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Archibald, J.K., S.R. Kephart, K.E. Theiss, A.L. Petrosky, and T.M. Culley. 2015. Multilocus phylogenetic inference in subfamily Chlorogaloideae and related genera of Agavaceae—Informing questions in taxonomy at multiple ranks. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 84:266–283.
Koziol, E., and J.D. Bever. 2015. Mycorrhizal response trades off with plant growth rate and increases with plant successional status. Ecology. 96:1478–1484.
Billings, S.A., S.M. Glaser, A.S. Boone, and F.M. Stephen. 2015. “Nonlinear tree growth dynamics predict resilience to disturbance.” Ecosphere 6, no. 11 (November). doi:10.1890/ES15-00176.1. ISSN: 2150-8925.
Bever, J.D., S. Mangan, and H. Alexander. 2015. Pathogens maintain plant diversity. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics. 46: 305-325.
Bauer, J.T., K.M.L. Mack, and J.D. Bever. 2015. Plant-soil feedbacks as drivers of succession: Evidence from remnant and restored tallgrass prairies. Ecosphere. (9):158. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES14-00480.1
Brown, G.K., J. Herrera, P. Bernhardt, and R. Edens-Meier. 2015. Potential fungal pathogens of Mead’s milkweed (Asclepias meadii: Apocynaceae). Natural Areas Journal 35:599-605.
Bever, J.D. 2015. Preferential allocation, physio-evolutionary feedbacks, and the stability and environmental patterns of mutualism between plants and their root symbionts. New Phytologist. 205: 1503–1514
Aslan, C., B.A. Sikes, and K. Gedan. 2015. “Research on mutualisms between native and non-native partners can contribute critical ecological insights.” Neobiota (PenSoft) 26 (July 23): 39-54. http://neobiota.pensoft.net/articles.php?id=5722, doi:10.3897/neobiota.26.8837.
Zheng, C., B.Ji, J. Zhang, F. Zhang, and J.D. Bever. 2015. Shading decreases plant carbon preferential allocation toward most effective mycorrhizal mutualist. New Phytologist. 205: 361-368
Chappell, B.M., D. Parry, W.R. Miller, and M.D. Lowman. 2015. Tardigrades of the canopy: Doryphoribius gibber Beasley and Pliato, 1987 (Eutardigrada: Parachela: Hypsibiidae) new records from eastern Kansas, U.S.A. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 118(1-2):48-52.
Chang, L., D. Powell, W.R. Miller, and M.D. Lowman. 2015. Tardigrades of the canopy: Evidence of stratification. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 118(3-4): 230-236.
Young, A.R., B. Chappell, and W.R. Miller. 2015. Tardigrades of the Canopy: Milnesium swansoni nov. sp. (Eutardigrada: Apochela: Milnesiidae) a new species from Kansas. Zootaxa 4072(5):559-568.
Gallagher, R.J., C. Subramanian, P.T. Grogan, K. Kindscher, C.-M. Cao, C.-M., H. Zhang, M.S. Cohen, and B.N. Timmermann. 2015. The therapeutic potential of Physalis longifolia against various carcinomas. PharmaNutrition, 3(4):146-152. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2213434415000225 doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.phanu.2015.05.002 ISSN:2213-4344
Thorp, J.H., and D.C. Rogers (eds.) 2015. Thorp & Covich’s Freshwater Invertebrates, 4th edition, Volume I.: Ecology and General Biology. Academic Press.
Carter, J.M., M.E. Orive, L.M. Gerhart, J.H. Stern, R.M. Marchin, J. Nagel, and J.K. Ward. 2015. Warmest extreme year in U.S. history alters thermal requirements for tree phenology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science U.S.
Cao, C. M., X. Wu, K. Kindscher, L. Xu, L., and B.N. Timmermann. 2015. Withanolides and sucrose esters from Physalis neomexicana. Journal of Natural Products 78(10):2488-93.
Fraser, L.H., A. Bittel, B. Foster, S. Parsons, M. Pesek, K. Roccaforte, et. al. 2015. “Worldwide evidence of a unimodal relationship between productivity and plant species richness.” Science (American Association for the Advancement of Science) 349 (6245): 302–305. http://science.sciencemag.org/content/349/6245/302, doi:10.1126/science.aab3916. ISSN: 0036-8075.
Richter, D. deB., and S.A. Billings. 2015. “‘One physical system’: Tansley’s ecosystem as Earth’s critical zone.” New Phytologist 206, no. 3 (May): 900-912. doi:10.1111/nph.13338.ISSN: 0028-646X.
Reuman, D.C., R.D. Holt, and G. Yvon-Durocher. A metabolic perspective on competition and body size reductions with warming. Journal of Animal Ecology 2014, 83, 59–69. doi: 10.1111/1365-2656.12064download pdf
Rogers, D.C., and S. Padhye. 2014. A new species of Streptocephalus (Crustacea: Anostraca; Streptocephalidae) from the Western Ghats, India, with a key to the Asian species. Zootaxa, 3802: 75-84.


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