Gerardo Arceo-Gomez
Gerardo Arceo-Gomez
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Toward a predictive understanding of the fitness costs of heterospecific pollen receipt and its importance in co‐flowering communities
TL Ashman, G Arceo‐Gómez
American Journal of Botany 100 (6), 1061-1070, 2013
Heterospecific pollen deposition: does diversity alter the consequences?
G Arceo‐Gómez, TL Ashman
New Phytologist 192 (3), 738-746, 2011
Patterns of among‐and within‐species variation in heterospecific pollen receipt: The importance of ecological generalization
G Arceo‐Gómez, L Abdala‐Roberts, A Jankowiak, C Kohler, GA Meindl, ...
American Journal of Botany 103 (3), 396-407, 2016
Among-species differences in pollen quality and quantity limitation: implications for endemics in biodiverse hotspots
C Alonso, CM Navarro-Fernández, G Arceo-Gómez, GA Meindl, ...
Annals of Botany 112 (7), 1461-1469, 2013
Invasion status and phylogenetic relatedness predict cost of heterospecific pollen receipt: implications for native biodiversity decline
G Arceo‐Gómez, TL Ashman
Journal of Ecology 104 (4), 1003-1008, 2016
Coflowering Community Context Influences Female Fitness and Alters the Adaptive Value of Flower Longevity in Mimulus guttatus
G Arceo-Gomez, TL Ashman
The American Naturalist 183 (2), E50-E63, 2014
Anther and stigma morphology in mirror‐image flowers of Chamaecrista chamaecristoides (Fabaceae): implications for buzz pollination
G Arceo‐Gómez, ML Martínez, V Parra‐Tabla, JG García‐Franco
Plant biology 13, 19-24, 2011
Plant–flower visitor networks in a serpentine metacommunity: assessing traits associated with keystone plant species
MH Koski, GA Meindl, G Arceo-Gómez, M Wolowski, KA LeCroy, ...
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 9 (1), 9-21, 2015
GloPL, a global data base on pollen limitation of plant reproduction
JM Bennett, JA Steets, JH Burns, W Durka, JC Vamosi, G Arceo-Gómez, ...
Scientific Data 5 (1), 1-9, 2018
Land use and pollinator dependency drives global patterns of pollen limitation in the Anthropocene
JM Bennett, JA Steets, JH Burns, LA Burkle, JC Vamosi, M Wolowski, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-6, 2020
Can plants evolve tolerance mechanisms to heterospecific pollen effects? An experimental test of the adaptive potential in Clarkia species
G Arceo‐Gómez, RA Raguso, MA Geber
Oikos 125 (5), 718-725, 2016
Interactive effects between donor and recipient species mediate fitness costs of heterospecific pollen receipt in a co-flowering community
G Arceo-Gómez, RL Kaczorowski, C Patel, TL Ashman
Oecologia 189 (4), 1041-1047, 2019
Patterns of pollen quantity and quality limitation of pre‐zygotic reproduction in Mimulus guttatus vary with co‐flowering community context
G Arceo‐Gómez, TL Ashman
Oikos 123 (10), 1261-1269, 2014
Taxonomic and functional diversity of the co‐flowering community differentially affect Cakile edentula pollination at different spatial scales
C Albor, JG García‐Franco, V Parra‐Tabla, C Díaz‐Castelazo, ...
Journal of Ecology 107 (5), 2167-2181, 2019
Heterospecific pollen receipt affects self pollen more than outcross pollen: implications for mixed‐mating plants
G Arceo-Gómez, TL Ashman
Ecology 95 (10), 2946-2952, 2014
Pollen on stigmas as proxies of pollinator competition and facilitation: complexities, caveats and future directions
TL Ashman, C Alonso, V Parra-Tabla, G Arceo-Gómez
Annals of Botany 125 (7), 1003-1012, 2020
Spatial patterns of species diversity in sand dune plant communities in Yucatan, Mexico: importance of invasive species for species dominance patterns
V Parra-Tabla, C Albor-Pinto, J Tun-Garrido, D Angulo-Pérez, C Barajas, ...
Plant Ecology & Diversity 11 (2), 157-172, 2018
Global geographic patterns of heterospecific pollen receipt help uncover potential ecological and evolutionary impacts across plant communities worldwide
AG Gerardo, S Amelia, A Cristopher, A Tia-Lynn, K Tiffany, B Joanne, ...
Scientific Reports 8086, 2019
Pollen limitation, fruit abortion, and autonomous selfing in three populations of the perennial herb Ruellia nudiflora
L Abdala‐Roberts, D Marrufo‐Zapata, G Arceo‐Gómez, V Parra‐Tabla
Plant Species Biology 29 (1), 25-33, 2014
Variation in sampling effort affects the observed richness of plant–plant interactions via heterospecific pollen transfer: Implications for interpretation of pollen transfer …
G Arceo‐Gómez, C Alonso, TL Ashman, V Parra‐Tabla
American journal of botany 105 (9), 1601-1608, 2018
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