Peer-reviewed publications, and a few papers on repositories

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McClory, R. W., L. J. A. van Dijk, J. Mutz, J. Ehrlén and A. J. M. Tack. Spring phenology dominates over shade in affecting seedling performance and plant attack during the growing season. PDF on BioRxiv

Faticov, M., A. Abdelfattah, T. Roslin, C. Vacher, P. Hambäck, F. G. Blanchet, B. D. Lindahl and A. J. M. Tack. 2021. Climate warming dominates over plant genotype in shaping the seasonal trajectory of foliar fungal communities on oak. New Phytologist. Accepted.

Stüber, M., A. J. M. Tack, B. Zewdie, E. Mendesil, T. Shimales, B. Ayalew, S. Nemomissa, J. Sjögren, E. Vesterinen, A. Wezel and Kristoffer Hylander. 2021. Multi-scale mosaics in top-down pest control by ants from natural coffee forests to plantations. Ecology. Accepted.

Kidane, A. A., F. M. Tegegne and A. J. M. Tack. 2021. Indigenous knowledge of ground-nesting stingless bees in southwestern Ethiopia. International Journal of Tropical Insect Science. Early view

Abdelfattah, A., M. Wisniewski, L. Schena and A. J. M. Tack. 2021. Experimental evidence of microbial inheritance in plants and transmission routes from seed to phyllosphere and root. Environmental Microbiology 23: 2199-2214. PDF (and nice coverage in ISME and Plantae)

Koelemeijer, I. A., A. J. M. Tack, B. Zewdie, S. Nemomissa and K. Hylander. 2021. Management intensity and landscape configuration affect the potential for woody plant regeneration in coffee agroforestry. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 313: 107384. PDF

Zewdie, B., A. J. M. Tack, B. Ayalew, G. Adugna, S. Nemomissa and K. Hylander. 2021. Temporal dynamics and biocontrol potential of a hyperparasite on coffee leaf rust across a landscape in Arabica coffee’s native range. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 311: 107297. PDF

Valdés-Correcher, E. , X. Moreira, L. Augusto, L. Barbaro, C. Bouget, O. Bouriaud, M. Branco, G. Centenaro, G. Csóka, T. Damestoy, J. Dobrosavljević, M.-L. Duduman, A.-M. Dulaurent, C. B. Eötvös, M. Faticov, M. Ferrante, Á. Fürjes-Mikó, A. Galmán, M. M. Gossner, A. Hampe, D. Harvey, A. G. Howe, Y. Kadiri, M. Kaennel-Dobbertin, J. Koricheva, A. Kozel, M. V. Kozlov, G. L. Löveï, D. Lupaștean, S. Milanović, A. Mrazova, L. Opgennoorth, J.-M. Pitkänen, A. Popova, M. Popović, A. Prinzing, V. Queloz, T. Roslin, A. Sallé, K. Sam, M. Scherer-Lorenzen, A. Schuldt, A. Selikhovkin, L. Suominen, A. J. M. Tack, M. Tahadlova, R. Thomas and B Castagneyrol. 2021. Search for top-down and bottom-up drivers of latitudinal trends in insect herbivory in oak trees in Europe. Global Ecology and Biogeography 30: 651–665. PDF

Moreira, X., L. Abdala-Roberts, P. De Frenne, A. Galmán, Á. Gaytán, R. Jaatinen, B. Lago-Núñez, C. Meeussen, P. Pulkkinen, P. U. Rasmussen, J. P. J. G. ten Hoopen, B. G. H. Timmermans, C. Vázquez-González, N. Bos, B. Castagneyrol and A. J. M. Tack. 2021. Effects of latitude and conspecific plant density on insect leaf herbivory in oak saplings and seedlings. American Journal of Botany 108: 172–178. PDF

Wickander, N. W., P. U. Rasmussen, B. Marteinsdóttir, J. Ehrlén and A. J. M. Tack. 2021. Ecological and evolutionary responses of an arctic plant to variation in microclimate and soil. Oikos 130: 211–218. PDF

van Dijk, L. J. A., J. Ehrlén and A. J. M. Tack. 2020. The timing and asymmetry of plant-pathogen-insect interactions. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287: 20201303. PDF

Abrego, N., T. Roslin, T. Huotari, A. J. M. Tack, B. D. Lindahl, G. Tikhonov, P. Somervuo, N. M. Schmidt and O. Ovaskainen. 2020. Accounting for environmental variation in co-occurrence modeling reveals the importance of positive interactions in root-associated fungal communities. Molecular Ecology 29: 2736–2746. PDF

Abrego, N., T. Huotari, A. J. M. Tack, B. D. Lindahl, G. Tikhonov, P. Somervuo, N. M. Schmidt, O. Ovaskainen and T. Roslin. 2020. Higher host-plant specialization of root-associated endophytes than mycorrhizal fungi along an arctic elevational gradient. Ecology and Evolution 10: 8989–9002. PDF

Zewdie, B., A. J. M. Tack, G. Adugna, S. Nemomissa and K. Hylander. 2020. Patterns and drivers of fungal disease communities on Arabica coffee along a management gradient. Basic and Applied Ecology 47: 95–106. PDF

Moreira, X., L. Abdala-Roberts, H. H. Bruun, F, Covelo, P. De Frenne, A. Galmán, Á. Gaytán, R. Jaatinen, P. Pulkkinen, J. P. J. G. ten Hoopen, B. G. H. Timmermans, A. J. M. Tack, and B. Castagneyrol. 2020. Latitudinal variation in seed predation correlates with latitudinal variation in seed defensive and nutritional traits in a widespread oak species. Annals of Botany 125: 881–890. PDF

Faticov, M., A. Ekholm, T. Roslin and A. J. M. Tack. 2020. Climate and host genotype jointly shape tree phenology, disease levels and insect attacks. Oikos 129: 391–401. PDF

Smith, A. L., T. R. Hodkinson, J. Villellas, J. A. Catford, A. M. Csergő, S. P. Blomberg, E. E. Crone, J. Ehrlén, M. B. Garcia, A.-L. Laine, D. A. Roach, R. Salguero-Gómez, G. M. Wardle, D. Z. Childs, B. D. Elderd, A. Finn, S. Munné-Bosch, M. E. A. Baudraz, J. Bódis, F. Q. Brearley, A. Bucharova, C. M. Caruso, R. P. Duncan, J. M. Dwyer, B. Gooden, R. Groenteman, L. N. Hamre, A. Helm, R. Kelly, L. Laanisto, M. Lonati, J. L. Moore, M. Morales, S. L. Olsen, M. Pärtel, W. K. Petry, S. Ramula, P. U. Rasmussen, S. R. Enri, A. Roeder, C. Roscher, M. Saastamoinen, A. J. M. Tack, J. P. Töpper, G. E. Vose, E. M. Wandrag, A. Wingler, and Y. M. Buckley. 2020. Global gene flow releases invasive plants from environmental constraints on genetic diversity. PNAS 117: 4218–4227. PDF

Ekholm, A., A. J. M. Tack, P. Pulkkinen and T. Roslin. 2020. Host plant phenology, insect outbreaks and herbivore communities – the importance of timing. Journal of Animal Ecology 89: 829–841. PDF

Castagneyrol, B., E. Valdés-Correcher, A. Bourdin, L. Barbaro, O. Bouriaud, M. Branco, G. Csóka, M.-L. Duduman, A.-M. Dulaurent, C. B. Eötvös, M. Ferrante, Á. Fürjes-Mikó, A. Galman, M. M. Gossner, D. Harvey, A. G. Howe, M. Kaennel-Dobbertin, J. Koricheva, G. L. Löveï, D. Lupaștean, S. Milanović, A. Mrazova, L. Opgennoorth, J.-M. Pitkänen, M. Popović, T. V. Roslin, M. Scherer-Lorenzen, K. Sam, M. Tahadlova, R. Thomas and A. J. M. Tack. 2020. Can school children support ecological research? Lessons from the ‘Oak bodyguard’ citizen science project. Citizen Science: Theory and Practice 5: 1-11 PDF

Rasmussen, P. U., A. E. Bennett and A. J. M. Tack. 2020. The impact of elevated temperature and drought on the ecology and evolution of plant-soil microbe interactions. Journal of Ecology 108: 337-352. PDF (and here a PDF of the article’s great coverage in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment)

Rasmussen, P. U., A. Chareesri, R. Neilson, A. E. Bennett and A. J. M. Tack. 2019. The impact of dispersal, plant genotype and nematodes on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal colonization. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 132: 28-35. PDF

Ekholm, A., A. J. M. Tack, K. Bolmgren and T. Roslin. 2019. The forgotten season: The impact of autumn phenology on a specialist insect herbivore community on oak. Ecological Entomology 44, 425–435. PDF

Moreira X., L. Abdala-Roberts, J. C. Berny Mier y Teran, F. Covelo, R. de la Mata, M. Francisco, B. Hardwick, R. Matheus Pires, T. Roslin, D. S. Schigel, J. P. J. G. ten Hoopen, B. G. H. Timmermans, L. J. A. van Dijk, B. Castagneyrol and A. J. M. Tack. 2019. Impacts of urbanization on insect herbivory and plant defences in oak trees. Oikos 128: 113–123. PDF

Desprez-Loustau, M.-L., M. Massot, M. Toïgo, T. Fort, G. Aday, J. Boberg, U. Braun, X. Capdevielle, T. Cech, A. Chandelier, P. Christova, T. Corcobado, T. Dogmus, C. Dutech, O. Fabreguettes, J. Faivre d’Arcier, A. Gross, M. Horta Jung, E. Iturritxa, T. Jung, C. Junker, L. Kiss, K. Kostov, A. Lehtijarvi, A. Lyubenova, B. Marçais, J. Oliva, F. Oskay, M. Pastirčák, K. Pastirčáková, D. Piou, G. Saint-Jean, A. Sallafranque, S. Slavov, J. Stenlid, V. Talgø, S. Takamatsu and A. J. M. Tack. 2018. From leaf to continent: the multi-scale distribution of an invasive cryptic pathogen complex on oak. Fungal Ecology 36: 39–50. PDF

Castagneyrol, B., P. Fernandez-Conradi, P. U. Rasmussen, C. Robin and A. J. M. Tack. 2018. Belowground-aboveground interactions between pathogens and herbivores. Invited book chapter for the book Aboveground-Belowground Community Ecology. Eds. Ohgushi, T., S. Wurst and S. N. Johnson. PDF

Rasmussen, P.U., L. Hugerth, A. Andersson, B. Lindahl and A. J. M. Tack. 2018. Multi-scale patterns and drivers of AM fungal communities in the roots and root-associated soil of a wild perennial herb. New Phytologist 220: 1248–1261. PDF [See this PDF for a great commentary by Tancredi Caruso in New Phytologist on our paper]

Blanchet, F. G., T. Roslin, M. T. Kimura, R. Kaartinen, S. Gripenberg and A. J. M. Tack. 2018. Related herbivore species show similar temporal dynamics. Journal of Animal Ecology 87: 801-812. PDF

Moreira, X., B. Castagneyrol, L. Abdala-Roberts, J. C. Berny-Mier y Terán, B. G. H. Timmermans, H. H. Bruun, F. Covelo, G. Glauser, S. Rasmann and A. J. M. Tack. 2018. Latitudinal variation in plant chemical defences drives latitudinal patterns of leaf herbivory. Ecography 41: 1124–1134. PDF

Signoret, C., E. Ng, S. da Silva, A. J. M. Tack, H. H. Lidö, and C. Balachandran. 2018. Well-being of early-career scientists in Sweden. Higher Education Policy. PDF

Fernandez-Conradi, P., H. Jactel, C. Robin, A. J. M. Tack and B. Castagneyrol. 2018. Fungi reduce preference and performance of insect herbivores on infected plants. Ecology 99: 300–311. PDF

Ekholm, A., T. Roslin, P. Pulkkinen and A. J. M. Tack. 2017. Dispersal, host genotype and environment shape the spatial dynamics of a parasite in the wild. Ecology 98: 2574–2584. PDF

Rasmussen, P. U, T. Amin, A. E. Bennett, K. Karlsson Green, S. Timonen, S. van Nouhuys and A. J. M. Tack. 2017. Plant and insect genetic variation mediate the impact of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on a natural plant-herbivore interaction. Ecological Entomology 42: 793–802. PDF

Mursinoff, S. and A. J. M. Tack. 2017. Spatial variation in soil biota mediates plant adaptation to a foliar pathogen. New Phytologist 214: 644–654. PDF

Zheng, Z., O. Ovaskainen, T. Roslin and A. J. M. Tack. 2015. Beyond metacommunities paradigms: habitat configuration, life-history and movement shape an herbivore community on oak. Ecology 96: 3175–3185. PDF

Tack, A. J. M., T. Mononen and I. Hanski. 2015. Increasing frequency of low summer precipitation synchronizes dynamics and compromises metapopulation stability in the Glanville fritillary butterfly. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282: 20150173. PDF

Tack, A. J. M., A.-L. Laine, J. J. Burdon, A. Bissett and P. H. Thrall. 2015. Below-ground abiotic and biotic heterogeneity shapes above-ground infection outcomes and spatial divergence in a host–parasite interaction. New Phytologist 207: 1159–1169. PDF

Pohjanmies, T., A. J. M. Tack, P. Pulkkinen, S. Elshibli, P. Vakkari and T. Roslin. 2015. Genetic diversity and connectivity shape herbivore load within an oak population at its range limit. Ecosphere 6: 101. PDF

Tollenaere, C. T., B. Pernechele, H. S. Mäkinen, S. R. Parratt, M. Z. Németh, G. M. Kovács, L. Kiss, A. J. M. Tack and A.-L. Laine. 2014. A hyperparasite affects the population dynamics of a wild plant pathogen. Molecular Ecology 23: 5877-5887. PDF

Jousimo, J.*, A. J. M. Tack*, Ovaskainen, O., Mononen, T., Susi, H., Tollenaere, C. and A.-L. Laine. 2014. Ecological and evolutionary effects of fragmentation on infectious disease dynamics. Science 344: 1289-1293. PDF

(* Shared first authorship)

Tack, A. J. M. and A.-L. Laine. 2014. Invited review: Spatial eco-evolutionary feedback in plant-pathogen interactions. European Journal of Plant Patholology 138: 667-677. PDF

Tack, A. J. M. and A.-L. Laine. 2014. Ecological and evolutionary implications of spatial heterogeneity during the off-season for a wild parasite. New Phytologist 202: 297-308. PDF

Tack, A. J. M., J. Hakala, T. Petäjä, M. Kulmala, and A.-L. Laine. 2014. Genotype and spatial structure shape pathogen dispersal and disease dynamics at small spatial scales. Ecology 95: 703-714. PDF

Tack, A. J. M., F. Horns, and A.-L. Laine. 2014. The impact of spatial scale and habitat configuration on patterns of trait variation and local adaptation in a wild plant parasite. Evolution 68: 176-189. PDF

Biere, A. and A. J. M. Tack. 2013. Evolutionary adaptation in three-way interactions between plants, microbes and arthropods. Functional Ecology 27: 646-660. PDF

Tack, A. J. M. and M. Dicke. 2013. Plant pathogens structure arthropod communities across multiple spatial and temporal scales. Functional Ecology 27: 633-645. PDF

Tollenaere, C., H. Susi, J. Nokso-Koivisto, P. Koskinen, A. Tack, P. Auvinen, L. Paulin, M. J. Frilander, R. Lehtonen, and A.-L. Laine. 2012. SNP design from 454 sequencing of Podosphaera plantaginis transcriptome reveals a genetically diverse pathogen metapopulation with high levels of mixed-genotype infection. PLoS ONE 7: e52492. PDF

Tack, A. J. M., S. Gripenberg, and T. Roslin. 2012. Cross-kingdom interactions matter: fungal-mediated interactions structure an insect community on oak. Ecology Letters 15: 177-185. PDF

Tack, A. J. M., M. T. J. Johnson, and T. Roslin. 2012. Sizing up community genetics: it’s a matter of scale. Oikos 121: 481-488. PDF

Tack, A. J. M., P. H. Thrall, L. G. Barrett, J. J. Burdon, and A.-L. Laine. 2012. Variation in infectivity and aggressiveness in space and time in wild host–pathogen systems: causes and consequences. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25: 1918-1936. PDF

Tack, A. J. M., S. Gripenberg, and T. Roslin. 2011. Can we predict indirect interactions from quantitative food webs? – an experimental approach. Journal of Animal Ecology 80: 108-118. PDF

Tack, A. J. M. and T. Roslin. 2011. The relative importance of host-plant genetic diversity in structuring the associated herbivore community. Ecology 92: 1594-1604. PDF

Tack, A. J. M. 2010. Photo Gallery: Adaptation of insects to individual trees. Bulletin of the Ecological Society 91: 335-338. PDF

Tack, A. J. M., O. Ovaskainen, P. Pulkkinen, and T. Roslin. 2010. Spatial location dominates over host plant genotype in structuring an herbivore community. Ecology 91: 2660-2672. PDF

Tack, A. J. M. and T. Roslin. 2010. Overrun by the neighbors: Landscape context affects strength and sign of local adaptation. Ecology 91: 2253-2260. PDF

Tack, A. J. M., O. Ovaskainen, P. J. Harrison, and T. Roslin. 2009. Competition as a structuring force in leaf miner communities. Oikos 118: 809-818. PDF

E. J. Slaa, A. J. M. Tack & M. J. Sommeijer. 2003. The effect of intrinsic and extrinsic factors on flower constancy in stingless bees. Apidologie 34: 457-468. PDF

 

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