Amber Paasch
Amber Paasch
Gladstone Institutes, UCSF
Verified email at gladstone.ucsf.edu
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Comparative genomics of a bacterivorous green alga reveals evolutionary causalities and consequences of phago-mixotrophic mode of nutrition
JA Burns, A Paasch, A Narechania, E Kim
Genome biology and evolution 7 (11), 3047-3061, 2015
272015
Multiple factors influence population sex ratios in the Mojave Desert moss Syntrichia caninervis
JT Baughman, AC Payton, AE Paasch, KM Fisher, SF McDaniel
bioRxiv, 075861, 2017
242017
Decoupling of Sexual Reproduction and Genetic Diversity in the Female-Biased Mojave Desert Moss Syntrichia caninervis (Pottiaceae)
AE Paasch, BD Mishler, S Nosratinia, LR Stark, KM Fisher
International Journal of Plant Sciences 176 (8), 751-761, 2015
132015
Complete Chloroplast Genome Sequence of Phagomixotrophic Green Alga Cymbomonas tetramitiformis
A Satjarak, AE Paasch, LE Graham, E Kim
Genome announcements 4 (3), e00551-16, 2016
62016
Retention of bacterivory in the dominantly photoautotrophic green alga Cymbomonas tetramitiformis is influenced by phosphate limitation
AE Paasch, JA Burns, E Kim
Protistology 10 (2), 2016
12016
Complete Chloroplast Genome Sequence of Phagomixotrophic Green Alga Cymbomonas tetramitiformis
S Anchittha, AE Paasch, LE Graham, K Eunsoo
Microbiology Resource Announcements 4 (3), 2016
2016
High genetic diversity revealed in the female-biased Mojave Desert moss, Syntrichia caninervis (Pottiaceae)
A Paasch
2013
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