Lemoine, N.P., A.M. Hoffman, A.J. Felton, L. Baur, F. Chaves, J. Gray, Q.Yu, and M.D. Smith. 2016. Underappreciated problems of low replication in ecological field studies. Ecology.
Smith, M.D., A.M. Hoffman, and M.L. Avolio. 2016. Gene expression patterns of two dominant tallgrass prairie species differ in response to warming and altered precipitation. Scientific Reports 6:25522.
Mellor, K.E., A.M. Hoffman, and M.P Timko. 2012. Use of ex vitro composite plants to study the interaction of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L.) with the root parasitic angiosperm Striga gesnerioides. Plant Methods 8:1-12.
Hoffman, A.M. 2012. Estimating tree transpiration accurately depends on wood type and species: a study of four southern Appalachian tree species. The Oculus 11:30-34.
Zinnert, J.C., J.D. Nelson, A.M. Hoffman. 2011. Effects of salinity on physiological responses and the photochemical reflectance index in two co-occurring coastal shrubs. Plant & Soil 354:45-55.
Hoffman, A.M., and M.D. Smith. 2015. Genotypes of a tallgrass prairie species respond differently to drought, despite high plasticity within populations. Organized oral presentation at Ecological Society of America annual meeting.
Hoffman, A.M., and M.D. Smith. 2014. Gene expression in co-dominant prairie grasses: comparing transcriptomes using RNA-seq and de novo assembly. Poster presentation at Ecological Society of America annual meeting.
Hoffman, A.M., K.E. Mellor, and M.P. Timko. 2012. Composite plants: A novel method for gene screening in cowpea. Poster presentation at Ecological Society of America annual meeting.