Faeth, Stanley

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The effects of preformed scour holes on anuran biodiversity in the North Central Piedmont region 2013 846 Urbanization negatively affects many biotic communities throughout the world. In the southeast United States, cities are expanding into previously rural and forested areas, reducing quality and quantity of habitat which may lead to declines in specie...
Effects of neotyphodium endophytes on multitrophic interactions 2013 1228 Endophyte-produced alkaloids may negatively affect herbivores. They may also cascade up the food web and affect the third trophic level, predators and parasites of herbivores. In this study, I examine the effect that endophyte infection and alkaloids...
Urbanization effects on leaf mining densities and leaf damage of white oak (Quercus alba) in Guilford County, North Carolina 2015 980 The urban habitat is the fastest growing ecosystem on Earth. Some organisms may respond to urbanization negatively by becoming locally extinct, while others respond positively and increase in numbers or densities. Leaf miners are insects whose larvae...
The effects of Endophytic Epichloë species on host plant fitness of two native grasses, Poa alsodes and Achnatherum robustum 2016 842 Most plants harbor microbial symbionts, which often affect host performance and fitness. Endophytic Epichloë species are systemic fungal microbial symbionts of many cool-season pooid grasses. Benefits to the host from Epichloë infection include incre...