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Irakli Loladze
Irakli Loladze
Assoc Professor, Bryan College of Health Sci; Visiting Faculty, Arizona State Univ
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Rising atmospheric CO2 and human nutrition: toward globally imbalanced plant stoichiometry?
I Loladze
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 17 (10), 457-461, 2002
4832002
Carbon dioxide (CO2) levels this century will alter the protein, micronutrients, and vitamin content of rice grains with potential health consequences for the poorest …
C Zhu, K Kobayashi, I Loladze, J Zhu, Q Jiang, X Xu, G Liu, S Seneweera, ...
Science advances 4 (5), eaaq1012, 2018
4562018
Hidden shift of the ionome of plants exposed to elevated CO2 depletes minerals at the base of human nutrition
I Loladze
elife 3, e02245, 2014
4552014
Stoichiometry in producer-grazer systems: linking energy flow with element cycling
I Loladze, Y Kuang, JJ Elser
Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 62 (6), 1137-1162, 2000
2922000
The origins of the Redfield nitrogen‐to‐phosphorus ratio are in a homoeostatic protein‐to‐rRNA ratio
I Loladze, JJ Elser
Ecology letters, 2011
2332011
Competition and stoichiometry: coexistence of two predators on one prey
I Loladze, Y Kuang, JJ Elser, WF Fagan
Theoretical population biology 65 (1), 1-15, 2004
160*2004
Rising atmospheric CO2 is reducing the protein concentration of a floral pollen source essential for North American bees
LH Ziska, JS Pettis, J Edwards, JE Hancock, MB Tomecek, A Clark, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1828), 20160414, 2016
1372016
Ch. 7: Food safety, nutrition, and distribution
L Ziska, A Crimmins, A Auclair, S DeGrasse, JF Garofalo, AS Khan, ...
The impacts of climate change on human health in the United States: a …, 2016
802016
Climate Change, Crop Yields, and Grain Quality of C3 Cereals: A Meta-Analysis of [CO2], Temperature, and Drought Effects
S Ben Mariem, D Soba, B Zhou, I Loladze, F Morales, I Aranjuelo
Plants 10 (6), 1052, 2021
752021
Down‐regulation of tissue N:P ratios in terrestrial plants by elevated CO2
Q Deng, D Hui, Y Luo, J Elser, YP Wang, I Loladze, Q Zhang, S Dennis
Ecology 96 (12), 3354-3362, 2015
682015
Dynamics of a mechanistically derived stoichiometric producer-grazer model
H Wang, Y Kuang, I Loladze
Journal of Biological Dynamics 2 (3), 286-296, 2008
672008
Biodiversity, habitat area, resource growth rate and interference competition
Y Kuang, WF Fagan, I Loladze
Bulletin of mathematical biology 65 (3), 497-518, 2003
642003
Elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations and climate change will affect our food's quality and quantity
KL Ebi, I Loladze
The Lancet Planetary Health 3 (7), e283-e284, 2019
602019
Lotka re-loaded: Modeling trophic interactions under stoichiometric constraints
JJ Elser, I Loladze, AL Peace, Y Kuang
Ecological Modelling 245, 3-11, 2012
592012
Rising Atmospheric CO2 Lowers Concentrations of Plant Carotenoids Essential to Human Health: A Meta‐Analysis
I Loladze, JM Nolan, LH Ziska, AR Knobbe
Molecular nutrition & food research 63 (15), 1801047, 2019
482019
Nutritional quality of crops in a high CO2 world: an agenda for research and technology development
KL Ebi, CL Anderson, JJ Hess, SH Kim, I Loladze, RB Neumann, D Singh, ...
Environmental Research Letters 16 (6), 064045, 2021
462021
A stoichiometric producer-grazer model incorporating the effects of excess food-nutrient content on consumer dynamics
A Peace, Y Zhao, I Loladze, JJ Elser, Y Kuang
Mathematical Biosciences 244 (2), 107-115, 2013
412013
Revisiting the growth rate hypothesis: Towards a holistic stoichiometric understanding of growth
J Isanta‐Navarro, C Prater, LM Peoples, I Loladze, T Phan, PD Jeyasingh, ...
Ecology letters 25 (10), 2324-2339, 2022
282022
Competitive coexistence in stoichiometric chaos
B Deng, I Loladze
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 17 (3), 2007
252007
Dynamics of a stoichiometric discrete producer-grazer model
M Fan, I Loladze, Y Kuang, JJ Elser
Journal of Difference Equations and Applications 11 (4-5), 347-364, 2005
252005
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