Todd M. Palmer
Todd M. Palmer
Department of Biology, University of Florida
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Accelerated modern human–induced species losses: Entering the sixth mass extinction
G Ceballos, PR Ehrlich, AD Barnosky, A García, RM Pringle, TM Palmer
Science Advances 1 (5), e1400253, 2015
21082015
Reciprocal rewards stabilize cooperation in the mycorrhizal symbiosis
ET Kiers, M Duhamel, Y Beesetty, JA Mensah, O Franken, E Verbruggen, ...
Science 333 (6044), 880-882, 2011
11042011
Mutualisms in a changing world: an evolutionary perspective
E Toby Kiers, TM Palmer, AR Ives, JF Bruno, JL Bronstein
Ecology Letters 13 (12), 1459-1474, 2010
4162010
Skin shedding and tissue regeneration in African spiny mice (Acomys)
AW Seifert, SG Kiama, MG Seifert, JR Goheen, TM Palmer, M Maden
Nature 489 (7417), 561-565, 2012
3282012
Breakdown of an ant-plant mutualism follows the loss of large herbivores from an African savanna
TM Palmer, ML Stanton, TP Young, JR Goheen, RM Pringle, R Karban
Science 319 (5860), 192-195, 2008
2672008
Competition and compensation among cattle, zebras, and elephants in a semi-arid savanna in Laikipia, Kenya
TP Young, TM Palmer, ME Gadd
Biological conservation 122 (2), 351-359, 2005
2382005
Worldwide evidence of a unimodal relationship between productivity and plant species richness
LH Fraser, J Pither, A Jentsch, M Sternberg, M Zobel, D Askarizadeh, ...
Science 349 (6245), 302-305, 2015
2332015
Spatial pattern enhances ecosystem functioning in an African savanna
RM Pringle, DF Doak, AK Brody, R Jocqué, TM Palmer
PLoS Biol 8 (5), e1000377, 2010
2192010
Synergy of multiple partners, including freeloaders, increases host fitness in a multispecies mutualism
TM Palmer, DF Doak, ML Stanton, JL Bronstein, ET Kiers, TP Young, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (40), 17234-17239, 2010
2092010
KLEE: A long‐term multi‐species herbivore exclusion experiment in Laikipia, Kenya
TP Young, BD Okello, D Kinyua, TM Palmer
African Journal of Range & Forage Science 14 (3), 94-102, 1997
2051997
Competition and coexistence: exploring mechanisms that restrict and maintain diversity within mutualist guilds
TM Palmer, ML Stanton, TP Young
The American Naturalist 162 (S4), S63-S79, 2003
1952003
The influences of patch shape and boundary contrast on insect response to fragmentation in California grasslands
SK Collinge, TM Palmer
Landscape Ecology 17 (7), 647-656, 2002
1592002
Spatial habitat heterogeneity influences competition and coexistence in an African acacia ant guild
TM Palmer
Ecology 84 (11), 2843-2855, 2003
1572003
Large carnivores make savanna tree communities less thorny
AT Ford, JR Goheen, TO Otieno, L Bidner, LA Isbell, TM Palmer, D Ward, ...
Science 346 (6207), 346-349, 2014
1432014
Sterilization and canopy modification of a swollen thorn acacia tree by a plant-ant
ML Stanton, TM Palmer, TP Young, A Evans, ML Turner
Nature 401 (6753), 578-581, 1999
1311999
Short-term dynamics of an acacia ant community in Laikipia, Kenya
TM Palmer, TP Young, ML Stanton, E Wenk
Oecologia 123 (3), 425-435, 2000
1292000
Competition-colonization trade-offs in a guild of African acacia-ants.
ML Stanton, TM Palmer, TP Young
Ecological Monographs 72 (3), 347-363, 2002
1232002
Large herbivores facilitate savanna tree establishment via diverse and indirect pathways
JR Goheen, TM Palmer, F Keesing, C Riginos, TP Young
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (2), 372-382, 2010
1112010
Wars of attrition: colony size determines competitive outcomes in a guild of African acacia ants
TM Palmer
Animal Behaviour 68 (5), 993-1004, 2004
1032004
Effects of simulated shoot and leaf herbivory on vegetative growth and plant defense in Acacia drepanolobium
ME Gadd, TP Young, TM Palmer
Oikos 92 (3), 515-521, 2001
972001
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