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29Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualisms
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Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualismsLeebens-Mack, James H.; Yoder, Jeremy.
626Diversification of the brood pollination mutualism between leafflower trees (Phyllanthus s. l. [Glochidion]) and leafflower moths (Epicephala) on oceanic islands
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Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualismsHembry, David.coevolution
mutualism
brood pollination
leafflower
Phyllanthaceae
host-shift
ecological network
island biogeography
Specialization
217Evolution of Ecologically Generalized Pollination through Phenotypic Specialization and “Adaptive Behavior” of Stylidium flowers
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Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualismsArmbruster, W. Scott; Wege, Juliet; Evans, Sian; Forest, Felix.Adaptive floral behavior
pollination
Specialization
Stylidium
Western Australia
704Fitness alignment and conflict in the mutualism between plants and nitrogen-fixing rhizobium bacteria
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Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualismsPorter, Stephanie; Simms, Ellen.legume
rhizobia
mutualism
symbiosis
functional leaf traits
ecophysiological traits
141Genomic and geographic clines in the Joshua tree (Yucca) hybrid zone
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Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualismsSmith, Christopher; Royer, Anne.coevolution
pollination
Hyrbridization
Yucca
Agavaceae
Population Genomics
Clines
343Geographic variation in Yucca-Yucca moth interactions: volatile handshakes and footprints
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Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualismsRaguso, Robert Andrew.pollination
partner choice
private channels
chemical ecology
olfaction
791Host sanctions in the fig tree – fig wasp mutualism
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Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualismsJander, Karin Charlotte.mutualism
pollination
cooperation
coevolution
sanctions
Ficus
1195Overview of Foliar Fungal Endophyte interactions with their host plants
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Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualismsHerre, Edward Allen.fungal endophytes
host gene expression
Photosynthesis
Stable isotope enrichment
lignin
induced resistance
herbivory
612Pollinator-mediated reproductive isolation among dioecious fig species (Ficus, Moraceae)
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Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualismsWeiblen, George D.; Moe, Annika M..coevolution
hybridization
speciation
1466Population genomics in the model legume, Medicago truncatula
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Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualismsGrillo, Michael; Heath, Katy.coevolution
mutualism
legume
Medicago
Population Genomics
303The impact of cheating on mutualism
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Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualismsSegraves, Kari A..mutualism
coevolution
synthetic biology
cheating
153The role of floral scent in Epicephala moth nursery pollination system
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Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualismsSvensson, Glenn P.; Okamoto, Tomoko.mutualism
pollination
Floral scent
Electrophysiology
Odour-guided behaviour
Post-pollination mechanism
87The role of mutualism and antagonism in diversification of yuccas and yucca moths
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Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualismsAlthoff, David.mutualism
coevolution
speciation
antagonism
herbivory
pollination
387Timing of rapid diversification and parallel origins of active pollination within Agavoideae (Asparagaceae)
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Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualismsMcKain, Michael; Heyduk, Karolina; McNeal, Joel; Kellar, P. Roxanne; Linder, Peter; Pires, J. Chris; Eguiarte, Luis E.; Leebens-Mack, James.Yucca
yucca moth
pollination
Agavoideae
whole chloroplast
divergence time
mutualism
445Understanding the dynamics of mutualistic symbiosis with population genomics
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Botany 2015 Colloquium: Integrated perspectives on the ecology, genetics and coevolution of intimate mutualismsYoder, Jeremy; Tiffin, Peter.mutualism
Medicago truncatula
Sinorhizobium
symbiosis
Nitrogen fixation

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