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meiotic drive book chapter
Lukas's book chapter on the cell biology of female meiotic drive is published. (More)
driving centromeres
Our new paper shows that expanded centromeres with more satellite repeats and more CENP-A nucleosomes drive in fem (More)
centromere inheritance review
Runi's review on centromere inheritance through the germline is published. (More)
meiotic drive and spindle asymmetry
Takashi's paper showing how selfish centromeres exploit spindle asymmetry in meiosis to bias their transmission to the egg is available on bioRxiv. (More)
Just published: Iron-mediated mineralogical control of organic matter accumulation in tropical soils
Happy to announce the publication of: Coward, E.K., Thompson, A.T., and A.F. Plante (2017) Iron-mediated mineralogical control of organic matter accumulation in tropical soils Geoderma More)
Just published: Modeling forest C cycle using long-term C stock field measurement in the DRB
Happy to announce the publication of: Xu, B., Pan, Y., Plante, A.F., et al. (2017) Modeling forest carbon cycle using long-term carbon stock field measurement in the Delaware River Basin Ecosphere (2017). More)
Just published: Quantitative differentiation of coal, char and soil organic matter in an Australian coal minesoil
Happy to announce the publication of: Chan, J., Plante, A.F., Peltre, C. et al. (2016) Quantitative differentiation of coal, char and soil organic matter in an Australian coal minesoil Thermochimica Acta (2017). More)
Just published: Tree taxa and pyrolysis temperature interact to control the efficacy of pyrogenic organic matter formation
Happy to announce the publication of: Hatton, P., Chatterjee, S., Filley, T.R. et al. (2016) Tree taxa and pyrolysis temperature interact to control the efficacy of pyrogenic organic matter formation Biogeochemistry More)
Just published: Energetic and chemical signatures of persistent soil organic matter
Happy to announce the publication of: Barré, P., Plante, A.F., Cécillon, L. et al. (2016) The energetic and chemical signatures of persistent soil organic matter. Biogeochemistry (2016). More)
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