Jennifer Rudgers
Jennifer Rudgers
Professor of Biology, University of New Mexico
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Direct and ecological costs of resistance to herbivory
SY Strauss, JA Rudgers, JA Lau, RE Irwin
Trends in ecology & evolution 17 (6), 278-285, 2002
8332002
How context dependent are species interactions?
SA Chamberlain, JL Bronstein, JA Rudgers
Ecology letters 17 (7), 881-890, 2014
3772014
Herbivores cause a rapid increase in hereditary symbiosis and alter plant community composition
K Clay, J Holah, JA Rudgers
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (35), 12465-12470, 2005
2042005
Invasive plants can inhibit native tree seedlings: testing potential allelopathic mechanisms
SP Orr, JA Rudgers, K Clay
Plant Ecology 181 (2), 153-165, 2005
2012005
Balancing multiple mutualists: asymmetric interactions among plants, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, and fungal endophytes
KML Mack, JA Rudgers
Oikos 117 (2), 310-320, 2008
1882008
Fungal symbionts alter plant responses to global change
SN Kivlin, SM Emery, JA Rudgers
American Journal of Botany 100 (7), 1445-1457, 2013
1772013
Endophytic fungi alter relationships between diversity and ecosystem properties
JA Rudgers, JM Koslow, K Clay
Ecology Letters 7 (1), 42-51, 2004
1642004
Enemies of herbivores can shape plant traits: selection in a facultative ant–plant mutualism
JA Rudgers
Ecology 85 (1), 192-205, 2004
1432004
Symbiosis lost: imperfect vertical transmission of fungal endophytes in grasses
ME Afkhami, JA Rudgers
The American Naturalist 172 (3), 405-416, 2008
1362008
A selection mosaic in the facultative mutualism between ants and wild cotton
JA Rudgers, SY Strauss
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
1342004
Biochar and microbial signaling: production conditions determine effects on microbial communication
CA Masiello, Y Chen, X Gao, S Liu, HY Cheng, MR Bennett, JA Rudgers, ...
Environmental science & technology 47 (20), 11496-11503, 2013
1282013
Forest succession suppressed by an introduced plant–fungal symbiosis
JA Rudgers, J Holah, SP Orr, K Clay
Ecology 88 (1), 18-25, 2007
1282007
Connecting plant–microbial interactions above and belowground: a fungal endophyte affects decomposition
A Lemons, K Clay, JA Rudgers
Oecologia 145 (4), 595-604, 2005
1242005
A multiscale, hierarchical model of pulse dynamics in arid-land ecosystems
SL Collins, J Belnap, NB Grimm, JA Rudgers, CN Dahm, P D'odorico, ...
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 45, 397-419, 2014
1212014
Endophyte symbiosis with tall fescue: how strong are the impacts on communities and ecosystems?
JA Rudgers, K Clay
Fungal Biology Reviews 21 (2-3), 107-124, 2007
1162007
Endophyte symbiosis benefits a rare grass under low water availability
S Kannadan, JA Rudgers
Functional Ecology 22 (4), 706-713, 2008
1142008
Extrafloral nectar as a resource mediating multispecies interactions
JA Rudgers, MC Gardener
Ecology 85 (6), 1495-1502, 2004
1142004
Non‐native grass alters growth of native tree species via leaf and soil microbes
JA Rudgers, S Orr
Journal of Ecology 97 (2), 247-255, 2009
1102009
Experimental plant invasion reduces arthropod abundance and richness across multiple trophic levels
MCM Simao, SL Flory, JA Rudgers
Oikos 119 (10), 1553-1562, 2010
1082010
An invasive plant–fungal mutualism reduces arthropod diversity
JA Rudgers, K Clay
Ecology Letters 11 (8), 831-840, 2008
1012008
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