Hoffman, AM and MD Smith. Thinking inside the box: Tissue culture for plant propagation in a key ecological species, Andropogon gerardii. American Journal of Plant Sciences.
Knapp, AK, C Carroll, RJ Grifn-Nolan, IJ Slette, F Chaves, L Baur, AJ Felton, JE Gray, AM Hoffman, NP Lemoine, W Mao, A Post, and MD Smith. A reality check for climate change experiments: do they reect the real world? Ecology.
Grifn-Nolan, RJ, JA Bushey, CJW Carroll, A Challis, J Chieppa, M Garbowski, AM Hoffman, AK Post, IJ Slette, D Spitzer, D Zambonini, TW Ocheltree, DT Tissue, and AK Knapp. Trait selection and community weighting are key to understanding ecosystem responses to changing precipitation regimes. Functional Ecology.
Hoffman, AM, ML Avolio, AK Knapp, and MD Smith. 2018. Codominant grasses differ in gene
expression under experimental climate extremes in native tallgrass prairie. PeerJ.
Hoffman, AM and MD Smith. 2017. Gene expression differs in codominant prairie grasses under drought. Molecular Ecology Resources.
Avolio, ML, AM Hoffman, and MD Smith. 2017. Linking gene regulation, physiology, and plant biomass allocation in Andropogon gerardii in response to drought. Plant Ecology.
Lemoine, NP, AM Hoffman, AJ Felton, L Baur, F Chaves, J Gray, Q Yu, and MD Smith. 2016. Underappreciated problems of low replication in ecological field studies. Ecology.
Smith, MD, AM Hoffman, and ML Avolio. 2016. Gene expression patterns of two dominant tallgrass prairie species differ in response to warming and altered precipitation. Scientific Reports 6:25522.
Mellor, KE, AM Hoffman, and MP 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, AM. 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, JC, JD Nelson, AM Hoffman. 2011. Effects of salinity on physiological responses and the photochemical reflectance index in two co-occurring coastal shrubs. Plant & Soil 354:45-55.