Amanda Lynn Buchanan
Michigan State University
I am a research ecologist primarily interested in how complex and variable environments influence species interactions. My work has focused on plant-insect interactions, ranging from plant-seedeating pollinator interactions in Sonoran night-blooming cacti, to plant-herbivore-pollinator feedbacks in Rocky Mountain wildflowers, to effects of herbivore identity on reproduction of invasive plants in Florida waterways, to crop-weed-pest interactions in organic agricultural systems, to my current work on plant-pest interactions in specialty vegetable crops.
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