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109. Sarmiento, C., Zalamea, P-C., Dalling, J.W., Davis A., Stump, S., Uren, J., Arnold, A.E. (2017). Soilborne fungi have host affinity and host-specific effects on seed germination and survival in a lowland tropical forest. PNAS, in press. pdf

108. Ma, M., Dalling, J.W., Ma, Z., Zhou, X. (2017) Soil environmental factors drive seed density across vegetation types on the Tibetan Plateau. Plant and Soil, in press. pdf

107. Ruzi, S.A., Roche, D.P., Zalamea, P-C., Robison, A.C., Dalling, J.W. (2017) Species identity influences secondary removal of seeds of neotropical pioneer tree species. Plant Ecology in press pdf

106. Tiansawat, P., Beckman, N., Dalling, J.W. (2017) Pre-dispersal seed predators and fungi differ in their effect on Luehea seemannii capsule development, seed germination, and dormancy across two Panamanian forests. Biotropica in press pdf

105. Prada, C.M., Morris, A., Andersen, K.M., Turner, B.L., Caballero, P., Dalling, J.W. (2017) Soils and rainfall drive landscape-scale changes in the diversity and functional composition of tree communities in premontane tropical forest. Journal of Vegetation Science In press pdf

104. Corrales, A., Turner, B.L., Tedersoo, L., Anslan, S., Dalling, J.W. (2017) Nitrogen addition alters ectomycorrhizal fungal communities and soil enzyme activities in a tropical montane forest Fungal Ecology 27:14-23 pdf

103. Turner, B.L., Zalamea, P-C., Condit, R., Winter, K., Wright, S.J., Dalling, J.W. (2016) No evidence that boron influences tree species distributions in lowland tropical forests of Panama. New Phytologist In press pdf

102. Davis, A.S., Fu, X., Schutte, B.J., Berhow, M.A., Dalling, J.W. (2016) Interspecific variation in persistence of buried weed seeds follows trade-offs among physiological, chemical and physical seed defences. Ecology and Evolution In press pdf

101. Turner, B.L., Bielnicka, A., Dalling, J.W., Wolf, J.A. (2016) Interference by iron in the determination of boron in Mehlich III extracts and total element digests of tropical forest soils. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis In press pdf

100. Ledo, A., Schnitzer, S.A., Wright, S.J., Dalling, J.W., Burslem, D.F.R.P. (2016) Lianas and soil nutrients predict fine-scale distribution of above-ground biomass in a tropical moist forest Journal of Ecology In press pdf

99. Baldeck, C.A., Kembel, S.W., Yavitt, J.B., John, R., Turner, B.L., Madawala, S., Guantilleke, N., Gunatilleke, S., Bunyavejchewin, S., Kiratiprayoon, S., Yaacob, A., Supardi, M.N.N., Valencia, R., Navarrete, H., Davies, S.J., Chuyong, G.B., Kenfack, D., Thomas, D.W., Dalling J.W. (2016) Phylogenetic turnover along local environmental gradients in tropical forest communities. Oecologia In press pdf

98. Dalling, J.W., Cernusak, L.A., Winter, K., Aranda, J., Garcia, M., Virgo, A., Cheesman, A.W., Baresch, A., Jaramillo, C., Turner B.L. (2016) Two tropical conifers show strong growth and water-use efficiency responses to altered CO2 concentration. Annals of Botany In press pdf

97. Zalamea, P-C, Turner, B.L., Winter, K., Jones, F.A., Sarmiento, C., Dalling, J.W. (2016) Seedling growth responses to phosphorus reflect adult distribution patterns of tropical trees New Phytologist In press pdf

96. Brown, S.P, Ferrer, A., Dalling, J.W., Heath, K.D. (2016) Don’t put all your eggs in one basket: a cost-effective and powerful method to optimize primer choice for rRNA environmental community analyses using the Fluidigm Access Array Molecular Ecology Resources In press pdf

95. Heineman, K., Turner, B.L., Dalling, J.W. (2016) Variation in wood nutrients along a tropical soil fertility gradient New Phytologist In press pdf

94. Corrales, A., Mangan, S.A., Turner, B.L., Dalling, J.W. (2016) An ectomycorrhizal nitrogen economy facilitates monodominance in a neotropical forest Ecology Letters In press pdf

93. Corrales, A., Arnold, A.E., Ferrer, A.H., Turner, B.L., Dalling, J.W. (2016) Variation in ectomycorrhizal fungal communities associated with Oreomunnea mexicana (Juglandaceae) in tropical montane forests. Mycorrhiza, doi: 10.1007/s00572-015-0641-8 pdf

92. Tymen, B., Réjou-Méchain, M., Dalling, J.W., Fauset, S., Feldpausch, T.R., Norden, N., Phillips, O.L., Turner, B.L., Viers, J., Chave, J. (2016) Evidence for arrested succession in a liana-infested Amazonian forest. Journal of Ecology 104:149-159 pdf

91. Dalling, J.W, Heineman, K., González, G. and Ostertag, R. (2015) Geographic, environmental and biotic sources of variation in the nutrient relations of tropical montane forests. Journal of Tropical Ecology In press pdf

90. Dalling, J.W, Heineman, K., Lopez, O.R., Wright, S.J., Turner, B.L.(2015) Nutrient availability in tropical rain forests: the paradigm of phosphorus limitation. In press,In Tropical tree physiology: adaptations and responses in a changing environment. pdf

89. Heineman, K., Caballero, P., Morris, A., Velasquez, C., Serrano, K., Gonzalez, J., Mayorga, L., Corre, M.D., Dalling, J.W. (2015) Variation in litterfall along a precipitation and soil fertility gradient in a Panamanian lower montane forest. Biotropica, 47:300-309 pdf

88. Zalamea, P-C., Sarmiento, C., Arnold, A.E., Davis, A., Dalling, J.W. (2015) Do soil microbes and abrasion by soil particles influence persistence and loss of physical dormancy in seeds of tropical pioneers? Frontiers in Plant Science, doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00799 pdf

87. Steidinger, B., Turner, B.L., Corrales, A., Dalling, J.W. (2014) Variability in potential to exploit different soil organic phosphorus compounds among tropical montane tree species. Functional Ecology, 29: 121-130 pdf

86. Andersen, K.M., Turner, B.L., Dalling, J.W. (2014) Seedling performance trade-offs influencing habitat filtering along a soil nutrient gradient in tropical forest. Ecology, 95:3399-3413. pdf

85. Tiansawat, P., Davis, A.S., Berhow, M.A., Zalamea, P-C., Dalling, J.W. (2014) Investment in seed physical defense is associated with species' light requirement for regeneration and seed persistence: Evidence from Macaranga species in Borneo. Plos One, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0099691. pdf

84. Lobo, E., Dalling, J.W. (2014) Spatial scale and sampling resolution affect measures of gap disturbance in a lowland tropical forest: implications for understanding forest regeneration and carbon storage Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B, 281:20133218 pdf

83. Baldeck, C.A., Harms, K.E., Yavitt, J.B., John, R., Turner, B.L., Valencia, R., Navarrete, H., Bunyavejchewin, S., Kiratiprayoon, S., Yaacob, A., Supardi, M.N.N., Davies, S.J., Hubbell, S.P., Chuyong, G.B., Kenfack, D., Thomas, D.W., Dalling, J.W. (2013) Habitat filtering across tree life stages in tropical forest communities. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B, 280:20130548 pdf

82. Baldeck, C.A., Kembel, S.W., Harms, K.E., Yavitt, J.B., John, R., Turner, B.L., Chuyong, G.B., Kenfack, D., Thomas, D.W., Madawala, S., Gunatilleke, N., Gunatilleke, S., Bunyavejchewin, S., Kiratiprayoon, S., Yaacob, A., Nur Supardi, M. Valencia, R., Navarrete, H., Davies, S.J. Dalling, J.W. (2013) A taxonomic comparison of local habitat niches of tropical trees. Oecologia, 173: 1491-1498 pdf

81. Lobo, E., Dalling, J.W. (2013) Effects of topography, soil type and forest age on the frequency and size distribution of canopy gap disturbances in a tropical forest Biogeosciences 10:6769-6781 pdf

80. Meyer, V., Saatchi, S.S., Chave, J., Dalling, J.W., Bohlman, S., Fricker, G.A., Robinson, C., Neumann, M. (2013) Detecting tropical forest biomass dynamics from repeated airborne Lidar measurements. Biogeosciences, 10: 5421-5438 pdf

79. Tiansawat, P., Dalling, J.W. (2013) Differential seed germination response to the ratio of red to far-red light in temperate and tropical species. Plant Ecology, DOI 10.1007/s11258-013-0205-y pdf

78. Cernusak, L., Winter, K., Dalling, J.W., Holtum, J., Jaramillo, C., Korner, C., Leakey, A., Norby, R., Poulter, B., Turner, B.L., Wright, S.J. (2013) Tropical forest responses to increasing [CO2]: current knowledge and opportunities for future research Functional Plant Biology, doi/10.1071/FP12309 pdf

77. Dalling, J.W., Winter, K., Andersen, K.M., and Turner, B.L (2013) Artefacts of the pot environment on soil nutrient availability: implications for the interpretation of ecological studies. Plant Ecology, 214: 329-338 pdf

76. Baldeck, C.A., Harms, K.E., Yavitt, Y.B., John, R., Turner, B.L., Valencia, R., Navarrete, H., Davies, S.J., Chuyong, G.B., Kenfack, D., Thomas, D.W., Madawala, S., Gunatilleke, N., Gunatilleke, S., Bunyavejchewin, S., Kiratiprayoon, S. Yaacob, A., Nur Supardi, M.A., Dalling, J.W. (2013) Soil resources and topography shape local tree community structure in tropical forests Proceedings Royal Society Series B, doi: 10.1098/rspb.2012.2532 pdf

75. Schnitzer, S.A., Mangan, S.A., Dalling, J.W., Baldeck, C.A., Hubbell, S.P., Ledo, A., Muller-Landau, H., Tobin, M.F., Aguilar,S., Brassfield, D., Hernandez, A., Lao, S., Perez, R., Valdez, O., Rutishauser Yorke, S. (2012) Liana abundance, diversity and distribution on Barro Colorado Island, Panama Plos One, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0052114 pdf

74. Dalling, J.W., Schnitzer, S.A., Baldeck, C., Harms, K.E., John, R., Mangan, S.A., Lobo, E., Yavitt, J.B., and Hubbell, S.P. (2012) Resource-based habitat associations in a neotropical liana community. Journal of Ecology 100:1174-1182 pdf

73. Andersen, K., Turner, B.L., and Dalling, J.W. (2012) Trait-based community assembly of understory palms along a soil nutrient gradient in a lower montane tropical forest Oecologia 168:519-531 pdf

72. Lasso, E., Dalling, J.W, and Bermingham, E. (2012) Tropical understory Piper shrubs maintain high levels of genotypic diversity despite frequent asexual recruitment. Biotropica 44:35-43 pdf

71. Lasso, E., Dalling, J.W, and Bermingham, E. (2011) Strong spatial genetic structure in five tropical Piper species: should the Baker-Federov hypothesis be revived for tropical shrubs?Ecology and Evolution 1:502-516 pdf

70. Punyasena, S., Dalling, J.W, Jaramillo, C., and Turner, B.L. (2011) Comment on the "The response of vegetation on the Andean flank of western Amazonia to Pleistocene climate change Science 333:1825 pdf

69. Dalling, J.W., Davis, A.S., Schutte, B.J., and Arnold, A.E. (2011) Seed survival in soil: Interacting effects of predation, dormancy and the soil microbial community. Journal of Ecology 99:89-95 pdf

68. Pizano, C., Mangan, S.A., Herre, E.A., Eom, A-H., and Dalling, J.W. (2011) Above and below-ground interactions drive habitat segregation between two cryptic species of the tropical pioneer genus Trema. Ecology 92:47-56 pdf

67. Dalling, J. W., Barkan, P., Bellingham, P.J., Healey, J.R., Tanner, E.V.J., Toro Murillo, J. (2011) Ecology and distribution of neotropical Podocarpaceae. In Challenging Angiosperm dominance: Podocarpaceae in Tropical Forests Smithsonian Contributions to Botany 95:43-56 pdf

66. Cernusak, L., Adie, H., Bellingham, P.J., Biffin, E., Brodribb, T.J., Coomes, D.A., Dalling, J.W., Dickie, I.A., Enright, N.J., Kitayama, K., Ladd, P.G., Lambers, H., Lawes, M.J., Lusk, C.H., Morley, R.J., and Turner, B.L. (2011) Podocarpaceae in tropical forests: a synthesis. In Challenging Angiosperm dominance: Podocarpaceae in Tropical Forests. Smithsonian Contributions to Botany 95:189-196 pdf

65. Andersen, K., Corre, M., Turner, B.L., and Dalling, J.W. (2010) Plant-soil associations in lower montane tropical forest: physiological acclimation and herbivore-mediated responses to nitrogen addition. Functional Ecology 24:1171-1180 pdf

64. Wright, S.J. Kitajima, K., Kraft, N.J.B, Reich, P.B., Wright, I.J., Bunker, D.E., Condit, R., Dalling, J.W., Davies, S.J., Diaz, S., Engelbrecht, B.M.J., Harms, K.E., Hubbell, S.P., Marks, C.O., Ruiz-Jaen, M.C., Salvador, C.M., and Zanne, A.E. (2010) Functional traits and the growth-mortality tradeoff in tropical trees. Ecology 91:3664-3674 pdf

63. Gallery, R.E., Moore, D.J.P., and Dalling, J.W. (2010) Interspecific variation in susceptibility to fungal pathogens in seeds of ten tree species in the neotropical genus Cecropia. Journal of Ecology 98:147-155 pdf

62. Andersen, K., Turner, B.L., and Dalling, J.W. (2010) Soil-based habitat partitioning in understory palms in lower montane tropical forests Journal of Biogeography 37:278-292pdf

61. Dalling, J.W., Pearson, T.R.H., Ballesteros, J., Sanchez, E., and Burslem, D.F.R.P. (2009) Habitat partitioning among neotropical pioneers: a consequence of differential susceptibility to browsing herbivores? Oecologia 161:361-370 pdf

60. Sanchez, E., Gallery, R., and Dalling, J.W. (2009) The importance of nurse logs as a substrate for the regeneration of pioneer tree species on Barro Colorado Island, Panama Journal of Tropical Ecology 25:429-437 pdf

59. Lasso, E., Engelbrecht, B.M.J., and Dalling, J.W. (2009) When sex is not enough: the ecological correlates of resprouting capacity in congeneric tropical forest shrubs Oecologia 161:43-56 pdf

58. U'Ren, J.M., Dalling, J.W., Gallery, R.E., Maddison, D.R., Davis, E.C., Gibson, C.M., and Arnold A.E. (2009) Diversity and evolutionary origins of fungi associated with seeds of a neotropical pioneer tree: a case study for analyzing fungal environmental samples. Mycological Research, 113:432-449 pdf

57. Dalling, J.W., and Brown T.A. (2009) Long-term persistence of pioneer seeds in tropical rain forest soil seed banks American Naturalist 173:531-535 pdf

56. Berberis, I.M., and Dalling, J.W. (2008) The effect of light, seed size and biomass removal on cotyledon reserve use and root biomass in Gustavia superba seedlings Journal of Tropical Ecology 24:607-617 pdf

55. Daws, M.I., Crabtree, L.M., Dalling, J.W., Mullins, C.E., and Burslem, D.F.R.P. (2008) Germination responses to water potential in neotropical pioneers suggest larger seeded species take more risks. Annals of Botany 102:945-951pdf

54. Marthews, T.R., Mullins C.E., Dalling, J.W., and Burslem, D.F.R.P (2008) Burial and secondary dispersal of small seeds in a tropical forest. Journal of Tropical Ecology 24:595-605 pdf

53. Dalling, J.W., and John R. C. (2008) Recruitment limitation and Coexistence of Pioneer species. Chapter 14, Pages 242-253 in Tropical Forest Community Ecology (Eds: Carson WP and Schnitzer SA), Blackwell Science pdf

52. Dalling, J.W., and Burslem, D.F.R.P. (2008) Anthropogenic Disturbance in Tropical Forests: Towards a functional understanding of seedling responses. Chapter 16, Pages 332-351 in Seedlings: Ecology and Evolution (Ed. Leck, M). Cambridge University Press pdf

51. Dalling, J.W. (2008) Pioneer species In: Encyclopedia of Ecology, Elsevier Press pdf

50. Kluger, C.G., Dalling, J.W., Gallery, R.E., Sanchez, E., Weeks-Galindo, C., and Arnold A.E. (2008) Prevalent host-generalism among fungi association with the seeds of four neotropical pioneer species. Journal of Tropical Ecology 24:351-354 pdf

49. Gallery, R.E., Dalling J.W., Wolfe, B.T., and Arnold A.E. (2007) The influence of litter, seed bank density and fungi on Cecropia seed survival. Chapter 22, Pages 479-498 in Frugivory and Seed Dispersal: Theory and Application in a Changing World Volume 4 (Eds: Wescott D, Dennis A, and Schupp EW), CABI pdf

48. Kikuchi, D.W., Lasso, E., Dalling, J.W., and Nur, N. (2007) Pollinators and pollen dispersal of Piper dilatatum on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. Journal of Tropical Ecology 23:603-606 pdf

47. John, R.C., Dalling, J.W., Harms, K.E., Yavitt, J.B., Stallard, R.F., Mirabello, M., Hubbell, S.P., Valencia, R., Navarrete, H., Vallejo, M., and Foster, R.B. (2007) Soil nutrients influence spatial distributions of tropical tree species. PNAS, 104:864-869 pdf

46. Gallery, R., Dalling J.W., and Arnold, A.E (2007) Diversity, host affinity and distribution of seed-infecting fungi: a case-study with neotropical Cecropia. Ecology, 83:582-588 pdf

45. Engelbrecht B.M.J, Dalling J.W., Pearson T.R.H, Wolf R.L., Galvez D.A., Koehler T., Ruiz M.C., Kursar T.A. (2006) Short dry spells in the wet season increase mortality of tropical pioneer seedlings. Oecologia, 148:258-269 pdf

44. Daws, M.I., Pearson, T.R.H., Burslem, D.F.R.P., Mullins, C.E., and Dalling, J.W. (2005) Interactions of topographic position, litter, and seed size on seedling demography in a semi-deciduous tropical forest in Panama. Plant Ecology, 179:93-105 pdf

43. Dalling, J.W., and Burslem D.F.R.P. (2005) Role of life-history and performance trade-offs in the equalization and differentiation of tropical tree species. Pages 65-88 in Biotic Interactions in the Tropics (Burslem D., Pinard, M., and Hartley, S. editors). Cambridge University Press, UK pdf

42. Fornara D.A. and Dalling J.W. (2005) Seed bank dynamics in five Panamanian forests. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 21:223-226 pdf

41. Fornara D.A., and Dalling J.W. (2005) Post-dispersal removal of seeds of pioneer species from five Panamanian forests. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 21:79-84 pdf

40. Wehncke E.V., and Dalling J.W. (2005) Post-dispersal removal and germination of seeds dispersed by Cebus capuchinus. Biotropica, 37:73-80 pdf

39. Dalling J.W. (2004) The fate of seed banks: factors affecting seed survival for light-demanding species in tropical forests. Pages 31-44 in Seed Fate: Predation, dispersal and seedling establishment (Forget, PM., Lambert, JE., Hulme, PE., and Vander Wall, S. editors). CABI, Wallingford, UK pdf

38. Muller-Landau, H., Dalling, J.W., Harms, K.E., and Wright, S.J. (2004) Seed dispersal and density-dependent seed and seedling survival in Trichilia tuberculata and Miconia argentea. Pages 340-362 In E.C. Losos, and E.G. Leigh Jr. (eds.) Tropical Forest Diversity and Dynamism: Findings from a Large-scale Plot network.  Chicago University Press, Chicago. pdf

37. Dalling J.W., Winter K. and Hubbell S.P. (2004) Variation in growth responses of neotropical pioneer species to simulated gaps. Functional Ecology, 18:725-736 pdf

36. Yesson, C., Russell, S.J., Parrish, T., Dalling, J.W., and Garwood, N.C. (2004) A phylogenetic framework for Trema (Celtidaceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 248:85-109. pdf

35. Silvera, K., Skillman, J.B., and Dalling, J.W. (2003). Seed germination, seedling growth and habitat partitioning in two morphotypes of the tropical pioneer tree Trema micrantha in a seasonal forest in Panama. Journal of Tropical Ecology 19:27-34. pdf

34. Pearson, T.R.H., Burslem, D.F.R.P., Mullins C.E., and Dalling J.W. (2003) Functional significance of photoblastic germination in neotropical pioneer trees: A seed's eye view. Functional Ecology 17:394-402.pdf

33. Wehncke, E.V., Hubbell S.P., Foster R.B., and Dalling J.W. (2003) Seed dispersal patterns produced by white-faced monkeys: Implications for the dispersal limitation of neotropical tree species. Journal of Ecology 91:677-685. pdf

32. Pearson, T.R.H., Burslem, D.F.R.P., Goeriz, R.E., and Dalling, J.W. (2003) Interactions of gap size and herbivory on establishment, growth and survival of three species of neotropical pioneer trees. Journal of Ecology 91:785-796. pdf

31. Pearson, T.R.H., Burslem, D.F.R.P., Goeriz R.E., and Dalling, J.W. (2003) Regeneration niche partitioning in neotropical pioneers: effects of gap size, seasonal drought and herbivory on growth and survival. Oecologia 137:456-465. pdf

30. Daws, M.I., Mullins, C.E., Burslem, D.F.R.P., Paton, S., and Dalling, J.W. (2002). Topographic position affects the water regime in a semideciduous tropical forest in Panama. Plant and Soil 238:79-90. pdf

29. Velasquez-Runk, J. and Dalling, J.W. (2002). La artesania de la tagua y el cocobolo en las comunidades Wounaan y Embera de Darien. Pp. 187-192 in S. Heckado-Moreno (ed.)  Panama: Puente Biologico.  Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama. pdf

28. Daws, M.I., Burslem, D.F.R.P, Crabtree, L.M., Kirkman, P., Mullins, C.E., and Dalling, J.W. (2002). Differences in seed germination responses may promote coexistence of four sympatric Piper species. Functional Ecology 16:258-267. pdf

27. Dalling, J.W. (2002) Ecologia de semillas. Pp. 345 - 375 in  M. Guariguata  and G. Kattan (eds.) Ecologia y conservacion de Bosques Neotropicales.  Libro Universitario Regional, Cartago, Costa Rica. pdf

26. Dalling, J.W. and Hubbell S.P. (2002) Seed size, growth rate and gap microsite conditions as determinants of recruitment success for pioneer species.  Journal of Ecology 90:557-568. pdf

25. Dalling, J.W., Muller-Landau, H.C., Wright, S.J., and Hubbell, S.P. (2002) Role of dispersal in the recruitment limitation of neotropical pioneer species. Journal of Ecology 90:714-727. pdf

24. Pearson, T.R.H., Burslem, D.F.R.P, Mullins, C.E., and Dalling, J.W. (2002) Germination ecology of neotropical pioneers: Interacting effects of environmental conditions and seed size. Ecology 83:2798-2807. pdf

23. Dalling, J.W., Winter, K., Nason, J.D., Hubbell, S.P., Murawski, D.A., and Hamrick, J.L. (2001). The unusual case of Alseis blackiana: A shade-persistent pioneer tree? Ecology 82:933-945. pdf

22. Krause, G.H., Koroleva O.Y., Dalling, J.W., and Winter, K. (2001). Acclimation of tropical tree seedlings to excessive light in simulated tree-fall gaps. Plant, Cell and Environment 24:1345-1352. pdf

21. Harms, K.E. and Dalling, J.W. (2000). Successful bruchid beetle and seedling emergence from a single diaspore of Attalea butyracea. Journal of Tropical Ecology 16:319-325. pdf

20. Schnitzer, S.A., Dalling, J.W., and Carson, W.P. (2000). The impact of lianas on tree regeneration in tropical forest canopy gaps: Evidence for an alternative pathway of gap-phase regeneration. Journal of Ecology 88:655-666. pdf

19. Dalling, J.W. and Harms, K.E. (1999). Damage tolerance and cotyledonary resource use in the tropical tree Gustavia superba. Oikos 85:257-264. pdf

18. Dalling, J.W., Lovelock, C.E., and Hubbell, S.P. (1999). Growth responses of two neotropical pioneer seedlings to simulated forest gap environments. Journal of Tropical Ecology 15:827-839. pdf

17. Dalling, J.W., Swaine, M.D., and Garwood, N.C. (1998) Dispersal patterns and seed bank dynamics of pioneer tree species in moist tropical forest, Panama. Ecology 79:564-578. pdf

16. Tyree, M.T., Velez, V., and Dalling, J.W. (1998) Growth dynamics of root and shoot hydraulic conductance in seedlings of five neotropical tree species: Scaling to show possible adaptation to differing light regimes. Oecologia 114:293-298. pdf

15. Dalling J.W., Hubbell, S.P., and Silvera, K. (1998). Seed dispersal, seedling emergence and gap partitioning in gap-dependent tropical tree species. Journal of Ecology 86:674-689. pdf

14. Dalling, J.W. and Denslow, J.S. (1998). Changes in soil seed bank composition along a chronosequence of lowland secondary tropical forest, Panama. Journal of Vegetation Science 9:669-678. pdf

13. Dalling, J.W. and Wirth, R. (1998). Dispersal of Miconia argentea seeds by the leaf-cutting ant, Atta colombica. Journal of Tropical Ecology 14:705-710. pdf

12. Harms, K.E., Dalling, J.W., and Aizprua, R. (1997). Cotyledonary resprouting capacity of Gustavia superba (Lecythidaceae). Biotropica 29:234-237. pdf

11. Harms, K.E. and Dalling, J.W. (1997). Damage and herbivory tolerance through resprouting as an advantage of large seed size in tropical trees and lianas. Journal of Tropical Ecology 13:481-490. pdf

10. Dalling, J.W., Harms, K.E., and Aizprua, R. (1997) Seed damage tolerance and seedling resprout ability of Prioria copaifera ('El Cativo'). Journal of Tropical Ecology 13:617-621. pdf

9. Dalling, J.W., Swaine, M.D., Garwood, N.C. (1997) Soil seed bank community dynamics in seasonally moist lowland forest, Panama. Journal of Tropical Ecology 13:659-680. pdf

8. Dalling, J.W., Harms, K.E., Candenado, I., and Eberhard, J. (1996). Natural history and uses of vegetable ivory (Phytelephus seemannii) in Panama. Principes 40:16-23. pdf

7. Dalling, J.W. and Tanner, E.V.J. (1995). An experimental study of regeneration on landslides in montane forest in Jamaica. Journal of Ecology 83:55-64. pdf

6. Dalling, J.W., Swaine, M.D., and Garwood, N.C. (1995). Effect of soil depth on seedling emergence in tropical soil seed-bank investigations. Functional Ecology 9:119-121. pdf

5. Harms, K.E. and Dalling, J.W. (1995). Seasonal consistency in germination timing in the palm Scheelia zonensis. Principes 39:104-106. pdf

4. Dalling, J.W. (1995). Effects of litter removal and soil scarification on seed germination in a Jamaican montane rain forest. Caribbean Journal of Science 31:223-230. pdf

3. Dalling, J.W. (1994). The vegetation colonization on landslides in the Blue Mountains, Jamaica. Biotropica 26:392-399. pdf

2. Dalling, J.W. and Iremonger, S.F. (1994) Landslide disturbance in the Blue Mountains, Jamaica. Caribbean Journal of Science 30:290-292. pdf

1. Bellingham, P.J., Kapos, V., Varty, N., Healey, J.R., Tanner, E.V.J., Kelly, D.L., Dalling, J.W., Burns, L.S., Lee, D., and Sidrak, G. (1992). Hurricanes need not cause high mortality: The effects of Hurricane Gilbert on forests in Jamaica. Journal of Tropical Ecology 8:217-223. pdf

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