Peer-reviewed papers
  • Edstam M., Blomqvist K., Eklöf A., Wennergren U., Edqvist J. (2013) Coexpression patterns indicate that GPI-anchored non-specific lipid transfer proteins are involved in accumulation of cuticular wax, suberin and sporopollenin. Plant Molecular Biology, doi:10.1007/s11103-013-0113-5. 
  • Eklöf A., Tang S & Allesina S. (2013) Secondary Extinctions in Food Webs: a Bayesian Network Approach. Accepted for publication in Methods in Ecology and Evolution.
  • Eklöf A., Jacob U., Kopp Jason., Bosch J., Castro-Urgal R., Chacoff N. P., Dalsgaard B., de Sassi C., Galetti M., Guimarães P. R., Lomáscolo S. B., Martín González A. M., Pizo M. A., Rader R., Rodrigo A., Tylianakis J. M., Vázquez D. P. & Allesina S. (2013), The dimensionality of ecological networks, Ecology Letters, doi: 10.1111/ele.12081. Published online.
  • Eklöf A., Kaneryd L. & Munger P. (2012) Climate change in metacommunities gives double sided effects on persistence. Philospohical Transactions B, 367: 2945-2954.
  • Eklöf A, Helmus M, Moore M & Allesina S. (2012) Relevance of evolutionary history for food web structure. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 279: 1588-1596. doi:10.1098/rspb.2011.2149.
  • Kaneryd L., Borrvall C., Berg S., Eklöf A., Hauzy C., Jonsson T., Curtsdotter A., Munger P., Setzer M., Säterberg T & Ebenman B. (2012) A two-sided effect of biodiversity on the stability of ecosystems in an increasingly variable environment. Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.1002/ece3.218.
  • Riede J.O., Brose U., Binzer A., de Castro F,. Curtsdotter A., Rall B.  &  Eklöf A. (2011) The role of body size dependent characteristics for food web robustness. Basic and Applied Ecology, 12: 581-589. 
  • Curtsdotter A., Binzer A., de Castro, F.,  Eklöf A., Rall B., Riede J. & Brose U. (2011) Robustness to secondary extinctions: Comparing trait-based sequential deletions in static and dynamic food webs. Basic and Applied Ecology, 12: 571-580.
  • Binzer A., Brose U., Curtsdotter A., Eklöf A., Rall B., Riede J. & de Castro, F. (2011) The susceptibility of species to extinctions in model communities, Basic and Applied Ecology, 12: 590-599.
  • Zook A., Eklöf A., Jacob U. & Allesina S. (2011) Food webs: ordering species according to body size yields high degree of intervality, Journal of             Theoretical Biology, 271: 106-113. 
  • Petchey O.L., Eklöf A., Borrvall C. & Ebenman B. (2008) Trophically Unique Species Are Vulnerable to Cascading Extinctions, American Naturalist, 171, 568-579.
  • Eklöf A. & Ebenman B. (2006) Species loss and secondary extinctions in simple and complex   model communities. Journal of Animal Ecology, 75, 239-246.

Book chapters

  • Eklöf A. & Allesina S. (2012). Ecological Networks in Encyclopedia of Theoretical Ecology, editors: A. Hastings and L. J. Gross, Berkeley.
  • Brose U., Pavao-Zuckerman M., Eklöf A., Bengtsson J., Berg M., Cousins S.H., Mulder C, Verhoef H.A. & Wolters V. (2005) Spatial Aspects of Food Webs in Dynamic Food Webs: Multispecies assemblages, ecosystem development, and environmental change, editors: P. C. de Ruiter, V. Wolters and J. C. Moore, Elsevier, Amsterdam.