AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
P. A. Abrams, Holt, R. D., Roth, J. D.1998Apparent competition or apparent mutualism? Shared predation when populations cycle
Y. Ayal1998Arthropod communities in deserts are top-down controlled: An example from the Central Negev, Israel
A. A. Agrawal, Rutter M. T.1998Dynamic anti-herbivore defense in ant-plants: the role of induced responses
J. A. Barone1998Effects of light availability and rainfall on leaf production in a moist tropical forest in central Panama
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
J. A. Barone1998Host-specificity of folivorous insects in a moist tropical forest
G. H. Adler1998Impacts of resource abundance on populations of a tropical forest rodent
A. A. Agrawal1998Induced responses to herbivory and increased plant performance
I. T. Baldwin1998Jasmonate-induced responses are costly but benefit plants under attack in native populations
A. A. Agrawal1998Leaf damage and associated cues induce aggressive ant recruitment in a neotropical ant-plant
A. Bendicho-Lopez1998New distributional and foodplant records for twenty Cuban moths
Anonymous1998No-new-neurons dogma loses ground
R. C. Berberet, Bisges A. D.1998Potential for competition among natural enemies of larvae of Hypera postica (Coleoptera : Curculionidae) in the southern plains
J. F. Addicott1998Regulation of mutualism between yuccas and yucca moths: population level processes
W. S. Armbruster, Baldwin B. G.1998Switch from specialized to generalized pollination
E. A. Bernays1998The value of being a resource specialist: Behavioral support for a neural hypothesis
R. D. Alward, Detling, J. K., Milchunas, D. G.1999Grassland vegetation changes and nocturnal global warming
J. X. Becerra1999Historical correlations of defenses and counterdefenses in an ancient plant-insect interaction
A. A. Agrawal, Dubin-Thaler B. J.1999Induced responses to herbivory in the Neotropical ant-plant association between Azteca ants and Cecropia trees: response of ants to potential inducing cues
J. X. Becerra, Venable D. L.1999Macroevolution of insect-plant associations: The relevance of host biogeography to host affiliation
J. R. Beggs, Rees J. S.1999Restructuring of Lepidoptera communities by introduced Vespula wasps in a New Zealand beech forest
A. A. Agrawal, Laforsch, C., Tollrian, R.1999Transgenerational induction of defences in animals and plants
E. A. Abourashed, Toyang, N. J., Choinski, J., Khan, I. A.1999Two new flavone glyosides from Paullinia pinnata
L. S. Akhov, Musienko, M. M., Oleszek, W., Shakun, M.2000The activity of deltoside saponin from Allium nutants L. in model system
M. P. Ayres, Lombardero M. J.2000Assessing the consequences of global change for forest disturbance from herbivores and pathogens
M. M. Adel, Sehnal F.2000Azadirachtin potentiates the action of ecdysteroid agonist RH-2485 in Spodoptera littoralis
S. Ali, Goundar, R., Sotheeswaran, S., Beaulieu, C., Spino, C.2000Benzophenones of Garcinia pseudoguttifera (Clusiaceae)
J. A. Barone2000Comparison of herbivores and herbivory in the canopy and understory for two tropical tree species
J. A. Barone2000Comparison of herbivores and herbivory in the canopy and understory for two tropical tree species
M. M. Adel, Sehnal, F., Jurzysta, M.2000Effects of alfalfa saponins on the moth Spodoptera littoralis
T. M. Arnold, Targett N. M.2000Evidence for metabolic turnover of polyphenolics in tropical brown algae
A. D. Antunes, da Silva, B. P., Parente, J. P.2000Flavonol glycosides from leaves of Costus spiralis
J. A. Barone2000Herbivory and pathogen damage in a wet and a dry tropical forest: a test of the pest-rainfall hypothesis
A. A. Agrawal2000Host-range evolution: adaptations and trade-offs in fitness of mites on alternative hosts
A. A. Agrawal, Karban, R., Colfer, R. G.2000How leaf domatia and induced plant resistance affect herbivores, natural enemies and plant performance
A. A. Agrawal, Karban, R., Colfer, R. G.2000How leaf domatia and induced plant resistance affect herbivores, natural enemies and plant performance
P. Barbosa, Segarra, A., Gross, P.2000Structure of two macrolepidopteran assemblages on Salix nigra (Marsh) and Acer negundo L.: abundance, diversity, richness, and persistence of scarce species
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
P. Barbosa, Segarra, A. E., Gross, P., Caldas, A., Ahlstrom, K., Carlson, R. W., Ferguson, D. C., Grissell, E. E., Hodges, R. W., Marsh, P. M., Poole, R. W., Schauff, M. E., Shaw, S. R., Whitfield, J. B., Woodley, N. E.2001Differential parasitism of macrolepidopteran herbivores on two deciduous tree species
J. Bascompte, Rodriguez M. A.2001Habitat patchiness and plant species richness
J. X. Becerra, Venable, D. L., Evans, P. H., Bowers, W. S.2001Interactions between chemical and mechanical defenses in the plant genus Bursera and their implications for herbivores
E. A. Bernays2001Neural limitations in phytophagous insects: Implications for diet breadth and evolution of host affiliation
P. A. Aigner2001Optimality modeling and fitness trade-offs: when should plants become pollinator specialists?
J. A. Andresen, Alagarswamy, G., Rotz, C. A., Ritchie, J. T., LeBaron, A. W.2001Weather impacts on maize, soybean, and alfalfa production in the Great Lakes region, 1895-1996
H. F. Greeney, Gerardo N.2001Descriptions of the immature stages and oviposition behavior of Pyrrhogyra otolais (Nymphalidae)
E. A. Bernays, Singer M.2002Contrasted foraging tactics in two species of polyphagous caterpillars
A. A. Agrawal, Conner, J. K., Johnson, M. T. J., Wallsgrove, R.2002Ecological genetics of an induced plant defense against herbivores: Additive genetic variance and costs of phenotypic plasticity
D. C. Andersen, Nelson S. M.2002Effects of cottonwood leaf beetle Chrysomela scripta (Coleoptera : Chrysomelidae) on survival and growth of Fremont cottonwood (Populus fremontii) in northwest Colorado
N. E. Beckage, Foreman, R. C., Palmatier, C. M., Tan, F. F.2002Inhibition of the larval ecdysis and emergence behavior of the parasitoid Cotesia congregata by methoprene


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