Anna O'Brien
Anna O'Brien
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Candidatus Frankia datiscae Dg1, the actinobacterial microsymbiont of Datisca glomerata, expresses the canonical nod genes nodABC in symbiosis with its host plant
T Persson, K Battenberg, IV Demina, T Vigil-Stenman, BV Heuvel, P Pujic, ...
PLoS one 10 (5), e0127630, 2015
632015
Conifer growth and reproduction in urban forest fragments: Predictors of future responses to global change?
AM O’Brien, AK Ettinger, J HilleRisLambers
Urban Ecosystems 15 (4), 879-891, 2012
392012
Experimental evolution makes microbes more cooperative with their local host genotype
RT Batstone, AM O’Brien, TL Harrison, ME Frederickson
Science 370 (6515), 476-478, 2020
232020
Resolving the genera Aloysia and Acantholippia within tribe Lantaneae (Verbenaceae), using chloroplast and nuclear sequences
P Lu-Irving, N O'Leary, A O'Brien, RG Olmstead
Systematic Botany 39 (2), 644-655, 2014
212014
Evolutionary responses to conditionality in species interactions across environmental gradients
AM O’Brien, RJH Sawers, J Ross-Ibarra, SY Strauss
The American Naturalist 192 (6), 715-730, 2018
192018
Biological responses to climate change and nanoplastics are altered in concert: Full-factor screening reveals effects of multiple stressors on primary producers
Y Yang, Y Guo, AM O’Brien, TF Lins, CM Rochman, D Sinton
Environmental science & technology 54 (4), 2401-2410, 2020
112020
Adaptive phenotypic divergence in an annual grass differs across biotic contexts
AM O'Brien, RJH Sawers, SY Strauss, J Ross‐Ibarra
Evolution 73 (11), 2230-2246, 2019
92019
Resilience to multiple stressors in an aquatic plant and its microbiome
AM O'Brien, ZH Yu, D Luo, J Laurich, E Passeport, ME Frederickson
American journal of botany 107 (2), 273-285, 2020
72020
Whose trait is it anyways? Coevolution of joint phenotypes and genetic architecture in mutualisms
AM O’Brien, CN Jack, ML Friesen, ME Frederickson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1942), 20202483, 2021
42021
Extending the Stress-Gradient hypothesis: increased local adaptation between teosinte and soil biota at the stressful end of a climate gradient
AM O'Brien, RJH Sawers, J Ross-Ibarra, SY Strauss
bioRxiv, 031195, 2015
42015
Mutualistic Outcomes Across Plant Populations, Microbes, and Environments in the Duckweed Lemna minor
AM O’Brien, J Laurich, E Lash, ME Frederickson
Microbial ecology 80 (2), 384-397, 2020
32020
Effects of Hydrogen Peroxide on Cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa in the Presence of Nanoplastics
Y Guo, AM O’Brien, TF Lins, RS Shahmohamadloo, XO Almirall, ...
ACS ES&T Water, 2021
12021
Importance of plant‐and microbe‐driven metabolic pathways for plant defence
AM O'Brien
Molecular ecology 28 (7), 1582-1584, 2019
12019
The Confluence of Abiotic and Biotic Forces: Local Adaptation of Teosinte in the Context of Rhizosphere Biota and Environmental Gradients
AM O'Brien
University of California, Davis, 2017
12017
Strengthened mutualistic adaptation between teosinte and its rhizosphere biota in cold climates
AM O'Brien, RJH Sawers, J Gasca-Pineda, I Baxter, LE Eguiarte, ...
bioRxiv, 2021
2021
A common contaminant shifts impacts of climate change on a plant-microbe mutualism: effects of temperature, CO2 and leachate from tire wear particles
AM O’Brien, TF Lins, Y Yang, ME Frederickson, D Sinton, CM Rochman
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
The effect of temperature, soil nitrogen and gastropods on Thuja plicata growth and reproduction
A O'Brien, J HilleRisLambers, A Ettinger
Nature Publishing Group, 2010
2010
PS 63-152: The effect of temperature and soil nitrogen on Thuja plicata growth and reproduction
AM O'Brien, JHR Lambers, AK Ettinger
The 95th ESA Annual Meeting, 2010
2010
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