Sharon Y Strauss
Sharon Y Strauss
Professor of Evolution and Ecology
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The ecology and evolution of plant tolerance to herbivory
SY Strauss, AA Agrawal
Trends in ecology & evolution 14 (5), 179-185, 1999
15721999
Direct and ecological costs of resistance to herbivory
SY Strauss, JA Rudgers, JA Lau, RE Irwin
Trends in ecology & evolution 17 (6), 278-285, 2002
8362002
Evolutionary responses of natives to introduced species: what do introductions tell us about natural communities?
SY Strauss, JA Lau, SP Carroll
Ecology letters 9 (3), 357-374, 2006
5682006
Ecological and evolutionary consequences of multispecies plant-animal interactions
SY Strauss, RE Irwin
Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 35, 435-466, 2004
5242004
Filling key gaps in population and community ecology
AA Agrawal, DD Ackerly, F Adler, AE Arnold, C Cáceres, DF Doak, E Post, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5 (3), 145-152, 2007
5082007
Exotic taxa less related to native species are more invasive
SY Strauss, CO Webb, N Salamin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (15), 5841-5845, 2006
4762006
Non-pollinator agents of selection on floral traits
SY Strauss, JB Whittall
Ecology and evolution of flowers, 120-138, 2006
4572006
Indirect effects in community ecology: their definition, study and importance
SY Strauss
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 6 (7), 206-210, 1991
4471991
Costs of induced responses and tolerance to herbivory in male and female fitness components of wild radish
AA Agrawal, SY Strauss, MJ Stout
Evolution 53 (4), 1093-1104, 1999
3511999
Mutual feedbacks maintain both genetic and species diversity in a plant community
RA Lankau, SY Strauss
science 317 (5844), 1561-1563, 2007
3272007
More closely related species are more ecologically similar in an experimental test
JH Burns, SY Strauss
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (13), 5302-5307, 2011
3102011
Foliar herbivory affects floral characters and plant attractiveness to pollinators: implications for male and female plant fitness
SY Strauss, JK Conner, SL Rush
The American Naturalist 147 (6), 1098-1107, 1996
3081996
Floral characters link herbivores, pollinators, and plant fitness
SY Strauss
Ecology 78 (6), 1640-1645, 1997
2801997
The evolutionary ecology of metacommunities
MC Urban, MA Leibold, P Amarasekare, L De Meester, R Gomulkiewicz, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 23 (6), 311-317, 2008
2742008
Empirical and theoretical challenges in aboveground–belowground ecology
WH Van der Putten, RD Bardgett, PC De Ruiter, WHG Hol, KM Meyer, ...
Oecologia 161 (1), 1-14, 2009
2352009
Evolutionary principles and their practical application
AP Hendry, MT Kinnison, M Heino, T Day, TB Smith, G Fitt, CT Bergstrom, ...
Evolutionary Applications 4 (2), 159-183, 2011
2312011
Frontiers of Ecology: As ecological research enters a new era of collaboration, integration, and technological sophistication, four frontiers seem paramount for understanding …
JN Thompson, OJ Reichman, PJ Morin, GA Polis, ME Power, RW Sterner, ...
BioScience 51 (1), 15-24, 2001
2222001
Toward a more trait-centered approach to diffuse (co) evolution
SY Strauss, H Sahli, JK Conner
New Phytologist, 81-89, 2005
2122005
Direct, indirect, and cumulative effects of three native herbivores on a shared host plant
SY Strauss
Ecology 72 (2), 543-558, 1991
2101991
The evolution of seed dormancy: environmental cues, evolutionary hubs, and diversification of the seed plants
TNGWG Charles G. Willis, Carol C. Baskin, Jerry M. Baskin, Josh R. Auld, D ...
New Phytologist 203 (1), 300-309, 2014
2092014
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