Elizabeth Pringle
Elizabeth Pringle
University of Nevada, Reno, Department of Biology
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TitleCited byYear
Tree recruitment in an empty forest
J Terborgh, G Nuñez-Iturri, NCA Pitman, FHC Valverde, P Alvarez, ...
Ecology 89 (6), 1757-1768, 2008
4032008
Pseudomonas syringae manipulates systemic plant defenses against pathogens and herbivores
J Cui, AK Bahrami, EG Pringle, G Hernandez-Guzman, CL Bender, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (5), 1791-1796, 2005
2812005
Synteny and chromosome evolution in the Lepidoptera: evidence from mapping in Heliconius melpomene
EG Pringle, SW Baxter, CL Webster, A Papanicolaou, SF Lee, CD Jiggins
Genetics 177 (1), 417-426, 2007
1022007
Distinct leaf‐trait syndromes of evergreen and deciduous trees in a seasonally dry tropical forest
EG Pringle, RI Adams, E Broadbent, PE Busby, CI Donatti, EL Kurten, ...
Biotropica 43 (3), 299-308, 2011
552011
Indirect benefits of symbiotic coccoids for an ant‐defended myrmecophytic tree
EG Pringle, R Dirzo, DM Gordon
Ecology 92 (1), 37-46, 2011
412011
Water stress strengthens mutualism among ants, trees, and scale insects
EG Pringle, E Akçay, TK Raab, R Dirzo, DM Gordon
PLoS Biology 11 (11), e1001705, 2013
382013
Seed characteristics and susceptibility to pathogen attack in tree seeds of the Peruvian Amazon
EG Pringle, P Alvarez-Loayza, J Terborgh
Plant Ecology 193 (2), 211-222, 2007
382007
Plant‐derived differences in the composition of aphid honeydew and their effects on colonies of aphid‐tending ants
EG Pringle, A Novo, I Ableson, RV Barbehenn, RL Vannette
Ecology and evolution 4 (21), 4065-4079, 2014
342014
Plant defense, herbivory, and the growth of Cordia alliodora trees and their symbiotic Azteca ant colonies
EG Pringle, R Dirzo, DM Gordon
Oecologia 170 (3), 677-685, 2012
342012
Diversification and phylogeographic structure in widespread Azteca plant‐ants from the northern Neotropics
EG Pringle, SR Ramirez, TC Bonebrake, DM Gordon, R Dirzo
Molecular Ecology 21 (14), 3576-3592, 2012
232012
Intraspecific geographic variation of fragrances acquired by orchid bees in native and introduced populations
SR Ramírez, T Eltz, F Fritzsch, R Pemberton, EG Pringle, ND Tsutsui
Journal of chemical ecology 36 (8), 873-884, 2010
232010
Social tipping points in animal societies
JN Pruitt, A Berdahl, C Riehl, N Pinter-Wollman, HV Moeller, EG Pringle, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1887), 20181282, 2018
162018
Mutualism in a community context
TM Palmer, EG Pringle, A Stier, RD Holt
Mutualism, 159-180, 2015
162015
Integrating plant carbon dynamics with mutualism ecology
EG Pringle
New Phytologist, 2016
152016
Contagious seed dispersal and the spread of avian-dispersed exotic plants
NO Bonilla, EG Pringle
Biological invasions 17 (12), 3409-3418, 2015
152015
Harnessing ant defence at fruits reduces bruchid seed predation in a symbiotic ant-plant mutualism
EG Pringle
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281 (1785), 2014
62014
Protection mutualisms and the community: geographic variation in an ant-plant symbiosis and the consequences for herbivores
EG Pringle, DM Gordon
Sociobiology 60 (3), 242-251, 2013
62013
Whole-plant metabolic allocation under water stress
FM Mundim, EG Pringle
Frontiers in plant science 9, 852, 2018
52018
Community analysis of microbial sharing and specialization in a Costa Rican ant–plant–hemipteran symbiosis
EG Pringle, CS Moreau
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1850), 20162770, 2017
42017
Orienting the interaction compass: resource availability as a major driver of context dependence
EG Pringle
PLoS biology 14 (10), e2000891, 2016
22016
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