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Ellen L. Simms
Ellen L. Simms
Professor of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley
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The evolutionary ecology of tolerance to consumer damage
KA Stowe, RJ Marquis, CG Hochwender, EL Simms
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 565-595, 2000
7082000
Plant resistance to herbivores and pathogens: ecology, evolution, and genetics
RS Fritz, EL Simms
University of Chicago Press, 2012
5452012
The relative advantages of plasticity and fixity in different environments: when is it good for a plant to adjust?
P Alpert, EL Simms
Evolutionary Ecology 16 (3), 285-297, 2002
4332002
Costs and benefits of plant resistance to herbivory
EL Simms, MD Rausher
The American Naturalist 130 (4), 570-581, 1987
3951987
Pathways to mutualism breakdown
JL Sachs, EL Simms
Trends in ecology & evolution 21 (10), 585-592, 2006
3932006
to Herbivory
EL Simms
Plant resistance to herbivores and pathogens: ecology, evolution, and …, 1992
3701992
Sanctions and mutualism stability: why do rhizobia fix nitrogen?
SA West, ET Kiers, EL Simms, RF Denison
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
3492002
Costs and benefits of plant responses to disease: resistance and tolerance
EL Simms, J Triplett
Evolution 48 (6), 1973-1985, 1994
3241994
An empirical test of partner choice mechanisms in a wild legume–rhizobium interaction
EL Simms, DL Taylor, J Povich, RP Shefferson, JL Sachs, M Urbina, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1582), 77-81, 2006
2452006
THE EVOLUTION OF RESISTANCE TO HERBIVORY IN IPOMOEA PURPUREA. II. NATURAL SELECTION BY INSECTS AND COSTS OF RESISTANCE
EL Simms, MD Rausher
Evolution 43 (3), 573-585, 1989
2421989
Defining tolerance as a norm of reaction
EL Simms
Evolutionary Ecology 14 (4), 563-570, 2000
2252000
Identification and characterization of QTL underlying whole‐plant physiology in Arabidopsis thaliana: δ13C, stomatal conductance and transpiration efficiency
TE Juenger, JK Mckay, N Hausmann, JJB Keurentjes, S Sen, KA Stowe, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 28 (6), 697-708, 2005
2132005
Partner choice in nitrogen-fixation mutualisms of legumes and rhizobia
EL Simms, DL Taylor
Integrative and comparative biology 42 (2), 369-380, 2002
2132002
Tannins and partial consumption of acorns: implications for dispersal of oaks by seed predators
MA Steele, T Knowles, K Bridle, EL Simms
American Midland Naturalist, 229-238, 1993
1981993
THE EVOLUTION OF RESISTANCE TO HERBIVORY IN IPOMOEA PURPUREA. I. ATTEMPTS TO DETECT SELECTION
MD Rausher, EL Simms
Evolution 43 (3), 563-572, 1989
1701989
Effect of seed predation on seed bank size and seedling recruitment of bush lupine (Lupinus arboreus)
JL Maron, EL Simms
Oecologia 111 (1), 76-83, 1997
1461997
Origins of cheating and loss of symbiosis in wild Bradyrhizobium
JL Sachs, MO Ehinger, EL Simms
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (5), 1075-1089, 2010
1292010
QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI AFFECTING δ13C AND RESPONSE TO DIFFERENTIAL WATER AVAILIBILITY IN ARABIDOPSIS THALLANA
NJ Hausmann, TE Juenger, S Sen, KA Stowe, TE Dawson, EL Simms
Evolution 59 (1), 81-96, 2005
1102005
Cooperation in the rhizosphere and the “free rider” problem
RF Denison, C Bledsoe, M Kahn, F O'Gara, EL Simms, LS Thomashow
Ecology 84 (4), 838-845, 2003
1042003
Life history trade‐offs in a rare orchid: the costs of flowering, dormancy, and sprouting
RP Shefferson, J Proper, SR Beissinger, EL Simms
Ecology 84 (5), 1199-1206, 2003
1002003
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