All Stories

  1. Maternal effects shape the seed mycobiome in Quercus petraea
  2. Next-Generation Global Biomonitoring: Large-scale, Automated Reconstruction of Ecological Networks
  3. Plant Communication With Associated Microbiota in the Spermosphere, Rhizosphere and Phyllosphere
  4. Combining Selective Pressures to Enhance the Durability of Disease Resistance Genes
  5. Foliar fungal communities strongly differ between habitat patches in a landscape mosaic
  6. The Phyllosphere: Microbial Jungle at the Plant–Climate Interface
  7. Deciphering the Pathobiome: Intra- and Interkingdom Interactions Involving the Pathogen Erysiphe alphitoides
  8. Phyllosphere Fungal Communities Differentiate More Thoroughly than Bacterial Communities Along an Elevation Gradient
  9. Forest tree genomics: 10 achievements from the past 10 years and future prospects
  10. An evolutionary ecology perspective to address forest pathology challenges of today and tomorrow
  11. Learning Ecological Networks from Next-Generation Sequencing Data
  12. Clustering methods differ in their ability to detect patterns in ecological networks
  13. 10 Years Later
  14. Leaf and Root-Associated Fungal Assemblages Do Not Follow Similar Elevational Diversity Patterns
  15. Effects of plant phylogenetic diversity on herbivory depend on herbivore specialization
  16. Putting the Biological Species Concept to the Test: Using Mating Networks to Delimit Species
  17. Detection of structurally homogeneous subsets in graphs
  18. Heterogeneity of selection and the evolution of resistance
  19. Spatial variability of phyllosphere fungal assemblages: genetic distance predominates over geographic distance in a European beech stand (Fagus sylvatica)
  20. The composition of phyllosphere fungal assemblages of European beech (Fagus sylvatica) varies significantly along an elevation gradient
  21. Predicting invasion success of forest pathogenic fungi from species traits
  22. Impact of Interspecific Hybridization between Crops and Weedy Relatives on the Evolution of Flowering Time in Weedy Phenotypes
  23. Uncovering latent structure in valued graphs: A variational approach
  24. The skill and style to model the evolution of resistance to pesticides and drugs
  25. Ecological integration of alien species into a tree-parasitic fungus network
  26. Model for Heterogeneous Random Networks Using Continuous Latent Variables and an Application to a Tree-Fungus Network
  27. Distribution of parasitic fungal species richness: influence of climate versus host species diversity
  28. Correction: Architecture of an Antagonistic Tree/Fungus Network: The Asymmetric Influence of Past Evolutionary History
  29. Architecture of an Antagonistic Tree/Fungus Network: The Asymmetric Influence of Past Evolutionary History
  30. Fees or refuges: which is better for the sustainable management of insect resistance to transgenic Bt corn?
  31. High dose refuge strategies and genetically modified crops - reply to Tabashnik et al.
  32. Impact of ecological factors on the initial invasion of Bt transgenes into wild populations of birdseed rape (Brassica rapa)
  33. Modelling the spatial configuration of refuges for a sustainable control of pests: a case study of Bt cotton