Graciela García-Guzmán
Graciela García-Guzmán
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Endophytes versus biotrophic and necrotrophic pathogens—are fungal lifestyles evolutionarily stable traits?
L Delaye, G García-Guzmán, M Heil
Fungal Diversity 60 (1), 125-135, 2013
1432013
Patterns of leaf‐pathogen infection in the understory of a Mexican rain forest: incidence, spatiotemporal variation, and mechanisms of infection
G García‐Guzmán, R Dirzo
American Journal of Botany 88 (4), 634-645, 2001
1062001
Life histories of hosts and pathogens predict patterns in tropical fungal plant diseases
G García‐Guzmán, M Heil
New Phytologist 201 (4), 1106-1120, 2014
632014
Effect of litter on the incidence of leaf-fungal pathogens and herbivory in seedlings of the tropical tree Nectandra ambigens
G García-Guzmán, J Benítez-Malvido
Journal of Tropical Ecology, 171-177, 2003
522003
Impact of the flower smut Ustilago cynodontis (Ustilaginaceae) on the performance of the clonal grass Cynodon dactylon (Gramineae)
G García‐Guzmán, JJ Burdon
American journal of botany 84 (11), 1565-1571, 1997
391997
Regional and local patterns in the spatial distribution of the flower‐infecting smut fungus Sporisorium amphilophis in natural populations of its host Bothriochloa macra
G GARCÍA‐GUZMÁN, JJ Burdon, JE Ash, RB Cunningham
New Phytologist 132 (3), 459-469, 1996
341996
Life‐history strategies of plant pathogens: Distribution patterns and phylogenetic analysis
G García-Guzmán, E Morales
Ecology 88 (3), 589-596, 2007
322007
Effects of the systemic flower infecting-smut Ustilago bullata on the growth and competitive ability of the grass Bromus catharticus
G Garcia-Guzman, JJ Burdon, AO Nicholls
Journal of Ecology, 657-665, 1996
241996
Incidence of leaf pathogens in the canopy of a Mexican tropical wet forest
G García-Guzmán, R Dirzo
Plant Ecology 172 (1), 41-50, 2004
212004
Interactions between two rust fungi and their host plant Anemone nemorosa
G García‐Guzmán, A Wennström
Ecography 24 (1), 25-32, 2001
132001
Dilution effect of plant diversity on infectious diseases: latitudinal trend and biological context dependence
X Liu, L Chen, M Liu, G García‐Guzmán, GS Gilbert, S Zhou
Oikos 129 (4), 457-465, 2020
122020
Incidence, severity, and aggregation patterns of two sympatric dwarf mistletoe species (Arceuthobium spp.) in Central Mexico
M Queijeiro-Bolaños, Z Cano-Santana, G García-Guzmán
European Journal of Forest Research 133 (2), 297-306, 2014
122014
The concept of sexually transmitted diseases in plants: definition and applicability
A Wennström, L Ericson, G García-Guzmán
Oikos 100 (2), 397-402, 2003
112003
Plantpathogen-animal interactions in a tropical rain forest
G Garcia-Guzman, R Dirzo
Association for Tropical Biology Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, 4-8, 1991
111991
Foliar diseases in a seasonal tropical dry forest: Impacts of habitat fragmentation
G García-Guzmán, I Trejo, ME Sánchez-Coronado
Forest Ecology and Management 369, 126-134, 2016
92016
Análisis del papel de los caracteres foliares de Cnidoscolus (Euphorbiaceae) en la defensa contra herbívoros y patógenos
D Torres-González, G García-Guzmán
TIP. Revista especializada en ciencias químico-biológicas 17 (2), 126-134, 2014
72014
Environmental factors associated with disease incidence in plant species from a Mexican seasonal tropical dry forest1, 2
G García-Guzmán
The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 143 (3), 254-264, 2016
62016
Influence of plant abundance on disease incidence in a Mexican tropical forest
G García-Guzmán, R Dirzo, R Dirzo
Ecoscience 13 (4), 523-530, 2006
52006
Degree of domestication influences susceptibility of Theobroma cacao to frosty pod rot: a severe disease devastating Mexican cacao
VJ Albores-Flores, G García-Guzmán, FJ Espinosa-García, ...
Botanical Sciences 96 (1), 84-94, 2018
32018
Incidence of Fungal Necrotrophic and Biotrophic Pathogens in Pioneer and Shade‐tolerant Tropical Rain Forest Trees
G García‐Guzmán, FJ Espinosa‐García
Biotropica 43 (5), 604-611, 2011
32011
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