Jane Stout
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Non-bee insects are important contributors to global crop pollination
R Rader, I Bartomeus, LA Garibaldi, MPD Garratt, BG Howlett, R Winfree, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (1), 146-151, 2016
A global synthesis reveals biodiversity-mediated benefits for crop production
M Dainese, EA Martin, MA Aizen, M Albrecht, I Bartomeus, R Bommarco, ...
Science advances 5 (10), eaax0121, 2019
Bees prefer foods containing neonicotinoid pesticides
SC Kessler, EJ Tiedeken, KL Simcock, S Derveau, J Mitchell, S Softley, ...
Nature 521 (7550), 74-76, 2015
Multiple stressors on biotic interactions: how climate change and alien species interact to affect pollination
O Schweiger, JC Biesmeijer, R Bommarco, T Hickler, PE Hulme, S Klotz, ...
Biological Reviews 85 (4), 777-795, 2010
Ecological impacts of invasive alien species on bees
JC Stout, CL Morales
Apidologie 40 (3), 388-409, 2009
Can alloethism in workers of the bumblebee, Bombus terrestris, be explained in terms of foraging efficiency?
D Goulson, J Peat, JC Stout, J Tucker, B Darvill, LC Derwent, ...
Animal Behaviour 64 (1), 123-130, 2002
Colony growth of the bumblebee, Bombus terrestris, in improved and conventional agricultural and suburban habitats
D Goulson, W Hughes, L Derwent, J Stout
Oecologia 130, 267-273, 2002
Research trends in ecosystem services provided by insects
JA Noriega, J Hortal, FM Azcárate, MP Berg, N Bonada, MJI Briones, ...
Basic and applied ecology 26, 8-23, 2018
Agricultural policies exacerbate honeybee pollination service supply-demand mismatches across Europe
TD Breeze, BE Vaissière, R Bommarco, T Petanidou, N Seraphides, ...
PloS one 9 (1), e82996, 2014
The PREDICTS database: a global database of how local terrestrial biodiversity responds to human impacts
LN Hudson, T Newbold, S Contu, SLL Hill, I Lysenko, A De Palma, ...
Ecology and evolution 4 (24), 4701-4735, 2014
Effects of patch size and density on flower visitation and seed set of wild plants: a pan‐European approach
J Dauber, JC Biesmeijer, D Gabriel, WE Kunin, E Lamborn, B Meyer, ...
Journal of Ecology 98 (1), 188-196, 2010
The impact of biomass crop cultivation on temperate biodiversity
J Dauber, MB Jones, JC Stout
Gcb Bioenergy 2 (6), 289-309, 2010
Invasive plant integration into native plant–pollinator networks across Europe
M Vila, I Bartomeus, AC Dietzsch, T Petanidou, I Steffan-Dewenter, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1674), 3887-3893, 2009
The database of the PREDICTS (projecting responses of ecological diversity in changing terrestrial systems) project
LN Hudson, T Newbold, S Contu, SLL Hill, I Lysenko, A De Palma, ...
Ecology and evolution 7 (1), 145-188, 2017
The potential for indirect effects between co‐flowering plants via shared pollinators depends on resource abundance, accessibility and relatedness
LG Carvalheiro, JC Biesmeijer, G Benadi, J Fründ, M Stang, I Bartomeus, ...
Ecology letters 17 (11), 1389-1399, 2014
Meta-analysis reveals that pollinator functional diversity and abundance enhance crop pollination and yield
BA Woodcock, MPD Garratt, GD Powney, RF Shaw, JL Osborne, J Soroka, ...
Nature Communications 10 (1), 1481, 2019
Foraging bumblebees avoid flowers already visited by conspecifics or by other bumblebee species
D Goulson, SA Hawson, JC Stout
Animal Behaviour 55 (1), 199-206, 1998
Pollinators and pollination of oilseed rape crops (Brassica napus L.) in Ireland: ecological and economic incentives for pollinator conservation
DA Stanley, D Gunning, JC Stout
Journal of Insect Conservation 17, 1181-1189, 2013
The use of conspecific and interspecific scent marks by foraging bumblebees and honeybees
JC Stout, D Goulson
Animal behaviour 62 (1), 183-189, 2001
Alien plants associate with widespread generalist arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal taxa: evidence from a continental‐scale study using massively parallel 454 sequencing
M Moora, S Berger, J Davison, M Öpik, R Bommarco, H Bruelheide, ...
Journal of Biogeography 38 (7), 1305-1317, 2011
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