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Rebecca E. Irwin
Rebecca E. Irwin
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Direct and ecological costs of resistance to herbivory
SY Strauss, JA Rudgers, JA Lau, RE Irwin
Trends in ecology & evolution 17 (6), 278-285, 2002
9482002
Ecological and evolutionary consequences of multispecies plant-animal interactions
SY Strauss, RE Irwin
Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 35, 435-466, 2004
5652004
Florivory: the intersection of pollination and herbivory
AC McCall, RE Irwin
Ecology letters 9 (12), 1351-1365, 2006
4002006
Nectar robbing: ecological and evolutionary perspectives
RE Irwin, JL Bronstein, JS Manson, L Richardson
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 41, 271-292, 2010
3282010
Ecology and evolution of plant–pollinator interactions
RJ Mitchell, RE Irwin, RJ Flanagan, JD Karron
Annals of botany 103 (9), 1355-1363, 2009
2352009
The dual role of floral traits: pollinator attraction and plant defense
RE Irwin, LS Adler, AK Brody
Ecology 85 (6), 1503-1511, 2004
2282004
Linking economic activities to the distribution of exotic plants
BW Taylor, RE Irwin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (51), 17725-17730, 2004
2202004
The impact of floral larceny on individuals, populations, and communities
RE Irwin, AK Brody, NM Waser
Oecologia 129 (2), 161-168, 2001
2202001
Temporal and spatial variation in pollination of a montane herb: a seven‐year study
MV Price, NM Waser, RE Irwin, DR Campbell, AK Brody
Ecology 86 (8), 2106-2116, 2005
2192005
Direct and indirect effects of pollinators and seed predators to selection on plant and floral traits
D Cariveau, RE Irwin, AK Brody, LS Garcia‐Mayeya, A Von Der Ohe
Oikos 104 (1), 15-26, 2004
2172004
The role of herbivores in the maintenance of a flower color polymorphism in wild radish
RE Irwin, SY Strauss, S Storz, A Emerson, G Guibert
Ecology 84 (7), 1733-1743, 2003
2152003
Optimal defence theory and flower petal colour predict variation in the secondary chemistry of wild radish
SY Strauss, RE Irwin, VM Lambrix
Journal of Ecology, 132-141, 2004
2082004
Secondary metabolites in floral nectar reduce parasite infections in bumblebees
LL Richardson, LS Adler, AS Leonard, J Andicoechea, KH Regan, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1803), 20142471, 2015
2012015
Ecological costs and benefits of defenses in nectar
LS Adler, RE Irwin
Ecology 86 (11), 2968-2978, 2005
1922005
Arranging the bouquet of disease: floral traits and the transmission of plant and animal pathogens
SH McArt, H Koch, RE Irwin, LS Adler
Ecology letters 17 (5), 624-636, 2014
1782014
Comparison of pollen transfer dynamics by multiple floral visitors: experiments with pollen and fluorescent dye
LS Adler, RE Irwin
Annals of Botany 97 (1), 141-150, 2006
1702006
NECTAR‐ROBBING BUMBLE BEES REDUCE THE FITNESS OF IPOMOPSIS AGGREGATA (POLEMONIACEAE)
RE Irwin, AK Brody
Ecology 80 (5), 1703-1712, 1999
1691999
Nectar robbing in Ipomopsis aggregata: effects on pollinator behavior and plant fitness
RE Irwin, AK Brody
Oecologia 116 (4), 519-527, 1998
1671998
Linking pollinator visitation rate and pollen receipt
E Cayenne Engel, RE Irwin
American Journal of Botany 90 (11), 1612-1618, 2003
1602003
Interannual bumble bee abundance is driven by indirect climate effects on floral resource phenology
JE Ogilvie, SR Griffin, ZJ Gezon, BD Inouye, N Underwood, DW Inouye, ...
Ecology letters 20 (12), 1507-1515, 2017
1212017
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