Suzanne Koptur
Suzanne Koptur
Professor of Biological Sciences, Florida International University
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Extrafloral nectary-mediated interactions between insects and plants
S Koptur
Insect-plant interaction, 81-129, 1992
Experimental evidence for defense of Inga (Mimosoideae) saplings by ants
S Koptur
Ecology 65 (6), 1787-1793, 1984
Facultative mutualism between weedy vetches bearing extrafloral nectaries and weedy ants in California
S Koptur
American Journal of Botany 66 (9), 1016-1020, 1979
Alternative defenses against herbivores in Inga (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae) over an elevational gradient
S Koptur
Ecology 66 (5), 1639-1650, 1985
Outcrossing and pollinator limitation of fruit set: breeding systems of neotropical Inga trees (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae)
S Koptur
Evolution, 1130-1143, 1984
Floral variation and distyly in Guettarda scabra (Rubiaceae)
JH Richards, S Koptur
American Journal of Botany 80 (1), 31-40, 1993
Genetic erosion, restricted mating and reduced viability in fragmented populations of the endangered grassland herb Rutidosis leptorrhynchoides
AG Young
Genetics, demography and viability of fragmented populations, 2000
Estimating aboveground biomass of broadleaved woody plants in the understory of Florida Keys pine forests
JP Sah, MS Ross, S Koptur, JR Snyder
Forest Ecology and Management 203 (1-3), 319-329, 2004
Phenological studies of shrub and treelet species in tropical cloud forests of Costa Rica
S Koptur, WA Haber, GW Frankie, HG Baker
Journal of Tropical Ecology, 323-346, 1988
The diversity, ecology and evolution of extrafloral nectaries: current perspectives and future challenges
B Marazzi, JL Bronstein, S Koptur
Annals of botany 111 (6), 1243-1250, 2013
Floral and extrafloral nectars of Costa Rican Inga trees: a comparison of their constituents and composition
S Koptur
Biotropica, 276-284, 1994
Nectar as fuel for plant protectors
S Koptur
Plant-provided food for carnivorous insects: a protective mutualism and its …, 2005
Ant protection of the nectaried fern Polypodium plebeium in central Mexico
S Koptur, V Rico‐Gray, M Palacios‐Rios
American Journal of Botany 85 (5), 736-739, 1998
Interactions among vetches bearing extrafloral nectaries, their biotic protective agents, and herbivores
S Koptur, JH Lawton
Ecology 69 (1), 278-283, 1988
Flowering phenology and floral biology of Inga (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae)
S Koptur
Systematic Botany, 354-368, 1983
Effects of florivory on the pollination of flowers: an experimental field study with a perennial plant
YJ Cardel, S Koptur
International Journal of Plant Sciences 171 (3), 283-292, 2010
Bee Populations, Forest Disturbance, and Africanization in Mexico1
CE Cairns, R Villanueva‐Gutiérrez, S Koptur, DB Bray
Biotropica: The Journal of Biology and Conservation 37 (4), 686-692, 2005
Breeding system and pollination of a narrowly endemic herb of the Lower Florida Keys: impacts of the urban‐wildland interface
H Liu, S Koptur
American Journal of Botany 90 (8), 1180-1187, 2003
Ants like flower nectar
WA Haber, GW Frankie, HG Baker, I Baker, S Koptur
Biotropica, 211-214, 1981
Facultative Ant‐Plant Interactions: Nectar Sugar Preferences of Introduced Pest Ant Species in South Florida1
S Koptur, N Truong
Biotropica 30 (2), 179-189, 1998
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