Publications 2000-present

 

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Olson, M.S., and J. Antonovics. 2000. Correlation between male and female reproduction in the near-dioecious herb Astilbe biternata (Saxifragaceae).        American Journal of Botany 87: 837-844. PDF

 

Ward, J.K., Antonovics, J., Thomas, R. B., Strain, B. R. 2000. Is atmospheric CO2 a selective agent on model C3 annuals? Oecologia 123: 330-                   341. PDF

 

Hood, M. E., and Antonovics, J.  2000. Intra-tetrad selfing and the maintenance of heterozygosity in Microbotryum violaceum (= Ustilago violacea).              Heredity 85: 231-241. PDF

 

Thrall, P. H., Antonovics, J., and Dobson, A. P. 2000.  Sexually transmitted diseases in polygynous mating systems: prevalence and impact on                        reproductive success. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 267: 1555-1563. PDF

 

Nunn, C. L., Gittleman, J. L., and Antonovics, J. 2000. Promiscuity and the primate immune system. Science 290: 1168-1170. PDF

 

Hood, M. E., Rocha, 0. J., and Antonovics, J. 2000. Differences in teliospore germination patterns of Microbotryum violaceum on European and North          American Silene species. Mycological Research 105:532-536. PDF

 

Molofsky, J., Bever, J. D., and Antonovics, J. 2001. Coexistence under positive frequency dependence. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B              268: 273-277. PDF

 

Silvertown, J. and Antonovics, J. (eds.)  2001. Integrating Ecology and Evolution in a Spatial Context.  Blackwell, Oxford.

 

Antonovics, J., Newman, T. J., and Best, B. J.  2001. Spatially explicit studies on the ecology and genetics of  population margins. In: Silvertown, J. and        Antonovics, J. (eds.)  Integrating Ecology and Evolution in a Spatial Context.  Blackwell, Oxford. pp. 91-116.  PDF

 

Molofsky, J., Bever, J.D., Antonovics, J., Newman, T.J. 2002. Negative frequency dependence and the importance of spatial scale. Ecology 83:21-               27. PDF

 

O'Keefe, K. J., and Antonovics, J. 2002. Playing by different rules:  the evolution of virulence in sterilizing pathogens. American Naturalist 159: 597-             605. PDF

 

Antonovics, J., Hood, M. E., Partain, J. 2002. The ecology and genetics of a host-shift: Microbotryum as a model system. American Naturalist 160: S40–      S53. PDF

 

Newman, T. J., Antonovics, J., and Wilbur, H. W.  2002. Population dynamics with a refuge: fractal basins and the suppression of chaos. Theoretical             Population Biology 62:121-128. PDF

 

Antonovics, J. 2002. Toward community genomics. Ecology 84: 598–601. PDF

 

Hood, M. E., Antonovics, J., and Heishman, H.  2003. Karyotypic similarity identifies multiple host-shifts of a pathogenic fungus in natural populations.         Infection, Genetics, and Evolution 2: 167-172. PDF

 

Hood, M. E. and Antonovics, J. 2003. Plant species descriptions show signs of disease. Proceedings of the Royal Society London Series B (Suppl.)              270: S156-S158. PDF

 

Antonovics, J., Hood, M. E., Thrall, P., Abrams, J. Y, and Duthie, M. 2003. Herbarium studies on the distribution of anther-smut disease (Microbotryum          violaceum) and Silene species in the eastern United States. American Journal of Botany 90: 1522-1531. PDF

 

Nunn, C. L., Gittleman, J. L., and Antonovics, J. 2003. A comparative study of white blood cell counts and disease risk in carnivores. Proceedings of the        Royal Society of London, Series B 270: 347-356. PDF

 

Altizer, S., Nunn, C. L., Thrall, P. H., Gittleman, J. L., Antonovics, J., Cunningham, A. A., Dobson, A. P., Ezenwa V,  Jones, K. E., Pedersen, A. B. , Poss,        M., and Pulliam, J. R. C. 2003.  Social organization and parasite risk in mammals: integrating theory and empirical studies. Annual Review of                  Ecology and Systematics 34: 517-547. PDF

 

Antonovics, J., and Abrams, J. Y. 2004. Intra-tetrad mating and the evolution of linkage relationships. Evolution 58: 702-709. PDF

 

Antonovics, J.  2004. Long term study of a plant-pathogen metapopulation. In: Hanski,I., and Gaggiotti, O. (eds.) Ecology, Genetics, and Evolution of           Metapopulations. Academic Press. pp. 471-488. PDF

 

Hood, M. E., and Antonovics, J.  2004. Mating within the meiotic tetrad and the maintenance of genomic heterozygosity. Genetics 166: 1751-1759. PDF

 

Newman, T. J., Kolomeisky, E. B., and Antonovics, J. 2004. Population dynamics with global regulation: the conserved Fisher equation. Physical Review        Letters 92: 228103.1-228103.4. PDF

 

Hood, M. E., Koskella, B., and Antonovics, J. 2004. Shared forces of sex-chromosome evolution in haploid-mating and diploid-mating organisms.                  Genetics 168: 141-146. PDF

 

Vondrasek, J., Antonovics, J., and Taylor, D. 2004. Evolution kills: a web resource for instructors of evolutionary biology. Bioscene 30 (2): 3-8.  PDF

 

Antonovics, J. 2005. Plant venereal diseases: insights from a messy metaphor. New Phytologist 165: 71-80. PDF

 

Von Ghyczy, T., and Antonovics, J. 2005. In praise of feedership. Harvard Business Review, February 2005: 52-54. PDF

 

Rudolf, V., and Antonovics, J. 2005. Species coexistence and pathogens with frequency-dependent transmission. American Naturalist 166: 112-                   118. PDF

 

Johnson, L. J., Antonovics, J., Hood, M. E. 2005. The evolution of intratetrad mating rates. Evolution 59: 2525-2532 PDF

 

Antonovics, J., McKane, A. J., and Newman, T. 2006. Spatiotemporal dynamics at population margins. American Naturalist 167: 16-27. PDF

 

Antonovics, J., Hood, M. E., and Baker, C. H. 2006. Was the 1918 flu avian in origin? Nature 440: E9. PDF

Antonovics, J. 2006. Evolution in closely adjacent populations X. Long term persistence of pre-reproductive isolation at a mine boundary. Heredity 97:          33-37. PDF

 

Ferrrari, M. J., Bjornstad, O. N., Partain, J. L., and Antonovics, J. 2006. A gravity model for the spread of a pollinator-borne plant pathogen. American           Naturalist 168: 294-303. PDF

 

Antonovics, J., Abbate, J.L., Baker, C. H., Daley, D., Hood, M. E., Jenkins, C. E., Johnson, L. J., Murray, J. J., Panjeti, Rudolf, V., Sloan, D., Vondrasek,         J. 2007. Evolution by any other name: antibiotic resistance and avoidance of the e-word. PLOS Biology 5: e30. PDF

 

Rudolf, V., and Antonovics, J. 2007. Disease transmission by cannibalism: rare event or common occurrence? Proceedings of the Royal Society of                London, Series B 274:1205-10. PDF

 

Cafuir, L., Antonovics, J., and Hood, M. E. 2007. Tissue culture and quantification of individual-level resistance to anther-smut disease in Silene                    vulgaris. International Journal of Plant Sciences 168: 415-419. PDF

Moody-Weis, J., Antonovics, J., Alexander, H. M., and Pilson, D. 2008. Predicting local colonization and extinction dynamics from coarser-scale                    surveys. Ecography 31: 61-72. PDF

 

Brooks, C.P., Antonovics, J., and Keitt, T. H. 2008. Spatial and temporal heterogeneity explain disease dynamics in a spatially-explicit network model.            American Naturalist 172: 149-159. PDF

Antonovics, J. 2009. The effect of sterilizing diseases on host abundance and distribution along environmental gradients. Proceedings of the Royal                Society of London, Series B 276: 1443-1448. PDF

 

Bernasconi, G., Antonovics, J., Biere, A., Charlesworth, D., Delph, L.F., Filatov, D., Giraud, T., Hood, M.E., Marais, G. A. B., McCauley, D., Pannell, J.,            Shykoff, J.A., Vyskot, B., Wolfe, L., and Widmer, A. 2009. Re-emergence of Silene as a model system in ecology and evolution. Heredity 103: 5-              14. PDF

 

Cameron, D. D., White, A., Antonovics, J. 2009. Parasite-grass-forb interactions and rock-paper-scissor dynamics: predicting the effects of the parasitic        plant Rhinanthus minor on host plant communities. Journal of Ecology 97: 1311-1319. PDF

 

Fenton, A., Antonovics, J., Brockhurst, M.A. 2009. Host-parasite coevolutionary dynamics under gene-for-gene and inverse gene-for-gene infection              genetics. American Naturalist 174: E230–242. PDF

 

Hood, M.E., Mena-Ali, J.I., Gibson, A. K., Oxelman, B., Giraud, T., Yockyeng, R., Arroyo, M., Conti, F., Pedersen, A., Gladieux, P., and Antonovics, J.              2010. The global distribution of the anther-smut fungus Microbotryum on species of the Caryophyllaceae as assessed from natural history                      collections. New Phytologist 187:217-229. PDF

 

Best, A., White, A., Kisdi, E., Antonovics, J., Brockhurst, M. A., and Boots, M. 2010. The coevolution of host range. American Naturalist 176: 63-71. PDF

 

Antonovics, J., Thrall, P. H., Burdon, J. J, and Laine, A. 2011. Partial resistance in natural populations of the Linum-Melamspora host-pathogen system:        does partial resistance make the red queen run slower? Evolution 65: 512-522. PDF

 

Williams, A., Antonovics, J., and Rolff, J. 2011. Dioecy, hermaphrodites and pathogen load in plants. Oikos 120: 657-660. PDF

 

Antonovics, J. and Edwards, M.  2011. Spatio-temporal dynamics of bumblebee nest parasites (Bombus subgenus Psythirus spp.) and their hosts                (Bombus spp.). Journal of Animal Ecology 80: 999-1011. PDF

 

Antonovics, J., Boots, M., Abbate, J., Baker, C., McFrederick, Q., and Panjeti, V. 2011. Biology and evolution of sexual transmission. Annals of the New        York Academy of Sciences 1230: 12-24. PDF

 

Borer, E. T, Antonovics, J., Kinkel, L. L., Hudson, P. J., Daszak, P., Ferrari, M. J.,  Garrett, K.A., Colin R. Parrish, C. R., Read, A. F.,  Rizzo, D. M. 2011.          Bridging taxonomic and disciplinary divides in infectious disease. EcoHealth (DOI: 10.1007/s10393-011-0718-6). Online publication. PDF

 

Best, A., Webb, S., Antonovics, J. and Boots, M. 2012. Local transmission processes and disease-driven host extinctions. Theoretical Ecology 5: 211-          217. PDF

 

Alexander, H. M., Foster, B. L., Ballantyne, F., Collins, C.D., Antonovics, J., Holt, R.D. 2012. Metapopulations and metacommunities: combining spatial         and temporal perspectives in plant ecology. Journal of Ecology 100: 88-103. PDF

 

Baker, C., and Antonovics, J. 2012. Evolutionary determinants of genetic variation in susceptibility to infectious diseases in humans. PlosOne  7:                  e29089 1-9. PDF

 

Fenton, A., Antonovics, J., Brockhurst, M.A. 2012. Two-step infection processes can lead to coevolution between functionally independent infection and       resistance pathways. Evolution 66: 2030-241. PDF

 

Antonovics, J., Boots, M., Ebert, D., Koskella, B., Poss, M., Sadd, B. M. 2012. The origin of specificity by means of natural selection: evolved and non-         host resistance in host-pathogen systems. Evolution 67: 1-9 PDF

 

Chung, E., Petit, E., Antonovics, J., Pedersen, A., Hood, M. 2012. Variation in resistance to multiple pathogen species: anther-smuts of Silene uniflora.         Ecology and Evolution 2: 2304-2314. PDF

 

Pedersen A. and Antonovics, J. 2013. Anthelminthic treatment alters the parasite community in a wild mouse host. Biology Letters 9:20130205. PDF

 

Rillig MC, Wendt S, Antonovics J, Hempel S, Kohler J, Caruso T. 2013. Interactive effects of root endophytes and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on an            experimental plant community. Oecologia. DOI 10.1007/s00442-013-2759-8. PDF

 

Gruendler, B., and Antonovics, J. 2014. The Mosquito: an eloquent defense of Linnaeus. The Linnean 30: 11-15. PDF

 

Aguilar-Trigueros, C., Powell, J. R. , Anderson, I.C,  Antonovics, J., and Rillig, M.C. 2014. Ecological understanding of root-infecting fungi using trait-               based approaches. Trends in Plant Sciences 19: 432-437. PDF

 

Abbate, J. L., and Antonovics, J. 2014. Elevational disease distribution in a natural plant-pathogen system: insights from changes across host                        populations and climate. Oikos 123:1126-1136. PDF

 

Bruns, E., Hood, M. E., Antonovics, J. 2015. Resistance evolution and polymorphism in long- and short-lived hosts. Evolution 69: 551-560. PDF

 

Aguilar-Trigueros, C. A., Hempel, S., Powell, J. R., Anderson, I. C., Antonovics, J., Bergmann, J. , Cavagnaro, T. R., Chen, B., Hart, M. M., Klironomos,          J. , Petermann, J. S., Verbruggen, E. , Veresoglou, S. D., and Rillig, M.C. 2015. Branching out: towards a trait-based understanding of fungal                   ecology. Fungal Biology Reviews 30: 1-8. PDF

Rillig, M. C., Antonovics, J., Caruso , T., Lehmann, A., Powell, J. R., Veresoglou, S. D., and Verbruggen, E. 2015. Coalescence of entire communities:           microbial community interchange. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 30: 470-476. PDF

 

Antonovics, J., Bergman, J., Hempel, S. Verbruggen, E. Veresolglou, S., Rillig, M.C. 2015. The evolution of mutualism from reciprocal parasitism: more         ecological clothes for the Prisoner’s Dilemma. Evolutionary Ecology 29: 627-641. PDF

 

Rillig, M. C., Lehmann, A., Aguilar-Trigueros, C., Antonovics, J., Caruso, T., Hempel, S., Lehmann, J., Valyi, K., Verbruggen, E., Veresoglou, S. D., and         Powell, J. R. 2016. Soil microbes and community coalescence. Pedobiology 59: 37-40. PDF

 

Antonovics, J. 2016. The value of concept: lessons from the evolution of antibiotic resistance. Global Policy 7 (Suppl. 1): 97-103. PDF

 

Van Aaken, A., and Antonovics, J. 2016. Too big to handle? Interdisciplinary perspectives on the question of why societies ignore looming disasters.            Global Policy 7 (suppl. 1) 1-4. Editors, Special Issue.  PDF 

 

Antonovics, J., and Kritzinger, J. 2016. A translation of the Linnean thesis, ‘The Invisible World.’ British Journal for the History of Science 353-382. PDF

 

Antonovics, J. 2017. Transmission dynamics: critical questions and challenges. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Series B 372:                       20160087. 1-8. PDF

 

Wilson, A. J., Morgan, E. R., Booth, M., Norman, R., Perkins, S. E., Hauffe, H. C., Mideo, N., Antonovics, J., McCallum, H., Fenton, A. 2017. What is a        vector? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Series B 372: 20160085. 11 pp. PDF

 

Antonovics, J., Wilson, A. J., Forbes, M. R., Hauffe, H. C., Kallio, E. R., Leggett, H. C., Longdon, B., Okamura, B., Sait, S. M., and Webster, J.P. 2017.          The evolution of transmission mode. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Series B 372: 20160083. 12 pp. PDF

 

Bruns, E. L., Antonovics, J., Carasso, V, and Hood, M. 2017. Transmission and temporal dynamics of anther-smut disease (Microbotryum) on alpine           carnation (Dianthus pavonius). Journal of Ecology 105:1413-1424. PDF

 

Petit, E., Silver, C., Cornille, A., Gladieux, P., Rosenthal, L., Bruns, E., Yee, S., Antonovics, J., Giraud, T., Hood, M. E. 2017. Co-occurrence and                   hybridization of anther-smut pathogens specialized on Dianthus hosts. Molecular Ecology 26:1877-1890. PDF

 

Antonovics, J., Abbate, J. L., Bruns, E. L., Fields, P. D., Forrester, N. J., Gilbert, K., Hood, M. E.,  Park, T., Taylor, D. R. Effect of the anther-smut fungus       Microbotryum on the pre-flowering growth of its host Silene latifolia. American Journal of Botany 105:1088-1095. PDF

 

Antonovics, J., and Hood, M. E. 2018. Linnaeus, smut disease and living contagion. Archives of Natural History 45:213-232. PDF

 

Bruns, E. Antonovics, J., and Hood, M.E. 2018. Is there a disease-free halo at species range limits? The codistribution of anther-smut disease and its         host species. Journal of Ecology 107: 1-11. PDF

 

Tyson, D., Antonovics, J., and Bruns, E. 2018. Anther-smut disease caused by Microbotryum on berry campion Silene baccifera: endemic pathogen or         host-shift? Plant Pathology 67: 1850-1856. PDF

 

Abbate, J. L., Gladieux, P., Hood, M. E., de Vienne, D. M., Antonovics, J., Snirc, A., and Giraud, T. 2018. Co-occurrence among three divergent plant-           castrating fungi in the same Silene host species. Molecular Ecology 27: 3357-3370. PDF

 

 Bruns, E., Miller, I., Hood, M. E., Carasso, V., and Antonovics J. 2018. The role of infectious disease in the evolution of females: Evidence from anther‐         smut disease on a gynodioecious alpine carnation. Evolution. 73: 497-510. PDF

 

Hood, M. E., J. Antonovics, M. Wolf, T. Giraud, and J. L. Abbate. 2019. Sympatry and interference of divergent Microbotryum pathogen species.                 Ecology and Evolution 9: 5457-5467. PDF

 

Antonovics, J., Veresoglou, S .D., Rillig, M. C. 2019. Species diversity in a metacommunity with patches connected by periodic coalescence: a neutral         model. ArXiv 1905.03669. PDF

 

Rillig, M. C., and Antonovics, J. 2019. Microbial biospherics: The experimental study of ecosystem function and evolution. Proceedings of the National         Academy of Sciences USA 116: 11093-11098. PDF

 

Antonovics, J., and Hayden, K. 2020. Global hosts and global pathogens: a perspective. Sibbaldia: The International Journal of Botanical Horticulture         17: 5-17. PDF

 

Rozins, C., Hood, M. E., Antonovics, J. 2020. Exploring density and frequency dependent interactions experimentally: an R program for generating                hexagonal fan designs. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 11: 678-683. PDF

 

Rillig, M. C., Aguilar-Trigueros, C. A., Anderson, I. C., Antonovics, J., Ballhausen, M., Bergmann J., Bielcik, M., Chaudhary, B., Deveautour, C.,                     Grünfeld, L., Hempel,, S., Lakovic, M., 1,2, Lammel, D., Lehmann, A., Lehmann, J., Leifheit, E. F., Liang, Y., Lozano, Y. M., Manntschke, A.,                     Mansour,  I., Pinek, L., Powell, J. R., Ryo, M., Sosa-Hernandez, M. A., Veresoglou, S. D., Wang, D.,Yang, G.,  Zhang, H. 2020. Myristate and the             ecology of AM fungi: significance, opportunities, applications and challenges. New Phytologist 227:1610-1614. PDF

 

Antonovics, J. 2020. Pathogenic fungi in ferns and angiosperms: a comparative study. American Fern Journal 110: 79-94. PDF

 

Amoroso, C., and Antonovics, J. 2020. Evolution of behavioral resistance in host-pathogen systems. Biology Letters 16: 20200508. PDF

 

Bruns, E., Pierce, L., Antonovics, J., Hood, M. 2020. Vector preference and heterogeneity in host sex ratio can affect disease spread in a natural plant         populations. Ecology (in press).  

 

Antonovics, J., Gibby, M., and Hood, M. E. 2020. John Leigh, Lydia Becker and their shared botanical interests. Archives of Natural History (in                     press).  

 

Bruns, E., Antonovics, J., Hood, M., Park, T. 2020. From generalist to specialists: variation in the host range and performance of anther-smut                       pathogens on Dianthus. Evolution (in press).  

 

Antonovics, J., Hood, M. E. 2020. Resistance correlations to endemic and foreign pathogens. American Naturalist (in revision).

 

Ryo, M, van Nes, E, H., Antonovics,J., Roy, J., Leifheit, E., Ballhausen, M., Rillig, M. C. 2020. The global change mosaic. Nature Communications (in             review).