Amy Parachnowitsch
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Plant-species identity of pollen collected by bumblebees placed in greenhouses for tomato pollination
R Whittington, ML Winston, C Tucker, AL Parachnowitsch
Canadian journal of plant science 84 (2), 599-602, 2004
A direct comparison of the consequences of plant genotypic and species diversity on communities and ecosystem function
SC Cook-Patton, SH McArt, AL Parachnowitsch, JS Thaler, AA Agrawal
Ecology 92 (4), 915-923, 2011
Pollinators exert natural selection on flower size and floral display in Penstemon digitalis
AL Parachnowitsch, A Kessler
New Phytologist 188 (2), 393-402, 2010
Phenotypic selection to increase floral scent emission, but not flower size or colour in bee‐pollinated Penstemon digitalis
AL Parachnowitsch, RA Raguso, A Kessler
New Phytologist 195 (3), 667-675, 2012
Predispersal seed herbivores, not pollinators, exert selection on floral traits via female fitness
AL Parachnowitsch, CM Caruso
Ecology 89 (7), 1802-1810, 2008
Working towards a holistic view on flower traits—how floral scents mediate plant–animal interactions in concert with other floral characters
RR Junker, AL Parachnowitsch
Journal of the Indian Institute of Science 95 (1), 43-68, 2015
Variation in sex allocation and male–female trade‐offs in six populations of Collinsia parviflora (Scrophulariaceae s.l.)
AL Parachnowitsch, E Elle
American Journal of Botany 91 (8), 1200-1207, 2004
Covariation and phenotypic integration in chemical communication displays: Biosynthetic constraints and eco‐evolutionary implications
RR Junker, J Kuppler, L Amo, JD Blande, RM Borges, NM van Dam, ...
New Phytologist 220 (3), 739-749, 2018
Evolutionary ecology of nectar
AL Parachnowitsch, JS Manson, N Sletvold
Annals of Botany 123 (2), 247-261, 2019
Variation in the timing of autonomous selfing among populations that differ in flower size, time to reproductive maturity, and climate
E Elle, S Gillespie, S Guindre‐Parker, AL Parachnowitsch
American Journal of Botany 97 (11), 1894-1902, 2010
Do plants eavesdrop on floral scent signals?
CM Caruso, AL Parachnowitsch
Trends in plant science 21 (1), 9-15, 2016
The chemical ecology of plant-pollinator interactions: recent advances and future directions
AL Parachnowitsch, JS Manson
Current Opinion in Insect Science 8, 41-46, 2015
Bacteria colonising Penstemon digitalis show volatile and tissue-specific responses to a natural concentration range of the floral volatile linalool
RCF Burdon, RR Junker, DG Scofield, AL Parachnowitsch
Chemoecology 28 (1), 11-19, 2018
Direct and pollinator-mediated effects of herbivory on strawberry and the potential for improved resistance
A Muola, D Weber, LE Malm, PA Egan, R Glinwood, AL Parachnowitsch, ...
Frontiers in plant science 8, 823, 2017
Natural selection on floral volatile production in Penstemon digitalis: highlighting the role of linalool
A Parachnowitsch, RCF Burdon, R A. Raguso, A Kessler
Plant signaling & behavior 8 (1), e22704, 2013
Spatiotemporal floral scent variation of Penstemon digitalis
RCF Burdon, RA Raguso, A Kessler, AL Parachnowitsch
Journal of chemical ecology 41 (7), 641-650, 2015
Neighbours matter: natural selection on plant size depends on the identity and diversity of the surrounding community
AL Parachnowitsch, SC Cook-Patton, SH McArt
Evolutionary ecology 28 (6), 1139-1153, 2014
Insect visitation to wildflowers in the endangered Garry Oak, Quercus garryana, ecosystem of British Columbia
AL Parachnowitsch, E Elle
The Canadian Field-Naturalist 119 (2), 245-253, 2005
Female Salix viminalis are more severely infected by Melampsora spp. but neither sex experiences associational effects
KK Moritz, C Björkman, AL Parachnowitsch, JA Stenberg
Ecology and evolution 6 (4), 1154-1162, 2016
Lobelia siphilitica plants that escape herbivory in time also have reduced latex production
AL Parachnowitsch, CM Caruso, SA Campbell, A Kessler
PLoS One 7 (5), e37745, 2012
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