Jeffrey D. Silberman

Affiliations: 
Cell & Molecular Biology University of Arkansas, Little Rock, AR 
Area:
Systematic Biology, Microbiology Biology, Evolution and Development Biology
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Andrew Roger post-doc University of Arkansas (Evolution Tree)

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Matthew W. Brown grad student 2005-2010 University of Arkansas (Evolution Tree)
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Schuler GA, Tice AK, Pearce RA, et al. (2018) Phylogeny and Classification of Novel Diversity in Sainouroidea (Cercozoa, Rhizaria) Sheds Light on a Highly Diverse and Divergent Clade. Protist. 169: 853-874
Kang S, Tice AK, Spiegel FW, et al. (2017) Between a pod and a hard test: the deep evolution of amoebae. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Leger MM, Kolisko M, Kamikawa R, et al. (2017) Organelles that illuminate the origins of Trichomonas hydrogenosomes and Giardia mitosomes. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 1: 0092
Gawryluk RM, Kamikawa R, Stairs CW, et al. (2016) The Earliest Stages of Mitochondrial Adaptation to Low Oxygen Revealed in a Novel Rhizarian. Current Biology : Cb
Tice AK, Silberman JD, Walthall AC, et al. (2016) Sorodiplophrys stercorea: Another Novel Lineage of Sorocarpic Multicellularity. The Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology
Bass D, Silberman JD, Brown MW, et al. (2016) Coprophilic amoebae and flagellates, including Guttulinopsis, Rosculus and Helkesimastix, characterise a divergent and diverse rhizarian radiation and contribute to a large diversity of faecal-associated protists. Environmental Microbiology
Zhang Q, Táborský P, Silberman JD, et al. (2015) Marine Isolates of Trimastix marina Form a Plesiomorphic Deep-branching Lineage within Preaxostyla, Separate from Other Known Trimastigids (Paratrimastix n. gen.). Protist. 166: 468-91
Brown MW, Sharpe SC, Silberman JD, et al. (2013) Phylogenomics demonstrates that breviate flagellates are related to opisthokonts and apusomonads. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 280: 20131755
Harding T, Brown MW, Plotnikov A, et al. (2013) Amoeba stages in the deepest branching heteroloboseans, including Pharyngomonas: evolutionary and systematic implications. Protist. 164: 272-86
Brown MW, Silberman JD. (2013) The non-dictyostelid sorocarpic amoebae Dictyostelids: Evolution, Genomics and Cell Biology. 219-242
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