Phyllis D COLEY portrait
  • Research Affiliate, The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama
  • Distinguished Prof Emeritus, School Of Biological Sciences
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Publications

  • PHYLLIS D COLEY (date unknown). Global distribution of diet breadth in insect herbivores. PNAS. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1423042112. Accepted, .
  • Forister, Matthew L. (date unknown). The global distribution of diet breadth in insect herbivores. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 201423042. Accepted, .
  • Oliveira, Karla N. (date unknown). The Effect of Symbiotic Ant Colonies on Plant Growth: A Test Using an Azteca-Cecropia System. Public Library of Science (PLoS). Vol. 10(3), e0120351. Accepted, .
  • Endara, María-José (date unknown). Divergent evolution in antiherbivore defences within species complexes at a single Amazonian site. Wiley-Blackwell. n/a-n/a. Accepted, .
  • Spear, Erin R. (date unknown). Do pathogens limit the distributions of tropical trees across a rainfall gradient?. Wiley-Blackwell. n/a-n/a. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Brenes-Arguedas, T., A.B. Roddy, P.D. Coley and T.A. Kursar. 2010. Do differences in understory light contribute to species turnover along a tropical rainfall gradient? In press. Oecologia. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Moreno, E., T. Varughese, C. Spadafora, A.E. Arnold, P.D. Coley, T.A. Kursar, W.H. Gerwick and L. Cubilla-Rios. 2011. Chemical constituents of the new endophytic fungus Mycosphaerella sp. nov. and their anti-parasitic activity. Natural Products Communications: 6 (in press). Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Endara, M-J. and P.D. Coley. 2010. The Resource Availability Hypothesis revisited: a meta-analysis. In press. Functional Ecology. Accepted, .
  • Bixenmann, R.J. (date unknown). Developmental Changes in Direct and Indirect Defenses in the Young Leaves of the Neotropical Tree Genus Inga (Fabaceae). Biotropica (in press). Accepted, .
  • Guevara-Andino, J.E. (date unknown). A common but overlooked new species in the hyper-diverse genus Inga Mill. from the northwestern Amazon. Systematic Botany. Vol. 44, 536-547. Accepted, .
  • Dexter KG, Lavin M, Torke BM, Twyford AD, Kursar TA, Coley PD, Drake C, Hollands R, Pennington RT (date unknown). Dispersal assembly of rain forest tree communities across the Amazon basin. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Vol. 114, 2645-2650. Accepted, .
  • Endara, MJ (date unknown). Coevolutionary arms race versus host defense chase in a tropical herbivore-plant system. PNAS. Accepted, .
  • Endara MJ, Coley PD, Ghabash G, Nicholls JA, Dexter KG, Donoso DA, Stone GN, Pennington RT, Kursar TA (date unknown). Coevolutionary arms race versus host defense chase in a tropical herbivore-plant system. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Vol. 114, E7499-E7505. Accepted, .
  • Bixenmann RJ, Coley PD, Weinhold A, Kursar TA (date unknown). High herbivore pressure favors constitutive over induced defense. Ecology and evolution. Vol. 6, 6037-49. Accepted, .
  • Molinar, E. (date unknown). Coibanoles, a new class of meroterpenoids produced by Pycnoporus sanguineus. Tetrahedron Letters 53:919-922. Accepted, .
  • Endara, MJ (date unknown). Tracking of host defenses and phylogeny during the radiation of neotropical Inga-feeding sawflies (Hymenoptera; Argidae). Frontiers in Plant Science. Front. Plant Sci. Accepted, .
  • Bixenmann, RJ (date unknown). High herbivore pressure favors constitutive over induced defense. Ecology and Evolution. Accepted, .
  • Endara, M-J (date unknown). Divergent evolution in anti-herbivore defences within species complexes at a single Amazonian site. Journal of Ecology. Accepted, .
  • Schneider, G.F. (date unknown). Phenolics lie at the center of functional versatility in the responses of two phytochemically diverse tropical trees to canopy thinning. J. Experimental Botany. Vol. 70, 5853-5864. Accepted, .
  • Coley, PD (date unknown). Consequences of interspecific variation in defenses and herbivore host choice for the ecology and evolution of Inga, a speciose rainforest tree. Oecologia. Accepted, .
  • Sinimbu, G. (date unknown). Do the antiherbivore traits of developing leaves in the Neotrpical tree Inga paraensis (Fabaceae) vary with light availability? Oecologia 170:669-676. Accepted, .
  • Coley, P.D. (date unknown). Macroevolutionary patterns in overexpression of tyrosine: an anti-herbivore defence in a speciose tropical tree genus, Inga (Fabaceae). Journal of Ecology. Vol. 107, 620-1632. Accepted, .
  • Sousa JP, Aguilar-Pérez MM, Arnold AE, Rios N, Coley PD, Kursar TA, Cubilla-Rios L (date unknown). Chemical constituents and their antibacterial activity from the tropical endophytic fungus Diaporthe sp. F2934. Journal of applied microbiology. Vol. 120, 1501-8. Accepted, .
  • PHYLLIS D COLEY (date unknown). Chemical and bioactive natural products from Microthyriaceae sp., an endophytic fungus from a tropical grass. Letters in Applied Microbiology. doi:10.1111/lam.12245. Accepted, .
  • Sousa, J.P.B (date unknown). Chemical constituents and their antibacterial activity from the tropical endophytic fungus Diaporthe sp. F2934. Journal of Applied Microbiology. Accepted, .
  • Dexter, KG (date unknown). Dispersal assembly of rain forest tree communities across the Amazon basin. PNAS. Accepted, .
  • Forrister, D.L. (date unknown). Herbivores as drivers of negative density dependence in tropical forest saplings. Science. Accepted, .
  • Endara, M-J (date unknown). Chemocoding as an identification tool where morphological- and DNA-based methods fall short: Inga as a case study. New Phytologist. Accepted, .
  • Wiggins NL, Forrister DL, Endara MJ, Coley PD, Kursar TA (date unknown). Quantitative and qualitative shifts in defensive metabolites define chemical defense investment during leaf development in Inga, a genus of tropical trees. Ecology and evolution. Vol. 6, 478-92. Accepted, .
  • Wiggins, NL (date unknown). Quantitative and qualitative shifts in defensive metabolites define chemical defense investment during leaf development in Inga, a genus of tropical trees. Ecology and Evolution. Accepted, .
  • Higgins, K.L. (date unknown). Higgins, K.L., A.E. Arnold, P. Coley, T. Kursar. 2014. Communities of fungal endophytes in tropical forest grasses: highly diverse host- and habitat generalists characterized by strong spatial structure. Fungal Ecology 8:1-11. Accepted, .
  • Coley, P.D. (date unknown). Coley, P.D. and T.A. Kursar. 2014. Is the high diversity in tropical forests driven by the interactions between plants and their pests?" Science 343: 35-36. Accepted, .
  • Bixenmann, R.J. (date unknown). Bixenmann, R.J., P.D. Coley and T.A. Kursar. 2013. Developmental Changes in Direct and Indirect Defenses in the Young Leaves of the Neotropical Tree Genus Inga (Fabaceae). Biotropica 45:175-184. Accepted, .
  • Higginbotham, S.J. (date unknown). Higginbotham, S.J., A.E. Arnold, A. Ibañez, C. Spadafora, P.D. Coley and T.A. Kursar. 2013. Bioactivity of fungal endophytes as a function of endophyte taxonomy and the taxonomy and distribution of their host plants. PLoS ONE 8(9): e73192. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0073192. Accepted, .
  • Varughese, C. (date unknown). Antifungal depsidone metabolites from Cordyceps depterigena, an endophytic fungus antagonistic to the phytopathogen Gibberell fujikuroi. Tetrahedron Letters 53:1624-1626. Accepted, .
  • Richards, Lora A. (date unknown). Domatia morphology and mite occupancy of Psychotria horizontalis (Rubiaceae) across the Isthmus of Panama. Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 6(1):129-136. Accepted, .

Presentations

  • Entomological Society of America, Saint Louis, MO. , Presented, 2019.
  • Scripps - UCSD. , Presented, 2019.
  • CEBA (Center for the Study of Amazonian Biodiversity), University of Guyane, Cayenne, French Guiana, board of directors meeting (Oct 13-17). , Presented, 2019.
  • Phytochemical Society of North America, Johnson City, TN. Poster, Presented, 2019.
  • International Biogeography Society, Quito Ecuador. Poster, Presented, 2019.

Languages

  • Spanish, Functional.