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148A comparative study of the carnivorous pitcher plant microbiome reveals host influence and temporal effectsSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsStephens, Jessica; Rogers, Willie; Determann, Ron; Malmberg, Russell.Sarracenia
Microbiome
pitcher plant
699A putative resistance gene HOMOLOG OF RPW8.1 4 (HR4) is required for the plant defense against the green peach aphidSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsTwayana , Moon; Shah, Jyoti.HR4
RPW8
Arabidopsis thaliana
Green Peach Aphid
Antibiosis
386A Sticky Situation: selective pressure on pollen grain sculpture through differential pollen adherenceSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsLynn, Austin; Piotter, Emelyn; Galen, Candace.pollination
Sexual Selection
exine
Asteraceae
stigma
149Carnivorous plant syndromes: Suites of phenotypic traits associate with prey captured across the genus SarraceniaSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsStephens, Jessica; Determann, Ron; Kessler, Andre; Folkerts, Debbie; Raguso, Robert; Malmberg, Russell.pitcher plant
functional traits
insectivorous
936Characterizing the soil microbiome of two endangered orchids Symbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsRavelo, Andrea; Buback, Steven; Conant, Gavin; PIRES , JOSEPH CHRIS.Orchids
Orchidaceae
Microbiome
Metagenomics
mycorrhizae
138Comparative Shifts in the Reproductive Biology of Tradescantia ohiensisSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsCaceres, Steven; Spurgeon, Alexandra; Krakos, Kyra; Spurgeon, Alexandra.T. Ohiensis
725Discovering plant-pollinator networks in lowbush blueberry cultivation with pollen metabarcodingSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsSmith, Tyler; Wang, Song; Javorek, Steve; Grant, Matt; Cardinal, Sophie.metabarcoding
pollen
pollinators
agroecology
blueberry
624Mycorrhiza and Host SpecificitySymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsSharma, Meenakshi.Mycorrhiza
Symbioses
relative growth rate
Environment stressors
Genetically Strong Seeds
Genetically Weak Seeds
Interpretation of negative resultsĀ 
929Native Vegetation within Urban and Agricultural Landscapes: The Influence of Spatial Attributes on Tritrophic InteractionsSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsSalas, Andrea; Koptur, Suzanne; Jayachandran, Krish; Ayala-Silva, Thomas; Sah, Jay.Parasitoids
Herbivores
Fabaceae
Lepidoptera
Hymenoptera
Beneficial Insects
Trophic interactions
Plant-Insect interaction
isolation
170Rhizosphere ecology: does rhizospheric saprotrophs require living roots for recalcitrant litter decompositionSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsMalik , Rondy J; Eissenstat, David M.Rhizosphere
Temperate trees
Saprotrophs
Decomposition
Coarse wood debris
79Soil and its Microorganisms: A case study for Sustainable Agriculture under Pakistan’s Climatic Change ConditionsSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsIlyas, Noshin; Roomina, Mazhar.PGPR
Climate change
869The Valley Oak Leaf and Bulk Soil ‘Parabiome’ are Partially Shaped by Host GeneticsSymbioses: Plant, Animal, and Microbe InteractionsMeyer, Rachel; DeVries, Amber; Wright, Jessica; Curd, Emily; Sork, Victoria; Wayne, Robert.Metagenomics
community ecology
eDNA
biodiversity
Microbiome
arthropods
endosymbionts
California
trees

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