James (JC) Cahill
James (JC) Cahill
Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta
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Ecology: concepts and applications
MC Molles
Phylogenetic patterns are not proxies of community assembly mechanisms (they are far better)
P Gerhold, JF Cahill, M Winter, IV Bartish, A Prinzing
Functional Ecology 29 (5), 600-614, 2015
Does phylogenetic relatedness influence the strength of competition among vascular plants?
JF Cahill Jr, SW Kembel, EG Lamb, PA Keddy
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 10 (1), 41-50, 2008
Fertilization effects on interactions between above‐and belowground competition in an old field
JF Cahill Jr
Ecology 80 (2), 466-480, 1999
Worldwide evidence of a unimodal relationship between productivity and plant species richness
LH Fraser, J Pither, A Jentsch, M Sternberg, M Zobel, D Askarizadeh, ...
Science 349 (6245), 302-305, 2015
Plants integrate information about nutrients and neighbors
JF Cahill, GG McNickle, JJ Haag, EG Lamb, SM Nyanumba, CCS Clair
Science 328 (5986), 1657-1657, 2010
Coordinated distributed experiments: an emerging tool for testing global hypotheses in ecology and environmental science
LH Fraser, HAL Henry, CN Carlyle, SR White, C Beierkuhnlein, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (3), 147-155, 2013
Plant phenotypic plasticity belowground: a phylogenetic perspective on root foraging trade-offs
SW Kembel, JF Cahill Jr
The American Naturalist 166 (2), 216-230, 2005
Investigating the relationship between neighbor root biomass and belowground competition: field evidence for symmetric competition belowground
JF Cahill, Jr, BB Casper
Oikos 90 (2), 311-320, 2000
The behavioral ecology of nutrient foraging by plants
JF Cahill Jr, GG McNickle
Annual Review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 42, 289-311, 2011
Lack of relationship between below‐ground competition and allocation to roots in 10 grassland species
JF Cahill Jr
Journal of ecology 91 (4), 532-540, 2003
Interactions between root and shoot competition vary among species
JF Cahill, Jr
Oikos 99 (1), 101-112, 2002
Differential genetic influences on competitive effect and response in Arabidopsis thaliana
J F. CAHILL JR, SW Kembel, DJ Gustafson
Journal of Ecology 93 (5), 958-967, 2005
When competition does not matter: grassland diversity and community composition
EG Lamb, JF Cahill Jr
The American Naturalist 171 (6), 777-787, 2008
Shoot, but not root, competition reduces community diversity in experimental mesocosms
EG Lamb, SW Kembel, JF Cahill Jr
Journal of Ecology 97 (1), 155-163, 2009
Improving the scale and precision of hypotheses to explain root foraging ability
SW Kembel, H De Kroon, JF Cahill Jr, L Mommer
Annals of botany 101 (9), 1295-1301, 2008
Disruption of a belowground mutualism alters interactions between plants and their floral visitors
JF Cahill Jr, E Elle, GR Smith, BH Shore
Ecology 89 (7), 1791-1801, 2008
Plant genetic diversity yields increased plant productivity and herbivore performance
AM Kotowska, JF Cahill Jr, BA Keddie
Journal of Ecology 98 (1), 237-245, 2010
Are competitive effect and response two sides of the same coin, or fundamentally different?
P Wang, T Stieglitz, DW Zhou, JF Cahill Jr
Functional Ecology 24 (1), 196-207, 2010
Focusing the metaphor: plant root foraging behaviour
GG McNickle, CCS Clair, JF Cahill Jr
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 24 (8), 419-426, 2009
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