Mars, M.M., and J.L. Bronstein (in press). The promise of the organizational ecosystem metaphor: An argument for biological rigor. Journal of Management Inquiry.
Genrich, C.M., M.A.R. Mello, F.A.O. Silvera, J.L. Bronstein, and A.P. Paglia (2017). Duality of interaction outcomes in a plant-frugivore multilayer network. Oikos 126: 361-368.
Frankin, K.A., P. Sommers, C.E. Aslan, B. Lopez R., J.L. Bronstein, E. Bustamante, A. Búrquez, R.A. Medellín, and B. Marazzi (2016). Plant biotic interactions in the Sonoran Desert: Current knowledge and future research perspectives. International Journal of Plant Sciences 177:217-234.
Whitlock, M.C., J.L. Bronstein, E.M. Bruna, A.M. Ellison, C.W. Fox, M.A. McPeek, A.J. Moore, M.A.F. Noor, M.D. Rausher, L.H. Riesberg, M.G. Ritchie, R.G. Shaw. (2016). A balanced data archiving policy for long-term studies. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31: 84-85.
Frederickson, M.F. and J.L. Bronstein (2016) From lichens to the law: cooperation as a theme in the diverse career of Roscoe Pound. American Naturalist 188: ii-iii.
Marazzi, B., K. Franklin, P.N. Sommers, B.R. Lopez, J.L. Bronstein, E. Bustamante Ortega, A. Burquez, R.A. Medellín, and C. Aslan. (2015) Plant biotic interactions in the Sonoran Desert: Conservation challenges and future directions. Journal of the Southwest 57: 457-501.
Mars, M.M., J.L. Bronstein, and P.L. Sullivan (2015). The ecosystem of dark networks: a biological perspective. CTX (Counterterrorism Exchange Journal) 5:31-36.
K.G. Murray and J.L. Bronstein. (2015) Update: Plant/animal interactions. in: The Natural History of a Tropical Cloud Forest, second edition (N. Nadkarni and N. Wheelwright, editors), Oxford University Press. pp. 245-302 (in English and Spanish).
Lanan, M.C., A. Dornhaus, E. Jones, A. Waser, and J.L. Bronstein (2012). The trail less traveled: individual decision-making and its effect on group behavior. PLoS One 7(10): e47976. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0047976
Potter, K., J.L Bronstein, and G. Davidowitz (2012). Choice of oviposition sites by Manduca sexta and its consequences for egg and larval performance. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata.
Barron-Gafford, G.A., U. Rascher, J.L. Bronstein, G. Davidowitz, B. Chaszar, and T.E. Huxman (2012). Herbivory of wild Manduca sexta causes fast down-regulation of photosynthetic efficiency in Datura wrightii: an early signaling cascade visualized by chlorophyll fluorescence. Photosynthesis Research 113: 249-260.
Boyle, W.A. and J.L. Bronstein (2012). Phenology of tropical understory trees: patterns and correlates. Revista Biologia Tropical 60: 1415-1430.
Lanan, M.A., A. Dornhaus, and J.L. Bronstein (2011). The function of polydomy: the ant Crematogaster torosa preferentially forms new nests near food sources and fortifies outstations. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65: 959-968.
Boyle, W.A., C.J. Conway, and J.L. Bronstein (2011). Why do some, but not all, tropical birds migrate? A comparative study of diet breadth and fruit preference. Evolutionary Ecology 25: 219-236.
Estes, A.M, D.J. Hearn, J.L. Bronstein, and E.A. Pierson (2009). The olive fly endosymbiont, ‘Candidatus Erwinia dacicola’, switches from an intracellular existence to an extracellular existence during host insect development. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 75: 7097-7106.
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.H. Ness, J.L. Bronstein, A.N. Andersen, and J.N. Holland. (2004) Ant body size predicts the dispersal distance of ant-adapted seeds: implications for mutualism disruption by invasive ants. Ecology 85: 1244-1250. Abstract