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Increasing neonicotinoid use and the declining butterfly fauna of lowland California
ML Forister, B Cousens, JG Harrison, K Anderson, JH Thorne, D Waetjen, ...
Biology letters 12 (8), 20160475, 2016
922016
The diversity and distribution of endophytes across biomes, plant phylogeny and host tissues: how far have we come and where do we go from here?
JG Harrison, EA Griffin
Environmental Microbiology 22 (6), 2107-2123, 2020
682020
Modern approaches to study plant–insect interactions in chemical ecology
LA Dyer, CS Philbin, KM Ochsenrider, LA Richards, TJ Massad, ...
Nature Reviews Chemistry 2 (6), 50-64, 2018
652018
Understanding a migratory species in a changing world: climatic effects and demographic declines in the western monarch revealed by four decades of intensive monitoring
AE Espeset, JG Harrison, AM Shapiro, CC Nice, JH Thorne, DP Waetjen, ...
Oecologia 181 (3), 819-830, 2016
492016
Host plant associated enhancement of immunity and survival in virus infected caterpillars
AM Smilanich, TC Langus, L Doan, LA Dyer, JG Harrison, J Hsueh, ...
Journal of invertebrate pathology 151, 102-112, 2018
292018
The many dimensions of diet breadth: Phytochemical, genetic, behavioral, and physiological perspectives on the interaction between a native herbivore and an exotic host
JG Harrison, Z Gompert, JA Fordyce, CA Buerkle, R Grinstead, JP Jahner, ...
PloS one 11 (2), e0147971, 2016
282016
The quest for absolute abundance: the use of internal standards for DNA‐based community ecology
JG Harrison, WJ Calder, B Shuman, CA Buerkle
Molecular Ecology Resources, 2020
27*2020
Extreme heterogeneity of population response to climatic variation and the limits of prediction
CC Nice, ML Forister, JG Harrison, Z Gompert, JA Fordyce, JH Thorne, ...
Global change biology 25 (6), 2127-2136, 2019
272019
Vertical stratification of the foliar fungal community in the world’s tallest trees
JG Harrison, ML Forister, TL Parchman, GW Koch
American Journal of Botany 103 (12), 2087-2095, 2016
272016
Dirichlet‐multinomial modelling outperforms alternatives for analysis of microbiome and other ecological count data
JG Harrison, WJ Calder, V Shastry, CA Buerkle
Molecular Ecology Resources 20 (2), 481-497, 2020
232020
A heritable symbiont and host‐associated factors shape fungal endophyte communities across spatial scales
JG Harrison, TL Parchman, D Cook, DR Gardner, ML Forister
Journal of Ecology 106 (6), 2274-2286, 2018
212018
Species with more volatile population dynamics are differentially impacted by weather
JG Harrison, AM Shapiro, AE Espeset, CC Nice, JP Jahner, ML Forister
Biology letters 11 (2), 20140792, 2015
192015
Deconstruction of a plant‐arthropod community reveals influential plant traits with nonlinear effects on arthropod assemblages
JG Harrison, CS Philbin, Z Gompert, GW Forister, L Hernandez‐Espinoza, ...
Functional Ecology 32 (5), 1317-1328, 2018
172018
Host plant-dependent effects of microbes and phytochemistry on the insect immune response.
SA Yoon, JG Harrison, CS Philbin, CD Dodson, DM Jones, IS Wallace, ...
Oecologia, 2019
122019
An exploration of the fungal assemblage in each life history stage of the butterfly, Lycaeides melissa (Lycaenidae), as well as its host plant Astragalus canadensis (Fabaceae)
JG Harrison, DM Urruty, ML Forister
Fungal Ecology 22, 10-16, 2016
122016
Plant host identity and soil macronutrients explain little variation in sapling endophyte community composition: is disturbance an alternative explanation?
EA Griffin, JG Harrison, SW Kembel, A Carrell, SJ Wright, WP Carson
Journal of Ecology, 2019
92019
A suite of rare microbes interacts with a dominant, heritable, fungal endophyte to influence plant trait expression
JG Harrison, LP Beltran, CA Buerkle, D Cook, DR Gardner, TL Parchman, ...
The ISME Journal, 1-16, 2021
82021
Tree Diversity Reduces Fungal Endophyte Richness and Diversity in a Large-Scale Temperate Forest Experiment
EA Griffin, JG Harrison, MK McCormick, KT Burghardt, JD Parker
Diversity 11 (12), 234, 2019
82019
Rarity does not limit genetic variation or preclude subpopulation structure in the geographically restricted desert forb Astragalus lentiginosus var. piscinensis
JG Harrison, ML Forister, SR Mcknight, E Nordin, TL Parchman
American journal of botany 106 (2), 260-269, 2019
82019
Beyond annual and seasonal averages: using temporal patterns of precipitation to predict butterfly richness across an elevational gradient
KJ BADIK, AM SHAPIRO, MM BONILLA, JP JAHNER, JG HARRISON, ...
Ecological Entomology 40 (5), 585-595, 2015
72015
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