Gretchen E. Hofmann
Gretchen E. Hofmann
Professor of Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology, UC Santa Barbara
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Heat-shock proteins, molecular chaperones, and the stress response: evolutionary and ecological physiology
ME Feder, GE Hofmann
Annual review of physiology 61 (1), 243-282, 1999
39751999
The genome of the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus
E Sodergren, GM Weinstock, EH Davidson, RA Cameron, RA Gibbs, ...
Science 314 (5801), 941-952, 2006
10512006
High-frequency dynamics of ocean pH: a multi-ecosystem comparison
GE Hofmann, JE Smith, KS Johnson, U Send, LA Levin, F Micheli, ...
PloS one 6 (12), e28983, 2011
7282011
Climate change and latitudinal patterns of intertidal thermal stress
B Helmuth, CDG Harley, PM Halpin, M O'Donnell, GE Hofmann, ...
Science 298 (5595), 1015-1017, 2002
6612002
Living in the now: physiological mechanisms to tolerate a rapidly changing environment
GE Hofmann, AE Todgham
Annual review of physiology 72, 127-145, 2010
5222010
Microhabitats, thermal heterogeneity, and patterns of physiological stress in the rocky intertidal zone
BST Helmuth, GE Hofmann
The Biological Bulletin 201 (3), 374-384, 2001
4812001
The effect of ocean acidification on calcifying organisms in marine ecosystems: an organism-to-ecosystem perspective
GE Hofmann, JP Barry, PJ Edmunds, RD Gates, DA Hutchins, T Klinger, ...
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 41, 127-147, 2010
4662010
Evidence for protein damage at environmental temperatures: seasonal changes in levels of ubiquitin conjugates and hsp70 in the intertidal mussel Mytilus trossulus
G Hofmann, G Somero
Journal of Experimental Biology 198 (7), 1509-1518, 1995
4441995
Mosaic patterns of thermal stress in the rocky intertidal zone: implications for climate change
B Helmuth, BR Broitman, CA Blanchette, S Gilman, P Halpin, CDG Harley, ...
Ecological Monographs 76 (4), 461-479, 2006
4272006
Compost and compost water extract-induced systemic acquired resistance in cucumber and Arabidopsis
W Zhang, DY Han, WA Dick, KR Davis, HAJ Hoitink
Phytopathology 88 (5), 450-455, 1998
3461998
Heat-shock protein expression is absent in the Antarctic fish Trematomus bernacchii (family Nototheniidae)
GE Hofmann, BA Buckley, S Airaksinen, JE Keen, GN Somero
Journal of Experimental Biology 203 (15), 2331-2339, 2000
3212000
Adjusting the thermostat: the threshold induction temperature for the heat-shock response in intertidal mussels (genus Mytilus) changes as a function of thermal history
BA Buckley, ME Owen, GE Hofmann
Journal of Experimental Biology 204 (20), 3571-3579, 2001
3112001
Transcriptomic response of sea urchin larvae Strongylocentrotus purpuratus to CO2-driven seawater acidification
AE Todgham, GE Hofmann
Journal of Experimental Biology 212 (16), 2579-2594, 2009
2622009
Heat-shock protein expression in Mytilus californianus: acclimatization (seasonal and tidal-height comparisons) and acclimation effects
DA Roberts, GE Hofmann, GN Somero
The Biological Bulletin 192 (2), 309-320, 1997
2561997
Interspecific variation in thermal denaturation of proteins in the congeneric musselsMytilus trossulus andM. galloprovincialis: evidence from the heat-shock response and …
GE Hofmann, GN Somero
Marine Biology 126 (1), 65-75, 1996
1991996
Ocean acidification alters skeletogenesis and gene expression in larval sea urchins
MJ O’Donnell, AE Todgham, MA Sewell, LTM Hammond, K Ruggiero, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 398, 157-171, 2010
1892010
Natural variation and the capacity to adapt to ocean acidification in the keystone sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus
MW Kelly, JL Padilla‐Gamiño, GE Hofmann
Global change biology 19 (8), 2536-2546, 2013
1872013
Adaptation and the physiology of ocean acidification
MW Kelly, GE Hofmann
Functional Ecology 27 (4), 980-990, 2013
1702013
Predicted impact of ocean acidification on a marine invertebrate: elevated CO2 alters response to thermal stress in sea urchin larvae
MJ O’Donnell, LTM Hammond, GE Hofmann
Marine biology 156 (3), 439-446, 2009
1672009
Defining the limits of physiological plasticity: how gene expression can assess and predict the consequences of ocean change
TG Evans, GE Hofmann
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367 …, 2012
1392012
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