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Tomasz E. Koralewski
Tomasz E. Koralewski
Department of Ecology and Conservation Biology, Texas A&M University
Verified email at tamu.edu
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Evolution of exon-intron structure and alternative splicing
TE Koralewski, KV Krutovsky
PLOS ONE 6 (3), e18055, 2011
1072011
The Douglas-fir genome sequence reveals specialization of the photosynthetic apparatus in Pinaceae
DB Neale, PE McGuire, NC Wheeler, KA Stevens, MW Crepeau, ...
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 7 (9), 3157-3167, 2017
1052017
Socio-technical scales in socio-environmental modeling: Managing a system-of-systems modeling approach
T Iwanaga, HH Wang, SH Hamilton, V Grimm, TE Koralewski, A Salado, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 135, 104885, 2021
732021
Exome genotyping, linkage disequilibrium and population structure in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.)
M Lu, KV Krutovsky, CD Nelson, TE Koralewski, TD Byram, CA Loopstra
BMC Genomics 17, 730, 2016
652016
Predicted range expansion of Chinese tallow tree (Triadica sebifera) in forestlands of the southern United States
HH Wang, WE Grant, TM Swannack, J Gan, WE Rogers, TE Koralewski, ...
Diversity and Distributions 17 (3), 552-565, 2011
562011
Plants on the move: Assisted migration of forest trees in the face of climate change
TE Koralewski, HH Wang, WE Grant, TD Byram
Forest Ecology and Management 344, 30-37, 2015
552015
Parentage versus two‐generation analyses for estimating pollen‐mediated gene flow in plant populations
J Burczyk, TE Koralewski
Molecular Ecology 14 (8), 2525-2537, 2005
502005
Integrated modelling of the life cycle and aeroecology of wind-borne pests in temporally-variable spatially-heterogeneous environment
HH Wang, WE Grant, NC Elliott, MJ Brewer, TE Koralewski, JK Westbrook, ...
Ecological Modelling 399, 23-38, 2019
322019
Integrating spread dynamics and economics of timber production to manage Chinese tallow invasions in Southern U.S. forestlands
HH Wang, WE Grant, J Gan, WE Rogers, TM Swannack, TE Koralewski, ...
PLOS ONE 7 (3), e33877, 2012
302012
Integrating models of atmospheric dispersion and crop-pest dynamics: Linking detection of local aphid infestations to forecasts of region-wide invasion of cereal crops
TE Koralewski, HH Wang, WE Grant, MJ Brewer, NC Elliott, JK Westbrook, ...
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 113 (2), 79–87, 2020
202020
Coupling general physical environmental process models with specific question-driven ecological simulation models
TE Koralewski, JK Westbrook, WE Grant, HH Wang
Ecological Modelling 405, 102-105, 2019
172019
Pinaceae show elevated rates of gene turnover that are robust to incomplete gene annotation
C Casola, TE Koralewski
The Plant Journal 95 (5), 862-876, 2018
142018
Toward near-real-time forecasts of airborne crop pests: Aphid invasions of cereal grains in North America
TE Koralewski, HH Wang, WE Grant, JH LaForest, MJ Brewer, NC Elliott, ...
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 179, 105861, 2020
112020
Understory upheaval: factors influencing Japanese stiltgrass invasion in forestlands of Tennessee, United States
LZ Culpepper, HH Wang, TE Koralewski, WE Grant, WE Rogers
Botanical Studies 59, 20, 2018
112018
Species distribution model for management of an invasive vine in forestlands of eastern Texas
HH Wang, TE Koralewski, EK McGrew, WE Grant, TD Byram
Forests 6 (12), 4374–4390, 2015
112015
Molecular evolution of drought tolerance and wood strength related candidate genes in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.)
TE Koralewski, JE Brooks, KV Krutovsky
Silvae Genetica 63 (1-2), 59-66, 2014
112014
Natural enemies, mediated by landscape and weather conditions, shape response of the sorghum agroecosystem of North America to the invasive aphid Melanaphis sorghi
MJ Brewer, NC Elliott, IL Esquivel, AL Jacobson, AM Faris, A Szczepaniec, ...
Frontiers in Insect Science 2, 830997, 2022
102022
Recruitment of natural enemies of the invasive sugarcane aphid vary spatially and temporally in sorghum fields in the Southern Great Plains of the USA
N Elliott, K Giles, M Brewer, A Szczepaniec, A Knutson, JP Michaud, ...
Southwestern Entomologist 46 (2), 357-372, 2021
102021
Where do all the aphids go? A series of thought experiments within the context of area-wide pest management
HH Wang, WE Grant, TE Koralewski, NC Elliott, MJ Brewer, JK Westbrook
Agricultural Systems 185, 102957, 2020
102020
Modeling the dispersal of wind-borne pests: Sensitivity of infestation forecasts to uncertainty in parameterization of long-distance airborne dispersal
TE Koralewski, HH Wang, WE Grant, MJ Brewer, NC Elliott, JK Westbrook
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 301-302, 108357, 2021
92021
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