Eck, J. L., Hernández Hassan, L., & Comita, L. S. (2024). Intraspecific plant-soil feedback in four tropical tree species is inconsistent in a field experiment. American Journal of Botany e16331. PDF

Eck, J. L., Delavaux, C. S., Wilson, D. M., Queenborough, S. A., & Comita, L. S. (2023). Seedling performance in a dioecious tree species is similar near female and male conspecific adults despite differences in colonization by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Oikos e09974. PDF

Eck, J. L., Kytöviita, M.-M., & Laine, A.-L. (2022). Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi influence host infection during epidemics in a wild plant pathosystem. New Phytologist 236(5): 1922-1935. PDF

Eck, J. L., Barrès, B., Soubeyrand, S., Siren, J., Numminen, E., & Laine, A.-L. (2022). Strain diversity and spatial distribution are linked to epidemic dynamics in host populations. The American Naturalist 199(1). doi: 10.1086/717179. PDF

Halliday, F.W., Penczykowski, R.M., Barrès, B., Eck. J.L., Numminen, E., & Laine, A.-L. (2020). Facilitative priority effects drive parasite assembly under coinfection. Nature Ecology & Evolution (4): 1510–1521. PDF

Eck, J. L., Stump, S. M., Delavaux, C. S., Mangan, S. A., & Comita, L. S. (2019). Evidence of within-species specialization by soil microbes and the implications for plant community diversity. PNAS 116 (15): 7371-7376. PDF

Murphy, S. J., Audino, L. D., Whitacre, J., Eck, J. L., Wenzel, J. W., Queenborough, S., & Comita, L. S. (2015). Species associations structured by environment and land-use history promote beta-diversity in a temperate forest. Ecology 96: 705-715. PDF

Comita, L. S., Queenborough, S. A., Murphy, S. J., Eck, J. L., Xu, K., Krishnadas, M., Beckman, N. G., & Zhu, Y. (2014). Testing predictions of the Janzen-Connell hypothesis: a meta-analysis of experimental evidence for distance- and density-dependent seed and seedling survival. Journal of Ecology 102: 845-856. PDF