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Hypolithic microbial communities: Between a rock and a hard placeChan, Y; Lacap, DC; Lau, MCY; Ha, KY; WarrenRhodes, KA; Cockell, CS; Cowan, DA; Mckay, CP; Pointing, SB201275
 
Low-diversity fungal assemblage in an Antarctic Dry Valleys soilRao, S; Chan, Y; Lacap, DC; Hyde, KD; Pointing, SB; Farrell, RL2012284
 
Hypolithic microbial communities of quartz rocks from Miers Valley, McMurdo Dry Valleys, AntarcticaKhan, N; Tuffin, M; Stafford, W; Cary, C; Lacap, DC; Pointing, SB; Cowan, D201186
 
Ancient origins determine global biogeography of hot and cold desert cyanobacteriaBahl, J; Lau, MCY; Smith, GJD; Vijaykrishna, D; Cary, SC; Lacap, DC; Lee, CK; Papke, RT; Warren-Rhodes, KA; Wong, FKY; McKay, CP; Pointing, SB2011112
 
Stochastic and deterministic processes interact in the assembly of desert microbial communities on a global scaleCaruso, T; Chan, Y; Lacap, DC; Lau, MCY; Mckay, CP; Pointing, SB201170
 
Cyanobacteria and chloroflexi-dominated hypolithic colonization of quartz at the hyper-arid core of the Atacama Desert, ChileLacap, DC; Warren-Rhodes, KA; McKay, CP; Pointing, SB2011157
 
Endolithic microbial colonization of limestone in a high-altitude arid environmentWong, FKY; Lau, MCY; Lacap, DC; Aitchison, JC; Cowan, DA; Pointing, SB2010178
 
Hypolithic Microbial Community of Quartz Pavement in the High-Altitude Tundra of Central TibetWong, FKY; Lacap, DC; Lau, MCY; Aitchison, JC; Cowan, DA; Pointing, SB2010170
 
Highly specialized microbial diversity in hyper-arid polar desert (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009) 106, 47, (19964-19969) DOI:10.1073/pnas.0908274106)Pointing, SB; Chan, Y; Lacap, DC; Lau, MCY; Jurgens, JA; Farrell, RL201046
 
Highly specialized microbial diversity in hyper-arid polar desertPointing, SB; Chan, Y; Lacap, DC; Lau, MCY; Jurgens, JA; Farrell, RL2009205
 
Thermophilic microbial mats in a tropical geothermal location display pronounced seasonal changes but appear resilient to stochastic disturbanceLacap, DC; Barraquio, W; Pointing, SB200751
 
Hypolithic community shifts occur as a result of liquid water availability along environmental gradients in China's hot and cold hyperarid desertsPointing, SB; WarrenRhodes, KA; Lacap, DC; Rhodes, KL; Mckay, CP200769
 
Environmental determinants of hypolithis diversity in hyperarid deserts (poster)Lacap, DC; Pointing, SB2006106
 
Community phylogenetic diversity of cyanobacterial mats associated with geothermal springs along a tropical intertidal gradientJing, H; Lacap, DC; Chui, YL; Pointing, SB2006142
 
Hypolithic cyanobacteria, dry limit of photosynthesis, and microbial ecology in the hyperarid Atacama DesertWarrenRhodes, KA; Rhodes, KL; Pointing, SB; Ewing, SA; Lacap, DC; GómezSilva, B; Amundson, R; Friedmann, EI; Mckay, CP200687
 
Aridity-induced limit to photosynthesis and primary production in the Atacama DesertWarren-Rhodes, K; Rhodes, KL; Pointing, SB; Ewing, S; Lacap, DC; Gomez-Silva, B; Amundson, R; Friedmann, IE; McKay, CP2005145
 
Seasonal patterns in 16S rRNA gene-defined diversity, mat structure and abundance of Fischerella-dominated thermophilic mats in a tropical geothermal spring (poster)Lacap, DC; Pointing, SB2005133
 
Seasonal patterns in 16SrRNA gene-defined diversity, mat structure and abundance of Fischerella-dominated thermophilic mats in a tropical geothermal springLacap, DC; Pointing, SB200597
 
Community structure of free-floating filamentous cyanobacterial mats from the Wonder Lake geothermal springs in the PhilippinesLacap, DC; Smith, GJD; WarrenRhodes, K; Pointing, SB2005665
 
Community phylogenetic analysis of moderately thermophilic cyanobacterial mats from China, the Philippines and ThailandHongmei, J; Aitchison, JC; Lacap, DC; Peerapornpisal, Y; Sompong, U; Pointing, SB2005154
 
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