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DNA metabarcoding illuminates dietary niche partitioning by African large herbivores
TR Kartzinel, PA Chen, TC Coverdale, DL Erickson, WJ Kress, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (26), 8019-8024, 2015
Counting with DNA in metabarcoding studies: How should we convert sequence reads to dietary data?
BE Deagle, AC Thomas, JC McInnes, LJ Clarke, EJ Vesterinen, EL Clare, ...
Molecular ecology 28 (2), 391-406, 2019
Convergence of bark investment according to fire and climate structures ecosystem vulnerability to future change
AFA Pellegrini, WRL Anderegg, CET Paine, WA Hoffmann, T Kartzinel, ...
Ecology letters 20 (3), 307-316, 2017
Molecular detection of invertebrate prey in vertebrate diets: trophic ecology of C aribbean island lizards
TR Kartzinel, RM Pringle
Molecular Ecology Resources 15 (4), 903-914, 2015
Elephants in the understory: opposing direct and indirect effects of consumption and ecosystem engineering by megaherbivores
TC Coverdale, TR Kartzinel, KL Grabowski, RK Shriver, AA Hassan, ...
Ecology 97 (11), 3219-3230, 2016
Microbial nitrogen limitation in the mammalian large intestine
AT Reese, FC Pereira, A Schintlmeister, D Berry, M Wagner, LP Hale, ...
Nature microbiology 3 (12), 1441-1450, 2018
Highly diverse and spatially heterogeneous mycorrhizal symbiosis in a rare epiphyte is unrelated to broad biogeographic or environmental features
TR Kartzinel, DW Trapnell, RP Shefferson
Molecular Ecology 22 (23), 5949-5961, 2013
Critical importance of large native trees for conservation of a rare Neotropical epiphyte
TR Kartzinel, DW Trapnell, RP Shefferson
Journal of Ecology 101 (6), 1429-1438, 2013
Predator-induced collapse of niche structure and species coexistence
RM Pringle, TR Kartzinel, TM Palmer, TJ Thurman, K Fox-Dobbs, CCY Xu, ...
Nature 570 (7759), 58-64, 2019
Conservation lessons from large-mammal manipulations in East African savannas: The KLEE, UHURU, and GLADE experiments
JR Goheen, DJ Augustine, KE Veblen, DM Kimuyu, TM Palmer, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1429 (1), 31-49, 2018
Genetic inference of epiphytic orchid colonization; it may only take one
DW Trapnell, JL Hamrick, CD Ishibashi, TR Kartzinel
Molecular Ecology 22 (14), 3680-3692, 2013
Relative importance of pollen and seed dispersal across a N eotropical mountain landscape for an epiphytic orchid
TR Kartzinel, RP Shefferson, DW Trapnell
Molecular ecology 22 (24), 6048-6059, 2013
Plant and small‐mammal responses to large‐herbivore exclusion in an African savanna: five years of the UHURU experiment: Ecological Archives E095‐064
TR Kartzinel, JR Goheen, GK Charles, E DeFranco, JE Maclean, ...
Ecology 95 (3), 787-787, 2014
Covariation of diet and gut microbiome in African megafauna
TR Kartzinel, JC Hsing, PM Musili, BRP Brown, RM Pringle
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (47), 23588-23593, 2019
Feeding immunity: physiological and behavioral responses to infection and resource limitation
SA Budischak, CB Hansen, Q Caudron, R Garnier, TR Kartzinel, I Pelczer, ...
Frontiers in immunology 8, 1914, 2018
Heterogeneity of clonal patterns among patches of kudzu, Pueraria montana var. lobata, an invasive plant
TR Kartzinel, JL Hamrick, C Wang, AW Bowsher, BGP Quigley
Annals of botany 116 (5), 739-750, 2015
Trophic ecology of large herbivores in a reassembling African ecosystem
J Pansu, JA Guyton, AB Potter, JL Atkins, JH Daskin, B Wursten, ...
Journal of Ecology 107 (3), 1355-1376, 2019
Microsatellite primers for the neotropical epiphyte Epidendrum firmum (Orchidaceae)
TR Kartzinel, DW Trapnell, TC Glenn
American journal of botany 99 (11), e450-e452, 2012
Plant DNA‐barcode library and community phylogeny for a semi‐arid East African savanna
BA Gill, PM Musili, S Kurukura, AA Hassan, JR Goheen, WJ Kress, ...
Molecular ecology resources 19 (4), 838-846, 2019
Spatial Patterns of Haplotype Variation in the Epiphytic Bromeliad Catopsis nutans
TR Kartzinel, DA Campbell, DW Trapnell
Biotropica 48 (2), 206-217, 2016
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