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Prada, Julián Andrés. Regeneración de plantas vía organogénesis y crioconservación de Jatropha curcas L.. CATIE, Turrialba (Costa Rica), 2012.
Poorter, L, Joseph S Wright, H Paz, David D. Ackerly, R Condit, G Ibarra-Manríquez, Kyle Edward Harms, JC Licona, Miguel Martinez-Ramos, SJ Mazer et al. "Are functional traits good predictors of demographic rates? Evidence from five neotropical forests." Ecology 89 (2008): 1908-1920.
Pearson, K.D., G. Nelson, M. Aronson, P. Bonnet, C. Davis, E. Denny, E. Ellwood, H. Goëau, A. Joly, T. Lorieul et al. "Machine Learning Using Digitized Herbarium Specimens to Advance Phenological Research." BioScience (2020).
Pearson, K. D., S. J. Mazer, T. Ramirez-Parada, N. Love, and J. M. Yost. "A Phenology-focused CURE using Herbarium Specimen Data. Cultivating Scientific Curiosity, (Version 2.0)." QUBES Educational Resources doi:10.25334/3132-PV71 (2021).
Peach, K., J. W. Liu, and S. J. Mazer. "Climate predicts UV floral pattern size, anthocyanin concentration, and pollen performance in Clarkia unguiculata." Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10 (2020): 1856-1875.
Peach, Kristen, Jasen W. Liu, Kristen N. Klitgaard, and Susan J. Mazer. "Sex-specific floral attraction traits in a sequentially hermaphroditic species." Ecology and Evolution DOI: 10.1002/ece3.5987 (2020).
Peach, Kristen, and Susan J. Mazer. "Heteranthery in Clarkia: pollen performance of dimorphic anthers contradicts expectations." (2019).
Paz, H, SJ Mazer, and M Martinez-Ramos. "Comparative ecology of seed mass in Psychotria (Rubiaceae): within-and between-species effects of seed mass on early performance." Functional Ecology 19 (2005): 707-718.
Paz, Horacio, Susan J. Mazer, and Miguel Martinez-Ramos. "Seed mass, seedling emergence, and environmental factors in seven rain forest Psychotria (Rubiaceae)." Ecology 80 (1999): 1594-1606.
Park, Isaac W., and Susan J. Mazer. "Overlooked climate parameters best predict flowering onset: Assessing phenological models using the elastic net." Global Change Biology (2018).
Park, Isaac W., and Susan J. Mazer. "Climate affects the rate at which species successively flower: capturing an emergent property of regional florals." Global Ecology and Biogeography (2019).
Park, Isaac W.. "Advancing frost dates have reduced frost risk among most North American angiosperms since 1980." Global Change Biology 27 (2021): 165-176.
Park, Isaac W., Alex Jones, and Susan J. Mazer. PhenoForecaster: A software package for the prediction of flowering phenology., 2019.