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Adaptation by Loss of Heterozygosity in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Clones Under Divergent Selection
TY James, LA Michelotti, AD Glasco, RA Clemons, RA Powers, ES James, ...
Genetics 213 (2), 665-683, 2019
322019
Source material and concentration of wildfire-produced pyrogenic carbon influence post-fire soil nutrient dynamics
LA Michelotti, JR Miesel
Forests 6 (4), 1325-1342, 2015
242015
Globally invasive genotypes of the amphibian chytrid outcompete an enzootic lineage in coinfections
TS Jenkinson, D Rodriguez, RA Clemons, LA Michelotti, KR Zamudio, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1893), 20181894, 2018
222018
Agricultural intensification heightens food safety risks posed by wild birds
OM Smith, A Edworthy, JM Taylor, MS Jones, A Tormanen, CM Kennedy, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 57 (11), 2246-2257, 2020
212020
Genome-Wide Screen for Saccharomyces cerevisiae Genes Contributing to Opportunistic Pathogenicity in an Invertebrate Model Host
SS Phadke, CJ Maclean, SY Zhao, EA Mueller, LA Michelotti, KL Norman, ...
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 8 (1), 63-78, 2018
112018
Clonal evolution in serially passaged Cryptococcus neoformans deneoformans hybrids reveals a heterogenous landscape of genomic change
LA Michelotti, S Sun, J Heitman, TY James
Genetics 220 (1), iyab142, 2022
22022
Source Material and Concentration of Wildfire-Produced Pyrogenic Carbon Influence Post-Fire Soil Nutrient Dynamics (vol 6, pg 1325, 2015)
LA Michelotti, JR Miesel
Forests 6 (10), 3683-3685, 2015
12015
Correction: Michelotti, LA and Miesel JR Source Material and Concentration of Wildfire-Produced Pyrogenic Carbon Influence Post-Fire Soil Nutrient Dynamics. Forests 2015, 6…
LA Michelotti, JR Miesel
Forests 6 (10), 3683-3685, 2015
2015
Electronic Supplementary Material for Globally invasive genotypes of the amphibian chytrid outcompete an enzootic lineage in coinfections
TS Jenkinson, D Rodriguez, RA Clemons, LA Michelotti, KR Zamudio, ...
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