Chapters in collective volumes:

Diez, J.M., Giladi, I. 2011. Scale-dependence of habitat sources and sinks. In J. Liu, V. Hull, A. Morzillo, and J. Wiens, Sources, sinks, and sustainability across landscapes, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.


Papers in peer-reviewed journals:

  1. Giladi, I.; Goldstein, D.L.; Pinshow B.; Gerstberger R. 1997. Renal function and plasma levels of arginine vasotocin during free flight in pigeons. Journal of Experimental Biology. 200:24:3203-3211.
  2. Giladi, I.; Pinshow, B. 1999. Evaporative and excretory water loss during free flight in pigeons. Journal of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical systemic and Environmental Physiology, 169:4-5: 311-318.
  3. Giladi, I. 2006. Choosing benefits or partners: a review of the evidence for the evolution of myrmecochory. Oikos. 112:481-492
  4. Giladi, I; Segoli, M.; Ungar, E.D. 2007. The effect of shrubs on the seed rain of annuals in a semiarid landscape. Israeli Journal of Plant Sciences. 55:83-92.
  5. Avgar, T., Giladi, I., Nathan, R. 2008. Linking traits of foraging animals to spatial patterns of plants: Social and solitary ants generate opposing patterns of surviving seeds. Ecology Letters. 11:224-234.
  6. Smith, C.A.; Giladi I.; Lee, Y.S.. 2009. A reanalysis of competing hypotheses for the spread of the California sea otter. Ecology. 90(9):2503-2512.
  7. Gillor, O.; Giladi, I.; Riley, M.A.. 2009 Persistence of colicinogenic Escherichia coli in the mouse gastrointestinal tract. BMC Microbiology. 9:165.
  8. Ness, J.H., Morin, D.F., Giladi, I.. 2009. Uncommon specialization in a mutualism between temperate herbaceous plant guild and an ant: Are Aphaenogaster ants keystone mutualists? Oikos. 118:1793-1804.
  9. Warren, R.J. II, Giladi, I, Bradford, M.A. 2010. Ant-mediated seed dispersal does not facilitate niche expansion. Journal of Ecology. 98:1178-1185.
  10. Giladi I., Ziv Y., May F. and F. Jeltsch. 2011. Scale-dependent determinants of plant species richness in a semiarid fragmented agroecosystem. Journal of Vegetation Science. 22:983-996.
  11. May, F., Giladi, I. Ziv, Y. and F. Jeltsch. 2012. Dispersal and diversity – unifying scale-dependent relationships within the neutral theory. Oikos. 121:942-951.
  12. Canner, J.E., Dunn,R.R. Giladi, I., Gross. K. 2012. Cryptic seed movement by a keystone ant augments dispersal of common wildflowers. Acta Oecologica. 40:31-39.
  13. Segoli, M., Ungar, E.D., Giladi, I., Arnon, A. and M. Shachak. 2012. Untangling the positive and negative effects of shrubs on herbaceous vegetation in drylands. Landscape Ecology. 27:899-910.
  14. Warren, R.J. II, Giladi, I, Bradford, M.A. 2012. Niche segregation between seed-dispersing ants mediates plant facilitation. Environmental Entomology. 41:463-468.
  15. May, F., Giladi, I., Ristow, M., Ziv, Y. and F. Jeltsch. 2013. Metacommunity, mainland-island system or island communities? – Assessing the regional dynamics of plant communities in a fragmented landscape. Ecography. 36:842-853.
  16. Giladi, I; Segoli, M.; Ungar, E.D. 2013. Shrubs and herbaceous seed flow in a semiarid landscape: dual functioning as trap and barrier. Journal of Ecology. 101:97-106.
  17. Rotem, G., Ziv, Y., Giladi I.  and A. Bouskila. 2013. Wheat fields as an ecological trap for reptiles in a semiarid agroecosystem. Biological Conservation. 167:349-353.
  18. Rotem, G. Bouskila, A., Ziv, Y. and Giladi I.  2013.  Can natural patches in agricultural landscapes serve as stepping stones?  Ecology and Environment (in Hebrew). 4(1):73-78
  19. May, F., Giladi, I., Ristow, M., Ziv, Y. and F. Jeltsch. 2013.  Plant functional trait respond to interacting gradients of precipitation and habitat fragmentation. Early view.  Perspectives in plant Population, Ecology, Evolution and Systematics. 
  20. Giladi I., Ziv Y., May F., Ristow, M., and F. Jeltsch. 2014. Scale-dependent species-area and species-isolation relationships – a review and a test study from a fragmented semi-arid agroecosystem. Journal of Biogeography. 41:1055-1069.
  21. Diez, J.M., Giladi I., Warren, R.W. and H.R. Pulliam. 2014. Probabilistic and spatially variable niches inferred from demography. Journal of Ecology. 102:544-554.
  22. Warren, R.J. II, Giladi, I, Bradford, M.A. 2014. Competition as a mechanims structuring mutualisms. Journal of Ecology. 102:486-495.
  23. Warren, R.J. II and Giladi, I. 2014. Ant-mediated seed dispersal: a few ants benefit many plants with little reciprocal gain.  Myremecological News. 20:129-140.