Annika S. Nelson
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Abiotic mediation of a mutualism drives herbivore abundance
EH Mooney, JS Phillips, CV Tillberg, C Sandrow, AS Nelson, KA Mooney
Ecology letters 19 (1), 37-44, 2016
312016
Relative effects of genetic variation sensu lato and sexual dimorphism on plant traits and associated arthropod communities
CS Nell, MM Meza-Lopez, JR Croy, AS Nelson, X Moreira, JD Pratt, ...
Oecologia 187 (2), 389-400, 2018
122018
Progressive sensitivity of trophic levels to warming underlies an elevational gradient in ant‐aphid mutualism strength
AS Nelson, RT Pratt, JD Pratt, RA Smith, CT Symanski, C Prenot, ...
Oikos 128, 540-550, 2019
102019
Plant chemical mediation of ant behavior
AS Nelson, NC Acosta, KA Mooney
Current Opinion in Insect Science 32, 98-103, 2019
62019
Day/night upper thermal limits differ within Ectatomma ruidum ant colonies
AS Nelson, T Scott, M Barczyk, TP McGlynn, A Avalos, E Clifton, A Das, ...
Insectes Sociaux 65 (1), 183-189, 2018
42018
Elevational cline in herbivore abundance driven by a monotonic increase in trophic level sensitivity to aridity
AS Nelson, CT Symanski, MJ Hecking, KA Mooney
Journal of Animal Ecology 88 (9), 1406-1416, 2019
32019
Testing trade‐offs and the dominance–impoverishment rule among ant communities
JK Sheard, AS Nelson, JD Berggreen, R Boulay, RR Dunn, NJ Sanders
Journal of Biogeography 47 (9), 1899-1909, 2020
12020
Are ants botanists? Ant associative learning of plant chemicals mediates foraging for carbohydrates
AS Nelson, GD Zapata, KT Sentner, KA Mooney
Ecological Entomology 45, 251-258, 2020
12020
Comparing the Individual and Combined Effects of Ant Attendance and Wing Formation on Aphid Body Size and Reproduction
AS Nelson, KA Mooney
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 114 (1), 70-78, 2021
2021
The effects of climate change and biodiversity loss on mutualisms
AS Nelson
UC Irvine, 2019
2019
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