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Karst J, Piculell BJ, Brigham CA, Booth MG, and Hoeksema JD. 2013. Fungal communities in soils along a vegetative ecotone. Mycologia 105:61-70 (DOI:10.3852/12-042)

Hoeksema JD, Hernandez JV, Rogers DR, Mendoza LL, and Thompson JN. 2012. Geographic divergence in a species-rich symbiosis: Interactions between Monterey pines and ectomycorrhizal fungi. Ecology 93:2274–2285 (DOI:10.1890/11-1715.1)

Hoeksema JD and Classen AT. 2012. Is plant genetic control of ectomycorrhizal community composition an untapped source of stable soil carbon in managed forests? Plant and Soil 359:197-204 (DOI:10.1007/s11104-012-1201-z)

Hoeksema JD. 2012. Geographic Mosaics of Coevolution. Nature Education Knowledge 3(3):19

Karst J, Hoeksema JD, Jones MD, and Turkington R. 2011. Parsing the roles of abiotic and biotic factors in Douglas-fir seedling growth. Pedobiologia - International Journal of Soil Biology 54:273-280. (DOI:10.1016/j.pedobi.2011.05.002)

Hoeksema JD. 2010. Tansley review. Ongoing coevolution in mycorrhizal interactions.  New Phytologist 187:286-300. (DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2010.03305.x)

Hoeksema JD, Chaudhary VB, Gehring CA, Johnson NC, Karst J, Koide RT, Pringle A, Zabinski C, Bever JD, Moore JC, Wilson GWT, Klironomos JN, and Umbanhowar J.  2010. A meta-analysis of context-dependency in plant response to inoculation with mycorrhizal fungi.   Ecology Letters 13(3):394-407. (DOI: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2009.01430.x)

Booth MG and Hoeksema JD (both authors contributed equally). 2010. Mycorrhizal networks counteract competitive effects of canopy trees on seedling survival. Ecology 91:2294-2302. (DOI: 10.1890/09-1139.1)

Hoeksema JD. 2010. Peering belowground with increasing clarity: Elucidating belowground processes with cutting-edge tools. Plant and Soil 331:1-3. (DOI: 10.1007/s11104-010-0298-1)

Chaudhary B, Walters L, Bever JD, Hoeksema JD, Wilson GWT. 2010. Advancing synthetic ecology: A database system to facilitate complex ecological meta-analyses. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 91:235-243. (DOI: 10.1890/0012-9623-91.2.235)

Hoeksema JD. 2010. Context-dependency rules the day in the grass-endophyte symbiosis. Evolution 64(3):865-867. (A review of “Ecology and Evolution of the Grass-Endophyte Symbiosis” by Gregory P. Cheplick and Stanley H. Faeth, 2009, Oxford University Press). (DOI: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2009.00855.x)

Hoeksema JD, Piculell BJ and Thompson JN. 2009. Within-population genetic variability in mycorrhizal interactions.  Communicative and Integrative Biology 2(2):110-112.

Johnson NC, VB Chaudhary, JD Hoeksema, JN Moore, A Pringle, JA Umbanhowar, GT Wilson. 2009. Mysterious mycorrhizae? A field trip and classroom experiment to demystify the symbioses formed between plants and fungi. The American Biology Teacher 71(7):424-429.

Piculell BJ, JD Hoeksema, and JN Thompson. 2008. Interactions of biotic and abiotic environmental factors on an ectomycorrhizal symbiosis, and the potential for selection mosaics. BMC Biology 6:23 (11 pages). (also see commentary by David Nash in the Journal of Biology)

Hoeksema JD and SE Forde. 2008. A meta-analysis of factors affecting local adaptation between interacting species. The American Naturalist 171:275-290. (DOI: 10.1086/527496)

Hoeksema JD and JN Thompson. 2007. Evolved geographic structure in a widespread plant-ectomycorrhizal interaction: Pines and false truffles. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20:1148-1163. (DOI: 10.1111/j.1420-9101.2006.01287.x)

Johnson NC, JD Hoeksema, JA Umbanhowar, J Bever, VB Chaudhary, CA Gehring, JN Klironomos, R Koide, J Moore, M Miller, P Moutoglis, MW Schwartz, S Simard, W Swenson, GW Wilson, and C Zabinski. 2006. From Lilliput to Brobdingnag: Extending models of mycorrhizal function across scales. BioScience 56(11):889-900.

Schwartz MW, JD Hoeksema, CA Gehring, NC Johnson, JN Klironomos, LK Abbott, and A Pringle. 2006. Global movement of mycorrhizal fungus inoculum: promise and possible consequences. Ecology Letters 9:501-515. (DOI: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2006.00910.x)

Hoeksema JD. 2005. Plant-plant interactions vary with different mycorrhizal fungi. Biology Letters 1:439-442. (DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2005.0381)

Hoeksema JD and M Kummel. 2003. Ecological persistence of the plant-mycorrhizal mutualism: a hypothesis from species coexistence theory. The American Naturalist 162:S40-S50. (DOI: 10.1086/378644)

Hoeksema JD and MW Schwartz. 2003. Expanding comparative-advantage biological market models: contingency of mutualism on partners’ resource requirements and acquisition trade-offs. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 270:913-919. (DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2002.2312)

Rudgers, JA and JD Hoeksema. 2003. Interannual variation in the relative importance of herbivory for the annual legume, Lupinus nanus. Plant Ecology 169:105-120.

Hoeksema JD and MW Schwartz. 2001. Modeling interspecific mutualisms as biological markets. Pages 173-183 in: R Noe, JARAM Van Hooff, and P Hammerstein (eds.), Economics in Nature. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. (PDF) (book information on publisher's website)

Hoeksema JD and EM Bruna. 2000. Pursuing the big questions about interspecific mutualism: a review of theoretical approaches. Oecologia 125:321-330. (DOI: 10.1007/s004420000496)

Hoeksema JD, J Lussenhop and J Teeri. 2000. Soil nematodes indicate food web responses to elevated atmospheric CO2. Pedobiologia 44:725-735.

Schwartz, MW, CA Brigham, JD Hoeksema, KG Lyons, MH Mills and PJ van Mantgem. 2000. Linking biodiversity to ecosystem function: implications for conservation ecology. Oecologia 122:297-305.

Hoeksema JD. 1999. Investigating the disparity in host-specificity between AM and EM fungi: lessons from theory and better-studied systems. Oikos 84:327-332. (PDF)

Brigham CA and JD Hoeksema. 1999. Spatial processes in ecology—a review of Spatial Ecology, D Tilman and P Kareiva, editors. Madroño 46(4):218-219.

Schwartz MW and JD Hoeksema. 1998. Specialization and resource trade: biological markets as a model of mutualisms. Ecology 79(3):1029-1038. (also see commentary in Science News)