Edward Allen Herre

Correo: herrea@si.edu

Tel: +507 212.8000

Fax: +507 212.8148

Dirección:
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
ATT: Edward Allen Herre
9100 PANAMA CITY PL
Washington DC 20521-9100

Publicaciones:
Publicaciones de Edward Allen Herre en la Bibliografía de STRI

Publicaciones por Edward Allen Herre

Educación y Títulos

B.S. University of Chicago 1977.
Ph.D. University of Iowa 1988.

Bibliografía Selecta

¿Qué y quiénes son los “actores” implicados en las interacciones dadas y cómo se distribuyen?
Martinson, E.O., E.A. Herre, C.A. Machado, A.E. Arnold (2012) Culture-free survey reveals diverse and distinctive fungal communities associated with developing figs (Ficus spp.) in Panama. Microbial Ecology 64(4): 1073-1084. DOI 10.1007/ s00248-012-0079-x

Rojas, E.I., S.A. Rehner, G.J. Samuels, S.A. Van Bael, E.A. Herre, P. Cannon, R. Chen, J. Pang, R. Wang, Y. Zhang, Y-Q. Peng, and T. Sha (2010) Colletotrichum gloeosporioides s.l. associated with Theobroma cacao and other plants in Panama: multilocus phylogenies distinguish host-associated pathogens from asymptomatic endophytes. Mycologia 102: 1318-1338.

Herre, E.A., K.C. Jander, and C.A. Machado (2008) Evolutionary ecology of figs and their associates: ongoing progress and outstanding puzzles. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 39: 439-458.

¿Cuáles son los efectos, los costos y beneficios de las interacciones bióticas?
Martinson, E.O., K.C. Jandér, Y.Q. Peng, H.H. Chen, C.A. Machado, A.E. Arnold, E.A. Herre (2013) Relative investment in egg load and poison sac in fig wasps: implications for physiological mechanisms underlying seed and wasp production in figs. Acta Ecologica.

Jander, C. and E.A. Herre (2010) Host sanctions and pollinator cheating in the fig tree-fig wasp mutualism. Proceedings of the Royal Society 277: 1687 1481-1488.

Mejía, L.C., E.I. Rojas, Z. Maynard, A.E. Arnold, S.A. Van Bael, G.J. Samuels, N. Robbins, and E.A. Herre (2008) Endophytic fungi as biocontrol agents of Theobroma cacao pathogens. Biological Control 46: 4-14.

Herre, E.A., L.C. Mejia, D.A. Kyllo, E. Rojas, Z. Maynard, A. Butler, and S.A. Van Bael (2007) Implications of observed anti-pathogen effects of fungal endophytes in roots, leaves, and fruit of some tropical host plants. Ecology 88: 550-558.

¿Cómo los mutualismos y los parasitismos afectan a la comunidad mayor de plantas y animales?
Mangan, S.A., S.A. Schnitzer, E.A., Herre, K. Mack, M.I. Valencia, E. Sanchez, and J.D. Bever (2010) Negative plant-soil feedbacks predict relative species abundance in a tropical forest. Nature 466: 752-755.

Herre, E.A. (1996) An overview of studies on a community of Panamanian figs. Journal of Biogeographyvol. 23, 593-607.