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Naito, M., and T. E. Pawlowska. 2016. Defying Muller’s ratchet:  Heritable endobacteria escape extinction through recombination and genome plasticity. mBio 7:e02057-15, 10.1128/mBio.02057-15. Abstract
Mondo, S. J., A. Salvioli, P. Bonfante, J. B. Morton and T. E. Pawlowska. 2016. Nondegenerative evolution in ancient heritable bacterial endosymbionts of fungi. Molecular Biology and Evolution doi: 10.1093/molbev/msw086. Abstract
Naito, M. and T.E. Pawlowska. 2016. The role of mobile genetic elements in evolutionary longevity of heritable endobacteria. Mobile Genetic Elements 6 (1): e1136375. doi: 10.1080/2159256X.2015.1136375. Abstract

Naito, M., J.B. Morton, and T.E. Pawlowska. 2015. Minimal genomes of mycoplasma-related endobacteria are plastic and contain host-derived genes for sustained life within Glomeromycota.  PNAS 112(25): 7791-7796. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1501676112. Abstract. Commentary by Chih-Horng Kuo.

Toomer, K.H.*,  X. Chen, M. Naito, S.J. Mondo, H.C. den Bakker, N.W. VanKuren*, Y. Lekberg, J.B. Morton and T.E. Pawlowska. 2015. Molecular evolution patterns reveal life history features of mycoplasma-related endobacteria associated with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Molecular Ecology 24(13): 3485-3500. doi: 10.1111/mec.13250. Abstract
Desirò, A., A. Salvioli, E.L. Ngonkeu, S.J. Mondo, S. Epis, A. Faccio, A. Kaech, T.E. Pawlowska and P. Bonfante.  2014.  Detection of a novel intracellular microbiome hosted in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi.  ISME Journal 8: 257–270. Abstract
VanKuren, N.W.*, H.C. den Bakker, J.B. Morton and T.E. Pawlowska. 2013. Ribosomal RNA gene diversity, effective population size, and evolutionary longevity in asexual Glomeromycota. Evolution 67(1): 207–224. Abstract

Moebius-Clune, D.J., Z.U. Anderson* and T.E. Pawlowska. 2013. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with a single agronomic plant host across the landscape: The structure of an assemblage. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 64: 181-190. Abstract

Moebius-Clune, D.J., B.N. Moebius-Clune, H.M. van Es and T.E. Pawlowska. 2013. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with a single agronomic plant host across the landscape: Community differentiation along a soil textural gradient. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 64: 191-199. Abstract

Mondo, S.J., K.H. Toomer*, J.B. Morton, Y. Lekberg and T.E. Pawlowska. 2012. Evolutionary stability in a 400-million-year-old heritable facultative mutualism. Evolution 66: 2564-2576. Abstract

Fahey, C.*, R.A. York, and T.E. Pawlowska. 2012. Arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization of giant sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) in response to restoration practices. Mycologia 104: 988-997. Abstract

den Bakker H.C., N.W. VanKuren*, J.B. Morton and T.E. Pawlowska. 2010. Clonality and recombination in the life history of an asexual arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus. Molecular Biology and Evolution 27(11): 2474-2486. Abstract

Jany J.-L. and T.E. Pawlowska. 2010. Multinucleate spores contribute to evolutionary longevity of asexual Glomeromycota. American Naturalist 175: 424–435. Abstract. Nature Research Highlights.

Pawlowska T.E. 2010. Population genetics of fungal mutualists of plants. In Microbial Population Genetics. Ed. J. Xu. Horizon Scientific Press.

Castillo, D.M.* and T.E. Pawlowska. 2010. Molecular evolution in bacterial endosymbionts of fungi. Molecular Biology and Evolution 27(3): 622–636. Abstract

Pawlowska T.E.  2007.  How the genome is organized in the Glomeromycota. In Sex in Fungi: Molecular Determination and Evolutionary Implications. Eds. J. Heitman, J.W. Kronstad, J.W. Taylor and L.A. Casselton. ASM Press. Washington, D.C. pp. 419-430.

Pawlowska, T.E. 2005. Genetic processes in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Minireview. FEMS Microbiology Letters 251: 185-192. PDF
Pawlowska, T.E. & J.W. Taylor. 2005. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: Hyphal fusion and multigenomic structure (reply). Nature 433: E4 (doi: 10.1038/nature03295). PDF
Pawlowska, T.E. & J.W. Taylor. 2004. Organization of genetic variation in individuals of arbuscular mycorhizal fungi. Nature 427: 733-737. PDF Supplementary Information
Pawlowska, T.E. & I. Charvat. 2004. Heavy metal stress and developmental patterns in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 70(11): 6643-6649. PDF
Pawlowska, T.E. & I. Charvat. 2002. Influence of edaphic and environmental factors on arbuscular mycorrhizae. In Arbuscular Mycorrhizae: Interactions in Plants, Rhizosphere and Soils (A.K. Sharma & B.N. Johri, eds.). Science Publishers, Inc., Enfield, NH, pp. 105-134.
Pawlowska, T.E., R.L. Chaney, M. Chin, & I. Charvat. 2000. Effects of metal phytoextraction practices on the indigenous community of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi at a metal-contaminated landfill. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 66(6): 2526-2530. PDF
Pawlowska, T.E., D. Douds and I. Charvat. 1999. In vitro propagation and life cycle of an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus etunicatum. Mycological Research 103(12): 1549-1556. PDF
Pawlowska, T.E., J. Blaszkowski and Å. Rühling. 1996. The mycorrhizal status of plants colonizing a calamine spoil mound in southern Poland. Mycorrhiza 6: 499-505. PDF
Pawlowska, T. 1991. Plant mycorrhizae in the sedimentation tanks of the Cracow Soda Factory. Zeszyty Naukowe UJ, Prace Botaniczne 22: 163-170.
Turnau, K., B. Kropieniewicz and T. Pawlowska. 1991. Ascomycetes on spoil mounds of the Cracow Soda Factory. Zeszyty Naukowe UJ, Prace Botaniczne 22: 145-154.
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