國立臺灣大學生態學與演化生物學研究所

Institute of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
National Taiwan University

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Chuan-Kai Ho, Associate Professor (何傳愷 副教授)


Title: Associate Professor

Education: PhD, Ecology and Evolution, University of Houston , USA

Interest: Trophic interactions and their geographic variations; The impact of climate change on trophic interactions; Applying ecology to conservation or agriculture

E-mail: ckho@ntu.edu.tw

Lab: Life Science Building R1214

Tel: +886-2-33662466

Lab Web:Plant-animal interactions and environmental change


Research Interests

Basic research in ecology: trophic interactions and their geographic variations.

Ecological applications: assessing the impact of climate change on trophic interactions; applying ecology to conservation or agriculture.


Lab Introduction: plant-animal interactions and environmental change

Welcome to Chuan-Kai Ho Lab! The lab focuses on plant-animal interactions and environmental change.

Aug 28, 2019: A postdoc position in the lab! Please check here https://sites.google.com/site/ckholab/home


Courses offered

EEB8001 博士班專題討論(合授)
EEB7001 碩士班專題討論(合授)
EEB5071 植物與動物的關係
EEB7005 生態學專題討論(二)
EEB5075 生態學專題討論(三)
EEB5060 生態學趨勢專題討論
LS1011 普通植物學
LS1019 普通植物學實驗
LS1006 普通生物學乙
LS1001 服務學習一
LS1002 服務學習二
LS4002 書報討論(二)
LS4999 學士論文

Publications

2019 Gen-Chang Hsu, Jia-Ang Ou, and Chuan-Kai Ho. 2019. Biocontrol efficacy of arthropod generalist predators increases with crop stage in organic and conventional farms. Under review.

2019 Chi-Ming Liu, Shao-Kuan Yan, and Chuan-Kai Ho. 2019. Temperature and CO2 interact to affect performance of herbivores from different altitudes. Under review.

2019 Chung-Huey Wu, Jeremy D. Holloway, Jane K. Hill, Chris D. Thomas, I-Ching Chen*, and Chuan-Kai Ho*. 2019. Reduced body sizes in climate-impacted Borneo moth assemblages are primarily explained by range shifts. Nature Communications 10: 4612.External Link *Corresponding author.

2018 Zheng-Hong Lin, Chung-Huey Wu, and Chuan-Kai Ho. 2018. Warming neutralizes host-specific competitive advantages between a native and invasive herbivore. Scientific Reports 8: 11130.

2017 Ying-JieWang, Takefumi Nakazawa, and Chuan-Kai Ho. 2017. Warming impact on herbivore population compositionaffects top-down control by predators. Scientific Reports 7: 941.

2014 Anna R. Armitage, Chuan-Kai Ho, Eric N. Madrid, Michael T. Bell, and Antonietta Quigg. 2014. The influence of habitat construction technique on the ecological characteristics of a restored brackish marsh. Ecological Engineering 62: 33-42.

2013 Chuan-Kai Ho and Steven C. Pennings. 2013. Preference and performance in plant-herbivore interactions across latitude – a study in U.S. Atlantic salt marshes. PLoS One 8(3): e59829.

2013 Chelse M. Prather, Shannon Pelini, Angela Laws, Emily Rivest, Megan Woltz, Christopher P. Bloch, Israel Del Toro, Chuan-Kai Ho, John Kominoski, T. A. Scott Newbold, Sheena Parsons, and A. Joern. 2013. Invertebrates, ecosystem services and climate change. Biological Reviews 88(2): 327-348.

2013 Anna R. Armitage, Chuan-Kai Ho, and Antonietta Quigg. 2013. The interactive effects of pulsed grazing disturbance and patch size vary among wetland arthropod guilds. PLoS One 8(10): e76672.

2012 Juan M. Jimenez, Kazik Wieski, Laurie B. Marczak, Chuan-Kai Ho, and Steven C. Pennings. 2012. Effects of an omnivorous katydid, salinity and nutrients on a planthopper-Spartina food web. Estuaries and Coasts 35: 475-485.

2011 Cara Valinoti*, Chuan-Kai Ho, and Anna Armitage. 2011. Native and exotic submerged aquatic vegetation provide different nutritional and refuge values for macroinvertebrates. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 409: 42-47. *Undergraduate student.

2011 Laurie B. Marczak, Chuan-Kai Ho, Kazik Wieski, Huy Vu, Robert F. Denno, and Steven C. Pennings. 2011. Latitudinal variation in top-down and bottom-up control of a salt marsh food web. Ecology 92:276–281.

2010 Chuan-Kai Ho, Steven C. Pennings, and Thomas H. Carefoot. 2010. Is diet quality an overlooked mechanism for Bergmann's rule? American Naturalist 175: 269-276. Press release by University of Chicago Press Journals; Press release by University of Houston; Broadcasted by Science Update (AAAS); Reported by Science Netlinks (AAAS), BBC Wildlife Magazine, ScienceDaily, LabSpaces, etc.

2009 Steven C. Pennings, Chuan-Kai Ho, Cristiano Salgado, Kazimierz Wieski, Nilam Dave, Amy Kunza, and Elizabeth L. Wason. 2009. Latitudinal variation in herbivore pressure in Atlantic Coast salt marshes. Ecology 90: 183-195.

2008 Chuan-Kai Ho and Steven C. Pennings. 2008. Consequences of omnivory for trophic interactions on a salt-marsh shrub. Ecology 89: 1714-1722.

2007 Steven C. Pennings, Martin Zimmer, Natália Dias, Martin Sprung, Nilam Davé, Chuan-Kai Ho, Amy Kunza, Caroline McFarlin, Malte Mews, Anett Pfauder, and Cristiano Salgado. 2007. Latitudinal variation in plant-herbivore interactions in European salt marshes. Oikos 116: 543-549.

2004 Carol E. Goranson, Chuan-Kai Ho, and Steven C. Pennings. 2004. Environmental gradients and herbivore feeding preferences in coastal salt marshes. Oecologia 140: 591-600.

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