James M. Graham

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Botany University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
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Piotrowski MJ, Graham LE, Graham JM. (2020) Temperate-zone cultivation of Oedogonium in municipal wastewater effluent to produce cellulose and oxygen. Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology
Graham LE, Knack JJ, Graham ME, et al. (2015) A metagenome for lacustrine Cladophora (Cladophorales) reveals remarkable diversity of eukaryotic epibionts and genes relevant to materials cycling. Journal of Phycology. 51: 408-18
Zulkifly SB, Graham JM, Young EB, et al. (2013) The Genus Cladophora Kützing (Ulvophyceae) as a Globally Distributed Ecological Engineer. Journal of Phycology. 49: 1-17
Graham JM, Graham LE, Zulkifly SB, et al. (2012) Freshwater diatoms as a source of lipids for biofuels. Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology. 39: 419-28
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, Kim E, Arancibia-Avila P, et al. (2010) Evolutionary and ecophysiological significance of sugar utilization by the peat moss Sphagnum compactum (Sphagnaceae) and the common charophycean associates Cylindrocystis brebissonii and Mougeotia sp. (Zygnemataceae). American Journal of Botany. 97: 1485-91
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
Kent AD, Jones SE, Lauster GH, et al. (2006) Experimental manipulations of microbial food web interactions in a humic lake: shifting biological drivers of bacterial community structure. Environmental Microbiology. 8: 1448-59
Graham JM. (2004) The biological terraforming of Mars: Planetary ecosynthesis as ecological succession on a global scale Astrobiology. 4: 168-195
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