Big Ideas About Mutualism Papers

Barker, J.L, J.L. Bronstein, M.L. Friesen, E.I. Jones, H.K. Reeve, A.G. Zink, and M.E. Frederickson (2017). Synthesizing perspectives on the evolution of cooperation within and between species. Evolution doi:10.1111/evo.13174

Díaz-Muñoz, S., A. Boddy, G. Dantas, C. Waters, and J. L. Bronstein (2016). Contextual organismality: Beyond pattern to process in the emergence of organisms. Evolution doi:10.1111/evo.13078

Aslan, C.E., J.L. Bronstein, H.S. Rogers, K.B. Gedan, J. Brodie, T.M. Palmer, and T.P. Young (2016). Leveraging nature’s backup plans to incorporate species interactions and resilience into restoration. Restoration Ecology 24:434-440.

Rafferty, N.E., C.D. Bertelsen, and J.L. Bronstein (2016). Later flowering is associated with a compressed flowering season and reduced reproductive output in an early season floral resource. Oikos 125:821-828.

Barker, J.L. and J.L. Bronstein (2016). Temporal structure in cooperative interactions: what does the timing of exploitation tell us about its cost? PLoS Biology 14(2): e1002371. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1002371.

Jones, E.I., M.E. Afkhami, E. Akcay, J.L. Bronstein, R. Bshary, M.E. Frederickson, K.D. Heath, J. Hoeksema, J.H. Ness, S. Pankey, S.S. Porter, J.L. Sachs, K. Scharnagl, and M.L. Friesen. (2015) Cheaters must prosper: reconciling theoretical and empirical perspectives on cheating in mutualism. Ecology Letters 18: 1270-1284.

Rafferty, N.E, P.J. CaraDonna, and J.L. Bronstein (2015). Phenological shifts and the fate of mutualisms. Oikos 124:14-21. Selected as a “must-read” by the Faculty of 1000.

Brodie, J.F., C.E. Aslan, H.S. Rogers, K.H. Redford, J.L. Maron, J.L. Bronstein, and C.R. Groves (2014). Secondary extinctions of biodiversity. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 29: 664-672.

Chamberlain, S.C., J. Rudgers, and J.L. Bronstein (2014). How context-dependent are species interactions? Ecology Letters 17: 881-890.

Rafferty, N.E., P.J. CaraDonna, LA. Burkle, A.M. Iler, and J.L. Bronstein (2013). Phenological overlap of interacting species in a changing climate: an assessment of available approaches. Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.1002/ece3.668

Jones, E.I., R. Ferrière, and J.L. Bronstein (2012). Competition and the evolutionary dynamics of mutualism. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1256: 66-88.

Mars, M.M., J.L. Bronstein, and R. Lusch (2012). The value of a metaphor: organizations as ecosystems. Organizational Dynamics 41(4).

J.L. Bronstein (2011) Mutualism and symbiosis. in: Oxford Online Bibliography: Ecology.

Bronstein, J.L. (2011) Antagonisms and mutualisms: interactions among plant/animal interactions. In: K. del Claro and Helena Maura Torezan-Silingardi (eds), Plant-Animal Interactions in the Tropics (in Portuguese).

Fitzpatrick, G.M., and J.L. Bronstein. (2011) Mutualism. Encyclopedia of Sustainability 5/10: Ecosystem Management and Sustainability. Berkshire Publishing Group, Great Barrington, Mass.

J.L. Bronstein (2011) Mutualism and symbiosis. in: Oxford Online Bibliography: Ecology. In press.

Bronstein, J.L. (2011) Antagonisms and mutualisms: interactions among plant/animal interactions. In: K. del Claro and Helena Maura Torezan-Silingardi (eds), Plant-Animal Interactions in the Tropics (in Portuguese), in press.

Bshary, R. and J.L. Bronstein (2011). A general scheme to predict partner control mechanisms in pairwise cooperative interactions between unrelated individuals. Ethology 117: 271-283.

Kiers, E.T., T.M. Palmer, A.R. Ives, J.F. Bruno, and J.L. Bronstein (2010). The global breakdown of mutualistic interactions among species. in press, Ecology Letters 13: 1459-1474. Selected as a “must-read” by the Faculty of 1000.

Irwin, R., J.L. Bronstein, J. Manson, and L.E. Richardson. (2010) Nectar-robbing: ecological and evolutionary perspectives. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 41: 271-292.

Bronstein, J.L. (2009). The evolution of facilitation and mutualism. Journal of Ecology 97: 1160-1170.

J.L. Bronstein (2009) Mutualism. in: Princeton Guide to Ecology. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey.

J.L. Bronstein and J.N. Holland (2008). Mutualism. In: Sven Erik Jørgensen and Brian D. Fath (Editors-in-Chief), Population Dynamics. Vol. [3] of Encyclopedia of Ecology, 5 vols. pp. 2485-2491. Oxford: Elsevier.

J.L. Bronstein, I. Izhaki, R. Nathan, J.J. Tewksbury, O. Speigel, and A. Lotan (2007) Fleshy-fruited plants and frugivores in desert ecosystems. in: A.J. Dennis, E.W. Schupp, R.J. Green and D.W. Westcott (ed), Seed dispersal: Theory and its Application in a Changing World. Cambridge University Press.

J.L. Bronstein, T.E. Huxman, and G. Davidowitz (2006) Plant-mediated effects linking herbivory and polllination. pp. 79-103 in: Ecological Communities: Plant Mediation in Indirect Interaction Webs. T. Ohgushi, T.G. Craig, and P.W. Price (editors). Cambridge University Press.

J.L. Bronstein, R. Alarcon, and M. Geber (2006). Tansley Review: Evolution of insect/plant mutualisms. New Phytologist 172(3):412-428. Full Text

J.N. Holland, J.H. Ness, A. Boyle and J.L. Bronstein (2005) Mutualisms as consumer-resource interactions. in: P. Barbosa (ed), Ecology of Predator-Prey Interactions. Oxford University Press, pp. 17-33.

R.S. Bshary and J.L. Bronstein. (2004) Game structures in mutualisms: what can the evidence tell us about the kinds of models we need? Advances in the Study of Behavior 34:59-104. Full Text

J.H. Ness and J.L. Bronstein. (2004) The effects of invasive ants on prospective ant mutualists. Biological Invasions 6: 445-461. Abstract

L.S. Adler and J.L. Bronstein. (2004) Attracting antagonists: Does floral nectar increase leaf herbivory? Ecology 85: 1519-1526. Abstract

J.L. Bronstein, U. Dieckmann, and R. Ferrière. (2004) Coevolutionary dynamics and the conservation of mutualisms. pp. 305-326 in: Evolutionary Conservation Biology. R. Ferrière, U. Dieckmann, and D. Couvet (editors), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

J.L. Bronstein (2003) The scope for exploitation within mutualistic interactions. in: Genetics and Evolution of Cooperation (P. Hammerstein, editor), MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts. pp. 185-202.

C.T. Bergstrom, J.L. Bronstein, R. Bshary, R.C. Connor, M. Daly, S.A. Frank, H. Gintis, L. Keller, O. Leimar, R. Noë, and D.C. Queller. (2003) Interspecific mutualism: puzzles and predictions. in: Genetics and Evolution of Cooperation (P. Hammerstein, editor), MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, pp. 241-256.

J.L. Bronstein and P. Barbosa. (2002) Multi-trophic/multi-species mutualistic interactions: the role of non-mutualists in shaping and mediating mutualisms. Pp. 44-65 in Multitrophic Level Interactions. B. Hawkins and T. Tscharntke (editors), Cambridge University Press.

J.L. Bronstein (2001) Mutualisms. in: Evolutionary Ecology: Perspectives and Synthesis (C. Fox, D. Fairbairn, and D. Roff, editors), Oxford University Press, New York. pp. 315-330.

J.L. Bronstein (2001) The costs of mutualism. American Zoologist 41: 127-141.

J.L. Bronstein (2001) The exploitation of mutualisms. Ecology Letters 4: 277-287.

K.G. Murray, S. Kinsman and J.L. Bronstein. (1999) Plant/animal interactions. in: The Natural History of a Tropical Cloud Forest (N. Nadkarni and N. Wheelwright, editors), Oxford University Press. pp. 245-302.

J.L. Bronstein. (1998) The contribution of ant-plant protection studies to our understanding of mutualism. Biotropica 30: 150-161.

J.L. Bronstein. (1995) The plant/pollinator landscape. pp. 256-288 in Mosaic Landscapes and Ecological Processes, L. Hansson, L. Fahrig, and G. Merriam (eds). Chapman and Hall, New York.

J.L. Bronstein. (1994) Our current understanding of mutualism. Quarterly Review of Biology 69: 31-51.

J.L. Bronstein. (1994) Conditional outcomes of mutualistic interactions. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 9:214-217.