Martha E. Cook

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Botany University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
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Linda K. E. Graham grad student UW Madison
 (Martha Cook is a professor at Illinois State University.)
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Satjarak A, Graham LE, Piotrowski MJ, et al. (2020) Shotgun metagenomics and microscopy indicate diverse cyanophytes, other bacteria, and microeukaryotes in the epimicrobiota of a northern Chilean wetland Nostoc (Cyanobacteria). Journal of Phycology
Satjarak A, Graham LE, Piotrowski MJ, et al. (2020) Shotgun metagenomics and microscopy indicate diverse cyanophytes, other bacteria, and microeukaryotes in the epimicrobiota of a northern Chilean wetland Nostoc (Cyanobacteria). Journal of Phycology
Graham LE, Knack JJ, Piotrowski MJ, et al. (2014) Lacustrine Nostoc (Nostocales) and associated microbiome generate a new type of modern clotted microbialite. Journal of Phycology. 50: 280-91
Tardi NJ, Cook ME, Edwards KA. (2012) Rapid phenotypic analysis of uncoated Drosophila samples with low-vacuum scanning electron microscopy. Fly. 6: 184-92
Graham LE, Arancibia-Avila P, Taylor WA, et al. (2012) Aeroterrestrial Coleochaete (Streptophyta, Coleochaetales) models early plant adaptation to land. American Journal of Botany. 99: 130-44
Graham LE, Cook ME, Hanson DT, et al. (2010) Structural, physiological, and stable carbon isotopic evidence that the enigmatic Paleozoic fossil Prototaxites formed from rolled liverwort mats. American Journal of Botany. 97: 268-75
Graham LE, Cook ME, Hanson DT, et al. (2010) Rolled liverwort mats explain major Prototaxites features: Response to commentaries. American Journal of Botany. 97: 1079-86
Graham LE, Wilcox LW, Cook ME, et al. (2004) Resistant tissues of modern marchantioid liverworts resemble enigmatic Early Paleozoic microfossils. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 101: 11025-9
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