan community autotrophy and heterotrophy in chemically stratified Antarctic lakes. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 82, 225 - 239 (2019).
Chlamydomonas sp. UWO241 exhibits constitutively high cyclic electron flow and rewired metabolism under high salinity. bioRxiv (2019). doi:10.1101/813824
Impact of simulated polar night on Antarctic mixotrophic and strict photoautotrophic phytoplankton. Department of Microbiology M.S., (2019).
Influence of environmental drivers and potential interactions on the distribution of microbial communities from three permanently stratified Antarctic lakes. Frontiers in Microbiology 10, (2019).
Methane production in the oxygenated water column of a perennially ice‐covered Antarctic lake. Limnology and Oceanography (2019). doi:10.1002/lno.11257
Vertical stratification and stability of biogeochemical processes in the deep saline waters of Lake Vanda, Antarctica. Limnology and Oceanography (2019). doi:10.1002/lno.11327
Antarctic Chlamydomonas strains C. sp. UWO241 and ICE-MDV exhibit differential restructuring of the photosynthetic apparatus in response to iron. Department of Microbiology M.S., (2018).
Extremophiles (CRC Press, 2018). at <https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/e/9781498774932/chapters/10.1201%2F9781315154695-9>
Impact of nitrogen and phosphorus on phytoplankton production and bacterial community structure in two stratified Antarctic lakes: a bioassay approach. Polar Biology 40, (2017).
Multiple ice-binding proteins of probable prokaryotic origin in an Antarctic lake alga, Chlamydomonas sp. ICE-MDV (Chlorophyceae). Journal of Phycology 53, (2017).
Influence of abiotic drivers (light and nutrients) on photobiology and diversity of Antarctic lake phytoplankton communities. Department of Microbiology Ph.D., (2016).
Influence of environmental drivers and interactions on the microbial community structures in permanently stratified meromictic Antarctic lakes. Department of Microbiology Ph.D., (2016).
Microbial Community Dynamics in Two Polar Extremes: The Lakes of the McMurdo Dry Valleys and the West Antarctic Peninsula Marine Ecosystem. BioScience 66, 829 - 847 (2016).
Photoadaptation to the polar night by phytoplankton in a permanently ice-covered Antarctic lake. Limnology and Oceanography 61, (2016).
Responses of Antarctic Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems to Changing Ice Conditions. BioScience 66, 864 - 879 (2016).
Ultrastructural and Single-Cell-Level Characterization Reveals Metabolic Versatility in a Microbial Eukaryote Community from an Ice-Covered Antarctic Lake. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 82, 3659 - 3670 (2016).
Ciliate diversity, community structure and novel taxa in lakes of the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Biological Bulleting 227, 175-190 (2014).
Environmental impacts on RubisCO from green algal laboratory isolates to Antarctic lake communities. Department of Microbiology Ph.D., (2014).
Diversity and Expression of RubisCO Genes in a Perennially Ice-Covered Antarctic Lake during the Polar Night Transition. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78, 4358-4366 (2012).
Evidence of form II RubisCO ( cbbM) in a perennially ice-covered Antarctic lake. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 82, 491 - 500 (2012).
Protist diversity in a permanently ice-covered Antarctic Lake during the polar night transition. The ISME Journal 5, 1559 - 1564 (2011).
Origin and tentative identification of tri to pentaunsaturated ketones in sediments from Lake Fryxell, East Antarctica. Organic Geochemistry 41, 386 - 397 (2010).
Adaptation and acclimation of photosynthetic microorganisms to permanently cold environments. Microbial and Molecular Biology Review 70, 222-252 (2006).