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Sharon Zytynska (prev. Hodge)
Sharon Zytynska (prev. Hodge)
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Exploring city-wide patterns of cultural ecosystem service perceptions and use
E Rall, C Bieling, SE Zytynska, D Haase
Ecological Indicators 77, 80-95, 2017
1442017
The natural occurrence of secondary bacterial symbionts in aphids
SE Zytynska, WW Weisser
Ecological Entomology 41 (1), 13-26, 2016
1222016
Genetic variation in a tropical tree species influences the associated epiphytic plant and invertebrate communities in a complex forest ecosystem
SE Zytynska, MF Fay, D Penney, RF Preziosi
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
982011
Multiple cues for winged morph production in an aphid metacommunity
M Mehrparvar, SE Zytynska, WW Weisser
PloS one 8 (3), e58323, 2013
502013
The quantitative genetic basis of polyandry in the parasitoid wasp, Nasonia vitripennis
DM Shuker, AJ Phillimore, MN Burton-Chellew, SE Hodge, SA West
Heredity 98 (2), 69-73, 2007
422007
Genetic interactions influence host preference and performance in a plant-insect system
SE Zytynska, RF Preziosi
Evolutionary Ecology 25, 1321-1333, 2011
382011
Secondary bacterial symbiont community in aphids responds to plant diversity
SE Zytynska, ST Meyer, S Sturm, W Ullmann, M Mehrparvar, WW Weisser
Oecologia 180 (3), 735-747, 2016
342016
Community genetic interactions mediate indirect ecological effects between a parasitoid wasp and rhizobacteria
SE Zytynska, S Fleming, C Tétard-Jones, MA Kertesz, RF Preziosi
Ecology 91 (6), 1563-1568, 2010
342010
Chemotypic variation in terpenes emitted from storage pools influences early aphid colonisation on tansy
MV Clancy, SE Zytynska, M Senft, WW Weisser, JP Schnitzler
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-12, 2016
302016
Reduce pests, enhance production: benefits of intercropping at high densities for okra farmers in Cameroon
A Singh, WW Weisser, R Hanna, R Houmgny, SE Zytynska
Pest management science 73 (10), 2017-2027, 2017
242017
Genetic effects of tank-forming bromeliads on the associated invertebrate community in a tropical forest ecosystem
SE Zytynska, MS Khudr, E Harris, RF Preziosi
Oecologia 170 (2), 467-475, 2012
222012
Metabotype variation in a field population of tansy plants influences aphid host selection
MV Clancy, SE Zytynska, F Moritz, M Witting, P Schmitt‐Kopplin, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 41 (12), 2791-2805, 2018
202018
Intraspecific differences in plant chemotype determine the structure of arthropod food webs
J Bálint, SE Zytynska, RV Salamon, M Mehrparvar, WW Weisser, ...
Oecologia 180 (3), 797-807, 2016
202016
Host‐plant genotypic diversity and community genetic interactions mediate aphid spatial distribution
SE Zytynska, L Frantz, B Hurst, A Johnson, RF Preziosi, JK Rowntree
Ecology and evolution 4 (2), 121-131, 2014
192014
Habitat variation, mutualism and predation shape the spatio‐temporal dynamics of tansy aphids
M Senft, WW Weisser, SE Zytynska
Ecological Entomology 42 (4), 389-401, 2017
142017
Minimal effects on genetic structuring of a fungus‐dwelling saproxylic beetle after recolonisation of a restored forest
SE Zytynska, I Doerfler, MM Gossner, S Sturm, WW Weisser, J Müller
Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (6), 2933-2943, 2018
132018
Host preference of plant genotypes is altered by intraspecific competition in a phytophagous insect
SE Zytynska, RF Preziosi
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 7 (3), 349-357, 2013
132013
Effects of biodiversity in agricultural landscapes on the protective microbiome of insects–a review
SE Zytynska, ST Meyer
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 167 (1), 2-13, 2019
122019
Ant attendance of the cotton aphid is beneficial for okra plants: deciphering multitrophic interactions
A Singh, SE Zytynska, R Hanna, WW Weisser
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 18 (3), 270-279, 2016
122016
The effect of plant within-species variation on aphid ecology
SE Zytynska, WW Weisser
Biology and ecology of aphids, 153-170, 2016
112016
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