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Watercress and amphipods: potential chemical defense in a spring stream macrophyte. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 16:245-259.. 1990.
Watercress allelochemical defends high-nitrogen foliage against consumption: effects on freshwater invertebrate herbivores. Ecology. 77(8):2312-2323.. 1996.
Snail reaction to watercress leaf tissues: reinterpretation of a mutualistic 'alarm' hypothesis. Freshwater Biology. 40:201-213.. 1998.
Potential chemical defense of stream macrophytes (watercress and Gammarus). Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 69(2, Suppl.):245(Abstr.. 1988.
Degree of taste discrimination among suspension-feeding cladocerans and copepods: implications for detritivory and herbivory. Limnology and Oceanography. 36(6):1107-1123.. 1991.
Role of endogenous (chemical) defenses in plant-herbivore interactions. 22nd Annual Meeting of the Aquatic Plant Control Research Program. Miscellaneous Paper A-88-5:31-47.. 1988.
Glucosinolates and phenolics in aquatic macrophytes: implications for allelopathy studies and suggested practical uses for metabolic blocking agents. Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Aquatic Plant Control Resource Program. Miscellaneous Paper A-89-1(178-189). 1989.