Georgiana May

Affiliations: 
Ecology, Evolution and Behavior University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
Area:
Ecology Biology, Evolution and Development Biology, Plant Pathology Agriculture
Website:
https://cbs.umn.edu/contacts/georgiana-may
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https://books.google.com/books?id=JhBJAQAAMAAJ

Parents

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John W. Taylor grad student 1987 UC Berkeley
 (Mating and Individualism in the Basidiomycete Coprinus Cinereus)

Children

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Steven B. Cannon grad student 2004 UMN
Andrew B. Munkacsi grad student 2005 UMN
Keunsub Lee grad student 2010 UMN
Emily L Bruns grad student 2012 UMN (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
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Michalska-Smith M, Song Z, Spawn-Lee SA, et al. (2021) Network structure of resource use and niche overlap within the endophytic microbiome. The Isme Journal
DeMers M, May G. (2020) Habitat-scale heterogeneity maintains fungal endophyte diversity in two native prairie legumes. Mycologia. 1-13
Henning JA, Kinkel L, May G, et al. (2020) Plant diversity and litter accumulation mediate the loss of foliar endophyte fungal richness following nutrient addition. Ecology. e03210
Nelson P, May G. (2020) Defensive Symbiosis and the Evolution of Virulence. The American Naturalist. 196: 333-343
May G, Zolan M. (2020) Tribute to Pat Pukkila (1948–2019) Fungal Genetics and Biology. 142: 103393
Lumibao CY, Borer ET, Condon B, et al. (2019) Site-specific responses of foliar fungal microbiomes to nutrient addition and herbivory at different spatial scales. Ecology and Evolution. 9: 12231-12244
U'Ren JM, Lutzoni F, Miadlikowska J, et al. (2019) Host availability drives distributions of fungal endophytes in the imperilled boreal realm. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Seabloom EW, Condon B, Kinkel L, et al. (2019) Effects of nutrient supply, herbivory, and host community on fungal endophyte diversity. Ecology. e02758
Nelson PG, May G. (2017) Coevolution between Mutualists and Parasites in Symbiotic Communities May Lead to the Evolution of Lower Virulence. The American Naturalist. 190: 803-817
David AS, Seabloom EW, May G. (2017) Disentangling environmental and host sources of fungal endophyte communities in an experimental beachgrass study. Molecular Ecology
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