Key publications

Campbell, S.A. and Vallano, D.M. (2018) Plant defences mediate interactions between herbivory and the direct foliar uptake of atmospheric reactive nitrogen. Nature Communications 9: 4743. PDF, 610KB

Johnson, M.T.J., Campbell, S.A. and Barrett, S.C.H. (2016) Coevolution of plant reproduction and defense against herbivores. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 46: 191-213. PDF, 612KB

Barman*, J.C., Campbell, S.A. and Zeng, X. (2016) Exposure to guava affects citrus olfactory cues and attractiveness to the citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri. Environmental Entomology: 45(3): 694-699. PDF, 254KB

Campbell, S.A. (2015) Ecological mechanisms for the coevolution of mating systems and defence.  New Phytologist 205: 1047-1053. PDF, 693KB

Campbell, S.A., R. Halitschke, J.S. Thaler, and A. Kessler. (2014) Plant mating systems affect adaptive plasticity in response to herbivory. The Plant Journal 78: 481-490. PDF cover and featured article, 249KB

Campbell, S.A.†  M. Stastny†. (2014) Benefits of gregarious feeding by aposematic caterpillars depend on group age structure. Oecologia 177: 715-722. PDF, 555KB

Campbell, S.A. and A. Kessler. (2013) Plant mating system transitions drive the macroevolution of defence strategies. PNAS 110: 3973-3978. PDF, 600KB

Campbell, S.A., J.S. Thaler and A. Kessler. (2013) Plant chemistry underlies herbivore-mediated inbreeding depression in nature. Ecology Letters 16: 252-260. PDF, 543KB

Chautá-Mellizo*, A., S.A. Campbell, M. Argenis Bonilla, J.S. Thaler, K. Poveda (2012) Effects of natural and artificial pollination on fruit and offspring quality. Basic and Applied Ecology 13: 524-532. PDF, 466KB

Campbell, S.A. and J.H. Borden (2009) Additive and synergistic integration of multimodal cues of both hosts and non-hosts during host selection by woodboring insects. Oikos 118(4): 553-563. PDF, 203KB

Stinson, K.A., S.A. Campbell, J.R. Powell, B.E. Wolfe, R.M. Callaway, G.C. Thelen, S.G. Hallett, D. Pratti, and J.N. Klironomos (2006) Invasive plant suppresses the growth of native tree seedlings by disrupting belowground mutualisms. PLoS Biology 4(5): 727-731. PDF, 661KB

* denotes undergraduate or graduate student co-author
† denotes equal contribution