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Functional traits shape ontogenetic growth trajectories of rain forest tree species
B Hérault, B Bachelot, L Poorter, V Rossi, F Bongers, J Chave, CET Paine, ...
Journal of ecology 99 (6), 1431-1440, 2011
2362011
Ontogenetic shifts in trait‐mediated mechanisms of plant community assembly
JR Lasky, B Bachelot, R Muscarella, N Schwartz, J Forero-Montaña, ...
Ecology 96 (8), 2157-2169, 2015
982015
Long‐lasting effects of land use history on soil fungal communities in second‐growth tropical rain forests
B Bachelot, M Uriarte, JK Zimmerman, J Thompson, JW Leff, A Asiaii, ...
Ecological Applications 26 (6), 1881-1895, 2016
722016
Nitrogen-fixing trees inhibit growth of regenerating Costa Rican rainforests
BN Taylor, RL Chazdon, B Bachelot, DNL Menge
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (33), 8817-8822, 2017
712017
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal diversity and natural enemies promote coexistence of tropical tree species
B Bachelot, M Uriarte, KL McGuire, J Thompson, J Zimmerman
Ecology 98 (3), 712-720, 2017
472017
Symbiont community diversity is more variable in corals that respond poorly to stress
LI Howe‐Kerr, B Bachelot, RM Wright, CD Kenkel, LK Bay, AMS Correa
Global Change Biology 26 (4), 2220-2234, 2020
462020
Rare species advantage? Richness of damage types due to natural enemies increases with species abundance in a wet tropical forest
B Bachelot, RK Kobe
Journal of Ecology 101 (4), 846-856, 2013
402013
Negative density-dependent mortality varies over time in a wet tropical forest, advantaging rare species, common species, or no species
B Bachelot, RK Kobe, C Vriesendorp
Oecologia 179, 853-861, 2015
392015
Abiotic niche partitioning and negative density dependence across multiple life stages in a temperate forest in northeastern China
J Yao, B Bachelot, L Meng, J Qin, X Zhao, C Zhang
Journal of Ecology 108 (4), 1299-1310, 2020
302020
The advantage of the extremes: tree seedlings at intermediate abundance in a tropical forest have the highest richness of above‐ground enemies and suffer the most damage
B Bachelot, M Uríarte, J Thompson, JK Zimmerman
Journal of Ecology 104 (1), 90-103, 2016
272016
Interactions among mutualism, competition, and predation foster species coexistence in diverse communities
B Bachelot, M Uriarte, K McGuire
Theoretical Ecology 8, 297-312, 2015
262015
Phenotypic plasticity masks range‐wide genetic differentiation for vegetative but not reproductive traits in a short‐lived plant
J Villellas, J Ehrlén, EE Crone, AM Csergő, MB Garcia, AL Laine, ...
Ecology Letters 24 (11), 2378-2393, 2021
222021
Associations among arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and seedlings are predicted to change with tree successional status
B Bachelot, M Uriarte, R Muscarella, J Forero‐Montaña, J Thompson, ...
Ecology 99 (3), 607-620, 2018
222018
Altered climate leads to positive density‐dependent feedbacks in a tropical wet forest
B Bachelot, AM Alonso‐Rodríguez, L Aldrich‐Wolfe, MA Cavaleri, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (6), 3417-3428, 2020
212020
Predicting the responses of subalpine forest landscape dynamics to climate change on the eastern Tibetan Plateau
J Liu, HX Zou, B Bachelot, T Dong, Z Zhu, Y Liao, A Plenković‐Moraj, ...
Global Change Biology 27 (18), 4352-4366, 2021
182021
Dynamic preferential allocation to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi explains fungal succession and coexistence
B Bachelot, CT Lee
Ecology 99 (2), 372-384, 2018
172018
Understanding the recruitment response of juvenile Neotropical trees to logging intensity using functional traits
JA Hogan, B Hérault, B Bachelot, A Gorel, M Jounieaux, C Baraloto
Ecological Applications 28 (8), 1998-2010, 2018
162018
Disturbances can promote and hinder coexistence of competitors in ongoing partner choice mutualisms
B Bachelot, CT Lee
The American Naturalist 195 (3), 445-462, 2020
52020
Understory plant communities show resistance to drought, hurricanes, and experimental warming in a wet tropical forest
AM Alonso-Rodríguez, TE Wood, J Torres-Díaz, MA Cavaleri, SC Reed, ...
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 5, 2022
42022
Symbiont community diversity is more constrained in holobionts that tolerate diverse stressors
LI Howe-Kerr, B Bachelot, RM Wright, CD Kenkel, LK Bay, AMS Correa
BioRxiv, 572479, 2019
42019
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