Greg Crutsinger

University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
"Greg Crutsinger"
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Busby PE, Crutsinger G, Barbour M, et al. (2019) Contingency rules for pathogen competition and antagonism in a genetically based, plant defense hierarchy. Ecology and Evolution. 9: 6860-6868
Rodriguez-Cabal MA, Barrios-Garcia MN, Greyson-Gaito CJ, et al. (2019) Non-native ungulates indirectly impact foliar arthropods but not soil function Biological Invasions. 21: 3077-3084
Barbour MA, Erlandson S, Peay K, et al. (2018) Trait plasticity is more important than genetic variation in determining species richness of associated communities Journal of Ecology. 107: 350-360
Slinn HL, Barbour MA, Crawford KM, et al. (2016) Genetic variation in resistance to leaf fungus indirectly affects spider density. Ecology
Metcalfe DB, Crutsinger GM, Kumordzi BB, et al. (2016) Nutrient fluxes from insect herbivory increase during ecosystem retrogression in boreal forest. Ecology. 97: 124-32
Barbour MA, Fortuna MA, Bascompte J, et al. (2016) Genetic specificity of a plant-insect food web: Implications for linking genetic variation to network complexity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 113: 2128-33
Crutsinger GM. (2016) A community genetics perspective: opportunities for the coming decade. The New Phytologist. 210: 65-70
Greyson-Gaito CJ, Barbour MA, Rodriguez-Cabal MA, et al. (2016) Freedom to move: Arctic caterpillar (Lepidoptera) growth rate increases with access to new willows (Salicaceae) The Canadian Entomologist. 148: 673-682
Rodriguez-Cabal MA, Barrios-Garcia MN, Rudman SM, et al. (2016) It is about time: genetic variation in the timing of leaf-litter inputs influences aquatic ecosystems Freshwater Biology. 62: 356-365
Zerebecki RA, Crutsinger GM, Hughes AR. (2016) Spartina alternifloragenotypic identity affects plant and consumer responses in an experimental marsh community Journal of Ecology. 105: 661-673
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