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Research Publications for Thomas G A (T G Allan) Green

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  • Jones, T. C., Green, T. G. A., Hogg, I. D., & Wilkins, R. J. (2012). Isolation and characterization of microsatellites in the lichen Buellia frigida (Physciaceae), an Antarctic endemic. American Journal of Botany, April, 131-133.

  • Ruprecht, U., Lumbsch, H. T., Brunauer, G., Green, T. G. A., & Turk, R. (2012). Insights into the diversity of Lecanoraceae (Lecanorales, Ascomycota) in continental Antarctica (Ross Sea region). Nova Hedwigia, 94(3-4), 287-306. Retrieved from

  • Green, T. G. A., Brabyn, L., Beard, C., & Sancho, L. G. (2012). Extremely low lichen growth rates in Taylor Valley, Dry Valleys, continental Antarctica. Polar Biology, 35(4), 535-541. doi:10.1007/s00300-011-1098-7

  • Schroeter, B., Green, T. G. A., Kulle, D., Pannewitz, S., Schlensog, M., & Sancho, L. G. (2012). The moss Bryum argenteum var. muticum Brid. is well adapted to cope with high light in continental Antarctica. Antarctic Science, 24(3), 281-291.

  • Sancho, L., Perez-Ortega, S., Green, A., de los Rios, A., Vivas, M., & Hogg, I. (2012). Biodiversity of lichens along the transantarctic mountains: a survey to 87ºS. In XXXII SCAR and Open Science Conference & COMNAP XXIV AGM. Conference held at Portland, OR, USA.

  • Bottos, E. M., Lee, C. K., Laughlin, D. C., McDonald, I. R., Green, T. G. A., & Cary, S. C. (2012). Environmental factors influencing microbial community structures in the Antarctic Dry Valleys. In Biology Department PhD Conference 2012. Conference held at Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Henskens, F. L., Green, T. G. A., & Wilkins, A. L. (2012). Cyanolichens can have both cyanobacteria and green algae in a common layer as major contributors to photosynthesis. Annals of Botany, 110, 555-563. Retrieved from

  • Raggio, J., Green, T. G. A., Crittenden, P. D., Pintado, A., Vivas, M., Pérez-Ortega, S., . . . Sancho, L. (2012). Comparative ecophysiology of three Placopsis species, pioneer lichens in recently exposed Chilean glacial forelands. Symbiosis, 56(2), 55-66. Retrieved from

  • Green, T. G. A., Sancho, L. G., & Pintado, A. (2011). Ecophysiology of desiccation/rehydration cycles in mosses and lichens. In U. Luttge, E. Beck, & D. Bartels (Eds.), Plant Desiccation Tolerance, Ecological Studies Vol 215 (pp. 89-120). Springer.

  • Green, T. G. A., Sancho, L. G., Turk, R., Seppelt, R. D., & Hogg, I. D. (2011). High diversity of lichens at 84⁰S, Queen Maud Mountains, suggests preglacial survival of species in the Ross Sea region, Antarctica. Polar Biology, online, 1-10. doi:10.1007/s00300-011-0982-5

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