Publications

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Links to copies of articles are available on my Research Gate profile

26. Revillini D, David AS, Menges ES, Main K, Afkhami ME, Searcy CA. Microbiome-mediated response to pulse fire disturbance outweighs the effects of fire legacy on plant performance. New Phytologist. In press.

25. David AS, Carmona Cortes A, Wheeler GS, Lake EC. 2021. Localized induced defenses limit gall formation by eriophyid mite against invasive Lygodium microphyllum. Environmental Entomology. DOI: 10.1093/ee/nvab049.

24. Wheeler GS, David AS, Lake EC. 2021. Volatile chemistry, not phylogeny, predicts host range of a biological control agent of Old-World climbing fern. Biological Control. DOI:10.1016/j.biocontrol.2021.104636.

23. David AS,  Carmona Cortes A, Lake EC. 2021. Bottom-up factors determine local, but not regional, distribution of a biocontrol agent against invasive Lygodium microphyllum. Biological Control. DOI:10.1016/j.biocontrol.2021.104632.

22. David AS, Glueckert JS, Enloe SF, Carmona Cortes A, Abdel-Kader AA, Lake EC. 2021. Eriophyid mite Floracarus perrepae readily colonizes recovering invasive vine Lygodium microphyllum following herbicide treatment. BioControl. DOI:10.1007/s10526-021-10087-6.

21. Kazanski C, Cowles, Dymond S, Clark A, David AS, Jungers J, Kendig A, Riggs C, Trost J, Wei X. 2021. Water availability modifies effects of biodiversity and nitrogen addition on plant productivity in long-term experiments in a mesic grassland. Ecological Applications. DOI:10.1002/eap.2363.

20. Hernandez D, David AS, Menges ES, Searcy CA, Afkhami ME. 2021. Environmental stress destabilizes microbial networks. The ISME Journal. DOI:10.1038/s41396-020-00882-x.

19. Lake EC, David AS, Spencer TM, Wilhelm Jr VL, Barnett T, Abdel-Kader AA, Carmona Cortes A, Acuna A, Mattison ED, Minteer CR. 2021. First drone releases of the biological control agent Neomusotima conspurcatalis on Old World climbing fern. Biocontrol Science and Technology 31(1): 97-106. DOI:10.1080/09583157.2020.1828280.

18. David AS, Sebesta N, Abdel-Kader AA, Lake EC. Colonization by biological control agents on post-fire regrowth of invasive Lygodium microphyllum (Lygodiaceae). Environmental Entomology 49(4): 796-802. DOI: 10.1093/ee/nvaa076.

17. David AS, Thapa-Magar KB, Menges ES, Searcy CA, Afkhami ME. 2020. Do plant-microbe interactions support the Stress Gradient Hypothesis? Ecology. DOI:10.1002/ecy.3081.

16. David AS, Lake EC. 2020. Eriophyid mite Floracarus perrepae reduces climbing ability of the invasive vine Lygodium microphyllum. Biological Control. DOI:10.1016/j.biocontrol.2020.104271.

15. Mothes CC, Clements SL, Hewavithana D, Howell HJ, David AS, Leventhal ND, Searcy CA. 2019. California’s imperiled herpetofauna illustrate the importance of standardized methods for classifying extinction risk. Conservation Biology. DOI:10.1111/cobi.13421.

14. David AS, Bell-Dereske LP, Emery SM, McCormick B, Seabloom EW, Rudgers JA. Testing for loss of Epichloë and non-epichloid symbionts under altered rainfall regimes. American Journal of Botany 106(8):1-9. DOI:10.1002/ajb2.1340. pdf

13. David AS, Jones IM, Lake EC. 2019. Wind speed predicts population dynamics of the eriophyid mite Floracarus perrepae on invasive Old World climbing fern (Lygodium microphyllum) in a shade house colony. Experimental and Applied Acarology 78(2):263-272. DOI:10.1007/s10493-019-00391-3. pdf

12. David AS, Quintana-Ascencio PF, Menges ES, Thapa-Magar KB, Afkhami ME, Searcy CA. 2019. Soil microbes underlie population persistence of an endangered plant species. The American Naturalist. DOI:10.1086/704684. pdf

11. Quintana-Ascencio PF, Koontz SM, Smith SA, Sclater VL, David AS, Menges ES. 2018. Predicting landscape-level distribution and abundance: Integrating demography, fire, elevation, and landscape habitat configuration. Journal of Ecology. DOI:10.1111/1365-2745.12985. pdf

10. David AS, Thapa-Magar KB, Afkhami ME. 2018. Microbial Mitigation-Exacerbation Continuum: A novel framework for understanding microbiome effects on hosts in the face of stress. Ecology. 99:517-23. DOI: 10.1002/ecy.2153. pdf

9. David AS, Seabloom EW, May G. 2017. Disentangling environmental and host sources of fungal endophyte communities in an experimental beachgrass study. Molecular Ecology 26:6157-6169. DOI:10.1111/mec.14354pdf

8. David AS, May G, Schmidt D*, Seabloom EW. 2016. Beachgrass invasion in coastal dunes is mediated by soil microbes and lack of disturbance-dependence. Ecosphere 7. doi:10.1002/ecs2.1527. html

7. David AS, Quiram GL, Sirota J*, Seabloom EW. 2016. Quantifying the associations between fungal endophytes and biocontrol-induced herbivory of invasive purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria L.). Mycologia 108:625-627. DOI: 10.3852/15-207. pdf

6. David AS, Haridas S, LaButti K, Lim J, Lipzen A, Wang M, Barry K, Grigoriev IV, Spatafora JW, May G. 2016. Draft genome sequence of Microdochium bolleyi, a dark-septate fungal endophyte of beachgrass. Genome Announcements 4(2):e00270-16. doi:10.1128/genomeA.00270-16. html

5. David AS, Seabloom EW, May G. 2016. Plant host species and geographic distance affect the structure of aboveground fungal symbiont communities, and environmental filtering affects belowground communities in a coastal dune ecosystem. Microbial Ecology 71:912-926. DOI: 10.1007/s00248-015-0712-6. html

4. David AS, Zarnetske PL, Hacker SD, Ruggiero P, Biel RG, Seabloom EW. 2015. Invasive congeners differ in successional impacts across space and time. PLoS ONE. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0117283. pdf

3. David AS, Kaser JM, Morey AC, Roth AM, Andow DA. 2013. Release of genetically engineered insects: A framework to identify potential adverse ecological effects. Ecology and Evolution 3:4000-4015. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.737. pdf

2. Asplen MK, Bruns E, David AS, Denison RF, Epstein B, Kaiser MC, Kaser JM, Lacroix C, Mohl E, Quiram G, Prescott K, Stanton-Geddes J, Vincent J, Wragg P, May G. 2012. Do trade-offs have explanatory power for the evolution of organismal interactions? Evolution 66:1297-1307. DOI: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2012.01573.x. pdf

1. David, AS, Menges ES. 2011. Microhabitat preference of non-native natal grass (Melinis repens) constrains invasive spread in Florida scrub. Biological Invasions 13:2309–2322. DOI 10.1007/s10530-011-0044-5. pdf

(*indicates undergraduate researcher)

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