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  简  历

  博士,研究员,美国籍,现为中科院昆明动物研究所生态学与环境保护中心主任,遗传资源与进化国家重点实验室PI。目前已分别在《Nature》、《Science》、《PNAS》、《PLoS Biology》、《Ecology Letters》、《Ecological Monographs》、《Ecology》、《American Naturalist》、《Evolution》、《J. Applied Ecology》、《J. Animal Ecology》和《Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B》等国际知名杂志发表论文80余篇。 

  主要学习经历 

  1998年1月-1998年.12月 英国Imperial College博士后 

  1993年1月-1997年12月 美国 Harvard University 生物与进化专业,获博士学位 

  1983年-1987年 美国Princeton University生物学专业,获学士学位 

  主要工作简历 

  2008年:中国科学院昆明动物研究所研究员 

  2000年:英国东安格理亚大学生命科学院(School of Biological Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK)终身讲师 

  1999年:英国帝国大学(Imperial College)NERC种群生态学中心(NERC Centre for Population Biology)博士后助理研究员 

  1999年:美国哈佛大学种群和群落生态学讲师

  

  研究方向

作为“生物学中的管理科学(management theory for biology)”的研究者,俞博士从寄主管理其未知共生体以及社会利用生物多样性为多数人谋利的角度出发,目前带领其研究组专注于以下两方面的科学研究:(1)建立并验证以微生物群落为主的共生模型的博弈理论;(2)建立“高通量条形码”技术以加快生物多样性评估。 

已阶段性完成的研究:(1)保护生物学和对热带森林保护的方针、政策(通过建立新的方法来评估亚马逊河流域森林中对脊椎动物狩猎的影响);(2)互利共栖的演化(阐明了榕树-榕小蜂以及蚂蚁-植物之间合作的稳定机制)。
  承担科研项目

物种间合作的演化(互利共栖)

榕树和榕小蜂:榕小蜂对榕树授粉,但也将卵产于榕树的种子内,于是植物必须采取措施限制小蜂的繁殖。我们用一个模型来解释两者间的互利共栖是如何得以维持的。我们研究发现榕小蜂选择具有高收益的胚珠产卵,它回避榕树外部的胚珠,因为这些胚珠受寄生小蜂攻击的概率更高。这样,榕树外部的胚珠能够变成种子,从而也保证了榕
树雌性组成的适合度。另外我们发现,在外部的胚珠上产卵需要花费更多的时间,并且外部胚珠中的雌性后代配对的可能性较小。简言之,我们的研究展示了如何通过第三方物种使得两个物种间的合作得以维持——即便这个第三方物种被认为是寄生的。该结果对许多互利共栖系统有重要的启示作用,因为大多数互利共栖涉及多个物种,其中也包括寄生物种,但是,目前的大多数的理论仅涉及两个物种。现在,我们正在研究在榕树内限制榕小蜂寿命的机制。

经济信息理论:目前,本人及合作者正在尝试建立一个新的互利共栖的理论。该项工作最初开始于蚂蚁-植物之间的互利共栖系统。在蚂蚁-植物的互利合作关系中,植物为蚂蚁提供栖居场所,作为回报,蚂蚁通过巡逻保护植物不被食草动物伤害。我们的实验发现如果植物的多数叶子都被食草动物采食后,其为蚂蚁栖居的场所就会被毁掉
(给蚂蚁的回报与蚂蚁的巡逻努力直接相关。在人类社会中一个类似的例子是学术界的晋升体制,它以发表的论文作为评判科研成果和质量的标准。

经济学领域有一套理论可以解释该类型的交互作用——信息经济学。植物雇用蚁群为其工作,它们和蚁群之间存在一种支付方案,这种方案与人类的雇用合同极为类似。基于上述想法,本人联合了六个国家的专家于2007年共同向欧洲科学基金会(European Science Foundation)提请了一项研究计划(BIOCONTRACT: The Evolution of Cooperation and Trading, www.esf.org/tect)。现在我们正在设计模型,期望能了解宿主何时会对共生体惩罚或奖励?这种惩罚或奖励的“度”是多少?宿主何时能使共生体产生“自我筛选”(selfscreen),使得只有互利共栖的共生体才能进入宿主体内?

在先前的工作中,本人和同事利用蚂蚁-植物的共生关系,建立并首次成功验证了一个物种共存的空间生态学模型。下一步我们将在已有的基础上利用遗传空间结构(spatial genetic structure)推断物种的扩散距离。

  专家类别
云南省高端科技人才;研究员
  社会任职
  获奖及荣誉
  代表论著

  1. He, D., Wu, R., Feng, Y., Li, Y., Ding, C. & Wang, W., Yu, D. W. 2014. China’s transboundary waters: Water and ecological security through applied ecology. Journal of Applied Ecology, 

  2. Bohmann, K., Evans, A., Gilbert, M.T.P., Carvalho, G.R., Creer, S., Knapp, M., Yu, D.W., de Bruyn, M. 2014. Environmental DNA for wildlife biology and biodiversity monitoring. TREE, 

  3. Edwards, D.P., Magrach, A., Woodcock, P., Lim, N.T.L., Edwards, F.A., Larsen, T.H., Hsu, W.W., Benedick, S., Khen, C.V., Chung, A.Y.C., Hamer, K.C., Wilcove, D.S., Yu, D.W. 2014. Quantifying the biological impacts of commercial logging and forest conversion to oil palm. Ecological Applications, 

  4. Bayliss, J., Schaafsma, M., Balmford, A., Burgess, N.D., Green, J.M.H., Madoffe, S.S., Okayasu, S., Peh, K.S-H., Platts, P.J., Yu, D.W. 2014. The current and future value of nature-based tourism in the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania. Ecosystem Services, 

  5. Kocher, S., L. Cai, Yang, W., Tan, H., Yi, S.V., Yang, X.Y., Hoekstra, H., Zhang, G.J., H. Pierce, N. E., Yu, D.W. 2013. The draft genome of a socially polymorphic halictid bee, Lasioglossum albipes. Genome Biology, 14: R142.  

  6. Liu, S.L., Li, Y.Y., Lu, J.L., Su, X., Tang, M., Zhou, L., Zhou, C., Yang, Q., Ji, Y.Q., Yu, D.W., and Zhou, X. 2013. SOAPBarcode: revealing arthropod biodiversity through assembly of Illumina shotgun sequences of PCR amplicons. Methods in Ecology & Evolution, 4, 1142–1150. 

  7. Ji, Y. Q., Ashton, L., Pedley, S. M., Edwards, D. P., Tang, Y., Nakamura, A., Kitching, R. L., Dolman, P., Woodcock, P., Edwards, F. A., Larsen, T. H., Hsu, W. W., Benedick, S., Hamer, K. C., Wilcove, D. S., Bruce, C., Wang, X. Y., Levi, T., Lott, M., Emerson, B. C. & Yu, D. W. 2013. Reliable, verifiable, and efficient monitoring of biodiversity via metabarcoding. Ecology Letters ,16: 1245–1257.  

  8. Seipke, R. F., J. Barke, D. Heavens, D. Yu, and M. I. Hutchings. 2013. Analysis of the bacterial communities associated with two ant-plant symbioses. Microbiology Open,,2: 276–283. 

  9. Yu, D. W., Shepard, G. H., Ohl-Schacherer, J. & Levi, T. 2013. Resolviendo el conflicto “parque-personas” en el Manu, con la estrategia ‘Ocupar la Amazonía’. Reporte Manu 2013: Pasión por la investigación en la Amazonía Peruana (eds. J. Groenendijk, A. Tovar & W. Wust), pp. 342–368. San Diego Zoo Global Peru y SERNANP, Lima, Peru. 

  10. Ramirez-Gonzalez, R., D. W. Yu, C. Bruce, D. Heavens, M. Caccamo, and B. C. Emerson 2013. PyroClean: Denoising pyrosequences from protein coding amplicons for the recovery of interspecific and intraspecific genetic variation. PLoS ONE, 8: e57615. 

  11. Beckschäfer, P., P. Mundhenk, C. Kleinn, Y. Ji, D.W. Yu and R.D. Harrison. 2013. Enhanced structural complexity index: an improved index for describing forest structural complexity. Open Journal of Forestry, 3:23-29. 

  12. Wang, H., J. Ridley, D. W. Dunn, R. W. Wang, J. M. Cook, and D. W. Yu. 2013. Biased oviposition and biased survival together help resolve a fig-wasp conflict. Oikos ,122:533–540. 

  13. Scheuring, I., Yu, D.W. 2012. How to assemble a beneficial microbiome in three easy steps. Ecology Letters, 15:1300-1307. 

  14. Yu, D.W., Ji, Y.Q., Emerson, B.C., Ding, Z.L., Wang, X.Y., Yang, C.Y., Ye, C.X. 2012. Biodiversity soup: Metabarcoding for rapid, large-scale biodiversity assessment and biomonitoring of arthropods. Methods in Ecology & Evolution, 3:613–623. 

  15. Shepard, G.H., Levi, T. Neves, E.G., Peres, C.A., Yu, D.W. 2012. Hunting in ancient and modern Amazonia: Rethinking sustainability. American Anthropologist, 114: 652–667.  

  16. Ye, C., Z. S. Ma, C. H. Cannon, M. Pop, and D. W. Yu. 2012. Exploiting sparseness in de novo genome assembly. BMC Bioinformatics, 13:S1. 

  17. Archetti, M., Scheuring, I., Hoffman, M., Frederickson, M.E., Pierce, N.E., Yu, D.W. 2011. Economic game theory for mutualism and cooperation. Ecology Letters, 14: 1300-1312. 

  18. Seipke, R.F., Barke, J., Ruiz-Gonzalez, M.X., Orivel, J., Yu, D.W., Hutchings, M.I. 2011. Fungus-growing Allomerus ants are associated with antibiotic-producing Actinobacteria. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, 101:443–447. 

  19. Seipke R.F., Barke J., Brearley C., Hill L., Yu D.W., Goss R.J.M. & Hutchings M.I. 2011. A single Streptomyces mutualist makes multiple antifungals to support the fungus farming ant Acromyrmex octospinosus. PLoS ONE, 6: e22028. 

  20. Dunn, D. W., S. Jansen-González, J. M. Cook, D. W. Yu, and R. A. S. Pereira. 2011. Measuring the discrepancy between fecundity and lifetime reproductive success in a pollinating fig wasp. Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata, 140:218-225. 

  21. Levi, T., Lu, F., Yu, D.W., Mangel, M. 2011. The behavior and diet breadth of central-place foragers: an application to human hunters and Neotropical game management. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 13: 171–185. 

  22. Levi, T., Shepard Jr., G.H., Ohl-Schacherer, J., Wilmers, C., Peres, C.A., Yu, D.W. 2011. Spatial tools for modeling the sustainability of subsistence hunting in tropical forests. Ecological Applications, 21: 1802-1818. 

  23. Wu R., Zhang S., Yu D.W., Zhao P., Li X., Wang L., Yu Q., Ma J., Chen A. & Long Y. 2011.. Effectiveness of China’s nature reserves in representing ecological diversity. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 9: 383-389.  

  24. Kirkby, C., Giudice, R., Day, B., Turner, R.K., Soares-Filho, B.F., Oliveira-Rodrigues, H., Yu, D.W. 2011. Closing the ecotourism-conservation loop in Amazonian Peru. Environmental Conservation, 38: 6-17. 

  25. Archetti, M., Ubeda, F., Fudenberg, D., Green, J., Pierce, N.E., Yu, D.W. 2011. Let the right one in: a microeconomic approach to partner choice in mutualisms. American Naturalist. 177: 75-85. Faculty of 1000 Exceptional Paper, f1000.com/10426957 

  26. Barke, J., Seipke, R.F., Yu, D.W., Hutchings, M.I. 2011. A mutualistic microbiome: How do fungus-growing ants select their antibiotic-producing bacteria? Invited addendum in Communicative & Integrative Biology 4: 1-3. 

  27. Weyl, E.G., Frederickson, M.E., Yu, D.W., Pierce, N.E. 2010. Economic contract theory tests models of mutualism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 107: 1571215716.Faculty of 1000 Must Read Paper, f1000biology.com/article/id/1282068 

  28. Barke, J., Seipke, R.F., Gruschow, S., Heavens, D., Drou, N., Bibb, M.J., Goss, R.J.M., Yu, D.W., Hutchings, M.I., 2010. A mixed community of actinomycetes produces multiple antibiotics for the fungus farming ant Acromyrmex octospinosus. BMC Biology 8: 109.  

  29. Kirkby, C., Giudice, R., Day, B., Turner, R.K., Velarde-Andrade, L.-M., Dueñas-Dueñas, A., Lara-Rivas, J.-C., Yu, D.W. 2010. The market triumph of ecotourism: An economic investigation of the private and social benefits of competing land uses in the Peruvian Amazon. PLoS ONE 5, e13015. 

  30. Yu, D.W., Levi, T., Shepard, G.H. 2010. Conservation in low-governance environments. Biotropica, 42: 569-571. 

  31. Bawa, K.S., Koh, L. P. Lee, T.M., Liu, J., Ramakrishnan, P.S., Yu, D.W. , Zhang, Y.-P., Raven, P.H. 2010. China, India, and the environment. Science, 327: 1457-1458.  

  32. Debout, G. D. G., Frederickson, M., Aron, S., Yu, D.W. 2010. Unexplained split sex ratios in the Neotropical symbiotic plant-ant, Allomerus octoarticulatus var. demerarae (Myrmicinae): a test of hypotheses. Evolution, 64: 126-141.  

  33. Kirkby, C., Giudice, R., Day, B., Turner, R.K., Soares-Filho, B.F., Oliveira-Rodrigues, H., Yu, D.W. 2010. Closing the ecotourism-conservation loop in Amazonian Peru. In The Theory and Practice of Ecosystem Service Valuation (eds. P. M. Kareiva, T. H. Ricketts, G. C. Daily, H. Tallis, & S. Polasky) Cambridge U. Press.  

  34. Kirkby, C. & D.W. Yu. 2010. Ecotourism case study. In Introduction to Tropical Rain Forest Ecology and Management (eds. J. Ghazoul & D. Sheil) Oxford U. Press.  

  35. Shepard, G.H., Rummenhoeller, K., Ohl-Schacherer, J., Yu, D.W. 2010. Trouble in Paradise: Indigenous populations, anthropological policies, and biodiversity conservation in Manu National Park, Peru. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 29: 252–301. 

  36. Abraão M.B., Shepard Jr, G.H., Nelson B.W., Baniwa J.C., Andrello G., Yu, D.W. 2010. Baniwa habitat classification in the white-sand campinarana habitat of the Northwest Amazon. pp. 83-115 in Landscape ethnoecology: concepts of biotic and physical space (eds. L. M. Johnson & E.S. Hunn) Berghahn Books (New York).  

  37. Yu, D.W. 2010. Managing the exploitation of wildlife in tropical forests. pp. 121-123 in Conservation Biology for All (eds. N. S. Sodhi & P. R. Ehrlich) Oxford U. Press. 

  38. Endo, W., Salas, E., Mori, S. Pacheco, V., Peres, C., Yu, D.W. 2010. Game vertebrate densities in hunted and nonhunted forest sites in Manu National Park, Peru. Biotropica ,42: 251-261.  

  39. Palminteri, S., G. Powell, W. Endo, C. Kirkby, D. W. Yu, and C. A. Peres. 2009. Usefulness of species range polygons in representing a primate community in southeastern Peru. American Journal of Primatology, 71: 1-9.  

  40. Wang, R.W., Ridley, J., Shi, L., Dunn, D.W., Cook, J.M., Zhang, Y.-P., Yu, D.W. 2009. Interference competition and high temperature reduce the virulence of fig wasps and stabilize a fig-wasp mutualism. PLoS One, 4: e7802. Faculty of 1000 Recommended Paper, f1000biology.com/article/id/1282068 

  41. Edwards, D.P., Frederickson, M.E., Shepard, G.H., Yu, D.W. 2009. ‘A plant needs ants like a dog needs fleas:’ Myrmelachista schumanni ants gall many tree species to create housing. American Naturalist, 174: 734-740.  

  42. Szilágyi, A., Scheuring, I., Orivel, J., Edwards, D.P., Yu, D.W. 2009. The evolution of intermediate castration virulence and ant coexistence in a spatially structured environment. Ecology Letters, 12: 1306-1316. Faculty of 1000 Recommended Paper, www.f1000biology.com/article/id/1968966 

  43. Levi, T., Shepard Jr., G.H., Ohl-Schacherer, J., Peres, C.A., Yu, D.W. 2009. Modeling the long-term sustainability of indigenous hunting in Manu National Park, Peru: Landscape-scale management implications for Amazonia. Journal of Applied Ecology ,46: 804-814.Selected by Journal of Applied Ecology as one of the twenty-one most influential papers on applied forest management and global change in the last five years, and one of four of the most influential papers on sustainable harvest 

  44. Fisher, B., K. Turner, M. Zylstra, R. Brouwer, R. de Groot, S. Farber, P. Ferraro, R. Green, D. Hadley, J. Harlow, P. Jefferiss, C. Kirkby, P. Morling, S. Mowatt, R. Naidoo, J. Paavola, B. Strassburg, D. Yu, and A. Balmford. 2008. Ecosystem services and economic theory: integration for policy-relevant research. Ecological Applications, 18: 2050-2067.Faculty of 1000 Must Read Paper, f1000.com/1163989 

  45. Edwards, D.P. and Yu, D.W. Tolerating castration by hiding flowers in plain sight. 2008. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 63: 95-102. 

  46. Abraão, M., Baniwa, J.C., Nelson, B.W., Andrello, G., Yu, D.W. & Shepard, G.H. 2008. Ethnobotanical Ground-Truthing of Baniwa Landscape Knowledge in the White-Sand Campinarana Forests of the Upper Rio Negro, Brazil. Journal of Biogeography, 35: 2237-2248. 

  47. Dunn, D., Yu, D.W., Ridley, J., Cook, J.M. 2008. Longevity, size and early emergence in a pollinating fig wasp – implications for the stability of the fig-pollinator mutualism. Journal of Animal Ecology, 77: 927-935. 

  48. Bush, A.A., Yu, D.W., Herberstein, M.E. 2008. Function of bright colouration in the Wasp Spider Argiope bruennichi (Araneae: Araneidae). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 275: 1337-1342. 

  49. Ohl-Schacherer, J., Mannigel, E., Kirkby, C., Shepard Jr., G.H., Yu, D.W. 2008. Indigenous ecotourism in the Amazon: A case study of ‘Casa Matsiguenka’ in Manu National Park, Peru. Environmental Conservation, 35: 14-25.  

  50. Dunn, D. W., S. T. Segar, J. Ridley, R. Chan, R. H. Crozier, D. W. Yu, and J. M. Cook. 2008. A role for parasites in stabilising the fig-pollinator mutualism. PLoS Biology, 6:490-496. 

  51. Yu, D.W., Proulx, S.M., Shepard, G.H. 2008. Masculinity, marriage and the paradox of the lek. pp. 88-107 in The Body Beautiful (eds. V. Swami & A. Furnham). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.  

  52. Ohl, J., Wezel, A., Shepard Jr., G.H., Yu, D.W. 2007. Swidden agriculture in a human-inhabited protected area: The Matsigenka native communities of Manu National Park, Peru. Environment, Development, and Sustainability, 10: 827-843. 

  53. Edwards, D.P., R. Arauco, M. Hassall, W. J. Sutherland, K. Chamberlain, L. J. Wadham, and D. W. Yu. 2007. Protection in an ant-plant mutualism: an adaptation or a sensory trap? Animal Behaviour, 74: 377-385. 

  54. Ohl-Schacherer, J., Shepard Jr., G.H., Kaplan, H., Peres, C.A., Levi, T., Yu, D.W. 2007. The sustainability of hunting by Matsigenka native communities in Manu National Park, Peru. Conservation Biology, 21: 1174-1185. 

  55. Edwards, D.P. & Yu, D.W. 2007. The roles of sensory traps in the origin, maintenance, and breakdown of mutualism. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 61:1321-1327. 

  56. Debout, G. D. G., Ventelon-Debout, G., Emerson, B. C. & Yu, D. W. 2007. PCR primers for polymorphic microsatellite loci in the plant-ant Azteca ulei var. cordiae (Formicidae: Dolichoderinae). Molecular Ecology Notes, 7: 607-609. 

  57. da Silva, M.N., Shepard Jr., G.H., Yu, D.W. 2005, appeared in 2007. Conservation implications of primate hunting practices among the Matsigenka of Manu National Park. Neotropical Primates, 13: 31-36.  

  58. Debout, G. D. G., Pereyra, R., Emerson, B. C. & Yu, D. W. 2006. Characterisation of polymorphic microsatellites in the castration parasite plant-ant Allomerus octoarticulatus cf. demerarae (Formicidae: Myrmicinae). Molecular Ecology Notes, 6: 182-184.  

  59. Edwards, D.P., Arauco, R., Hassall, M., Sutherland, W.J., Yu, D.W. 2006. Assembling a mutualism: ant symbionts locate their host plants by detecting volatile chemicals. Insectes Sociaux,, 53: 172-176. 

  60. Edwards, DP, M Hassall, WJ Sutherland and DW Yu 2006.. Selection for protection in ant-plant mutualism: host sanctions, host modularity, and the principal-agent game. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 273: 595-602. 

  61. Ridley, J, DW Yu and WJ Sutherland. 2005..Why long-lived species are more likely to be social: the role of local dominance. Behavioral Ecology, 16: 358-363. 

  62. Yu D.W., Wilson H.B., Frederickson M.E., Palomino W., De la Colina R., Edwards D.P. & Balareso A.A.. 2004. Experimental demonstration of species coexistence enabled by dispersal limitation. Journal of Animal Ecology 73, 1102-1114. (Faculty of 1000 Recommended Paper, f1000biology.com/article/id/1022217) 

  63. Yu, D. W., J. Ridley, E. Jousselin, E. A. Herre, S. G. Compton, J. M. Cook, J. C. Moore, G.D. Weiblen. 2004. Oviposition strategies, host coercion, and the stable exploitation of figs by wasps. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 271, 1185–1195. 

  64. Shepard, G.H., D.W. Yu, B. Nelson, M. Lizarralde & M. Italiano. 2004. Ethnobotanical Ground-Truthing and Forest Diversity in the Western Amazon. In Ethnobotany and conservation of biocultural diversity (eds. L. Maffi, T. Carlson and E. López-Zent). New York: New York Botanical Gardens (Advances in Economic Botany). 

  65. Peres, C.A., Baider, C., Zuidema, P.A., Wadt, L.H.O., Kainer, K.A., Gomes-Silva, D.A.P., Salomão, R.P., Simões, L.L., Franciosi, E.R.N., Cornejo, F., Gribel, R., Shepard, G.H., Kanashiro, M., Coventry, P., Yu, D.W., Watkinson, A.R., & Freckleton, R.P. 2003. Demographic threats to the sustainability of Brazil nut exploitation. Science, 302, 2112-2114. 

  66. Yu, D.W., W. J. Sutherland, and C. Clark. 2002. Trade versus environment. TREE, 17:341-344. 

  67. Yu, D. W., and J. Ridley. 2003. Geopolitics in a buttercup. TREE,18:163-165. 

  68. Shepard Jr., G. H., & D. W. Yu. 2001. Verificación etnobotánica de imágenes de satélite: La intersección de conocimientos tradicionales y cientifícos. Debate Agrario, 33: 19-24. 

  69. Yu, D. W., H. B. Wilson, N. E. Pierce. 2001. An empirical model of species coexistence in a spatially structured environment. Ecology, 82: 1761–1771..  

  70. Yu, D. W. & H. B. Wilson. 2001. The competition-colonization tradeoff is dead. Long live the competition-colonization tradeoff American Naturalist, 158: 49–63. 

  71. Yu, D. W. 2001. Parasites of mutualisms. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 72: 529–546. 

  72. Shepard Jr., G., D. W. Yu, M. Lizarralde, and M. Italiano. 2001. Rain forest habitat classification among the Matsigenka of the Peruvian Amazon. Journal of Ethnobiology, 21: 1-38.  

  73. Weiblen, G. D., D. W. Yu, and S. A. West. 2001. Pollination and parasitism in functionally dioecious figs. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 268: 651-659. 

  74. Plotkin, J.B., M.D. Potts, D.W. Yu, S. Bunyvejchewin, R. Condit, R. Foster, S. Hubbell, J. LaFrankie, N. Manokaran, L.H. Seng, R. Sukumar, M.A. Nowak & P.S. Ashton. 2000. Predicting species diversity in tropical forests. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 97: 10850-10854.  

  75.Yu, D.W. & G.H. Shepard. 1999. The mystery of female beauty: Reply. Nature, 399: 216.  

  76.Yu, D.W. & G.H. Shepard. 1998. Is beauty in the eye of the beholder?  Nature, 396: 321-322.  

  77.Yu, D.W., J.W. Terborgh & M.D. Potts. 1998. Can high tree species richness be explained by Hubbell's null model? Ecology Letters, 1: 193-199.  

  78.Yu, D. W., and N. E. Pierce. 1998. A castration parasite of an ant-plant mutualism. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 265: 375-382.  

  79. Shea, K., Amarasekare, P., Kareiva, P., Mangel, M., Moore, J., Murdoch, W. W., Noonburg, E., Parma, A. M., Pascual, M. A., Possingham, H. P., Wilcox, C. & Yu, D., 1998. Management of populations in conservation, harvesting and control. TREE, 13, 371-374.  

  80. Parma, A. M., Amarasekare, P., Mangel, M., Moore, J., Murdoch, W. W., Noonburg, E., Pascual, M. A., Possingham, H. P., Shea, K., Wilcox, C. & Yu, D. 1998. What can adaptive management do for our fish, forests, food, and biodiversity? Integrative Biology, 1: 6-26.  

  81. Yu, D. W. & D. Quicke. 1997. Compsobraconoides (Braconidae: Braconinae), the first Hymenopteran ectoparasitoid of adult Azteca ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Journal of Hymenoptera Research, 6: 419-421. 

  82. Yu, D. W., T. Hendrickson & A. Castillo. 1997. Ecotourism in Peru: short-term and long-term challenges. Environmental Conservation, 24: 130-138.  

  83. Yu, D.W. & D. W. Davidson. 1997. Experimental studies of species-specificity in Cecropia-ant relationships. Ecological Monographs, 67: 273-294.  

  84. Terborgh, J. W., L. Lopez, J. Tello, D. W. Yu & A. R. Bruni. 1997. Transitory states in relaxing ecosystems of land-bridge islands. Pp. 256-274 in Tropical Forest Remnants: Ecology, Management, and Conservation of Fragmented Communities. (W. F. Laurance and R. O. Bierregaard, Jr., Eds., University of Chicago Press, Chicago).  

  85. Yu, D. W. 1995. New factor in free trade: Reply to Jenkins. Conservation Biology, 10: 303-304. 

  86. Yu, D. W. 1994. Free trade is green. Protectionism is not. Conservation Biology, 8: 989-996. 

  87. Yu, D. W. 1994. The structural role of epiphytes in ant gardens. Biotropica, 26: 222-226.  

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