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Emily I. Jones, Maren L. Friesen, Michelle E. Afkhami, Erol Akcay, Judith L. Bronstein, Redouan Bshary, Megan E. Frederickson, Katy D. Heath, Jason D. Hoeksema, Joshua H. Ness, Sabrina Pankey, Stephanie S. Porter, Joel L. Sachs, Klara Charnagl. 2015. Cheaters must prosper: reconciling theoretical and empirical perspectives on cheating in mutualism. Ecology Letters 18:1270-1284 (Open Access; DOI: 10.1111/ele.12507) **Cover article:
Megan A. Rúa, Becky Moore, Nicole Hergott, Lily Van, Colin R. Jackson, and Jason D. Hoeksema. 2015. Ectomycorrhizal Fungal Communities and Enzymatic Activities Vary across an Ecotone between a Forest and Field. Journal of Fungi 1:185-211 (DOI: 10.3390/jof1020185)
Hoeksema, J.D. 2015. Experimentally testing effects of mycorrhizal networks on plant ecology and distinguishing among mechanisms. In: Mycorrhizal Networks, edited by T.R. Horton. Springer, Ecological Studies 224. DOI: 10.1007/978-94-017-7395-9_9. Download PDF of Chapter 9, or purchase book on Amazon, or access other individual chapters on Springer's website.
Hoeksema J.D. and E.M. Bruna. 2015. Context-dependent outcomes of mutualistic interactions. In: Mutualisms, edited by Judith Bronstein. Oxford University Press. Purchase on Amazon or use promo code on this flier to purchase book at a discount from Oxford University Press.
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). **For a SCULPTURAL TRANSLATION of this paper by artist Kristin Serafini, see HERE.
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)
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, 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)
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 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 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)
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. 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.