Po-Ju Ke
Po-Ju Ke
Princeton University, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
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Linking modern coexistence theory and contemporary niche theory
AD Letten*, PJ Ke*, T Fukami
Ecological Monographs 87 (2), 161-177, 2017
The soil microbial community predicts the importance of plant traits in plant–soil feedback
PJ Ke, T Miki, TS Ding
New Phytologist 206 (1), 329-341, 2015
Species coexistence through simultaneous fluctuation-dependent mechanisms
AD Letten, MK Dhami, PJ Ke, T Fukami
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (26), 6745-6750, 2018
A global test of ecoregions
JR Smith, AD Letten, PJ Ke, CB Anderson, JN Hendershot, MK Dhami, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 2, 1889–1896, 2018
Coexistence theory and the frequency dependence of priority effects
PJ Ke*, AD Letten*
Nature Ecology & Evolution 2, 1691–1695, 2018
Incorporating the soil environment and microbial community into plant competition theory
PJ Ke, T Miki
Frontiers in Microbiology 6 (1066), 2015
Statistical recipe for quantifying microbial functional diversity from EcoPlate metabolic profiling
T Miki*, T Yokokawa*, PJ Ke, IF Hsieh, C Hsieh, T Kume, K Yoneya, ...
Ecological Research 33 (1), 249-260, 2018
Ontogenetic antagonism–mutualism coupling: perspectives on resilience of stage-structured communities
PJ Ke, T Nakazawa
Oikos 127 (3), 353–363, 2018
Effects of soil microbes on plant competition: a perspective from modern coexistence theory
PJ Ke*, J Wan*
Ecological Monographs 90 (1), e01391, 2020
Weak intra-guild predation facilitates consumer coexistence but does not guarantee higher consumer density
FH Chang, PJ Ke, B Cardinale
Ecological Modelling 424, 109019, 2020
Toward a trait-based species pool hypothesis
DM Niv, PJ Ke, T Fukami
arXiv preprint arXiv:1908.07960, 2019
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