Hannah Giauque
Hannah Giauque
Graduate Research Assistant, University of Texas at Austin
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Climate affects symbiotic fungal endophyte diversity and performance
H Giauque, CV Hawkes
American journal of botany 100 (7), 1435-1444, 2013
Fungal symbionts alter plant drought response
ER Worchel, HE Giauque, SN Kivlin
Microbial Ecology 65, 671-678, 2013
Endophyte traits relevant to stress tolerance, resource use and habitat of origin predict effects on host plants
H Giauque, EW Connor, CV Hawkes
New Phytologist 221 (4), 2239-2249, 2019
Historical and current climate drive spatial and temporal patterns in fungal endophyte diversity
H Giauque, CV Hawkes
Fungal Ecology 20, 108-114, 2016
Historical and current climate drive spatial and temporal patterns in fungal endophyte diversity. Fungal Ecol 20: 108–114
H Giauque, CV Hawkes
Local plants, not soils, are the primary source of foliar fungal community assembly in a C4 grass
BK Whitaker, H Giauque, C Timmerman, N Birk, CV Hawkes
Microbial ecology, 1-9, 2022
Fungal symbionts generate water-saver and water-spender plant drought strategies via diverse effects on host gene expression
CD Aimone, H Giauque, CV Hawkes
Phytobiomes Journal 7 (2), 172-183, 2023
Hierarchical controls of endophyte-mediated drought tolerance: ecological, physiological, and molecular
HE Giauque
Fungal responses to historical and contemporary rainfall across spatial and temporal gradients
CV Hawkes, HE Giauque, G Miller, JD Rocca, B Waring
2017 ESA Annual Meeting (August 6--11), 2017
Historical Contingencies in Microbial Responses to Drought
C Hawkes, B Waring, J Rocca, S Kivlin, H Giauque, C Averill
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2014, GC21H-04, 2014
Climatic drivers of fungal endophyte distributions and their impacts on plant drought resistance
HE Giauque, CV Hawkes
PHYTOPATHOLOGY 103 (6), 183-183, 2013
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