Publications

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Yule, KM, Gilbert, EE, Husain, AP, Johnston, MA, Rocha Prado, L, Steger, L, Franz, NM. (2020,  June 5). Designing Biorepositories to Monitor Ecological and Evolutionary Responses to Change(Version 1). Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3880411

Yule, KM, Johnson, CA , Bronstein, JL , and Ferrière, R. (2020) Interactions among interactions: The dynamical consequences of antagonism between mutualists,Journal of Theoretical Biology, 501: 110334

Alund, M,_Emery, N, Jarrett, BJM, MacLeod, KJ, McCreery, HF, Mamoozadeh, N, Phillips, JG, Schossau, J, Thompson, AW, Warwick, AR, Yule, KM, Zylstra, ER, and Gering, E. (2020). Academic ecosystems must evolve to support a sustainable postdoc workforce. Nature Ecology & Evolution. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-020-1178-6

Yule, KM. (2018) Mistletoe-Vector-Host Interactions: From Within-Host Processes to Population Genetic Structure. University of Arizona PhD Thesis

Yule, KM, and Bronstein, JL. (2018). Infrapopulation size and mate availability influence reproductive success of a parasitic plant. Journal of Ecology. 106(5):1972–1982.

Yule, KM, and Bronstein, JL. (2018). Reproductive ecology of a parasitic plant differs by host species: vector interactions and the maintenance of host races. Oecologia. 186(2): 471-482.

Yule, KM, Koop, JAH, Alexandre, NM, Johnston, LR, and Whiteman, NK . (2016). Population structure of a vector-borne plant parasite. Molecular Ecology. 25(14): 3332–3343.

Yule, KM, Miller, TEX, and Rudgers, JA. (2013). Costs, benefits, and loss of vertically transmitted symbionts affect host population dynamics. Oikos 122(10): 1393-1400.

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