Megan Arlene Rúa
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Home-field advantage? Evidence of local adaptation among plants, soil, and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi through meta-analysis
MA Rúa, A Antoninka, PM Antunes, VB Chaudhary, C Gehring, LJ Lamit, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 16, 1-15, 2016
A fungus among us: broad patterns of endophyte distribution in the grasses
JA Rudgers, ME Afkhami, MA Rúa, AJ Davitt, S Hammer, VM Huguet
Ecology 90 (6), 1531-1539, 2009
Evolutionary history of plant hosts and fungal symbionts predicts the strength of mycorrhizal mutualism
JD Hoeksema, JD Bever, S Chakraborty, VB Chaudhary, M Gardes, ...
Communications biology 1 (1), 116, 2018
MycoDB, a global database of plant response to mycorrhizal fungi
VB Chaudhary, MA Rúa, A Antoninka, JD Bever, J Cannon, A Craig, ...
Scientific data 3 (1), 1-10, 2016
Termite sensitivity to temperature affects global wood decay rates
AE Zanne, H Flores-Moreno, JR Powell, WK Cornwell, JW Dalling, ...
Science 377 (6613), 1440-1444, 2022
Modeling virus coinfection to inform management of maize lethal necrosis in Kenya
FM Hilker, LJS Allen, VA Bokil, CJ Briggs, Z Feng, KA Garrett, LJ Gross, ...
Phytopathology 107 (10), 1095-1108, 2017
Elevated CO2 spurs reciprocal positive effects between a plant virus and an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus
MA Rúa, J Umbanhowar, S Hu, KO Burkey, CE Mitchell
New Phytologist 199 (2), 541-549, 2013
Why is living fast dangerous? Disentangling the roles of resistance and tolerance of disease
JP Cronin, MA Rua, CE Mitchell
The American Naturalist 184 (2), 172-187, 2014
Fungal endophyte infection and host genetic background jointly modulate host response to an aphid‐transmitted viral pathogen
MA Rúa, RL McCulley, CE Mitchell
Journal of Ecology 101 (4), 1007-1018, 2013
Rapid evolution of a consumer stoichiometric trait destabilizes consumer–producer dynamics
M Yamamichi, CL Meunier, A Peace, C Prater, MA Rúa
Oikos 124 (7), 960-969, 2015
Viral pathogen production in a wild grass host driven by host growth and soil nitrogen
BK Whitaker, MA Rúa, CE Mitchell
New Phytologist 207 (3), 760-768, 2015
Coinfections by noninteracting pathogens are not independent and require new tests of interaction
FM Hamelin, LJS Allen, VA Bokil, LJ Gross, FM Hilker, MJ Jeger, ...
PLoS biology 17 (12), e3000551, 2019
The role of viruses in biological invasions: friend or foe?
MA Rúa, EC Pollina, AG Power, CE Mitchell
Current Opinion in Virology 1 (1), 68-72, 2011
Associations between ectomycorrhizal fungi and bacterial needle endophytes in Pinus radiata: implications for biotic selection of microbial communities
MA Rúa, EC Wilson, S Steele, AR Munters, JD Hoeksema, AC Frank
Frontiers in microbiology 7, 179406, 2016
Climate drivers, host identity and fungal endophyte infection determine virus prevalence in a grassland ecosystem
MA Rúa, RL McCulley, CE Mitchell
Journal of Ecology 102 (3), 690-699, 2014
Ectomycorrhizal fungal communities and enzymatic activities vary across an ecotone between a forest and field
MA Rúa, B Moore, N Hergott, L Van, CR Jackson, JD Hoeksema
Journal of Fungi 1 (2), 185-210, 2015
Geographic variation in a facultative mutualism: consequences for local arthropod composition and diversity
JA Rudgers, AM Savage, MA Rúa
Oecologia 163, 985-996, 2010
Experimental approaches to test allelopathy: A case study using the invader Sapium sebiferum
MA Rua, S Nijjer, A Johnson, WE Rogers, E Siemann
Allelopathy J 22 (1), 1-13, 2008
The Implications of HIV Treatment on the HIV‐Malaria Coinfection Dynamics: A Modeling Perspective
F Nyabadza, BT Bekele, MA Rúa, DM Malonza, N Chiduku, M Kgosimore
BioMed research international 2015 (1), 659651, 2015
Tree species with limited geographical ranges show extreme responses to ectomycorrhizas
J Karst, C Burns, JA Cale, PM Antunes, M Woods, LJ Lamit, JD Hoeksema, ...
Global ecology and biogeography 27 (7), 839-848, 2018
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