Nayeli Carvajal Acosta
Nayeli Carvajal Acosta
Postdoctoral Researcher- Michigan State University
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Plant chemical mediation of ant behavior
AS Nelson, NC Acosta, KA Mooney
Current Opinion in Insect Science 32, 98-103, 2019
Experimental assemblage of novel plant–herbivore interactions: ecological host shifts after 40 million years of isolation
C Garcia‐Robledo, CC Horvitz, WJ Kress, AN Carvajal‐Acosta, TL Erwin, ...
Biotropica 49 (6), 803-810, 2017
Effects of geographic variation in host plant resources for a specialist herbivore’s contemporary and future distribution
AN Carvajal Acosta, K Mooney
Ecosphere 12 (11), e03822, 2021
Plant water use strategies as mediators of herbivore drought response: ecophysiology, hostplant quality, and functional traits
AN Carvajal Acosta, AA Agrawal, K Mooney
Journal of Ecology, 2022
Ecological convergence in phytochemistry and flower–insect visitor interactions along an Andean elevation gradient
AN Carvajal Acosta, L Formenti, A Godschalx, A Katsanis, C Schapheer, ...
Ecology and Evolution 13 (8), e10418, 2023
Bottom-up and Top-down Cascading Effects of Climate Change on Herbivorous Insects
ANC Acosta
University of California, Irvine, 2021
Drought effects on plant's direct and indirect defenses and its consequences for tri-trophic interactions
N Carvajal Acosta, A Gloss, K Mooney
2021 ESA Annual Meeting (August 2-6), 2021
Regulating herbivore defense pathways in the face of attacker diversity
JR Croy, AN Carvajal Acosta, K Mooney
New Phytologist, 2021
Roles of hostplant availability and quality for the distribution and climate change response of a dietary specialist herbivore
AN Carvajal Acosta, K Mooney
bioRxiv, 2020.12. 03.410225, 2020
Accounting for hostplant availability and quality to predict the distribution of the Western monarch population under climate change
AC Acosta, KA Mooney, AA Agrawal
2020 ESA Annual Meeting (August 3-6), 2020
Indirect effect of drought on insect herbivores mediated by host plant traits
AC Acosta, AA Agrawal, KA Mooney
2018 ESA Annual Meeting (August 5--10), 2018
Initial Vegetation Response to Fuel Mastication Treatments in Rare Butterfly Habitat of the Spring Mountains, Nevada
AN Carvajal-Acosta, SR Abella, DB Thompson
Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 46 (1), 6-17, 2015
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