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E. A. Bernays2001Neural limitations in phytophagous insects: Implications for diet breadth and evolution of host affiliation
E. A. Bernays1998Evolution of feeding behavior in insect herbivores - Success seen as different ways to eat without being eaten
E. A. Bernays1998Evolution of feeding behavior in insect herbivores: success seen as different ways to eat without being eaten
E. A. Bernays1998The value of being a resource specialist: Behavioral support for a neural hypothesis
E. A. Bernays1988Host specificity in phytophagous insects: selection pressure from generalist predators
E. A. Bernays, Angel, J. E., Augner, M.1997Foraging by a generalist grasshopper: The distance between food resources influences diet mixing and growth rate (Orthoptera: Acrididae)
E. A. Bernays, Bright, K. L., Gonzalez, N., Angel, J.SubmittedDietary mixing in a generalist herbivore: tests of two hypotheses
E. A. Bernays, Chapman R. F.1978Plant chemistry and acridoid feeding behavior
E. A. Bernays, Cornelius M. L.1989Generalist caterpillar prey are more palatable than specialists for the generalist predator Iridomyrmex humilis
E. A. Bernays, DeLuca C.1981Insect ant-fedant properties of an iridoid glycoside: ipolamiide
E. A. Bernays, Edgar, J. A., Rothschild, M.1977Pyrrolizidine alkaloids sequestered by the aposematic grasshopper, Zonocerus variegatus
E. A. Bernays, Graham M.1988On the evolution of host specificity in phytophagous arthropods
E. A. Bernays, Janzen D. H.1988Saturniid and sphingid caterpillars: two ways to eat leaves
E. A. Bernays, Oppenheim, S., Chapman, R. F., Kwon, H., Gould, F.2000Taste sensitivity of insect herbivores to deterrents is greater in specialists than in generalists: A behavioral test of the hypothesis with two closely related caterpillars
E. A. Bernays, Singer M.2002Contrasted foraging tactics in two species of polyphagous caterpillars
E. A. Bernays, Singer M. S.2005Taste alteration and endoparasites
E. A. Bernays, Woodhead S.1982Plant phenols utilized as nutrients by a phytophagous insect
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