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2014 - Jim Grace will be giving the UT Departmental Seminar to start things off and then giving an SEM modelling workshop. Thanks Jim.

2014 - Jen and I are headed to Kyoto this summer to work with Takayuki Ohgushi on a new willow project at the Center of Ecology! Jiro, here we come!

2013 - Field Ecology study makes editors pick at AOBplants! Congratulations!

2013 - Congratulations to Courtney Gorman for her new Annals of Botany paper from Field Ecology!(Gorman, C.E., Q.D. Read, M.E. Van Nuland, J.A.M. Bryant, J.N. Welch, J.T. Altobelli, M.J. Douglas, M.A. Genung, E.N. Haag, D.N. Jones, H.E. Long, A.D. Wilburn, J.A. Schweitzer and J.K. Bailey. Phylogenetic similarity aboveground leads to community similarity belowground through conservatism of functional traits. Annals of Botany Plants (in press)

2013 - Congratulations to Michael Van Nuland for his new PLOSONE paper from Field Ecology! ( Van Nuland, M.E., E.N. Haag, J.A.M. Bryant, Q.D. Read, J. Douglas, C E. Gorman, J.N. Welch, T.D. Greenwell, M.W. Busby, J. Collins, J. LeRoy, G. Schuchmann, J.A. Schweitzer, and J.K. Bailey. Fire Promotes Pollinator Visitation: Implications for Ameliorating Declines of Pollination Services. PLOSone (in press)

2013 - Field Ecology is over and now it is time for the party!

2013 - We were happy to have Jen Lau at UT for the departmental seminar. It was a great time.

2013 - Special thanks to Denise Dearing for giving the departmental seminar at UT. Folks loved it.

2013 - Abel Kai, the newest member of the Bailey Lab was born on September 24th! Lucky for him, he looks like his mother.

2013 - Intecol in London was a really great meeting. It was good to catch up with folks and meet some new friends.

2013 - Lauren and Liam are working in the kipukas on the big island. Everyone send 'em your best shaka!

2013 - New Special Feature in Functional Ecology on linking range shifts to eco-evo dynamics.

2013 - Michael, Ian, and Peter have headed out west to make collections for Projects.

2013 - Andrew Hendry visited UT and gave a great seminar. If you have not had the pleasure of meeting and hanging out with Andrew, and listening to a Hendry seminar you should try to change that. The seminar and visit were excellent! Andrew also has a great Blog that you should check out. http://ecoevoevoeco.blogspot.ca/

2013 - Outstanding News...Lauren Breza was awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship! Congratulations!

2013 - Jen's new web page is up and it looks great. Check it out at Jenschweitzer.com

2013 - Walt Andrews is joining the lab! Great news. Come on up and find a desk!

2013 - Lauren Breza will be joining the lab! This is outstanding news. Wecome. We'll start making space!

2013 - New paper by Mark Genung indicates that indirect genetic effects occur belowground and may have unexplored coevolutionary consequences. (Genung, M.A., J.K. Bailey, J.A. Schweitzer.  Invisible coevolutionary consequences of belowground interactions. Ecology and Evolution.

2013 - New paper by Clara Pregitzer indicates shows genetic by environment interaction to drive nutrient availability along an elevational gradient using Populus. (Pregitzer, CC, JK Bailey, JA Schweitzer. Plant genotype and environment interact to influence soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics: implications for the geographic mosaic theory of co-evolution. Ecology and Evolution.

2013 - Gordon Conference on Plant Herbivore Interactions was excellent. Greg Crutsinger held court with a mandolin and reportoire of old classics for a night of sing along songs after the talks. If you haven't seen Sergio Rasmann's work yet you should check it out.

2013 - New paper by John Senior of the University of Tasmania suggesting that closely related species will respond to global change factors similarly and may provide a useful model for understanding the consequences of climate change on forest tree species. (Senior, J., J. O’Reilly-Wapstra, S. Chapman, D. Steane, A. Langley, J.A. Schweitzer, J.K. Bailey.  (2013) Phylogeny drives forest response to global change. plosone (http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0060088)).

2013 - New paper by Emmi Felker-Quinn suggests that enemy release is not responsible for the success of invasive species in invaded ranges. (Felker-Quinn, E., J.A. Schweitzer, J.K. Bailey. (2013) Meta-analysis reveals evolution in invasive species but little support for Evolution of Increased Competitive Ability (EICA). Ecology and Evolution (doi/10.1002/ece3.488/abstract))

2012 - New paper by Mark Genung on how indirect genetic effects and the coevolutionary process drive the services ecosystems provide. (The afterlife of interspecific indirect genetic effects: Ecosystem processes as the gene-less products of genetically-based interactions.  PLoS ONE 8:e53718.)

2012 - Dave Post of Yale brought the big stick and delivered a wonderful talk on the community and ecosystem consequences of Alewife evolution. If you haven't had the pleasure, try to get Dave to come give a talk on Eco-Evo Dynamics.

2012 - Rick Lankau gave the departmental seminar at the University of Tennessee on Ecological and Evolutionary Dynamics of Plant-Soil Feedbacks. Rick gave a great talk and it was great to have him around.

2012 - Takayuki Ohgushi and Mito Ikemoto are visiting the lab to discuss indirect trait mediated interactions in willow and goldenrod.

2012 - Courtney Gorman and Ian Ware will be beginning PhD's in the lab. Courtney will be working on endemism in Tennessee. Ian will be working on the plant genetics of environmental gradients.

2012 - The international release of "A Thousand Invisible Chords" took place in Hobart, Tasmania.

2012 - The first release of "A Thousand Invisible Chords" took place in Flagstaff, AZ.

 

 

The Bailey Lab Publications

78. Woolbright, S.A., J.K. Bailey, C.A. Gehring, G.J. Allan, T.G. Whitham. Climate relicts as natural community and ecosystem labs? (in review)

77. Zenni, R.D., J.K. Bailey, D. Simberloff. Rapid evolution and range expansion of an invasive plant are driven by genotype-environment interactions. (in review)

76. Van Nuland, M.E., I. Ware, J.A. Schweitzer, J.K. Bailey. Plant soil feedbacks drive landscape level eco-evolutionary dynamic. (in review)

75. Felker-Quinn, E, J.A. Schweitzer, J.K. Bailey. Rapid Evolution Due to Climate and Edaphic Conditions Leads to Local Adaptation of Invasive Tree Ailanthus altissima. PLOSOne (in review).

74. Gorman, C, B.M. Potts, J.A. Schweitzer, and J.K. s. Endemics are functionally different than non-endemics. (in review)

73. Genung, M.A., J.K. Senior, J. O’Reilly-Wapstra, S.K. Chapman, J.A. Langley, J.A. Schweitzer, J.K. Bailey. The company you keep: Biotic interactions, CO2, and N fertilization have comparable effects on plant productivity. Advances in Ecological Research (in review)

72. Schweitzer, J.A., J.K. Bailey. Community Genetics. Berkshire Encyclopedia. (in press)

71. Van Nuland, M.E., E.N. Haag, J.A.M. Bryant, Q.D. Read, J. Douglas, C E. Gorman, J.N. Welch, T.D. Greenwell, M.W. Busby, J. Collins, J. LeRoy, G. Schuchmann, J.A. Schweitzer, and J.K. Bailey. Fire Promotes Pollinator Visitation: Implications for Ameliorating Declines of Pollination Services. PLOSone (in press)

70. Gorman, C.E., Q.D. Read, M.E. Van Nuland, J.A.M. Bryant, J.N. Welch, J.T. Altobelli, M.J. Douglas, M.A. Genung, E.N. Haag, D.N. Jones, H.E. Long, A.D. Wilburn, J.A. Schweitzer and J.K. Bailey. Phylogenetic similarity aboveground leads to community similarity belowground through conservatism of functional traits. Annals of Botany Plants (in press)

69. Genung MA, JA Schweitzer, N Omomo, JK Bailey. The effects of phylogenetic diversity and species richness on ecosystem function are dependent upon evolutionary history. PEERJ (in press).

68. Bailey, J.K. An argument for integrating ecological and evolutionary dynamics into global change research. Functional Ecology (Special Feature – in press).

67. Quentin D. Read, Leigh C. Moorhead, Nathan G. Swenson, Joseph K. Bailey, and Nathan J. Sanders. Convergent effects of elevation on functional leaf traits within and among species. Functional Ecology (Special Feature – in press)

66. Schweitzer, J.A., I. Juric, T.F.J. van de Voorde, K. Clay, J.K. Bailey. Do plant-soil feedbacks have evolutionary consequences for plants? Functional Ecology (Special Feature – in press)

65. Bailey, J.K., M.A. Genung, I. Ware, M. Van Nuland, H. Long, J.A. Schweitzer. Indirect genetic effects: An evolutionary mechanism linking feedbacks, genotypic diversity, and coadaptation along environmental gradients. Functional Ecology (Special Feature – in press).

64. Genung, M.A., J.K. Bailey, J.A. Schweitzer. (2013) Belowground interactions shift the relative importance of direct and indirect genetic effects. Ecology and Evolution (DOI: 10.1002/ece3.582)

63. Pregitzer, CC, JK Bailey, JA Schweitzer. (2013) Plant genotype and environment interact to influence soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics: implications for the geographic mosaic theory of co-evolution. Ecology and Evolution (DOI: 10.1002/ece3.618).

62. Senior, J., J. O’Reilly-Wapstra, S. Chapman, D. Steane, A. Langley, J.A. Schweitzer, J.K. Bailey.  (2013) Phylogeny drives forest response to global change. Plosone (http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0060088).

61. Felker-Quinn, E., J.A. Schweitzer, J.K. Bailey. (2013) Meta-analysis reveals evolution in invasive species but little support for Evolution of Increased Competitive Ability (EICA). Ecology and Evolution (doi/10.1002/ece3.488/abstract)

60. Genung, M.A., J.K. Bailey, J.A. Schweitzer.  (2012) The afterlife of interspecific indirect genetic effects: Ecosystem processes as the gene-less products of genetically-based interactions.  PLoS ONE 8:e53718.

59. Lojewski, N.R., D.G. Fischer, S.C. Hart, J.K. Bailey, J.A. Schweitzer, and T.G. Whitham. (2012) Molecular marker variation and belowground carbon fluxes. New Phytologist (195:631-639)

58. Kuebbing, S., M. Rodriguez-Cabal, D. Fowler, L. Breza, J.K. Bailey, J.A. Schweitzer. (2012) Fluctuating resources and plant diversity explain the invasion of an exotic grass. Journal of Plant Ecology (doi: 10.1093/jpe/rts018)

57. Meneses, N, Bailey, J.K., Allan, G.J., Bangert, R.K., Bowker, M.A., Rehill, B.J., Wimp, G.W., Lindroth, R.J., Whitham, T.G. 2012. Arthropod community similarity in clonal stands of aspen: A test of the genetic similarity rule.  Ecoscience, (19:48-58).

56. Bailey, J.K., Bangert, R.K., Genung, M.A., J.A. Schweitzer, and G.M. Wimp. (2012) Community Ecology. Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability: Ecosystem Management and Sustainability (1:78-81).

55. Allen, G.J. S.M. Shuster, S. Woolbright, F. Walker, N. Meneses, A. Keith, J. Bailey, T.G. Whitham.(2013) Interspecific indirect genetic effects (IIGEs): Linking genetics and genomics to community ecology and ecosystem processes.  In: Ohgushi T, Schmitz O, Holt R (eds) Ecology and Evolution of Trait-mediated Indirect Interactions: Linking Evolution, Community, and Ecosystem.  British Ecological Society.  Ecological Reviews (in press).

54. Schweitzer J.A., J.K. Bailey, D.G. Fischer, C.J. LeRoy, T.G. Whitham, S.C. Hart. (2013) Functional and heritable consequences of plant genotype on community composition and ecosystem processes.  In: Ohgushi T, Schmitz O, Holt R (eds) Ecology and Evolution of Trait-mediated Indirect Interactions: Linking Evolution, Community, and Ecosystem.  British Ecological Society.  Ecological Reviews (in press).

53. Schweitzer, JA, MD Madritch, E Felker-Quinn, JK Bailey.  2012. From genes to ecosystems: Plant genetics link above- and belowground processes. In: Handbook of Soil Ecology (Wall et al., eds) (pages 82-97)

52. Smith, D.S., J.A. Schweitzer, J.K. Bailey, P. Turk, S.C. Hart, S.M. Shuster, T.G. Whitham.  2012. Fitness consequences of intra-specific plant-soil feedback. Plant and Soil 352:243-251.

51. Ferrier, S.M., R.K. Bangert, E. Hersch-Green, J.K. Bailey, G.J. Allen, T.G. Whitham. 2012. Unique arthropod communities on different host-plant genotypes results in greater arthropod diversity.  Arthropod-Plant Interactions. DOI. 10.1007/s11829-011-9177-9.

50. Genung, MA, JK Bailey, JA Schweitzer. (2011) Welcome to the Neighborhood: Interspecific genotype by genotype interactions in Solidago influence above- and belowground biomass and associated communities.  Ecology Letters DOI: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2011.01710.x

49. *Lessard, J.P., W.N. Reynolds, W.A. Bunn, M. A. Genung, M.A. Cregger, E. Felker-Quinn, M. N. Barrios-Garcia, M.L. Stevenson, R.M. Lawton, C.B. Brown, M.Patrick, J.H. Rock, M.A. Jenkins, J.K. Bailey and J.A. Schweitzer. (2012) Deer herbivory equally impacts above- and belowground communities.  Basic and Applied Ecology 13:59-66

48. Bailey J.K., M.A. Genung, J. O’Reilly-Wapstra, B. Potts, J. Rowntree, J.A. Schweitzer, T.G. Whitham.  2012. New frontiers in community and ecosystem genetics for theory, conservation, and management. New Phytologist 193:24-26

47. *Genung M.A., G.M. Crutsinger, J.K. Bailey, J.A. Schweitzer, N.J. Sanders. (2012) Goldenrod Genotypic Diversity Determines the Relative Importance of plant genotype and spatial patterns to aphid abundance. Oecologia. 168:167-174.

46. Leroy, C.J., D.G. Fischer, K. Halstead, M. Pryor, J.K. Bailey, and J.A. Schweitzer. (2011) Fungal endophyte decelerates in-stream litter decomposition. Freshwater Biology 56: 1426–1433.

45. *Felker-Quinn E., J.K. Bailey, J.A. Schweitzer. (2011) Geographic mosaics of plant-soil feedbacks in a highly invasive plant: implications for invasion success. Ecology 92:1208-14.

44. Bailey, J.K., Schweitzer, J.A., Úbeda, F., Zinkgraf, M., Fitzpatrick, B.M., O’Reilly-Wapstra, J., Rehill, B.J., LeRoy, C.J., Potts, B.M., Whitham, T.G., Genung, M.A., Fischer, D.G., Pregitzer, C.C., & Keith, A. (2012) From Genes to Ecosystems: Emerging Concepts Bridging Ecological and Evolutionary Dynamics. Ecological Reviews. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

43. Smith, D.S., J.K. Bailey, P. Turk, S.M. Shuster, & T.G. Whitham. A geographic mosaic of trophic interactions and selection: Trees, aphids and birds.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology.  (doi: 10.1111/j.1420-9101.2010.02178.x).

42. Genung, M.A., Schweitzer, J.A., Fitzpatrick, B.M., Úbeda, F., Felker-Quinn E., Pregitzer, C.C., & Bailey, J.K. Genetic variation and community change – selection, evolution, and feedbacks.  Functional Ecology (doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2435.2010.01797.x).  Invited contribution.

41. Bailey, J.K.  (2011) From Genes to Ecosystems: A genetic basis to ecosystem services. Population Ecology (doi: 10.1007/s10144-010-0251-4). Invited commentary for community genetics special feature.

40. Keith, A.R., J.K. Bailey, T.G. Whitham.  Community Heritability, Repeatability, and Stability of a Foundation Tree Species. Ecology. (doi/pdf/10.1890/09-1236.1)

39. O’Reilly-Wapstra, J., J.K. Bailey, C. McArthur, B.M. Potts. (2010)Variation in selection on the evolution of plant-mammalian herbivore interactions.  Evolutionary Ecology Research. 12: 491-505.

38. *Pregitzer, C.C., J.K. Bailey, S.C. Hart and J.A. Schweitzer. (2010) Soils as agents of selection: Feedbacks between plants and soils alter seedling survival and performance.  Evolutionary Ecology 24:1045-1059.

37. Whitham, T.G., C.A. Gehring, L.M. Evans, C.J. LeRoy, R.K. Bangert, J.A. Schweitzer, G.J. Allan, R.C. Barbour, D.G. Fischer, B.M. Potts, and J.K. Bailey.  2010.  A community and ecosystem genetics approach to conservation biology and management.  Pages 50-73 in Molecular Approaches in Natural Resource Conservation and Management (A. DeWoody, J. Bickham, C. Michler, K. Nichols, G. Rhodes and K. Woeste, eds.).  Cambridge University Press.

36. *Genung, M.A., J.P. Lessard, C.B. Brown, W.A. Bunn, M.A. Cregger, E. Felker-Quinn, A.S. Hartley, W.N. Reynolds, M.L. Stevenson, G.M. Crutsinger, J.A. Schweitzer and J.K. Bailey. 2010. Non-Additive effects of genotypic diversity shape pollinator communities of Solidago altissima. PLoS One 5:1-7.

35. Nunez, M.A., J.K. Bailey and J.A. Schweitzer. 2010. Population, community and ecosystem effects of exotic herbivores: a growing global concern.  Biological Invasions 12:297-301.

34. Bailey, J.K. and J.A. Schweitzer.  2010. The role of plant resistance and tolerance to herbivory in mediating the effects of introduced herbivores.  Biological Invasions 12:337-351.

33. *Stritar, M.L. J.A. Schweitzer, S.C. Hart and J.K. Bailey. 2010. Introduced mammalian herbivore decelerates ecosystem processes after fire.  Biological Invasions 12:313-324.

32. Barbour, R.C., D.W. De Little, J.M. O'Reilly-Wapstra, G.J. Jordan, D.A. Steane, J.R. Humphreys, J.K. Bailey, T.G. Whitham, B.M. Potts. 2009. Genetic similarity and hierarchical structure within a foundation tree species drives dependent community variation. Ecology (in press).

31. *Lojewski, N.J. D.G. Fischer, J.A. Schweitzer, J.K. Bailey, T.G. Whitham and S.C. Hart.  2009. Plant genetic variation across scales influences net primary productivity in Populus.  Tree Physiology 29:1133-1142.

30. Bailey, J.K., A.P. Hendry, M.T. Kinnison, D.M. Post, E.P. Palkovacs, F. Pelletier, L.J. Harmon and J. A. Schweitzer.  2009.  From genes to ecosystems:an emerging synthesis of eco-evolutionary dynamics.  New Phytologist 184:746-749.

29. Bailey, J.K., J.A. Schweitzer, J. Koricheva, M.D. Madritch, C.J. LeRoy, B.J. Rehill, R.K. Bangert, D.G. Fisher, G. Allen, and Thomas G. Whitham.  2009. Community and ecosystem consequences of gene flow and genotypic diversity across systems and environments: A meta-analysis.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 364:1607-1616.

28. Schweitzer, J.A., M. D. Madritch, J. K. Bailey, C.J. LeRoy, D.G. Fischer, B.J. Rehill, R.L. Lindroth, T.G. Whitham. 2008.  Review - Ecological impacts of foliar condensed tannins: a genes-to-ecosystem approach. Ecosystems 11:1005-1020.

27. Schweitzer, J.A., J.K. Bailey, D.G. Fischer, C.J. LeRoy, E.V. Lonsdorf, T.G. Whitham, and S.C. Hart. 2008.  Soil microorganism-plant interactions: Heritable relationships between plant genotype and associated microorgansims. Ecology 89:773-781.

26. Whitham, T.G. S.P. DiFazio, J.A. Schweitzer, S.M. Shuster, G.J. Allen, J.K. Bailey, S.A. Woolbright.  2008. Extending genomics to natural communities and ecosystems. Science 320: 492-495.

25. Bangert, R.K., E.V. Lonsdorf, G.M. Wimp, S.M. Shuster, D.G. Fisher, J.A. Schweitzer, G.A. Allan, J.K. Bailey and T.G. Whitham.  2008.  Genetic structure of a foundation species: scaling community phenotypes from the individual to the region.  Heredity 100:121-131

24. Irschick, D., J.K. Bailey, J.A. Schweitzer, J.F. Husak, and J. Meyers. 2007.  New directions for studying selection in nature: studies of performance and communities.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 80:567-577.

23. Schweitzer, J.A., J.K. Bailey, R.K. Bangert, S.C. Hart and T.G. Whitham.  2007.  The role of plant genetic variation in determining above- and belowground microbial communities. In M.J. Bailey, A.K. Lilley, T.M. Timms-Wilson & P.T.N. Spencer-Phillips.  Microbial ecology of aerial plant surfaces. CABI Publishing, Oxford University Press.

22. Bailey, J.K., D.J. Irschick, J.A. Schweitzer, B.J. Rehill, R.L. Lindroth, and T.G. Whitham. 2007. Selective herbivory by elk results in rapid shifts in the chemical composition of aspen forests. Biological Invasions 9:715-722.

21. Gitlin, A.R., Sthultz, C.M., Bowker, M. A. et al. 2006. Mortality gradients within and among dominant plant populations as barometers of ecosystem change during extreme drought. Conservation Biology 20: 1477-1486.

20. Shuster, S.M., E.V. Lonsdorf, G.M. Wimp, J.K. Bailey, and, T.G. Whitham. 2006. Community heritability measures the evolutionary consequences of indirect genetic effects on community structure. Evolution 60:991-1003.

19. Bailey, J. K., Wooley, S. C., Lindroth, R. L. & Whitham, T. G. 2006. Importance of species interactions to community heritability: A genetic basis to trophic-level interactions. Ecology Letters 9:78-85.

18. Bailey, J.K. and T.G. Whitham. 2006. Indirect trait-mediated interactions between cottonwoods and beavers positively affect sawfly abundance. Ecological Entomology 31:294-297.

17. Whitham, T.G., J.K. Bailey, J.A. Schweitzer, S.M. Shuster, R.K. Bangert, C.J. LeRoy, E. Lonsdorf, G.J. Allan, S.P. DiFazio, B.M. Potts, D.G. Fischer, C.A. Gehring, R.L. Lindroth, J. Marks, S.C. Hart, G.M. Wimp and S.C. Wooley.  2006. A framework for community and ecosystem genetics:  From genes to ecosystems.  Nature Reviews Genetics 7: 510-523.

16. Bangert, R.K. R. J. Turek, B. Rehill, G.M. Wimp, J.A. Schweitzer, G.J. Allan, J.K. Bailey , G.D. Martinsen, P. Keim, R.L. Lindroth, and T.G. Whitham  2006.  A genetic similarity rule determines arthropod community structure.  Molecular Ecology 15:1379-1391.

15. Rehill, B.J., T.G. Whitham, G.D. Martinsen, J.A. Schweitzer, J.K. Bailey and R.L. Lindroth.  2006.  Developmental trajectories in cottonwood phytochemistry.  J. Chem. Ecol. 32: 2269-2285.

14. Bailey, J.K. and T.G. Whitham.  2006.  Biodiversity is related to indirect interactions among species of large effect.  In Indirect Interaction Webs: Nontrophic Linkages Through Induced Plant Traits (T. Ohgushi, T. Craig, and P.W. Price, eds.).  Cambridge University Press, UK (pdf).

13. Bangert, R.K., R.J. Turek, G.D. Martinsen, G.M. Wimp, J.K. Bailey, and T.G. Whitham.  2005.  Benefits of conservation of plant genetic diversity on arthropod diversity.  Conservation Biology 19:379-390.

12. Schweitzer, J.A., J.K. Bailey, S.C. Hart, G.M. Wimp, S.C. Chapman and T.G. Whitham.  2005.  The interaction of plant genotype and herbivory decelerate leaf litter decomposition and alters nutrient dynamics.  Oikos 110:133-145.

11. Schweitzer, J.A., J.K. Bailey, S.C. Hart and T.G. Whitham.  2005.  Non-additive effects of mixing cottonwood genotypes on litter decomposition and nutrient dynamics.  Ecology 86:2834-2840.

10. Bailey, J.K., R. Deckert, J.A. Schweitzer, B.J. Rehill, R.L. Lindroth, C. Gehring, and T.G. Whitham. 2005.  Host-plant genetics affect hidden ecological players: Links among Populus, condensed tannins and fungal endophyte infection.  Canadian Journal of Botany 83:356-362.

9. Whitham, T.G., E. Lonsdorf, J.A. Schweitzer, J.K. Bailey, D.G. Fischer, S.M. Shuster, R.L. Lindroth, S.C. Hart, G.J. Allan, C.A. Gehring, P. Keim, B.M. Potts, J. Marks, B.J. Rehill, S.P. DiFazio, C.J. LeRoy, G.M. Wimp, and S. Woolbright. 2005.   “All effects of a gene on the world”: extended phenotypes, feedbacks and multi-level selection.  Ecoscience 12:5-7.

8. Bailey, J.K., R.K. Bangert, J.A. Schweitzer, R.T. Trotter, S.M. Shuster and T.G. Whitham.  2004. Broadsense heritability of fractal achitecture in trees.  Evolution 58:2100-2102.

7. Schweitzer, J.A., J.K. Bailey, B.J. Rehill, S.C. Hart, R.L. Lindroth, P. Keim and T.G. Whitham. 2004.  Genetically based trait in dominant tree affects ecosystem processes.  Ecology Letters 7:127-134.

6. Bailey, J.K., J.A. Schweitzer, B.J. Rehill, R.L. Lindroth, P. Keim, T.G. Whitham.  2004. Beavers as molecular geneticists: a genetic basis to the foraging of an ecosystem engineer.  Ecology 85:603-608.

5. Whitham, T.G., G.D. Martinsen, W. Young, C.A. Gehring, J.A. Schweitzer, S.M. Shuster, G.M. Wimp, J.K. Bailey, R.D. Fischer, R. Lindroth and P. Keim.  2003.  Community and ecosystem genetics: A consequence of the extended phenotype.  Ecology 84:559-573.

4. Bailey, J.K. and T.G. Whitham. 2003. Interactions among fire, elk, aspen, galling sawflies and insectivorous birds. Oikos 101: 127-134.

3. Bailey, J.K., and T.G. Whitham. 2002. Interactions among fire, aspen and elk affect insect biodiversity: Reversal of a community response. Ecology 83:1701-1712.

2. Bailey, J.K., J.A. Schweitzer, G.D. Martinsen, M.A. Howe, T.G. Whitham.  2002.  Beaver preference and plant species shifts: Implications for exotic invasions.  Pages 180-188 in Proceedings from the 11th International Conf. of Exotic Invasions of Aquatic Systems. 

1. Bailey,J.K., J.A. Schweitzer and T.G. Whitham.  2001.  Salt cedar negatively affects biodiversity of aquatic macro-invertebrates.  Wetlands 21:442-447.