Julian Nathaniel Holland
Julian Nathaniel Holland
Research Associate Professor, University of Houston
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Herbivore-induced changes in plant carbon allocation: assessment of below-ground C fluxes using carbon-14
JN Holland, W Cheng, DA Crossley
Oecologia 107, 87-94, 1996
Network structural properties mediate the stability of mutualistic communities
T Okuyama, JN Holland
Ecology Letters 11 (3), 208-216, 2008
Population dynamics and mutualism: functional responses of benefits and costs
JN Holland, DL DeAngelis, JL Bronstein
The American Naturalist 159 (3), 231-244, 2002
A consumer-resource approach to the density-dependent population dynamics of mutualism
JN Holland, DL DeAngelis
Ecology 91 (5), 1286-1295, 2010
Quantitative synthesis of context dependency in ant-plant protection mutualisms
SA Chamberlain, JN Holland
Ecology 90 (9), 2384-2392, 2009
Sonoran Desert columnar cacti and the evolution of generalized pollination systems
TH Fleming, CT Sahley, JN Holland, JD Nason, JL Hamrick
Ecological Monographs 71 (4), 511-530, 2001
Ant body size predicts dispersal distance of ant-adapted seeds: implications of small-ant invasions
JH Ness, JL Bronstein, AN Andersen, JN Holland
Ecology 85 (5), 1244-1250, 2004
The evolution of obligate pollination mutualisms: senita cactus and senita moth
TH Fleming, JN Holland
Oecologia 114, 368-375, 1998
Shifting species interactions in terrestrial dryland ecosystems under altered water availability and climate change
KE McCluney, J Belnap, SL Collins, AL González, EM Hagen, ...
Biological Reviews 87 (3), 563-582, 2012
Consumer‐resource theory predicts dynamic transitions between outcomes of interspecific interactions
J Nathaniel Holland, DL DeAngelis
Ecology letters 12 (12), 1357-1366, 2009
Mutualistic interactions between Upiga virescens (Pyralidae), a pollinating seed-consumer, and Lophocereus schottii (Cactaceae)
JN Holland, TH Fleming
Ecology 80 (6), 2074-2084, 1999
Abiotic factors shape temporal variation in the structure of an ant–plant network
V Rico-Gray, C Díaz-Castelazo, A Ramírez-Hernández, PR Guimaraes Jr, ...
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 6 (2), 289-295, 2012
Mutualisms as consumer–resource interactions
JN Holland, JH Ness, AL Boyle, JL Bronstein
Ecology of predator–prey interactions, 17-33, 2005
Density-mediated, context-dependent consumer-resource interactions between ants and extrafloral nectar plants
SA Chamberlain, JN Holland
Ecology 89 (5), 1364-1374, 2008
Evolutionary stability of mutualism: interspecific population regulation as an evolutionarily stable strategy
JN Holland, DL DeAngelis, ST Schultz
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
Effects of above-ground herbivory on soil microbial biomass in conventional and no-tillage agroecosystems
JN Holland
Applied Soil Ecology 2 (4), 275-279, 1995
Population dynamics and the ecological stability of obligate pollination mutualisms
JN Holland, DL DeAngelis
Oecologia 126 (4), 575-586, 2001
Testing hypotheses for excess flower production and low fruit‐to‐flower ratios in a pollinating seed‐consuming mutualism
JN Holland, JL Bronstein, DL DeAngelis
Oikos 105 (3), 633-640, 2004
Optimal defence theory predicts investment in extrafloral nectar resources in an ant–plant mutualism
JN Holland, SA Chamberlain, KC Horn
Journal of Ecology 97 (1), 89-96, 2009
Co-pollinators and specialization in the pollinating seed-consumer mutualism between senita cacti and senita moths
NJ Holland, TH Fleming
Oecologia 133, 534-540, 2002
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