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Thomas G. Whitham
Thomas G. Whitham
Regents Professor of Biological Sciences, Northern Arizona University
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A framework for community and ecosystem genetics: from genes to ecosystems
TG Whitham, JK Bailey, JA Schweitzer, SM Shuster, RK Bangert, ...
Nature Reviews Genetics 7 (7), 510-523, 2006
11122006
The continuum of plant responses to herbivory: the influence of plant association, nutrient availability, and timing
J Maschinski, TG Whitham
The American Naturalist 134 (1), 1-19, 1989
10871989
Overcompensation in response to mammalian herbivory: the advantage of being eaten
KN Paige, TG Whitham
The American Naturalist 129 (3), 407-416, 1987
7971987
Community and ecosystem genetics: a consequence of the extended phenotype
TG Whitham, WP Young, GD Martinsen, CA Gehring, JA Schweitzer, ...
Ecology 84 (3), 559-573, 2003
7302003
Differential tree mortality in response to severe drought: evidence for long‐term vegetation shifts
RC Mueller, CM Scudder, ME Porter, R Talbot Trotter III, CA Gehring, ...
Journal of Ecology 93 (6), 1085-1093, 2005
5742005
Hybrid populations selectively filter gene introgression between species
GD Martinsen, TG Whitham, RJ Turek, P Keim
Evolution 55 (7), 1325-1335, 2001
4752001
Complex species interactions and the dynamics of ecological systems: long-term experiments
JH Brown, TG Whitham, SK Morgan Ernest, CA Gehring
Science 293 (5530), 643-650, 2001
4542001
Genetically based trait in a dominant tree affects ecosystem processes
JA Schweitzer, JK Bailey, BJ Rehill, GD Martinsen, SC Hart, RL Lindroth, ...
Ecology letters 7 (2), 127-134, 2004
3732004
Plant–soil–microorganism interactions: heritable relationship between plant genotype and associated soil microorganisms
JA Schweitzer, JK Bailey, DG Fischer, CJ LeRoy, EV Lonsdorf, ...
Ecology 89 (3), 773-781, 2008
3482008
Habitat selection by Pemphigus aphids in response to response limitation and competition
TG Whitham
Ecology 59 (6), 1164-1176, 1978
3431978
Evolution by individuals, plant-herbivore interactions, and mosaics of genetic variability: the adaptive significance of somatic mutations in plants
TG Whitham, CN Slobodchikoff
Oecologia 49 (3), 287-292, 1981
3201981
The theory of habitat selection: examined and extended using Pemphigus aphids
TG Whitham
The American Naturalist 115 (4), 449-466, 1980
3071980
Manipulation of food resources by a gall-forming aphid: the physiology of sink-source interactions
KC Larson, TG Whitham
Oecologia 88 (1), 15-21, 1991
3031991
Plant hybrid zones as sinks for pests
TG Whitham
Science 244 (4911), 1490-1493, 1989
3031989
Plant responses to herbivory: the continuum from negative to positive and underlying physiological mechanisms
TG Whitham
Plant-animal interactions: evolutionary ecology in tropical and temperate …, 1991
2941991
Mortality gradients within and among dominant plant populations as barometers of ecosystem change during extreme drought
AR Gitlin, CM Sthultz, MA Bowker, S Stumpf, KL Paxton, K Kennedy, ...
Conservation Biology 20 (5), 1477-1486, 2006
2922006
From genes to ecosystems: a synthesis of the effects of plant genetic factors across levels of organization
JK Bailey, JA Schweitzer, F Ubeda, J Koricheva, CJ LeRoy, MD Madritch, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364 …, 2009
2862009
Genetic analysis of an interspecific hybrid swarm of Populus: occurrence of unidirectional introgression.
P Keim, KN Paige, TG Whitham, KG Lark
Genetics 123 (3), 557-565, 1989
2801989
Ectomycorrhizal fungal community structure of pinyon pines growing in two environmental extremes
CA Gehring, TC Theimer, TG Whitham, P Keim
Ecology 79 (5), 1562-1572, 1998
2671998
Chronic herbivory: impacts on architecture and sex expression of pinyon pine
TG Whitham, S Mopper
Science 228 (4703), 1089-1091, 1985
2611985
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