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Differential effect of tannic acid on two tree-feeding Lepidoptera: implications for theories of plant anti-herbivore chemistry. Oecologia. 80:507-512.. 1989.
Predicting host range evolution: colonization of Coronilla varia by Colias philodice (Lepidoptera: Pieridae). Evolution. 44(6):1637-1647.. 1990.
Plant secondary chemistry and the evolution of feeding specialization in insect herbivores: a different perspective. Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships.. 1992.
Diapause dynamics and host plant utilization of Colias philodice, Colias interior and their hybrids (Lepidoptera: Pieridae). Great Lakes Entomologist. 27(2):79-88.. 1994.
The influence of Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers on local insect community structure. The Wilson Bulletin. 107(4):746-752.. 1995.
Variable performance of outbreak defoliators on aspen clones exposed to elevated CO2 and O3. Proceedings of the 1995 Meeting of the Northern Global Change Program. USDA General Technical Report NE-214:1-14.. 1995.
Effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide on the growth and linear furanocoumarin content of celery. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 45:3642-3646.. 1997.
Species-specific response of glucosinolate content to elevated atmospheric CO2. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 23(11):2569-2582.. 1997.
C3 grasses have higher nutritional quality than C4 grasses under ambient and elevated atmospheric CO2. Global Change Biology. 10:1565-1575.. 2004.
Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on the nutritional ecology of C3 and C4 grass-feeding caterpillars. Oecologia. 140:86-95.. 2004.
Effect of the cardenolide digitoxin on performance of gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) caterpillars. Great Lakes Entomologist. 39:34-39.. 2006.
Effects of Climate Change on Terrestrial Communities. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :188-195.. 2010.
Elevated CO2 increases constitutive phenolics and trichomes, but decreases inducibility of phenolics in Brassica rapa (Brassicaceae). Journal of Chemical Ecology. 37(12):1332-1340.. 2011.
Performance of the legume-feeding herbivore, Colias philodice (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) is not Affected by Elevated CO2. Arthropod-Plant Interactions. 5(2):107-114.. 2011.