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terHorst and Zee 2015

terHorst, C.P. and P.C. Zee 2016 Eco-evolutionary dynamics in plant-soil feedbacks Functional Ecology in press.


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terHorst et al. 2015

terHorst, C.P. et al. 2015 Quantifying nonadditive selection caused by indirect ecological effects. Ecology 96: 2360-2369.


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Lau, J.A. and C.P. terHorst 2015

Lau, J.A. and C.P. terHorst 2015. Causes and consequences of failed adaptation to biological invasions: the role of ecological constraints. Molecular Ecology 24: 1987-1998.


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terHorst, C.P. and J.A. Lau 2015

terHorst, C.P. and J.A. Lau 2015 Genetic variation in invasive species response to direct and indirect species interactions. Biological Invasions .


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Miller, T.M., E.R. Moran, C.P. terHorst. 2014

Miller, T.M., E.R. Moran, C.P. terHorst. 2014 Rethinking niche evolution: experiments with natural communities of protozoa in pitcher plants. The American Naturalist 184.


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terHorst, C.P., J.T. Lennon, and J.A. Lau. 2014.

terHorst, C.P., J.T. Lennon, and J.A. Lau. 2014 The relative importance of rapid evolution for plant-microbe interactions depends on ecological context. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281.


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terHorst, C.P. and J.A. Lau. 2012

terHorst, C.P. and J.A. Lau. 2012. Consequences of direct and indirect evolutionary effects on plant-herbivore interactions. Evolutionary Ecology 26:1469-1480 DOI 10.1007/s10682-012-9560-8


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Miller, T.E. and C.P. terHorst. 2012

Miller, T.E. and C.P. terHorst. 2012. Testing successional hypotheses of stability, heterogeneity, and diversity in pitcher-plant inquiline communities. Oecologia  170:243-251.


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terHorst, C.P. 2012

terHorst, C.P. 2012. Context-dependent orientation cues in a supratidal amphipod.  Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 45: 45-50.


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Miller, T.E. and C.P. terHorst. 2012

Miller, T.E. and C.P. terHorst. 2012. Indirect effects in communities and ecosystems. Oxford Bibliographies in Ecology. Ed. David Gibson. New York: Oxford University Press. link


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