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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.
Peach, Kristen, and Susan J. Mazer. "Heteranthery in Clarkia: pollen performance of dimorphic anthers contradicts expectations." (2019).
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 (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., Alex Jones, and Susan J. Mazer. PhenoForecaster: A software package for the prediction of flowering phenology., 2019.
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).