Juli Carrillo
Juli Carrillo
Associate Professor, The University of British Columbia, Faculty of Land and Food Systems
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Unicolonial ants: where do they come from, what are they and where are they going?
H Helanterä, JE Strassmann, J Carrillo, DC Queller
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 24 (6), 341-349, 2009
Resource allocation to defence and growth are driven by different responses to generalist and specialist herbivory in an invasive plant
W Huang, E Siemann, GS Wheeler, J Zou, J Carrillo, J Ding
Journal of Ecology 98 (5), 1157-1167, 2010
Experimental test of the impacts of feral hogs on forest dynamics and processes in the southeastern US
E Siemann, JA Carrillo, CA Gabler, R Zipp, WE Rogers
Forest ecology and management 258 (5), 546-553, 2009
Does phylogeny matter? Assessing the impact of phylogenetic information in ecological meta‐analysis
SA Chamberlain, SM Hovick, CJ Dibble, NL Rasmussen, BG Van Allen, ...
Ecology Letters, 2012
Plant–soil biota interactions of an invasive species in its native and introduced ranges: Implications for invasion success
Q Yang, J Carrillo, H Jin, L Shang, SM Hovick, S Nijjer, CA Gabler, B Li, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 65, 78-85, 2013
Lower resistance and higher tolerance of invasive host plants: biocontrol agents reach high densities but exert weak control
Y Wang, W Huang, E Siemann, J Zou, GS Wheeler, J Carrillo, J Ding
Ecological Applications 21 (3), 729-738, 2011
Rhizosphere‐associated Pseudomonas induce systemic resistance to herbivores at the cost of susceptibility to bacterial pathogens
CH Haney, CL Wiesmann, LR Shapiro, RA Melnyk, LR O'Sullivan, ...
Molecular Ecology 27 (8), 1833-1847, 2018
Indirect plant–parasitoid interactions mediated by changes in herbivore physiology
I Kaplan, J Carrillo, M Garvey, PJ Ode
Current opinion in insect science 14, 112-119, 2016
Herbivore-specific induction of indirect and direct defensive responses in leaves and roots
L Xiao, J Carrillo, E Siemann, J Ding
AoB Plants 11 (1), plz003, 2019
Interactive effects of herbivory and competition intensity determine invasive plant performance
W Huang, J Carrillo, J Ding, E Siemann
Oecologia, 1-10, 2012
Domestication of tomato has reduced the attraction of herbivore natural enemies to pest‐damaged plants
X Li, M Garvey, I Kaplan, B Li, J Carrillo
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 20 (3), 390-401, 2018
Invader Partitions Ecological And Evolutionary Responses To Above-And Belowground Herbivory
W Huang, J Carrillo, J Ding, E Siemann
Ecology, 2012
Species diversity and environmental determinants of aquatic and terrestrial communities invaded by Alternanthera philoxeroides
H Wu, J Carrillo, J Ding
Science of the total environment 581, 666-675, 2017
New records of Leptopilina, Ganaspis, and Asobara species associated with Drosophila suzukii in North America, including detections of L. japonica and G. brasiliensis
PK Abram, AE McPherson, R Kula, T Hueppelsheuser, J Thiessen, ...
Journal of Hymenoptera Research 78, 1-17, 2020
Invasion by alligator weed, Alternanthera philoxeroides, is associated with decreased species diversity across the latitudinal gradient in China
H Wu, J Carrillo, J Ding
Journal of Plant Ecology 9 (3), 311-319, 2016
Domesticated tomatoes are more vulnerable to negative plant–soil feedbacks than their wild relatives
J Carrillo, LL Ingwell, X Li, I Kaplan
Journal of Ecology 107 (4), 1753-1766, 2019
Facilitation and Competition among Invasive Plants: A Field Experiment with Alligatorweed and Water Hyacinth
EJ Wundrow, J Carrillo, CA Gabler, KC Horn, E Siemann
PLoS One 7 (10), e48444, 2012
A coordinated sampling and identification methodology for larval parasitoids of spotted-wing drosophila
PK Abram, X Wang, T Hueppelsheuser, MT Franklin, KM Daane, JC Lee, ...
Journal of Economic Entomology 115 (4), 922-942, 2022
Induction of extrafloral nectar depends on herbivore type in invasive and native Chinese tallow seedlings
J Carrillo, Y Wang, J Ding, E Siemann
Basic and Applied Ecology 13 (5), 449-457, 2012
Latitudinal trends in growth, reproduction and defense of an invasive plant
L Xiao, MR Hervé, J Carrillo, J Ding, W Huang
Biological invasions 21, 189-201, 2019
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