Forest loss makes monkeys sick
Are two biological control agents always better than one?
Domestication and plant genotype determine the impact of a generalist plant pathogen
Natural habitat increases bird abundance and reduces crop pests in areas with intensive agriculture
Plant roots have chemicals that recruit good creatures to eat the bad ones
Bees benefit from flowers, harmed by mulch
An under-celebrated leader of western US botany.
Seed-eating moths had dramatic impacts on plant ecology and evolution
Historical contingency across habitat generations
The smell of predators can alert prey of potential danger