68. Nathan S Garcia, Julie Sexton, Jeff Brown, Tracie Riggins, Michael W Lomas, and Adam C Martiny. High variability in cellular carbon : nitrogen : phosphorus ratios within lineages of marine eukaryotic phytoplankton. In review. 2017.

67. Alyse A Larkin and Adam C Martiny. Microdiversity shapes the traits, niche space, and biogeography of microbial taxa. Environ. Microbiol. 2017.

66. Adam C. Martiny, Lanying Ma, Céline Mouginot, and Erik R. Zinser. Interactions between thermal acclimation, growth rate, and phylogeny Influence Prochlorococcus elemental stoichiometry. PLoS One. 2016.

65. George I Hagstrom, Simon A Levin, and Adam C Martiny. Resource ratios determine nutrient limitation of primary productivity in the ocean. In review. 2017.

64. Pedro Flombaum and Adam C Martiny. Picophytoplankton lineages display clear niche partitioning but overall positive response to future ocean warming. In revision. 2017.

63. Steven E Baer, Michael W Lomas, Kristina X Terpis, Celine Mouginot, and Adam C Martiny. Stoichiometry of Prochlorococcus, Synechococcus, and small eukaryotic populations in the western North Atlantic Ocean. Env. Microbiol. DOI: 10.1111/1462-2920.13672. 2017.

62. Agathe Talarmin, Michael W Lomas, Yann Bozec, Nicolas Savoye, Helen Frigstad, David Karl, and Adam C Martiny. Seasonal and interannual changes in elemental concentrations and ratios of marine particulate organic matter. Global Biogeochem Cy. 2016.

61. Michaeline Nelson, Adam C Martiny, and Jennifer BH Martiny. Global Biogeography of Microbial Nitrogen-Cycling Traits in Soil. PNAS. 113:8033-8040. 2016.

60. Renaud Berlemont and Adam C Martiny. Macro eco-evolutionary patterns of carbohydrate processing in microbial communities. PLoS Comp. Biol. 2016.

59. Jennifer BH Martiny, Adam C Martiny, Claudia Weihe, Ying Lu, Renaud Berlemont, Eoin L Brodie, Michael L Goulden, Kathleen K Treseder, and Steven D Allison. Microbial legacies alter decomposition in response to simulated global change. ISME J. 2016.

58. Johann L Lopez, Nathan S Garcia, David Talmy, and Adam C Martiny. Diel variability in the elemental composition of the marine cyanobacterium Synechococcus. J. Plankt. Res. 38 (4): 1052-1061. 2016.

57. David Talmy, Adam C Martiny, C. Hill, Anne E Hickman, and Mick Follows. Zooplankton regulation of surface ocean POC:PON ratios. Global Biogeochem Cy. 2016. DOI: 10.1002/2015GB005273.

56. Nathan S Garcia, Juan A Bonachela, and Adam C Martiny. Growth-dependent cell size controls interactions between nutrient supply and cellular elemental stoichiometry of marine Synechococcus. ISME J. 10, 2715–2724. 2016.

55. Jennifer BH Martiny, Stuart Jones, Jay T Lennon, and Adam C Martiny. Microbiomes in light of traits: a phylogenetic perspective. Science. 350:6261:aac9323. 2015.

54. Adam C Martiny, Agathe Talarmin, Céline Mouginot, Jeanette A Lee, Jeremy S Huang, Alyssa G Gellene, and David A Caron. Biogeochemical interactions control a temporal succession in the elemental composition of marine communities. Limnol. Oceanogr. 61: 531–542. 2016.

53. Aravind Singh, Steven E Baer, Ulf Riebesell, Adam C Martiny, and Michael W. Lomas. C:N:P stoichiometry at the Bermuda Atlantic Time-series station in the North Atlantic Ocean. Biogeosci., 12, 6389-6403. 2015.

52. Alyssa G Kent, Christopher L Dupont, Shibu Yooseph, Adam C Martiny. Global biogeography of Prochlorococcus genome diversity in the surface ocean. ISME J. 10:1856-65. 2016. doi: 10.1038/ismej.2015.265.

51. Michaeline Nelson, Renaud Berlemont, Adam C Martiny, and Jennifer B.H. Martiny. Nitrogen Cycling Potential of a Grassland Plant Litter Microbial Community. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81:20:7012-22. 2015.

50. Anthony S Amend, Adam C Martiny, Steven D Allison, Renaud Berlemont, Michael L Goulden, Ying Lu, Kathleen K Treseder, Claudia Weihe, Jennifer BH Martiny. Microbial response to simulated global change is phylogenetically conserved and correlated with functional potential. ISME J. 10, 109–118. 2016.

49. Eric Galbraith and Adam C Martiny. A simple nutrient-dependence mechanism for predicting the stoichiometry of marine ecosystems. PNAS. 112:27:8199-8204 2015.

48. C­éline Mouginot, Amy E Zimmerman, Juan A Bonachela, Helen Fredricks, Steven D Allison, Benjamin AS Van Mooy, and Adam C Martiny. Resource allocation by the marine cyanobacterium Synechococcus WH8102 in response to different nutrient supply ratios. Limnol. Oceanogr. 60:5:1634-41. doi: 10.1002/lno.10123. 2015.

47. Renaud Berlemont and Adam C Martiny. Genomic potential for polysaccharides deconstruction in bacteria. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81:4:1513-19. 2015.

46. Cécilia B Kretz, Doug W Bell, Debra A Lomas, Michael W Lomas, and Adam C Martiny. Influence of growth rate on the physiological response of marine Synechococcus to phosphate limitation. Front. Microbiol. 6:85. 2015.

45. Stephen M Hatosy and Adam C Martiny. The ocean as a global reservoir of antibiotic resistance genes. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81:21:7593-99. 2015

44. Michael W Lomas, Juan A Bonachela, Simon A Levin, and Adam C Martiny. Impact of ocean phytoplankton diversity on phosphate uptake. PNAS. 111:49:17540-17545. 2014.

43. Adam C Martiny, Jasper A Vrugt, and Michael W Lomas. Concentrations and ratios of particulate organic carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus in the global ocean. Sci. Dat. 1, 140048. doi:10.1038/sdata.2014.48. 2014.

42. Kristin L Matulich, Claudia Weihe, Steven D Allison, Anthony S Amend, Renaud Berlemont, Mike Goulden, Sarah Kimball, Adam C Martiny, and Jennifer BH Martiny. Temporal variation overshadows the response of leaf litter microbial composition to simulated global change. ISME J. 9:2477-89. 2015.

41. Paul M Berube, Steven J Biller, Alyssa G Kent, Jessie W Thompson, Sara E Roggensack, Kathryn H Roache-Johnson, Marcia Ackerman, Lisa R Moore, Joshua D Meisel, Daniel Sher, Luke R Thompson, Lisa Campbell, Adam C Martiny, and Sallie W Chisholm. Physiology and evolution of nitrate acquisition in Prochlorococcus. ISME J. 9:1195–1207. 2015.

40. Yi-Cheng Teng, Francois W Primeau, J Keith Moore, Michael W Lomas, and Adam C Martiny. Global-scale variations in the carbon to phosphorous ratio of exported marine organic matter. Nature Geo. 7, 895–898. doi:10.1038/ngeo2303. 2014.

39. Zackary I Johnson and Adam C Martiny. New tools for quantifying phytoplankton community structure. Annu. Rev. Mar. Sci. 7:1:299-324. DOI: 10.1146/annurev-marine-010814-015902. 2015.

38. Steven D Allison, Ying Lu, Alyssa Kent, and Adam C Martiny. Extracellular enzyme production and cheating in Pseudomonas fluorescens depend on diffusion rates. Front. Microbiol., 11 April 2014 | doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2014.00169.

37. Céline Mouginot, Rika Kawamura, Kristin Matulich, Renaud Berlemont, Steven D Allison, Anthony S Amend, and Adam C Martiny. Elemental stoichiometry of Fungi and Bacteria strains from grassland leaf litter. Soil Biol. Biochem. 76:278-285. DOI: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2014.05.011. 2014.

36. Renaud Berlemont, Steven D Allison, Claudia Weihe, Ying Lu, Eoin L Brodie, Jennifer BH Martiny, and Adam C Martiny. Cellulolytic potential under environmental changes in microbial communities from grassland litter. Front. Microbiol., doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2014.00639. 2014.

35. Amy E Zimmerman, Adam C Martiny, Michael W Lomas, and Steven D Allison. Phosphate supply explains variation in nucleic acid allocation but not C:P stoichiometry in the Western North Atlantic. Biogeosciences, 11:1599-1611, doi:10.5194/bg-11-1599-2014. 2014.

34. Mari Nyyssönen, Huu M Tran, Ulas Karaoz, Claudia Weihe, Masood Z Hadi, Jennifer BH Martiny, Adam C Martiny, and Eoin L. Brodie. Coupled high-throughput functional screening and next generation sequencing for identification of plant polymer decomposing enzymes in metagenomic libraries. Front. Microbiol., 23 September 2013 | doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00282.

33. Desiree Unsworth, Adam C Martiny, and Jeffrey A. Russell. Presence of Staphylococcus aureus in a university dance environment. J. Dance Med. Sci. 18:3:115-120. 2014.

32. Cecilia Batmalle, Hsin-I Chiang, Kun Zhang, Michael W Lomas, and Adam C Martiny. Development and bias assessment of a method for targeted metagenomic sequencing of marine Cyanobacteria. Appl. Environ. Microbiol.  80(3):1116. DOI: 10.1128/AEM.02834-13. 2014.

31. Amy Zimmerman, Steven D Allison, and Adam C Martiny. Elemental stoichiometry and resource allocation in heterotrophic marine bacteria. Env. Microbiol. 16:5:1398–1410. DOI: 10.1111/1462-2920.12329. 2014.

30. Adam C Martiny, Jasper A Vrugt, Francois W. Primeau, and Michael W Lomas. Regional variation in the particulate organic carbon to nitrogen ratio in the surface ocean. Global Biogeochem Cy 27:723-731, doi:10.1002/gbc.20061,  2013.

29. Pedro Flombaum, José L Gallegos, Rodolfo A Gordillo, José Rincón, Lina L Zabala, Nianzhi Jiao, David M Karl, William KW Li, Michael W Lomas, Daniele Veneziano, Carolina S Vera, Jasper A Vrugt, and Adam C Martiny. Present and future global distributions of the marine Cyanobacteria Prochlorococcus and Synechococcus PNAS. 110:24:9824-9829 2013.

28. Stephen M Hatosy, Jennifer BH Martiny, Rohan Sachdeva, Joshua Steele, Jed A Fuhrman, and Adam C Martiny. Beta-diversity of marine bacteria depends on temporal scale. Ecology, 94:9:1898–1904, 2013.

27. Renaud Berlemont and Adam C Martiny. Phylogenetic distribution of potential cellulases in bacteria. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 79:5:1545-54. 2013.

26. Juan A Bonachela, Steven D Allison, Adam C Martiny, and Simon A Levin. A model for variable phytoplankton stoichiometry based on cell protein regulation. Biogeosciences, 10:4341-4356, 2013.

25. Amy Zimmerman, Adam C Martiny, and Steven Allison. Fine-scale phylogenetic clustering of resource-acquiring enzyme genes among sequenced prokaryotic genomes. doi:10.1038/ismej.2012.176. ISME J. 7:1187–1199. 2013.

24. Steven D Allison, Ying Lu, Claudia Weihe, Michael L Goulden, Adam C Martiny, Kathleen K Treseder, Jennifer BH Martiny. Microbial abundance and composition influence litter decomposition response to environmental change. Ecology 94:714–725. 2013.

23. Adam C Martiny, Kathleen Treseder, and Gordon Pusch. Phylogenetic conservatism of functional traits in microorganisms. ISME J 7:830–838. 2013.

22. Adam C Martiny, Chau TA Pham, Francois W Primeau, Jasper A Vrugt, J Keith Moore, Simon A Levin, and Michael W Lomas. Strong latitudinal patterns in the elemental ratios of marine plankton and organic matter. Nature Geo. 6:4:279-283 2013.

21. Anthony S Amend, Tom A Oliver, Linda A Amaral-Zettler, Antje Boetius, Jed A Fuhrman, M Claire Horner-Devine, Susan M Huse, David B Mark Welch, Adam C Martiny, Alban Ramette, Lucie Zinger, Mitchell L Sogin, Jennifer BH Martiny. Macroecological Patterns of Marine Bacteria on a Global Scale. J. Biogeography. 40:800–811. 2012.

20. Steven D Allison, Yi Chao, John D Farrara, Stephen Hatosy, and Adam C Martiny. Fine-scale temporal variation in marine ectoenzymes of coastal southern California. Front. Microbio. 3:301. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2012.00301. 2012.

19. Sara Freitas, Stephen M Hatosy, Jed A Fuhrman, Susan M. Huse, David B Mark Welch, Michell L Sogin, and Adam C Martiny. Global distribution and diversity of marine Verrucomicrobia. ISME J. 6:1499–1505. 2012.

18. Adam C Martiny, Jennifer BH Martiny, Claudia Weihe, Andrew Field, and Julie Ellis. Functional metagenomics reveals previously unrecognized diversity of antibiotic resistance genes in gulls. Front. Microbio. 2:238. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2011.00238. 2011.

17. Satish K Kathuria, and Adam C Martiny. Prevalence of a calcium-based alkaline phosphatase associated with the marine cyanobacterium Prochlorococcus and other ocean bacteria. Environ. Microbiol. 13:74-83. 2011.

16. Douglas Rusch, Adam C Martiny, Chris L Dupont, Aaron L Halpern, and J Craig Venter. Characterization of Prochlorococcus clades from iron depleted oceanic regions. PNAS 107:16184-89. 2010.

15. Rex R Malmstrom, Allison Coe, Gregory C Kettler, Adam C Martiny, Jorge Frias-Lopez, Erik R Zinser, and Sallie W Chisholm. Temporal dynamics of Prochlorococcus ecotypes in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. ISME J. 4:10:1252-64. 2010

14. Martiny, A.C., Kathuria, S.K., and P. Berube. Widespread metabolic potential for nitrite and nitrate assimilation among Prochlorococcus ecotypes. PNAS 106:10787-92 2009. 2009.

13. Martiny, A.C., Huang, Y. and W. Li. Occurrence of phosphate acquisition genes in Prochlorococcus cells from different ocean regions. Environ. Microbiol. 11:1340-47. 2009.

12. Martiny, A.C., Tai, A.P.K., Veneziano, D., Primeau, F. and S.W. Chisholm. Taxonomic resolution, ecotypes, and the biogeography of Prochlorococcus. Environ. Microbiol. 11:823-32. 2009.

11. Horner-Devine, M.C. and A.C. Martiny. News about Nitrogen. Science 320:757-758. 2008.

10. *Kettler, G., *Martiny, A.C., Huang, K., Zucker, J., Coleman, M.L., Rodrigue, S., Chen, F., Lapidus, A.,Ferriera, S., Johnson, J., Steglich, C., Richardson, P., Church, G.M. and S.W. Chisholm. Patterns and Implications of Gene Gain and Loss in the Evolution of Prochlorococcus. PLoS Genet. 3(12): e231. 2007.

9. *Martiny, A.C., *Coleman, M.L. and S.W. Chisholm. Phosphate acquisition genes in Prochlorococcus ecotypes: Evidence for genome-wide adaptation. PNAS 103:12552-12557. 2006.

8. Zhang, K., Martiny, A.C., Reppas, N.B., Barry, K.W., Malek, J., Chisholm, S.W. and G.M. Church. Sequencing of genomes from single cells with polymerase cloning. Nature Biotech., 24:680-86. 2006.

7. Coleman, M.L., Sullivan, M.B., Martiny, A.C., Steglich, C., DeLong, E.F., and S.W. Chisholm. Genomic islands and the ecology and evolution of Prochlorococcus. Science 311:1768-70. 2006.

6. Zinzer, E.R, Coe, A., Johnson, Z.I.,Martiny, A.C., Fuller, N.J., Scanlan, D.J., and S.W. Chisholm. Prochlorococcus ecotype abundances in the North Atlantic Ocean as revealed by an improved quantitative PCR method. Appl. Env. Microbiol. 72:723-732. 2006.

5. Martiny, A.C., Albrechtsen, H.-J., Arvin, E., and S. Molin. Identification of biofilm and bulk water bacteria in a non–chlorinated model drinking water distribution system: Detection of a large nitrite oxidizing population associated with Nitrospira. Appl. Env. Microbiol. 71:8611-8617. 2005.

4. Holm, A.-C., Martiny, A.C., Hoffman-Bang, J., Ahring, B.K., and M. Kilstrup. Identification of bacteria from archeological wood. Int. Biodeter. and Bioeng. 53:79-88. 2004.

3. Martiny, A.C., Jørgensen, T.M., Albrechtsen, H.-J., Arvin, E., and S. Molin. 2003. Long-term succession in structure and diversity of a biofilm formed in a model drinking water distribution system. Appl. Env. Microbiol. 69:6899-6907

2. Boe-Hansen, R., Martiny, A.C., Arvin, E., and H.-J. Albrechtsen.  Monitoring biofilm formation and activity in drinking water distribution networks under oligotrophic conditions. Wat. Sci. Tech. 47 (5) 91 – 97. 2003.

1. Martiny, A.C., Nielsen, A.T., Arvin, E., Molin, S., and H.-J. Albrechtsen. In situ examination of microbial populations in a model drinking water distribution system. Wat. Sci. Tech.: Wat. Suppl., 2, 283-288. 2002.

*Contributed equally to this work

Author's in bold are from the A. Martiny Lab


Publications – Book chapters

2. Martiny, A.C., Huang, Y., and W. Li. Adaptation to Nutrient Availability in Marine Microorganisms by Gene Gain and Loss. Molecular Ecology Handbook 2:26:269-276. 2011.

1. Albrechtsen, H.-J., Martiny, A.C., Arvin, E., and S. Molin. Biofilmdannelse i ledningsnet : populationssammensætning i vand- og biofilmprøver (in Danish). Vandforsyningsteknik 55:35-43. 2006.