Anurag A. Agrawal, Ph.D.

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Evolutionary Ecology, Plant-Insect Interactions
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Richard Karban grad student UC Davis (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)


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Marjorie G. Weber grad student UC Davis
Marc T. J. Johnson grad student 2002-2007 University of Toronto
Marc J. Lajeunesse grad student 2009 Cornell
Michael Stastny grad student 2010 Cornell
Alexis C. Erwin grad student 2013 Cornell
Kailen Andrews Mooney post-doc Cornell (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Sergio Rasmann post-doc 2007-2011 Cornell
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Hoogshagen M, Hastings AP, Chavez J, et al. (2023) Mixtures of Milkweed Cardenolides Protect Monarch Butterflies against Parasites. Journal of Chemical Ecology
López-Goldar X, Agrawal AA. (2023) Tissue and toxin-specific divergent evolution in plant defense Evolución divergente específica de tejido y toxina en defensa de plantas. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 77: 2431-2441
Carlson NJ, Agrawal AA. (2023) A nutrition-defence trade-off drives diet choice in a toxic plant generalist. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 290: 20230987
Agrawal AA, Hastings AP. (2023) Tissue-specific plant toxins and adaptation in a specialist root herbivore. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2302251120
Goud EM, Agrawal AA, Sparks JP. (2023) A direct comparison of ecological theories for predicting the relationship between plant traits and growth. Ecology. e3986
Jones PL, Martin KR, Prachand SV, et al. (2023) Compound-Specific Behavioral and Enzymatic Resistance to Toxic Milkweed Cardenolides in a Generalist Bumblebee Pollinator. Journal of Chemical Ecology
Edwards CB, Ellner SP, Agrawal AA. (2022) Plant defense synergies and antagonisms affect performance of specialist herbivores of common milkweed. Ecology. e3915
Coverdale TC, Agrawal AA. (2022) Experimental insect suppression causes loss of induced, but not constitutive, resistance in Solanum carolinense. Ecology. e3786
Agrawal AA, Espinosa Del Alba L, López-Goldar X, et al. (2022) Functional evidence supports adaptive plant chemical defense along a geographical cline. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2205073119
López-Goldar X, Hastings A, Züst T, et al. (2022) Evidence for tissue-specific defence-offence interactions between milkweed and its community of specialized herbivores. Molecular Ecology
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