Life History & Plant Population Biology Publications

  1. Young, T.P. 1981.   A general model of comparative fecundity for semelparous and iteroparous life histories.   American Naturalist 118: 27-36. pdf
  2. Smith, A.P. & T.P. Young. 1982.   The cost of reproduction in Senecio keniodendron, a giant rosette plant of Mount Kenya.   Oecologia 55: 243-247. pdf
  3. Young, T.P. 1982.   Bird visitation, seed set, and germination rates in two Lobelia species on Mount Kenya.   Ecology 68: 1983-1986. pdf
  4. Young, T.P. 1984.   Comparative demography of semelparous Lobelia telekii and iteroparous Lobelia keniensis on Mount Kenya.   Journal of Ecology 72: 637-650. pdf
  5. Young, T.P. 1985.   Lobelia telekii herbivory, mortality, and size at reproduction: variation with growth rate.   Ecology 66: 1879-1883. pdf
  6. Young, T.P. & W.K. Lindsay. 1988.   Role of even-aged population structure in the disappearance of Acacia xanthophloea woodlands.   African Journal of Ecology 26:69-72.
  7. Young, T.P.   1990.   The evolution of semelparity in Mount Kenya lobelias.   Evolutionary Ecology 4: 157-171. pdf
  8. Young, T.P. & C.K. Augspurger.   1991.   Ecology and evolution of long-lived semelparous plants.   Trends in Ecology and Evolution 6: 285-289. pdf
  9. Young, T.P. & C. Francombe.   1991.   Growth and yield estimates in natural stands of leleshwa (Tarconanthus camphoratus) .   Forest Ecology and Management 41: 309-321. pdf
  10. Young, H.J. & T.P. Young.   1992.   Alternative outcomes of natural and experimental high pollen loads.   Ecology 73: 639-647. pdf
  11. Young, T.P. 1994.   Population Biology of Mount Kenya Lobelias.   Pages 251-272 in: Tropical Alpine Environments: Plant Form and Function . P.W. Rundel, A.P. Smith & F.C. Meinzer, eds.   Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  12. Smith, A.P. & T.P. Young. 1994.   Population biology of Senecio keniodendron (Compositae), an giant African rosette species.   Pages 273-293 in: Tropical Alpine Environments: Plant Form and Function. P.W. Rundel, A.P. Smith & F.C. Meinzer, eds.   Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  13. Young, T.P.   1995.   Life History Evolution, by S.C. Stearns.   Plant Genetics Newsletter 10:30 (book review).
  14. Okello, B.D., T.G. O'Connor, & T.P. Young. 2001. Growth, biomass estimates, and charcoal production of Acacia drepanolobium in Laikipia, Kenya.   Forest Ecology & Management 142:143-153. pdf
  15. Young, T. P. 2002.   The Poppy Paradox and a novel derivation for the demographic conditions favoring the evolution of semelparity.    Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 83:121-123. pdf
  16. Lesica, P. & T.P. Young. 2005. Demographic model explains life history evolution in Arabis fecunda.   Functional Ecology 19:471-477. pdf
  17. Isbell, L.A. T.P. Young, K.E. Jaffe, A.A. Carlson, & R.L. Chancellor. 2009. Demography and life history of sympatric patas monkeys (Erythrocebus patas) and vervets (Cercopithecus aethiops) in Laikipia, Kenya. International Journal of Primatology 30:103-124. pdf
  18. Young, T.P. Semelparity and Iteroparity.2010.  Nature Education Knowledge 1(9):2. web link
  19. Maclean, J.E., J.R. Goheen, D.F. Doak, T.M. Palmer & T.P. Young. 2011. Cryptic herbivores mediate the strength and form of ungulate impacts on a long-lived savanna tree. Ecology 92:1626–1636.
  20. Porensky, L.M., K.J. Vaughn & T.P. Young. 2012. Can initial intraspecific spatial aggregation increase multi-year diversity by creating temporal priority? Ecological Applications 22:927-936.
  21. Young, T.P., E.M. Zefferman, K.J. Vaughn & S. Fick. 2015. Initial success of native grasses is contingent on interacting annual grass competition, temporal priority, rainfall, and site effects. AoB PLANTS 7:plu08.
  22. Young, T.P. and K.E. Veblen. 2015. Strong recruitment from sparse plug plantings of native California bunchgrasses. Grasslands 25:9-11.
  23. Wolf, K.M. and T.P. Young. 2016. Summer watering at restored native grassland sites flushes an annual exotic seed bank but fails to increase native perennial cover. Ecosphere 7:e01309.
  24. Morales, L.V., C.S. Sevillano-Rios, S. Fick, and T.P. Young. 2018. Differential seedling regeneration patterns across forest-grassland ecotones in two tropical treeline species (Polylepis spp.). Austral Ecology 43:514-526.
  25. Werner, C. D. Young, H. Safford, T.P. Young. 201x. Conifer regeneration contingent on interacting abiotic and biotic factors. Submitted to Ecological Applications.