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Improving Gene Targeting Efficiency In Human Pluripotent Stem Cells, Han, Sangyoon, McCann Anna, Laurent Louise C., Loring Jeanne F., and Liu Ying , Primary and Stem Cells: Gene Transfer Technologies and Applications, Hoboken, (Submitted)
A large carnivorous mammal from the Late Cretaceous and the North American origin of marsupials, Wilson, Gregory P., Ekdale E. G., Hoganson J. W., Calede J. J., and Vander Linden A. , Nature Communications, (Submitted)
The complete mitochondrial and chloroplast genomes of a novel haptophyte, Chrysochromulina tobin, reveal unique repeat architectures, and evolutionary signatures, Hovde, B., Starkenburg S., Hunsperger H., Mercer L., Deodato C., Jha R., Cheretkov O., Monnat R., and Cattolico R. A. , submitted:BMC Genomics, (Submitted)
Elk (Cervus elaphus) exclusion alters plant successional trajectories in the Mount St. Helens blast zone, Fleming, Michael, del Moral Roger, Crisafulli Charles, and Frenzen Peter , American Midland Naturalist, (Submitted)
Language and birdsong: Introduction to the special issue, Brenowitz, E. A., Perkel D. J., and Osterhout L. , Brain Lang, (Submitted)
Gender gaps in achievement and participation in multiple introductory biology classrooms, Eddy, S., Brownell S., and Wenderoth M. P. , CBE-LIfe Science Education, (Submitted)
Anatomy of a songbird basal ganglia circuit essential for vocal learning and plasticity, Gale, S. D., and Perkel D. J. , J Chem Neuroanat, Volume 39, Issue 2, p.124-31, (Submitted)
Reconstruction of the recent ethnological and environmental history of the mountainous area of the Catalan Coast (Iberian Peninsula), using macro- and micro-contents from ovicaprine animal dung, Panades i Blas, X., Bartolomé i Filella J., Strömberg C. A. E., Soriano i Tomàs I., Buckland P., Serieyssol K. K., Bach i Plaza J., Arillo Aranda A., Lozar F., Stevenson T., et al. , Environmental Archaeology, (Submitted)
Unexpectedly large phytolith C sequestration potential in global terrestrial ecosystems, Song, Z., Liu H., and Strömberg C. A. E. , Nature, (Submitted)
A basal ganglia pathway drives selective auditory responses in songbird dopaminergic neurons via disinhibition, Gale, S. D., and Perkel D. J. , J Neurosci, Volume 30, Issue 3, p.1027-37, (Submitted)
Striatal dopamine modulates basal ganglia output and regulates social context-dependent behavioral variability through D1 receptors, Leblois, A., Wendel B. J., and Perkel D. J. , J Neurosci, Volume 30, Issue 16, p.5730-43, (Submitted)
Light environment and epidermal cell morphology in grasses, Dunn, R. E., Strömberg C. A. E., and Le T. - Y. , International Journal of Plant Sciences, (Submitted)
Large contribution of forests to carbon sink through continental silicate weathering, Song, Z., Liu H., Strömberg C. A. E., Wang H., Strong P. J., Li B., and Xu C. , Environmental Science & Technology, (Submitted)
Regional-scale variability in the spread of grasslands in the late Miocene, Chen, S. T., Smith S. Y., Sheldon N. D., and Strömberg C. A. E. , Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, (Submitted)
Climate determines upper, but not lower, altitudinal range limits of Pacific Northwest conifers. , Ettinger, A. K., Ford K. R., and HilleRisLambers J. , Ecology, (Submitted)
Effects of progressively increasing mid-latitude forest area on global energy transport, clouds, and tropical precipitation., Lague, Marysa M., and Swann Abigail L. S. , Geophysical Research Letters, (Submitted)
Quasi-static Eocene-Oligocene climate in Patagonia promotes slow faunal evolution and mid-Cenozoic global cooling, Kohn, M. J., Strömberg C. A. E., Madden R. H., Dunn R. E., Evans S., Palacios A., and Carlini A. A. , Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, (Submitted)
A Novel Model for Examining Recovery of Phonation After Vocal Nerve Damage, Bhama, P. K., Hillel A. D., Merati A. L., and Perkel D. J. , J Voice, (Submitted)
Magellanic Penguins (Spheniscus magellanicus), Boersma, P. D., Garcia-Borboroglu P., Frere E., Kane O. J., Pozzi L. M., Putz K., Rey A. R., Rebstock G. A., Simeone A., Smith J. R., et al. , Penguins: Natural History and Conservation, Seattle, (In Press)