2016 best papers of the year

2016 Picks for best paper of the year

Whitehead, Susan R., Martin M. Turcotte, and Katja Poveda. “Domestication impacts on plant–herbivore interactions: a meta-analysis.” Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 372.1712 (2017): 20160034. link
Meisner, M. H., Zaviezo, T., & Rosenheim, J. A. (2016). Landscape crop composition effects on cotton yield, Lygus hesperus densities and pesticide use. Pest management science. link
Peay, Kabir G., Peter G. Kennedy, and Jennifer M. Talbot. “Dimensions of biodiversity in the Earth mycobiome.” Nature Reviews Microbiology 14.7 (2016): 434-447. link
Alem, S., Perry, C. J., Zhu, X., Loukola, O. J., Ingraham, T., Søvik, E., & Chittka, L. (2016). Associative Mechanisms Allow for Social Learning and Cultural Transmission of String Pulling in an Insect. PLoS Biol, 14(10), e1002564. link
Åkesson, Susanne. “Flying with the winds: differential migration strategies in relation to winds in moth and songbirds.” Journal of Animal Ecology 85.1 (2016): 1-4. link
Dalla, Safaa, and Susanne Dobler. “Gene duplications circumvent trade‐offs in enzyme function: Insect adaptation to toxic host plants.” Evolution 70.12 (2016): 2767-2777. link
Dener, Efrat, Alex Kacelnik, and Hagai Shemesh. “Pea plants show risk sensitivity.” Current Biology 26.13 (2016): 1763-1767. link
Glassmire, Andrea E., et al. “Intraspecific phytochemical variation shapes community and population structure for specialist caterpillars.” New Phytologist (2016). link

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