Judith Bronstein
Judith Bronstein
Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Arizona
Verified email at email.arizona.edu
TitleCited byYear
Conditional outcomes in mutualistic interactions
JL Bronstein
Trends in ecology & evolution 9 (6), 214-217, 1994
8301994
Our current understanding of mutualism
JL Bronstein
The Quarterly Review of Biology 69 (1), 31-51, 1994
5551994
The exploitation of mutualisms
JL Bronstein
Ecology letters 4 (3), 277-287, 2001
4422001
The evolution of plant–insect mutualisms
JL Bronstein, R Alarcón, M Geber
New Phytologist 172 (3), 412-428, 2006
4052006
Mutualisms in a changing world: an evolutionary perspective
E Toby Kiers, TM Palmer, AR Ives, JF Bruno, JL Bronstein
Ecology letters 13 (12), 1459-1474, 2010
3322010
The Contribution of Ant‐Plant Protection Studies to Our Understanding of Mutualism1
JL Bronstein
Biotropica 30 (2), 150-161, 1998
3251998
How context dependent are species interactions?
SA Chamberlain, JL Bronstein, JA Rudgers
Ecology letters 17 (7), 881-890, 2014
2772014
Cheating and the evolutionary stability of mutualisms
R Ferriere, JL Bronstein, S Rinaldi, R Law, M Gauduchon
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
2252002
The costs of mutualism
JL Bronstein
American Zoologist 41 (4), 825-839, 2001
2192001
Population dynamics and mutualism: functional responses of benefits and costs
JN Holland, DL DeAngelis, JL Bronstein
The American Naturalist 159 (3), 231-244, 2002
2102002
Nectar robbing: ecological and evolutionary perspectives
RE Irwin, JL Bronstein, JS Manson, L Richardson
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 41, 271-292, 2010
2052010
The evolution of facilitation and mutualism
JL Bronstein
Journal of Ecology 97 (6), 1160-1170, 2009
2042009
The effects of invasive ants on prospective ant mutualists
JH Ness, JL Bronstein
Biological Invasions 6 (4), 445-461, 2004
1912004
Synergy of multiple partners, including freeloaders, increases host fitness in a multispecies mutualism
TM Palmer, DF Doak, ML Stanton, JL Bronstein, ET Kiers, TP Young, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (40), 17234-17239, 2010
1752010
Ant body size predicts dispersal distance of ant‐adapted seeds: implications of small‐ant invasions
JH Ness, JL Bronstein, AN Andersen, JN Holland
Ecology 85 (5), 1244-1250, 2004
1662004
Seed predators as mutualists: ecology and evolution of the fig/pollinator interaction
JL Bronstein
Insect-plant interactions 4, 1-44, 1992
1541992
The ecological consequences of flowering asynchrony in monoecious figs: a simulation study
JL Bronstein, PH Gouyon, C Gliddon, F Kjellberg, G Michaloud
Ecology 71 (6), 2145-2156, 1990
1521990
The plant—pollinator landscape
JL Bronstein
Mosaic landscapes and ecological processes, 256-288, 1995
1501995
Ecological dynamics of mutualist/antagonist communities
JL Bronstein, WG Wilson, WF Morris
the american naturalist 162 (S4), S24-S39, 2003
1472003
Behavioral consequences of innate preferences and olfactory learning in hawkmoth–flower interactions
JA Riffell, R Alarcón, L Abrell, G Davidowitz, JL Bronstein, JG Hildebrand
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (9), 3404-3409, 2008
1462008
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