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Cooper AW.  1981.  Above-ground biomass accumulation and net primary production during the first 70 years of succession in Populus grandidentata stands on poor sites in northern lower Michigan. Forest Succession: Concepts and Applications. :339-360.
Jurik TW, Briggs GM, Gates DM.  1988.  Aboveground biomass and production from 1938 to 1984 for four aspen plots in northern lower Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 27:43-54.
Vostral CB.  1996.  Abundance and distribution of coarse woody debris in 65 and 115 year old red pine (Pinus resinosa) plantations in upper lower Michigan (Unpublished report). :33pp..
VanCleave H.J.  1919.  Acanthocephala from fishes of Douglas Lake, Michigan. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan. 72:12pp..
VanCleave H.J.  1919.  Acanthocephala from the Illinois River, with descriptions of species and a synopsis of the family Neoechinorhynchidae. Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin. 13:221-257.
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Gorbman A, Creaser CW.  1942.  Accumulation of radio-active iodine by the endostyle of larval lampreys and the problems of homology of the thyroid. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 89(3):391-401.
Kilham P.  1982.  Acid precipitation: its role in the alkalization of a lake in Michigan. Limnology and Oceanography. 27:856-867.
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Kukor JJulius, Martin MM.  1983.  Acquisition of digestive enzymes by Siricid woodwasps from their fungal symbiont. Science. 220:1161-1163.
Voss EG, Crow GE.  1976.  Across Michigan by covered wagon: A botanical expedition in 1888. Michigan Botanist. 15:3-70.
Foster WL, Jr. JLTate.  1966.  The activities and coactions of animals at sapsucker trees. Living Bird. 5:87-113.
Pierce ME.  1942.  The activity of the melanophores of an amphibian, Rana clamitans, with special reference to the effect of injection of adrenalin in relation to body weight. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 89:283-295.
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Gates FC.  1911.  An addition to the description of Streptopus longipes Fernald. Rhodora. 13:237.
Jr. WOPruitt.  1954.  Additional animal remains from under Sleeping Bear Dune, Leelanau County, Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 39:253-256.
Miller NG, Vitt DH.  1970.  Additional bryophytes from sink-holes in Alpena County, Michigan, including Orthotrichum pallens new to eastern North America. Michigan Botanist. 9:87-94.
Welch PSmith, Eggleton FE.  1935.  Additional data on submerged depression individuality in Douglas Lake. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 20:737-750.
Voss EG.  1972.  Additional nomenclatural and other notes on Michigan Monocots and Gymnosperms. Michigan Botanist. 11:26-37.
Smith AH, Hesler L.R.  1954.  Additional North American Hygrophori. Sydowia. 8(1-6):304-333.
Schnell GD.  1967.  Additional notes on the birds of Wilderness State Park. Jack Pine Warbler. 45:66-67.
Hazlett BA.  1989.  Additional sources of disturbance pheromone affecting the crayfish Orconectes virilis. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 15:381-385.
Bigelow HE, Smith AH.  1966.  Additional species of Clitocybe from Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 5:218-226.
Voss EG.  1977.  Additions and corrections to the list of vascular plants from the Douglas Lake region, Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 16:126-141.
Gates FC, Ehlers JH.  1948.  Additions to an annotated list of the higher plants of the region of Douglas Lake, Michigan. III. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 32:27-46.
Gates FC, Ehlers JH.  1931.  Additions to an annotated list of the higher plants of the region of Douglas Lake, Michigan. II. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 13:67-88.
Gates FC, Ehlers JH.  1927.  Additions to an annotated list of the higher plants of the region of Douglas Lake, Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 8:111-120.
Taft CE.  1939.  Additions to the algae of Michigan. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 66:77-85.
Tordoff HB.  1966.  Additions to the birds of Michigan. Jack Pine Warbler. 44:2-7.
Crum HA.  1965.  Additions to the Douglas Lake bryoflora. Michigan Botanist. 4:26.
Hermann FJ.  1951.  Additions to the genus Carex in Michigan. The American Midlands Naturalist. 46:482-492.
Fortner HC, Metcalf Z.P.  1929.  Additions to the list of birds of the Douglas Lake region. The Wilson Bulletin. 41:249-250.
Jr. FKSparrow, Barr ME.  1955.  Additions to the phycomycete flora of the Douglas Lake region. I. New taxa and records. Mycologia. 47:546-556.
Paterson RA.  1956.  Additions to the phycomycete flora of the Douglas Lake region. II. New chytridiaceous fungi. Mycologia. 48:270-277.
Johns RM.  1956.  Additions to the phycomycete flora of the Douglas Lake region. III. A new species of Scherffeliomyces. Mycologia. 47:433-438.