Complete list of Keith Clay publications at Google Scholar:

A few recent representative publications include:

Quach, Q., Thrasher, T., Kowalski, K. P. and K. Clay. 2022. Fungal endophyte effects on invasive Phragmites australis performance in field and growth chamber environments. Fungal Ecology 57: 101153.

Quach, Q., Gardner, D. R., Clay, K. and D. Cook. 2022. Phylogenetic patterns of swainsonine presence in morning glories. Frontiers in Microbiology 13: 871148.

Ring, K., Couper, L., Sapiro, A., Yarza, F., Yang, F., Clay, K., Mateusiak, C., Chou, S., Swei, A. Host blood meal identity modifies vector gene expression and competence. Molecular Ecology 31: 2698-2711.

Farrer, E. C., Van Bael, S. A., Clay, K and M. K.H. Smith. 2022. Plant-microbial symbioses in coastal systems: their ecological importance and role in coastal restoration. Estuaries and Coasts 1-18.

Oh, D., Kowalski, K., Quach, Q., Wijesinghege, C., Tanford, P., Dassanayake, M. and K. Clay. 2022. Novel genome characteristics contribute to the invasiveness of Phragmites australis (common reed). Molecular Ecology 31: 1142-1159.

Beaulieu, W. T., Panaccione, D. G., Quach, Q. N., Miller, R. E., Ryan K. L. and K. Clay. 2021. Diversification of ergot alkaloids and hereditary fungal symbiosis in morning glories. Communications Biology 4: 1-11.

Wojan, C., Thrasher, T. and K. Clay. 2021. Distribution, dynamics, and diversity of questing ticks in the lower Midwest. Journal of Medical Entomology 59: 273-282.

Capps, K., Chapman, S., Clay, K., Fresnedo-Ramírez, J. and D. Potts. 2022. Reshaping the Tree of Life: Ecological implications of evolution in the Anthropocene. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 20: 111-116.

Goss, E., Kendig, A., Adhikari, A., Lane, B., Kortessis, N., Holt, R. D., Clay, K., Harmon, P. and L. Flory. 2020. Disease in invaded plant communities. Annual Review of Phytopathology 58: 97-117.

Whitaker, B., N. Christian, Q. Chai and K. Clay. 2020. Foliar microbiome community structure is independent of phylogenetic relatedness in an Asteraceae common garden. Ecology and Evolution 10:13895-13912.