Steven C Pennings
Steven C Pennings
Department of Biology and Biochemistry, University of Houston
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Functional-and abundance-based mechanisms explain diversity loss due to N fertilization
KN Suding, SL Collins, L Gough, C Clark, EE Cleland, KL Gross, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (12), 4387-4392, 2005
9622005
Forecasting the effects of accelerated sea‐level rise on tidal marsh ecosystem services
C Craft, J Clough, J Ehman, S Joye, R Park, S Pennings, H Guo, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 (2), 73-78, 2009
7702009
Salt marsh plant zonation: the relative importance of competition and physical factors
SC Pennings, RM Callaway
Ecology 73 (2), 681-690, 1992
6871992
Phenotypic plasticity and interactions among plants
RM Callaway, SC Pennings, CL Richards
Ecology 84 (5), 1115-1128, 2003
5452003
Plant zonation in low‐latitude salt marshes: disentangling the roles of flooding, salinity and competition
SC Pennings, MB GRANT, MD Bertness
Journal of ecology 93 (1), 159-167, 2005
5222005
Salt marsh communities
SC Pennings, MD Bertness
Marine community ecology 11, 289-316, 2001
3882001
Environmental and plant community determinants of species loss following nitrogen enrichment
CM Clark, EE Cleland, SL Collins, JE Fargione, L Gough, KL Gross, ...
Ecology letters 10 (7), 596-607, 2007
3312007
Epiphyte host preferences and host traits: mechanisms for species-specific interactions
RM Callaway, KO Reinhart, GW Moore, DJ Moore, SC Pennings
Oecologia 132 (2), 221-230, 2002
2952002
Linking biogeography and community ecology: latitudinal variation in plant–herbivore interaction strength
SC Pennings, BR Silliman
Ecology 86 (9), 2310-2319, 2005
2582005
The advantages of clonal integration under different ecological conditions: A community‐wide test
SC Pennings, RM Callaway
Ecology 81 (3), 709-716, 2000
2112000
Geographic variation in positive and negative interactions among salt marsh plants
SC Pennings, ER Selig, LT Houser, MD Bertness
Ecology 84 (6), 1527-1538, 2003
2022003
Impact of a parasitic plant on the structure and dynamics of salt marsh vegetation
SC Pennings, RM Callaway
Ecology 77 (5), 1410-1419, 1996
1951996
Parasitic plants: parallels and contrasts with herbivores
SC Pennings, RM Callaway
Oecologia 131 (4), 479-489, 2002
1932002
Selectivity and growth of the generalist herbivore Dolabella auricularia feeding upon complementary resources
SC Pennings, MT Nadeau, VJ Paul
Ecology 74 (3), 879-890, 1993
1851993
Latitudinal variation in herbivore pressure in Atlantic Coast salt marshes
SC Pennings, CK Ho, CS Salgado, K Więski, N Davé, AE Kunza, ...
Ecology 90 (1), 183-195, 2009
1762009
Latitudinal differences in plant palatability in Atlantic coast salt marshes
SC Pennings, EL Siska, MD Bertness
Ecology 82 (5), 1344-1359, 2001
1752001
Effect of plant toughness, calcification, and chemistry on herbivory by Dolabella auricularia
SC Pennings, VJ Paul
Ecology 73 (5), 1606-1619, 1992
1681992
Economic development and coastal ecosystem change in China
Q He, MD Bertness, JF Bruno, B Li, G Chen, TC Coverdale, AH Altieri, ...
Scientific reports 4 (1), 1-9, 2014
1642014
Feeding preferences of a generalist salt‐marsh crab: relative importance of multiple plant traits
SC Pennings, TH Carefoot, EL Siska, ME Chase, TA Page
Ecology 79 (6), 1968-1979, 1998
1501998
Do individual plant species show predictable responses to nitrogen addition across multiple experiments?
SC Pennings, CM Clark, EE Cleland, SL Collins, L Gough, KL Gross, ...
Oikos 110 (3), 547-555, 2005
1362005
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