Jason D. Hoeksema
Jason D. Hoeksema
Department of Biology, University of Mississippi
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Linking biodiversity to ecosystem function: implications for conservation ecology
MW Schwartz, CA Brigham, JD Hoeksema, KG Lyons, MH Mills, ...
Oecologia 122 (3), 297-305, 2000
8542000
A meta‐analysis of context‐dependency in plant response to inoculation with mycorrhizal fungi
JD Hoeksema, VB Chaudhary, CA Gehring, NC Johnson, J Karst, ...
Ecology letters 13 (3), 394-407, 2010
8082010
The promise and the potential consequences of the global transport of mycorrhizal fungal inoculum
MW Schwartz, JD Hoeksema, CA Gehring, NC Johnson, JN Klironomos, ...
Ecology letters 9 (5), 501-515, 2006
3342006
A meta-analysis of factors affecting local adaptation between interacting species
JD Hoeksema, SE Forde
The American Naturalist 171 (3), 275-290, 2008
2472008
Specialization and resource trade: biological markets as a model of mutualisms
MW Schwartz, JD Hoeksema
Ecology 79 (3), 1029-1038, 1998
2191998
Pursuing the big questions about interspecific mutualism: a review of theoretical approaches
JD Hoeksema, EM Bruna
Oecologia 125 (3), 321-330, 2000
2162000
Home-field advantage? Evidence of local adaptation among plants, soil, and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi through meta-analysis
MA Rúa, A Antoninka, PM Antunes, VB Chaudhary, C Gehring, LJ Lamit, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 16 (1), 1-15, 2016
1212016
Cheaters must prosper: reconciling theoretical and empirical perspectives on cheating in mutualism
EI Jones, ME Afkhami, E Akçay, JL Bronstein, R Bshary, ME Frederickson, ...
Ecology letters 18 (11), 1270-1284, 2015
1062015
Ecological persistence of the plant-mycorrhizal mutualism: a hypothesis from species coexistence theory
JD Hoeksema, M Kummel
the american naturalist 162 (S4), S40-S50, 2003
1062003
Expanding comparative–advantage biological market models: contingency of mutualism on partner's resource requirements and acquisition trade–offs
JD Hoeksema, MW Schwartz
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
942003
Ongoing coevolution in mycorrhizal interactions
JD Hoeksema
New Phytologist 187 (2), 286-300, 2010
902010
Mycorrhizal networks counteract competitive effects of canopy trees on seedling survival
MG Booth, JD Hoeksema
Ecology 91 (8), 2294-2302, 2010
842010
From Lilliput to Brobdingnag: extending models of mycorrhizal function across scales
NC Johnson, JD Hoeksema, JD Bever, VB Chaudhary, C Gehring, ...
BioScience 56 (11), 889-900, 2006
842006
Interactions of biotic and abiotic environmental factors in an ectomycorrhizal symbiosis, and the potential for selection mosaics
BJ Piculell, JD Hoeksema, JN Thompson
BMC biology 6 (1), 1-11, 2008
772008
Geographic structure in a widespread plant–mycorrhizal interaction: pines and false truffles
JD Hoeksema, JN Thompson
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20 (3), 1148-1163, 2007
722007
Soil nematodes indicate food web responses to elevated atmospheric CO2
JD Hoeksema, J Lussenhop, JA Teeri
Pedobiologia 44 (6), 725-735, 2000
582000
MycoDB, a global database of plant response to mycorrhizal fungi
VB Chaudhary, MA Rúa, A Antoninka, JD Bever, J Cannon, A Craig, ...
Scientific data 3 (1), 1-10, 2016
502016
Context-dependent outcomes of mutualistic interactions
JD Hoeksema, EM Bruna
Mutualism, 181-202, 2015
462015
Investigating the disparity in host specificity between AM and EM fungi: lessons from theory and better-studied systems
JD Hoeksema
Oikos, 327-332, 1999
351999
Evolutionary history of plant hosts and fungal symbionts predicts the strength of mycorrhizal mutualism
JD Hoeksema, JD Bever, S Chakraborty, VB Chaudhary, M Gardes, ...
Communications biology 1 (1), 1-10, 2018
342018
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